All Members who have good email addresses on file with the RRA were sent invitations to our new Member Portal. The Online Member Portal will allow you to view, manage and make Dues and Assessments payments. You will be able to setup recurring or one-time payments through our online portal and save your payment methods to use again in the future.
Additionally, you can check your RRA account transactions, update your resident profile with current information, access the latest documents, utilize contact forms, view announcements and alerts for the community, and much more…
Note: this portal is not for water/sewer billing from the Village.
How to Access of Register for your Account
The portal can be accessed at https://portal.goenumerate.com. If you did not receive an invitation, cannot access your account, or have any questions regarding your portal, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While 2024 Dues and Assessments won’t be sent until next year, this is a good opportunity to get set up, update your information, pay any balance you may have, set your mailing preferences, and help us iron out any bugs or problems before the new billing cycle.
Thanks to everyone who has signed up so far! We have been hearing great feedback!
The next RRA Board of Directors meeting will be held next Saturday, December 2nd at 10am in the Clubhouse.
As reported previously, the Strategic Advisory Committee (SAC) has been working on processes and standards to protect the aesthetic qualities of our community as new buildings and enhancements are planned by our members. This work is coordinated with the Village and the Planning Commission so that the results at the RRA and Village levels are complementary and clear.
In the December 2 Board meeting, the SAC will provide an update with emphasis on the process starting with a review board that will serve to provide consistency in the application of these standards. Everyone is encouraged to attend. Any questions or comments can be directed to the RRA Board members or SAC. Contact for SAC is Joyce Misinec (email@example.com)
The Roaming Shores Polar Bear Club would like to invite you to come have breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 9th at the Clubhouse and tell him what you want for Christmas! Every child will receive a gift from Santa when he arrives. The party is free to all children and grandchildren of Roaming Shores residents, age 12 and under.
We will be serving pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, and fruit. We will also have an assortment of beverages.
Registration is required with a cutoff date of Friday, December 1st. To reserve your seats, please email the Polar Bear Club at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When registering, please leave all of the following information:
- Family name
- Children’s name, age and gender
- Number of adults attending and
- Preference of 9:00am or 10:00am reservation (due to amount of people attending we have decided to split attendance into two start times)
The Polar Bear Club will send an email confirmation that you are registered for the event within 48 hours.
Thank you and looking forward to seeing everyone there!
The STARS Club Annual Holiday Winery Bus Tour will be held on Saturday, December 2nd from 4pm – 8pm. What better way to unwind than getting your friends and/or family together for a lovely tour of our local wineries decorated for Christmas. This tour is one of our most popular and seats fill up fast!
You must be over 21 years of age. If you’re interested in participating in this event, please text or call Barb at 440-645-7365. The price per seat for this tour are $35/each and must be prepaid. The price helps cover the cost of the bus and proceeds go towards the fireworks fund!
On this year’s Holiday tour, we will be visiting Grand River Cellars, Laurello Vineyards, and finish off the night at Rosabella Winery. Come join us!
Saturday, December 2, 12:00 – 4:00 PM
All RRA members and their guests are invited to this event in the gym at the Grand River Nature Conservancy (3973 Callendar Road, Rock Creek). This celebration includes four hours of drop-in Open Play for all skill levels with both mixed, social and challenge court time available. A White Elephant Gift Fundraiser will be part of the fun…you do NOT have to bring a gift but you could go home with one! Water and snacks will be available. Feel free to bring a dessert or snack to share and BYOB if you want something other than water. There will be a brief presentation recapping our 2023 pickleball season and plans for 2024. Pickleball players as well as non-players are welcome!
Join the Polar Bear Club on Sunday, November 26th from 2pm to 5pm as they invite you and your family to the Clubhouse to help decorate for Christmas! Pizza, pop, and water will be provided.
Ready or not, the snow is coming, but before it does, we’d like to take this opportunity to remind residents of our snow rules.
At this time, residents should make sure their mail boxes and posts are secure enough to withstand our winter snow plowing operations. Wood posts and mounts can rot over time. You may also want to consider installing a snow shield in front of (not attached to) your mail box to help deflect the snow from the snow plows. Our drivers try not to hit mailboxes, but they do occasionally get knocked down due to heavy, wet snow. Our policy is to only repair the boxes we strike.
The Association would like to remind residents that parking on the roads/and or berms on association-owned roadways is prohibited when the snow depth exceeds 2″ (two inches). This is necessary in order to facilitate the plowing and/or removal of the snow. Please help our plow drivers by removing your vehicles and all obstructions from the roadways.
Additionally, the Village has an ordinance against plowing snow out into or across the roadways. Please make your plow drivers aware of this rule.
For garbage service, Waste Management asks all customers to please have the area and pathway around your container cleared of snow and ice.
The RomeRock Association held a meeting on Saturday, October 7, 2023 at the clubhouse with the following directors present: Scott Soble, Nadine Pope, Bob McClintock, Rick Brothers, Jeff Grosse, Rory Marshall and Mark Dougherty. Also present was Office Manager, Wendy Carley.
President, Bob McClintock called the meeting to order at 10 a.m. and the invocation was given by Jeff Grosse, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Jeff asked for a moment of silence in honor of Cheryl Fain. Cheryl, a past board member, was faithful in always giving a moving invocation to begin our meetings. Bob welcomed everyone and reminded them that there is a Celebration of Life for Cheryl Fain at the clubhouse on Sunday at 1 p.m.
Minutes from the August 5th meeting were approved and Treasurer, Jeff Grosse gave us a financial update from January through September of 2023. The Treasurer’s report was also approved. Jeff told those in attendance that he would be glad to meet with them if they were interested in more detailed information.
Standing Committee Reports:
Legal: Scott let us know that we are researching using legal means to collect funds from delinquent accounts. Nadine reported for Financial and Collection that thirty collection letters were sent out at the end of September. Several of these accounts have extremely high balances. These are vacant lots whose owners have not responded to our many attempts to collect what is owed on their accounts. We are investigating working with the village and/or our legal counsel to find a method to settle these accounts. It is unfair to all paying members to allow these to remain delinquent. Dave Ernes reported for Lake Management that there have been low bacteria levels this summer. Rain events can cause bacteria levels to temporarily increase. The weather this summer has caused a huge spike in the nitrates and nitrites in our lake, which feed filamentous algae and can cause snails to die. The snails we are seeing are an invasive snail and not natural to our lake. Our lake was recently stocked for the second time this season. This time with 300 pounds of minnows and shiners. Dave also explained that the issue on the South end of the lake was due to rotting vegetation that led to lack of oxygen in that area. Testing was done to be sure the smell was not due to any sewer or bacteria issues. Five aerators have been placed at the South end to help increase the oxygen levels. Thank you to the residents who allowed us to plug into their power to help alleviate this issue. Further testing of the oxygen levels will continue. The problem at the south end has made us temporarily move our dredging back north. Lake Safety: Rory reported that our Lake Patrol employees have done an excellent job this season. They have concentrated on education of our boaters when violations occur. He also let us know that the board is working on a plan for educating kayakers and meeting with wake boat owners to help develop a plan to keep our sea walls safe and lower the sediment that gets stirred up. Steve Kaufmann, our Village Liaison, told us that the council is working to develop a plan for our new water tower and has created an infrastructure improvement fund. Duane Helms is working on a plan to advise residents on the correct method for winterizing their homes if they do not live here year round. There are currently no issues for the Board of Review. Under Building, Facilities and Amenities, Scott reported that the board is looking at ways to replace the dilapidated fences at the clubhouse. Rick reported that our Second Annual Bingo Night at the Shores will Saturday, November 11th from 7 until 9p.m. It will be a fundraiser for our Summer Concert Series. More information to follow in our weekly eblasts.
Under Administration/Personnel, Nadine reported that Wendy, Dawn and Jen are doing an amazing job at restructuring and reorganizing the office with the aid of our new computer system. This will help with collection, budget planning and membership communication, just to name a few improvements. Scott reported that our Maintenance Manager, Randy Ruebel will be facing the retirement of long time employee David Sayre and is being proactive and will be training a new member of the team. You can never replace someone with the experience and skill Dave has developed over 30 years, but we can move forward. Bob reported that the Strategic Advisory Committee is working with the village Planning Commission to implement a more uniform type of architectural review for our community. We will have more information regarding this before our December meeting.
Under Club Reports: Both women’s and men’s Golf leagues are done for the season. Mike Turkovich was the winner of this year’s men’s league tournament. Marie Kaufman let us know that the Pickleball Club will participate in the Halloween Parade on October 28th and they are requesting donations of candy to pass out. They will have a holiday party on December 2nd from noon until 4 at the nature center gym on Calendar Road. She also asked that residents contact her if they are having difficulty finding a place for indoor play this winter. Mark Dougherty reported that the Polar Bear Club clam bake is tonight. The club will also be in the Halloween Parade and would like candy donations. There will be a box at Dollar General for toy donations for Breakfast with Santa, to be held at the clubhouse December 9th.
Wendy advised the board that three letters have been received from residents and all have been addressed. There were two questions from residents, one concerning dredging and one concerning wake boats. The meeting adjourned at 11:05 a.m.
Nadine Pope, Secretary
Halloween in Roaming Shores will be celebrated on Saturday, October 28th. There will be a parade, trick-or-treating and free hotdogs and cider from the RSPD!
The Roaming Shores Police Department’s annual Halloween Parade will be held this year on Saturday, October the 28th at 3:00PM.
Note: The parade route has been changed from previous years!
If you are participating in the motorcade with a float or decorated vehicle line up will begin around 2:30 on Plum Creek Drive. The parade will promptly depart that location at 3:00.
If you are dressed up in your costume and wish to participate in the costume contest be sure to look for our judges who will be at the front of the parade. Also, make sure to have some sort of sign with your address on it so that we can find you after the parade has ended to distribute prize money.
Last but not least, be sure to stop by out canopy at the tennis courts after the parade has ended and during trick-or-treat for a hotdog and cup of cider.
Trick-or-Treating will take place from 5pm to 7pm.