Author: Seven Lakes News Letter

By: Millie Jameson SL News Reporter Interested in kayaking in Seven Lakes but don’t have a lot of experience?  If you want to rent a kayak to see if you like it or If you’re nervous, consider taking a class from Cape Fear Adventures, (no pun intended) capefearadventures.com. There is a new kayak launch site provided by SLLA in Seven Lakes located at Cottage Grove and Pleasant View Lane to get out into the water for a day of fun. Sit-on-top kayaks tend to be the easiest for beginners. They are very stable and easy to get in and out…

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By: Diane Sandoval SL News Reporter Richard and Jean Broker founded River Oaks Quarter Horses located in nearby Robbins on January 1, 1978. Foundation Quarter Horse breeding was soon the primary goal. In 1987, the business relocated to the current location in North Carolina. Additional Foundation Broodmares were added, as well as two Foundation Stallions. River Oaks Quarter Horses received local and national recognition for excellence in their Foundation Quarter Horse breeding program, and was featured in the Quarter Horse Journal in 1996. In July 2002, a decision was made to reduce the horse operation and expand into the cattle…

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The Seven Lakes News recently announced the Board Of Directors for the non profit organization Seven Lakes Wall Of Honor, Inc. The Board of Directors is the governing body of the nonprofit organization. The members of the board will manage the foundation in building the Wall Of Honor to be erected at the Seven Lakes cemetery. MEMBERS Victoria Levinger Seven Lakes News Edward Hill Edward Hill Wealth Management Gayle Mace Mace Electric Sam Ransdale Burney Hardware Tom Elliott Sandhills Winery Donations to help with the cost of the polished black granite wall which will bear the names of over 200…

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A new group of concerned residents within the Seven Lakes West community are emerging. This beautiful, seemingly serene lake community has recently become very divided regarding the current and future use of the “crown jewel” – Lake Auman. The lake is the largest in the area, providing 800 acres of aquatic recreation for the residents and their guests. Boating, fishing, kayaking, paddle boarding, swimming and viewing of nature are among the most popular activities enjoyed by the home owners. Certainly Lake Auman anchors the value of all property within the community.In the past several years a growing sport, that has received national attention, is wake…

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A warm welcome to The Jarosz family to Seven Lakes South . Dan, Trish and Benjamin Jarosz moved from the north side, where they were renting for a year and a half when they came to love the community and decided to purchase and set their family roots in the South . Literally! Both Dan and Trish are originally from Montreal, Canada and after being elementary school crushes 40 years ago, finally got married last year !! so proud to call Seven Lakes North Carolina their home because of the warm weather and warm hearted people of the South.…

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