Marina Bay South Quarterly Newsletter Fall 2004 – Amanda Tanner, Editor Ooops… Meet the Members In the hustle and bustle of our last meeting, I forgot As part of our new newsletter, I thought it would be to thank Irena for all of her hard work this summer. neat to feature a section about our co-owners. We She filled up dozens of buckets with small rocks will begin with two board members, the from near the breakwall, and carried them by hand Dominiques and the Tanners. I will contact all co- over to the berm. The rocks look great and should owners at a later date to get your information. help keep the weeding to a minimum. Thanks again, from all of us. Russ and Karen Dominique are full-time residents of Wauseon, Ohio, and part-time residents at This Buck Marina Bay South. Karen was visited on born and raised in Cheboygan September and now the whole family 23 around enjoys being with Karen's eight P.M. parents, visiting Mackinaw City, and just spending time at the lake. Russ is the owner of Wauseon Machine and Manufacturing and is an avid golfer, fisherman, and snowmobiler. Karen is a stay-at-home mom with a passion for taking care of her family and home. They have four children, Brittany, 18; Brandi, 12; Darcie, 10; and Trevor, 8. Brittany is currently on the swim team and attending the University of Toledo. Brandi, a seventh grader, just wrapped up her first year on the golf team and is beginning the basketball season. Marina Update Darcie, a fourth grader, enjoys tap dancing and ballet, and is in her fifth year of piano lessons. On September 14, we received notice from the U.S. Little Trevor is a second grader, and loves golf, the Army Corps of Engineers that a permit had been Detroit Pistons, the Detroit Lions, the Detroit Red granted. The state DEQ, however, had some other Wings, and of course, the Detroit Tigers. needs that were addressed in the middle of September. Paul and Amanda Tanner have three sons. Brian, the oldest, is a cook at the Great Lakes Grill in In October, we were advised that the project was Cheboygan. Justin is a sophomore at Michigan out on “public notice”. Public notice expires on Technological University, majoring in computer November 14. systems science. Chase, the youngest, is a senior at Sault Area High School, I spoke to Chuck Ramussen on November works at Taco Bell, and plans on 8, and he was fairly certain that we would attending Grand Valley State have a permit by the week of November 20. University in the fall as a We are still hopeful that the project will be mechanical engineering major. completed this year. Because of their jobs, Paul and Amanda have been splitting their time between Sault Ste. Marie, and Cheboygan. Paul is the maintenance supervisor at Sault Area High School and Career Center in Sault Ste. Marie Lock Box (www.eup.k12.mi.us/~ptanner). His hobbies include Our new lock box has been installed, as discussed in surfing the Internet, taking walks, and fixing things. the fall meeting. We still need keys from 402, 403, Amanda teaches computer and technology classes at 405, and 408. Please drop your keys off at the Cheboygan High School Tanner’s the next time you are in town. . (www.cheboygan.k12.mi.us). Her hobbies include digital photography, building Web Sites (www.amandatanner.com) reading Grisham novels, Be a Good Neighbor and taking walks. During the wintertime, they can As part of our “mending fences” campaign, we are often be found snowboarding with the kids. reminding everyone to be cordial to our neighbors from Marina Bay East. Even though we are two NEXT MONTH: Meet the Members will feature the separate associations on paper; we are united as Vincents and Psetas. Please email or snail mail your neighbors who enjoy the same beautiful natural biographical information to me. My email address is surroundings. We should treat our neighbors the email@example.com. way we would like to be treated, making this a better community to live in. marinabaysouth.com Since our fall meeting, I spent some additional time working on our Web Site, acquired a domain name, and posted our site on November 13. Now anyone with Internet access can see your northern get-away by pointing their browser to marinabaysouth.com. If you like adding a www to your addresses, go ahead. It will work either way. I would really appreciate any feedback which you may have to offer. Constructive criticism is always Old Man Winter good, and ideas are even better. Show the site off, show it to your family and friends. I have already Winter is fast approaching! Just a friendly reminder, had one request from a co-owner for a virutual tour, check your furnace and thermostat settings. It’s which I will be working on very soon. always better to think ahead and practice preventive measures If you have any digital images you would like to see added to our home on the web, feel free to send them to me via email (or bring your camer/memory card/cables with you the next time you are here). Happy Holidays to one and all!
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