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Where Water Meets The Sky

Every now and then, it happens: a special place is born. Where water meets the sky. Where energy awakens. Where suddenly you find yourself seeing, feeling, knowing it is meant to be.

Caroline’s 850-acre lake, surrounded by hundreds of gently rolling acres, is a world unto itself. A world where the sounds of nature serenade. Where water holds her mirror constant to the ever-changing moods of the sky. Where opportunity calls. The opportunity to own your own piece of shoreline. To glimpse tranquil water or pristine greens as you stroll through your neighborhood. To gain the peace and quiet of country living.

We call it home… Our Caroline.

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News Notes February 16, 2018
Mississippi Boater Education Course:
The Lake Committee is proud to host a Mississippi Boater Education course for Lake Caroline property owners taught by MDWFP on March 10, 2018 at the Bellevue clubhouse starting at 8:00 a.m. The course will last about six hours. This course will be for the first 50 people that sign up. It is free of charge and lunch will be provided.

To register just reply to this email or contact the Lake Caroline office, 601-898-1370, with names of those registering.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn about boater safety and enhance your summer boating experience at Lake Caroline. Effective July 1, 1997 any person born after June 30, 1980 must complete a Boating Safety Course to operate a boat in public waters. The state course taught by MDWFP officers and volunteers (6 hours of in class study) is accepted nationwide. Completion of this course will satisfy this requirement. The Lake Committee would like to encourage all boaters that have not previously taken this course to sign up.

Wayne Black
Chairman of Lake Committee

Volunteers Needed for Annual Easter Egg Hunt:
Volunteers are needed for the annual Easter Egg hunt! The egg hunt will take place at the walking trail/park on March 24, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., and usually lasts about an hour at best. We will be roping off specific areas for age groups this year: 0-2-year-olds, 3-5-year-olds, and 6-8-year-olds. Please contact Angela McKenzie if you are willing to help hide eggs or decorate the Bunny Trail! Thanks in advance!

What are those Green Posts in the Park?
If you walked the park last year and wished you had shade in the summer or color in the fall or spring, we heard you! Nativ Nurseries was hired to plant 100 trees in the park. Small saplings were planted to allow the trees to establish deep root systems. This is necessary as there is no in-ground irrigation. The trees have been planted in flexible, green tubes to create the best environment for growth and to deter deer from snacking on the tender shoots. Expect to see the following trees breaking bud this spring: Red mulberry, black cherry, Mexican plum, flowering dogwood, black tupelo, redbud and five kinds of oak. As we know, good things come to those who wait. Three to four years of tube protection will insure that we have the beginnings of a lush park with shaded walks and lots of color. PS: Although the saplings need moisture, encourage your pets not to add any.
Landscape Committee Members Sought:
Do you like gardening or looking at beautiful gardens? Then we want you to serve on the 2018 Landscape Committee. Since 20 projects were completed last year there are only a few projects needed this year. Thus, members will only meet a few times this year to design beds. Contact any committee member to voice your interest. Members include: Brenda Fortenberry, Jerry Collums, Kris Rhoads, Marianne Veal, Melanie Bowles and Penny Ammons and Chair, Rebecca Rives, Chair

Lake Levels and News:
The lake is now 3.25 inches above full pool which is three fourths of an inch higher than last week. The lake level this same time last year was 5.25 inches below full pool.

The next fertilizing of both lakes will be March 5th.
Also, the following scheduled date to fertilize both lakes will be the week of March 19th.

The Lake Study (shocking the lake) this year will be April 3rd beginning about 7:45 a.m. at the Bellevue boat ramp. Camden Lake's study will follow the main lake
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