Members in Good Standing wishing to get a head start on paying their Dues and Assessments for the upcoming year are now able to do so. The RRA is now accepting monthly installment prepayments for Dues and Assessments. Prepayment installments will be credited to the Member and are deposited into an interest free account which will be applied to the Member’s account on May 1st of the following year.
No billing or invoices will be generated since it is the member’s responsibility to make the monthly deposits in a timely fashion. Participation in the plan is strictly voluntary. Participating Member understands that Dues and Assessments may be increased, resulting in additional obligations beyond the installment payment amount.
For questions or inquiries, please contact the Association office at 440-563-3170.
**Early payments can only be accepted at the RRA Office or via US Mail.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the friends and family of Maralyn Brommer. Maralyn and her husband Roy were residents of the Shores for many years. Maralyn served on Village Council. Her husband Roy served on both the RRA Board of Directors and the RSV Village Council.
Maralyn J. Brommer, age 75 of Painesville Twp, passed away August 4, 2018 at her residence. She was born May 22, 1943 in Cleveland.
Maralyn Brommer had been a part owner of Roys Auto Recycling in Jefferson, OH for 22 years. She also was an avid reader.
Survivors include her husband of 38 years Roy L. Brommer; son Chuck R. Brommer; grandson Garrett Brommer and sister Karen (Nick) Psathas. She was preceded in death by her parents George and Jane Miller.
A private family burial will take place at Riverside Cemetery in Cleveland, OH.
In Maralyn. Brommers memory, contributions may be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 17876 St. Clair Ave., Cleveland, OH 44110.
Arrangements entrusted to Brunner Sanden Deitrick Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Mentor, OH.
Offer condolences at www.brunners.com.
The Rib Cookoff has been cancelled due to lack of participation.
If you are definitely planning on cooking ribs for the event, please contact Barb Buckley ASAP. She can be reached at (440) 645-7365 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again for your interest! The rib cook-off will be held on August 11th at 6pm. Participants can purchase tickets at the event to sample ribs prepared by our participating cooks! Additional tastings can be purchased, as well. The club will be preparing the side dishes for the event. Bring your appetite!
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Update: All services have been restored
The Shores (predominately the North end) of the lake is currently experiencing an outage affecting power, internet, and phone service. The estimated time for power restoration is 1pm 7/13/2018.
No follow-up eblast will be sent unless the power is out over a 24 hour period.
You can follow the status of repairs by clicking the button below for the FirstEnergy Outage Center.
Susan and her husband Darryl have lived in the Shores for many years. Our condolences go out to Susan’s family and friends.
Susan Marie True (Bostwick), 71, of Ravenna OH passed away peacefully the evening of Tuesday, July 10th, 2018. She was surrounded by her most ardent supporters and surviving family members; her husband, Darryl True; her eldest son, Trent True with wife Shannon True; and youngest son, Daren True and his wife Christina True.
She was a vibrant woman who threw her all into everything she did for those she cared about. She worked for many years at the Berea General Electric plant before leaving the workforce. In years past, you could have run into her chaperoning trips for Daren’s chess club, steel drum band, or cheering from the stands for the marching band he directed. She embraced her daughter-in-laws as her own girls and was always game for a spa day. She was an avid golfer with long time friend Barb Miller and anyone who would go with her, always smirking when the guys at the shop would overestimate her handicap. Her love of the outdoors lead her to The Kent Garden Club, where for many years she was a champion for helping set up Project Green, a program to educate disabled children to learn about and grow their own plants by working with the club and local schools.
Many of her favorite memories were from attending theater shows, spending time with her now departed dogs, Bear and Parker, and boating on the lake with her husband and family friends.
Per her wishes she will be cremated and returned to those places she held most dear. A Celebration Of Life will be hosted by the family on Weds. July 18, from 5-9pm, with a service to begin at 6:30pm at the Ode to Joy Center, 480 Ravenna Rd., Streetsboro, OH 44240. Casual clothes and comfortable shoes are encouraged. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Akron Children’s Hospital https://goo.gl/8dqxcZ.
The bridge on RT 45 in Rock Creek is officially closed now until approximately early August. The official detour is US 6 to SR 534 to SR 307.
Alternatively, you can take Footville-Richmond west to Windsor-Mechanicsville Rd south, then take Callender Rd back east (Shaffer Rd is reportedly too rough of a road for some). If you’re going to Ashtabula, your best bet is to take US 6 east to RT 11 north.
If you’re going RT 45 south from the direction of I-90, the road is open to Pasta Oven. If you’re heading north on RT 45 from US 6, the road is open to Cantini’s/Family Dollar.
The sidewalk over the bridge is open to foot traffic.
Roaming Shores celebrated Independence Day on Saturday, June 30th. It was a hot, sunny, jam-packed day!
Roaming Shores 5K
The morning began with the Roaming Shores 5K, sponsored by the STARS Club. 73 participants signed up for the race! It was hot early, but the runners didn’t seem to mind. Thank you very much to all of our participants, our volunteers, sponsors, Rome Fire Department, Morgan Hose Fire Department, SCAD, the Roaming Shores Police Department and to Stasny Road Racing for helping make this such a great and safe event!!
Cardboard Boat Races
After the 5K, another race was held, the Cardboard Boat Races hosted by the Roaming Shores Police Department. 5 boats entered the race.
The participants and awards were as follows:
• Johnny Ralston Fastest Boat / Most Creative Boat
• Madison Roskos / Luke Jordan
• Matthew Modorelli
• Jake Modorelli
• Katie England / Most Spectacular Sinking Boat
What a great event! Great job on your boats, everyone!
Jason Scribben Memorial 3 vs 3 Volleyball Tournament
The Jason Scribben Memorial Volleyball Tournament is held every year in honor of Jason Scribben. Jason loved volleyball and unfortunately passed away in a boating accident on the lake in 1998.
Nine teams competed in this year’s tournament. The winners were…
- 1st Place: Randy Rueble, Mark Miller, Jim Rhuland
- 2nd Place: JJ Jackson, Barbara Jackson,
- 3rd Place: Robert Jackson, Tommy Jackson, Nick Ludwig
The 2018 Roaming Shores Fireworks Display
No 4th of July Celebration in Roaming Shores is complete without the Annual Fireworks display! The display is made possible by your generous donations to the STARS Club. This year’s display was awesome. Click the album below for more pictures and video of the Grand Finale!
What an amazing weekend! Thank you to all who contributed their time, effort, and/or donations to make this year’s celebration a success! Have a great 4th of July!
Boating Safety Committee
By: Bruce C. Bower
Or maybe our friends and neighbors are following the rules and laws of the lake, or I just didn’t observe long enough. Hope springs eternal! Now nothing in this world is perfect so let me tell you about a few of the antics that I did see. I saw a two person jet-ski pulling a tube, this is already a bad start. You must have enough “seats” to carry ALL persons involved in the activity. So, a driver, an observer and ONE person in the tube is legal in the State of Ohio on a three person ski. No such luck, there were two people on the tube. This would be four people involved on a two person ski! Appears to be some bad math, total ignorance of the law, bad judgement or they just don’t care. I think they were youngsters so what the heck are the parents thinking? What would happen if the tube blows? Who is going to save who?
On 6/20/18 at 21:15 I saw a bass boat, with some sort of white spotlight flying down the lake, heading north. This was really disappointing because I thought the bass boat pilots were educated in ALL the rules and laws and should darn well know that when it’s dark, it’s probably after sunset. So besides breaking the law, this jock had a nice bright white light to blind anyone coming the other way. A double dose of dumb!
Another thing that was noted by a neighbor was that a paddle board Captain was cruising after dark without any sort of light on the board. The law states that you must have a PFD, either being worn or strapped to the board and a “lighted torch”, if used after sunset. This means some sort of flashlight or battery lantern, strange language, but you get the idea.
Just a reminder about pulling beach floats behind a paddle powered craft, it would be the safest move to stay in the coves and DO NOT do this at night. The State still has not made an official rule for this activity, but I’m quite sure they will.
My dear neighbors, think the worst and prepare for it, have fun, but nobody wants to be involved with the pain and suffering of an accident. The above are my observations and opinions and not those of the Board. As always, call me if you have comments or criticisms. 440.563.4108 or 216.906.2301