Author: Seven Lakes News Letter

North Carolina is preparing for heavy rainfall and possible flooding on Friday and Saturday from the remnants of Hurricane Ian. Governor Cooper reminds residents that now is the time to complete their personal preparations. “While we don’t yet know exactly how this storm will impact our state, it’s clear that this will be a significant rain event for much of North Carolina and now is the time for people to get prepared,” said Governor Cooper. “We are tracking the storm closely and strongly encourage everyone across the state to have an emergency kit and emergency plan in place.” The State…

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Recently, there has been a heated debate throughout the Seven Lakes North community regarding the future of “STR“, (Short Term Rentals) with restrictions which are currently in place on the South side. While living in California until 2016, we were not aware of any restrictions and rented our house on the South side consistently for weekend and weekly rentals and the rentals produced a substantial amount of income for our family.  When we owned a home in Palmetto Dunes on Hilton Head Island we chose to leave the oppressive humidity in the summer and rent our home for 13 weeks. …

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MIKE PUSILLO BRIAN BRECH BOB HALL DOC TULLIS BILL McNEILL JIM HAGGARD ED JABLONSKI MIKE SHAPIRO TONY CUPOLO BOB RINALDI STEVE LOOMIS BILL OERKY LISA MACE KENNY MACE CHERYL BANTLE TOM BECK JIM LIME JACK LIME ED HOSTETTER BILL GARSKE ARCHIE SIMMONS DEREK SIMMONS CORBETT SIMMONS PATRICK DYE ED HILL MARSHALL HOWELL ROB GRUBB ZACK GRUBB TOM PROTS BRYAN  Mc ELVEEN ED PRICKETT JAKE CORTZ BOB REYNOLDS BRENT MOSS NIEL STODGHILL LUKE STODGHILL JEFF BOODY FLOYD MCCABE BENNETT ALLEN BRIAN WALLS JOHN DANCEK MARK TAYLOR MARK TAYLOR MIKE DEMONICO RICHARD SPELL NICK  MASTRES KEVIN WOLF LARRY WELLS MARVIN HILL…

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Snakes are out in full force right now in Seven Lakes.  My friend Jackie Coger was turning on the water faucet by her garden when she spotted what turned out to be a Copperhead! The copperhead is the most common and widespread venomous snake in North Carolina. Copperheads are the most common venomous snake found in North Carolina. According to the Carolinas Poison Center, they receive 10 times the number of calls about copperheads than all other snakes combined.In many areas, including most of the larger urban areas of the state, it is the only venomous snake.   They’re also the…

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In anticipation of the SLLA North and South Holiday Bazaar taking place at the North Clubhouse on Saturday, November 12, 2022, Connie will be offering a pre-order price on a Seven Lakes calendar that she is currently producing. Pre – orders will be $10.00 – Bazaar price will be $12.00 Cash, check, Venmo and Paypal accepted Stay tuned for more updates and payment information for pre-orders….….. In the meantime, please check out my calendar from 2022- I will also be doing a calendar like this as well – same prices!! Love Seven Lakes Living!!!!! Connie Curtis  609-902-0420  cjchope1@yahoo.com

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Plant exchange this Sunday, September 25, 2-4 pm at the North Club House. If you are attending, leave a reply to the plants you will be bringing. If you haven’t begun your propagating, you still have plenty of time. If your perennials need thinning, bring some. If you don’t have a plant to bring but would like to begin the journey of caring for a houseplant, come and find one that needs a home. Join us and talk all things plants.

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Accidents do happen and it could be just a matter of time for an underage driver of a golf cart to hurt someone on the streets of Seven Lakes or riding with them. Golf carts aren‘t just for golfers anymore, and their widening use means injuries for kids who want to give the vehicles a whirl, new research shows. Researchers looked at more than 100 children treated at pediatric or adult trauma centers in Pennsylvania after being injured in a golf cart.  The injuries weren‘t always mild. Three-quarters experienced at least one bone fracture; more than 4 in 10 suffered…

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