Fish Fry Fundraiser

Postponed until further notice

Tickets are on sale now for Paradise Bay’s Fish Fry Fundraiser benefiting the STARS Club’s Fireworks Fund. Tickets are just a $10 donation!

The Fish Fry will be held at Paradise Bay in Roaming Shores on Friday, April 3rd from 5pm to 9pm. For tickets, please call Mindy at 330.507.4917, Barb at 440.645.7365 or stop by the RRA Office (hours 8am to 6pm, Tues. – Sat.).

There will be a basket raffle and a 50/50. An Aqua Lily pad donated by Jennie D’Amicone of Roaming Rock Marina will also be raffled off. It’s a great meal and a great time for a great cause!

Cancelled: Scams & Fraud Presentation

Update: Due to the coronavirus, the Ohio Attorney General’s Office has cancelled this presentation.

On April 1st at 6PM at the Village Hall, the Roaming Shores Police Department and Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club will host Lindsey Kuhn, Regional Director/Community Educator from the Ohio Attorney General’s Office who will give a one-hour presentation on protecting yourself from scams and fraud.

RSVP to to reserve your seat for this informative presentation.

A Leap Day Plunge!

Last Saturday, the Roaming Shores Polar Bear Club held its 15th Annual Polar Bear Plunge. Plungers from Grand Valley, Pymatuning, and Jefferson schools along with several other crazy area participants took the icy plunge into Lake Roaming Rock to raise money for several local charities. Grand Valley Schools were the winners this year!

Thanks to everyone from the Polar Bear Club for all of their hard work to make this happen and to our participants, sponsors, and volunteers who made it a success!

I would also like to thank (I think 😘) Leeann, Pat, Al, Laurie and Mindy for sponsoring me for the plunge! I think I’m finally thawed out lol!

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From Rome Fire Dept

Canada Geese Timeline

By Richard D. Gainar, CEBS – Lake Management Committee

Canada Geese are a valuable natural resource that provides recreation and enjoyment to bird watchers, hunters, and the public. The sight of the distinctive V-formation of a flock of Canada geese always brings a special thrill. Their calls herald the changing seasons. But in recent years, flocks of local-nesting or “resident” geese have become year-round inhabitants of our recreational areas, waterways, and residential areas, where they can cause significant problems.

Canada Geese deposit their feces anywhere the urge hits them. They too often like the same areas we do – swimming beaches, lawns, docks, and boat launches. During the day, a goose drops one pound of dung. In addition to contributing to E. coli levels in the lake, geese are also major contributors of phosphorus and nitrogen in lakes and waterways that encourage algae and weeds to grow rapidly.

In January and February migratory geese are moving through our area with some of the breeding age geese breaking away from the flocks in early preparation of the nesting season. These geese begin to pair up and separate themselves from the migratory flock. By March geese are paired and begin to set up nesting territories laying their eggs in early April and incubating the eggs late in the month. Goose eggs begin to hatch in May. In June adult geese begin their molting and, like their goslings, are unable to fly.

Flight feathers grow and mature on both adult and young geese enabling them to fly in mid-July. July is an important time of the year for us marking the beginning of our annual ‘Goosebusters’ campaign to harass the geese encouraging them to make their home elsewhere. Some geese find our lake too comfortable and safe and will, unfortunately, become “resident” geese forming flocks in August and September to stay for the season. Migratory geese move out of our area in October through December.

Your Lake Management Committee thanks you for your efforts last year reporting nesting sites and harassing geese to move them along. You’ve made a noticeable contribution to benefit our lake community.

Love our lake and be lake responsible.

2020 Roaming Shores Map

Included in this month’s copy of the Shores News will be a copy of the newest version of the Roaming Shores Map. This is the first time the map has been updated since 2011 and its 3rd major overhaul since the map was first created in the 1960s.

Many thanks to Gazette Newspapers and Great Lakes Printing for their help updating the map and distributing it! Extras maps are available at the RRA Office. We’ll be working on getting copies to the Village Hall, Marina, Paradise Bay, and to our local realtors.

2020 Early Bird Drawing #7

The winner of Early Bird Drawing #7 for 2020 and recipient of $200 is Ralph (Spike) Moyer  of Lot #1437! Congratulations!

Next week’s drawing will be for $150.

2020 Director Election Update

Nominations for this year’s Board of Directors election have been received. The deadline for nominations was Feb 25th.

Louise Lisac and Scott Soble have submitted their nominations; they are both incumbents. As there are only two individuals running for two open seats on the Board, there will be no ballots mailed this year.

The notice of the Annual Meeting will still be mailed on March 25th.

2020 Early Bird Drawing #6

The winners of Early Bird Drawing #6 for 2020 and recipients of $250 are David & Vickie Schupska (Lot #2166)! Congratulations!

Next week’s drawing will be for $200.

Roaming Shores All Stars


Nominations are being sought through April 2, 2020 for the 1st annual Roaming Shores Community All Stars program, which celebrates those who go above and beyond volunteering their time, talents, and resources to make the community better.

2 people will be recognized for their efforts. The program is sponsored by the RomeRock Association Board of Directors. A plaque with the Roaming Shores All Stars will be permanently hanging in the clubhouse

The nominations should explain what the nominee does to stand out from the rest. Nominations can be made by filling out a submission form that will run weekly in the March Email Blast from the RRA. and mailing it to: RomeRock Association Attn: All Star  PO Box 8 Rome OH.

Submissions also can be emailed to: subject: All Star or you can drop it off at the office.

The winners will be chosen April 4, 2020 and announced April 25 at the Annual Meeting.

Form for Nominations

RRA Board of Directors

Sticky: The Election is Postponed – This is Official

Update: There has been a lot of back and forth, but the election has been Officially Postponed!

Tuesday, March 17th is the Primary Election for the State of Ohio. For residents of Roaming Shores, your polling place is the Clubhouse (13 Roaming Rock Blvd). Polls will be open across the state from 6:30am to 7:30pm. Remember to exercise your right to vote!

To view sample ballots based on your precinct and political party visit:

Office Info:

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

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

Closed until April 6th due to Governor’s “Stay at Home” order. Email Us.

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