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Community Association to welcome Jay David in March
The Lake Tansi Community Association meets the third Tuesday of each month at the Thunderbird Recreation Center for a potluck to be held at 6 p.m., and all members of Lake Tansi are invited to attend. We are proud to present our featured entertainment for the month of March, Jay David.
Tailgating for the biggest game of the year
On Feb. 2, Super Bowl Sunday, Lake Tansi held a tailgate party for residents to watch the big game on the big screen. The impending battle between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII was met with great anticipation and little hope that Bronco quarterback and Tennessee Vols darling, Peyton Manning, would be able to lead the team and come home with a Super Bowl ring.
Let’s build a snowman
Lake Tansi finally got a nice heap of snow on the evening of Wednesday, Feb. 12. Waking up to a beautiful, snow laden wonderland and bearable temperatures, Lake Tansi’s children found their playground outside in easily packable snow and rolled up their sleeves to make a favorite winter creation – a snowman.
Spring treasure sale set April 26
Lake Tansi will hold a spring treasure sale on Saturday, April 26 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m at the Thunderbird Recreation Hall. Yard sale items only – no crafts, clothing, or commercial items. Set up is Friday, April 25 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Vendors will be provided with an 8 foot table and two chairs for $20. Breakfast and lunch will be available.
For more information, call Brenda Toodle at 265-1444 or 788-1150.
Exchange Club celebrates growth
Lake Tansi Exchange Club President Mike Ferry is shown giving a certificate of membership to new member David Kopp.
This one's for the birds
On Jan. 5-9, Tennessee seemingly exchanged places with Alaska. While Alaska enjoyed a heat wave with record high temperatures, Cumberland County got a taste of subarctic winds, rains, snowfall, and ice. With temperatures reaching record lows and a wind chill of -12 degrees, Lake Tansi was left to the birds. Hoards of Canadian geese, American coots, mallards, hooded mergansers, and other beautiful water fowl flocked to the water and were just about the only warm blooded creatures out and about during the winter blast.
A sweet exchange
C really is for cookie! Nothing says Christmas is near like a baker’s dozen or two brought in for a cookie exchange. The annual cookie exchange, sponsored by Lake Tansi Recreation Committee, was held on Thursday, Dec. 19 at the Thunderbird Recreation Center. With lunch, cookies, and a raffle for Christmas novelties and poinsettias, it was difficult not to take away an abundance of Christmas spirit, as well as a full stomach.
Lake Tansi Bandits strike again
Lake Tansi Bandits recently donated to Hospice of Cumberland County in honor of Dianne Hansen. Many were came out to mark the special occasion including Lake Tansi Bandits President Russ Conn and Hospice of Cumberland County’s Executive Director Ken Taylor.
Welcome new members to the board of directors
With winter upon us, cabin fever has set in for some. If you are like me, you can’t wait for the arrival of spring, and with it, a new year and a new beginning for Lake Tansi. Hopefully, the weather will be on our side this year with warm, dry days so we can enjoy the Lake Tansi amenities such as golf, the lakes, beach and activities at the Thunderbird Recreation Hall.
Looking forward to better weather in 2014
As we take a look at the previous year, we can only hope for one thing ... better weather!
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