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SLN FEB 2018

Seven Lakes News

Seven Lakes News February Edition ONLY THE SUNSET COVERS SEVEN LAKES BETTER! CHAD STITES 910-992-6230 SHANNON STITES 910-992-6231 UNDER CONTRACT IN 5 DAYS UNDER CONTRACT IN 2 WEEKS UNDER CONTRACT IN 6 DAYS UNDER CONTRACT IN 10 DAYS UNDER CONTRACT 100 Dorset Rd 3 BR / 2 BA Lovely open layout with recent updates! 117 Sherwood 3 BR / 2 BA Lovely Seven Lakes South Townhouse 180 Baker Cr 4 BR / 3 BA Beautiful spacious home with lots of upgrades! 101 Bunside Ct 3 BR / 2.5 BA Spacious custom built home with many upgrades! 104 Lakewood Ct 3 BR / 2 BA Move-in Ready! NEW LISTING NEW LISTING NEW LISTING NEW LISTING FULL WALKOUT + WORKSHOP! 114 Butterfly Ct 3 BR / 3.5 BA Stunning post & beam waterfront home on Lake Auman 95 Glen Cove Lane 3 BR / 2.5 BA Spacious layout with water views from the backyard 106 Hastings Dr 3 BR / 3 BA Golf Front home with fresh paint and many recent updates! 113 Anchor Pt New Waterfront Listing on Lake Auman Spacious and updated 150 Swaringen Dr 3 BR / 3 BA Lake Auman Waterfront 108 Clay Cr 3 BR / 2.5 BA Amazing water views from this lovely custom designed & built home 1008 Seven Lakes Dr Professional Office Space Move-in Ready! 101 Cambridge 3 BR / 2 BA Spacious Golf Front with lower level 121 E Devonshire 3 BR / 2 BA Beautiful all brick, like new! 341 Longleaf Dr 3 Br / 2.5 BA Lovely single level home on over-sized lot 157 Morris Dr 3 Br / 3.5 BA Lake Auman Waterfront 1008 Seven Lakes Dr #1 Ideal Office Space on Seven Lakes Drive LOTS SOLD 119 Wertz Dr Waterfront lot on Lake Auman with wonderful views, bulkhead and large area to build your dream home. 136 Fawnwood Dr 104 Spong Ct 260 Morgan Ridge 104 Smathers Dr 119 Simmons Dr

Section B Community Scene Seven Lakes News February Edition Section B 1 DO YOU WANNA DANCE? Salsa, Cha-cha, Swing, Rumba, Tango, Waltz, Foxtrot! What’s your pleasure? We have a great opportunity to learn from a professional instructor with years of experience, clarity, and wit! She can accommodate all levels of experience! The fall dance classes at the North Clubhouse were a hit! Those who attended had a great time, lots of laughter, and made new friends! We want to offer it again starting in January! The price is right – just $10 per person per lesson. No commitments, just come when you can. No partner necessary. Just bring your sense of humor and desire to try! We need to know how many residents/guests are interested before we schedule the instructor. Please contact Kay at to get information or to express your interest in attending. Premier Bocce player, Westsider Tony While, was presented the initial Bocce Club championship trophy for 2017. Tony led all members in 2017 with a point total of 162. The Club meets every Monday and Friday at 2:00 pm at the Northside complex. Annual Easter Egg Hunt The Recreation Committee will be hosting the Annual Easter egg hunt on March 31, 2018 and we are requesting donations of candy to fi ll 2,000 eggs. The best kind are small wrapped candies that will fi t into a plastic egg. No peanuts due to allergies and no chocolate should the day be warm. We can pick up your donation or if more convenient you can take it to the landowners offi ce. Please contact either, Nancy Knowlton #315-673-2464 or Linda Christy #910-673-3978 to arrange pickup. The Facilities & Maintenance Committee is looking for volunteers to be on the committee? Please email the Facilities & Maintenance Committee at for more information. Committee Chairs Announced Bob Connolly has assumed the role of Chairperson of the Finance Committee. Tom Lawless has assumed the role of Chairperson of the Infrastructure Committee. The fi rst day of the RFID Implementation Project went very smoothly, despite the 20 mph wind gusts! Members who chose to bring their vehicles to the Community Center on Tuesday, January 23 to get their new RFID tags experienced little to no wait times. Bud and Liz Sales Continued From Front Page Over the next 28 years he was employed by the Caterpillar Tractor dealer for New York and Connecticut where Bud held several sales positions and was a vice president and COO. After retiring from the construction business in 1992 he joined the Advancement Staff of Colgate University raising funds for a fi ve year Capital Campaign for the university. Bud fi nally retired for the last time in 1998. The majority of his spare time is divided between service to his church, the community and to Seven Lakes Kiwanis. In 2011 Bud was made an Elder of West End Presbyterian Church. He has just completed fi ve years as treasurer of the church, serving as chair of the Finance Committee and chair of the church’s Capital Campaign. His service to Seven Lakes West began in 2001 upon his election to the Board of Directors as Legal Chair and Vice President. Over the following years, following that three year term, he served on the Legal Affairs Committee which he founded, the Long Range Planning Committee, the Architectural Review Committee and Human Resources. He was also a member of the building team that planed for and constructed the SLW Community Center. In 2011 Bud received the Joe Fellingham Award for Community service. Bud has been a member of Seven Lakes Kiwanis for the past seven years and he is the past president of the club, a member of the Board of Directors and Membership Chairman. In what is left of his leisure time, Ihe manages to do a bit of fi shing, play some poker with “the boys” and try to keep my art skills alive with watercolor painting. He has entered numerous art shows both here and in Connecticut and has received some awards for his work. Unfortunately, there is never enough time… He is proudest proudest in his role in leading the mergers of Seven Lakes West with the communities of Beacon Ridge, Morganwood and The Pinnacles. These mergers brought the various separate communities into the one unifi ed, covenanted community that we all live in today. He feels as though the second most important period of his life dealt with the recently completed Capital Campaign at West End Presbyterian Church. He lead a team which raised the funds to pay off the church’s mortgage, managed to complete three major renovations to the church facilities and was able to purchase a new church van. By: Toni Lanni Staff Reporter

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