Author: Seven Lakes News Letter

The event takes place at Westside Park on Saturday, March 5, 2022 and includes a 5K race timed by Precision Race and an untimed Kids’ Fun Run.  Enjoy the scenic beauty of this race and post-race hydration sponsored by Hoist. Please thank our sponsors: Dr. Jennifer Massey – Seven Lakes Family Dentistry, The Stites Team at Keller Williams Realty, Ed Hill Wealth Management, TempControl, The Lake House ‘The Seven Lakes West Watersports Club, Jim Greaves, Railhouse Brewery Hoist – IV Level Hydration, L Mace Dance, Carolina Property Sales, Seven Lakes Kennels and Seven Lakes Self Storage Registration Fees: 5K Race:  …

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Patty Cleary and Dance Partner Ed Tuton Twisting The Night Away The Seven Lakes Golf Club was transformed into a nightclub reminiscent of the Copacabana  from years gone by on Valentine’s weekend holding a dinner dance benefitting the Veterans Wall Of Honor. It was a very entertaining evening at the sold out Valentine’s Dinner Dance sponsored by the Seven Lakes News and held at the Golf Club.  All the ladies received a rose upon entering the Valentines decorated venue and then headed with husband‘s and boyfriends in  “tow“ to the photo booth. Everyone had a blast and enjoyed a fantastic…

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The days of holding Chili Cookoff‘s, annual free Concerts and bake sales to fix our dangerous and deteriorating roads that are located in our business “community“ have long passed.    Our newspaper receives a multitude of complaints every month with residents and tourists wanting to know whom to blame for tire damage etc..  A few weeks ago I hit a pothole or sinkhole with my SUV and broke a shock which cost $560 to repair. We can no longer expect a handful of conscientious community minded business owners to constantly repair our private roads at their expense. Even with the…

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Seven Lakes News has been notified that Americans will have the chance to order free at-home COVID-19 tests starting Wednesday, Jan. 19. Families can order up to four at-home COVID-19 tests per household, according to the Biden administration. The at-home test kits can “look for antigens, or proteins, of the coronavirus and return results very quickly, typically within an hour and some within minutes.” “These are different from lab tests, known as PCR tests. They look for viral genetic material but can take up to three days to return results.”  The tests will ship within seven to 12 days from…

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A “realistic” guerrilla war will be fought across two dozen North Carolina counties including Moore County  this month, with young soldiers battling seasoned “freedom fighters,” according to the U.S. Army. The two-week “unconventional warfare exercise” will be staged Jan. 22-Feb. 4 on privately owned land. And it will be realistic enough to include the sounds of gunfire (blanks) and flares, the U.S. Army John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School said in a news release. Exact times, locations and exercise specifics are not provided. However, advance publicity is intended to make sure civilians — including law enforcement officers —…

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How you receive your mail may not be at the top of your list of things to think about when you are considering when buying a new home. If you are a senior citizen, handicapped or simply don’t feel like walking (or driving) several  blocks away every day to fetch your mail, however, it is something that you might want to move up the list.  Especially now with the proliferation of online sales met with Pony Express delivery problems from Fed-Ex and UPS. Don‘t blame our association,  the SLLA, they have “no dog in the fight.“   Put the blame…

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