**NEW and updated information as of 6.25.21**
Please go to the Documents tab and see the letter from your board about this year's dues.
July 4th Picnic
We are currently planning to have the fireworks show on July 4th at a scaled back level. We will happily fire up the grill at around 6 pm for all to use for any items they bring to cook we will have ice cold soft drinks and water for all. We will close out the night with a fabulous sky show as soon as darkness allows! This year's show should be shorter and more intense than in years past. Hope to see you all there!
While it was a small turnout compared to previous years, the Memorial Day picnic was another successful event. Thank you to all who came out to celebrate the memory of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice. We were glad to see folks gathering and kick off the official opening of the lake for this year's swim season. We are hopeful that future events will be back to full swing soon! We are currently planning to have the fireworks show on July 4th at a similar scaled back level. We will happily fire up the grill for all to use for any items they bring to cook and will close out the night with a fabulous show! Hope to see you all there!
Please know that our annual meeting was held at the pavilion on Monday, April 19th at 7 pm.
There was record attendance!
We continue to complete the South Carolina DHEC mandated repairs to the lower dam. The state has historically inspected all of the dams in the state and ours consistently received a "satisfactory" rating. However, after the catastrophic failure of so many dams in 2015, SC DHEC required all dam owners to hire Professional Engineers to inspect all large dams. Our lower dam was labeled "hazardous" due to multiple large tress growing in the downhill side of the dam. We were required to hire another PE to develop a plan to repair the dam, the plan was submitted to the state and we were granted a permit to complete the repairs. The permit will expire in 2027. In order to successfully and completely remove theses large trees from the dam, it is imperative to lower the level of the lake as much as possible in order to minimize the stress on the dam during the removal. The soil from the removed tree holes must be tested by Geotech engineers in order to determine the makeup of the soil brought in to fill the voids created by the removal. Recently significant rainfall has negatively impacted the progress on the dam repairs. Mud and heavy equipment do not work well together. While the lake is so low we can clearly see the stumps from pre-dam times. These stumps contribute to the healthy habitat for the wildlife that prosper in our lakes and are essential to healthy lakes. We all look forward to the successful completion of the repairs and the return of the lake to full pool. In the interim we appreciate your patience and understanding.
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