October 9_ 2009 - Lake of the Woods by zhouwenjuan


									Vol. 7, No. 9                                                          540.972.2237                                                                          October 9, 2009

                                            Lake of The Woods
 REMINDERS                                   Association, Inc.
LOWA Board of Directors Meeting             Board Of Directors
   October 21 at 2 PM, LLCH
                                            Special Resolution
   Final weekend for season               (Adopting Special Assessment to Fund
    at Marina is Oct 10-11               Modifications to and Maintenance of the
                                                Lake of the Woods Dam)

                                        WHEREAS, the Lake of the Woods Main Dam is
                                    a recreational facility owned by the Association and a
                                    portion of the Lake of the Woods common areas; and,
                                        WHEREAS, under the Declaration of Restrictions
                                    of Lake of the Woods, Inc. (the “Declaration”) the As-
                                    sociation is responsible for the maintenance, repair
                                    and upkeep of property conveyed to the Association,
  LOWA offices will be closed       including all recreational facilities and amenities; and,
 October 12 for Columbus Day                                                                                                                             Photo by Lisa Naghshineh
                                        WHEREAS, the Commonwealth of Virginia has
                                    mandated that the Association cause certain modifica-
                                                                                                  Lake of the Woods Association of Orange County, Virginia, has
                                    tions to be made to the Lake of the Woods Main Dam;         signed a $4,751,810 contract with Faulconer Construction Com-
    Coffee and Conversation         and,                                                        pany for the construction of a 190-foot spillway addition to its
   with members of the Board            WHEREAS, the Board of Directors finds that it is        main dam. Faulconer Construction’s President Jack W. Sanford,
                 October 24         in the best interest of the Association to comply with      Jr., (on left) and LOWA President Bruce Kay (on right) signed the
                 9 to 11 AM         the requirements of the Commonwealth of Virginia            agreement on Thursday, October 1, at the LOWA Clubhouse on the
                 To register        with respect to the Main Dam; and,                          shore of the 500-acre lake.
                call 972-2214           WHEREAS, the Virginia Property Owners Asso-               “Faulconer Construction was selected after a competitive pro-
                                    ciations Act authorizes the Board of Directors to levy      posal review of eight nationally qualified companies,” said Kay.
                                    a special assessment if the proceeds are used prima-
                                                                                                “Their proposal met stringent engineering, safety, quality, price
   See New October Specials         rily for areas of association responsibility, including
                                    capital expenditures; and,
                                                                                                and schedule requirements.”
      at Fareways (p. 11)                                                                         The spillway construction is the result of Virginia’s requirement
                                        WHEREAS, the Board has concluded that the ex-
                                    penses of bringing the Main Dam into compliance             that the dam meet the Commonwealth’s highest safety require-
 9-holes of golf and cart for $16   with the requirements of the Commonwealth of                ments. Construction will start October 10 and is expected to be
        (M-F after 4 PM)            Virginia and the expenses should be paid with the           completed by January 2011.
                                    proceeds of a special assessment; and,
     Come enjoy the final               WHEREAS, the Board deems it appropriate and
                                                                                                hundred dollars ($400.00) each, plus interest at the rate of 6% per annum on all
      Hunter Horse Show             in the best interest of the Association and its members
                                                                                                amounts paid after December 1, 2009. Those installments shall be payable on
                                    to permit the members to elect to pay the special
     at Equestrian Center                                                                       December 1, 2009, (principal only), and on June 1, 2010 (principal and accrued
                                    assessment in one, two or three installments but that
     Saturday, October 17.                                                                      interest) and August 1, 2010 (principal and accrued interest).
                                    those who choose to pay the special assessment in
    Activities begin at 9 AM                                                                        AND IT IS FURTHER, RESOLVED, that the proceeds of the said special
                                    more than one installment should pay a reasonable
                                                                                                assessment shall be used primarily for Lake of the Woods Main Dam and spill-
                                    rate of interest on the deferred installments in order
        www.LOWA.org                                                                            way maintenance and for modifications necessary to comply with the require-
                                    that all owners are treated fairly.
                                                                                                ments of the Commonwealth of Virginia, including, without limitation, the

                                        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that
                                                                                                repayment of any financing obtained for these purposes.
                                    the Board of Directors hereby adopts a special assess-
                                                                                                    DULY ADOPTED at a regular meeting of the Board of Directors of Lake of
                                    ment in the amount of ONE THOUSAND TWO
                                                                                                the Woods Association, Inc., on October 3, 2009.
Association News            2-9     HUNDRED ($1,200) against each Lake of the Woods
                                                                                                                                                              Bruce Kay, President
                                    Lot. The said special assessment shall be due and
Board Meeting Minutes       3-6                                                                 ATTEST: Margaret Darby, Secretary
                                    payable on December 1, 2009. Notwithstanding the
Committee Reports           7-9     foregoing, any Lot owner may:
Calendar of Events 11-12, 17-18         1. pay the special assessment in two installments                                         NOTICE
Viewpoints                   20     of six hundred dollars ($600.00) each, plus interest at
Orange County News           22
                                    the rate of 6% per annum on all amounts paid after             The Back Gate will be closed October
                                    December 1, 2009. Those installments shall be due on
ECC Permits & Transfers      25     December 1, 2009 (principal only) and on June, 1,                      12 thru October 23
Classifieds               26-27     2010 (principal and accrued interest); or, 2. pay the                              See article on page 22 for details.
                                    said special assessment in three installments of four
                  ASSOCIATION NEWS
Lake Currents

                                               President’s Letter                                                                                 LAKE OF THE WOODS BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                                                          by Bruce Kay                                                                              Board Meeting Tentative Agenda
                                                   All of the processes of starting the dam program are                                                   Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 2 PM
                                               under way. The contract has been signed, State grant                                                             Lower Level Clubhouse
                                               funds committed, StellarOne Bank loan commitment
                                               received and the special assessment decided.                                                1. Call to Order
                                                   Your Board acknowledges that there are mixed feel-                                      2. Approval of Agenda
                                               ings within the community regarding its decisions on                                        3. Approval of Minutes: October 3, 2009
                                               moving forward with the project. There has been much                                        4. Member Comments on Business Agenda
                                               open debate on this issue over the last eight years. No
                                                                                                                                           5. Unfinished Business
                                               matter what our decision would be, there will be those
                                                                                                                                           6. New Business
                                               who will say we were wrong. To all of you in our com-
                                               munity, I say this, “The Board of Directors has looked at                                   6.1 Consideration of 401K Plan.
                                               every possibility, sought out legal and technical advice                                    6.2 Discussion of Stormwater Management Guidance Report
                                               and listened to our members. Having done all of this,                                       6.3 Discussion of Reserve Study
                  and with the best interests of those living at the Lake in mind, we have made the de-                                    6.4 Discussion of Collections Procedures
                  cision and will work diligently to insure that the project is completed safely and                                       6.5 Consideration of Revision to Regulation IV.G. Other Activities
                  within cost.”                                                                                                                (First Reading) (Littering)
                      We cannot lose sight of the fact that there are many other areas within our com-                                     6.6 Consideration of Revision to Regulation XIV.E.2. Schedule of Penalties for
                  munity on which the Board and Administration must continue working. The Fiscal                                               Violations (First Reading) (Virginia Boating Safety Education Requirement)
                  Year 2010 budget process has started and budget hearings will begin in November.                                         7. Open Board Discussion
                  Membership will be kept informed of progress on all of our projects through Board                                        8. Member General Comments
                  meetings, Lake Currents, Channel 18 and emails. Also, the Coffee and Conversation
                                                                                                                                           9. Scheduled Meetings:
                  get-togethers have been started again, with the first one scheduled for October 24
                                                                                                                                              Coffee and Conversation, Saturday, October 24, 2009, Clubhouse, 9 AM
                  from 9 AM to 11 AM at the Clubhouse.
                                                                                                                                              Board Meeting, Saturday, November 7, 2009, Lower Level Clubhouse, 10 AM
                                                                                                                                              Board Meeting, Wednesday, November 18, 2009, Lower Level Clubhouse, 2 PM
                                                                                                                                           10. Adjournment
                      As of November 9, 2009, ECC will not be accepting any tree removal requests
                  until the spring. The exception to the latter would be if the tree presented a
                  hazardous/ dangerous condition.
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                                                 Board of Directors, LOWA, Inc.                                                           General Manager:       Ted Wessel (lowgm@LOWA.org)
                                                 Send email to the Board at: board@LOWA.org                                               Asst. General Manager:
                                                 President:        Bruce Kay
                                                 Vice President: Jeff Flynn                                                                                      Editorial Staff
                                                 Treasurer:        Olive Kelly                                                            President of the Board         General Manager
                                                 Secretary:        Margaret Darby                                                         Communications Coordinator: Melanie Parmelee (communications @LOWA.org)
                                                 Directors:        Neil Buttimer, Tom Sheridan,                                           Communications Assistant:      Lisa Naghshineh (lakecurrents@LOWA.org)
                                                                   Pat Rowland                                                            Publications Editor:           Ruth Hood (editor@LOWA.org)

                  Lake Currents The official newsletter of the Lake of the Woods Association, Inc. (USPS 872-400) is published bi-weekly for its membership. Non-members $20 per year (26
                  issues). Periodical postage rate paid at Locust Grove, VA 22508. Visit our web site at: www.LOWA.org. ITEMS FOR PUBLICATION in the newsletter must be received in the
                  Association office by noon on the Monday after publication for the next publication or by the preceding Friday if Monday is a holiday. All advertising and articles need to be sub-
                  mitted via email to lakecurrents@LOWA.org. ADVERTISING: Acceptance of an advertisement in the Association’s newsletter does not constitute a recommendation of the
                  advertiser or approval of the advertisement by LOWA, Inc. Classified ads may be accepted at 40 cents per word when accompanied by currency or check made payable to LOWA,
                  Inc. by Monday after publication to be included in the following publication. Call the communications office (540) 972-2278 for details about other display advertisements which
                  must be prepaid (unless other arrangements are made) and which are due in the Association office by noon on the Monday after publication for the next publication or by the
                  preceding Friday if Monday is a holiday. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to LOWA, Inc., 102 Lakeview Pkwy, Locust Grove, VA 22508
                                                                                                                                         ASSOCIATION NEWS

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Lake Currents
                   Lake of The Woods Association, Inc.                                                          nesses along Route in the past month, and the Sheriff’s office would appreciate any
                                                                                                                information from citizens to help solve this case.
       Board of Directors Meeting Minutes                                                                           Traffic accidents are at a 10-year low in Orange County, even though there are
            October 3, 2009, 10:00 AM, Community Center                                                         over 5000 more licensed drivers in the county than there were in 1999. It is felt that
                                                                                                                the commitment of two deputies to full-time traffic detail, increased enforcement
Note: These minutes are provided to the membership for review and are unapproved.                               locally and by State Police, and assistance from VDOT has contributed to the good results.
They will be presented at the next Board of Directors meeting for approval.                                         The Sheriff’s Office has received two new GPS units that can be installed on
                                                                                                                vehicles and vehicle movement monitored from the office.
Present                             Others                                                                          Two new officers have been hired, one for patrol and one for animal control. One
Bruce Kay, President                Ted Wessel, General Manager                                                 other candidate is attending patrol school.
Jeff Flynn, Vice President          Linda Hiross, Recorder (from 10 AM)                                             7. Report from Security: Captain Elliott reported that there were 221 complaints
Margaret Darby, Secretary                                                                                       received in September, and 49 traffic summonses issued. There were three arrests, all
Olive Kelly, Treasurer                                                                                          involving alcohol violations. Eighty new vehicles were registered and there were
Neil Buttimer                                                                                                   four vandalism incidents.
Tom Sheridan                                                                                                        8. Report for LOW Volunteer Fire & Rescue: Tom Cornell reported that in
Pat Rowland                                                                                                     September Rescue ran 45 calls in LOW and 46 calls in the rest of Orange County.
                                                                                                                The Fire Department ran eight EMS calls, responded to ten MVA’s, prepped one
    1. Call to Order: With a quorum present, President Bruce Kay called the meet-                               landing zone for a helicopter, and had one hazmat incident, two fire alarms, one tree
ing to order at 8 AM in the Community Center.                                                                   fire due to a power line, and two structure fires and several miscellaneous calls.
    2. Executive Session: Motion by Buttimer, second by Rowland, passed unani-                                  There were 11 calls from inside LOW and 18 calls from the county.
mously, to enter into Executive Session at 8:15 AM.                                                                 9. Report from Orange County School Board Representative: Jim Hopkins
    Motion by Rowland, second by Buttimer, passed unanimously, to enter into Open                               reported that OC public schools is working with the Rappahannock/Rapidan
Session at 10:03 AM, and to affirm that the Board met earlier in Executive Session                              Regional Health Authority to make flu vaccinations available to all students. Free
and only discussed topics regarding personal, personnel, contractual and/or legal                               clinics will be conducted by the Health Department nurses in all Orange County
matters.                                                                                                        schools when the vaccine becomes available. Vaccination is voluntary and parental
    3. Approval of Agenda:                                                                                      permission will be required.
    Motion by Darby, second by Sheridan, to approve the Agenda. Motion by                                           LOW’s back gate will be closed for a couple of weeks from October 12-23 to
Buttimer, second by Darby, passed unanimously, to delete Item 14.6: Consideration                               allow for installation of the sewer system for the new middle school. LOW mainte-
to Purchase LOWA Property. Vote on the original motion as amended passed unani-                                 nance has given early notice to members by posting closing signs at the back gate.
mously.                                                                                                             10. Report of Officers:
    4. Approval of Minutes of September 16, 2009.                                                                   President Kay reported that the Board held a retreat this past week. Action items
    Motion by Darby, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to approve the                                     that emerged from this gathering will be published in Lake Currents. A five-year
minutes of the September 16, 2009 Board meeting.                                                                lease agreement with the Lions Club for the Velona Building was completed last

                                                                                                                                                                                                                        October 9, 2009
    5. Report of Orange County District Supervisor: District 5 Supervisor Lee                                   Friday. A loan commitment has been received from StellarOne bank for $5 million
Frame reported that a lawsuit has been filed against Orange County subsequent to                                for the dam construction. The contract with Faulconer Construction was signed on
their recent approval of Walmart, brought by a coalition of conservation groups in                              October 1.
partnership with several individuals. He reviewed the four claims made in the lawsuit                               Approval of Committee Appointments: Motion by Flynn, second by Buttimer,
and orders requested by the plaintiffs, and said the cost of litigation will have to be                         passed unanimously, to approve the following committee changes as listed in the
paid by the taxpayers. Orange County will be asking for a dismissal.                                            memo dated September 29, 2009:
    County stickers will be distributed to residents along with the next county tax                                 Name                                Status          Committee
billing, to allow residents entry to the county landfill and convenience centers.                                   Roxanne Kessler                     Voting          Rules
    The county will be signing a contract in the next few days to purchase land for a                               David Ketch                         Voting          Pools & Fitness
new Fire and Rescue station at Mine Run, which should improve service to that area                                  Kerry Sipe                          Voting          Communications
of Orange County and supplement needs in the northeastern sector of the county. The                                 Costa Apostolakis                   Alternate       Communications
land is being purchased with county funds, but we have also applied for a $2M stim-                                 Penny Siegel                        Alternate       Communications
ulus grant from the government to help with the costs.                                                              Betsy Wilson                        Alternate       Clubhouse
    A 23-month-old toddler was killed a few days ago by the family dog. The county                                  David Francis                       Advisor         Finance
attorney was already working on drafting new ordinances with regard to dogs, but                                    Bill Grogan                         Resign          Legal & Compliance
the new ordinances proposed would not have been relevant in this particular case.                                   Frederick Wellman                   Resign          Lake Users
    6. Report of Orange County Sheriff: Officer Tim Murphy reported that during
                                                                                                                    Briefly, Ms. Kelly reported that in the first four months of the fiscal year, average
the month of September there were 2738 calls for service, bringing the year-to-date
                                                                                                                expenses per month were about $521,000 compared to average revenues of
total to 25,495. There were 54 warrants and 995 civil papers served, and 341 traffic
                                                                                                                $689,000. This reflects a positive budget variance, which is good news. Quarterly
summonses issued. In LOW, there were 47 calls for service and 79 civil papers
                                                                                                                financial reports will be published in Lake Currents in the near future in place of the
served. There were 53 traffic tickets written on Route 3 alone, bringing the year-to-
                                                                                                                monthly reporting schedule used in the past.
date total to 324.
                                                                                                                    Motion by Darby, second by Rowland, passed unanimously, to bar Jane Dabney
    As the result of a Blue Ridge Narcotics Task Force initiative on September 4,
                                                                                                                and Margaret Floyd from LOW until their fines are paid in full.
marijuana and firearms were seized. There was one arrest for possession of drugs and
a firearm, and a second arrest is pending. He also reported several break-ins at busi-                                                                                                See Minutes , p.4

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Lake Currents

                  Minutes , from p. 3                                                                                                The stormwater management report is now available, and will be discussed at the
                      Motion by Darby, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to deny the appeal of                             October 21 Board meeting.
                  Thomas Curry.                                                                                                      12. Committee Reports: Jim Drabant, Finance Committee Chair, reported that
                      Motion by Darby, second by Rowland, passed unanimously, to accept the appeal                               the budget hearings have been rescheduled to November. The Planning Committee
                  of Robert Diaz.                                                                                                will be attending the Finance Committee budget review sessions; this will shorten
                      Motion by Darby, second by Rowland, passed unanimously, to suspend the driv-                               the timeframe for the budget process and avoid repetition of material reviewed. The
                  ing privileges within LOW of Robert Nave, Jr. and David Staab, III for 90 days.                                committee is awaiting the release of the Reserve Study. He is working on articles for
                      Motion by Darby, second by Rowland, passed unanimously, to suspend the driv-                               Lake Currents that will keep members informed on important LOW finance and
                  ing privileges within LOW of Kevin Bradshaw for one year.                                                      budget issues.
                      11. Report of General Manager: GM Ted Wessel reported that a demolition                                        Des Flanagan, Planning Chair, reported that the Committee is focusing on the
                  permit has been obtained and a demolition contract signed for removal of the house                             Five-year Plan with joint hearings on the 2010 budget scheduled for November, to be
                  on Yorktown Boulevard, and work should begin next week.                                                        followed by land-use planning hearings focusing on the 2011-14 budget. He encour-
                      The back gate mechanics continue to work sporadically due to card reader mal-                              aged members to contact the committee with their ideas.
                  functions, but administration is still working on correcting the problem. He said he                               13. Member Comments on Business Agenda: One member praised the open-
                  will contact RSA regarding the concerns surrounding the planned work on Route 601                              ness of the Board relative to communication; however, the agenda for this meeting
                  to mitigate inconvenience to our members who use the back gate.                                                was not published in a timely way and members do not have enough information on
                      The deadline for the installation of house posts was October 1. Enforcement may                            dam financing plans.
                  be delayed for a while to give members more time to accomplish installation.                                       14. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
                      He said his office is trying to identify good candidates to fill the Assistant Gen-                            14.1 Consideration of Proposed Amendment to LOWA Bylaws Section D.2.
                  eral Manager’s position and a Director of Finance. He is also working with Security                            (First Reading)
                  on preparing an improved monthly report for our members.                                                           Motion by Sheridan, second by Darby, passed unanimously, that the Rules Com-
                      He said he gets more than 100 emails a day, and asked members to be patient as                             mittee prepare for publication in the next available Lake Currents the text of the for-
                  he tries to find a good system that will allow him to respond more quickly.                                    mulated proposal to change Section D.2—All Other Committees, of the LOWA
                                                                                                                                 Bylaws, together with a request for members of the Association to submit comments
                                                                                                                                 to the Board by November 25, 2009, for consideration during the Board meeting of
                     LAKE OF THE WOODS LAW FIRM                                                                                  December 5, 2009.
                                                                                                                                     Motion by Rowland, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to amend the pro-
                                                                                                                                 posal to change Bylaws Section D.2. by amending subparagraph e. by adding to the

                   GETTY & ASSOCIATES, P.C                                                                                       proposed language the following:
                                                                                                                                     “Whenever any Committee plans to submit to the Board of Directors a proposal
                                                                                                                                 which would require the changing of any existing amenity, Bylaw, Regulation or fee,
                       ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW                                                                          it shall invite public comment by the membership at a hearing held no less than
                                                                                                                                 seven days after a notice of said hearing, and the text of the change will be published
October 9, 2009

                                                                                                                                 in the Association publication and on its website prior to it being submitted to the
                                                                                                                                 Board. When the Board receives a committee-approved proposal, it may refer it to
                                                                       972-7600                                                  such other committee or committees as may be involved for review and recommen-
                                                                                                                                 dations. Those committees may, but are not required to, conduct additional hearings.
                                                             4258 Germanna Highway, Suite E                                      Further, the Rules Committee is requested to change any other Regulation or Bylaw
                                                                  Locust Grove, VA 22508                                         to conform with this amendment.”
                                                                                                                                     Vote on the original motion as amended passed unanimously.
                                                                               Mailing Address                                       14.2 Consideration of Revision to Regulation IV.G—Other Activities. (First
                                                                                P.O. Box 1040                                    Reading) Motion by Flynn, second by Darby, that the Rules Committee prepare for
                                                                      Locust Grove, VA 22508                                     publication in the next available Lake Currents the text of the formulated proposal to
                                                                                                                                 change Regulation IV.G—Other Activities, together with a request for members of
                                                                       Fax: 540-972-0880                                         the Association to submit comments to the Board by November 25, 2009, for consid-
                                                                                                                                 eration during the Board meeting of December 5, 2009.
                                                         email: info@gettyandassociates.com
                                                                                                                                     Motion by Buttimer, second by Darby, passed unanimously, to table the motion to
                                                                                                                                 a future meeting.
                    A FULL SERVICE LAW FIRM CONCENTRATING IN                                                                         14.3 Consideration of Revision to Regulation XIV.E.2—Schedule of Penalties
                                                                                                                                 for Violations. (First Reading) Motion by Buttimer, second by Sheridan, passed
                               Real Estate Settlement                                                                            unanimously, to table the motion to a future meeting.
                                                                                                                                     14.4 Consideration of Special Assessment for the Main Dam spillway
                       Corporation Formation & Counsel                                                                           improvement project.
                         Real Estate Matters & Litigation                                                                            Motion by Kelly, second by Sheridan, that LOWA adopt a special assessment to
                                                                                                                                 fund modifications to and maintenance of the LOWA dams in accordance with the
                                   Civil Litigation                           LOW and                                            Resolution contained in the Board package.
                                                                            surrounding                                              Motion by Buttimer, second by Flynn, passed unanimously, to amend the Resolu-
                              Wills, Trusts & Estates                                                                            tion to eliminate those items that relate to the Keaton’s Run Lake dam.
                          Divorce & Domestic Relations                                                                               Motion by Buttimer, second by Sheridan, to amend the motion to change the
                                                                            since 1995!                                          amount of the proposed assessment on line 3 of paragraph 9 of the Resolution from
                                   Personal Injury                                                                               $1410 to $1200, and that the other financial figures in the paragraph be adjusted to
                                                                                                                                 reflect this change.
                       Criminal Representation & Litigation                                                                          Vote on the motion: Yea: Sheridan, Buttimer and Rowland. Nay: Flynn, Kelly and
                             and Other Legal Matters                                                                             Darby. President Kay voted “yea” to break the tie. Motion passed.
                                                                                                                                     Vote on the original motion as amended: Yea: Sheridan, Buttimer, Rowland and
                                        ~ Local Attorneys To Serve You ~                                                         Darby. Nay: Kelly and Flynn. Motion passed.
                                                                                                                                     14.5 Consideration of StellarOne Bank Loan.
                                    FREDERICK J. GETTY, ESQ.                                                                         Motion by Kelly, second by Darby, passed unanimously, to authorize the Lake of
                                                                                                                                 the Woods Association to enter into a loan agreement with StellarOne Bank in the
                     DAVID R. DANIELI, ESQ. BRIAN A. CHOISSER, ESQ.                                                              amount of five million dollars ($5,000,000).
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                              BRADFORD E. GOODWIN, ESQ.                                                                              15. NEW BUSINESS There was no new business.
                                                                                                                                     16. General Member Comments: One member asked what happened to the
                                                                                                                                 low-cost loan offered by the State (it was a non-negotiable 15-year bond with other

                     CALL 540/972-7600                              FOR     APPOINTMENT!                                         unfavorable terms, requirements and interest rates); another member noted that we
                                                                                                                                                                                               See Minutes , p. 5
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                                                                                                                                                                                   Lake Currents
Minutes , from p. 4                                                                         of clear supervisory, reporting and follow-through responsibilities. These deficien-
                                                                                            cies will need to be remediated to insure proper and timely processing of proposed
are signing a contract for the dam prior to receiving the $1M loan, that the complete
                                                                                            changes to LOWA Regulations and By-laws.
terms of the loan are not known to members, that the loan and assessment processes
                                                                                                5. Approval of Committee Appointments:
seem to be moving too quickly, and the December 1, 2009, due date for the dam
                                                                                                Motion by Flynn, second by Buttimer, passed unanimously, to approve the
assessment is going to present a hardship for some members; one member thanked
                                                                                            following committee changes: (D-09-66)
the Board for the real estate Open House; a member admonished the Board for pro-
                                                                                                Name                    Status            Committee
ceeding with the dam contract and loan, and another said LOWA erred years ago by
                                                                                                David LeMay             Voting            Nominating
not challenging DCR through the courts on the state’s reclassification of the dam.
                                                                                                Andrew Siegel           Voting            Rules
    17. Scheduled Meetings:
                                                                                                Robert Warful           Voting            Rules
    • Board Meeting: Wednesday, October 21, 2009, at 2 PM in the
                                                                                                Alan Berry              Alternate         Lake Users
      lower level of the Clubhouse.
                                                                                                Jim Wyant               Alternate         Lake Users
    • Coffee and Conversation with the Board, Saturday, October 24, 9-11 AM,
                                                                                                Stacy Buchanan          Resign            Safety & Security
      at the Clubhouse.
                                                                                                Kenneth Boheim          Resign            Nominating
    • Board Meeting: Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 10 AM in the
      lower level of the Clubhouse.                                                            6. Member Comments on Business Agenda: There were no comments from
    18. Adjournment: President Kay adjourned the meeting at 11:50 AM.                       members on the Business Agenda.
                                                                                               7. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
                                                     Margaret Darby, LOWA Secretary            7.1 Presentation by PBGH Accountants on the Lake of the Woods Audit Report.
                                                                                               Mr. Wessel distributed copies of the final LOWA Audit report for the Fiscal Year
                    Lake of The Woods Association, Inc.                                     ending April 30, 2009 to the Board members. Two accountants representing the
 Board of Directors Meeting and Workshop                                                    accounting firm of PBGH were in attendance and answered several questions from
                                                                                            Directors Buttimer, Kay and Sheridan.
                  September 16, 2009, 2 PM, Clubhouse                                                                                                     See Minutes , p. 6
Note: These are the approved minutes.

Present                              Others
Bruce Kay, President                 Ted Wessel, General Manager

                                                                                                         HEALTH FAIR
Jeff Flynn, Vice President           Linda Hiross, Recorder
Margaret Darby, Secretary
Olive Kelly, Treasurer
Neil Buttimer
Tom Sheridan

                                                                                                     Wednesday, October 14, 2009

                                                                                                                                                                                   October 9, 2009
Pat Rowland
                                                                                                          5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
    1. Call to Order: With a quorum present, President Bruce Kay called the meet-
ing to order at 2:02 PM in the lower level of the Clubhouse.                                              WOODS CENTER
    Motion by Flynn, second by Darby, passed unanimously, to enter into Open Ses-
sion at 2:03 PM, and to affirm that the Board met on September 9, 2009 in Executive
Session and only discussed topics regarding personal, personnel, contractual and/or                                          Introducing
legal matters.
    President Kay announced he has received two inspection reports from the engi-
neering firm of Dewberry and Davis, one for each of our dams, dated March of 2008,
which were passed to the Lakes Manager by former GM John Bailey a week ago.                          GENESIS FITNESS
The report on the main dam identified no safety issues, but recommended several
changes/improvements relative to non-safety modifications. He said he has met with
appropriate staff members and dam consultants to review these reports, and some of
the changes can easily be done by our own maintenance department. The report on
                                                                                                      Come and learn the truth about health and exercise.
Keaton’s Run dam recommended some spillway modifications, but also noted no                          With 27 years of combined personal and group training
safety issues. Dam Project Manager Gregg Newhouse and A. Morton Thomas Engi-                          experience, Derille Heuskin and Jennifer Zukowski
neering will review this report to identify any urgent need for remediation in advance                can work with you to create a body that is healthier,
of renewing our conditional permit with the State which is due to expire in 2010, and                    stronger, and more fit that you ever imagined,
prepare a report prior to the October 3, 2009 Board meeting.                                                        at a price you can afford.
    2. Approval of Agenda: Motion by Buttimer, second by Sheridan, passed unani-
mously, to amend the Agenda by adding Item 8.4: Consideration of Board Resolution
on the Classification of the Main Dam.
    3. Approval of Minutes of August 1, 2009, August 19, 2009, August 30, 2009,                                       Exercise and Nutrition
September 7, 2009 and September 9, 2009.                                                                    are key to having a healthy mind and body,
    Motion by Darby, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to approve the min-                                   and living the life you want.
utes of the August 1, 2009 Board meeting.
    Motion by Darby, second by Flynn, passed unanimously, to approve the minutes               We would like to share our fitness vision for Lake of the Woods,
of the August 19, 2009 Board meeting.
                                                                                                along with nutritional information that, literally, save lives.
    Motion by Darby, second by Kelly, passed unanimously, to approve the minutes
of the August 30, 2009 Board meeting.
    Motion by Darby, second by Kelly, passed unanimously, to approve the minutes                Young and old, fit and not-so-fit, can have healthier lifestyles.
of the September 7, 2009 Annual Meeting of the Membership.                                                 Join us on October 14 to learn more.
    Motion by Darby, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to approve the min-
utes of the September 9, 2009 Board meeting.
    4. Report of the General Manager on Procedures for Changing Regulations                                          RSVP to 972-8880
and By-laws.
    General Manager Ted Wessel said he has reviewed the LOWA documents gov-
erning the proper procedures for making changes to Association regulations and By-
laws, and has determined that they contain numerous deficiencies, including wording
that is open to interpretation, lack of clear responsibility for specific tasks, and lack                                                                                             5
                  ASSOCIATION NEWS
Lake Currents

                  Minutes , from p. 5                                                                                             of the Board on the Classification of the Main Dam which states that the position of
                                                                                                                                  the LOWA Board of Directors is that the main dam should be classified by the
                      The report will be available in the Reading Room at the Holcomb Building for
                                                                                                                                  Virginia Soil and Water Conservation Board as a Significant Hazard Potential
                  members who want to review it.
                                                                                                                                  Impounding Structure.
                      8. NEW BUSINESS
                                                                                                                                      9. Board of Directors’ Goals for the Year:
                      8.1 Discussion of Employee Benefits Policy Renewal (Healthcare)
                                                                                                                                      Director Sheridan noted he will be working with Director Darby on developing a
                      General Manager Ted Wessel gave the Board an overview of the process fol-
                                                                                                                                  new business plan for the Woods Center and Fareways grill to find ways to increase
                  lowed by administration in reviewing the health insurance policy for LOWA employ-
                                                                                                                                  customer traffic and improve income.
                  ees. Anthem BC/BS had the best overall cost/benefits package and will continue as
                                                                                                                                      Treasurer Kelly said she will focus on streamlining accounting functions and
                  our health insurance provider for 2009-10, offering the same coverage with only two
                                                                                                                                  processes and continue to look at cost savings.
                  minor changes for a $1950 increase in premium.
                                                                                                                                      Secretary Darby will be working on a new business plan for the Woods Center
                      Phil Howard, LOWA’s insurance broker, reported to the Board at the end of the
                                                                                                                                  with Director Sheridan, and wants to explore ways to improve communications with
                  meeting that there was a small increase in the health insurance costs to the Associa-
                                                                                                                                  members and improve the overall appearance of residential properties.
                  tion, with only a slight change in prescription drug benefits (co-pay fee laddering
                                                                                                                                      Director Buttimer said his priorities would be to work on future planning to
                  change) and the cap. Five insurers were considered as carriers for dental coverage,
                                                                                                                                  establish a viable 5-Year Plan, and find ways to improve LOW’s image using both
                  and Met Life was selected with a small increase in the premium over last year.
                                                                                                                                  internal and external initiatives that will maintain property values.
                  LOWA life and disability insurance coverage will be underwritten by Mutual of Omaha.
                                                                                                                                      Vice President Flynn cited maintenance and stormwater management issues as
                      Motion by Buttimer, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to authorize the
                                                                                                                                  his priorities.
                  General Manager to enter into a contract with the appropriate carriers for renewal of
                                                                                                                                      President Kay asked Director Kelly and GM Ted Wessel to work together on the
                  employee health benefits.
                                                                                                                                  feasibility of establishing a contingency fund to cover maintenance-related ECC
                      8.2 Consideration of Revision to Regulation V.E.9: Use of Individually-
                                                                                                                                  expenses, which have been especially numerous this past year.
                  owned Property.
                                                                                                                                      10. General Member Comments: One member requested the Board’s permis-
                      Motion by Sheridan, second by Buttimer, to enact on a provisional basis and ap-
                                                                                                                                  sion to meet personally with LOWA legal counsel on behalf of the 1000 petitioners
                  prove revisions to Regulation V.E.9: Use of Individually-owned Property (address
                                                                                                                                  who oppose the upgrade of the dam; another member encouraged the Board not to
                  posts), by changing the wording from the current “4 inch” height requirement for the
                                                                                                                                  sign a contract for dam upgrade construction, hire new legal counsel, and send a
                  reflective address post house numbers to “3.5 inches”.
                                                                                                                                  Board representative to the Soil Water and Conservation Board meeting tomorrow to
                      Motion by Darby, second by Sheridan, passed unanimously, to change the pro-
                                                                                                                                  present the Board’s Resolution.
                  posed new wording of Regulation V.E.9: Use of Individually-owned Property (ad-
                                                                                                                                      One member encouraged the Board to find a way to get more members to return
                  dress posts) from the current “4 inch” height requirement for the reflective address
                                                                                                                                  ballots on the Referendum before the membership (deletion of Right of First Re-
                  post house numbers to “3 to 4 inches.”
                                                                                                                                  fusal), since not enough ballots have been returned for it to pass; another member felt
                      Vote on the original motion as amended passed unanimously.
                                                                                                                                  that the retention of Paragraph 17 of the LOWA Declaration of Restrictions now
                      8.3 Consideration of Construction Contract for the Dam.
                                                                                                                                  being re-considered by Referendum served as a tool for the Association, while ac-
                      Motion by Buttimer, second by Darby, passed unanimously, to authorize the Lake
                                                                                                                                  knowledging the disadvantages posed for those seeking VA mortgage loans.
                  of the Woods Association to enter into a contract, no earlier than September 21,
October 9, 2009

                                                                                                                                      11. Scheduled Meetings:
                  2009, with Faulconer Construction Company for the Lake of the Woods Main Dam
                                                                                                                                      • Board Retreat: Wednesday, September 30, 2009, 9 AM in Germanna Room
                  spillway improvement project, in the lump sum amount of $4,751,810.00, pending
                                                                                                                                        of the Clubhouse.
                  satisfactory resolution of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the
                                                                                                                                      • Board Meeting: Saturday, October 3, 2009, 10 AM, Community Center.
                  Commonwealth of Virginia.
                                                                                                                                      • Board Meeting: Wednesday, October 21, 2009, 2 PM, lower level Clubhouse.
                      8.4 Consideration of Board Resolution on the Classification of the Main
                                                                                                                                      • Board Meeting: Saturday, November 7, 2009, at 10 AM, lower level Clubhouse.
                                                                                                                                      12. Adjournment: President Kay adjourned the meeting at 3:07 PM
                      Motion by Buttimer, second by Darby, passed unanimously, to adopt the follow-
                                                                                                                                                                                        Margaret Darby, LOWA Secretary
                  ing Resolution: Director Neil Buttimer read into the record a copy of the Resolution
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                                                                                                                                                                                      Lake Currents
                         Tips from the Pro                                                            Clubhouse Manager’s Letter
                           by Rea Hargraves, PGA                                                                            by Joey Welsh
        PGA Professional: “Experts in the Game and Business of Golf”
                                                                                                                   The summer rush has ended, and while we had a great
                               On September 19-20, Lake of the Woods held the 2009                             three-month run June through August, we are slowing down to
                           Fall Two-Person Team Tournament. This year we had three                             off-season levels. This is the time of year we ask all of our
                           divisions: Men, Senior and Ladies.                                                  members to visit us and help support the Clubhouse. If every
                               The Men’s Division: Dave Lloyd and Tony Quimper                                 year-round resident visited just once a month, we would have
                           shot the Overall Low-Gross score of 75-73 = 148. The                                a busy and vibrant off-season. So, please come see us.
                           Overall Low-Net score was 130, shot by Don Smith and                                    Thanksgiving reservations are now being taken. These are
                           Marvin Snoddy.                                                                      on a first-come, first-served basis, so call early. We have lim-
                               The Senior Division: Bill Willingham and Sonny                                  ited seats, and this day does sell out. The seatings are in the af-
                           Weedon shot a 78-76 = 154 for the Overall Low-Gross.        ternoon, and we will not be open Thanksgiving evening. Last year was a sellout, and
                           The Overall Low-Net winners, George Chapin and Deo          if you ask anyone who attended, Nick and the rest of our staff put out a beautiful
                           Hardman, shot a 59-66 = 125.                                Thanksgiving dinner.
    The Ladies Division: Sandy Kenyon and Anne Thaxter shot a 77-87 = 164 for the          Five-dollar Burger night returns on Wednesday, November 4, and will be the first
Overall Low-Gross. Janice Mincey and Sue Richards were the Overall Low-Net             Wednesday of December, February, March and April.
Winners with a 73-59 =132.                                                                 This year we will be keeping our January break to a minimum. We will close Jan-
    On September 28, Lake of the Woods hosted the Jefferson District Regional Golf     uary 1 and then reopen on Wednesday January 13. Many members have asked for
Match. This match consisted of eight high schools: Orange, Western Albemarle,          this, so we expect everyone to come and support the month. January will be filled
William Monroe, Goochland, Monticello, Charlottesville, Fluvanna and Louisa. The       with many unique and valuable specials. You won’t want to miss it.
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future golfers! Congratulations!                                                       and your families. See you soon!
    I hope to see you on the course.
                                                                                                Fitness Center Has A New Addition
                                                                                                              by Daniel L. Greene, Fitness Volunteer
       Last Tennis Social for 2009 Season
                by Mary Ann Bailey, Member, Tennis Committee                                                 We have received, and installed for use, a brand-new, state-of-
                                                                                                         the-art, elliptical cross trainer. This brings us up to three elliptical
                               All LOW tennis players are invited to the last hur-                       cross trainers. Next to the four treadmills, the ellipticals are the next
                           rah for the 2009 season. The last social will begin at 10                     most popular pieces of equipment. This addition will definitely re-
                           AM on Saturday, October 10, at the courts in Holly-                           duce if not eliminate any wait time for use.
                           field Park. Play will begin at 10 AM followed by a                                Jennifer has developed an equipment guide form that is avail-

                                                                                                                                                                                      October 9, 2009
                           light lunch. Players are asked to bring a dish of your                        able at the Fitness Center. This form is crucial for the “Do-It-Your-
                           choice. Beverages will be provided. Grab your rackets                         self”ers in establishing and maintaining a good work out program.
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food. Contact Mary Ann or Hal Bailey at 972-7150 if you wish to participate. See                         tation. Just give either one of them a call to set up an appointment.
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Lake Currents

                      Where Your Assessment                                                          WHERE YOUR ASSESSMENT DOLLAR WAS SPENT
                        Dollar Was Spent                                                                                  $1127
                    by Jim Drabant, Chairman, Finance Committee                                           Reserves **
                                                                                                               13% / $140
                                                                                                                                                                      20% / $220
                       On numerous occasions, residents of Lake of the          Activities & Wellness
                  Woods have expressed their interest in how their as-                 3% / $35
                  sessment dollars are spent. In response to these in-
                  quiries, this article and graph are intended to provide             Golf                                                                                   Committees &
                  a summary of how your assessment dollars are being           Maintenance/ProLow                                                                          Community Service
                  spent.                                                             Go Shop                                                                                  10% / $110
                       One of the main objectives of the Finance Com-                6% / $72
                  mittee is to offer advice to the Board of Directors on
                  the expense-versus-revenue projections provided by
                  the Cost Center Managers. Most of our amenities do
                  not generate enough revenue to cover their respective             3% / $31
                  expenses. In these cases they are subsidized with                                                                                                             11% / $119
                  monies from our yearly assessments.                            Roads
                       The pie chart graphically illustrates how your          11% / $125
                  $1127 assessment was spent in the fiscal year ending
                  in April 30, 2009, to subsidize each amenity/cost cen-
                  ter. “Reserves” category has also been included be-
                  cause it is included in your assessment.                                                                                                                 Clubhouse
                                                                                    10% / 118
                                                                                                                                                                            6% / $71
                  Source: Data from the final FYE 4/30/09 Audit Report.
                  * Per LOWA Administration: Lakes surplus of                         Tennis***
                     $146,311 was allocated by pro-rated pecentages                                                                                              Fareways
                                                                                       0% / $4                                                                    1% / $11
                     to reduce subsidies for each Amenity/Cost Ctr.
                  ** Per LOWA Administration, Reserves include                                           Pools/Fitness Center                                     Equestrian Center
                     both Restricted and unrestricted reserves                                                                    Campgrounds***
                                                                                                               3%/ $31                                                3% / $38
                  *** Less than 1%                                                                                                   0% / $2
October 9, 2009

                                                               Proposed LOWA BYLAWS Change to Article V
                                                                    [Replacement of Paragraph 2. Of Section D, titled, All Other Committees]
                                                                                  by Bob Lowe, Chairman, Rules Committee

                      PREAMBLE –The BOD having 18 Committees in addition to ECC, requires the                 And substitute the following in its entirety:
                  Committee Charter structure and common committee text to be defined in the Com-                 2. All Other Committees. The Board of Directors may appoint or dissolve such
                  mittee BYLAWs. Also, Committee BYLAW corrections are needed to implement VA                 Committees as it deems best. The overall objective of Committees is to advise and
                  State requirements. Accordingly, the existing BYLAW governing Committees, other             assist the Board and the General Manager in carrying out their responsibilities. All
                  than ECC, requires extensive modification. A replacement BYLAW for Article V,               committee meetings will be announced in advance and open to the LOWA member-
                  Section D, paragraph 2 is required to accommodate the needed changes. The replace-          ship. The Mission, specific responsibilities, and any special characteristics of each
                  ment text prepared by the BOD and amended by the Rules Committee in concert                 Committee shall be delineated in a Charter approved by the Board. All Committees
                  with the BOD liaison is recommended for approval by the BOD.                                will follow the Committee guidelines listed below, unless the Board of Directors
                      The membership should submit comments to the BOD by November 25, 2009,                  approve a specific exception to these guidelines which must be listed in the special
                  for consideration during the BOD meeting of December 5, 2009.                               characteristics of the Committee Charter.
                                                                                                                  a. Composition. Committees will be composed of not less than five (5) and no
                  BYLAW ARTICLE V.            ORGANIZATION                                                    more than seven (7) voting members, up to three (3) alternates and as many advisers
                       SECTION D.             COMMITTEES                                                      as needed to perform committee activities and as requested by the Chairperson. The
                  Delete in its entirety the following existing text for paragraph 2:                         Board of Directors shall appoint Committee members from members in good stand-
                      2. All Other Committees. The Board of Directors may appoint such committees             ing. Registered Tenants may only serve as Advisers on any of the Committees. Mem-
                  as it sees fit, to advise and assist the Board and the General Manager in carrying out      bers may serve on more than one Committee during the same period. However,
                  their responsibilities. The composition and specific powers and duties of each com-         members can only serve in voting or alternate status on one of the following Com-
                  mittee shall be delineated in a charter approved by the Board. Members of the com-          mittees: Planning, Finance, Maintenance & Engineering (M&E), and the Legal and
                  mittee shall be appointed from among members of the Association in good standing,           Compliance Committee (LCC) during the same period. Two family members, occu-
                  for terms as specified in the various committee charters and shall serve without com-       pying the same LOWA residence may not serve on the same standing committee,
                  pensation. Registered tenants may serve as Advisors on any of these committees.             unless one is an Advisor.
                  Committee vacancies shall be filled by advertising for volunteers, or nominations, in           b. Organization
                  an Association newsletter article. Applications, or nominations (only with the nomi-            Chairperson: To be elected by the voting members of the Committee. The Chair-
                  nee’s consent) are to be submitted to the President of the Association, who will pres-      person is responsible for calling and conducting meetings, setting and submitting the
                  ent them with his recommendation to the Board at its next regular meeting.                  agenda, and periodically, providing oral reports on Committee activities to the Board
                      a. Whenever any Committee summits a proposal which would require the chang-             and Community as specified in the Committee Charter. Chairpersons must be a vot-
                  ing of any existing Regulation or Fee, the Board of Directors may refer such pro-           ing member of the Committee.
                  posal to such other Committee or Committees as may be involved, for review and                  Vice-Chair: To be elected by the voting members of the Committee. In the ab-
                  recommendations.                                                                            sence of the Chair, the Vice-Chair performs all the duties of the Chair. Vice-Chair
                      b. When Committee recommendations are submitted, either in response to a re-            must be a voting member of the Committee
                  ferral, or at the initiative of a Committee itself, the Board of Directors or the General       Secretary: To be elected by the voting members of the Committee, or in absence
                  Manager, as the case may be, shall give such recommendations serious considera-             of a vote, may be appointed by the Chair. The Secretary takes the minutes of all
                  tion, and take appropriate action. The Chairman of each Committee shall submit to           meetings, submits them in draft form to all Committee members and the General
                  the Board of Directors by August 1, of each year, a brief annual report of the Com-         Manager. Following approval by the Committee, submits the final minutes to the
  8               mittee’s activities during the preceding year.
                                                                                                                                                                              See Rules , p. 9
                                                                                                                                        ASSOCIATION NEWS

                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lake Currents
Rules , from p. 8                                                                                                  3) Press. With approval of the General Manager, local news media may be in-
Board of Directors, General Manager, Communications Coordinator, and all Com-                                      formed of LOW scheduled events and LOW participation in outside events. All
mittee members. In the absence of both the Chair and Vice-Chair, the Secretary shall                               other contacts with the media on Official LOWA matters will be conducted
act as Chair pro-tempore. The Secretary must be either an alternate or voting mem-                                 through the General Manager.
ber.                                                                                                            [This is the beginning of the new APPENDIX A referred to in above paragraph e.]
     Members: Committee members are either voting members, alternate members, or                                ARTICLE V SECTION DSAMPLE COMMITTEE CHARTER
adviser members. A member of the Board may serve on the Committee as Board                                      APPENDIX A
Liaison without voting privileges.                                                                                    [Note: Not applicable to ECC] [ title ] COMMITTEE CHARTER
     c. Voting. A quorum, or simple majority, of voting members need to be present
in order for a Committee to vote on any motions presented at the Committee meet-                                I. MISSION:
ing. Alternates shall be considered voting members when selected by the chairperson                             The overall mission of Lake of the Woods Committees is to add value to the Associa-
to replace absent voting members for purposes of determining a quorum during a                                  tion by advising and assisting the Board of Directors and General Manager in carry-
specific committee meeting and in order to vote at that meeting. Advisers have no                               ing out their responsibilities to the Association. The [title]Committee reports to the
voting privileges. Absentee or proxy voting is not permitted.                                                   Board of Directors and the primary focus of their Mission is:
     d. Tenure. The Committee membership is reconstituted on September 1 and ends                               ___________________________________________________________________
on August 30 of the following year at the discretion of the Board. Each August, the
Committee Chairperson will submit a list of recommended committee members for                                   II. COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES
the year beginning September 1 to the Vice President of the Board. The Committee                                A._________________________________________________________________
list should include the voting members with their remaining voting period of eligibil-                          B._________________________________________________________________
ity, and a listing of alternates and advisors. Normally, except as provided below, no                           C._________________________________________________________________
voting member shall serve more than three (3) consecutive years unless a qualified
volunteer cannot be found. Once a new qualified volunteer is ready to accept the last                           III SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS OF [title] COMMITTEE
voting position, the voting member with the most time served beyond three consecu-
tive years may only remain on the Committee in advisor status for a minimum of one                                 All LOWA Committees must follow the guidance of the BYLAWS, Specifically
(1) year before becoming eligible for reappointment to alternate or voting status. If a                            Article V: Organization, Section D: Committees. To the extent a specific Commit-
voting member resigns before completing their period, a new voting member can                                      tee has special characteristics which are in addition, or exception to the BYLAWS,
serve up to August 30 of that year, and then begin their own three-year term on Sep-                               these characteristics must be listed below.
tember 1. Committee vacancies should be filled by advertising for volunteers in
LOWA Community media or self application. All Committee applicants must fill out
                                                                                                                    1. To ensure experienced membership, the NOMINATING Committee has re-
an application for Committee membership, which is available at the Holcomb
                                                                                                                stricted membership to only seven (7), made up of at least three former BOD and up
Administration Building. All Committee Membership applications are to be submit-
                                                                                                                to four members at large who have at least three years experience on another Com-
ted to the Vice-President of the Association, who will consult with the Chairperson
                                                                                                                mittee. There are no alternates or advisers.
and present them with recommendation to the Board at its next regular meeting. The

                                                                                                                                                                                                         October 9, 2009
Board of Directors may remove any member of a Committee, by vote of the majority.                                  2. PLANNING Committee may have up to 15 voting members.
     e. Authority. Whenever any Committee plans to submit to the Board of Directors
a proposal which would require the changing of any existing amenity, Bylaw, Regu-                                  [PROPOSED BOARD ORAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS Note: These re-
lation or fee, it shall invite public comment by the membership at a hearing held no                            porting requirements comes to two committee reports at every BOD Monthly Meeting
less than seven days after a notice of said hearing, and the text of the change will be                         and 1 committee report at ever BOD Workshop]
published in the Association publication and on its website prior to it being submitted
to the Board. When the Board receives a committee-approved proposal, it may refer                                   3. ORAL REPORTING at the Monthly BOD meeting should be not less than
it to such other committee or committees as may be involved for review and recom-                               three times a year for XXX (i.e. Planning, Finance, M&E, Communications, External
mendations. Those committees may, but are not required to, conduct additional hear-                             Affairs, Youth Activities)
ings. Further, the Rules Committee is requested to change any other Regulation or                                   ORAL REPORTING at the Monthly BOD meeting should be not less than
Bylaw to conform with this amendment.                                                                               semi-annual for YYY (i.e. Clubhouse, Pools & Fitness, LCC, Golf, Lake Users,
     f. Reporting Responsibilities. The Committee reports to the Board of Directors.                                Equestrian, Safety & Security)
In addition to all Committee meeting minutes, oral reports shall be periodically given
at the Board’s monthly meeting at least as often as specified in the Committee Char-                                ORAL REPORTING at the Monthly BOD meeting should be not less than an-
ter. A brief annual report of the Committees activities during the preceding year shall                             nual for ZZZ (i.e. Elections, Nominating, Honors & Awards, Rules)
be submitted to the Board of Directors by August 1 of each year, using a Board ap-
proved format.                                                                                                  THIS CHARTER IS EFFECTIVE UPON APPROVAL BY THE BOARD OF
     g. Outside Relationships.                                                                                  DIRECTORS. IT SHALL BE REVIEWED FOR RE ADOPTION AT LEAST
         1) Information Gathering. With the approval of the General Manager, Com-                               EVERY FIVE (5) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF THE MOST RECENT RE-
     mittee member(s) may contact business firms or other organizations as necessary                            VISION.
     to gather information to carry out committee responsibilities.
         2) Legal Counsel or Government Representatives. Contact with LOWA                                      DATE OF APPROVAL: [enter original approval date]
     Legal Counsel, any Government Representatives, or other Agency on Official                                 Dates of Revision: [add each revision date as they occur]
     LOWA business, must have prior approval of the General Manager.

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                               Saturday, October 17, 2009                                                       Saturday, November 14th
                                LOW Community Center
                                                                                                                     7 PM to 10 PM
                                  Doors open at 6:00pm
                                  Games begin at 7:00pm
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                                                                                                  ASSOCIATION NEWS

                                                                                                                                                                   Lake Currents
                                                                               ASSOCIATION BULLETIN BOARD
                                                                            Board Meeting: October 21, 2 PM, LLCH
                                                                            Coffee & Conversation: October 24, 9 AM, CH

                                                                            COMMITTEE MEETINGS:                                     MEETING FACILITY KEY:

       Dinner Specials at the Clubhouse                                     Members are encouraged to attend.                     CC       Community Center
                                                                            Tennis: 10/12, 4:30 PM (CC)                           CH       Clubhouse
                            October 9-11                                                                                          CHGH     Clubhouse Great Hall
                                                                            Safety & Security: 10/12, 7 PM (CR)                   CH-PR    Clubhouse Presidents’
Friday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz. or Blackened Salmon
                                                                            External Affairs: 10/12, 7 PM (RR)                             Room
Saturday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz. or Surf and Turf                                                                              CR       Conference Room
         (Grilled NY Strip w/seared scallops, redwine butter )              Equestrian: 10/13, 5:30 PM (WC)                                Holcomb Building
Sunday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz. or Seafood Newburg over Puff Pastry       Clubhouse: 10/14, 1 PM (CH)                           ECC      ECC Roundhouse
                                                                                                                                  EQ       Equestrian Center
                            October 14-18                                   Rules: 10/14, 7 PM (RR)                               LLCH     Lower Level
Wednesday—Pasta Night: Various pasta, sauces and meats                      Lake Users: 10/19, 7 PM (CR)                                   Clubhouse
                                                                                                                                  M-CR     Maintenance
Thursday—Rib Night! Succulent Jack Daniels BBQ sauce on half or full rack   Legal/Comp Meeting: 10/21, 7 PM (RR)                           Conference Room
          or Smothered Chicken
                                                                            Legal/Comp Hearing: 10/21, 8 PM (CR)                  RR       Reading Room
Friday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz. or Mustard Encrusted Salmon                                                                              Holcomb Building
Saturday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz.                                         Maintenance/Ecol: 10/21, 7 PM (M-CR)                  WC       Woods Center
         Surf and Turf (Grilled Sirloin with Blackened Shrimp )             ECC: 10/22, 8:30 AM (ECC)
Sunday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz.or
                                                                            Youth: 10/26, 9 AM (CC)
        Marinated Grilled Chicken with roasted red pepper sauce
                                                                            Planning: 10/26, 7 PM (CR)
                            October 21-25
                                                                            Communications: 10/28, 3 PM (CR)
Wednesday—Pasta Night: Various pasta, sauces and meats
Thursday—Rib Night! Succulent Jack Daniels BBQ sauce on half or full rack
           or BBQ Chicken and Shrimp Dinner
Friday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz. or
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Saturday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz.

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          Surf and Turf (Grilled Sirloin paired with a Salmon Croquette)
Sunday—Prime Rib, 8-oz. or 12-oz. or Herb Roasted Lamb                                                   October 9-16, 2009
                                                                             Down Home Virginia (:30)
                                                                                  6 AM                 10 AM                 6 PM                 10 PM

                                                                             Tips from the Pro with Rea Hargraves, LOW PGA Pro (:10)
                                                                                 6:45 AM             10:45 AM              6:45 PM               10:45 PM
                                                Hours:                       LOWVAC Promo (:10)
                              M-Th, 7:30 AM-4 PM;
                              Fri 7:30 AM-5 PM;                                   7 AM                 11 AM                 7 PM                 11 PM
                              Sat/Hol 7 AM-5 PM; Sun 7 AM-4 PM               LOW Veterans Club: “The War on Terrorism – Afghanistan” (1:00)
                                                                              Lt. Colonel Mike Downs; and Link Klabo
                                                                                 7:30 AM             11:30 AM              7:30 PM               11:30 PM
                       OCTOBER                                               LOW Fire & Rescue “Help Us, Help You” (:10)
                     DAILY SPECIALS                                                        8:45 AM                                     8:45 PM
                                                                             “All Aboard” - LOW HO-Scale Train (:45)
                                Mondays                                           9 AM               12:45 PM                9 PM                12:45 AM
           Reuben Sandwich, Chips and Fountain Drink $5.99
                                                                             LOWA Board of Directors Meeting (Oct. 3 mtg.) (2:30)
                                Tuesdays                                                                     2 PM…Saturday
        ½ Sandwich of the day, cup of soup and fountain drink $3.50
                                                                                                        October 16-23, 2009
             Garden Salad Special and Fountain Drink $5.99
                                                                             LOW Veterans Club Presentation (Oct. 8 Meeting) (1:00)
                                                                                  6 AM                 10 AM                 6 PM                 10 AM
         Grilled Ham & Cheese, Chips and Fountain Drink $4.50
          Grilled Ham & Cheese, Chips and Draft Beer $5.25                   AARP WW2 Veteran Interview (1:40)
                                                                              Lincoln Landis, Army – Liaison to Russian Occupation Forces in Germany
                               Thursdays                                          7 AM                 11 AM                 7 PM                 11 PM
          BBQ Sandwich, Cole Slaw and Fountain Drink $5.25                   Tips from the Pro with Rea Hargraves, LOW PGA Pro (:10)
           BBQ Sandwich, Cole Slaw and Draft Beer $5.99
                                                                                 8:45 AM             12:45 PM              8:45 PM               12:45 AM
                                Fridays                                      LOW Fire & Rescue “Help Us, Help You” (:10)
          Sandwich of the Day, Chips and Fountain Drink $4.50
                                                                                             9 AM                                       9 PM
                                                                             Channel 18 History Series “The Story of ‘Buffalo Bill’ Cody” (:30)
                (Sold as specials—no substitutions please)
                                                                                 9:15 AM              1:15 PM              9:15 PM               1:15 AM           11
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Lake Currents

                      To reserve meeting space in all
                  facilities: Woods Center, Community
                                                                             Please refer to Page 9 for meeting room location key
                  Center, Lower Level Clubhouse,
                  Sweetbriar Park, Lions Pavilion, and      Friday, October 9
                  Holcomb Building, contact Sylvia              8:30 AM-9:15 AM       Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.
                  -9680.                                        8:30 AM-9:30 AM       Aerobics (LOWC Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.
                                                                     9 AM-11 AM       Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                  HOLCOMB BUILDING:                                     10:15 AM      Book Babies (Wilderness Lib). For infants up to 18 months old. Info: 854-5310.
                   M-F; 8:30 AM-5 PM. Info: -2237               1:30 PM-4:30 PM       Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.
                   Oct. 12, LOWA Offices Closed                 7:30 PM-9:30 PM       LOW Square Dance Club regular plus-level dance (LLCH). Mac McCoy guest caller. All square
                                                                                      dancers welcome. Info: Dionne at -6699 or Darby -7696.
                   Office Hours: Wed-Fri, 8 AM-5 PM         Saturday, October 10
                   Closed Monday & Tuesday                                  9 AM      Lake Co-Op Preschool Multi-Family Yard Sale fundraiser (near 7-11, corner Rts. 20 & 3). Info: -9682.
                   Lunch: Sat & Sun, 11 AM-4 PM                      9 AM-11 AM       Tennis Social (Hollyfield Park), $2 pp, all are welcome. Info: Bailey -7150.
                   Dinner: Wed, Thu, Sun 5-9 PM                            10 AM      LOW Sailing Club Races. Off Clubhouse Point. Info: Jimmy -8920.
                             Fri & Sat, 5-10 PM                         11:15 AM      Susannah Chandler Chapter, NSDAR depart LLCH parking lot for luncheon for State Regent. Info:
                   Brunch: Sunday 10 AM-1 PM                                          Lamasure, 548-8740.
                  Info/Reservations (for Club Room
                  only), call -2221                         Sunday, October 11
                  See menus online: LOWA.org/club-                    8 AM-3 PM       BSA Troop 197 Pansy Sale at the Front Gate to support the troop activities. Info: Chris -9149.
                  house.htm                                          12 PM-5 PM       Taste of Culpeper (The Depot). Fee. Live music, kids activities, local artists. Info: www.culpeper-
                  GOLF: 9 Holes with Cart for $16                      6 PM-9 PM      Adult Coed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                          (M-F, after 4 PM)                         6:30 PM-8 PM      Round Dance Classes, beginner level (LLCH), Free. Info: Ron or Melissa -2586.
                   Reserve a tee time -2230                         8 PM-9:30 PM      Round Dance Classes, easy level (LLCH). Free. Info: Ron or Melissa -2586.
                   Pro LOWGO Shop:                                     7 PM-9 PM      Duplicate Bridge (WC). Info: Bob -8211 or Doris -2130.
                   M-F, 8 AM-6 PM
                   S/S/Hol, 7:30 AM-6 PM
                   Golf Course: Subject to change
                                                            Monday, October 12 Columbus Day Observed – LOWA Offices Closed.
                   M-F, 8:30 AM-6 PM                            8:30 AM-9:15 AM       Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.
                   S/S/Hol, 8 AM-6 PM                           8:30 AM-9:30 AM       Aerobics (LOWC Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.
                   Fareways: Info: -2216                             9 AM-11 AM       Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                                                                         9:30 AM      Yoga for Golf (WC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.
October 9, 2009

                   Sun, 7 AM-4 PM
                   M-W, 7:30 AM-4 PM                                 12 PM-3 PM       The Closet Quilters (CR). Info: Marie -4358.
                   Th &F, 7:30 AM-5 PM                                      12:30     Garden Club Meeting (CHGH).Info: Marilyn -4431. See article on p. 11.
                   Sat/Hol, 7 AM-5 PM                           1:30 PM-4:30 PM       Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.
                                                                            7 PM      Monday Night Bridge (CH). Info: Diana -7594.
                  ECC Office: Info: -2211                                7:15 PM      Yoga Class (WC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.
                   M-F, 8:30 AM-12:30 PM
                                                            Tuesday, October 13
                  EQUESTRIAN CENTER: Info: -2238                            9 AM      Horseshoes for Fun (Hollyfield Park). Women & men invited. Info: Jim -0934.
                   Call to schedule a trail ride.                    9 AM-10 AM       Yoga Class (CC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.
                   Oct. 17, Hunter Horse Show, 9 AM                      9:30 AM      Coed Adult/Senior slow pitch softball (Hollyfield Park). Info: Bill -3219 or Jack -1579.
                                                                10 AM-11:45 AM        Craft Group (LOWC). Info: Rosemary -1375.
                  FITNESS CENTER: Info: Dan -0153                       10:15 AM      Toddler Time (Wilderness Lib). For children 18-36 months & their caregivers. Info: 854-5310.
                   Daily 5 AM-11 PM                            10:15 AM-1:15 PM       Fun Bunch 55+ (CC). Info: Hank or Carolyn -0359.
                                                                           11 AM      Preschool Storytime (Wilderness Lib). For children ages 3-5 & their caregivers. Info: 854-5310.
                  COMMUNITY CENTER:                                      5:30 PM      Weight Watchers (CR). Fee. Info: Sylvia -9680.
                  Open daily Info -9680                                     7 PM      Adult Table Tennis (CC). Info: Al 540-846-2064.
                   Teen Center: 7-10 PM                                  7:30 PM      Camera Club (CR). Info: Bob -1803.
                     Fridays, Ages 10-12 or grades 5-7
                    Saturdays, Ages 13-15 or grades 8-10

                  MARINA: Last day open Oct 11
                   Sat/Sun, 9:30 AM-6:30 PM                                                              FUNDRAISERS
                  TENNIS: (Hollyfield Park)
                   Tennis Social, 9 AM, $2 pp. Info:           Oct 17, Benefit for Sheltering              LOW Directories on sale for $9 at         You’ll be helping the community and
                   Bailey -7150.                           Arms Emergency Homeless Shelter. A          the Holcomb Building, Security, Lake          realize a tax-deduction all at the same
                   Open Tennis, MWF, 1:30-3:30 PM          silent auction and sweet and savory         of the Woods Hardware. Telephone              time. The Lions will supply you with a
                   Info: Charles -5858                     hors d’oeurves tasting from 6-8 PM at       numbers, addresses, all sorts of infor-       donation receipt. Your contribution will
                                                           Waugh’s H.O.G. Parlor. John Keifer          mation you need. Sales benefit F&R.           be used for the several Lions benevo-
                  SKATE SPOT: Info: Sylvia -9680           providing musical entertainment. Tick-          LOW Items. Coffee mugs, highball          lences throughout the community. Info:
                   Tues-Sun, 3 PM-dusk, closed Mon         ets are $10 at the door.                    glasses, playing cards, car decals avail-     Lion Bob -0783 to discuss your dona-
                                                               Nov. 7-8, St. Patrick's Annual          able from LOW Lioness Club. Profits           tion and arrangements.
                                                           Holiday Bazaar held in parish hall.         go to community service projects. Info:
                    Deadline for submissions to the        Sat, 8 AM to 7:30 PM; Sun, 8 AM to 2        Bobbie -4592 or Gail -5698.
                         October 23 issue of               PM. Handcrafted items, baked goods,             Car, Boat Donations to LOW
                     Lake Currents is October 12           holiday decorations, recycled treasures     Lions: Do you have a car or boat in             Lions 300 Club Winners
                                                           and religious articles available. Raffle    working, safe condition that you want                  Round 46 Drawing 9
                    Deadline for submissions to the        tickets on four prizes may be purchased     to get rid of? Please donate that car,
                      November 6 issue of Lake             at the door. Winning tickets drawn at       boat, canoe or other large equipment             209      Robert Noble         $200
                                                           the close of the bazaar. All proceeds go    (snow blower, leaf mulcher, wood                 195      Fran Honeycutt       $100
12                     Currents is October 26.
                                                           to charity. Info: Bonnie -3608.             chopper, etc.) to the LOW Lions Club.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       LOW COMMUNITY

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lake Currents
            Tournament Gives Big Boost to                                                                                                                                                 Free Sight and Hearing Tests
                                                                                                                                                                                                    by Hank Altman, LOW Lions Club
              Lions Charitable Programs
                 by Selven Powell, Chairman, Lions Tournament                                                     Is your eyesight good enough for you to pass that up-
                                                                                                               coming driver's-license vision test? Are your spouse's
                           The September 11 LOW Golf Course tournament to                                      complaints that you need hearing aids justified, or is the
                       benefit LOW Lions Club philanthropies was a huge success,                               problem that she (or he) isn't speaking loudly enough?
                       thanks to the 103 golfers who participated and the 55 business                             You can get definitive answers to such questions in the
                       and individual sponsors. The club's Benevolence Fund, which                             lower Clubhouse parking lot on Saturday, October 17. The
                       supports sight and hearing programs and other charitable activ-                         LOW Lions Club's Mobile Sight and Hearing Screening Unit will be there from 9
                       ities, netted $8,100.                                                                   AM to Noon, offering free screenings to anyone, of any age, who comes.
                           Three teams posted best scores of 60, but the tie was bro-
ken by comparing back-nine scores. Tim Grant, Dan Cronin, Jerry Hoehn, and Gary
Schwartz won, with a back-nine score of 29. Second, with a 30, were Mike Melcho,
                                                                                                                                                                                   Senior Driver Safety Course Offered
Mike Phillips, John Lockhart, and Skip Bond. Third place, with a 31, went to Dan                                                                                                                   by Bob Sherba, LOW Lions Club
Trull, Patrick Smith, Chris Neyvesky, and John Holmes. The first- and second-place
teams received free rounds of golf at the Meadows Farms and LOW courses.                                                                               The LOW Lions are again sponsoring AARP’s
    Melcho and Phyllis Taylor were the male and female winners in a closest-to-the-                                                                Driver Safety Program on November 12-13. This
pin competition, and Jim Green and Betty Board, respectively, won prizes for                                                                       program is the first, highly-recognized, compre-
closest-to-the-line on drives for men and women. In addition, 13 players won raffle                                                                hensive, nationwide, driver refresher course
prizes valued at over $2,000.                                                                                                                      designed for older drivers. It discusses rules of
    Major tournament sponsors were: Marvin and Bonnie Snoddy; Wilderness Fam-                                                                      the road and handling emergency situations and
ily Chiropractic, Dr. Christine Stewart; Dominion Floors; Fredericksburg Distribut-                                                                provides a number of tips on how to survive in
ing Co.; William McCausland and Jeffrey Earnhardt of Edward F. Jones Investments;                                                                  the difficult driving environment of today.
Lakeside Manual Physical Therapy; Realtor Tom Roach; and Connors Termite and                                                                           The course takes into consideration physical
Pest Control.                                                                                                                                      changes, such as diminished vision and hearing
    Hole sponsors were: Belmont Farms of Virginia, Car Doctor, Cork and Martha                                                                     and slowing reaction times, which occur as we
Grandy, Dunaway’s Heating & Cooling, Golden Girls, Dr. Hugh Teller, It’s About                                                                     age, and points out ways to compensate for these
Thyme, Realtor JoAnn Hargrave-Roth, Johnson Funeral Home, Laurel Hill Funeral                                                                      changes.
Home, County Supervisor Lee Frame, Log Cabin Tax Service, McDonald’s of                                            The two-day course will be held in the Holcomb Building Conference Room
Orange and Locust Grove, Mid-Atlantic Securities, PDQ Printing and Copying,                                    from 9 AM to 1 PM each day. The cost is $12 for AARP members and $14 for
Wilderness Pharmacy, Realtor Catherine E. Welch, Sen. Edward Houck, Bill Britt                                 non-members. Checks should be made payable to “AARP.” Persons completing the
Motors, Getty & Associates, Trull & Sons, Weichert Realty, Auto Medic-1, Robin-                                course are eligible for a discount on their auto liability insurance, which is good for

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         October 9, 2009
son’s Tavern, Dr. Michael Lessly, Tru Value Hardware, Wachovia Bank, and past and                              three years. Therefore, the course should be retaken at the end of that time in order
current LOW Lions Club officers.                                                                               for the discount to continue. For reservations, call Bob at 972-0783 or Vic at 972-1928.
    Sponsors providing prizes were: LOW Golf Course, Meadows Farms Golf
Course, LOWA, Dick’s Sporting Goods, Fredericksburg Golf Center, Little Tire
Company, Lucio’s Restaurant, Mama’s Pizza and Subs, Play It Again Sports,
T.G.I. Friday’s, Tara by the River, The Pub, Reynolds Auto, Route 3 Diner, Walmart,
and Lions Orville and Mary Dee, Bennett Hunter, Chuck Liddick, and Bernie and
Beth Oravec.
    Among many volunteers who contributed to the event's success were members of
a planning team: Liddick, Hunter, Bernie Oravec, Tom Walker, Chuck Smith, Carol
Curry, George Schneider, and Jerry Davis.

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                  LOW Fine Art, Photography and Craft Show                                                                               U.S. Army Women’s Museum Curator
                         Coming October 17 and 18                                                                                             to Speak at AARP Meeting
                                 by Millie Lane, Committee, LOW Visual Arts Council                                                                 by Carolyn Wray, Publicity, AARP Chapter 5239

                      LOWVAC will be presenting the annual fall Fine Arts, Photography, and Crafts                                     The featured speaker at the Monday, October 19,
                  show on the weekend of October 17—10 AM to 8 PM and October 18—10 AM to 6                                        meeting of AARP Chapter 5239 will be Ms. Fran-
                  PM. The show involves approximately 40 LOW artists and covers the entire lower                                   coise Bonnell, Curator for the United States Army
                  level of the Clubhouse. This will be the 27th year of this annual show of LOW resi-                              Women’s Museum in Fort Lee, VA. Ms. Bonnell has
                  dents’ talents. There will be original paintings in all media, photography, and many                             a Master’s Degree in History from SUNY Stony-
                  original crafts such as hand-made pottery and ceramics, wood-working, quilting and                               brook. She is retired from the U.S. Army with 22
                  floral arrangements. Originality is stressed in this showing of LOW resident talents.                            years service. She has been the Museum Curator for
                  As a special feature, the Locust Grove Elementary School will again have student                                 the past three and one-half years. She is also currently
                  works by John Lentine’s students.                                                                                teaching history at John Tyler Community College in
                                                                      LOWVAC is again featuring a                                  Chesterfield County, south of Richmond. She was
                                                                  drawing for four donated art works this                          born and raised in California.
                                                                  year to raise funds in support of the                                Ms. Bonnell is responsible for the museum ex-
                                                                  arts locally. Tickets are being sold on a                        hibits, which includes awards and decorations of US
                                                                                                                                   women in the military, the archives, films of women,       Ms. Francoise Bonnell
                                                                  framed quilted piece by Shirley Carl-
                                                                  son, a hand thrown pottery dish by                               and historical contributions of women in military. She has also worked in several his-
                                                                  Janelle Seiberlich, a cat portrait                               torical societies and as curator in historical homes as well as other smaller museums.
                                                                  painted rock by Dottie Faccinoli, and a                              The meeting will begin at 9:30 AM at the LOW Clubhouse with sweets and cof-
                   (Left to right) John Lentine, LGES art hand-painted Lazy-Susan-turntable by                                     fee followed by the program at 10 AM. This should be a most interesting and inform-
                                                                                                                                   ative program. The U.S. Army Women’s Museum is located at 2100 Adams Avenue,
                   teacher, Millie Long and Jan Moore Linda Sutphin. The winners of these
                                                                  donated items will be announced at 4                             Fort Lee, VA 23801.
                   of LOW VAC and Jesse Magruder,
                                                                  PM on October 18. A commission is                                    Everyone is invited to come and enjoy another most interesting program with a
                   LGES principal at presentation of                                                                               very active and friendly AARP Group.
                                                                  also taken from the sales of the artist
                   2008 donation.
                                                                  works. Each year a recipient is chosen
                  to receive money for art supplies from the profits of the shows. Art supplies have
                  been donated to the Locust Grove Elementary and the Middle Schools as well as
                  books and videos to the Wilderness Library in past years. LOWVAC has donated a
                  total of $925 to the schools’ art program needs from last year’s profits. Thank you
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                  for your kind support of our local arts!
                      Mark your calendar to attend this special LOW event in support of the arts. Many
                  items will be available for sale, as well as some for just your viewing enjoyment.
                  Watch LOWA’s Channel 18 for a view of last year’s show next week as well as a
                  post show video after the show.

                                                                                                                                                       Lake Co-Op Preschool
                                                                                                                                                       Sets Goals for the Year
                                                                                                                                                      by Katherine Weeks, Director/Lead Teacher
                                Saturday, October 24 , 2009, 6-11PM                                                                    The Lake Co-Op Preschool is in full swing! The youngest members of the Lake
                                   Lake of the Woods Clubhouse                                                                     of the Woods community have been very busy “playing to learn and learning through
                                                                                                                                   play.” For those who may not know about the Lake Co-Op Preschool, we are a non-
                                      Charity Event to Benefit                                                                     profit parent cooperative preschool that has been serving Lake of the Woods children
                                                                                                                                   for nearly 31 years! In fact some of our children have had parents of who attended
                                   abused and neglected children                                                                   the Lake Co-Op Preschool when they were youngsters themselves.
                                                                                                                                       Our classes for 2-year-olds have adjusted to their new Tuesday and Thursday
                               at Alice C. Tyler Village of Childhelp                                                              schedules and are beginning to learn the ins and outs of socializing with children
                                                                                                                                   their own age in a large group setting. Starting our classes at two-year-olds allows
                                                                                                                                   our children to begin to learn and practice important socialization skills. Our twos
                          Sponsored by the LOW Childhelp Auxiliary                                                                 are also engaging in group and story time activities that are designed to lengthen
                                                                                                                                   their attention span, with the goal being that by the end of our school year they will
                                                                                                                                   have the skills necessary to move on and participate in our program for three-year-
                          $45.00                                             Reservations                                          olds.
                          per person                                      Leslie 972·1622                                              Our three-year-old children have been engaging in activities planned and de-
                                                                                                                                   signed specifically for their age and skill levels. They have been dancing the chicken
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                                                                         JoAnn 972·8666                                            dance to encourage large muscle coordination. They have been exploring shapes and
                                                                                                                                   textures through their arts and crafts activities, making stained glass apples, which
                              Music by the Fredericksburg Big Band                                                                 you can see if you are enjoying a beautiful afternoon at Sweetbriar Park. Ms. Maria
                                                                                                                                   and Ms. Kim have also starting working on their letter of the week activities. The
                                                                                                                                                                                          See Preschool on p. 19
                                                                                                                                                         LOW COMMUNITY

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lake Currents
              Lioness Holiday Fund Raiser                                                                                         LOWA Board President, Bruce Kay,
              2009 White House Ornament                                                                                                To Address Civic Club
                            by Gail Hardin, LOW Lioness                                                                                          by Dee Tillman, President, Civic Club

                                   The LOW Lioness Club will be selling the 2009                                                                   On Tuesday, October 20, at 7:15 PM, the Lake of the Woods
                               White House Christmas Ornament for $19 each. The                                                                Civic Club will convene its monthly meeting at the Woods
                               2009 Ornament commemorates the administration of the                                                            Center. The speaker will be the new LOWA President, Bruce Kay.
                               24th President Grover Cleveland (1893 to 1897). This                                                                Mr. Kay will speak on his goals for the coming year as
                               ornament depicts the south façade of the White House                                                            president of the association. The attendees are invited to ask
                               after an evening snowfall, and the first Christmas tree to                                                      questions at the conclusion of the presentation.
                               be illuminated by electric lights is seen through the tall                                                          “Be Concerned, Be Informed, Be Involved!” The Civic
                               windows of the second floor Oval Room. The LOW Li-                                                              Club meetings are open to the community, and all are invited to
                               oness Club is taking orders until November 1, and all or-                                                       attend.
                                                                                                                     Bruce Kay
                               ders placed from Lake of the Woods will be delivered to
your door the latter part of November. This is a great ornament to place on your tree
or to give as a special gift. Orders can be placed by calling Gail Hardin at 972-5698
or Ann Walker at 972-4338. The proceeds will go to the Lioness Benevolence Fund                                                        LOW Winter Bridge Tournament
that supports a variety of charitable activities.                                                                                              by Olga and Charles Gane, Coordinators
    The LOW Lioness Club wishes to thank the community for their continued gen-
erous support.                                                                                                                             It’s that time of the year to be thinking about the LOW Winter
                                                                                                                                      Bridge Tournament that bridge partners and others have been
                         Schooners at LOW                                                                                             enjoying for many years. The tournament allows a friendly get
          by Ed Hoffman, Member, LOW Wilderness Model Yacht Club                                                                      together in members’ homes, and an opportunity to share a social
                                                                                                                                      interaction with other bridge players. The tournament is open to
    The LOW Wilderness Model                                                                                                          all levels of bridge players. This is a friendly tournament, com-
Yacht Club will be hosting the top                                                                                                    posed of LOW neighbors, and is an opportunity to make new
Schooner Sailors from Solomon’s                                                                                  bridge friends and renew old friendships.
Island Model Boat Club on Sun-                                                                                       Bridge matches may be started by December 14, and must be completed by April
day, October 18. The Schooners are                                                                               8. The team entrance fee is $80. Checks, made payable to “Winter Bridge,” are due
models of actual Schooners which                                                                                 by December 4 to Olga or Charles Gane, 101 Castle Hill Court. Team match-up lists
were used on the Chesapeake Bay                                                                                  will be available no later than December 12.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 October 9, 2009
for harvesting oysters. The sailors                                                                                  On April 22, all participants will enjoy a Winter Bridge brunch at the Clubhouse,
are members of the Great Schooner                                                                                followed by prizes and an afternoon of bridge playing, every team wins something.
Model Society. These models all                                                                                  Again, this tournament is primarily a social event. We hope that you will want to
have two masts and multiple sails                                                                                participate this year.
which are a beautiful sight to watch                                                                                 For information, or to sign up, please feel free to call Olga or Charles Gane at
while racing. The course will be                                                                                 972-8030.
sailed at the Clubhouse Dock start-
ing at 10 AM.
    This display and regatta take                                         Photo provided
place during the LOW Arts and          LOW Wilderness Model Yacht Club
Crafts Show inside the Clubhouse.      sailing the US Vintage Model Yachts at
Don’t miss this opportunity to see     the National Regatta held September
the detail and workmanship of these
                                       10-13, at the Calvert Marine Museum
boats up close and to talk with the
                                       in Solomons, MD.

                                                                                                                                       5, 6, 7, 12, 13, & 14 at 8pm
                                                                                                                                       November 8 & 15 at 2PM

                                                                                                                                       Held at:
                                                                                                                                       Lake of the Woods
                                                                                                                                       Community Center
                                                                                                                                       110 Sweetbriar Park Rd.
                                                                                                                                       Locust Grove, VA 22508

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(left to right) Frank Gatt, chairman, John Trach and Ed Roessler, co-
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chairmen presented a check for $460 to Mary Lee Hensen, Director,
Sheltering Arms. The funds were raised from raffle proceeds and from
participating sponsors. Thanks to all of the sponsors and volunteers
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                       Cultural Awareness Circle Celebrates                                                                                       Enjoy the Musical Mame
                            German-American Heritage                                                                                                        by Marion Pronk, LOW Players

                               by Lita Irby, Co Chair, Cultural Awareness Circle (CAC)                                                                 Feel like a night out to be entertained? Then the Lake of the
                                                                                                                                                   Woods Players have just the thing for you—an infectiously enter-
                                             October is German-American Heritage Month. October                                                    taining musical that really must be seen—songs and dances
                                         6 was proclaimed the first German-American Day in 1983                                                    ablaze with feeling. The name of the show is Mame based on the
                                         by President Ronald Reagan.                                                                               novel by Patrick Dennis and the play
                                             Join the Lake of the Woods Cultural Awareness Circle                                                  Auntie Mame by Jerome Lawrence and
                                         (CAC) as we visit the Bavarian Chef at 6 PM on Saturday,                             Robert E. Lee; music and lyrics by Jerry Herman. Mame is
                                         October 10, to sample some German food and soak up the                               an extraordinary “over the top” character who charms her
                                         ambiance. This restaurant was established and owned by                               way into the hearts of those around her. You don’t want to
                                         the Thalwitz family in 1974. It is located on Route US 29                            miss Mame in action as she uses those charms on her
                                         in Madison, 18 miles north of Charlottesville, VA (5102                              nephew, Patrick, who comes to live with her.
                                         South Seminole Trail; Madison, VA 22727; 540-948-6505).                                  Please visit our web site, www.lowplayers.org, to order
                                         The reviews rave about the ‘authentic tastes’ and let folks                          tickets or call Bob at 972-5928. Production dates are:
                  know entrees range from $18.95 to $33.95. The servings are huge! To find out                                Evening performances at 8 PM for November 5, 6, 7, 12,
                  more about the restaurant and directions visit the site: http://www.thebavari-                              13, & 14. Matinee performances are at 2 PM on Novvem-
                  anchef.com/ .                                                                                               ber 8 and 15. Ticket prices for evening performances are
                     One group reservation will be made, so let us know if you want to join the                               $24 adult; $19 student (ages 5–18). Matinee prices are $20
                  CAC and other LOW residents on October 10. RSVP to Lita at 301-928-4023 or                                  adult; $18 students. The Players are looking forward to seeing
                                                                                                                              everyone at the show.
                  Charles Mincey at 972-1340 by October 1.

                    Marine Corps Celebrates 234th Birthday
                                            by Dan Greene, Coordinator

                                             The 234th Marine Corps Birthday Celebration will be
                                         held at the Clubhouse on Saturday, November 7, starting at
                                         6 PM. The cost is $40/person. For details and to make reser-                                                                                               Photo by Dick Durphy
                                         vations, please contact Gene McKenna at 972-9732. When                                                                                   Carla Wascalus, President of
                                         you call, please provide the names of each attendee and the                                                                              LOW AARP, and Thomas
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                                         type of dinner desired. Our choices are Prime Rib or Chicken                                                                             Joyce of the OC Fire and EMS
                                         Cordon Bleu. There will be special guests and a speaker of                                                                               along with a "Friend" who
                                         renowned experience and accomplishment. All Brothers in                                                                                  helped with demonstrating
                                         Arms are welcomed and encouraged to join us. There will be                                                                               the portable Automated
                                         a special ceremony for our Brothers in Arms.                                                                                             External Defibrillator (AED),
                                                                                                                                                                                  which are now placed in
                                                                                                                                                                                  most public areas in Orange
                                                                                                                                                                                  County and are carried by the
                                                                                                                                                                                  OC Sheriff deputies and our
                                                                                                                                                                                  own Security Guards while
                                                                                                                                                                                  on patrol.

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                                                                                                                                                                                                               Lake Currents
                                                                                                                                                                Horseshoes for Fun – at Hollyfield
Wednesday, October 14                                                                                                                                      Park. Women and men are encouraged to
                                                                                                                                                           join for some light hearted “competi-
     8:30 AM-9:15 AM        Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.
                                                                                                                                                           tion.” Even if you never played before,
     8:30 AM-9:30 AM        Aerobics (LOWC Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.
                                                                                                                                                           someone will give you pointers. Call Jim
          9 AM-11 AM        Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                                                                                                                                                           at -0934 for specific dates and times. The
        9:30 AM-2 PM        Wednesday Ladies’ Bridge (WC). Info: Pat -1436.
                                                                                                                                                           pits may be used anytime during the day
                 1 PM       LOW Book Club (CC). Discussion on The World is Flat by Thomas Friedman. Info: Helen 972-9068.
                                                                                                                                                           by calling Jim for access to equipment.
     1:30 PM-4:30 PM        Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.                                                           Donate your used cell phones to the
                 6 PM       F&R Bingo (LLCH). Bingo starts at 7 PM. Info: Warren -5494.                                                                    Orange County Sheriff’s Office to bene-
              7:30 PM       LOW Players (CHGH). Info: Marion -0808.                                                                                        fit the Victim/Witness Assistance Pro-
                                                                                                                                                           gram and TRIAD. Phones will be
Thursday, October 15                                                                                                                                       recycled to senior citizens, crime vic-
                 9 AM       Horseshoes for Fun (Hollyfield Park). Women & men invited. Info: Jim -0934.                                                    tims, and witnesses. Please drop off cell
          9 AM-10 AM        Yoga Class (CC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.                                                                                       phones at the Sheriff’s Office, 11350
              9:30 AM       Coed Adult/Senior slow pitch Softball (Hollyfield Park). Info: Bill -3219 or Jack -1579.                                       Porter Rd. Info: Carolyn Ladd, 672-1200.
             10:30 AM       Exercising with Arthritis (CC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.                                                                             Want to Serve Others? Explore the
              1:30 PM       Democratic Meeting (WC). Info: Jeanne -9262.                                                                                   many ways you can by joining the LOW
                                                                                                                                                           Lions Club. Info: Don -8392.
Friday, October 16                                                                                                                                              The Cultural Awareness Circle em-
     8:30 AM-9:15 AM        Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.                                                  braces cultural diversity. Info: Charles -
     8:30 AM-9:30 AM        Aerobics (LOWC Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.                                                                     1340 and Lita 301-928-4023.
          9 AM-11 AM        Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.                                                                                Starting October 14, The Wednesday
             10:15 AM       Book Babies (Wilderness Lib). For infants up to 18 months old. Info: 854-5310.                                                 Ladies Bridge Group will be moving.
     1:30 PM-4:30 PM        Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.                                                      New locations: at Community Center
                                                                                                                                                           first Wednesday; at Woods Center on
     7:30 PM-9:30 PM        Rappa Rounders Dancing (WC). Info: Ostlund -2357.
                                                                                                                                                           2nd, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays.

Saturday, October 17
                            Keep LOW Beautiful Litter Pick-up. Sponsored by LOW Garden Club. Info: Jan -1630.
           7 AM-1 PM        LOW Bass Anglers Classic Tournament (CH Dock). Info: JD krobster@yahoo.com.                                                       SHOP My Personal
                9 AM        Hunter Horse Show (EQ). Info: -2238.                                                                                                               Avon Online Store!
               11 AM        LOW Sailing Club Races. Off Clubhouse Point. Info: Jimmy -8920.                                                                    Why shop online?

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          10 AM-8 PM        Arts, Crafts and Photography show (LLCH). Info: Millie -7774.
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           10 AM-2 PM       Model Boat Races hosted by The Wilderness Model Yacht Club (CH Dock). Info: Ed -9393.                                             • $3 Direct shipping or
           10 AM-6 PM       Arts, Crafts and Photography show (LLCH). Info: Millie -7774.                                                                       Free Representative delivery
                                                                                                                                                              • Notification of special sales & new products
            6 PM-9 PM       Adult Coed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                                                                                                                                                              • Read product reviews
         6:30 PM-8 PM       Round Dance Classes, beginner level (LLCH), Free. Info: Ron or Melissa -2586.                                                     • Receive a customized anti-aging
         8 PM-9:30 PM       Round Dance Classes, easy level (LLCH), Free. Info: Ron or Melissa -2586.                                                                      skin care regimen
            7 PM-9 PM       Duplicate Bridge (WC). Info: Bob -8211 or Doris -2130.                                                                                           • Personalized customer service
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Monday, October 19                                                                                                                                                order
     8:30 AM-9:15 AM        Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.
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     8:30 AM-9:30 AM        Aerobics (LOWC Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.                                                                                Shop my store today!
          9 AM-11 AM        Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.                                                                            www.youravon.com/kathleenwashington
             9:30 AM        AARP Meeting (CH). Speaker: Francoise Bonnell, Curator for the United States Army Women’s Mu-
                            seum in Fort Lee, VA. Info: Bonnie -3608.                                                                                                   Kathleen Washington
              9:30 AM       Yoga for Golf (WC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.                                                                                                    540-972-3237
          12 PM-3 PM        The Closet Quilters (CR). Info: Marie -4358.
     1:30 PM-4:30 PM        Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.
     6:30 PM-7:30 PM        Family Knitting Club (Wilderness Lib). For ages 9 and up. Bring #8 needles. Info: 854-5310.
                 7 PM       Monday Night Bridge (CH). Info: Diana -7594.
              7:15 PM       Yoga Class (WC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.

    Oct. 9-10, The Crackerjacks fire-         for kids, and more. A physician, a phar-     caller coming to LOW! Jimmy Robeson
works club will be testing fireworks          macist, and a nutritionist will be on-site   of Oxford, NC will be calling at LOW
both days from noon to 11 PM.                 for free consultations. Free seasonal flu    Church (Friendship Hall) from 7:30-10
    Oct. 14-Nov. 24, Strengthening            shots will be available while supplies       PM. This very special, plus level dance
Families Program. A FREE, 7-week              last. Info: www.resurrectionpeople.org or    is hosted by LOW Square Dance Club
program offered by OC Office on Youth         call Emily at 972-3221. Sponsored by         and open to all square dancers. Info:
for parents and their children between        Resurrection Lutheran Church and             Dionne at -6699 or Darby at -7696.
the ages of 10-14. Topics include in-         Health Ministry team.                            Nov. 14, from 7-10 PM, CH. Monte
creasing family communication and ap-             Oct. 30, from 7:30-9:30 PM. LOW          Carlo Night sponsored by the LOW Li-
preciation for one another. Dinner and        Square Dance Club, annual “Monster           oness Club. Tickets ($25) can be pur-
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childcare (for younger siblings) will be      Mash” in the lower level Clubhouse.          chased by calling Linda Ogletree at
available. Classes will be held at the Tay-   Halloween costume is appropriate or reg-     972-7713 or Ellen Bearden at 972-9595.
lor Educational Administration Complex.       ular square dance attire. Charlie Shoe-      All proceeds support the Lioness Benev-
Info/registration, Nora ColeFeatures: 40      maker will be the caller. (LLCH) Info:       olence Fund.
exhibitors with giveaways, demonstra-         Dionne at -6699;Darby at -7596.                  Would your child like to become a
tions, free health screenings, activities         Nov. 13, National Square Dance           Cub Scout? Info: 540-907-2018.
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                    HUMAN SERVICES
                       LOW Lions Wilderness Food
                  Pantry located behind LG Town Cen-                               Tuesday, October 20
                  ter, Rt. 20. First and third Thursdays                                          9 AM   Horseshoes for Fun (Hollyfield Park). Women & men invited. Info: Jim -0934.
                  from 9 AM to noon; second Wednesday                                      9 AM-10 AM    Yoga Class (CC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.
                  from 6-8 PM; last Saturday from 10 AM                               10 AM-11:45 AM     Craft Group (LOWC). Info: Rosemary -1375.
                  to noon. Info: Betty -1872.                                                 10:15 AM   Toddler Time (Wilderness Lib). For children 18-36 months & their caregivers. Info: 854-5310.
                       Lions Sick Room Equipment for                                 10:15 AM-1:15 PM    Fun Bunch 55+ (CC). Info: Hank or Carolyn -0359.
                  loan. Call Bob -0783 or Vinnie -3721                                           11 AM   Preschool Storytime (Wilderness Lib). For children ages 3-5 & their caregivers. Info: 854-5310.
                  for your temporary needs. We have a                                          5:30 PM   Weight Watchers (CR). Fee. Info: Sylvia -9680.
                  wide assortment of wheelchairs,                                                 7 PM   Adult Table Tennis (CC). Info: Al 540-846-2064.
                  crutches, potty seats, shower seats, etc.                                    7:15 PM   Civic Club Meeting (WC). Speaker: Bruce Kay, LOWA President. Info: Glenn -9350.
                       The Woods Cares: an AARP pro-
                  gram, will run errands and do small re-                          Wednesday, October 21
                  pairs, light yard work for shut-ins and                             8:30 AM-9:15 AM    Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.
                  caretakers. Free service. Call Janet                                8:30 AM-9:30 AM    Aerobics (LOW Church Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.
                  -1957, Jeannette -0726, Marion -4085                                     9 AM-11 AM    Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                                                                                               9:15 AM   MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) (LOWC, Friendship Hall). Info: Christa -2001.
                  Ann -9333, Patt -9223,and Gail -7436.
                                                                                         9:30 AM-2 PM    Wednesday Ladies’ Bridge (WC). Info: Pat -9502.
                       TRIAD – Keeping seniors safe
                                                                                      1:30 PM-4:30 PM    Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.
                  from scams and fraud, and promoting                                             2 PM   LOWA Board Meeting (LLCH). All members are encouraged to attend.
                  their general well-being, safety and wel-                                       4 PM   Teen Game Day (Wilderness Lib). Free and open to 6th – 12th graders. Info: 854-5310.
                  fare. Info: Kathleen or Dick 308-5507.                                          6 PM   F&R Bingo (LLCH). Bingo starts at 7 PM. Info: Warren -5494.
                       Chronic Fatigue/Fibromyalgia
                  Support. Mondays from 7:30-8:30 PM,                              Thursday, October 22
                  404 Birchside Circle. Info: Patricia                                           9 AM    Horseshoes for Fun (Hollyfield Park). Women & men invited. Info: Jim -0934.
                  -3021.                                                                  9 AM-10 AM     Yoga Class (CC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.
                       Chronic Illness Group. Meets                                          10:30 AM    Exercising with Arthritis (CC). Fee. Info: Donna -1977.
                  every first and third Tuesday from 1-3                                         1 PM    NARFE Meeting (LLCH). Info: Nick -0350. See article on p. 11.
                  PM in LOW Church Library. Info: Bob
                  -4358 or -9060.                                                  Friday, October 23
                       New Mothers Support Group.                                     8:30 AM-9:15 AM    Stretch and Flex (LLCH). Light exercise. Info: Jacobeen -4085 or Lynch -5435.
                  First and third Thursday of each month,                             8:30 AM-9:30 AM    Aerobics (LOWC Friendship Hall). Free. Info: Church -9060.
October 9, 2009

                  10-11:30 AM, Culpeper Regional Hos-                                      9 AM-11 AM    Open Adult Co-ed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                  pital, 829-4114.                                                            10:15 AM   Book Babies (Wilderness Lib). For infants up to 18 months old. Info: 854-5310.
                                                                                      1:30 PM-4:30 PM    Pickle Ball (CC). Adults welcome to play. Info: Bob -1866 or Kathy -2320.
                       Seeking Counseling? The LOW
                                                                                      7:30 PM-9:30 PM    Square Dance Club (LLCH). Larry Winegard, caller. All square dancers welcome. $5/ non-members.
                  Church offers a free counseling service,
                                                                                                         Info: Dionne -6699 or Darby -7696.
                  by appointment. Contact the church
                  office -9060 or a Pastor for more infor-
                                                                                   Saturday, October 24
                  mation or referral. We care.                                            8 AM-11 AM     OCABA Fall 2009 Fly-in/Drive-in Pancake Breakfast at Orange County Airport. $5 donation for
                       Alcoholics Anonymous: Every                                                       breakfast. Info: www.ocaba-omh.org.
                  Monday (Rm 505) and Wednesday (Rm                                        9 AM-1 PM     Community Health Fair (Resurrection Lutheran Church, 6170 Plank Rd), FREE. Health screenings,
                  102) and Friday (Rm 505) at LOW                                                        demos, consultations, giveaways, kids activities, and more. Info: -3221 or www.resurrectionpeople.org.
                  Church, 7-8 PM each day. Info: LOW                                           11 AM     LOW Sailing Club Races. Off Clubhouse Point. Info: Jimmy -8920.
                  Church -9060.                                                           6 PM-11 PM     Harvest Moon Dinner & Dance (CH). Charity event to benefit the Alice Tyler Village of Childhelp.
                       Divorce Care Support Group for                                                    Sponsored by LOW Childhelp Auxiliary. Cost $45pp. Info/tickets: Leslie -1622 or JoAnn -8666.
                  separated or divorced individuals.
                  Meets the second and fourth Thursdays,                           Sunday, October 25
                  7-8:30 PM, library at LOW Church. Be                                      6 PM-9 PM    Adult Coed Volleyball (CC). Info: Mitch -6917.
                  with people who understand what you                                    6:30 PM-8 PM    Round Dance Classes, beginner level (LLCH). Free. Info: Ron or Melissa -2586.
                  are feeling; learn ways to heal the hurt                               8 PM-9:30 PM    Round Dance Classes, easy level (LLCH), Free. Info: Ron or Melissa -2586.
                  of divorce. Info: Church -9060.                                           7 PM-9 PM    Duplicate Bridge (WC). Info: Bob -8211 or Doris -2130.
                       Thinkin’ About Quittin’. Free,
                  individualized stop-smoking program.
                  Culpeper Regional Hospital, 829-4190.
                       Diabetes Support Group of Mary
                  Washington Hospital meets the second
                  Tuesday of the month from 7-8 PM,
                  LOW Church, Founders Room. Free to
                  anyone in the community. Info:
                  Suzanne Amoruso, RD, CDE, 741-2219
                  or Suzanne.amoruso@medicorp.org.
                       GriefShare Support Group. Tues-
                  days, 7 PM, The LOW Church Library.
                  A special weekly support group for any-
                  one grieving the death of someone
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                  close. Info: Lynn -7714.
                       Lions Free Blood Pressure Clinic.
                  First and third Wednesday of every
                  month. 5:30-6:30 PM, Upper Lobby,
18                Clubhouse. Info: Peter -7117.
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                                                                                                                                                         Lake Currents
                                                                                         the members of the community come on out and show their
                 A River Runs Through It . . .                                           support at the Vera Bradley Bingo that is scheduled for Oc-
                    by Jeanne Allen, Publicity, Democratic Club                          tober 17, at the Community Center. More information on
                                                                                         these events can be found at our website, www.lakeco-op-
    We are very pleased to have Fredericksburg’s River Steward, Lee Sillitoe, speak      preschoollowva.com
to us at our next meeting—October 15, 1:30 PM (1 PM meet & greet), in the Woods              We are still accepting enrollments for our two-, three-
Center. Lee, a retired Marine, was hired in August 2007 to enforce a 25-mile conser-     and four-year-old classes. If you are interested you can pick
vation easement along the Rappahannock and Rapidan Rivers, which is held by The          up enrollment information at the preschool located in the
Nature Conservancy, the Virginia Department of Game and Fisheries, and the Vir-          Community Center at Sweetbriar Park. You can also contact
ginia Outdoors Foundation. The easement of more than 4,200 acres is home to bald         our Vice President Nicole Folkedahl at rfolkedahl@yahoo.com .
eagle habitat and a number of historic sites.
    In this unique role as community police officer for the river, Lee is part law en-
forcer and part administrator, recently telling a reporter, “I’m a hybrid.” His duties
include actively policing Fredericksburg-owned river lands, developing an overall
management plan for the land, networking with regional agencies with ties to the
rivers in a five-county area, and coordi-
nating with volunteers to help monitor
the land. The policing aspect involves
watching for illegal tree cutting by ad-
joining property owners, ATV riding on
fragile riverbanks, hunting, and pollu-
tion. We welcome his remarks, and very
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these valuable resources.
    If you could not attend our Septem-                                               Sponsored by:
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    Angie Turvey at 972-1852 and Chris
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Carr at 972-0348 are distributing lawn
signs for the upcoming election. Please
give one of them a call if your yard is
absent a sign. And please be sure to vote
on November 3—every vote counts!

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“big” playground which is really a big
deal for them! They have also begun
their letter of the week activities, which
includes puppet stories, making letter of
the week word lists, and bringing show
and tell items that begin with the sound
of the letter of the week. One of the dif-
ferences of the four-year-old class from
all the others is all the opportunities for
writing. The children have many oppor-
tunities and are encouraged to write let-
                                                                                   Lake of the Woods
ters, numbers their names and copy
words, and even begin spelling them on
their own as they get more experienced.
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                                                                                                        Five letters were submitted; all have been published.
                                                                                        The comments and opinions offered by individual members do not necessarily reflect
                                                                                        the views of the Association. Letters for publication should be limited to 175 words
                                                                                        or less and emailed to lakecurrents@lowa.org. Letters are published as submitted
                                                                                        and not subject to editing, except where required to conform to Board approved
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October 9, 2009

                              Election Day
                          Chicken BBQ Dinner
                                Tuesday, Nov 3,
                                  11 am-6 pm
                     Lake of the Woods Clubhouse Lower Level

                                  Sponsored by:
                         Locust Grove AARP Chapter 5239
                                       Menu:                                                                                          Hazardous Materials
                     Ukrop’s 1/2 chicken, baked beans, coleslaw                                                                           Collection
                      and dessert.                                                                                                        The Orange County Landfill, lo-
                                                                                                                                      cated on Porter Road next to the
                                                                                                                                      Sheriff’s office, has scheduled
                   Eat in or take out                                                                                                 their annual hazardous materials col-
                                                                                                                                      lection for Saturday, October 17,
                   Price: $9 per plate                                                                                                from 8 AM until Noon. At that time
                                                                                                                                      you may bring insecticides; en-
                                                                                                                                      ergy-saving light bulbs, which con-
                   Tickets:                                                                                                           tain mercury; paint; and cooking oil
                                                                                                                                      in jugs. Please arrive early. Because
                   Walker 972-1375
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                                                                                                                                      the Landfill at 672-9315.
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        Same Material, Different Container                                                                         Federal Issues Expert to Address NARFE
           by Marilyn Buttimer, Program Chairman, LOW Garden Club                                                                        by Nick Duy, President, NARFE Chapter 1885

                            Be sure to attend the meeting on Monday, October 12,                                  NARFE's next meeting will be held in the lower level of the Clubhouse at 1 PM on
                        when Jean Roy brings an assortment of fresh flowers and                               October 22. Our speaker will be Kevin Wilkinson, who writes the biweekly “Federal
                        natural materials. By changing containers, she will demon-                            Feedback” column for the Free Lance-Star. Kevin will discuss the Federal Workforce
                        strate a variety of arrangements. Social time is at 12:30 PM;                         Challenges in the 21st Century, things all current and retired Federal employees should
                        the general meeting is at 1 PM in the Clubhouse Great Hall.                           know. Cider and donuts will be served to usher in the fall season.
                            Jean Roy is a member of the Richmond Horticulture                                     There are seats available for our trip on October 28 to D.C. to visit the Smithsonian
                        Society, Virginia Flower Show Judges Council, Piedmont                                Museum of your choice. The bus leaves from the lower parking lot of the Clubhouse at
                        District Flower Show Judges Council, Richmond Area                                    8:30 AM on October 28. The cost of $33 each includes everything except lunch. A
Daylily Society, American Daylily Society, and is Club Representative to Richmond                             cafeteria is available in each museum. For reservations, call Joe at 972-9068. Make
Council of Garden Clubs and Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens.                                                   your checks for $33 each payable to “NARFE Chapter 1885” and mail to NARFE
    Presently, her main focus is developing programs with the Pamunkey River                                  Chapter 1885, PO Box 360, Locust Grove, VA 22508, no later than October 15.
Garden Club for a children's garden at
Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens’ newly
constructed library. The hope is to get
children interested in horticulture, recy-
cling and the world around them by
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and recycled items.                                                                                                                         Nursery
    Those who plan to make a stained
glass garden stake at the November
meeting can purchase them at the
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October meeting.

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                           Orange County Supervisor’s Letter                                                                                       Back Gate to Close for
                                          by Lee Frame, District 5 Supervisor                                                                    Installation of Sewer Line
                                                      As you probably already know, a couple of preser-                                    by Jim Hopkins, Member, Orange County School Board
                                                 vation groups and several LOW residents have filed
                                                 suit to reverse the Supervisors’ decision to grant Wal-                                                        A major factor when county officials were se-
                                                 mart a Special Use Permit for a 138,000 square foot re-                                                    lecting a site for the new middle school was that it
                                                 tail store on commercially-zoned property near the                                                         would be accessible to Rapidan Service Authority
                                                 intersection of Routes 3 and 20. It is very unfortunate                                                    (RSA). Massey Construction, a subcontractor on the
                                                 that, after huge amounts of public input and consider-                                                     new school project, will install the school’s water
                                                 able debate among the Planning Commission and                                                              and sewer lines to connect to existing RSA lines in
                                                 Board of Supervisors, those disagreeing with the deci-                                                     Lake of the Woods (LOW). The installation of a 12-
                                                 sion have resorted to the courts because they did not get                                                  inch water main on Confederate Drive and Birch
                                                 their way.                                                                                                 Court has been completed. Massey Construction,
                                                      The large retail use (“big box”) ordinance was en-                                                    RSA, and LOW Maintenance have restored the
                                                 acted to enable Orange County to manage development                                                        work site to the condition that existed prior to con-
                                                 so that it would preserve and protect the rural, agricul-                                                  struction. I am sorry it took so long to get the site re-
                           Lee Frame                                                                                                                        stored but many are saying it looks better now than
                                                 tural and historic nature of the County. Design guide-
                  lines were developed to minimize the negative impacts of big box businesses. I                                                            it did before construction began.
                                                                                                                                    Jim Hopkins
                  worked hard to get this ordinance passed, and to get limitations placed on the Wal-                                                           Installation of a new force main sewer line will
                  mart development which otherwise would be by-right with no conditions. The                             begin shortly and will take several months to complete. The new line is not part of
                  County will have considerable expense to fight this lawsuit. Also, the Supervisors                     LOW’s vacuum system but uses air pressure to move the sewage through the pipes.
                  and staff of a small county like Orange will be stressed to fight a huge national trust                The sewer line will consist of a 4-inch pipe beginning at the school and running
                  with substantial financial resources. This fight will detract from our ability to deal                 along the school side of Route 601 to just beyond LOW’s back gate. The line will
                  with the many other issues that affect county governing.                                               then be bored under Route 601 and enter LOW. The next step will be to bore under
                      On a more positive note, last month I visited the new assisted living center that is               Flat Run Creek and connect to an existing RSA pumping station next to the back
                  part of Dogwood Village in the Town of Orange. What a fantastic facility to have                       gate.
                  available to our elderly county citizens making transitions in their lives! The facility                   It is the boring under the creek that will force the back gate to be closed. This will
                  is bright and cheerful with many amenities to make living there pleasant. The staff                    be the hardest part of the project because the creek bed is about 9-feet lower than the
                  encourages individuals or groups to visit for tours and, with arrangements, checking                   surrounding ground and the sewer line must be 4 feet below the creek bed. This
                  out their meals. This assisted living center and the associated nursing home are a real                means the construction crew must dig a 15-foot deep pit on each side of the creek be-
                  gem for our county.                                                                                    fore the boring can begin.
                                                                                                                             After the pits are dug, the boring machine will be moved into place. It is the
October 9, 2009

                      When you receive your personal property tax bills in the next month or so, you
                  will find enclosed new county decals for your vehicles. These decals are to be placed                  space required for the boring machine that will necessitate closing of the back gate.
                  on your vehicles so that you will be permitted to dump your trash at the county’s                      How long the boring will take depends on the type of soil under the creek. If it is
                  solid waste collection sites and the land fill. Two decals will be provided to each                    mostly dirt, then the back gate will only be closed for a week. But if they hit solid
                  household, but if you have more than two vehicles, you can contact the Orange                          rock, it could be a two weeks.
                  County Treasurer’s Office to get additional decals for your other vehicles. These de-                      The next stage of the sewer line will be installation of a 6-inch pipe leaving the
                  cals are provided to county residents at no cost and have no expiration date. In some                  Back Gate pumping station and crossing Lakeview Parkway. It will then run along
                  parts of the county, noncounty residents have been utilizing the county’s solid waste                  the inside of Lakeview Parkway to an existing RSA pumping station next to the
                  facilities. Given that disposal costs for each ton of solid waste costs the county about               Small Marina. The final stage of the sewer line will be installation of an 8-inch pipe
                  $60, restricting usage to county residents who pay those costs seems only fair.                        leaving the Small Marina pumping station and crossing Lakeview Parkway just be-
                      There is a District 5 vacancy on the Orange County Litter Control Committee.                       yond Fairfax Lane. It will then run behind the houses on the outside of Lakeview
                  This committee has been working to improve recycling in the schools and the rest of                    Parkway in Section 9 and join an RSA force main line when it reaches Section 10.
                  the county. If you would like to serve on this committee, please contact me at                             The sewer line is being installed and paid for by the school construction project.
                  leeframe@orangecountyva.gov.                                                                           The new line is being built to RSA specifications because RSA will own and operate
                                                                                                                         the sewer line upon completion. Please note the increased size of the sewer line pipes
                                                                                                                         being installed inside of LOW. This will give RSA additional pumping capacity to
                                                                                                                         better serve our community.

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                                   LGA News                                                                                 Come and Celebrate the History of
                       by Heather Kuzma, Chairman, Publicity,
                               Ladies Golf Association
                                                                                                                             Our American Flag, “Old Glory”
                                                                                                                           by Kerry Gryczynski, Registrar, Susannah Chandler Chapter, DAR
                       Mark your calendars to bring donations for the Food Pantry on
                    Tuesday, October 13. This will be the final LGA collection for this                                 The Susannah Chandler Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will be
                    season. There is a need for all non-perishables, especially cereal,                             hosting the annual five-chapters National Defense Luncheon at the Lake of the
                    canned meats, and peanut butter and jelly. All donations are greatly                            Woods Clubhouse on Wednesday, November 4, at 11:30 AM. This annual luncheon
                    appreciated. Mel and Judy Hall will have their truck at the Woods                               meeting is planned with the Culpeper Minute Men Chapter, the Fauquier Courthouse
                    Center that morning to collect the items before the ladies tee off.                             Chapter, the Louisa Courthouse Chapter and the Montpelier Chapter.
                       Our Closing Day 18-Hole Scramble is scheduled for Tuesday,                                                                                      This year our program will feature
October 27. This is one of those rare chances for the 9- and 18-holers to play in four-                                                                            a presentation by the Honor America
somes together. Look for the sign-up sheet in the ladies’ lounge.                                                                                                  Corps, highlighting the history of our
    The LGA Fall Luncheon is scheduled for Friday, October 30, at11 AM in the                                                                                      American flag, and other colonial, his-
Clubhouse. LGA dues for the 2009/2010 season are payable now. You can bring your                                                                                   torical and service flags. Captain
check for $20 payable to “LOW LGA” to the luncheon or drop it in the box in the                                                                                    Frank Connors USN, Retired, will give
ladies’ lounge at the Woods Center. Be sure to note on the check if you are an 18-                                                                                 a program “to reinforce, through edu-
holer, 9-holer, or farmer. There will be a sign-up sheet with details posted in the                                                                                cation and by example, a deeper com-
ladies’ lounge for the luncheon.                                                                                                                                   prehension and broader knowledge of
                                                                                                                                                                   the heritage and traditions represented
                                                                                                                                                                   by the flags of our Nation.” The Honor
         Champion Accordionist in Concert                                                                                                                          America Corps is a favorite at the
                                                                                                                                                                   Lake of the Woods July 4 parade and
                 at LOW Church                                                                                                                                     many other local parades and patriotic
                  by Marthellen Hoffman, LOWC Concert Series                                                                                                       ceremonies. Please join us to learn
                                                                                                                                                   Photo from file about Old Glory’s history and to be in-
    “Making Joyful Noise” is pleased to host the World-Class Champion Accordion                                        Honor America Corps marching in spired by those who have proudly
Musician William Cosby at our next concert for the LOW Church and community at                                                                                     served under her waving banner.
                                                                                                                             the 2009 July 4 parade.
7 PM on Saturday, October 17, in the Worship Center. This is the season’s second                                                                                       Come and meet “Betsy Ross” and
concert and promises to be an electrifying evening of musical tunes.                                                other Colonial Ladies at the luncheon. Carol Holler will once again join us for those
                                                      Mr. Cosby, now residing in                                    who wish to purchase DAR pins. Also available will be the opportunity to purchase
                                                  Fredericksburg, has consented to                                  the books, Forgotten Patriots and American Genealogical Research at the DAR,
                                                  step in for your amazement and                                    Washington, D.C. A drawing for a gift basket and for a handcrafted “Betsy Ross”

                                                                                                                                                                                                                   October 9, 2009
                                                  phenomenal entertainment at the                                   doll will be held
                                                  LOW Church He has won the                                             DAR members are encouraged to invite their spouses, family, and friends to this
                                                  International Accordion Champi-                                   special patriotic meeting. They will surely enjoy the wonderful and inspiring presen-
                                                  onships four years in a row with his                              tation. Come celebrate our American heritage and history.
                                                  “intricate and moving” artistry. His                                  The luncheon menu includes a ham slice with rum sauce, au gratin potatoes, car-
                                                  awesome expertise has also won                                    rots, green beans almandine, house salad, rolls, beverages and carrot cake. The cost
                                                  him many accolades, including a                                   is $18 pp. Please send your reservation and check payable to “Susannah Chandler
                                                  Frank Sinatra Musical Performance                                 Chapter, DAR” to Susannah Chandler Chapter, DAR, P.O. Box 762, Locust Grove,
                                                  Award during Sinatra’s celebration                                Virginia, 22508. Checks must be received by October 19. For information please call
                                                  as Patron of the Arts. Well-known                                 Kerry at 972-3238. See also mysite.verizon.net/resqyxjp/.
                                                  as Accordionist Extraordinaire on
                                                  many CDs, he has brought great
                                                  classics to the fore, such as works
of Bach, Gershwin and other masters. His Rhapsody in Blue seems to be his signa-
ture piece. As former music instructor at West Point, he is now leading the artistry
and resurgence of his art around the world.
    A Cookie Concerto reception will follow the performance.

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                  Cooking With The Chef On Limestone Lane                                                                                                          Wine Talk
                                         by Gayle Fargo, Contributing Author                                                                                 by Joe Szadvari, Sommelier

                      Holiday party planning continues. We have about 50 adult guests coming to our                                                           This is the first part of a two-part series about the Beaujo-
                  party. If children are coming, I make certain there are items on the menu that they                                                     lais district’s red wine and the different styles being produced
                  would eat, such as chicken fingers or pigs in a blanket. I am always asked, “How                                                        there. The Beaujolais district is the southern-most part of the
                  much food do I need?” The rule I use is two or three of each item per person. In this                                                   Burgundy red and white wine region. There are approxi-
                  case more is better. Nothing says, “Go Home!” faster than running out of food. Over                                                     mately 49,000 acres of vineyard area which include almost
                  the dinner hour, 5 to 7 PM, your menu needs to be heavy. People will come expect-                                                       100 communes making these wines. In Beaujolais the major
                  ing FOOD unless otherwise stated on your invitations. At our party we will be serv-                                                     red grape used is called Gamay Noir á Jus Blanc or just call it
                  ing two passed hors d’oeuvres, six items on the buffet table, and fruit and desserts.                                                   Gamay (it’s easier). So many wines are made in Beaujolais
                  No one will feel the need to go to Micky D’s after the party.                                                                           that generalizations cannot be used to describe them. Spe-
                                                                                                                                cific villages, and their wine characteristics, will be explained in the next part of this
                                                    Brown Sugar Bacon                                                           article.
                                  (These are so yummy I make at least four per person)                                              In general, Beaujolais is a flirtatious red wine with a juicy aroma that displays
                      100 precooked slices of bacon cut in half                                                                 fresh fruit flavors. Young Beaujolais is not a complex wine—it is meant to be drunk
                      2 Cups brown sugar with 4 T maple syrup and                                                               as is, not discussed or analyzed. This is a fun wine, and can vary widely in aroma and
                      enough water to make it thick but still able to drizzle.                                                  flavors from one vintage to another. It is a wine type to try if you are just beginning
                      With nonstick foil or a silicone glaze pad, cover a baking sheet with sides and                           to drink red wines. Young Beaujolais wines should be served chilled at about 55°
                  place the bacon on the sheet. Drizzle the bacon with the sugar mixture, and bake 10-                          Fahrenheit to ensure the highest level of fruitiness. The fuller-bodied Beaujolais (i.e.,
                  15 minutes at 325°. The sugar will caramelize and bubble. (Be careful not to burn it.)                        Beaujolais-Villages), on the other hand, should be served around 58-60 degrees
                  Cool, and arrange on a tray garnished with greenery and flowers and serve. This will                          Fahrenheit.
                  need to be done the day of the party because the sugar will break down if refriger-                               Nouveau Beaujolais or Beaujolais Nouveau? Say it any way you wish. It is re-
                  ated. This does not do well in high humidity.                                                                 leased on the third Thursday of November of each year and is only six weeks old. It
                                                           Meatballs                                                            is usually light and fruity, and will only taste good for about six months. Many
                                               (I plan six meatballs per person)                                                wineries across Beaujolais make this type of wine, primarily for U.S. and Japanese
                      Meatballs can be made any flavor. I buy my meatballs from Costco, about 140                               consumption. Prices for this type of Beaujolais run in the $6-$10 range per bottle.
                  per bag. For flavoring try Teriyaki, Barbecue (most popular), Sweet and Sour,                                 WARNING: Don’t buy any Nouveau Beaujolais from a previous year–it’s too old! It
                  Swedish, or Gayle’s Famous sauce. Meatballs are inexpensive so get plenty.                                    will have a distinctly “vinegary” taste.
                                              Gayle’s Famous Meatball Sauce                                                         “Beaujolais” is the basic appellation (i.e., designated quality area) for about half
                      Mix together two packages Lipton Onion Soup Mix, two bottles French dressing,                             of the red wines produced from the Bas Beaujolais area of the region and flatter
                  two jars apricot jam (two to four cups Barbecue Sauce can be added). Simmer in a                              lands. It is a very easy drinking wine, fresh and fruity and on the light-bodied side. It
                                                                                                                                can also be on the harsh side as quality is not consistent, with the focus on produc-
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                  large pot for a couple of hours stirring often to avoid sticking. Add meatballs and
                  allow about 30 minutes to heat. Put them a chafing dish on your buffet table. Every-                          tion and not preparation.
                  one will love them. This sauce is GREAT on chicken wings too.                                                     “Beaujolais Supérieur” is more supple than the basic Beaujolais style. It is easy
                                                                                                                                drinking and fruity and has a bit higher alcohol level than the basic Beaujolais (i.e.,
                                              Pork Tenderloin for Sandwiches                                                    10.5% vs 10%). This is a good “starter” red wine for white wine drinkers who want
                      Spray six pork tenderloins with spray oil and pat on plenty of Montreal Steak                             to try a red wine that is not too heavy .
                  Seasoning. Bake at 350° until internal temperature is 140° (about 25 minutes). Bake                               The second part of this Beaujolais article will explain the Beaujolais-Village ap-
                  a couple of days ahead of your party; cool, and refrigerate the whole tenderloins in a                        pellation and the 10 cru’s (i.e., growths) contained therein and their individual char-
                  covered container so they don’t dry out. Slice each tenderloin into about 20 pieces                           acteristics.
                  the day of your party and arrange on a platter with greenery and flowers for garnish.
                  Serve with a basket of small rolls and sides of pesto mayo, barbecue sauce, and
                  honey mustard.                                                                                                                 Beware the “Phisher”-man
                      Pesto Mayo—1 cup mayo and 4 Tablespoons of commercial pesto sauce                                                               by Elaine Anderson, Coordinator, TRIAD
                      Until next time, happy eats from Gayle. Email me at fargojc40@comcast.net
                  questions. I love hearing from you.                                                                               Phish emails are constructed by con artists to
                                                                                                                                look like legitimate communications and usually
                                                                                                                                ask victims to take urgent action to avoid a con-
                                                                                                                                sequence or receive a reward. Legitimate mes-
                        IF YOU’RE NOT AT YOUR LAST JOB,                                                                         sages are difficult to distinguish from these

                        YOUR 401 (k)                                                                                            fakes. During each month in 2007, anywhere
                                                                                                                                from 92 to 178 different company brands were
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                        SHOULDN’T BE EITHER.                                                                                    used to fool victims into thinking they were
                                                                                                                                dealing with a trusted institution. Remember,
                        Leaving a 401(k) with a previous employer could mean
                                                                                                                                there are no lengths to which these criminals will
                        leaving it alone with no one to watch over it.
                                                                                                                                not go to separate you from your money or your identity—or both.
                        At Edward Jones, we can explain options for your 401(k)                                                     Phishing is not merely a “nuisance.” According to research and consulting firm
                        and help you select the one that’s best for you. If you’d like
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                                                                                                                                Gartner, an estimated 3.6 million Americans fell victim to phishing in 2008, lead-
                        do it without paying taxes or penalties. So you can feel con-                                           ing to losses of more than $3.2 billion. To combat such losses, computer security
                        fident someone is looking out for you and your 401(k).                                                  entities have attempted to construct filters and other software, but, even though
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                        Jones about your 401(k) options, call or visit your                                                     evolving their tactics to try to stay a step ahead of such technologies. Hence, you
                        local financial advisor today.                                                                          must consistently update your anti-phishing and other security software to ensure
                                     William T McCausland                                                                       that you have the best protection available at any given moment. Your protection
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                                                                                                                                                                                                       Lake Currents
 ECC Approvals & Permits for September 2009                                                                               LOWA September 2009 Transfers
HOUSES: None                                                                                                     HOUSES
                                                                                                                 01-212 POWER, Vang T. & George G., 2802 Turnbull Cove Dr., New Smyrna, FL
SHEDS:                                                                                                               32168 from Vivian J. Schilling, 16 Bella Vista Ave., Saddlebrook, NJ 07663.
Permit #       Owner              Lot/Section         Address          Contractor                                01-217 BURNS, Robert W. & Donna J., 317 Fairway Dr., Locust Grove, VA 22508
S-0821         Barnes             079/09              622 Yorktown     Owner                                         from Cheryl L. Budd, 7540 Mandarin Dr., Boca Raton, FL 33433.
S-0822         Hepler             046/01              803 Mt. Pleasant Donahue                                   06-246 RINKER, John A. & Mary K., 116 Harris Ct., Locust Grove, VA 22508 from
                                                                                                                     Lawrence & Kathleen R. Bartnick, 19370 Magnolia Grove Square, Unit L-02,
ADDITIONS:                                                                                                           Leesburg, VA 20176.
Permit #  Owner         Lot/Sec             Address             Contractor                                       06-310 SLOANE, Gregory A. & Cathy E., 2665 Walter Reed Dr., #C, Arlington, VA
A-2771   Hupp           091/14              421 Wilderness      Owner                                                22206 from Patricia Pagonis, 8300 E. Harrison Ct., Fredericksburg, VA 22407.
A-2772   Burrowes       203/03              4103 Lakeview       Owner                                            07-037 SIMPKINS, Mark & Amanda, 1438 Lakeview Pkwy., Locust Grove, VA
                                                                                                                     22508 from the Gerald A. Dunn Family Limited Partnership, 9 Rudis Way,
DOCKS:                                                                                                               Gaithersburg, MD 20878.
Permit # Owner          Lot/Sec             Address             Contractor                                       07-046 WHITE, Lisa D. & Doreen A., 1507 Lakeview Pkwy., Locust Grove, VA
D-1322 Frazer           287/09              1409 Lakeview       Owner                                                from US Bank National Association, 3476 Stateview Blvd., Ft. Mill, SC 29715.
                                                                                                                 07-286 GRANT, Foster L. III, 501 Stratford Circle, Locust Grove, VA 22508 from
ECC FINAL HOUSE INSPECTIONS: None                                                                                    US Bank National Association, 7105 Corporate Dr., Plano. TX 75024.
 2839 permits/approvals have been issued for new houses since January 1980.                                      07-299 DUNN, Kelli R. 629 Harrison Circle, Locust Grove, VA from Barbra
                                                                                                                     Colquitt & Albert J. Schramm, 8325 Chestnut Farm Lane, Ellicott City, MD 21043.
                                                                                                                 07-303 FAST, Robert H., 11323 Fawn Lake Pkwy., Spotsylvania, VA 22553 from
                                                                                                                     Susann G. Deren, 307 Birdie Rd., Locust Grove, VA 22508.
                                                                                                                 08-037 GOETZ, William G. & Karin B., 13890 Chelmsford Dr., Gainesville, VA
                                                                                                                     20155 from Olson Construction Inc., 502 Harrison Circle, Locust Grove, VA.
                                                                                                                 08-076 WHEAT, John Marc & Marie, 110 Mt. Vernon Ct., Locust Grove, VA 22508
                                                                                                                     from Russell Lee & Constance Cantara Biller, 4921 Bluffton Pkwy., Apt. 1623,
                                                                                                                     Bluffton, SC 29910.
                                                                                                                 08-175 CURTAS, Nancy, 303 Cornwallis Ave., Locust Grove, VA from the Federal
                                                                                                                     Home Loan Mortgage Corp., 8205 Jones Branch Dr., McLean, VA 22102.
                                                                                                                 09-069 DELONGIS, Joshua V., 117 Monticello Circle, Locust Grove, VA 22508
                                                                                                                     from Aurora Loan Services LLC, 2617 College Park Dr., Scottsbluff, NE 69361.
                                                                                                                 09-091 LOCHART, Michelle A. & Alex J., 503 Constitution Blvd., Locust Grove,

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                                                                                                                     VA form HSBC Mortgage Services Inc., 636 Regency Blvd., Brandon, FL 33510.
                                                                                                                 11-163 DEWEY, Mary P., 214 Wakefield Dr., Locust Grove, VA 22508 from
                                                                                                                     Jonathan K. & Rosemary K. Williams, 214 Wakefield Dr., Locust Grove, VA.
      Animals Available For Adoption from the                                                                    14-006 THOMSON , Kevin, 211 Spotswood Rd., Locust Grove, VA 22508 from
          Orange County Animal Shelter                                                                               Joshua D. & Christin F. Perdue, 211 Spotswood Rd., Locust Grove, VA 22508.
                                                                                                                 14-190 CAPOZZI, David J. & Carol R., 22 Quail Ridge Dr., Bridgeton, NJ 08302
   For more information, contact the Animal Shelter at 672-1124
                                                                                                                     from Frank E. & Deborah L. Splendorio, 13300 Country Way Circle, Freder-
                A 12-year-old female Pomeranian, Novena is quiet and affection-                                      icksburg, VA 22407.
                ate, she just wants some good canned food and regular, gentle
                brushing (she's nice and fluffy!). Her eyesight has dimmed a little,                             LOTS None
                so she would be happier in a home without small children who
                might startle or overwhelm her. Novena is social with other dogs
                and has been vaccinated and tested.

                    Athena, a female Schnauzer approximately 1 year old, is full
                    of enthusiasm. Social with other small-to-medium dogs (no
                    cats, please), she is suited for life as a companion to adults
                    looking for a new friend. Athena is ready to learn the finer
                    points of being an indoor pet. She has been vaccinated,
                    tested and is ready to go home!
                    A six-year-old female Beagle-Cocker Spaniel mix, Trina is
                    exceptionally gentle when handled and likes to be held close
                    to you to feel safe. Loud noises and strangers do scare her.
                    Trina is ready to be adopted by a loving, patient person. She
                    should bond very closely with her new family. Her smooth
                    coat is easy to care for. She has been vaccinated, tested and vetted.

                    A one-year-old male Pit Bull Terrier, Domino is gentle and
                    puppy. Slightly submissive, but outgoing when he feels more
                    comfortable; he should be a wonderful family pet. Domino is
                    eager to please and full of affection. Smart and alert, he will
                                                                                                                                Enthusiastic commitment to excellence!
                    do well with continued training, especially when the
                    praise/reward method is employed. He is neutered.

                    Hit by a car and left to die, Katherine, an eight-year-old
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                    female Shepherd mix, underwent extensive treatment and
                    is now healthy, healed and looking for love. This dog, a
                    marbled gold/brown color, is housebroken and well-man-
                    nered on leash. She likes long walks and romping in your
                    fenced yard. She is used to being an only pet.                                                                                                                                     25
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                      AFFORDABLE FALL Cleanup.                                                 D.C. First half-hour consultation is free.    Beaches. We average over 3000 ft. of                              decks, deck repairs and staining, lattice
                  Leaf removal and gutter cleaning. We                                         972-3545.                                     bulkhead replacement each year, as well                           work, sheds, handicap ramps, screen
                  haul it all. All work guaranteed. Call                                           AVON REPRESENTATIVE. Great,               as many docks. Let us show you the dif-                           porch enclosures, landscape walls,
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                      A HAND AT HOME - Need help                                               Call Brenda 972-1926, email:                  and other companies. We are licensed                              bath fixtures replaced, painting, basic
                  organizing, cooking, cleaning, or other                                      tmarsh2007@comcast.net.                       and insured and carry workman's com-                              yard cleanup, junk removal. Licensed
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                  wants to help you! Kitchen cleaning and                                      661-9549.                                     heavy equipment that would harm your                                   HOME REPAIR/HANDYMAN:
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stallation, maintenance. Residential,         fessional service. Free estimates. Rick                           9 AM-1 PM. 1213 Eastover Pkwy. 972-
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CPR and first aid certified. Please call                                                                        as I work on building a home on my lot                                                    Her hours are
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block, stone & repairs. Call today for            1999 FORD E250 COMMERCIAL                                                                                                         come to see Kim (or any of our stylists)
                                                                                                                    BEGINNER STAINED GLASS
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your free estimate 540-854-7938.              Van, white. $500 OBO. Contact Thad                                Lessons. Students will construct a cop-                                         Handicap accessible
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 & more. By appointment 972-0416.                 LIKE NEW low time 2004 16 ft.                                                                                                       $2 off     $5 off

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               Serving LOW for over a year.                                                                                                                                                       $8 per class
 We offer many services:                                                                                                       Local:     540.972-2111                                       $70 for a 10 class card
                                                                                                                               Toll Free: 800.256.3545
 • repairs & maintenance       • winterizing boats                                                                                                                                          $130 for a 20 class card
                                                                                                                               Cell:      540.840.9444
 • haul out boats for storage   • winter storage                                                                                                                                            $180 for a 30 class card
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