Edition
March 9, 2012

POA News

Regular Session Agenda of the Board of Directors

Tuesday, March 13, 2012, 7 p.m. CLPOA Lodge - Holiday Bay Room I. Call to Order • Pledge of Allegiance • Invocation • Verification of Quorum II. Special Presentations (if any) III. Approval of Minutes • Regular Session January 3, 2012 IV. Report of Executive Session Actions V. Communication from Association Membership VI. General Comments from Board Members VII. Committee …

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Generally Speaking: A message from General Manager Jon Sabo

Thank you to the members and guests of the Country Club for sharing their input on the changes to the menu. I really appreciate the feedback and please know that Jeffrey Main, Director of Food and Beverage, is reviewing the comments and continues to work through his plan to bring those operations to financial and service viability. The purpose of the changes is to make those operations survive wit…

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Director Comments: Treasurer discusses reallocation of reserves for the Golf Course

  Management has not confirmed the accuracy of this document. The report does not represent an official position of the Association or its Board. At the end of fiscal year 2012 we would have $643,052 in reserves for the Golf Course, according to the 2008 Reserve Study. The new 2012 Reserve Study shows $983,522.59 of old items (22) for the Golf Course are now fully funded according to this repo…

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Open forum with POA Board

I would like to have an Open Forum with Board, CFO, GM, the City of Canyon Lake and the homeowners of Canyon Lake on Friday, March 23, at 4 p.m. in the Board Room. Anyone can ask anything they want. It is time to clear the air and put whatever has been said by everyone to rest, including the Board of Directors and the City of Canyon Lake. Anyone who attends this meeting will have an opportunity …

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At the Lighthouse: Make plans to enjoy some luck o' the Irish

There will be a special St. Patrick's Day event on Saturday, March 17, from 6 to 10 p.m. in the Holiday Bay Room. Entertainment will be provided by the DJ Company. The restaurant will be closed during this event, but the main bar and portable bar will be open. The cost is $19.99 per person, reservations are recommended. The St. Patrick's Day menu will feature traditional Corned Beef and Cabbage,…

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At the Country Club: Country Club offers a new menu

Members are encouraged to try out the Country Club's new menu, featuring items like the Windy City Foot Long Hot Dog, Hula Burger, Texas TNT Burger and many others. The new menu can be viewed on the POA website under "Important Notices." The Country Club will also feature brewed Starbucks regular and decaf coffee. In addition, the grab-and-go snack bar will remain open seven days a week. Directo…

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CLPOA Public Notice regarding delinquent assessments

Members are hereby notified that Canyon Lake Property Owners Association will be engaging the services of a collection agency. This process will be conducted for accounts that are 90 days or more delinquent that have not made arrangements for payment. Bad debt will be reported to the three major credit reporting agencies. Notice is further given that Canyon Lake Property Owners Association will …

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POA announces Annual Meeting and Election Calendar

The 2012 Inspector of Election will be Danielle Hallman of HOA Elections of California, Inc Wednesday, February 1 – “Notice of Intent to Run” forms available in the Corporate Office. Friday, February 4 – Announce availability of “Notice of Intent to Run” forms in The Friday Flyer. Friday, February 24, 3 p.m. – “Notice of Intent to Run” forms and Candidate Statements must be…

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Registering for a recreational class or activity?

Members should register for all recreation and activity classes at the Program and Activities office, located next to the Pool. Forms are still available to pick up at Member Services, but will need to be submitted and paid for at the Program and Activities office. Members can sign up for classes Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. This applies to the instructional class registration signu…

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The Pool is reopening Monday, March 12

Warm weather or not, it's time to go swimming! The Pool will reopen Monday, with water heated by a unique solar system supplemented by propane, when necessary. Hours for open swimming will be 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily. In the morning, lap swimmers are invited to exercise from 7 to 10 a.m. Water Aerobics classes are held Monday through Saturday at 8:30 a.m. The cost is $2 per class or $25 for a mon…

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Classes and Activities: Horse Camp

Looking for a spring break activity for your child? The POA is offering a Horse Camp for kids ages 6 and above, beginning Monday, March 26. Sessions are Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Equestrian Center. The cost is $100 per child. The camp is facilitated by the POA’s horse trainer, Alex Radomirovic, who says young people will learn both Western and English riding, plus vaultin…

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Happy Camp is offering a 'Spring Break Special'

The Campground is offering its “Spring Break Special” through May 22. With this special, campers who stay four days pay for three days and those who stay seven days pay for five days. Reservations must be made in person at the Campground with a $10 deposit per site. Campground Daily Rates Summer Rates (May 1 through October 31) • Lakefront with Water, Electric & Sewer: $35 • Off-Water…

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Classes and Activities: Dance and exercise classes

• Beach Boot Camp – Classes meet at Sunset Beach (at the Lodge) Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 to 7 a.m. Evening classes are held in the same location Tuesday and Thursday, 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. Bring a towel and a set of dumbbells. Included in the $60 fee are 18 hour-long workouts of stretching, cardio workout, abs and strength training, along with a full body assessment. Sign up at the Progra…

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Classes and Activities: Oil painting class

Rita Forand teaches oil-painting classes each month in the Pool View Room at the Lodge. Learn to paint this snowy covered bridge scene on Sunday, March 18, from 1 to 4 p.m. There needs to be at last four signups per class; a maximum of 12 will be accepted. Fee for the class is $60, payable in advance at Member Services. There is nothing for students to bring to the class – just come and paint,…

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Classes and Activities: Mr. Porkpie's Magic Camp

Spring break is coming! Children ages 7 to 11 are invited to Mister Porkpie's Magic Camp Monday through Friday, March 26 to 30, from 9 a.m. to noon in the Pool View Room at the Lodge. The fee is $150 (plus $30 materials fee), with a discount of $15 for each sibling. Join Mister Porkpie for an exciting and magical week! Students will learn the basics of magic, creating a character, performance sk…

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Classes and Activities: Computer classes will begin in April

The POA is offering a new schedule of computer classes that begin in April. Register at Member Services, making checks payable to the Senior Committee. All class offerings, which are not highly structured, will accommodate beginners as well as intermediate users. Students with notebook/laptop computers with the new Windows 7 Operating System are encouraged to bring their computers to class. • …

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Senior Center News

Every day at the Senior Center there are classes and activities like needlecraft and sewing, game night, card players, woodcarving, Dancercise and Wii bowling. Seniors are invited to the center to join their neighbors and meet new friends. For information about the Senior Center, contact Activities Director Lynn Jensen at 244-6841, ext. 217. Senior Center Calendar Monday: 10 a.m. Needlecraft; 1…

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MHA presentation

A "Making Home Affordable" (MHA) presentation is scheduled for Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. at the Lodge. The Making Home Affordable Program is a part of the Obama Administration's broad strategy to help homeowners avoid foreclosure, stabilize the country's housing market and improve the nation's economy. Homeowners can lower their monthly mortgage payments and get into more stable loans at tod…

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Fiesta Day 2012 booth applications will be available April 2

The Fiesta Day Committee is preparing for this year's Fiesta Day, which will be held Memorial Day weekend, Saturday, May 26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Applications for booths and parade entry forms can be found at Member Services starting Monday, April 2. Organizers say they want this year's Fiesta Day to have a “Country” feel with the Silverados Band returning to play classic and contemporary c…

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Committee updates

 • Weekly Committee Schedule March 13 – Community Patrol Committee, 11 a.m. (Board Rood); Board of Directors Meeting, 7 p.m. (Holiday Bay Room) March 15 – Architectural Control Committee (ACC), 11 a.m. (Board Room); Technology Committee, 3 p.m. (Corporate Conference Room); Facilities Review Committee, 7 p.m. (Board Room) • Standing Committee Schedule ACC – Every Thursday, 11 a.m. …

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ACC Agenda

March 1, 2012 IMPROVEMENTS 3720-091, 29467 Vacation Dr. – Gunite pool, spa, propane, deck, fence 3804-106, 23441 Canyon Lake Dr. N. – Paint fence, front door, shutters 3804-172, 30399 Channel Way Dr. – Barbecue, patio, concrete, retaining wall extension, guardrails, propane, planter LAKESIDE 3779-028, 30136 Cross Hill Dr. – Seawall, concrete 3719-338, 30300 Hiding Bass Pl. – Dock…

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Member Memos

Guest 'call-ins' Members now can register to call their guests in online. Member Services has been going through the process of updating the guest call-in system. With this new system update, there has been some delay for members calling in guests.  The POA asks that members be patient with staff while converting to this new system. Once things are up and running full speed, the wait time will …

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Street Sweeping Schedule

Members and their guests play a part in ensuring streets are clean by not parking on the street for sweep day between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Moving vehicles off a street scheduled for sweeping allows the sweeper to thoroughly clean the street from curb-to-curb. One parked car equals nearly three car-lengths of space that can’t be swept because the street sweeping equipment must lea…

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