The dogwood committee has met. One suggestion coming forth is to ask all neighbors on the dogwood trail to plant pink tulips at their mailboxes.
We would like some feed back.
Yes or no.
Please email me, Ann Graf email@example.com
Thanks for the outpouring of concern for our ailing foxes. If you have seen a fox in the last couple of weeks, text Mary Cartwright at (865)406-4111. Fox Force has volunteers, we have meds, but our fox population appears to have pretty much disappeared. We need help locating any remaining foxes. Please text the location of your fox and we’ll do our best to save it!
Our neighborhood foxes need your help. They are dying of the mange, and it’s a horrible painful death. If you have foxes in your yard or know where some are, you’re eligible for the neighborhood Fox Force. We’re a handful of concerned neighbors who want to ensure we have healthy foxes with frolicking kits next spring.
The treatment is straightforward. You put a small piece of food (meatball, boiled egg, wad of pet food, whatever seems foxworthy) out for your fox daily. After, your fox is taking the bait; you inject a bait ball with liquid Invermectin (we provide a loaded syringe). Keep baiting for a week, and then dose another bait ball. Repeat. So you’ll need to commit to about a month of fox baiting, that’s it.
If you have an ailing fox and are willing to save it, text Mary Cartwright at (865) 406-4111.
Dear Lakemoor Hills neighbors,
It is time once again for our annual membership drive for the Lakemoor Hills Homeowner’s Association. Your $40 membership dues and participation are vital to the many benefits that our association brings to the neighborhood.
Each household will receive a renewal letter in the mail, but you are welcome to use this link to renew online. You can also renew online by going to our website https://lakemoor.org and selecting the HOA Dues and Renewal button at the top, left corner of the screen.
Also in the mailing is information about the Lakemoor Hills Resource Council, our 501 (c)3. Through this organization we have been able to accomplish a number of projects in the neighborhood such as resurfacing the tennis courts, the development of Lakemoor Legacy Park & Garden as well as others. Please read their information and consider a donation to help fund future projects.
We currently have a membership meeting scheduled for 7 PM on September 21 at Lake Hills Church. It will be great to see our neighbors again! Stay tuned for any updates.
Our neighbor, Trevor, will be here just in time for July 4th (who wants to stand over a hot grill???)!
Details to come, but plan to come by to pick up some great brisket, pulled pork, smoked turkey, ribs and sides!
Thank you to everyone who submitted recipes for the “Recipes from the Quiet Side of the River” Cookbook. The cookbooks are in and they look FANTASTIC!
Not only are there more than 200 recipes from you and your neighbors, but there is a history of Lakemoor Hills and several color photos from our neighborhood.
Each book is $20, with proceeds going to the Lakemoor Hills Resource Council and will be used to fund projects to beautify and improve our neighborhood.
We will have a table set up in Circle Lake Park this Sunday (May 30) from 1 – 4 PM. Stop by and pick up a book for yourself (and friends & family – Christmas is only 6 months away)!
If you have any questions, please contact Laura Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lakemoor is beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Lights are being hung on the homes throughout our peninsula and our community tree is decorated.
The Beautification Committee’s secret panel of judges is excited to cruise the neighborhood selecting the properties they feel represent the Holiday Spirit in Lakemoor. Three Holiday Spirit Awards will be awarded (homes that have won within the last three years are ineligible). Judging will be Sunday & Monday Dec 13 & 14 so be sure your lights will be on. Results will be posted Tue Dec 15th and yards signs placed.
NEW this year….you too will be able to vote in our new award category…NEIGHBORS’ CHOICE AWARD. You will have three votes to cast for homes you feel display the spirit of Christmas in Lakemoor. The three homes receiving the most votes will have a festive lawn sign (shown below) placed in the front of their Christmas Palace. All residence are eligible to vote – you don’t have to be a member of the Lakemoor Homeowners Association. Also all Lakemoor homes are on the ballot. To vote you must have a Lakemoor address and a valid e-mail address. Voting opened Dec 7th and will close Sunday Dec 13th at midnight. This gives you all this week and weekend to tour the neighborhood enjoying the lights and determining your choices. To vote Click the link below.
Lastly, if you aren’t a member of the Lakemoor Homeowners Association we encourage you to join and help support the wonderful neighborhood events like this! (see link below on membership)