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									                         WAYNOKA NEWS
                             “Official Newsletter for the Waynoka Property Owners Association”
                              November, 2010                                                                ISSUE 266


                                      Lake Waynoka - General Manager
    The Lake Waynoka Subdivision of Brown County, Ohio, a private, gated lake community, is seeking candidates for the
    position of General Manager. The General Manager is the Chief Operating Executive of the Waynoka Property Owner’s
    Association (WPOA) and is responsible for the effective management of all aspects of WPOA operations, including but
    not limited to personnel management, administrative support processes, maintenance, repair and upkeep of grounds
    and facilities, security of grounds and facilities and enforcement of rules and regulations, financial accounting processes,
    budget control, contractor and project management. The General Manager reports directly to the WPOA Board of
    Trustees and is responsible to all members of the WPOA.

    The General Manager may also be required through contractual agreement with the Waynoka Regional Water and
    Sewer District (WRWSD) to provide similar management services for WRWSD operations.

    Minimum Qualifications: Demonstrated ability to perform, including at least two years paid work experience, one year
    of which is in a management capacity. Bachelor’s degree in Management, Business Administration or related fields
    preferred or equivalent combinations of education and experience which indicates a thorough knowledge of general
    management practices required to complete the essential duties successfully.

    Interested individuals should forward a resume with a cover letter including salary requirements to:

    Waynoka Property Owner’s Association
    One Waynoka Drive
    Lake Waynoka, Ohio 45171
    Attention: GM Sourcing Committee                                                          EEO




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                     Waynoka Property Owners Association
                         Board of Trustees Meeting
                                                  Saturday, October 9, 2010
    President Tim Redick called the meeting to order at 10:00 a.m.
    Pastor Bonnie Keith gave the invocation. The Pledge of Allegiance followed.
    Roll Call: Present: Conners, Freeman, Kinney, McDulin, Meyer, Purdin, and Redick
                  Absent: Johnson (ex.) and Lindy (ex.)
    Minutes: The motion to approve the minutes of the September meeting as published in the October Waynoka Newsletter was
    made by McDulin, seconded by Kinney and passed by those present.
    President’s Statement regarding Manager O’Farrell:
        WPOA President, Tim Redick began the meeting by sharing a statement in which he provided the membership with accurate
    information regarding the now vacant General Manager position. He stressed that he was speaking “on behalf of the WPOA
    Board”. He explained why and how the Boards of the WPOA and the WRWSD and Manager Tim O’Farrell reached a mutual
    agreement to end Tim’s tenure as an active employee of the WPOA effective September 30, 2010. He also announced how the
    Lake will be managed until the position is filled. Please note that the full text of the statement will be printed in the November
    issue of the Lake Waynoka Newsletter as a part of the WPOA President’s Message.
    Treasurer’s Report (Betty Purdin): A brief review of the monthly report was shared with emphasis on the monies available
    in the capital funds accounts for the roads, the recreational facility, the lake and the campground. The treasurer with the help of
    Vickie Johnson will be happy to answer any questions property owners may have about the monthly WPOA Treasurer’s Report.
    Other Reports:
       Security (Chief Ellis): The Chief shared the good news that the number of criminal damaging, burglary and breaking and
    entering reports are down significantly (to zero) in September. All of the suspects with pending charges for offenses as previously
    reported in the WPOA minutes have pleaded guilty. An off-season house check procedure has been developed at the request of
    some property owners who do not reside at the Lake on a full-time basis. For a fee the security department will conduct house
    checks on a regular basis depending on the number of checks an individual home owner would like per week or per month. Con-
    tact the Chief with questions and the Administrative Office to sign up for participation in this procedure. A security check means
    that security personnel will go to one’s house, physically ‘try’ all of the doors, inspect all of the windows and keep a log of each
    check that is made. The Chief shared a graphic of the markings for the new cruiser and hopes that all of the equipment will be
    installed in the next week so the cruiser can be in service very soon. The chief thanked our alert citizenry for their help and support
    in solving cases.
       Long Range Planning (Ron Gloss): The website committee has a signed contract with a company in West Union to develop
    a new website for Lake Waynoka. Information is being shared and work has begun. The job description committee finished the
    general manager description in time to assist with the search for a new manager. The committee which has been reviewing rental
    policies for various Lake Waynoka owned properties will be making a presentation to the Board in the next month or so. The
    survey committee is working on a survey which will ask for property owner input regarding various issues and needs at the Lake
    and will be distributed by the end of the year.
       Lake Advisory (George Kinney): George shared that the committee continues to explore the options for excavating the upper
    end of the Lake and to solicit the services of a consulting firm to assess the lake and make recommendations to improve its
    condition. The Lake Committee and the Lake Advisory Committee will work together stocking the Lake in early spring.
       Nominating (Betty Purdin): As of 4 p.m. on October 8, 2010, three individuals – Joan Conners, Eric Kirk and Walt Robinson
    – submitted applications for the WPOA Board of Trustees and two individuals – Ron Gloss and Prescilla Redick – submitted
    applications for the WRWSD Board of Trustees. Unless applications come in the mail postmarked October 8, 2010, there will not
    be a need to hold an election for either Board according to the rules and regulations of both Boards.
       The Campground (Walt Robinson): Walt reminded everyone that the Halloween festivities are next Saturday evening. Walt
    asked the Board to work on the street addresses and numbers over the winter as well as possibly identify the streets with letters or
    whatever to prevent security, the life squad, and other emergency personnel from having problems locating campers who need their
    help. It was suggested that signage to the campground from the back gate also be erected. Also since the use of the pavilion has
    increased significantly it was suggested that a ‘satellite privy’ be installed.
       The Chapel (Bonnie Keith): The steeple will be installed on the chapel in the next couple of weeks. Chimes will also be
    installed. Stoney and Rhonda Hamilton are the new music ministers at the Chapel. There are now Wednesday evening services.
       Shawnee Squaws (Betty Purdin): Betty reminded everyone to attend the Craft Fair being held in the Health and Rec Center
    until 4 p.m. today.
       Lake Committee (Prescilla Redick): The winners of the Fall Bass Classic on Oct. 2nd (local residents Kiefer and Carter) took
    home over $1000 in prizes for first place and biggest bass. Donations for the Halloween festivities at the Lake are welcomed.
    Pending Resolutions and Motions: none
    Introduction of New Resolutions and Motions: none
    Unfinished Business: none
                                                                                                              (CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
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    New Business: Pres. Redick reviewed business discussed in the workshops on Sept. 17 and Oct. 8 as follows:
        9/17 The web site renovation proposal was presented and the Board agreed to finalize the contract (approx. $6K) to undertake
                this project.
        9/17 & 10/08 The budget planning schedule was discussed.
        9/17 & 10/08 The Board supports action in regard to the pump dredging proposal and final arrangements should be completed
                in the next few weeks.
       9/17 & 10/08 It was agreed that a contract to paint a center line on Waynoka Dr. be pursued (cost approx. $7K of road capital
               monies).
        9/17 The implementation of the lottery machine proposal at the lounge was delayed until March 2011.
        9/17 The restaurant will be closed from November 1 through March 30.
        9/17 & 10/08 The golf cart opinion survey was discussed and is a work in progress.
        9/17 The replacement for the old snowplow truck which will be sold to the WRWSD will be financed with road capital monies.
        9/17 Chief Ellis was directed to develop a fee-based home security check service.
        9/17 The Board reviewed a program proposed for charging for yard debris chipping services. Current on file requests will be
                done without a charge.
        9/17 The Board agreed to donate a speaker’s podium in the lodge to the Tri-County Baptist Church in Sardinia. A thank you
                has already been received.
        9/17 Estimates for the work needed to repair the campground water infiltration problem were reviewed.
        10/08 Repairs at the Health and Rec Center will be made in the near future. The worn carpeting in the workout room will be
                replaced and the gym floor will be refinished. (A weekend closure of the gym will be required.) Requests to upgrade
                equipment were reviewed.
        10/08 The Board agreed to look into potentially lower cost electrical suppliers.
        10/08 The Board discussed the need for a building inspector as well as improved Information Technology support.
        10/08 The advertisement and screening processes to replace the manager were reviewed.
        Redick then responded to membership concerns from the September public meeting. No action was taken regarding the
    expansion of the campground or its lighting. However, signage on the roads in the campground was discussed and will be painted
    once it is determined how it should be done. Maintenance has been directed to come up with a solution to make the restrooms at
    the Beach bathhouse handicap accessible. The pool pavilion fencing was discussed, but no action was taken. Replacement street
    signs have been purchased and will be installed in the near future. No action was taken about directional signs to the back gate.
    The erosion of the bank at the upper end of the Lake was discussed, but no action has been taken.

    Membership Concerns:

    Ann Jones (Lot #2821): Ann shared her concern about Custer Dr. becoming a ‘speed strip’. She suggested the installation of
    speed bumps. The Chief took note of this concern. Secondly, Ann asked if there were ways other than the Newsletter which
    arrives late in the month to announce activities and events at the Lake so that everyone has adequate time to make plans to attend.
    Lastly, Ann requested that the trash on Lot #2650 be cleaned up as “it looks terrible”!
    Bonnie Keith (Lot #3945): Bonnie asked the Treasurer to clarify that the total monies in the Campground Capital Fund were the
    total after all expenses had been paid as of September 30, 2010. The Treasurer agreed.
    Paul Hilliard (Lot #3314): Paul asked the status of the golf cart issue. Redick answered, “A survey is being developed to gather
    input from the property owners so that the Board can act in a manner which represents everybody’s desires.” Paul also asked Mr.
    Redick if he owned and operated a golf cart. Redick answered that he does own a golf cart and occasionally uses it for yard work.
    The cart is used because his property is ‘quite large’ and on a hill; but the cart is not used on the road.
    Pat McDulin (Lot#690): Pat reminded everyone that the Lounge does serve pizzas and sandwiches in the evenings. This would be
    an alternative to the restaurant which will be closing the end of this month. Board members also suggested that the proprietors of
    The Outpost (formerly, Mel’s) and The Backstreet Deli would also be happy to serve their sandwiches, etc. to Lake residents.
    Charles Palk (Lot #1029): Charles questioned whether or not the golf cart issue was ‘voted down’ three years ago. Charles
    believes that the Lake will “regret putting golf carts on these roads”. He suggested that someone on the Board make a motion that
    this issue not be revisited for at least ten years.

    Adjournment: The motion to adjourn was made by Freeman, seconded by Kinney, and passed by a unanimous vote at 10:45 a.m.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Joanne A. Coker
    WPOA Assistant Recording Secretary




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                        Waynoka Regional Water and Sewer District
                                  1 Waynoka Drive, Sardinia, Ohio 45171
                                 WRWSD MEETNG - Fri., October 1, 2010
    President Steve Johnson called the meeting to order at 8:20 a.m.
    Roll Call: Present: Buskey, Doughman, Gloss, Johnson, Kirk, Purdin, Redick, Rider & Plant Supt. Culver
                Absent: None
    Minutes: The minutes of the September 11th public meeting were read. A motion to approve the minutes
    was made by Buskey, seconded by Rider and passed unanimously.
    Treasurer’s Report (John Buskey): The monthly report for September was unavailable since this meeting is
    being held on the first day of the month. It was noted that there were many expenses in September. The de-
    tails of these expenses will be shared during the October 9th meeting. The sewer assessment and delinquent
    water availability charges were certified to the Brown Co. Auditor on September 10.
    Plant Supt.’s Report (George Culver): As of September 30th the contractor has installed more than 650
    of the anti-backup sewer valves. Problems have been encountered on several properties where blacktop or
    concrete cover the area where the installation is to be done. It was suggested that the WPOA building code
    be reviewed and updated to prevent such problems in the future. This work should be completed in the next
    week or so. The Lake has been receiving its water supply from the Brown County Rural Water Assn. since
    September 20th because equipment maintenance is being done in the plant. The sewer and water clarifiers
    and the sand filters are being sandblasted and painted. Culver and Buskey shared the progress and details of
    the work being done on the building at the water tower which will house equipment for the Brown County
    emergency services communications project as well as our network equipment.
    Introduction of New Resolutions and Motions: none
    Pending Resolutions and Motions: none
    Old Business: Gloss reviewed the details of the upcoming WRWSD election with the Board. Buskey then
    shared the proposal related to the restructuring of the budget. (All of the Board members had been given
    copies of the proposal prior to this meeting.) The original objectives were reviewed and specific changes
    were noted. The changes to policy were shared. All of these changes came from many discussions during
    meetings with the accountant on retainer, the manager and staff, the finance committee and Board members.
    A ‘clean’ copy of the “new budget” incorporating all of the changes and showing the 2010 budget amounts
    was reviewed to show how the “new budget” would actually function. The Board suggested that Buskey
    meet with Culver soon to discuss this document in detail. The Board agreed that work should continue to
    ‘tweak’ this document and to create a monthly report format that reflects the ‘new budget’ proposal.
    (Purdin was excused from the meeting about 9:50 a.m.)
    New Business: Motion #2010-13 was made by Buskey and seconded by Kirk to update the signature author-
    ity on all WRWSD bank accounts, certificates of deposits and other financial instruments at National Bank
    & Trust and other financial institutions effective October 1, 2010. A roll call vote was taken and the motion
    passed with seven yes votes.
    Other Business: Redick shared that the WPOA found it necessary to replace the old snowplow truck. The
    one ton diesel truck with a dump bed was offered to the WRWSD for purchase and necessary repairs. After
    discussing the offer Culver was directed by the Board to investigate the costs that would be incurred to repair
    this truck and to report his findings at the October 9th public meeting. After a brief discussion the Board
    also asked Culver to investigate engineering firms to consult about the possible expansion of the sewer plant.
    Adjournment: The motion to adjourn was made by Kirk and seconded by Rider. All were in favor and the
    meeting was adjourned at 10:30 a.m.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Joanne A. Coker
    WRWSD Assistant Recording Secretary
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                           Waynoka Regional Water and Sewer District
                                        1 Waynoka Drive, Sardinia, Ohio 45171
                                      WRWSD MEETNG - Sat., October 9, 2010
    Vice President Ron Gloss called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m.

    Roll Call: Present: Buskey, Doughman, Gloss, Kirk, Purdin, Redick, and Rider
               Absent: Johnson (ex.)

    Minutes: The minutes of the October 1st workshop meeting were approved as read.

    Treasurer’s Report (John Buskey): The cash balance including CDs available in the WRWSD budget was $918,008.71 as of
    September 30th. This balance is about $190K less than the August balance and reflects several major expenditures mostly relating
    to capital expenses made during September. The expenditures included the purchase of 25 grinder pumps for future use ($69K);
    the completion of the 6” water supply connection to BCRWA ($17,663) which came in under the budgeted estimate of $20,000;
    the painting of the water clarifier and the sewer clarifier ($7500 each); and the installation of the anti backup sewer valves at 700+
    locations ($104K so far). The Lake’s water supply is presently coming from BCRWA. The painting should be finished early next
    week and after the paint dries for six to seven days the Lake will once again supply water for its residents. The installation of the
    backup sewer valves should also be completed in the near future. There are four locations where blacktop or concrete are
    problematic and Lake employees will be working with the property owners to finish this project. The WRWSD bills will be late
    this month due to the difficulties being experienced when using the instrument that reads the meters. Action will be taken soon to
    correct this problem. Culver reported prior to this meeting that the WPOA truck is being evaluated by mechanics. He will have an
    estimate of repair costs in the next week once the specific cause of the problem is determined.

    Old Business: none
    New Business: none
    Pending Resolutions and Motions: none
    Introduction of New Resolutions and Motions: none
    Other Business: none

    Membership Concerns:
    Ken Waggoner (Lot#764): Ken asked the Board’s opinion about the possible cause of a ‘clunking or hammering’ sound in his
    pipes that has just begun in the last couple of weeks. Several opinions were shared by members of the Board as well as the
    audience.
    Bill Marshall (Lot #1777): Bill asked how the BCRWA charged the Lake for its water. It was explained that the Lake pays for
    BCRWA water on a per use basis (presently $3.50 per 1000 gallons). There is no monthly fee in this 20 year contract. The Lake
    paid for the installation of the box, the meter and the cross connection line.
    Bonnie Keith (Lot # 3945): Bonnie had asked the WRWSD Board to check into the possibility of providing blanket sewer backup
    coverage for all of the 700+ homes at the Lake. Tim Redick responded that he has put the question to both legal counsel and the
    insurance company, but does not yet have a response from either one.
    Nancee Klein (Lot #1620): Nancee shared her experience when she submitted her claim to her insurance company for the sewer
    backup damage to her home and how this claim has affected her insurance rates. It was noted by Gloss that many home owners are
    also experiencing significant rate increases due to the new fire protection regulations that are now in effect.
    Roger Coker (Lot #1888): Roger shared that he had talked to Culver four or five days ago about the reclamation of his property
    after the backup valve installation. He questioned if the contractor had difficulty locating where to place the valve because the area
    torn up seems much larger than on other properties. There are tracks and ruts that he will not be able to mow over. Gloss shared
    that he and Culver had discussed that in the spring it will be necessary to repair some yards due to settlement of the soil over the
    winter. Gloss also shared that the contractor did not charge the Lake for the reclamation that was done and that any future work
    will be done by Lake employees. Gloss suggested that Culver will take a look at Roger’s property.

    Adjournment: The motion to adjourn was made by Purdin and seconded by Rider. All were in favor and the meeting was
    adjourned at 9:51 a.m.

    Respectfully submitted,

     Joanne A. Coker
     WRWSD Assistant Recording Secretary

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                    Calendar of Events                       09/13 Elwood Patrick................................................6020
     Adult Tap Class – Thursdays, 9:15 am                          Duck Patrick...................................................5580
     Art Class – Mondays, 10:00 am to 12 noon
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     Bridge – Mondays, 6:00 pm
                                                                   Elwood Patrick................................................6210
     Campground Mtg.- April 2011, 10:00 am
     Chapel – Sundays, 10:00 am                              09/27 Eddie Slater.....................................................7080
     Chorus - Nov. 2nd & 16th, 6:30 to 8:00 pm                     Elwood Patrick................................................5350
     Civic Club – November 23rd, 7:00 pm
     Dance Lessons - Tuesdays, 8:00 pm                       10/04 Elwood Patrick................................................4410
     Euchre – Fridays, 7:30 pm                                     Jean Hilliard....................................................3840
     Garden Club – March, 2011, 7:00 pm                        Bridge Club meets every Monday at 6:00 pm in the
     Lake Committee – , 7:00 pm                                        Lodge. Newcomers are welcome.
     Line Dancing Class – Tuesdays, 2:00 pm                         Questions? Jeanne Eastlake 446-3013
     Lions Club –Nov. 2nd & 16th, 6:30 pm                       EUCHRE SCORES
     Project Linus - Thursdays, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
     Shawnee Squaws – Nov. 10th, 10:00 am                    09/03 Bob Branson.......................................................58
                                                                   Milt Jordan.........................................................56
     Waynoka Tribe – Nov. 9th, 7:00 pm
                                                                   Carolyn Slater.....................................................56
     Watersports Club – Nov. 7th, 12:00 pm                         Linda Wagner......................................................56
     WRWSD Workshop –Nov. 5th 8:00 am
     WPOA Workshop – Nov. 12th, 7:00 pm                      09/10 Eddie Slater.........................................................69
     WRWSD Board Mtg. – Nov. 13th, 9:30 am                         Dick Schubert.....................................................68
     WPOA Board Mtg. – Nov. 13th, 10:00 am
     Craft Session (Tribe) - Nov. 14th                       09/17 Elwood Patrick...................................................66
                                                                   Carlos Day..........................................................61

                                                             09/24 Dick Schubert.....................................................67
      WAYNOKA	TRIBE                                                Tony Schneider...................................................63
                                                                 If you would like to play Euchre, meet new people and have
         The leaves are falling and so are the                   a good time, come to the Lodge on Fridays and join the fun!
                                                                      Play starts at 7:30 p.m. so come early to get a seat.
    temperatures. Good thing cause I need plenty of
    clothes to cover up the effects of Fair food and Hal-                 NOTE FROM SECURITY
    loween Candy...
        Coming up on November 14th the Tribe will be
    holding a Christmas Craft Session at the Lodge.
    Items created will be used to decorate the Lodge for           PLEASE HELP SUPPORT OUR
    this coming Christmas. In the next month the Tribe
    will be accepting monetary donations for the
                                                                    THIRD ANNUAL SECURITY
    Children’s Christmas Assistance Fund. This year
    we will be working more closely with the Waynoka
                                                                   FOOD DRIVE. PLEASE DROP
    Chapel for purchasing and distributing the gifts for           OFF YOUR NON-PERISHABLE
    the families in the area to have a Merry Christmas.
    Donations will be accepted by any Waynoka Tribe                     ITEMS NOW THUR
    member. Checks can be made out to
    “The Waynoka Tribe”.                                              DECEMBER 10, 2010
        In December, the Tribe will be hosting “Breakfast
    with Santa”. The morning will be at the Lodge, but
    watch for fliers as advanced
    registration is required. Good luck to all staying off
                                                                              THANKS, SECURITY
    the naughty list!

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                                          President’s Message
     The following is a rendition of my comments on behalf of the Trustees at the last WPOA Board meeting on
     October 8, 2010 regarding the retirement of Tim O’Farrell, our General Manager. My hope is that they may be
     helpful in understanding the course of this decision.
     The background to this decision actually began In June of this year when Tim initiated discussions with me
     and other Board members concerning the possibility of changes to his current employment agreement. These
     discussions were motivated by his desire to reduce the physical and mental demands of his General Manager’s
     role while allowing him to continue some involvement with WPOA. Additionally since Tim’s personal situa-
     tion necessarily placed a great deal of importance on medical benefits provided to WPOA permanent full time
     employees, he preferred to retain this feature of his employment. As a result of that conversation and many
     subsequent discussions since, the WPOA Board of Trustees, the WRWSD Board of Trustees and Manager Tim
     O’Farrell unanimously reached a mutual agreement that effectively ended Tim’s tenure as an active employee
     of WPOA. This agreement, at Tim’s request, set his last day of active employment as Sept 30, 2010. Although
     some specifics of this agreement are necessarily confidential, I can tell you that in addition to ensuring that Tim
     received all compensation due him under the current employment agreement, it provides for supporting his
     need for medical insurance through the early part of 2012. During this same period of time Tim has agreed to
     be available to consult with the WPOA and WRWSD Boards anytime his experience and knowledge may be of
     benefit to the Boards.
     Of course there have been many rumors concerning the work on this agreement and the motivations for it.
     While the Board does not feel compelled to correct the accuracy of all of these, I will tell you that all trustees
     worked diligently to ensure that the best interests of both a long-term loyal employee and the association were
     met as well as they could be. This work has been very difficult for all of us involved because we are friends and
     neighbors and in the end we care about each other.
     All of us on both Boards have the utmost respect and appreciation for Tim’s many accomplishments over his 25
     year career at Lake Waynoka. In many ways we are what we are as a community because of his work here. And
     while all of us most sincerely wish Tim the very best in his early retirement, I expect that we will continue to
     see him involved around the community in the months ahead. If you do, hopefully each of you will take the
     opportunity to personally express your own appreciation and best wishes.
     Going forward the Board will move as quickly as possible to fill the vacant manager’s position. To dispel one
     rumor I can tell you that all current Board members are ineligible to be considered for the position.
     As we are unsure as to how long this sourcing may take, we are asking everyone’s cooperation in managing
     through this transition. All department heads have been advised that we must continue to make every effort to
     maintain our quality of service to the property owners. Keep in mind that some projects may be delayed but
     we will continue to plan to progress as a community. Vickie Johnson will be acting as the interim manager of
     operations. She will be supported by the executive committees of both Boards as necessary. I will be personally
     assisting Vickie in responding to property owner concerns and developing solutions to the normal operational
     issues that must be dealt with on a day to day basis. With everyone’s help I would expect no major problems.

     Thank you, Tim Redick


     The Lake Waynoka Chapel welcomes Stoney and Rhonda Hamilton as our directors of
     music and chapel music ministers. Also we welcome John Naylor as one of our guitarist
     and gospel singers . You are invited to come and enjoy our church services

                                      Adult Sunday School 9:30am
                                        Church Service 10:00 am
                                     Children Sunday School 10:00am
                                      Wednesday Service 7:00 pm

                                                  Pastor Bonnie Keith
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     It is the Veteran who gives us our freedoms!
             On Friday, September 10th the Shawnee Squaws of Lake Waynoka were honored to be allowed to
     thank a small group of men and women who have helped guarantee our freedoms of religion and assembly,
     the free press and free speech, and our rights to fair trials and to vote in our great country.
             Twenty five veterans from the VA Home in Georgetown and more than a dozen vets who live at
     the Lake were treated to a great meal and an afternoon of fishing and relaxation courtesy of the Shawnee
     Squaws.

       The weather was perfect… no rain or extreme heat! Thank you, God!
       The pavilion, bathhouse and grounds were so clean! Thank you, Waynoka Men of Maintenance!
       The food was as wonderful as always! Thank you, ladies of the Shawnee Squaws!
       Thank you, Julie of the Mt. Orab Kroger’s for the gift card that helped us purchase the meat.
       The meats were grilled to perfection! Thank you, Vince, Roger, George, Beve, John and Betty!
       The ice that chilled our drinks did its job! Thank you, Jim and James of the Marina!
       The fish didn’t go hungry either… There were worms for them all! Thank you, Jim and James of the
            Marina, for your donation of the bait.
        The wheelchair accessible picnic tables were just what 16 vets needed! Thank you, Lake Waynoka
            Lions Club members!
       The set-up, serving and clean up went very well! Thank you, ladies of the Shawnee Squaws and your
            husbands, vets and other guests who helped!
       The vets loved winning the patriotic T-shirts, bags and blankets in the raffle.
                                          Thank you, Valerie and Betty for your donations.

       And lastly, a very large thank you to the ladies on the Veteran’s Picnic Committee:
           Liz Beresford, Eileen Brown, Diana DeVol, Lynn Prewitt & Mary Kay Wolfe.

     THANK YOU, EVERYONE for making this year’s picnic the best one yet!

     Joanne Coker, Chair of the Shawnee Squaws’ Annual VA Picnic



     Lake Waynoka Chorus                                      GOOD NEWS for the Chorus;

             An accomplished piano player, Joy Crieghton, has joined the Chorus. This releaves Jeanne Eastlake
     and Gloria Rutan whoe now may give full attention to singing. Also, a new soprano Diane Winklejohn, has
     joined.
             All members have use of a song book of 34 songs. At the last session, Tuesday, Oct. 5, the group
     felt there was interest in the Chorus beyond Lake Waynoka boundaries, therefore, it was decided to accept
     members beyond our community boundaries.
             The storage items in the music room have been removed and the room with its new piano is excellent
     for the Chorus.
             The next session is Tuesday, 10/19 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Discussion is 6:30 to
     7:00 and singing is 7:00 to 8:00. If anyone wishes to join, call me or any
     Chorus member.

     Aristotle Roussos

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     Is your hair frizzy, damaged and dull?
          We have the solution for you!                                                THE WASP NEST
                                                                         Monthly publish highlights from the Waynoka Awareness Safety
                                                                         Program to keep you and your neighbors safe. Each month you
                         Get silky, shiny,                               will find a helpful suggestion from the program guide for your
                                                                         use and to share with those around you. If you would like to
                          frizz free hair                                have a WASP booklet or if you have something you would like
                                                                         to have included please call.
                             with the
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                           Treatment at                                     Safe America created the Text First. Talk Second. to raise
                                                                         public awareness around the importance of utilizing text mes-
                         SunQuest Hair                                   saging for non-emergency communications during a disaster.
                                                                            When disasters strike, voice networks can become congested

        Before               Designs!                        After       with people trying to call each other for non-
                                                                         vital communications. This can result in people in desperate
                                                                         need of help being unable to contact those they need to reach,
        DON’T WAIT CALL KATY FOR YOUR FREE CONSULTATION TODAY!           such as emergency services, friends or loved ones.

       SUNQUEST HAIR DESIGNS                                                In some instances, this may also result in emergency service
                                                                         personnel being unable to communicate with each other.

                    7588 Staten Rd. • Sardinia, OH                       Here is what you can do:

                    937-446-2306
                                                                         - Take the Pledge! Join hundreds of thousands of your fellow
                                                                         citizens in pledging to participate in a preparedness activity
                                                                         (texting).
             Mon. & Fri. 9-5, Tues., Wed., & Thurs. 9-8, Sat. 9-3
                                                                         - Get the word out. Let your family and friends know if a natu-
                                                                         ral or man-made disaster happens in your vicinity, the best way
                                                                         to find out if you are okay is to first try and contact you via text
                                                                         message and then phone.
                                                                         - Make sure everyone in your family knows how to use the text
                                                                         messaging function on their mobile phone and if they don’t,
                                                                         teach them.

                                                                         Finally, do one of the following texting activities:

                                                                         Drill A – Family/Friend/ Emergency Contact: Send, Receive,
                                                                         and Confirm text message with family member or friend.
                                                                         1. Individual sends a text message to a family member and/or
                                                                         friend during the exercise.
                                                                         Text First. Talk Second
                                                                         “I M OK”/ “R U OK”
                                                                         2. Family member/friend responds with “I M OK”

                                                                         Drill B – Employer to Employee Groups: Send, Receive and
                                                                         Confirm text messages with employees.
                                                                         1. Employer sends text message to employees announcing a
                                                                         drill, e.g., “This is a texting drill through the alert notifica-
                                                                         tion system. For more information on preparedness, please go
                                                                         towww.safeamericaprepared.org (or insert organization web-
                                                                         site) or contact (supervisor, safety department, etc.) for more
                                                                         information.”
                                                                         2. Employees respond by going to the website and/or making
                                                                         the suggested contact for moreinformation on preparedness.

                                                                         Vince DeVol 446-1702                   Prescilla Redick 446-9385


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                                                                  Fall Tournament Winners

           Lake Committee Report – Mark Talmage
     MEETINGS: Last Thursday of the month in the lodge at 7:00


     Results for the August 18th Wednesday Night Tour.
     Trophies sponsored by Stihl

     15 Entries, 35 Fish Released
     Total Weight=57.62 lbs.
                                                                    1st Place Campbell & Quisno
     1st Place      Taylor & Taylor                7.89 lbs.
     2nd Place      Beyer                          7.84 lbs.
     3rd Place      Leedy & Fussnecker             5.64 lbs.
     Big Bass       Leedy & Fussnecker             4.54 lbs.

     Results for September 15th Wednesday Night
     Tour.
     Trophies sponsored by B&T Shaft

     17 Entries, 33 Fish Released
     Total Weight=54.18 lbs.
                                                                      2nd Place Beyer & Cross
     1st Place      Kieffer & Carter               10.80 lbs.
     2nd Place      Walke & Hargut                  9.38 lbs.
     3rd Place      Forbes & Keller                 8.86 lbs.
     Big Bass       Kieffer & Carter

     Results for the Fall Tournament, September 18th

     21 Entries, 56 Fish Released
     Total Weight=80.40 lbs.

     1st Place      Quisno & Campbell              10.79 lbs.
     2nd Place      Beyer & Cross                   8.70 lbs.
     3rd Place      McCann & Bobo                   7.29 lbs.
                                                                      3rd Place McCann & Bobo
     4th Place      Kieffer & Kieffer               6.08 lbs.
     Big Bass       Sheldon & Ross                  4.14 lbs.
                                                                  CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OF
     Results for the Bass Classic, October 2nd                       THE WINNERS IN 2010

     24 Entries, 46 Fish Released                                SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR
     Total Weight=61.96 lbs.
                                                                    PARTICIPANTS FOR THEIR
     1st Place      Kieffer & Carter               11.50 lbs.        CONTINUOUS SUPPORT
     2nd Place      Shaw & Grimes                    6.34 lbs.     AS WELL AS OUR GENEROUS
     3rd Place      Beyer & Mitler                   5.70 lbs.             SPONSORS
     Big Bass       Kieffer and Carter              5.73 lbs.
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      THE LAKE WAYNOKA LION’S CLUB                                HOOK REAL ESTATE OF GEORGETOWN
                                                           BARRERA GARAGE & BODY SHOP IN NEW MARKET
      WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL THESE                               ODYSSEY CANVAS WORKS OF RIPLEY
     SPONSORS FOR HELPING US PUT ON                         SEIP’S AUTO PARTS & SERVICE OF GEORGETOWN
                                                             STEVE BLEVIN’S CONSTRUCTION OF SARDINIA
      OUR 10th ANNUAL CAR SHOW ON                        SWEARINGEN’S AUTO CARE & TIRE OF GEORGETOWN
            SEPTEMBER 5, 2010                                            SARDINIA FUEL MART
             PLEASE SUPPORT ALL OUR SPONSORS                   BILL’S SIGN COMPANY OF LAKE WAYNOKA
                                                                McCONN & CUTRELL ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
                 A SPECIAL THANKS GOES TO                        PAUL HALL & ASSOCIATES OF MT. ORAB
               COLES FURNITURE OF MT. ORAB                      LAKE MANOR RESTAURANT OF MT. ORAB
              STANLEY TOOLS OF GEORGETOWN                            TONY BROWN CONSTRUCTION
           THE PEPSI BOTTLING COMPANY OF RIPLEY                      STEVE VOGEL CONSTRUCTION
            BRYAN EQUIPMENT SALES OF LOVELAND            FIFTH-THIRD BANK OF GEORGETOWN & RUSSELLVILLE
                PIERRE FOODS OF CINCINNATI
                                                        DONATED DOOR PRIZES FOR CAR SHOW
                 SPONSORS OF LARGE AWARDS               ADVANCE AUTO PARTS OF HILLSBORO & WASHINGTON C.H.
            TOM BELCHER’S BODY SHOP OF SARDINIA         DICK’S SPORTING GOODS, ARBY’S RESTAURANTS, PIZZA HUT,
               MALOTT AUTOMOTIVE OF SARDINIA            McDONALD’S RESTAURANTS, COMMAC FOODS, INC. , WEST
             LUCKY YOU ARCADE AT RT 71 & RT 41          UNION , PONDEROSA STEAK HOUSE , HILLSBORO,
                                                        PEP BOY AUTO PARTS, EASTGATE ,
             NATIONAL BANK & TRUST OF SARDINIA
                                                        SKYLINE CHILI, MT ORAB
      BOB MALCOM CHRYSLER-DODGE-JEEP, INC. OF PEEBLES   WALMART, WEST UNION & HILLSBORO, CARTER LUMBER,
              BARRY’S CHEVROLET OF WEST UNION           STAR CINEMAS, HILLSBORO, KIBLER LUMBER, MT ORAB
        INDUSTRIAL PARTS & EQUIPMENT OF CINCINNATI      DAVE’S AUTO SERVICE & TIRE, HAMERSVILLE
                ALLSTATE INSURANCE COMPANY–             FRISCH’S RESTAURANTS
                AGENT CHRIS MUNN OF MT. ORAB            TANKER’S MARATHON ON RT 32
        CARNEY’S HEATING & COOLING OF LAKE WAYNOKA      BACKSTREETS DELI, ARNHEIM
                  MT. ORAB FORD & MERCURY               NAPA AUTO PARTS, WEST UNION & WASHINGTON C.H.
               SUE BOONE REALTY OF HILLSBORO            MT ORAB FOOD COURT
                                                        BUTTERMILK FALLS GOLF CLUB, GEORGETOWN
           SUE BOONE-BROKER ROBIN GEIER-AGENT
                                                        IGA, GEORGETOWN
           MIKE CASTRUCCI FORD SALES OF MILFORD         STEPHANO’S PIZZA, HILLSBORO
       RE/MAX RESULTS PLUS DORIS KITCHEN, REALTOR       WALSH POOL & SPA SUPPLIES, TRI-COUNTY HY
                                                        O. K. AUTO PARTS, PEEBLES
                    WE ALSO WANT TO THANK               SUBWAY, GEORGETOWN
                     C103 “THE COW” RADIO               AUTO ZONE AUTO PARTS OF HILL-
       WAYNOKA NEWSLETTER          BROWN COUNTY PRESS   sORO, WEST UNION, GEORGETOWN,
              HIGHLAND SUN & HIGHLAND CO. PRESS         WASHINGTON CH, AND MT ORAB
         CLERMONT SUN                PEOPLES DEFENDER   HAUKE’S AUTOCARE, GEORGETOWN
                                                        PAMIDA INC., GEORGETOWN
                         NEWS DEMOCRAT
                                                        HEDRICK’S GARAGE, PEEBLES
         TIMES GAZETTE              PEEBLES MESSENGER   HIGHLAND LANES, HILLSBORO
                       WAYNOKA SECURITY                 BROWN CO AUTOMOTIVE, MT ORAB
                        OTHER SPONSORS                  FIRST SAFETY BANK, GEORGETOWN
      FIRST STATE BANK OF ADAMS COUNTY IN WINCHESTER    ALLEY 21 NEIGHBORHOOD GRILL, HILLSBORO
              STIHL’S REEL IN THE OUTDOORS WITH         ROCKAUTO.COM
                    JOE THOMAS OF MILFORD               O’REILLY AUTO PARTS, WEST UNION , HILLSBORO
                       SARDINIA PHARMACY                & WASHINGTON C.H.
        DONALD E. FENDER REALTY-AGENTS JIM BRIDGES,     EQUIPMENT SUPERSTORE, GEORGETOWN
                                                        SECRET GARDEN FLORIST, SARDINIA
               LIZ DOSS, RISA BOONE, & TIM ROSS
                                                        CAR QUEST AUTO PARTS, HILLSBORO
                   BLUE FLAME OF HILLSBORO              NEWS DEMOCRAT
                 COMMAC FOODS OF WEST UNION             BUTTERBEE’S AMERICAN GRILL, MT ORAB
            MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF MT. ORAB         DOMINO’S PIZZA
                     MT. ORAB FOOD COURT                GOLD STAR CHILI, GEORGETOWN
                  RENT-2-OWN OF GEORGETOWN              APPLEGATES HARDWARE, GEORGETOWN
                MARTIN’S SUPERVALU OF SARDINIA          HUNAN PALACE, GEORGETOWN
                  OLD “Y” RESTAURANT ON RT 62           THE HOME PLACE, GEORGETOWN
             THE ECLECTIC MOOSE OF RUSSELLVILLE         CVS PHARMACY, GEORGETOWN
                                                        BIG BOY’S TOYS, ABERDEEN
               CARPET OUTLET ON TRI-COUNTY RD.
                                                        FIRESIDE RESTAURANT, GEORGETOWN
               CARRIAGE TRADE OF GEORGETOWN             SARDINIA AUTO REPAIR
                DeCLAIRE INSURANCE OF SARDINIA          FIFTH-THIRD SECURITIES, GEORGETOWN
            BROWN COUNTY MOTORS OF RUSSELLVILLE         SEARS, GEORGETOWN

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                     Lake Waynoka Lounge
                 Lake Waynoka Lounge Under new management

                                     November’s Events

     EveryMonday –     Happy Hour Domestic Beers only 7-9pm
     EveryTuesday -    8-ball Tournament 7:30 pm
     EveryWednesday – Euchre Night – 8:00 pm (excluding Nov. 24th)
     EveryThursday – Open pool
     EveryFriday and Saturday – D.J, Karaoke, Live Bands
                     Call 446-2012 for info
     Sunday –         FOOTBALL all day – open at 1:00

     Closed November 25th - Happy Thanksgiving
             Monday and Tuesday                                          4:00 - 11:00 PM
             Wednesday and Thursday                                      4:00 - 12:00 AM
             Friday and Saturday                                         4:00 - 1:00 AM
             Sunday                                                      1:00 - 11:00 PM
                                                     GRINDER PUMP REMINDER
     	    	   Christmas	is	around		 	             Your grinder pump is not a garbage disposal. The following
     	    	   the	corner!!	A	great		 	            items should never be put in your system:
                                                           *Egg shells *Fish scales *Cat litter
     	    	   Gift		idea.		We	have	                        *Diapers, socks, rags or cloth of any kind
                                                           *Personal hygiene products *Oils or grease
     some	Tee	Shirts,	sweatshirts,	                        *Strong chemicals (drain cleaner)
                                                           *Glass or metal objects.
     and	hats	in	stock	or	you	can	                If the above items are introduced into the system it could
                                                  result in premature failure of the pump and require service.
     place	an	order.		                            If the red light on the electric box is on it means the pump
                                                  is not working properly. Please call Security if you see your
                                                  light or your neighbors light on. Security will dispatch our
                                                  mechanics. 937-446-3214.
     Call	Diana	DeVol	at	446-1702                   **DURING POWER OUTAGES WATER USAGE SHOULD
                                                                    BE KEPT TO A MINIMUM**

                                                          REPORT ALL ELECTRIC OUTAGES
          Classified                               Dial 1-800-543-5599 to report an outage. Everyone should
                                                   report an outage immediately, the TOTAL NUMBER of
                                                   phone calls received in DUKE’S automated report system
      DOCKS/DECKS CLEANED & STAINED                determines priority of repair.
      CALL BILL @ 446-4039                         The more calls – the faster the response to our area.


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   WAYNOKA PROPERTY OWNER’S ASSOCIATION, INC.                                                                                 PRSRT STD
   This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer.                                                             U.S. POSTAGE
   1 Waynoka Drive – Lake Waynoka                                                                                                 PAID
   Lake Waynoka, Ohio 45171                                                                                                GEORGETOWN, OH
                                                                                                                                  45121
                                                                                                                            PERMIT NO. 133




   Waynoka News

        EDITOR
       Leslie Poole


                                                                               WAYNOKA MARINA
                      Lake Waynoka                                                         14 Beach Cove, Sardinia, Ohio
                                                                                       937-446-4429 Marina
        ADMINISTRATION OFFICE HOURS
                     Monday – Friday                                                     Open Daily
                     8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
                     Saturday
                                                                                     9:00 am to 5:00 pm
                     8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                                    Friday & Saturday open till 7:00
                   Closed for Thanksgiving                                           Closed Wednesday
                  November 25th, 26th, & 27th                                We now have 20lb & 30lb Propane Tanks
                                                                               Stop by, we are here for your needs.
       WPOA accepts Visa, MasterCard & Discover




                REFERENCE NUMBERS                                             Waynoka Restaurant
      Admin. Office                                   937-446-3232
      Security                                        937-446-3214
      Rec. Center
      Lounge
                                                      937-446-1778
                                                      937-446-2012     CLOSED FOR THE WINTER
      Restaurant                                      937-446-3774
      Marina                                          937-446-4429
      Campground                                      937-446-2887

                         www.lakewaynoka.com

               WPOA BOARD                       Any opinion expressed in this             WRWSD BOARD
               OF TRUSTEES                    newsletter reflects only the opinion         OF TRUSTEES
                                                  of the author and does not
     Tim Redick...................….President necessarily constitute an opinion of Steve Johnson....................President
     Joan Conners….….…VicePresident the W.P.O.A., its Board of Directors Ron Gloss..................Vice President
     Bert Freeman...……….….Secretary                or any other individual.        John Buskey......................Treasurer
     Betty Purdin……..……....Treasurer                                                            Larry Doughman...............Secretary
     George Kinney.............Mbr. at Large              Advertising in this newsletter        Betty Purdin...............Mbr. at Large
     Steve Johnson            John McDulin                  is not an endorsement of            Gordon Rider                Tim Redick
     Rudy Lindy                  Jim Meyer                     products or services.
                                                                                                Eric Kirk
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