From the President:
There is another proposal regarding Whitlock that the
Board believes deserves the attention of our residents. This involves
widening Whitlock to four lanes from the high school to the intersection of
Kirkpatrick. It is not apparent that this by itself will provide traffic
relief. Our councilman, Griff Chalfant, thinks this is another step towards the
widening of Whitlock to the loop or a tie in to a connector through
David Waldrep hit the ground running in August as our new property manager regarding the enforcement of architectural controls and community guidelines, and it is already beginning to show in the positive appearance of the neighborhood. We all need to be mindful that the substantial amount of rain received in the last week will result in the need for more frequent mowing, edging, pruning and the cleaning of mildew from mailbox posts. Thanks for your cooperation.
The Leisure Ladies group had their annual ice cream social last week. I understand they served nearly 70 members and guests with homemade ice cream and other deserts. It was really a treat (no pun intended).
I hope you have noticed the recent freshening of the front entrance. Genesis provided a substantial cutback of the bushes surrounding the fencing and columns and Ocampo Painting pressure washed and painted the fence. The City is going to pave Lee’s Trace soon and we are going to replace the broken up, decorative concrete with a twelve foot deep crossing of red pavers. We will try to alert you to the schedule regarding paving in advance.
Another pool season is about to end and our neighborhood guards have returned to school (some to college and some to high school). We have been forced to use out of neighborhood guards during the last few weeks and schedules have sometimes fallen by the wayside. We apologize for any inconvenience, but hope you have enjoyed the facilities nonetheless.
LABOR DAY POOL PARTY
MONDAY, September 1st
Poolside from to
Come enjoy the music, your neighbors and the free hotdogs, hamburgers, beer and soda from your neighborhood Social Committee.
I wouldn’t be surprised if a volleyball game gets under way. Newcomers are always welcome.
There will also be a mixed doubles tennis mixer that morning from to . The first 12 men and 12 women who sign up will play (must be 18 or older). Contact Gordon Pfeiffer at 770-883-3604 (or email@example.com) as soon as possible to reserve your spot.
Volunteer servers or grillers, please call David or Catherine Hettrich at 770-425-0290
Around the Neighborhood
Moms and Dads... be sure to check the lost and found area at the swimming pool for shoes, shirts, towels, etc. At the end of the year, all items not claimed will be donated to a local charity.
For those of you who park at "the hill" to pick up your children from Burruss, for the safety of all of our kids, please back into your parking space.
Be sure to book the clubhouse early for any events you are planning! Call Debbie Kelleher at 678 354 7042
New Neighborhood Directories
The Homes Association will be producing a new neighborhood directory this fall, which will be distributed to everyone in mid-October. By now you should have received an "information sheet" in your mailbox which shows what information we have for your home. The sheet has instructions on how to report any changes you might have. There are several ways, but the easiest is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Use that address to let us know if you didn't get your sheet as well. Please have all changes reported by October 1st. Thank you.
Greg Amaden Lee’s Trace 770-429-9264
Angela G. Ford Lee’s Trace 678-234-7430
David Hardy Harrowgrove Court 770-427-6319
Angelia Trevathan Basil Court 770-528-9052
If you are a Notary and are willing to help out your neighbors, please send your name and phone number to email@example.com.
*American Red Cross Certified *Experience with young family members *Babysitter or Mother's Helper. Call Katherine Wagner at 770-426-8338 for details
48" Craftsman Yard Sweeper only used 3 or 4 times. $50.00.
Call Mickey McCleaster at 770-429-8386
Dogloo $50. Mike Mullins at 770.423.1635 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Frigidaire smooth top electric range. Approximately 3 years old. Black, works well and is in good shape. Has self cleaning and timed bake features. We just want to switch to gas. $250 Call Carl or Angelia at 770-528-9052
With the school year well underway, I just wanted to again offer tutoring for reinforcement, review, re-teaching, test-prep, study skill, homework, etc......I can be available after school, evenings (during the day for home-schoolers), and some weekends. Please call Barb at 770-423-1895
Sally Foster Products Available
It’s Sally Foster time again! If you no longer have children at home but wish to make a purchase, please contact Beth Garrett. I am the Sally Foster fundraiser chairperson at A.L. Burruss and would be happy to help you place an order. 770-425-8970 or email@example.com
Home for Sale
We are considering a move back home and thought that we would let Lee's Crossing Residents know first.....if you have friends or family that you would enjoy having live nearby, please call us or have them call Bill or Barb at 770-423-1895.
Queen Size Water Bed. Complete bed frame and bladder. Good working order. $100 OBO. Call Paul or Amy 770-427-7226.
Enrichment Tutoring Teacher Available
Is your child getting "Left Behind" at the expense of others just trying to catch up? Does your child need more? Homeschoolers, Identified Gifted learners, or Regular Ed students- I can help identify and develop your academic talents!
I am a certified, Gifted and Talented Endorsed K-8 highly experienced teacher offering enrichment tutoring to any K-8 student that needs more. I teach creative and critical thinking skills and enrichment study units to help your student find the love of learning that they once had. I use their strengths as a learner to build up their weaknesses. I help them go above and beyond not to just get by!
group rates available from $50 per hour.
Private sessions from $75 per hour, Call Brandey
Large contemporary styled glass coffee table with two matching side tables. Each table sits on a brass base. All tables in good shape, but not ideal for little kids. $75 or best offer. If interested, please call Anne at 770.722.8826 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: When submitting classified ads, please make sure to submit contact information as well as how long you would like for the classified to run (i.e., one issue, two issues, etc.). Thanks.
Calendar of Events
Around the Neighborhood and Around Town
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9/4, 18,25 12:00 – 1:00 Brown Bag Concert Series
9/7 7:00am – 9:00 pm Festival of Music –
9/8 8:30 – 4:30 Adult Basketball Registration (teams only)
9/13 6:00pm – 9:00 pm Festival of Life –
9/20 11:30am – 1:00pm Family Fishing & Fun – Laurel Park
9/26 8:00pm – 10:00 pm
9/27 11:00am – 3:00 pm
Lil Lambs Closet Consignment Sale: First United Methodist Church of Marietta is
gearing up for their 34th semi-annual Fall Consignment Sale at 56 Whitlock
Avenue in Marietta.
Neighborhood Business Spotlight
If you would like to tell your neighbors about your business, please send us a BRIEF paragraph giving pertinent information about your company along with contact information. Submissions will printed first come – first serve each month, based on space. Competitors will not be published in the same month. Send your information to email@example.com. Note: Please keep descriptions to one SHORT paragraph in WORD format. Do not send brochures, flyers or pictures as they will not be published.
Capitol One Exterior Pressure Cleaning provides excellent exterior house cleaning along with thorough interior Air Duct Cleaning using the RotoBrush Vacuum System. We also provide deck cleaning and staining, concrete restoration and sealing. To schedule an appointment, or if you just have questions, call your neighbor Finnis Jones at 770-617-2463.
If you would like to recommend a business, please send a SHORT testimonial. Remember to include contact information.
Sandy Shuler would like to recommend our Lee’s Crossing neighbor Steve Arrants for ANY home improvements or upgrades you may have. Steve is a professional builder with 35 years experience in all areas. He can help you with projects such as Home Painting, Tile Work, Kitchen Updating, Bath Remodeling, Additions, Landscaping and Grading. His work is the best and reasonably priced. He may be reached at 770-616-2703 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
From Phyllis Hayes – “I have worked with Diane Tatum of Keller Williams Signature Partners Realty on many transactions through the years and find that she will always exceed your expectations! She lived in Lees Crossing for over 19 years and continually has a passion for our community and understands how truly special our beautiful subdivision is! She is driven to be the best for you as a client and always has your best interest in mind. I would recommend her to sell your home here, as well as find you your next home too! She is a successful negotiator and I would feel confident that she will help you with all of your needs! Contact information is
www.dianetatum.net or o) 678-640-1740 c) 678-640-4758.”
Barb Schlundt highly recommends Tony Kabchef for your PC Maintenance and Repair -( software, hardware, network, spyware). “ We felt he was very fair explaining work done and sharing tips to avoid future problems.” He can be reached at 770-426-7208 or e-mail: email@example.com.
To receive newsletter by e-mail: send request to firstname.lastname@example.org
For on-line edition, go to www.leescrossingmariettaga.com
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS for the October Newsletter is September 28. Any submissions after this date cannot be guaranteed inclusion.
Newsletter Editor: Angelia Trevathan: e-mail to: email@example.com Phone: 770-528-9052
The LCHA Newsletter and Website are published and maintained for the benefit of Lee’s Crossing homeowners. The purpose of the Newsletter and the Website is to promote Lee’s Crossing and to provide our homeowners with information regarding Lee’s Crossing activities and related issues. The homeowners have entrusted the LCHA Board of Directors with the obligation and right to ensure content conforms to this purpose. As such, articles or advertising endorsing political positions or candidates or other subject matter the Board deems to be divisive, offensive or inappropriate in nature will not be published or posted. All appropriate content is welcomed and encouraged as a means of furthering awareness and communication within our neighborhood.
Mailbox Repair: If you need a new post call Bob Schoonover at 770-422-8774. New number placards or paint may be obtained by calling Tom McBrayer at 770-427-8057.
Clubhouse Rental: Debbie Kelleher 678-354-7042
Walt Walker, President 770-428-4755 Jim Martin, Vice-President 770-420-3484
Steve Young, Secretary 770-423-0905 Erroll Eckford, ACC Chair 770-421-9738
380 Baskin Drive 656 Trailwood Lane
Kevin Brown, Director – Social Activities Noel Follrath, Treasurer 770-423-0623
770-528-9052 David Waldrep
Board Email: firstname.lastname@example.org