Author: Seven Lakes News Letter

On Saturday December 17th, Executive Director, Victoria Levinger of the Wall f Honor foundation placed wreaths to honor Veterans that are no longer with us.  This was part of the Wreaths Across America program which placed wreaths at thousands of cemeteries throughout America. The donation of wreaths from the Worcester Wreath Co. began as a personal tribute from the Worcester family to military veterans who gave their lives for this country. The family quietly made these wreath donations to Arlington National Cemetery for nearly 15 years before a photo set them on a path they hadn’t dreamed about. The photo…

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Captain and crew were accompanied by family and friends  lighting up the night and spreading holiday spirit to the community after several days of power outage darkness. Many thanks to William Casey and Zoe Stewart, Charlotte Kennedy and Heather Guild. Also, Pat and Kathy McNamara, Tom and Jane Wetsel, Rodney and Tonya Godwin, David and Julia Poisson, Stephen and McLean Cox, Mike and Sarah Casey. Judges were long time resident George Temple and new resident Carol O‘Reilly. The winners for the Most Beautiful Boat were Pat and Kathy McNamara with their Gingerbread House lit with candies and icicles and Santa…

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With the 50th birthday of Seven Lakes I had the opportunity to interview Mr. Alan Shaw, one of the original developers of Seven Lakes to enlighten residents to a factual version of our history beginning a Five Part  Series, “The 50 Year Saga Of Seven Lakes.“ Through extensive interviews with the former President of Longleaf Incorporated and  General Partner in Peter V Tufts and Associates, the two original developers of Seven Lakes North, Seven Lakes South, and Seven Lakes West we were able to ascertain the factual history of Seven Lakes. The series includes the triumphs and tragedies at the…

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To watch: dress warmly…the lake is cold at night! If you are viewing from the dam, please note that you CANNOT park cars on the dam. Golf carts are okay if not blocking the road. We should reach the dam about 6:20ish.   Feel free to sing songs, be merry, have fun. To watch from a lakefront home: we hope that on December 10th, we “LIGHT THE NIGHT”…will you help us by lighting up your docks? The lake will be beautiful, the boaters will be able to see your dock better, and will enjoy looking at them as we pass by!…

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