The Club sponsored the Dean Blanton Bass Tournament Saturday, Sept 15th. We had a great turnout with 9 boats entered!
The winners were:
1st Place – Mike Chevalier 2nd Place – George Polosky 3rd Place – Al Rubosky
The big bass of the day was 3.12lb from the Baitt team. Saturday, Oct 13th is our Annual Clam Bake at the Clubhouse 3pm – 5pm. Check with any Club officer for tickets or the RRA Office or mail in the flier provided online or in the newspaper.
Includes: 12 Steamed Clams, 1/2 Chicken, Bread, Coleslaw, Yam or White Baked Potato, Corn on the Cob, Clam Chowder, and Cake for Dessert
Beverages: Coffee, Tea, and Punch or BYOB
This event is catered by Maple Heights Catering
No tickets will be sold at the door.
Clam Dinner: $25/each Extra Clams: $10/each extra order Chicken Dinner: $18/each
To preorder tickets, send orders and checks to: Roaming Shores Fishing Club, P.O. Box 478, Roaming Shores, OH 44084
On Saturday, Sept 15th, the STARS Club welcomed John Pallo, a resident of Roaming Shores and 35 year veteran of the wine an spirits business, to give a presentation. Mr. Pallo brought several varieties of wines for participants to sample. Thank you to everyone who came to participate, contribute, and learn during this event. Special thanks to John Pallo for sharing his knowledge and experience!
Self-Dredging: If you intend on self-dredging around your dock or seawall, either yourself or hiring a contractor, you will not be required to obtain a permit from the US Army Corp of Engineers. You will, however, need to acquire a permit from the RRA before work begins. Additionally, your contractor will need to be registered with the Village.
Are you and your family prepared should an emergency occur? It could be as simple as the inconvenience experienced from a short electrical power outage or it could be as serious as a house fire or perhaps wind, rain or water damage from a rain or snow storm. While we certainly hope none of these things do happen, the fact remains they are very real possibilities. We never know when a natural or manmade disaster will occur.
The recent fires in California are a reminder that things can happen in any community that threatens not only property but human life as well. Both our Village Council and our Home Owners Association have plans in place to address emergencies but resources are limited. We as citizens can help better prepare our community and assist our governing bodies to plan and respond to these types of events.
You can be an important part of our planning process by joining us at an organizational meeting of our new RomeRock Emergency Preparedness Citizens Group. The meeting is scheduled for 10:30, Saturday, September 29, at the Roaming Shores Village Hall on Hayford Road. During this meeting, we will determine meeting schedules and locations as well as prioritize action items.
The purpose of this initiative is to develop a partnership between the residents of Roaming Shores and our local government and homeowner association to assist with emergency planning, mitigation, response and recovery. Some of the ways we can assist are with education, communication and response activities.
Formal training, education or experience in this arena is not necessary. Just a willingness to help is required. However, if you do have training or education in this specialty field, it will be welcomed with open arms. Please forward any questions or recommendations regarding this initiative to the email address listed below. If you are unable to attend, but would like information for future meetings, provide your contact information to the same email address.
Help make our community even stronger by stepping out and joining this new innovative group! Plan on attending and finding out how you can make a difference!
RSVP at email… email@example.com
On Saturday, September 15th, join the S.T.A.R.S. club
as we welcome John Pallo, a resident of Roaming Shores and a 35 year
veteran of the wine and spirits business. Mr. Pallo will be speaking and
presenting wines from around the world to sample! Please bring 2 wine
glasses and feel free to bring an appetizer and/or your own wine to
share and sample.
The STARS Club will be providing light appetizers and hors d’oeuvres.
This event will be held at the Clubhouse and will begin at 7:00pm. If
you are planning on attending, please RSVP to Barb at 440-645-7365.
The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting cooler, the kids are heading back to school. Summer never seems to last long enough.
The pools hours are 10am to 9pm from now until Labor Day. The Concession Stand will be open on weekends from Noon to 6pm until Labor Day.
Come out and enjoy the last days of summer!
The end of the summer season in Roaming Shores will be on Labor Day (Sept 3rd).
Concession Stand Closing Specials
The Concession Stand will be selling off the last of its inventory on Labor Day Weekend. Come take advantage of the Closing Specials while supplies last!
Saturday, Sept 1st – All items (minus Shores Combo) are marked down to $1.00 and under. Sunday, Sept 2nd – All items (minus Shores Combo) are marked down to $0.75 and under. Monday, Sept 3rd – All items (minus Shores Combo) are marked down to $0.50 and under.
On August 11th the Fishing Club hosted a mixed couples tournament. 2 boats entered. The winner was the team of Ed Baitt Jr with 2.5 lbs of pan fish.
The longest fish of July was caught by 9 year old Landon Hall, a 2.02lb large mouth bass – 16 ¼ in long.
Next month’s tournament is the Dean Blanton Bass Tournament on September 15th. Participants should meet at the Marina at 9am. Weigh-in will be at 3pm. Call Mike Chevalier for details at 440-563-3457 or Larry Pisarick at 216-403-4625.
Friday, September 28th will be our Club’s Fish Fry at 6pm. Fish, baked potato, coleslaw, and a soft drink for only $10 at the door. RSVP to Dave Emick 440-520-0203.
Fishing Club Members frying fish at last year’s Fish Fry
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.