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Please note that John Eason (President), Sam Hribal (Vice President), and Don Krudop (Webmaster) will be using our civic league’s website email addresses for broadcast messages to the neighborhood. Please add the following addresses to you email address books so these messages don’t end up in your spam folder. .
The sign at the neighborhood entrance on Crossborough Road is jointly maintained by the Civic League and the Lake Smith Terrace Garden Club. For years the message on the sign, visible to outgoing traffic, has been updated by Garden Club members. It typically announcies civic league and garden club activities and other seasonal information. We have been advised by the garden club that the persons changing the messages have reached the time they are no longer comfortable climbing the six-foot ladder to change the letters. Therefore, we are seeking a resident, or residents, preferably living close to the Crossborough entrance, to assume the task of updating the sign’s message. We have all the letters and supplies needed to this task. If you would like to help by assuming this responsibility, please contact John Eason at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you live in the vicinity of Ewell Road and Ferry Plantation Road, please instruct your children to stay off the split-rail fence by the storm drain canal. We have another broken rail that has been referred to the city for repair. There have been reports of children seen climbing on the fence.
Mark your calendar! We are inviting all residents (Civic League members and non-members) to a cookout in the Haygood Point Neighborhood Park on Sunday afternoon, June 11, 2023, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.
We will serve hot-dogs, hamburgers, chips, and bottled water. Come out and spend time under the shade trees with your neighbors in the relaxed atmosphere of the neighborhood park. All you may want to bring is a chair. This will be a people event, so please leave Fido at home.
Our outstanding Civic League newsletter - "Lake Smith Ripples" is published September through May.
If you haven't received your copy, email the Civic League President here
Please note: Civic League meetings are held September through May of each year. The next meeting will be in September 2023.
Virginia Beach Emergency Communications & Citizen Services is launching the Beach Report, a new text alert service that will help you plan your next beach day. Residents and visitors can opt-in to receive status updates on beach conditions. The Beach Report will notify you of the following types of conditions: Red flags due to rough surf and rip currents. Beach closures due to water quality concerns, or electrical storms. Text BEACH to 67283 to enroll in this FREE service.
The LST/HP/GS "Yard of the Month" program will be back in June 2023. Interested? Click below for information.
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Last updated - May 28, 2023