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					                        The Lake Chesterfield Chatter
                               FEBRUARY 2010

Thanks to all those that donated to our 2nd Annual Holiday Coat Drive.
                       We collected 101 coats!!
 Todd and I delivered them to Sunshine Ministries on December 21st.
                            Happy Holidays!
                           Love, The Frerichs

                     LOST AND FOUND
                           3 Garage door openers
                                  1 Camera
                                1 Fishing Pole
                            4 pairs of Sunglasses
                           Cell phone car charger
                         Lots of keys and one watch

          By the first of March, I would like to clean out this drawer.
  Please contact the office if you believe any of these items might be yours.
                                                                                  February 2010

                                MEMO FROM THE CHAIRMAN

Can you believe it; the new year is here and January is already over. I hope everyone had a
good holiday season. The new year, of course, means that assessments are due again. You
should have received your assessment notice by now. It is due February first. As
mentioned earlier, if there is a particular hardship, please see Julie and set up a payment
plan with her. The subdivision cannot run without funds.

We are also going to elect new trustees for the coming year. Please think about how you
can help your community and consider running for office. You can serve even though
you’re working full time as several of the existing trustees presently work.

Have you come in to the clubhouse and seen the new furniture? It was delivered in mid-
December just in time for the holidays. We plan to do more refurbishing of the clubhouse
this year, as just about everything is 20 plus years old.

You will notice there is a social calendar elsewhere in this newsletter. Our committee
chairman has included some new activities and included more of the ones that went over
well last year. There will be dive-in movies, pool parties, wine tasting, and of course,
another fishing derby. There is also a boutique planned for November, so anyone that may
want to sell a craft project should look for the announcement and application in this
newsletter. Vendors will be asked to submit one item for a raffle with the proceeds going to
charity. If anyone has ideas for other activities, join the committee and give us your input.

To John Schroeder and Keith Barbero for uncrating and setting up the new dining
tables and chairs in the clubhouse and

To Dan Griffith for breaking down the boxes and hauling the old furniture

To Lyle Terrell for helping to arrange the new furniture and moving old chairs

                 2010 ELECTION
               BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                 Open Board Positions:
                                  Phase 1 – ONE opening
                                  Phase 2 – no opening
                                  Phase 3 – ONE opening
                                  Phase 4 – ONE opening
                                  Phase 5 – ONE opening
     Each Phase has two representatives with three-year terms, expiring different years.

Residents living in Phases with an open Board of Trustees position listed above should
nominate themselves or others IN THEIR PHASE ONLY. A Nomination Form is attached to
this Newsletter or an Email can be used with all pertinent information included. You may
nominate more than one person.
DEADLINE: Wednesday, February 17th

Nominees are contacted by mail to accept their nomination and complete a brief resume.
DEADLINE to return acceptance and personal info: Friday, March 5th

Residents of the affected phases will receive the resume information and ballots by U.S. Mail.

Candidates will be available to meet with Residents at the Clubhouse on Thursday, March
25th between 6:30 – 7:00 pm.

Ballots will be accepted on Wednesday, March 31st from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Phase 1: Centerpointe Drive, Crestmont Circle, Watercrest Court, Boathouse Drive,
Windjammer Lane, Spinnaker Way

Phase 2: Waterfront Way, St. Thomas Isle Lane and Court, Grand Isle Court, Cancun Circle,
Mission Bay Drive and Court, Marina Del Ray, Venice Place Court
Phase 3: Beacon Point, Tradewinds, Barrier Reef, Coral Reef, Sea Breeze, Surfview
Phase 4: Waterside Drive (Condos and Houses), Charter Way
Phase 5: Cove Landing Drive and Court, Sailor Cove Court, Bayshore Cove Court


                     2010 BOARD OF TRUSTEES NOMINATIONS


             NAME                      ADDRESS            PHASE

These nominations made by:

Signature                         Print Name


            MAIL TO:                    DROP OFF AT:
          P.O. BOX 457              150 WATERSIDE DRIVE
      WILDWOOD, MO 63040            WILDWOOD, MO 63040

                             WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
Architectural Committee: Reviews requests for construction and changes.
Grounds Committee: Reviews needs for common areas, trail and cul-de-sacs.
Lake Committee: Reviews needs for lakes and pond
Marina Club Committee: Reviews needs of the clubhouse, pool, tennis courts
Social Committee: Neighborhood gatherings
   Each of these committees welcome new members to share ideas and perspectives.
           Please contact the office at 458-1070 or via email for more details.

 Wine and Cheese Party
  Friday, February 19, 2010
          7:00 to ?
               At the Clubhouse
Bring your favorite bottle of wine and a
            snack to share.
       Couples and Singles ~ Invite your friends.
Call Steve Doll @ 314-799-2580 if you would like to help
            with the party or have a question.

News from the St. Louis County Police Department

Winter Weather Preparation
We all need to be prepared in the event of inclement weather. Storing needed supplies at
home and in our vehicles (when traveling in inclement weather) is of utmost importance.
Make certain that you are well stocked at home prior to a winter storm just in case you are
unable to leave your residence for an extended period of time. Place a winter emergency
kit in your vehicle that includes a shovel, flashlight, extra clothing, blanket, tow chain or rope,
road salt, sand, and booster cables.

Elderly Neighbors and Winter Weather
Check on elderly family members and neighbors – especially when temperatures fall below
the freezing mark. During inclement weather, seniors are vulnerable to the risk of
hypothermia and are more prone to accidental falls. Warn seniors to be careful when
shoveling snow – it is a workout and will result in stress on the heart and other muscles.

Heating Elements and Fires
The colder months are upon us and it is important to talk about furnaces, space heaters and
chimneys. Did you know that half of all heating-related fire deaths occur in December,
January, and February? The following tips can help make this winter a safer one for you and
your family:

   o   Keep space heaters at least three (3) feet from people and from anything that can burn, such as
       curtains and bedding.

   o   Turn portable space heaters off when you go to bed or leave the room.

   o   Have all heating equipment professionally inspected and serviced every year.

   o   Have your chimney(s) inspected before each heating season.

Do not forget about the dangers of carbon monoxide. Any fuel-burning machine can create
carbon monoxide so it is very important that you are familiar with the proper operation.
Never use a generator, fuel-powered tools, gas or charcoal grill in the house, garage, in
enclose areas, or near windows, doors, vents, window air conditioners, and other openings.
Carbon monoxide is a gas. It has no odor, no color, and no taste. Please place carbon
monoxide detectors in your house.

Winter Weather Terms
Know the terms used by weather forecasters so that you clearly understand the risk to your
family and your community:
Winter Weather Advisory - Winter weather conditions are expected to cause significant
inconveniences and may be hazardous, especially to motorists.
(Continued) News from the St. Louis County Police Department

Winter Storm Watch - Be alert, a storm is possible.
Winter Storm Warning - Take action, the storm is occurring or will soon occur in the area.
Frost/Freeze Warning - Below freezing temperatures are expected.
Blizzard Warning - Snow and strong winds combined will produce blinding snow, near zero
visibility, deep drifts, and life-threatening wind chill.

Fireplace Safety
A warm fire is perfect for a winter day or evening. Here are a few safety tips:

   o   Have your fireplace inspected annually by a certified technician.
   o   Periodically check the flue for any obstructions, e.g., bird’s nests.
   o   Always use a fireplace screen to prevent embers from escaping.
   o   Never overload the fireplace.
   o   Never leave your residence with a working fire in the fireplace.
   o   Keep a fire extinguisher in your home.

Preventing Thefts from Automobiles (Monthly Reminder)
Crime statistics show vehicles with items of value left in sight are prime targets for theft. Please
remove valuables from sight, lock your car doors and make certain the windows are rolled
up tightly. If your vehicle is equipped with an alarm, activate it. It is a deterrent.
Remember to close your garage door. Thieves will target open garages and have easy
access to all kinds of valuables.
Report any suspicious activity to the police as soon as possible. This could save you and/or
your neighbors from being victimized.

                           DIRECTIONS St. Louis
Spring Mystery Day Trip is scheduled for Thursday, April 8, 2010. I can't tell you much
about it, except it's going to be out of state, and it is wonderful! It is $79.00 and covers
everything that you need for that day. We would be more than happy to pick up your group
at a convenient West County location.

Performing for Life will be on Saturday, May 1, 2010. We are sponsoring our second
annual professional adult Variety Show that benefits Whole Kids Outreach Charitly.
Dancers, Singers, Comedians, Musicians and more come together for kids. Your ticket
supports kids in need. There is a 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. performance at Crestview Middle
School, located at the intersection of Clayton and Valley Roads. Tickets are $10.00 for the
                                             DIRECTIONS SAINT LOUIS, LLC
                                             Experience. The Directions Difference.
                                             109 Ballpark Drive
                                             Ballwin (St. Louis), MO 63011
                                             (636) 591-0177

                                             Visit us online:

         1st and Last Wednesdays                          Mahjongg
    of every month (beginning Feb. 3rd)     We play at the Clubhouse on Tuesday
   5:30 pm – 10:00 pm at the Clubhouse             mornings at 9:30 a.m.
     Bring your own supplies and enjoy           Contact Doris at 405-0648.
  some friendly company while you work!
 Questions? Contact Margaret 458-4004
                                              The Domino players get together the
     Thursday Bridge Group                    rd
                                             3 Thursday of every month at 2:30 pm
 Meeting on the first Thursday of                      at the Clubhouse
  the month from 9:30 – 12:30                 Contact Joan and Jerry at 458-8412.
   Contact Dori at 405-0648                        _______________________

Knitting Needlework & More                           Wednesday Bridge
         Fridays from 1–3 pm                     Meet the 2nd Wednesday of
     Lake Chesterfield Clubhouse              every month from 10 am – 2 pm.
Bring your knitting, crocheting or other           You can bring a lunch.
    needlecraft project and join us             Tea and coffee are provided.
                                            Contact Jo 458-8720 or Rose 458-7675
     for some fun and craftiness.                    __________________________
 Contact Nixie at 273-6706 or Hedy at
               405-1818                            PINOCHLE ANYONE?
                                                    Contact Tom or Emma at
        S C R A B B L E !                               636-273-4042
   Be a scrabble-rouser on the
    3rd Tuesday of the month
   at the Clubhouse at 1:00 pm                       The “Book Nook”
 Contact Pat for more information              Our expanded “Book Nook” has better
                                            lighting, more shelves and a place to sit and
            458-2314                          peruse the titles. Drop off your books and
                                                       pick up something new.
               DANCING                                 Clubhouse - lower level.
          LINE DANCING
 First, second and third Thursdays at the
Clubhouse -- 6:30 pm Contact Pat at 636-

Rockwood School Dist – for more information GO TO www.rockwood.k12.mo.us

New Web Site Launch: Jan. 2010
Parents – when you login to the Rockwood Web site after winter break – you’ll notice something different.

Rockwood is launching a new Web site with a focus on user-friendly navigation and up-to-date news and information

April 2010 Bond Issue
Rockwood’s Board of Education is scheduled to vote on Jan. 14 to place a $55 million no-tax increase bond issue on the April 6
ballot. Titled “Prop 5,” this bond issue would provide funding for these five areas: safety, maintenance, additions, renovations
and technology

ROSE Award
The ROSE Award is Rockwood’s highest honor. It’s an exclusive award given to those who have "made a difference"
in our schools.

Any individual providing volunteer service or working at a Rockwood location is eligible to be nominated for this
exclusive award. Find out how you can nominate

                     ATTENTION ALL CRAFTERS

                  & RAFFLE TO BENEFIT
                  CIRCLE OF CONCERN
                 Lake Chesterfield Clubhouse
             150 Waterside, Wildwood, MO 63040
                Saturday, November 13, 2010, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
For more information or to reserve booth space contact June Schroeder - 636-
458-                     636-405-                        636-405-
458-4266, Sandy Bitter - 636-405-0264 or Hedy Glover - 636-405-1818.

City of Wildwood News
For more information GO TO www.cityofwildwood.com

Stoplight Active at New College Avenue & State Route 109

The newly installed traffic signal at the intersection of State Route 109 and New College Avenue (just south of
Manchester Road) is now installed and operating. This light is a great relief to patrons of the Wildwood Campus of
the St. Louis Community College, the Wildwood Family YMCA, the Westridge Office Center, and Wildwood Square.

Candidate Filing Open for April 6, 2010 Municipal Election

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009 was the first day for filing for candidacy in the City of Wildwood for the April 6, 2010
Municipal Election. The following candidates have filed for office of Council Member in their respective Wards:

    •   David Geile, Ward One
    •   Holly Parks, Ward Two
    •   Tammy Shea, Ward Three
    •   Jean Vedvig, Ward Four
    •   David Sewell, Ward Six
    •   Jim Kranz, Ward Seven
    •   Holly Ferris, Ward Eight

For more information or updates regarding the April 6, 2010 Municipal election please visit the City's website at
www.cityofwildwood.com or call Lynne Greene-Beldner, Deputy City Administrator/City Clerk at 636-458-0440.

Website Improvements

The City's website host eGov Strategies has applied a series of updates. All public-facing applications were updated
to take advantage of a technology called Fast CGI. By utilizing this technology, the eGov Applications can remain
loaded into the server's memory rather than being loaded and unloaded with each page request. The result is less
strain on the CPU and translates into faster page load times.

Cabin Fever Hike Registration

Space is still available for the annual Cabin Fever Hike. For more information and to register please visit

Saturday, February 27, 2010

8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. City staff will only be at the trailhead until 11:00 a.m., therefore, participants must arrive
prior to that time to receive their giveaway and have time to enjoy the refreshments.

Al Foster Memorial Trailhead & Trail

Pro Pool Management will be holding Lifeguard/First Aid Training and CPR/AED Certification courses
                      throughout February, March, April, May, and June.

        For more information, please contact Pro Pool Management and Service at 314-PRO-POOL
                  or visit www.swimpropool.com to fill out an on-line application.

Paige Hardesty – Age 14:
Babysitting and taking care of pets, mail, newspapers, plants, etc during vacations –
Call: 636-458-6181 or 636-399-1084

Abby Marshall – Age 15
When: Whenever needed
What age: Any age at all
Cost of babysitting services: $3.00 an hour per kid
Phone number: (636) 288-2243
My address: 16228 Cancun Circle Dr.
I have taken a class for babysitting at St. Luke's Hospital.
I absolutely love kids and playing and caring for them. I have been babysitting for a
couple of years and had a blast!

Andrew Ivanchuk – Age 18
Looking to mow lawns, painting, or any other household work.
Call my cell phone at 636-484-1017. Thank you!

Tiffany Wofford – Age 14
I am interested in babysitting. My phone number is 636-207-6633-Home and 314-780-8165-Cell. My
address is 201 Beacon Pt.

Madison Pope     Baby Sitting – Pet Sitting – House Sitting
7 Grade - Baby Sitting Classes Attended
 - Alpha Wolf Honor Student - Responsible
Lake Chesterfield Resident
(636) 405-0883

           CALL JIM TO MAKE
            AN APPOINTMENT
                   $75.00 RANCH
                 $100.00 2-STORY
                $25.00 FOR VISUAL
                 BONDED & INSURED

SKY-VIEW Glass will beat anybody’s price on window replacement or repair!

     Personal Computer Services for Home and Home Office
                        For Microsoft Windows PCs

                Bob Cavender (Lake Chesterfield Resident)

Serving Wildwood, Ellisville, Chesterfield,
              Specializing in Spyware and Virus detection/repair
           General troubleshooting & PC Performance Optimization
           Video Card, Memory, CD/DVD and Hard Drive Upgrades
                                 And more..

                                   Cornerstone Home Improvement

                          Free Estimates         Reasonable Prices          No Job Too Small
          *Doors/Windows                                                        *Decks/Fences
         *Trim Replacement                                           *Painting/Pressure Washing
          *Tile/Flooring                                                  *Repairs/Remodeling
                                               *and more
                                   Call Steve @ (636) 236-3996
                                     Lake Chesterfield Resident

                             COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS
Things to sell?     Send your ad to LCHOA@LCHOA.ORG                                  Residents
                                                                        No charge -- Residents only.

FREE Frameless mirror – 42” x 86”, contact Ralph at 458-3144

TUTOR -- Nina Risdall - Masters Degree in Teaching - Certified Grades K – 8th - Reasonable rates -
                       Hours:                          636-273-         636-221-
Location is flexible - Hours: 4:00 to 7:30 pm Weekdays 636-273-0165 or 636-221-1815 or

Resident seeking Registered Nursing position in private practice or specialty area.
Contact Kim Reed, RN ph: 314-378-9094; email: burlykc@aol.com

Includes: 96” Table, Breakfront, 4 Cane-backed chairs, 2 Leaves, 2 Pads,
2 Pictures, Chandelier
All in excellent condition; $2,500 – Call BJ at 636-346-6603

                               Our thoughts, prayers and thanks should always go out to
                               the men and women serving in the Armed Forces.
                                Please submit the name and branch of those you know via
                                    email or phone to the office.

                                  Website of the Month: asoldierswishlist.org

Veterans -- no one can forget you!
Please list the years you served and what branch and we will make a special list for you!

James St. John                                        Jack Spencer
U.S. Army, 82      Airborne, 1968-1970                U.S. Navy, 1945-1951

Don Burnell, U.S. Army, 1960-1966                     Robert Pool
Co. F. Patton, 40 Armor & HQ Co                       U.S. Navy, 1962-1964
 nd      th
2 BG, 6 Infantry, Berlin, Germany                     USS Long Beach CG(N)-9

Jeff Reich                                            Dennis Mourning
                                                       rd             th
U.S. Navy, 1983-1987                                  3 Battalion/76 Artillery, Germany 1969-1971

Steve Brewer                                          Craig Neumann
U.S. Air Force, 1974-1994                             U.S. Navy, 1967-1971

John France                                           Merrill Pope
U.S. Navy, 1976-2004                                  U.S. Army, 1953-1955

Dan Peltonen                                          Jim Waskow
U.S. Marine Corp, 1966-1969                           U.S. Navy, 1957-1963
                                                      USS Thomaston, LSD-28
Robert Crawford
U.S. Marine Corp, 1951-1953                           Dan Kunz
                                                      U.S. Army Security Agency, 1969-1971
John Schroeder                                        Dennis T. McCubbin
U.S. Army, 135 Medical Battalion, 1960-1966                       nd
                                                      U.S. Army, 42    Engineers, 1968-1970

Wallace Lewis                                         George Braun
U.S. Army, 8 Infantry, 1944-1946                      U.S. Navy, 1971-1975
                                                      USS Grenadier SS525, USS America CVA-66
Jim Holtmann
U.S. Navy, 1960-1963

                           Clubhouse Schedule

     FEB 2        Mahjongg 9:30 AM
     FEB 2        Girl Scouts 5:30 PM
     FEB 3        SCRAPBOOKING 5:30 – 10:00 PM
     FEB 4        Bridge 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
     FEB 4        Line Dancing 6:30 PM
     FEB 5        Knitting/Needlework Group 1:00 PM
     FEB 6        PRIVATE PARTY – Evening
     FEB 9        Mahjongg 9:30 AM
     FEB 10       Bridge 10:00 – 2:00
     FEB 11       Line Dancing 6:30 PM
     FEB 12       Knitting/Needlework Group 1:00 PM
     FEB 13       PRIVATE PARTY – Evening
     FEB 16       Mahjongg 9:30 AM
     FEB 16       S C R A B B L E 1:00 PM
     FEB 16       Girl Scouts 5:30 PM
     FEB 17       Quilting for Charity 9:00 am – 2:00 pm
     FEB 18       Condo Board Meeting 9:00 AM
     FEB 18       Dominoes 2:30 PM
     FEB 18       Line Dancing 6:30 PM
     FEB 19       Knitting/Needlework Group 1:00 PM
     FEB 19       SOCIAL EVENT – Wine & Cheese Party 7:00 PM
     FEB 20       PRIVATE PARTY – Evening
     FEB 23       Mahjongg 9:30 AM
     FEB 24       SCRAPBOOKING 5:30 – 10:00 PM
     FEB 25       LCHOA Board Meeting 7:00 PM
     FEB 26       Knitting/Needlework Group 1:00 PM
     FEB 26       PRIVATE PARTY – Evening
     FEB 27       PRIVATE PARTY – Day

The clubhouse schedule is subject to change, addition or cancellation.

                               & RAFFLE TO BENEFIT
                               CIRCLE OF CONCERN
                                           Lake Chesterfield Clubhouse
                                       150 Waterside, Wildwood, MO 63040

                              Saturday, November 13, 2010, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
                                             Booth Registration
Please Print or Type

Vendor: ____________________________________________________________

Address: __________________________________________________________________

City ____________________________State ________________Zip __________________

Home Phone ______________________Cell Phone _______________________________

E-Mail Address ____________________________________________________________

Fee for each booth space is $30. Each booth space is approximately 6’ x 8’. There is, however, a variety of shapes
to choose from. The site plan will be available at the clubhouse or give June, Sandy or Hedy a call, and we will meet
you at the clubhouse. It is first come, first serve. Fee includes 1 chair, but does not include tables. All tables must
be covered with a tablecloth & skirting. Set-up time begins at 7:00 a.m., Nov. 13. Each vendor must donate one
item for the raffle to benefit Circle of Concern. Cookies, coffee & tea will be served throughout the day by the social
committee from Lake Chesterfield at no charge.

Any 110 volt electrical appliance that you plan to use and which will be plugged into the electrical system must be
listed below including the amperage of each appliance. There is no charge for electricity. Each vendor is responsible
for clean-up of their own area. A certificate of insurance is required if you are selling a food item. (Any item that can
be consumed)

Specify items to be sold and if electricity is needed:

Applications will be accepted from Lake Chesterfield residences in March & April. After April 30, reservations will
be accepted from other interested vendors. . Get your application in early and reserve your area.

I, the undersigned, hereby apply for space reservations at the Lake Chesterfield Holiday Boutique. I have enclosed a
check for $__________ made payable to Sandy Bitter. Mail check & application to The Harbors at Lake
Chesterfield, 150 Waterside Dr., Box 457, Wildwood, MO 63040. For questions call June Schroeder at 636-458-
4266, Sandy Bitter at 636-405-0264 or Hedy Glover at 636-405-1818.

Signature ____________________________________________________________________________

                         LAKE CHESTERFIELD MARINA CLUB
                                             Effective 1/1/2008

    Sunday through Thursday, daytime use until 5 p.m.
            Maximum: 40 guests, adults only

         Rental / cleaning fee:                  $200
         Refundable Security Deposit:            $150
                                Total:           $350

                   Sunday through Thursday, evening use after 5 p.m.

                   Rental / cleaning fee:               $220
                   Refundable Security Deposit:         $150
                                          Total:        $370

All rental groups that include children and/or
All rental groups over 40 people and/or
All Friday and Saturday rentals

Rental / cleaning fee:                $300
Refundable Security Deposit:          $200
Total:                                $500

The clubhouse may be rented by Homeowners only. A Homeowner must sign the contract
          which states that they are responsible and in attendance at all times.
NOTE: All rental events scheduled for heavy usage Holidays as stated in the Clubhouse
Usage/Rental Policy, will be charged the rate for Friday and Saturday use regardless of the
day the holiday may fall upon.
                                               636-458-        LCHOA@LCHOA.ORG
                 For more information, contact 636-458-1070 or LCHOA@LCHOA.ORG

     Contact LCHOA@LCHOA.ORG to reserve times for your Club or Social Activity.
    This is free for Homeowners but must be open for all Residents to attend. All groups
             reserving Clubhouse time must consist of a majority of Homeowners.

                                      PRODUCT RECALLS
Husqvarna Recalls Lawn Tractors; Parking Brake Failure Can Cause Loss of Control

Women's Shoes Recalled by Charles David Due to Fall Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Nordstrom and
Nordstrom Rack

Pacifiers Recalled by Gromex Due to Choking Hazard

BioSensory Recalls Dragonfly II Mosquito Trap and NightWatch Bedbug Monitor Products Due to
Laceration or Burn Hazard

Steam Cleaners Recalled by Thane International Due to Shock and Burn Hazards

Children's Hooded Jackets with Drawstrings Recalled by EMH Associates Due to Entrapment Hazard

Leather Shag Rugs Recalled by Chandra Rugs Due to Fire Hazard

Butterfly Chairs Recalled by Hobby Lobby Stores Due to Fall Hazard

Evenflo Recalls Telephone Toys Due to Choking Hazard

Children's Hooded Sweatshirts with Drawstrings Recalled by Propac Distributing Due to Strangulation

Rossignol Recalls Cross-Country Boots Due to Fall Hazard

Energizer Wallplate Nightlights Recalled Due to Fire Hazard

LeapFrog Recalls Electronic Plush Toys Due to Choking Hazard

Sevca LLC Recalls Sevylor(r) Tow Behinds; Quick Hitch Connectors Break, Posing Serious Hazard to

Polaris Industries Recalls ATVs Due to Fire Hazard

Stamina Products Recalls Elliptical Machines; Provides New Warning and Assembly Instructions

American-Darling: Product Alert - Hydrant operating rod and grease in each model B-84-B, B-62-B, B-
50-B, and MK-73 hydrant bearing cast dates from 1999 through 2003 must be replaced
Medallion and F2500 fire hydrants with cast years of 2002, 2003, and 2004 may require replacement
of the upper stem
Pierce Manufacturing Recalling Fire Apparatus Due To Latch

Elliptical Exercise Gliders Recalled by Thane Due to Fall Hazard; New Instructions to Be Provided

LEGO Systems Announces Recall of Remote Controls Due to Burn Hazard

Buster Brown Clog Children's Shoes Recalled by Brown Shoe Co. and Pagoda International Footwear
Ltd. Due to Choking Hazard


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