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TLA Board Report
Hello TLA Residents:
TLA General Elections took place
Congratulations to Mike Monte & Jeremy Pinto who won the election; 3 year terms to begin 11/1/2022
Total of accounts: $205,963.44
Water & Dam committee to meet with engineers and NJDEP regarding updating Kildeer dam to meet compliance standards
Lake to be lowered in upcoming weeks - dredging to take place
Property committee met with companies to develop scope of work to update basketball & tennis courts
TLA has been notified about a non-TLA event that will going through the streets of TLA on 10/15/2022 @ 10am - Township approved a 5k route going through TLA
Thank you again to Good Vibes paddle boarding for donating boards to TLA lifeguards
Signup genius created for residents to sign up to bring out trash cans from beach during off season - contact beach committee if interested
Luau was a great success! Thank you Lindsay Cowperthwait and all the volunteers who helped
Membership committee has ordered more TLA swag to delivery to new residents
Digital committee has revamped the monthly Tidbits newsletter to make it more user friendly
Turkey Bowl is coming! Signups will be posted on TLA website on 10/17/2022
New business: Junior Board to start again - residents is drafting a proposal to bring back the committee
Homeowner commented about weed growth around Mallard Lake - Solitude has been treating lakes
Next Board meeting Tuesday, October 11th at 7pm at the pavilion.
Thank you. The TLA Board
2022 Ladder Ball Tournament
Saturday, October 15 at Tamarac Beach
Partners will be randomly drawn, starting at 12:30 PM.
If we don’t have enough people for at least five partnered teams, singles will be played.
Trophies will be given to the winning team.
This is a free event. Bring your own lunch and beer.
Call or text Dan Favilla at 609-937-2555 to reserve your spot, by October 8.
Sign up is also available at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0b4baaaa23a3f85-2021
Tamarac Turkey Bowl IV Flag Football Tournament
November 26th 10AM (Rain Date December 3rd)
Location: The Field (Entrance Located Between 125 & 127 Heath Rd)
Kids Game Start Time 10:30 - Adults Game Start Time 11:30
$25 per Adult Player - $5 per Kid Player
Spectators are free to hang out and help themselves to food and activities
SignUps will be 2 Weeks Only! 10/17 - 10/31
To Purchase Tickets Visit: tamraclakes.org/turkeybowl
Player totals will be capped at 40 Adults and 30 Kids, then a wait list..
First Come First Serve!
The Event Sidelines will Include:
Food, Games, DJ, Crafts, Face Painting, Balloon Artist and more!
Engraved Medals will be awarded as well as the Turkey Bowl Trophy
for a full year of bragging rights!
Please bring a side dish or snack to share at the event.
Reminders & Announcements
2022 TLA Sponsored Events
Ladder Ball Tournament: Saturday, October 15
Veterans Day BBQ & Chili Competition: Saturday, November 12 RD: 11/13
Turkey Bowl: Saturday, November 26 RD: 11/27
Breakfast with Santa: Saturday, December 11 RD: 12/18
TLA Winter Party 1/21/2023
Look for more specific information on each event in the Tidbits and on FB as the event gets closer
Beach Closing 2022
Thank you to everyone that came out to Beach Closing!
It was a beautiful night at our lake. Special thanks to our set up crew: Tricia and Brian Curiale, Lindsay and George Smith, Steve Boianelli, Dave Martin, Melanie Gessman, Hillary Ellis, Lauren White & Kate Brady.
Help Needed with Off-season Trash Collection at the Beach
TLA is looking for families to volunteer to help with the trash/recycling at
the lake during the offseason. The link to the Sign Up Genius is below.
You would be in charge of taking the trash up the evening of the day you
selected and getting the cans back to the beach after it has been
collected the following day. The Sign Up Genius is organized by week
and tells you whether it’s just trash or trash & recycling that need to go
out. Please see the link for more info and consider selecting a week to
Killdeer Maintenance and Lake Lowering
Killdeer lake will be lowered in October in order to mow the dam and conduct
other maintenance around the lake. We anticipate that the lake will be lowered
through the end of November.
Phragmites (Phragmites Australias) is a common invasive reed found
throughout New Jersey. We have Phragmites popping up in different locations
along our lakes edges. If you are a lakefront homeowner, you must cut and
control this plant to prevent it from spreading. You can google Phragmites
Australias if you are unclear as to what it looks like. Contact the Lake
Committee at email@example.com if you are uncertain about its
presence on your property.
It is time to take your boat
home where it is safe
School is out and you
won't be using it
anymore this year.
The lifeguard is not at the
The lake is being lowered,
so the boating season is
All boats must be off of the
boat racks and off of TLA
property by Halloween
SAVE THE DATE!
TLA WINTER PARTY
TLA’s Winter Party will take place at LaScala’s Fire in Marlton on
Saturday, January 21 beginning at 6pm
This is a TLA adult members only party.
More information on ticket sales will be in the December Tidbits.
Babysitter List or Youth Services
I have had many new neighbors request the Babysitter List or Youth Services. If your child is interested in being added please email me their name, date of birth and phone number. If they are on the list and no longer want to be, please let me know.
Would you like a copy of the Babysitter List or Youth Services? Please email me with your name and address and I will forward.They will no longer be in the Tidbits. Thank you! GailTidbits@comcast.net
TLA Beach and Trails connecting to the beach are smoke-free
REMINDER TO ALL DOG OWNERS:
In order for everyone to safely enjoy our open spaces and walking trails, Medford Township and the TLA Board of Directors would like to offer a reminder that, per Chapter 66 of the Medford Township Administrative code, dogs must be kept on a leash. Also, dog owners are required under this same ordinance to remove their pet's waste from our open space and trails. Pet waste is not only offensive, but it can pollute water as it is washed by rain into our lakes. Help keep our lakes clean by doing your part to clean-up after your dogs.
Did You Know???
It’s illegal to dispose of brush, trees and yard material on common grounds. We still have people throwing their brush and tree limbs in the common grounds. Please dispose of properly!
We are starting weekly pickup basketball for adults on Sundays. Games will start at 9am at the beach court. Feel free to come earlier to warm up. Text Andrew Massaro (609-828-4004) with any questions.
A pair of sunglasses on a lawn on Woodthrush Trail W. Call 609-654-5019.
Why has the Medford-Vincentown Rotary put on this fantastic parade year after year? All you need to do is walk down Main Street and see the hundreds of kids all dressed in custom and excitedly waiting for the first float to come by. It's a magical night that brings the community together and has grown to attract 30, 000 spectators and participants. With marching bands and cheerleaders, princesses and fireman the Medford-Vincentown Rotary Halloween parade is a family friendly site to see.
The Parade starts at 7:00pm, Main Street closes to traffic at 6:00pm. The 1 mile long
parade starts at the float staging ground located at St. Mary's of the Lakes School and
continues East onto Fire House Lane then turns right onto Main Street and continues
south to Maurice and Everett Haines School.