The LHHA May Homeowners meeting will be held on WebEx at 7 PM on May 18. All are welcome to attend. The agenda will include updates on our camera system, Alcoa Hwy, Social activities, Beautification awards, Election of new officers and other topics of interest. We will be addressing the noise complaints from the venues on Alcoa Hwy and need to hear from you!
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The Dogwood Trails are officially open and visitors are driving our roads admiring the beauty of Lakemoor Hills. If you would still like a pink & green bow to adorn your mailbox, the Lakemoor Hills Garden Club has made them and they can be found at the home of Suzan Bowman at 3717 Maloney Rd. They are mounted on the fence under the large tree by her drive.
Holston Hills is the featured trail this year and is quite attractive. I encourage you to take a drive and see it. In 2022 Lakemoor Hills will host the featured trail, so we can see what we need to do to get ready.
Thank you all for helping make Lakemoor Hills a beautiful place to live.
Display your excitement for Spring and the Dogwood Festival with these cheery bows made by the Lakemoor Hills Garden Club. The Garden Club is generously providing these complimentary with a suggested donation fee of $3 to $5. Proceeds are used to support all the wonderful betterment projects in our neighborhood.
These bows are easy to place on your mailbox or position in a garden near the roadside. They are available for you to pick up at the following places/dates/times:
Pickup date #2 Saturday 3/20/21 Lake Hills Presbyterian Church parking lot from 9am to 11am
Pickup date #3 Bowman Residence 3717 Maloney Road this is a self-serve pickup location. You will see the bows on a stand in the yard. There will be a collection box for your donation.
Suzan Bowman is inviting you to a scheduled Webex meeting.
Tuesday, March 16, 2021 7:00 PM | (UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) | 2 hrs
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The Greenway connection between Maloney Rd. Park and Phase 2 of the Alcoa Hwy project has been completed and opened. (ending at the driveway entry to UT Farms) As part of the Phase 2 expansion of Alcoa Hwy, the connection will be made to I C King Park. That leaves the section from Maloney Rd. Park to behind CVS as THE MISSING LINK.
We are seeking people who are interested in forming a team to pursue completing this connection. If you have interest in the Greenway completion through Lakemoor Hills, please let me know. I will set up a meeting to brainstorm next steps. firstname.lastname@example.org. Kathy Proctor
All residents are invited to join your neighbors on March 20 for our Annual Neighborhood Cleanup Day. Come to Lake Hills Church parking lot at 9 AM to get an assignment, your gloves, pickers and garbage bags. Our goal is to spruce up the neighborhood in preparation for the opening of the Dogwood Trails throughout Lakemoor Hills. If you cannot join us that Saturday morning and want to spruce up your street earlier, just email Kathy Proctor at email@example.com to let me know that street will be covered.
The Lakemoor Hills Garden Club is also making pink and green mailbox ribbons for all the homes on the trails. These will be available at both the church parking lot or at Lakemoor Legacy Park and Garden on Circle Lake.
The trails were greatly appreciated last year by the many people who enjoyed getting out to experience the beauty of our area during a challenging time. Thank you for your efforts in keeping your trail blooming!
While Kudzu is the infamous “Vine that ate the South,” English Ivy is his nasty little brother. As the years tick by, Lakemoor Hills is suffering more and more from unchecked English Ivy growth on our beloved trees. This evergreen perennial vine can grow up to 90 feet with proper support. The vines smother and weigh down your tress. Oh and it is unsightly too.We encourage you to cut these vines to stop the growth and then maintain. It’s easy and rewarding work. Now is the time before spring foliage growth kicks in making some tree harder to access. I included a link from UT AG Extension for further info.
SPECIAL NOTE – DO NOT pull the vines from the tree. This will damage the bark creating other problems for the tree.
PERSONAL NOTE – I have been spending an hour here and there cutting even hiking into the woods around me cutting on other property. Simply cut at the bottom of the trunk separating the vine at the ground. I then pull the vine up from the ground leaving the vines on the tree alone. It takes a awhile for the vine to die on the tree…it eventually will and flake off. It’s tempting to pull even when dead but please don’t.