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Exchange Club thanks Ward
Lake Tansi Exchange Club President Mike Ferry is shown giving Jo Ward a token of appreciation for being the club's guest speaker. Ward is with the Center for Communication Awareness. This group is part of the Stephen's Center, whose mission is to stop child abuse. Ward travels five counties, providing programs that help instill good parenting skills, thus trying to stem off child abuse. Last year, there were 947 families that took part in various programs. There is a parent counseling class that lasts nine weeks and is completely free of charge. It is Ward's job to get the community aware of all the program has to offer. Ward was quite informative and explained to the Exchange Club where our effort and monies donated go to benefit these programs.
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28th Exchange Club golf tournament set April 26
The 28th Lake Tansi Exchange Club's benefit golf tournament will be Saturday, April 26, a 1 p.m. at the Lake Tansi Golf Course. The tournament will be a four-person scramble format with a $70 entry fee or $280 per team which includes individual mulligan. The tournament will be flighted at the end of play, with prizes awarded to the top three teams in each flight.
Exchange Club spaghetti dinner set Saturday
Anna Holmes and Judi Hartman(right) are the co-chair for the Lake Tansi Exchange Club spaghetti dinner. This event will be held on March 29 at the Thunderbird Recreation Center at Lake Tansi. There will be an all you can eat dinner, followed by a bake sale. The ladies are also planning a silent auction. Tickets will be $10 and you can purchase them from Exchange Club members or at the door that evening. All proceeds go into the Exchange Club treasury to enable the club to support groups that are striving to prevent child abuse.
Brown selects superlative eighth-grade students
Frank P Brown Elementary School has announced the 8th Grade superlatives for the 2013-2014 academic year. The 19 students were selected by their peers in nine different award categories. Pictured from left to right are: Front row, Wittiest - Emilee Mullis and Chase Clark; Most Dependable - Jasmine Smith and Levi Lowe; Best All Around - Nate Hargis and Sandy Stone; Second row, Most Talented - Trenton Martin, Alex Fowler, and Billy Drainas; Most Likely to Succeed - Carolyn Sampson and Grayson Brawner; Best Character - Scott Winningham and Shelby Miles; Top row, Miss B.E.S. - Cassidy Brown and Mr. B.E.S. - Jake Lewis; Most Athletic - Keela Kimbro and Chris Barnett; Friendliest - Skyler Eastwood and Holden Shires. Congratulations to all of these students and to the Class of 2018!
POA finishes year on target
The POA finished the 2013 fiscal year effectively on target with our year end projections.
Revenue of $2,488,194 for the year was $8,664 more than had been budgeted. Our expenses came in under budget by $9,630 at $ 2,406,977.
Did you know?
Members at Lake Tansi Village are truly fortunate, within one safe community they have the following amenities:
TSUD under new ownership
Tansi Sewer Utility District is officially under new ownership, albeit the transfer is only temporary and nothing has really changed in terms of day-to-day operations.
Board committed to keeping community informed
Our board of directors would like to express thanks to each person who has called or otherwise contacted us with ideas of support, growth, and (for that matter) criticism.
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