Author: Seven Lakes News Letter

If the Moore County Sheriff‘s Department would like to fulfill their monthly budget, spend a few hours on Devonshire Avenue in the afternoon issuing speeding tickets. There are many drivers going 52 MPH + instead of 25.  Don‘t blame our HOA for lax enforcement, it turns out to be an extremely complicated legal issue intertwined with a myriad of NC statutes. In North Carolina, the speeding issue often comes down to who is responsible for the road.  If the roads are truly private as is the case in Seven Lakes and not dedicated, and the association owns and maintains them,…

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Ready for a Boot Scootin’ good time?  Join us for dinner, dancing, a silent auction and travel opportunities!! What: A BARN DANCE to benefit PRANCING HORSE center for therapeutic horsemanship Where: The Fair Barn, Pinehurst When: Thursday, April 28,2022, 6-10:00 PM Christine Pritchard 910-992-1356

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Bobbi Parsons, owner of “Looks Like Magic“  recently opened a salon in Seven Lakes. Bobbi is a Permanent make up artist, Botox injection specialist, RN, & Certified Nurse Anesthetist. with over 3 decades of experience as a healthcare professional.  She graduated from the University of Charleston with her nursing degree in 2003. Attended the Charleston Area Medical Center School of Nurse Anesthesia, graduating in 2008, and The Preeya Academy of Permanent makeup in 2019. She brings decades of medical knowledge & experience as well as a passion for creativity & beautiful results. She thinks „outside the box“ in creating the…

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Hannah Vidrine lives on the North side with parents Chad and Tiffany. Hannah is not your typical teen with her head buried in her iPhone. Hannah is home schooled and she loves it. Hannah, only 16 years old rescued  a hound mix she calls “Blue“ when he was on deaths door at 8 months old when his new foster parents brought him home.  The dog was abused, very skinny and scared. They couldn‘t keep him and and Hannah came to the rescue.  Hannah‘s new friend was completely untrained snd very scared when she first adopted him. Now 16 months old…

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The Barn Restoration Project began 9 months ago when Heather Guild returned to the SLLA board as Facilities Director. Previously, the Board believed the existing structure was beyond repair and that replacement could be in excess of $300k. A lifelong rider, she was certain the barn could be saved with the goals of 1) improving horse and human safety and 2) enhancing the aesthetics at the gateway to the Seven Lakes North & South community. Substantial safety improvements were undertaken in the fall including installation of (10) new stall doors, window grills, and rubber mats; replacing (3) sets of exterior…

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