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SVL furnishes free food but turnout is low
July 2012. Many Sugar Valley Property owners are apparently unaware of the events that occur about every three or four weeks. This month just a few members (usually the same few) attended the Taco Salad Dinner. Perhaps these events are happening too often, or maybe they only happen at low-volume times during the year. For whatever reason, just a few members seem to turn out for these social events, apparently hosted/funded by the Homes Association. If you have any suggestions in regard to these events be sure to write your representative. In the past, some members have expressed their views that these free dinners are a waste of our money and should be stopped. Others have stated that these sponsored events should be held when a majority of out-of-town members are likely to be enjoying their property. What is your view? Post your comments on the Sugar Valley Lakes Face Book link.
Member turnout is low for SVL BINGO
JUNE 2012. BINGO was a bust at the SVL clubhouse. Few SVL Members attended this month's social event.
SVL 2012 Memorial Day Weekend is memorial
Sugar Valley Property owners came to town this weekend in droves.
They came in everything from SUV's to ATV's. They played on the sandy
beach at the spillway. They played at the SVL swimming pool, on the golf
course and on the lakes and dusty roads. They played and some
stayed on their own properties in everything from tents and trucks to
cabins and condos. Memorial Day 2012 weekend turned out to be a great
experience for those who attended and for the local businesses and the
homes association who were there to provide services to support the SVL
SVL 2012 Season Starts with a fizzle
MAY 2012. Those members who came to Sugar Valley on April 1 this year hoping to
use the amenities were disappointed. The bath house was not opened on
schedule. The good news is, it is now open and available for use. Like
usual, the showers at the clubhouse will probably not open until the
pool it opened.
There are rumors (haven't seen anything official) that pool will be open to non-members (for a fee) this year since the Mound City municipal pool is closed. If this turns out to be true, the pool might get a little crowded so get there early and be sure to bring an ID so you won't get charged an admission fee. Like the other common properties, all paid members have an easement of enjoyment to use the swimming pool. If you aren't a property owner, buy a lake lot or lease one for a year, pay your assessments and join the fun!
Those members who didn't get to the lake this May 12, 2012 weekend
missed out on some more free food again this month. There were
free hamburgers and hot dogs at the clubhouse at 6PM on Saturday.
Don't miss out on these food events, it is part of your paid membership.
There is something like this almost every month. Check out the
Association's website and plan ahead to get your fair share of these
member benefits. If you don't join in, someone else will be eating your
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