The Lake in Winter

By David Ernes – Lake Management Committee

A frozen lake is just one more sign that winter has come to Roaming Shores. It presents a frozen snapshot of the beauty of the lake that has an almost alien quality to it. A lake’s “winter” season is not usually associated with December 21st to March 21st, but is often based on the dates that the lake becomes fully ice covered. Once the surface of the lake is frozen, the entire ecosystem under the ice changes to cope with the colder temperatures.

The microscopic animals (zooplankton) and photosynthetic organisms (phytoplankton) produce thick-walled resistant cells, which allows them to survive until spring. Some species of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) can survive at the cold temperatures by become cannibals and consuming other algae species for food they will not get from the sun. It is unlikely that they will form blooms since the conditions are not ideal, although it is not impossible.

If the algae do not completely become dormant, they may actually produce oxygen, which would be beneficial to the fish, who also share this space under the ice. If not, fish normally seek the warmer waters under the ice and can survive as long as the oxygen levels in the water are adequate. They likely migrate to the sections in the lake that are the deepest, to have the best chances for survival. Since they are not warm blooded, their metabolism slows and their activity level decreases, requiring less energy to survive. This continues until the ice melts and the water starts to warm up again.

Aquatic plants can actually handle the winter better than their terrestrial cousins if they are protected under the water. The main body of the plant dies, but the roots can survive. Some will form nodules, which can store energy while they wait for the sun to reappear. However, if they are exposed to the cold air, they may dry out and even the roots can then freeze. Lakes who perform a winter drawdown use this behavior as a method to reduce nuisance plants.

The most important aspect of the lake in winter is ice thickness. Remember, it may look solid, but with 450 acres of surface area, conditions may differ from one location to another. Some residents may use “ice cutters”, resulting in open water even if the rest of the lake is frozen. If you do venture out on the ice, use extreme caution and don’t do it alone.

(Some information presented in this article was extracted from Lakeline Vol 34, #4 (2014))

BE LAKE RESPONSIBLE And HAVE A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON

2020 Polar Bear Plunge February 29th

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)

This Year in Roaming Shores 2019

January

  • We entered January with mild temperatures but the month’s weather fluctuated wildly with cold, wind, and even a tornado in the county just south of us!
  • Friends and Neighbors began its Winter Dinner Nights.
  • Roaming Rock Marina and RRA participated in the Cleveland Boat Show at the IX Center in Cleveland. They’ll be back in 2020.
  • Roaming Shores Village Council voted to hold two monthly meetings.
 

February

  • The month began with sub zero temperatures, our resident groundhogs falsely predicted an early Spring.
  • The 14th Annual Polar Bear Plunge was moved to February, but that didn’t stop nearly 100 crazy folks from taking the plunge!
  • RRA Board Member John Lindemann resigned.
  • High Winds knocked out power for many.
 

March

  • An early March winter storm knocked out power prompting the RSPD to encourage residents to sign up for Swift911
  • The RSPD held a Woman’s Self Defense Course at the Clubhouse
  • 4 candidates ran for 3 open seats on the Board of Directors.
  • Paradise Bay held a Casino Bus Trip and also raised funds for the Fireworks Display
 

April

  • Friends and Neighbors held their last Winter Dinner Night of the season.
  • The split rail fence near the Clubhouse was replaced.
  • Men’s Golf began its season.
  • The Dredging Advisory Committee was formed.
  • The RRA held its Annual Meeting.
  • Rick Brothers retained his seat on the Board and was joined by newcomers, Cheryl Fain and Nadine Pope.
 

May

  • The month began with heavy spring rains which lead to the High Water/No Wake lights being turned on. Rains persisted throughout the month.
  • The Village hosted another successful Cleanup Day and Expo.
  • Paradise Bay held a Fish Fry Fundraiser benefiting the Fireworks. Another Fish Fry is being planned for 2020.
  • The Ashtabula County Metroparks revealed plans to build a new parking lot and trailhead facility for improved access to the Western Reserve Greenway Trail in the Village of Roaming Shores.
  • Jason Krippel and his crew at True Care Landscaping donated their time and material to spruce up the RRA Office.
  • Ladies Golf League kicked off their season.
  • The Fishing Club held their first tournament of the year.
  • The Water Aerobics Club began their summer season.
  • Lake Management began their lake water testing program for the year.
  • The Pools and Concession Stand opened for another season.
  • The Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club held a Family Water Safety Event.
 

June

  • June also began with heavy rains that raised the lake to a level where the High Water/No Wake lights had to be switched on. Another event took place mid-June.
  • The Fishing Club had a very busy month hosting their first tournament of the year, Kids Learn to Fish Day, a Rummage Sale, and Kids Fishing Day.
  • Fortunately, one of our very sparse days without rain fell during one of the Annual Garage Sale days
  • The Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club held a Senior Care 101 seminar.
  • Dredging on the south-end of the lake began.
  • The Ashtabula County Auditors Office began revaluation for tax year 2020.
  • The STARS Club held its first Winery Bus Tour of the year.
 

July

  • Independence Day Celebrations began in the Shores!
  • 127 signed for the STARS Club’s 2nd Roaming Shores 5K with 107 crossing the finish line!
  • 7 boats participated in the Roaming Shores Police Department’s Annual Cardboard Boat Race.
  • 13 teams entered the Annual Jason Scribben Memorial Volleyball Tournament held at Beach 1.
  • The Fireworks Display lit up the sky and capped off another amazing weekend!
  • Safety on the lake and enforcement became a hot topic following recklessness on the lake during the holiday weekend.
  • Members of the Dredging Advisory Committee formed the Environmental Advocacy Club.
  • The Village discussed future plans for the Boulevard.
  • In addition to constant rain, our area was hit with Excessive Heat Warnings.
  • The Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club held Vessel Safety Checks.
  • Roaming Rock Marina donated its proceeds to the Fireworks Fund for National Ice Cream Day.
  • RSPD reported a tragic and fatal accident involving a golf cart.
  • Yet another heavy rain event hit our area causing the High Water/No Wake lights to be switched on again. Our neighbors to the south received over 6 inches of rain!
  • The RSPD received several reports of black bear sightings.
 

August

  • Generous residents came together to raise money for a local resident who had been diagnosed with kidney failure.
  • The RRA Board of Directors held an Employee Appreciation Day.
  • RSPD held its 2nd Annual Golf Scramble.
  • The Fishing Club hosted another fun Ed Baitt’s Mixed Couples Tournament.
  • The STARS Club held a Taco Night at the Clubhouse.
  • An Informational Dredging Presentation was given by the Environmental Advocacy group at the Covered Bridge Pavilion.
  • Friends and Neighbors held a Potluck Supper at the Clubhouse.
  • Heavy rains and a sunny, hot summer contributed to elevated bacteria and algae counts in the lake.
  • The Village of Roaming Shores turned 40!
  • The southwest channel of the south-end of the lake was wrapped up with work progessing to the southeast channel.
  • Utility Superintendent Vic Virmala left the RSV Utility Dept after 10 years of service.
 

September

  • We reached the end of the summer season and the pools and concession stand were closed down for the year.
  • Jim Swartz resigned from the Board of Directors as he and his wife were moving to Michigan.
  • Ashtabula County held a forfeited land sale which auctioned off several delinquent lots in Roaming Shores.
  • The Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club held a Veterans Benefits Presentation.
  • The Environmental Advocacy Group and RRA Board agreed to split the expense of completing a sediment survey.
  • The Fishing Club installed a fountain in the Clubhouse Cove in memory of Ed Baitt.
  • Members of the RRA Board and staff attended the Fall OLCA conference.
  • Another month, another heavy rain event!
  • The STARS hosted their 1st Annual Rib Cookoff. The event was a success and sold out quickly. Dan & Danielle Fultz – Team Dan’s Backyard BBQ were the winners. This event will be returning 2020 and we’re looking forward to the result!
  • The STARS Club hosted a Wine Tasting Presentation with John Pallo presenting.
 

October

  • Summer got confused and hung around until Fall.
  • The Village hosted a meeting regard joining a Regional Water/Sewer District.
  • As the Fishing Club was unable to host the Annual Clam Bake, the event was picked up by the Polar Bear Club.
  • In addition to warning residents not to flush so-called disposable wipes, the RSV Utility Dept dealt with issues related to resident flushing injection syringes into their toilets/waste water system.
  • It was a cold, wet Halloween, but the ghosts and goblins had fun trick-or-treating.
  • RSPD Halloween events expanded to include its 1st Annual Pumpkin Races. In the evening, they held a Halloween Happening and Costume Contest at the Clubhouse.
 

November

  • Not to be outdone, November began with a wicked wind storm!
  • The lake lowering process began.
  • Frank Cicogna for the 2nd time since donating the Roaming Shores entrance signs revamped them.
  • During the General Election Roaming Shores voters passed the Police levy and re-elected Bob Cook to the Village Council joined by newcomer Gary Meighen.
  • RSPD held a Can the Cruiser event filling 2 cruisers with goods and raising money for those in need.
  • The new Greenway Trail Parking lot and Trailhead was completed by the Ashtabula Metroparks.
  • The Community Preparedness Club held a Winter Preparedness and Fire Safety Program at the Clubhouse.
  • The Village considered eliminating the ‘available for use’ fee assessed to vacant lot owners.
  • The STARS Club held a Holiday Winery Bus Tour on Black Friday.
 

December

  • Friends & Neighbors held a Tree Trimming Social Hour at the Clubhouse.
  • The Polar Bear Club hosted the Annual Breakfast with Santa.
  • The Toys for Tots bins at the RRA & RSV Offices, the Marina, and the Wright Place overflowed with presents for children in need thanks to the generosity of our many awesome donors!
 

In Memoriam:

Remembering those we lost this year…

  • Ron Davis
  • James Morgan
  • Bob Johnson
  • Gertrude Bozak
  • Doris Cook (longtime Shores News reporter)
  • Robert Crombie
  • Shelia Nieder
  • Kevin Zeller
  • Gertrude Bozak
  • Wilma Meddock
  • Bob Berndt
  • Cliff Eucker
  • Brian Knipper
  • Tom O’Keefe
  • Bill Enstrom
  • Mark Forgach
 

Looking towards 2020

We had a lot of fun in 2019 and 2020 will be no exception. Check out the planned 2020 Community Events proudly brought to you by our Clubs and the Roaming Shores Police Department.

See the RRA website for details. The success of our Clubs depends on the participation of our membership either as participants or organizers! If you’ve ever had an event or activity idea… or would just like to help out, consider joining a Club! Looking forward to a great new year!

Planned 2020 Events:

  • Jan 10th—Winter Dinner Night—Friends & Neighbors
  • Feb 7th—Winter Dinner Night—Friends & Neighbors
  • Feb 29th—Polar Bear Plunge—Polar Bear Club
  • Mar 13th—Winter Dinner Night—Friends & Neighbors
  • Apr 10th—Winter Dinner Night—Friends & Neighbors
  • Apr 25th—Annual Meeting
  • May 2nd—Cleanup Day/Expo ‘20
  • May 2nd—Ladies Golf Kickoff Brunch
  • May 8th—Potluck Supper—Friends & Neighbors
  • May 9th—Don Williams Fishing Tournament—Fishing Club
  • May 9th—Cub Scouts Crossover Ceremony
  • May 23rd—Pools & Concession Open
  • June 6th—Kids Learn to Fish Day—Fishing Club
  • June 12 & 13-Community Garage Sale
  • June 20th—Kids Fishing Day—Fishing Club
  • July 4th
    • Roaming Shores 5K—STARS Club
    • Cardboard Boat Races—RSPD
    • Jason Scribben Volleyball Tournament
    • Cornhole Tournament—STARS Club
    • Fireworks—STARS Club
  • July 5th—Fireworks Rain Date
  • July 10th—Potluck Supper—Friends & Neighbors
  • July 11th—Jack Cone Fishing Tournament—Fishing Club
  • Aug 8th—Ed Baitt Couples Fishing Tourn.—Fishing Club
  • Aug 14th—Potluck Supper—Friends & Neighbors
  • Sept 7th—Pools & Concession Stand Close
  • Sept 12th—Dean Blanton Bass Tournament—Fishing Club
  • Sept 12th—Rib Cookoff—STARS Club
  • Sept 26th—Wine Tasting—STARS Club
  • Sept 27th—Clam Bake—Polar Bear Club
  • Oct 31st
    • Pumpkin Races—RSPD
    • Trick or Treating
    • Costume Contest—RSPD
  • Nov 27th—Holiday Winery Bus Tour—STARS Club
  • Dec 4th—Tree Trimming—Friends & Neighbors
  • Dec 12th—Breakfast with Santa—Polar Bear Club

Club meeting dates:

  • Community Preparedness: 3rd Monday of the Month at 6:30pm @ Clubhouse (Jan and Feb meetings will be held the last monday)
  • Environmental Advocacy Group: Monthly on Saturdays at 9am @ RRA Office
  • Fishing Club: 2nd Monday April, May, Oct, Nov at 7pm @ Clubhouse & following Tournaments
  • Ladies Golf: 1st Thursday in May until the 4th Thursday in September @ Hemlock Springs
  • Men’s Golf: Last Thursday in April till Mid-September @ Hemlock Springs
  • Quilting Group: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 1:00pm @ Quilting Block on Route 45
  • Shores Hold’em: 1st & 3rd Fridays at 7pm @ Clubhouse
  • STARS Club: 2nd Wednesdays at 6pm @ Clubhouse
  • Water Aerobics: Monday – Friday from 9am to 10am at Pool 2 from Memorial Day to Labor Day

Onwards

I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank all of the hard working individuals who volunteer their time, energy, ideas, monetary contributions, assistance of their families, and so much more for to the community of Roaming Shores! You are the folks that truly make a difference! See you in 2020!

Jen Addair
RomeRock Association Office Assistant, Webmaster, and Editor of This Week in Roaming Shores

 

Winter Dinner Nights Begin Jan 10th


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 – mkm821@windstream.net so she can reserve enough tables for the event.

2020 Dues and Assessments Information

It’s almost Dues and Assessments time, once again. While not a very popular thing to receive in the mail, Dues and Assessments are a necessity to keep Association owned properties and facilities up and running for all approved members to use and enjoy!

Dues and Assessments will be mailed out after the first of the year and need to be paid in full by May 1, 2020. You may pay your Dues and Assessments in installments, however, a late charge of 10% will be charged to the remaining balance after May 1st. If you are planning on selling your home/lot(s), your title agency should prorate the Dues and Assessments you have paid to the day of closing. Avoid an unnecessary late charge!

There are several different payment options available.

Bank Bill Pay:
Many banks offer their customer’s bill pay on their banking website. You can set the RomeRock Association as a payee. If you use this option to pay your Dues, please make sure that your lot number(s) are listed on the check (you can set your account number to your lot number(s)).

Please note that the RRA is a separate entity from Roaming Shores Utilities. If you pay your Water/Sewer bill using your bank’s bill pay feature, ensure your payee for your Dues and Assessments is the RomeRock Association with P.O. Box 8, Rome, OH 44085 as the mailing address!

Mail:
You can send your payment via US Mail to P.O. Box 8, Rome, OH 44085. Checks and credit cards/debit cards are accepted. (If paying by credit/debit card please use form on the back of the return portion of your statement, there is a 5% fee).

In Person:
Checks, credit cards/debit cards and cash are accepted at our office location (1875 US Highway 6). There is a 5% convenience fee for credit/debit cards. Our office hours until mid-April are Tuesday – Saturday, 8am – 6pm. You may also use our dropbox located on the front porch. The box is under video surveillance and emptied daily.

Online:
The RomeRock Association offers owners the ability to pay dues online through our payment processing partner, PayLease. Using PayLease will allow you to pay online with a credit/debit card or electronic check**. You can make a one-time or recurring payment.

Here on our website and click the button on the sidebar (or bottom of the newsfeed for mobile users) that says “Pay Dues and Assessments Online”. Direct Page (http://www.roamingshores.org/RRA1/pay-dues-and-assessments-online/) or visit PayLease.com.

Follow the instructions to search for and select your property. Enter your contact information and a password to create your account. Your account number is your lot number and it must be 4 digits. Ex. Lot 123 would be 0123.

To add additional lots, under Manage Accounts (middle of screen), click Add Account, under link another account—put in your account number (4 digits) then type @RRA right after the number, then your last name, and then Submit.

Once registered, you can process a one-time payment and/or set up Auto Pay. If you set up an account previously, please use your same login information. If you forgot your credentials, select “Forgot Your Password”.

**Note: There is a fee accessed for paying online. 3% is charged for using a credit card/debit card and $2.95 for an electronic check (note: electronic checks differ from personal checks. Personal checks can be mailed or paid in-person without a fee). PayLease assesses a fee for each account (lot).

If you have questions regarding your account balance, please contact The RomeRock Association at 440-563-3170. For questions regarding PayLease or your online payments, please contact PayLease Support at 1-866-729-5327.

Early Bird Drawing

The RRA will again be holding an Early Bird Drawing for those who pay their Dues & Assessments in full early.

Each account paid in full before 5pm each Thursday between January 16th and March 19th will be eligible for weekly drawings for cash prizes. These prizes start at $500 per week until the award for March 19th becomes $50. Good luck!

Pay your total RRA balance, AT ONE TIME, as soon as possible. Winner chosen will be returned to the box for the later drawings. The sooner your Dues & Assessments are paid in full, the more drawings you will be eligible for!

Notes: If your lot(s) are owned jointly, each joint owner must be paid in full to be eligible (in turn, each joint owner is eligible to win). If you own multiple lots, all of your lots must be paid if full to be eligible (in turn, each lot you own is eligible to win). If you pay by PayLease, when we are notified that your full payment has been processed, we will then enter you into the contest. We are not notified instantaneously.

Property Owners Information Update:

Please make sure to return the “Property Owner Information Update” form that is included in your Dues and Assessments mailing. We are requesting that these forms be returned by March 1st. If you don’t plan on paying your Dues and Assessments early, no problem! Just make sure to either drop off this form at the office, in the mail, NEW online, or in person. Thank you!

RRA Year End Treasurer’s Report

Both the staff and the directors of your property owner’s association take seriously the daunting task of maximizing what you pay in dues and assessments and practicing good financial stewardship. It would be awesome if we had an unlimited amount of resources to do everything each of you want done. Unfortunately, that is not the case. We have a very diverse community and the management of your funds is a continued focus of all involved.

I am pleased to announce we are in a positive financial state and should end this calendar year beating the budget we set a year ago. This was not by accident. The Financial Advisory Committee has worked diligently on delinquent accounts. This has all been done without paying a third party. We have enjoyed some success and look forward to additional success as our process matures. More of your neighbors have paid their 2019 dues than in prior years. I want to thank Nadine Pope and Patricia Wilson who spent a large amount of time on this project.

We have finalized the 2020 budget. There was much discussion and much consideration given on how best to approach next year. It is not our desire to raise our fees each year. Last year was the first increase since 2012. We were able to plan our initiatives and delay some projects until 2021. Some of you will be pleased with the decision to not raise fees in 2020 and some of you will not agree with this decision. There is no easy answer and we make our decisions in the best interest of the entire community. We do it for the right reasons and not to gain popularity. Please know that while we have not raised dues for 2020, in all likelihood, this will not be the case for 2021 and you may begin to plan for that now.

We also are focusing on fund accounting and calculating what each service and amenity costs including personnel expense. As a result of this exercise we determined that the snack bar located at pool one is losing money. This doesn’t make sense for anybody and we are evaluating how to address this going forward. Decisions will be communicated as soon as a resolution has been determined. Pool hours will also be shortened and both pools will close at 8:00 p.m. instead of 10:00 p.m.

Our financial focus is in sync with the needs of the community. Our roads, our lake, our pools, the upkeep of our properties and ensuring we are appropriately taking care of our employees is top of mind. The 2020 budget has included these priorities. Please remember we do have the challenges of equipment replacement, employee succession planning and unforeseen expenses and/or maintenance. If you change the word employee to family member each of you deal with these things in your own household.

Thank you for your confidence in your association. Please involve yourself with the decision making of your community by attending our Association meetings. Our neighborhoods, the people who live in them and our entire lake community is something to be proud of and it is an investment we should never regret.

Louise Lisac
Treasurer RRA Board of Directors

Lake Management Survey Results

By David Ernes – Lake Management Committee

A few weeks ago, the Lake Management Committee (LMC) asked the residents of Roaming Shores to participate in an on-line survey. The purpose of this survey was to get everyone’s opinion on issues that may be of concern regarding the health of our lake. To date, we have received 279 replies. First off, we would like to thank everyone who provide their input to this survey.

Of the respondents, only 20% were from residents who do not live directly on the lake. In spite of this, over 70% of those living off the lake still use it for some type of activity. So the importance of the lake is not just a lakefront issue.

Of greatest concern to the respondents was the presence of algae and toxins in the lake. The degree of concern varies based on location and length of stay in the community. Overall, the responses are not dissimilar with those appearing on the news across the country. A recent article in the Plain Dealer discusses the link between farming and manure with the increased appearance of blooms. In response to this, Governor Mike DeWine is implementing a multi-million dollar program – H2Ohio – to address this situation in the western Lake Erie basin.

We are currently evaluating the results of the survey, along with the comments more than half of you supplied. This will take some time. Once completed, the LMC, in coordination with the Board, and external inputs, will be developing a Lake Management Plan. We will keep everyone updated as to the progress towards this end. And, we will need your help as we move forwards.

If you wish to see the results from the Lake Management Survey, a copy will be available on the RRA website. Again thanks to everyone who participated.

BE LAKE RESPONSIBLE

MetroParks Invasive Aquatic Plant Survey

By David Ernes – Lake Management Committee

The Cleveland MetroParks Aquatic Invasive Species Program involves an assessment of around 200 bodies of water in Ohio’s Lake Erie basin. Our lake was selected as one of those locations. We have received the final report titled “2019 Aquatic Invasive Plant Survey at Lake Roaming Rock”. The intent of this report was to review the results of a survey completed on June 17, 2019 that involved identifying the plant species detected at 15 sampling locations throughout our lake. To get a perspective on this, in 2010, EnviroScience did an aquatic vegetation study which involved 190 locations. The MetroParks study focused primarily on the marina and Plum Creek Cove to the north and several locations south of Fisherman’s Cove. The purpose was to identify the spread of invasive aquatic plants throughout the Lake Erie basin.

On an average, 4.5 different plant species were detected at each location on our lake, the most found at the marina. Those plants present with the highest frequency were Eurasian water-milfoil [EWM] and coontail, both present at 93% of the locations. These same species were detected in the 2010 study, but the EWM was present at only a low percentage (<5%). Eighteen different species of aquatic plants were detected overall, showing greater diversity than seen in 2010 (ten species). Of those detected in the current study, three are considered invasive (including EWM). Hydrilla, the most difficult invasive species to remove from a lake, was not detected. Very good news!

The report does include several aquatic vegetation management options. They include the use of grass carp, continuation of the use of the weed harvester, and chemical control. It was clearly stated that the MetroParks program is not intended to advise as to a recommended course of action.

The last part of the report discussed prevention of further invasive species becoming an issue at our lake. They mentioned the Ohio Clean Marina Program with a Clean Boater Pledge. These programs are intended to reduce the chance for “hitchhikers” from entering our lake from other locations. They also mention that some local aquatic plant nurseries have been found to be contaminated with invasive species that are then used in decorative water gardens or rain gardens. So, due diligence is highly recommended should you use your boat at other bodies of water or plan on intentionally planting aquatic plants around your property. More will be coming with regard to this important issue.

While not a comprehensive study, the report gives us some valuable information. If you wish to read the full report, it can be found here.

[If you have any questions on this study or other issues for the Lake Management Committee, we now have a dedicated email address. Send your questions to romerocklmc@gmail.com. We will get back with you with an answer.]

The Holidays in Roaming Shores

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: joeythepolarbear@yahoo.com

When registering, please leave all of the following information:

  1. Family name
  2. Children’s name, age and gender
  3. Number of adults attending and
  4. 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

Office Info:

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 8, Rome, OH 44085

Located at 1875 US Route 6, Roaming Shores, OH 44085

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Closed: Sunday & Monday

 

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