June Winery Bus Tour Recap

The STARS Club’s first Winery Bus Tour of the year was held on June 15th. Despite the rain, the group had a great time visiting Stonegait Winery, Laurentia Viveyard, and Laurello Vineyards. We did not get the opportunity to visit Cask307 as it was not yet open and Silver Crest Cellars closed before we made it over. No big deal, we stopped at Laurello instead. We all had a wonderful time and hope you can join us next time! The next tour will be held October 5th.

6/16/19 High Water/No Wake

Due to the amount of rain water we have received with more coming, the entire lake is currently NO WAKE. No wake indication strobe lights are located on the Clubhouse, at Beach 2, and at the Marina. If the lights are flashing, the lake is NO WAKE.

Creating a wake while the lake water is high risks damage to docks and boats. Be cautious!

High lake waters bring more than just water. If you are out on the lake, remember to be extra cautious of debris that may be in the water and hidden due to the muddy conditions.

Check on your docked boats. If the lake water is high and there is not enough slack in your line, the line can snap and your boat can float away. However, make sure to not have too much slack to where your boat can end up on top of your dock. If you have canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, etc. on your dock, you may want to consider moving them further away from the shore.

If you are not a full time resident, consider calling your neighbors to check on your boats.

Once the water recede to normal levels, we will turn off the No Wake lights. 

Senior Care 101

Worried about yourself, family, or friend? The Senior Connections committee has answers and suggestions for you.

  • In home care suggestions and solutions
  • How to find the right care setting
  • Ways to pay for care
  • When to ask for help

This presentation will be held at the Clubhouse. Doors open at 5:30 pm, presentation at 6pm. Dinner will be served! RSVP appreciated, but not required.

Please call Christina White at (440) 969.4663

Bring with you ideas and suggestions for future education on senior issues.

 

President’s Report June 2019

It will quit raining someday. The sun will shine for days on end and all will be well. The pools are open and our summer season is finally here. Along with the nice weather comes increased activity on our lake. There have already been reports of reckless and unsafe jet skis, Sea doo’s, etc. We all love our lake, and safety while on the lake has to be everyone’s top priority. During the weekends we have our lake patrol on the water. Please call the RRA office immediately @ 440-563-3170 if you see any unsafe personal watercraft or boats. Take pictures with your phone if possible, we will find the violators. Homeowners will be penalized for anyone reported while operating watercraft belonging to them. We take this issue very seriously and there are NO EXCEPTIONS to the rules.

Kids Learn to Fish Day is Sat. June 8 and The Kids Fishing Day is Sat June 22. All children and grandchildren of Roaming Shores residents are welcome. Contact the RRA Office for details. This Fishing club is very generous to all of the kids involved.

On Fri. June 14 and Sat June 15 we will hold our Annual Roaming Shores Garage Sale. This is a great opportunity to clean up and make a few bucks. There is always a lot of traffic and street parking during this weekend so please be extra aware while driving on our streets during this time. Contact the RRA office if you would like your address to be published on our list of garage sale participants.

Enjoy the weather and be careful out there!

Rick Brothers
President RRA Board

July 6th Independence Day Weekend Festivities

The biggest day of the year in Roaming Shores will be Saturday, July 6th. Make sure you don’t miss out!

Roaming Shores 5K:

The day will kick off at 8am with the Roaming Shores 5K. The 5K is a family friendly athletic event.

 

Cardboard Boat Races:

Then at noon, the Roaming Shores Police Department will host their 2nd Annual Cardboard Boat Race at Beach 1. “THE CHALLENGE”: to design and build a person-powered corrugated cardboard boat capable of racing a 200-yard course, in Lake Roaming Rock. Boats may be powered by canoe paddles, oars, kayak paddles, approved mechanical paddlewheels, sails and raw muscle power. For full rules and waiver, click here or contact the Roaming Shores Police Department at rspd@roamingshorespd.org. Pre-registration for this event will begin 05-20-2019 and continue until 06-28-2019. Entries made after 06-28-2019 will have to be submitted on the morning of the race from 10:30 to 11:45 at the clubhouse.

Jason Scribben Memorial Volleyball Tournament:

Jason P. Scribben was a senior at Grand Valley High School and died in a boating accident on Lake Roaming Rock on July 4th, 1998. The volleyball court at beach #1 was dedicated to him. Since 1999, the family has held a 3 on 3 Volleyball Tournament in his honor. This year will be the 20th Anniversary of the tournament.

This year the annual Jason P. Scribben Memorial 3 on 3 Volleyball Tournament will be on July 6th at the Roaming Shores Beach #1 Volleyball Court. The tournament will start at 1pm and registration will begin at 12:00pm.

Steve Kryznowek is organizing this year’s event. If you have any questions, he can be reached at 563-3723.

So please come and join us as we celebrate Jason P. Scribben’s memories and support safe boating on our Lake.

Fireworks:

The Annual Fireworks Display will be Saturday July 6th at 10pm, weather permitting. The rain date will be July 7th. The annual display is made possible by the generous donations of our Membership and the tireless efforts of the STARS Club. The show is best viewed by boat or from the Beach 1 area.

Boaters: Please anchor your boats around the buoys (rather than down the lake) for safety and the best view of lower & sky driven displays. Try to be in place by 9:30pm/9:45pm.

**On Fireworks Night, the entire lake will be NO WAKE beginning at 8pm until dawn the following morning.**

 

2019 Kids Fishing Day – June 22nd

On Saturday, June 22nd,  the Club will host the Annual Kids Fishing Day at Beach 1 from 10am to Noon. The Kids Fishing Day is a fun tournament just for kids ages 0 to 14. If you’re interested in sponsoring this event, donations of $50 or more are being accepted. We will post your information on the Fishing Club’s outside bulletin board as a thank you for your support. Please contact any Fishing Club Officer for more information.

Club Officers

President: Dave Emick – 440-520-0203
Vice President: Dave Flaum – 440-563-9107
Treasurer Co-chairs:
Walt Samson – 440-563-3107
Dave Emick – 440-520-0203
Secretary: Mike Chevalier – 440-563-3457

Turn Your Lights On!

Lake Safety Committee
By: Bruce C. Bower

 At sunset, you are supposed to turn on your vessel (boat) lights. This is not a request, it is a State Law and common sense. There will be some tough concepts coming, so bear with me. At sunset (which is when that big fiery ball goes below the horizon, where the sky seems to meet the earth), you are posed to turn your lights ON. Now then, you should have two lights on the bow (the front), one green and one red, (as in Christmas colors, oops not PC). And to make this more difficult, you should have a white one on the stern (the stern is the end of the boat where the engine is, you know that noisy thing ) all at one time! Three lights: one red, one green and one white. Here’s another twist, how about checking these important lights to make sure they work, scary huh?  

 Now for the jet jockeys, it’s simple, you get off the lake before sunset. So when it’s dark, you are supposed to be home. Upon close examination, you will see that there are NO light switches on your dashboard. Another clue as to when it is dark, is that you can’t see the people shaking their fists at you, from the shore. This is because you are not supposed to be on the water when it’s dark, setting up an opportunity to kill yourself or innocent others. Oh, if you are interested, the time of sunset changes every day, so look it up on your google machine and you will be highly amazed.

 If this rant was too non-PC for you, just wrap the garbage in it and give me a call with your suggestions or criticisms, in order to try and attain safety and civility on our Lake.

Carry on smartly and safely,

Bower out           cell 216.906.2301

6/2/19 Entire Lake is NO WAKE

Update: The No Wake lights will be turned off the morning of 6/4/19

Due to the amount of rain water we have received, the entire lake is currently NO WAKE. NO WAKE indication strobe lights are located on the Clubhouse, at Beach 2, and at the Marina. If the lights are flashing, the lake is NO WAKE.

Creating a wake while the lake water is high risks damage to docks and boats. Be cautious!

High lake waters bring more than just water. If you are out on the lake today, remember to be extra cautious of debris that may be in the water and hidden due to the muddy conditions.

Check on your docked boats. If the lake water is high and there is not enough slack in your line, the line can snap and your boat can float away. But, make sure to not have too much slack to where your boat can end up on top of your dock. If you have canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, etc. on your dock, you may want to consider moving them further away from the shore.

If you are not a full time resident, consider calling your neighbors to check on your boats.

Once the waters recede to normal levels, we will turn off the NO WAKE lights.

Route 45 to Close June 3rd

6/10/19 Update: The completion date was changed to June 12th

Traffic Alert:  Beginning on Monday, June 3, SR 45 just south of Lampson Rd. will be closed through Friday, June 12 for a bridge deck overlay. The detour will be SR 307 to SR 534 to US 6.

The unofficial detour is Lampson Rd to Forman Rd to Allen Rd (if driving south – reverse directions if heading north). Note these roads can be rough. Plan alternate routes, if desired.

Environmental tip of the month — Don’t flush wipes of any kind!

A reminder from the Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club
Submitted by Louise Lisac

Please refrain from flushing any type of wipes; even the ones that say flushable.  They have been contributing to problems in many communities and sewer systems have been negatively affected.  It isn’t the design of the sewer systems causing the problem; it’s the design of the wipes themselves.  They are not toilet paper and do not decompose in a reasonable period of time.  They have been linked to blockages in many cities.  Recently our own Shores has experienced an increase of wipes and they have created issues for our lift stations, our systems and our workers. 

You may want to do some research on this topic.  I know I did and I extracted the following from the website:  https://strictlymanology.com/are-dude-wipes-flushable/

I don’t mean to be sexist with this specific website.  It’s just that it had the most down to earth English version of why flushing wipes is a bad idea.  Check out the experiment they initiated to prove it.  Listed below is their conclusion.

“I’m not sure what the “Guidelines” are for flushable wipes, but based on my rudimentary experiment, I’d say that municipalities are onto something when they say their sewage systems are being clogged by these wipes.

One argument from flushable wipe companies is that people are flushing non-flushable wipes, which is the true contributor to clogs.

Again, I’m going to defer to my experiment and say that both flushable and non-flushable wipes can be a contributing factor to these sewage clogs.”

Please reconsider the next time you think of flushing a wipe and don’t.  You can dispose of them another way.  Save our sewer system, prevent inconvenience and needless repairs!  You may also save some problems with your own plumbing systems.  Thanks everyone for your consideration and your participation in the 2019 no flush wipe season!!!!

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