Luau Saturday May 30
Get your grass skirts out, we’ve ordered nice weather and signed up the hula dancers for this year’s Luau. By popular demand, it’s been moved to the weekend AFTER Memorial Day to allow more people to attend this fun-filled event.
4 PM BOAT PARADE – This year’s theme will be music so decorate your boat and/or dress up like your favorite artist, video, song or style of music. Prizes will be given. Boats will meet at the underwater bridge at 4 pm and proceed counterclockwise around the lake (spectators are encouraged and there’s a rumor a few boats might even throw candy).
5 PM VISIT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS – The fun continues at the lot on the West Lake side of the underwater bridge. Visit with your neighbors and enjoy music and games for the kids with DJ Jim Hursey.
6 PM POTLUCK DINNER – The Association will provide meat, plates, serving utensils and lemonade. Bring lawn chairs, a dish or two that can be shared generously, and any special drinks you want for your family. The May newsletter will remind you to send an RSVP. You can attend alone or bring friends and family with you as long as they are included in your count.
June 23 & 25 at Leclaire Lake
The Edwardsville Parks Department will be offering free fishing lessons at Leclaire Lake from 9 to 11 a.m. on June 23 & 25. Youth must be 15 years of age or younger. Must have adult present, equipment will be provided. For details or to register call the Parks Office at 692-7538.
At the March meeting the Board of Directors approved the budget of $176,000 presented to the members at the annual meeting. They voted to retain the same slate of officers and committee chairs were selected. More committee volunteers are needed.
It was announced that the Association closed on the property at 840 East Lake Drive on March 27. A geotechnical engineering study of the soil will start immediately.
Priorities for repairs on the commons areas were discussed. Finding more dock space, taking down dead trees and cleaning up the sites are the priority. Some possibilities for better signage than the current yard signs and agenda boxes were discussed.
The legal committee reported the Association’s attorney has written a letter to 2 owners owing a total of over $13,500 in back assessments and it was reported that two permits were issued in March. One was for a shed and one for new construction on Lotus to replacing the house that was demolished this fall.
June 20, 2015
Mark your calendars and alert the grandkids.
Details and rules for this year’s event will be posted on the website closer to the event.