This includes meeting dates, harbor registration, Easter egg Hunt, movie nights, bonfire night, and other social events. Also included are the “no convenience fee” dates for ramp keys and pavilion deposits. This will be kept at the top for quick reference
Sept 18, 2019
We have 2, yes 2, events coming up in October 2019. Look for the signs.
On Oct 12, we have Fall Fest. There will be hayrides, face painting, petting zoo, bouncy house, free ice cream, a hot dog cart, volleyball, bags and a lot more. This event will be from 1pm to 5pm.
On Oct 19, there will be a lake front bonfire. This event will start at 8pm and will go to 11pm (or longer). Bring your chairs and beverages. Bugs should be gone and, hopefully, the lake will be at normal levels.
Both events are in Bayview Park.
Sept 11, 2019
HEAR YE HEAR YE HEAR YE
On Sept 17th, 2019 the FLHPOA will be conducting it’s ANNUAL Meeting at 37850 N Rt 59 (Lake Villa Township Community Center aka the old Gavin School). This meeting will be the election of board members, discussion and approval of the 2019/2020 budget, discussion on the association dues, and a discussion on the possibility of dissolving the association. It is imperative that association members attend.
July 30, 2019
The Wine Walk at the pavilion scheduled for August has been cancelled due to a scheduling conflict. Please mark your calendars.
July 20, 2019
BBQ for RESIDENTS
Saturday July 20, starting at 1pm there will be a BBQ cookout for residents at the pavilion. Burgers and hot dogs will be provided. Bring a side dish to pass and your favorite beverages. Of course, if you wish to bring brats and steaks we won’t turn you away.
June 23, 2019
At 1pm: Wine Walk in Bayview pavilion. Starting at 1pm, meet your neighbors and talk about those that didn’t show up. Bring your own beverages and a snack (if you desire) to share.
June 22, 2019
Bonfire at the beach in Bayview on Saturday. All are invited and welcome. Bring your own beverages ad lawn chairs. Starting at 8pm
June 21, 2019
ATTENTION ATTENTION ATTENTION
There have been numerous complaints. Please remember that we are not a golf cart community. Since spring there has been a sudden and large increase in golf carts and ATVs on our roadways. It has been observed that operation has included these vehicles driven by drivers under 16 yoa. Operation of golf carts and ATVs on the streets of the subdivision is illegal. The sheriff can ticket you and confiscate the vehicle.
There has been talk about getting golf carts okayed to be operated. However, the law limits the operation to drivers possessing a valid license and at least 16 years old. The cart must also be street legal (lights, turn signals, windshields and insured). ATVs can never be made street legal therefore never be allowed.
Until it is approved by the board be forewarned. The sheriff will be called, operators will be ticketed, and possible vehicle impoundment.