The STARS Club is planning on hosting a Candle Dripping Party at the Clubhouse, Saturday, February 8th from 2pm to 4pm.
To ensure that we have enough supplies for the attendees, please RSVP by Saturday, Feb 1st to Barb at 440 645 7365.
We had a lot of fun during our last event a couple years ago! Make something decorative for your home or a nice gift for someone else.
We have candles that drip different colors when lit and will be using the wine bottles as the base.( You can also bring your own wine bottles if you have some that you particularly like.)
We will also be enjoying wine and appetizers while our candles are melting. Please BYOB.
Feel free to bring something to share.
Living in northeast Ohio, we have all seen our share of extreme weather. Fortunately, snow storms and frigid temperatures are predictable and advance warnings give us extra time to be sure we are prepared. Carbon monoxide poisoning, car accidents, hypothermia, and frostbite are all heightened risks at this time of the year. Be sure your home is ready for the cold by repairing caulking, weatherstripping and insulation especially around pipes to prevent freezing. Be sure generators are working properly and are used only in safe locations. Test all smoke and carbon monoxide alarms and replace the batteries if you did not already do so at daylight savings time. Gather extra supplies including food, water, medications and batteries in case you need to stay at home for several days. And, don’t forget food and medicines for pets. Keep emergency supplies in your car such as a blanket, flashlight, bottled water and non-perishable snacks. And, keep your gas tank at least one-half full. When you do go out, be prepared for the worst by wearing multiple layers of clothing and having a charged cell phone with you. Learn and watch for signs of frostbite and hypothermia, and seek treatment right away if needed. The link below provided by FEMA will offer many more suggestions for winter safety. The RSCPC wants you to stay warm and stay safe!
Roaming Shores Club House/Main Beach 13 Roaming Rock Blvd
Sign-in starts at 1pm and ends at 2:45pm DJ begins at 1pm and Plunge begins at 3pm
Any person that raises $55 is eligible to take the Plunge. Participants will get a t-shirt as a thank you.
Money raised will benefit the Jeffrey B. Meddock Memorial Scholarship at Pymatuning Valley Schools, Grand Valley Schools student programs in memory of Emily Plickert, Jefferson Area Local Schools Academic Boosters and the Roaming Shores Kids’ Breakfast with Santa event.
More Info & Sign Up
Our Facebook page is: Joey ThePolarBear (Roaming Shores)
Friends and Neighbors will begin their Winter Dinner Nights on Friday, January 10th at 6pm.
Winter Dinner Nights are held the 2nd Friday of the month from January to April (with the exception of February which will be the 1st Friday due to Valentine’s Day). They are a great way to kick the winter blues, skip the cooking, and get together with your Friends and Neighbors during the winter season.
Next Friday’s dinner will be held at 6pm at the Pasta Oven in Rock Creek. Please RSVP to Marge Morris at 563-3769 or E-Mail – firstname.lastname@example.org so she can reserve enough tables for the event.
Friends & Neighbors Tree Trimming – Dec 6th
Join your Friends and Neighbors at the Clubhouse on Friday, December 6th at 7pm for the Annual Tree Trimming Social Hour. Please bring an appetizer to share and an ornament for the tree!
Breakfast with Santa – Dec 14th
The Polar Bear Club will host Breakfast with Santa at the Clubhouse on Saturday, December 14th.
We would like to invite you to come have breakfast with Santa and tell him what you want for Christmas! Every child will receive a gift from Santa when he arrives. You can also join in our other Christmas activities including decorating an ornament to take home. 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 mixed fruit. We will also have an assortment of beverages.
Registration is required with a cutoff date of Friday, December 6th. To reserve your seats, please email the Polar Bear Club at: email@example.com
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!
Rome Fire Lunch with Santa – Dec 7th
Please Vote Yes on the Police Levy!
(This is listed as “45.Proposed Tax Levy (Additional) Roaming Shores Village” on your ballot.) It is on the reverse side of your ballot so don’t forget to mark it!!!!
This levy will not be effective until 2021.
We are fortunate to have a very professional and committed police force in our Roaming Shores community. They contribute greatly to the safety and security of our residents, our property and our roads. Unfortunately, it costs money to keep and maintain this level of support and coverage. We need to vote yes and support this important issue!
The new 1 mil levy increase would cost village tax payers; based on a $100,000 home valuation, an additional $30.62 per year or $2.55 per month. A $250,000 home valuation would cost the tax payer an additional $76.50 per year or $6.37 per month. I would suggest foregoing a cup of coffee at Starbucks or a breakfast combo at McDonalds, it is well worth the sacrifice if it means maintaining a top rated police force in our community. Besides it’s healthier too!!!
In 2011 our police responded to 295 calls in the year. Today they respond to 587 calls on an annual basis. In 2011 there were 2 full time officers and 4 part time officers who covered our neighborhoods. Today there are 4 full time officers, 4 part time officers and 1 auxiliary officer providing coverage. The number of annual hours covered also has increased from 52% to 94%. This was all done without increasing taxes. Today our police force is the lowest paid in Ashtabula County. We risk losing good officers to other locations if we do not pay them fairly.
Our club works closely with our law enforcement team. We know first hand of both their professionalism and their commitment to each and every resident they serve. We have seen their compassion to those residents who utilize the wellness check program our police department implemented to ensure our elderly and infirmed are ok and not in need of emergency services. We have seen their investment in our youth as evidenced in the programs they provide throughout the year. Just think about the Halloween costume party they are hosting! We have seen their commitment to the safety of our lake community as evidenced in their involvement with various programs such as the self defense class. Most of all we have witnessed their partnership with local officials, clubs, committees and fundraisers. Not every community enjoys such a high level of commitment and community interaction from their law enforcement providers.
Let’s support our police department the way they support us and vote YES on Ballot #45! Please remember to mark your ballot in support of the Tax Levy. By ensuring we maintain a top rated law enforcement team within our community means we are more secure in knowing response is close at hand when we need it! It’s an investment to all who live and play here!!!
Thank you for your consideration. Please remember to vote!!! Please remember to support our own men and women in blue who serve us all!!!!
This year’s Holiday Winery Bus Tour has a couple changes. The bus tour has been moved to Friday, November 29th. After a day of Black Friday shopping (or recovery from Thanksgiving), what better way to unwind than getting your friends and/or family together for a lovely tour of our local wineries decorated for Christmas?!
What’s better? The price per seat for this tour is now only $25/each! The price helps cover the cost of the bus and proceeds go towards the fireworks fund!
The first 28 to RSVP will be guaranteed a seat on the bus, but we can order more buses, as needed! You must be over 21 years of age. To reserve your spot or if you have any questions, contact Barb at 440-645-7365. You may also sign up at the RRA Office.
On this tour, we will be visiting:
We will meet at the Clubhouse parking lot at 4:45pm. The buses will leave at 5pm!
On Saturday, September 28th, the STARS Club hosted a Wine Tasting Presentation at the Clubhouse. The presentation was lead by John Pallo, a resident of Roaming Shores and a 36 year veteran of the wine and spirits business.
Thank you, John, for sharing your knowledge with us once again! And thank you to everyone who came out to learn and enjoy the evening!