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Scout Report: Welcome wagon drops the ball
I was excited to take the day off from work on Saturday. It was one of those rare occasions when I would get to spend the whole weekend with my wife. “I did mention that we’re marching in a parade today, didn’t I?” I asked. “Umm, no.” she replied. By the tone of her voice I could tell she thought I was joking.
Changes on the way for events
With the season getting started in full swing, our recreation department has certainly been a hot topic for the last few months. I understand our members don’t like change, so we are getting a handle on what is going on, and uses of our buildings to secure our buildings and amenities for our members only. I’m not trying to step on anyone’s toes or upset our members.
Lake Tansi Village secures amenities for LTVPOA members
The Public is invited to continue and enjoy the use of the beautiful golf course, the delightful 19th Hole Restaurant, story-telling and beverages at Killeen’s on the Green, Tansi’s Hiawatha Health Center, remembrances from the souvenir and pro shops, information needed from the Lake Tansi Village Property Owners Association Office, and the peace that is found at Tansi Community Church services and events.
- Candidates needed for POW board, advisory committees
- Lake Patrol is on the job!
Lake Tansi Community Association meets June 17
The Lake Tansi Community Association meets on the third Tuesday of each month. The next meeting will be on June 17 at the Thunderbird Recreation Center for a potluck to be held at 6 p.m.
- FUNd committee supports more projects
V is for Victory Garden
“Plant more in ‘44” was the slogan. World War II was the times. Victory Gardens, also called War Gardens and Gardens of Defense, became a way of thwarting the inevitable shortages wartime propagated during the first World War. The practice of Victory Gardens peaked during WWII, which accounted for 40 percent of all the fruits and vegetables consumed in the US in 1944.
Lake Tansi Auxiliary supports Hospice of Cumberland County
Hospice of Cumberland County sends a giant “thank you” to the Lake Tansi Auxiliary for their $3,025 donation.
Dancing the night away with the Tansi Dance Club
Lake Tansi has got rhythm! This was made evident by the impressive display of line dancing, swing dancing and two-stepping at the Lake Tansi Dance Club meeting at the Thunderbird Recreation Center May 2. Bringing their choice of beverages and a snack to share with other members, the LT Dance Club gathers monthly to dance to their favorite tunes.
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