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Owner’s Association | Madison, MS

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 March 24, 2017
Pools are open.

LCOA's Annual Meeting:
Lake Caroline Owners Association (LCOA) Annual Meeting was held Tuesday night with a very good turn out and a great meeting. Lisa McNeal, LCOA President, called the meeting to order.

Billy Williams led the association members present in an opening prayer. Eddie Belvedresi led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance to the American flag.

The Association elected the 2017/2018 Board of Directors, members and officers. Those elected are:

Jay Files, President
Chris Walker, Vice President
Nancy Lehman, Secretary
Wayne Johnson, Treasurer
Brian Gray
Allison Balducci
Jay Santucci

Lake Caroline members owe a great word of appreciation to each of these board members for their willingness to donate their time and service to the association. A special appreciation to Lisa McNeal for her services to LCOA as a Board member and as President. Also a word of thanks to Ross Guastella for his service to Lake Caroline as a Board member.

The LCOA Board of Directors presented their 2016 volunteer of the year award to Phillip Perry, 100 Martinique Drive. Mr. Perry walks with his dog from his home down Caroline Boulevard at Highway 22 across the Lake Caroline neighborhood. As he traverses the Park, he continues down Caroline Blvd to the Stribling Road entrance. Mr. Perry will routinely walk this route several times a week (averages three times a week). As Mr. Perry walks, he stops and picks up any litter, garbage or debris he finds on the side of the road. As he collects trash in large trash bags, Mr. Perry will notify the office the locations where the trash bags can be found for pick-up. On some occasions, there have been as many as five full bags of trash on the side of the road (different locations) that Mr. Perry had collected on one walk. Over an extended period of time, Phillip has picked up the trash along the sides of the roads. Furthermore, Phillip has started to expand his trash removal reach into the woods along the right of way of his custom hike.

Members present approved the previous year's minutes and the financial reports for 2016. The Board of Directors' budget for 2017 was also presented and approved. Committee chairs each presented a report from their respective committees.

Newly elected Board President, Jay Flies, updated the association on the progress with the new amenity. Clearing the property should start shortly.

Thanks to all of you who attended or turned in your proxy to assure a quorum for this meeting. A special word of appreciation to all the Advisory Council members who gave assistance registering property owners insuring there were no lines to deal with at registration.

Saturday morning, April 8th, the Easter Bunny will come to Lake Caroline’s walking trail park to host an Easter Egg Hunt for the boys and girls, 8 years old and under. The hunt will begin at 9:30 a.m. and then the Bunny will be available to pose for pictures with the children afterward. The pictures are to be taken by parents and grandparents. (No professional photographer.)

To participate, please provide 1 dozen plastic, candy-filled Easter eggs per child that you are bringing to the hunt. You can put them in a grocery bag, and attach your name to it. The eggs can be dropped off inside the Bellevue Clubhouse anytime the week before the event.... but must be there by 5:00 p.m. Thursday evening, April 6th.

In the event of rain, lemonade will be served at the Martinique Clubhouse, where the Bunny will be available for pictures inside.
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