Newsletter319 April 2015

Waynoka News
“Official Newsletter for the Waynoka Property Owners Association”
April, 2015
www.lakewaynoka.com
ISSUE 319
Waynoka Property Owner’s Association
and
Waynoka Regional Water & Sewer District
Annual Board Meetings
April 18, 2015
The WRWSD Meeting begins at 7:00 pm
with the
WPOA meeting to immediately follow.
Hors d’oeuvres and beverages will be served
after the meetings.
Come meet your new board members.
Please RSVP to the Administration Office
937-446-3232,
prior to April 10th if you plan to attend
since space is limited.
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Waynoka Property Owners Association
Board of Trustees Meeting
Saturday, March 14, 2015
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you can log in/register to view the WPOA Meeting Minutes.
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Chief Neu, from the Russellville Fire Dept., attended the March 14th WPOA meeting and
provided the information below for property owners who are discussing the cost of their
homeowner's insurance with their insurance agents.
RUSSELLVILLE FD STATION 46 (Ash Ridge)
8592 Ash Ridge-Arnheim Rd. Sardinia, Ohio 45171
RUSSELLVILLE FD STATION 45 (Russellville)
126 W. South St.
Russellville, OH 45168
The mailing address for both stations is
P.O. Box 268
Russellville, OH 45168
Finance Committee
The Lake Waynoka Finance committee had its quarterly meeting on March 6th 2015. The Finance
committee meets quarterly to review and discuss the WPOA financial performance to date and to make
recommendations to the Board of Trustee’s. The discussions this quarter centered around the paying
off of the recreation center loan and how to finance the upkeep of that facility and pools going forward.
Their recommendations to the board is in the WPOA board meeting minutes of 14 March 2015 in
new business section. Please refer to those minutes for the recommendation of the committee.
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If you water your lawn on a windy day Waynoka Regional Water
and Sewer District
most of the water either blows away
1 Waynoka Dr.
(possibly to your neighbor’s lawn)
Lake Waynoka, OH 45171
or evaporates. 
937-446-3232 * 937-446-3330
Water…Use it wisely!
This tip is courtesy of the WRWSD.
WRWSD Board of Trustees Meeting – Mon., February 23, 2015
President Larry Doughman called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.
Roll Call: Present: Beresford, Bridges, Buskey, Doughman, LaPlante, Purdin, Mgr. Cahall and Plant Supt.
Culver.
Absent: Redick (ex.)
Minutes: A motion to approve the minutes of the February 14th Saturday meeting as distributed via email was
made by Purdin and seconded by Beresford. A yea/nay vote was taken and the motion passed unanimously.
President’s Report (Larry Doughman): none
Treasurer’s Report (John Buskey):
• Buskey noted that he and Mgr. Cahall, Plant Supt. Culver, and WRWSD Clerk, Kay Bundy will begin work
on updating the WRWSD’s Capital Improvements Plan during the next couple of weeks. The Plan should be
available for the entire Board’s review by the end of March.
• The Board discussed what action should be taken when the two CDs at National Bank and Trust come due
on March 4th. It was decided that the CDs should be ‘cashed’ out and then transferred to Peoples Bank on
March 9th since NB&T will no longer exist.
• Buskey shared several of the meetings which RCAP (Rural Community Assistance Partnership) will be
offering in the near future.
Report from the Manager (Paul Cahall) and the Plant Supt. (George Culver):
• The next shipment of meters and registers from Master Meter will be 200 units. Installation of these new
units continues. It is anticipated that all residences will have new water meters and registers by the end of
summer.
• Culver reported that one of the three return pumps at the sewer plant had failed and would need to be
replaced at a cost of about $2K.
• Cahall and Culver agree that the cold weather was causing problems for both homeowners and the WRWSD
staff. Several water leaks have been reported requiring repair under difficult weather conditions.
• Culver shared that he has been researching the cost and features of small excavators. The purchase of an
excavator of this size would definitely reduce yard damage and reclamation costs when the WRWSD installs
water and sewer service to new homes as well as when line repairs need to be made. Purchase of a small
excavator will be included in the Capital Plan.
• The Board directed the Manager to contact legal counsel, Jay Cutrell, to write a resolution stating that the
flushing truck is “no longer necessary or needed for the operation of the District”.
• Cahall has already received several resumes in response to the District’s ad for a ‘new hire’ at the WRWSD
plant. The deadline is March 6th.
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Other Business Items:
• Beresford initiated a discussion about the ‘life expectancy’ of the various grinder pump cores and the
District’s plan of action as the sewer system ages. The Trustees discussed many different aspects of this
matter.
• Buskey made a proposal as to how the Trustees should determine the 2015 WRWSD officers at the Annual
Meeting. All agreed to follow his suggestion.
Motions and Resolutions: none
Adjournment: A motion to adjourn the meeting was then made by Purdin and seconded by Beresford. All were
in favor and the meeting was adjourned at 7:47 pm.
Respectfully submitted,
Joanne A. Coker, Assistant WRWSD Recording Secretary
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Give your grinder pump air!
Let it breathe! Let it breathe!
If you are going to landscape around your grinder pump,
the grade around the pump should be
a minimum of 4” below the top of the lid
and sloped away from the unit.
Never cover or obstruct the air vent openings in your grinder pump.
In a failure situation back flow water would empty into your house
rather than on to the ground if the vents are blocked. Gross! $$$$
This tip is courtesy of the WRWSD.
Waynoka Regional Water and Sewer District
1 Waynoka Dr.
Lake Waynoka, OH 45171
937-446-3232
937-446-3330
WRWSD Board of Trustees Meeting – Sat., March 14, 2015
Vice President Tom Beresford called the meeting to order at 9:30 a.m.
Beresford then announced that Larry Doughman who had presided as President of the WRWSD Board of Trustees for
the past two years submitted his resignation from the Board effective Friday, March 6, 2015. Doughman and his wife,
Tillie, are no longer property owners in Lake Waynoka. The Board members thank Doughman for his service and wish
him well.
Roll Call: Present: Beresford, Bridges, Buskey, LaPlante, Redick & Mgr. Cahall. Absent: Purdin (ex.)
Minutes: A motion was made by LaPlante and seconded by Redick to approve the minutes of the February workshop
meeting as read. A yea/nay vote was taken and the motion passed unanimously.
President’s Report (Tom Beresford): none
Treasurer’s Report (John Buskey):
• Buskey noted in the February financial report (which was available to all those present) that income from bond service
and water availability fees was already being received. Additional monies will be received by the end of March and
into April and May since the invoices were mailed in early March.
• The line items related to the monthly service contracts for both water and sewer were reduced in February because the
WRWSD received a credit from the WPOA for 2014.
• A meeting to revise and update the five year Capital Plan was held last week and another work session is scheduled for
next week. The proposed plan will be reviewed by the Board at the March workshop meeting.
• Treasurer Buskey encouraged anyone with questions about the finances of the District to contact him.
Manager’s Report (Paul Cahall):
• The CDs held at NB&T were transferred and reissued by Peoples as the Board had directed Cahall to do.
• There is a ‘plug’ in sewage lines on Bonanza Dr. which the crew has been working to clear since Wednesday.
Unfortunately, it appears that they may need to run new lines and install a new tap.
• Today the crew is answering calls about ‘lit’ grinder pump lights because of the excessive rainfall being experienced.
• The spring draining of the lagoon has not yet begun because of the ice. The drain pipe is located in the center of the
lagoon. If the water is drained from under it when there is ice on the surface the drain pipe could ‘snap’. So the plan
is to open the valve to drain the lagoon late next week after the ice is melted and the EPA’s testing requirements are
met.
• On Monday four candidates will be interviewed for the vacant position at the water plant.
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Classified
937-446-2306
DECKS & DOCKS - CLEANED & STAINED
SPRING SPECIAL:
Free Estimates, Reasonable.
Bill Meyer 937-509-3548
Lake Waynoka gated community, FOR SALE, a 28 x 40,
2 ½ car garage, (full basement, full bath & kitchen), lg
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$149,000.00
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• FINAL GRADE SEED
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Old Business: none
New Business: It was announced that the trustee seat on the WRWSD Board vacated by Larry Doughman’s resignation is
now available. This position which expires in 2016 is being announced today and will also be announced during the next
Saturday meeting on April 11th. All interested individuals are encouraged to pick up applications at the Office.
Motions and Resolutions: none
Board Member Concerns: none
Membership Concerns: none
Adjournment: The motion to adjourn was then made by Bridges and seconded by Redick. All were in favor and the
meeting was adjourned at 9:40 a.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Joanne A. Coker, WRWSD Assistant Recording Secretary
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REMINDER TO ALL PROPERTY
OWNERS
PLEASE REMEMBER TO SAVE ALL YOUR
ALUMINIUM CANS AND PLACE IN PLASTIC BAGS
IN THE CAN TRAILER LOCATED IN OUR NEW
LOCATION BEHIND THE SWIMMING POOL.
(THE ACCESS ROAD BEHIND THE BAR. ALL THE WAY
BACK BEHIND THE POOLS AT THE END OF THE ROAD)
NOTHING BUT ALUMINUM CANS
ARE ACCEPTABLE!!!!!
THE SHAWNEE SQUAWS - ON BEHALF OF THE SUE
HAMM MEMORIAL FIREWORKS FUND
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Leaf Removal
Shoreline Protection
Bobcat & Excavation Work
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LAWN KINGS LLC
Landscaping & Lawn Care
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Lake Waynoka Resident
937-515-1656
Mowing & Weed Eating
Jim Meeker, Owner/Director
Lake Waynoka Resident for 23 years
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~Pre-Arrangement Services Available~
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937-377-4182
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Calendar
of Events
Adult Tap Class – Thursdays, 9:15 am
Art Class – Mondays, 10:00 am to 12 noon
Art Gathering - April 13th, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Campground Mtg. - April 4, 2015, 10:00 am
Chapel - Worship Service, Sundays, 10:00 am
Civic Club - April 28th, 7:00 pm
Euchre - Wednesdays, 7:00 pm (Lodge)
Euchre – Fridays, 7:00 pm (Lodge)
Garden Club - April 9th, 7:00 pm
Lake Committee - April 15th, 4:30 pm (Marina)
Line Dancing Class – Tuesdays, 1:30 pm
Lions Club - April 7th & 21st, 6:30 pm
Meet & Greet - April 11th, 11:30 (Lodge)
Project Linus - Thursdays, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Shawnee Squaws – April 8th, 10:00 am
Watersports Club – April 11th, 11:30 am
WPOA Workshop - April 10th, 5:00 pm
WRWSD Board Mtg. – April 11th, 9:30 am
WPOA Board Mtg. – April 11th, 10:00 am
WRWSD Workshop - April 27th, 7:00 pm
Campground Opens - April 1st
Golf League Meeting - April 14th, 10:00 am (lodge)
Wed. Night Bass Tourn. - April 15th, 5:30 to 8:30 pm
Spring Bass Tourn. - April 25th, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
EUCHRE SCORES
Wednesday Night
01/07 Erma Wagner...............................................................59
Larry Kraft..................................................................51
Carlos Day................................................................51
Bob Beighle.................................................................51
01/14 Sue & Carlos Day.....................................................60
Erma Wagner...............................................................53
01/21 Carlos Day................................................................62
Larry Kraft..................................................................54
01/28
Ben Balcolm................................................................64
Larry Kraft..................................................................60
Friday Night
02/06 Jean Hilliard.............................................................61
Jerl Wagner...............................................................60
02/13 Bob Rickling............................................................60
Erma Wagner............................................................57
02/20 Bob Rickling............................................................58
Erma Wagner............................................................52
02/27
Villie Foster..............................................................58
Elwood Patrick.........................................................55
If you would like to play Euchre, meet new people and have
a good time, come to the Lodge and join the fun!
Play starts at 7:00 p.m. so come early to get a seat.
Lake Waynoka Lounge
937-446-2012
Sun, Mon, & Wed.
Tues
Thurs.
Fri. & Sat.
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
4:00 pm
- 8:00 pm
- 9:00 pm
- 12:00 am
- 12:30 am
Happy Hours - Mon. 6 to 8 pm, Tues. 6 to 9 pm, Wed. 6 to 8 pm.
Tuesday Euchre - 6 to 9 pm.
Thursday Open Pool - 4 to 8 pm
6th
Reds Opening Day - Open at 3:00 pm
$ Dogs $ Drafts
4:00 to 6:00 pm
11th
Live Band
“Cabin Fever” NO COVER CHARGE
18th
Live Band
“Midnight Fire” NO COVER CHARGE
25th
Benefit for Kathy Conaway, 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm - call for more info
After Meeting Party - 2nd Saturday of each month the Lounge will open at 11 am!!
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LAKE WAYNOKA CIVIC CLUB
Did you know that you can help support the Lake
Waynoka Civic Club by purchasing quality sports wear?
All items are embroidered with your choice of lake
related logos & are available in a variety of colors. The
logos include duck & reed, campfire, bass, sailboat, anchor
& captain’s wheel. These items make perfect gifts, or just
treat yourself!
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Contact one of our agents who
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937-763-3393
Risa Boone
937-402-7662
Scott Crawford 937-205-4258
Lots For Sale
Waterfront &
off the water!
Prices from
$900 to
$68,000
CALL US!
All information believed accurate, but
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Gildan Zip Hooded Sweatshirt
$25
Gildan Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt
$25
Gildan Crewneck Sweatshirt
$20
Gildan T-shirt$12
Gildan knit Sport Shirt (golf)
$18
Jerzees Johnny Collar$18
Hats & Visors
$12
Plus sizes cost a little more.
Additional items are available upon request.
Sample items can be seen in the display case at the Lodge.
We also, have can koozies! $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00.
Contact Ginny Tatman at 937-446-9575 or
[email protected]
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T’s Lakehouse Restaurant
The excitement is almost becoming overwhelming, as we draw closer to opening your Lake
Waynoka restaurant. The staff at T’s Lakehouse Restaurant desire to revive your senses with
the flavors of classic Americana, as well as a selection of revolving menu options that will
entice your taste buds, and keep you coming back for more! We plan to offer a wonderful
assortment of cool treats to enjoy while lying by the pool in the summer sun, along with plenty
of snacks for your youngster to purchase with those quarters pulled from behind their ear. Most
importantly, we shall strive to earn your trust with every bite you take, and with our elite
customer service that stems from 50 years in the restaurant business. Let me be the first to
welcome you to your new dining experience.
Sincerely,
Chef Jason Michaels, GM
Soft Opening March 27th, 28th - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm and March 29th 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
Spring Hours - Beginning April 6th
Monday thru Saturday - 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Sunday - 8:00 am to 2:00 pm
XXXXXXXXX 513-582-7399
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Now We need
Your help!
More buyers are looking at
Lake Waynoka than ever.
Maybe for a home just like
yours.
If you are considering selling
your home give us a call.
We may have the perfect
buyer for your property.
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Sardinia Friends of the Library Spring Book Sale
You are sure to find something you want from our large selection of used fiction and nonfiction books, DVDs, CDs, and so much more! Members only preview sale on Wednesday,
April 8, from 2-3 p.m.(memberships may be purchased at the door).
Open to the Public
Wednesday, April 8, 3:00-7:00P.m.
Thursday, April 9, 9:00 a.m-7:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 11, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
The Brown County Public - Sardinia
13309 Purdy Rd.
Sardinia, OH 45171
937-446-1565
2015 Best Fishing Days
(when the moon is between new & full)
LAKE WAYNOKA LAKE COMMITTEE
2015 Tournament Schedule
Wednesday Evening
Tournament Schedule 6:00-9:00 pm
April 15th Due to DST we will go from 5:30 – 8:30
May 20th, June 17th, July 15th, August 19th,
Sept. 16th Due to DST we will go from 5:30 – 8:30
Lake Waynoka Spring Bass Tournament
April 25th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
March 20 – April 4
April 18 – May 3
May 18 – June 2
June 16 – July 1
July 15 – 31
August 14 – 29
September 13 – 27
October 12 – 27
November 11 – 25
December 11–25
“excert from the Farmer’s Almanac”
WPOA Regulations on
Limit and Fish Size
Lake Waynoka Night Bass Tournament
July 25
th
11:00 pm - 7:00 am
Lake Waynoka Fall Bass Tournament
September 26th
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Lake Waynoka Bass Classic Tournament
October 10
th
8:00 - 4:00
(By Invitation)
If you are interested in being a sponsor
for any of the tournaments-please contact
any Lake Committee Member
Tournaments are “Catch & Release”
SPECIES
DAILY LIMIT
MINIMUM SIZE
Crappies20 9 Inches
Large/Small Mouth
3
15 Inches
& Spotted Bass
Walleye
3
15 Inches
Channel Catfish
6
None
BluegillNone None
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#1 AT LAKE WAYNOKA
No one sells more Lake Waynoka Real Estate than us!
17 SKUNK COVE | $459,000
588 WAYOKA DR | $439,000
Unbelievable, immaculate waterfront home
with view from every window. Over 500’ of
shoreline in deep water cove.
5 CAYUGA COVE | $369,500
Beautiful waterfront home with 168’ of shore- 2 waterfront lots. One of the best locations
line on main lake. 4BD/3BA. All glass facing the at the lake. Open floor plan. 3BD/2BA totalwater with w/o LL.
ly renovated.
6 SIOUX COVE | $203,500
No wake private cove w/ view of main lake.
4BD/3BA, open floor plan, 5 car garage, 2
dock. All glass facing the water.
15 CHIPPEWA COVE | $389,900
55 INDIAN DR | $139,600
2 waterfront lots with private dock and large 2 Wonderful immaculate 4BD home over 1700
car garage for you boat. This get-a-way will not sqft open floor plan. Large kitchen. Private
last. Has water views from front and back.
tiered deck. To many extras list.
We do more than any other Realtor® to market your Lake Waynoka
property. In more unique locations than anyone else.

140 Kroger Stores

P&G/Macys Relocation Dept.

Heart Mini Marathon

The Flying Pig Marathon
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Ohio River Paddlefest
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Cincinnati Travel, Sport &
Boat Show
Can your agent deliver the same results? Our listings will
reach more than a million this year. Call us to find out
more about how we market Lake Waynoka!
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Adams Brown Recycling
Brown County Township Clean-up days announced!!
Clean up days are one time events in each township annually. During clean up days, we strive
to help clean up our communities. This includes items in your home as well as around your
yard.
• April 9-11: Franklin Township (located across the township building in Arnheim)
• April 10-11: Jackson Township (located in Ash Ridge at the township building)
Items NOT accepted include liquids, household hazardous wastes, and tires.
Household hazardous wastes are accepted on June 13, 2015 at Adams Brown Recycling.
Tires are accepted on our tire days on October 10, 17, & 24. Locations TBA
Let’s keep Lake Waynoka beautiful
The Lake Waynoka Civic Club will be sponsoring the Annual garage sale on
Saturday May 16th, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM. Please look for sign up
information in the next newsletter. Cut off for sign up will be Thursday May 7th. Early sign up may be done by emailing us at [email protected]
Information needed is name, address and lot number. Who to contact and phone numbers for call in sign up will be provided in the next newsletter.
SAVE THE DATE
The Lake Waynoka Watersport Club is announcing a “day at the beach” which includes two premier
events that you won’t want to miss. Mark your calendar for June 27th for a 5K run and walk to benefit
Eastern High School Athletic Scholarship program.
Following the run there will be a “Dragon Boats” demonstration at Marina Cove. Come and enjoy a
day at the Lake Waynoka Beach. Watch for more information on upcoming flyers on the run,
demonstration, music and food.
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LAKE WAYNOKA LIONS CLUB
The Lake Waynoka Lions Club was started in 1999 and in that time they have done the following for our
wonderful community here at Lake Waynoka, our state, our country and our world: *Built the shelter at the
beach *Put new picnic and food serving tables at the beach pavilion, pool pavilion and Little Turtle *Put a
defibrillator and two clocks in the Health and Recreation Center *Give scholarships to Lake Waynoka students
at Eastern High School *Donate a “Good Student” t-shirt and certificate to one child from each class, chosen by
their teacher, at the Russellville Elementary School yearly *Support and donate to the fireworks at Lake
Waynoka, yearly *Support and donate to the Lake Waynoka Needy Children Christmas Fund, yearly *Put a
low vision reader in the Sardinia Library.
We also support numerous other organizations yearly, including, but not limited to: *Veterans Home in
Georgetown *Ohio Lions Eye Research Foundation *Camp Dovetail *Ohio Lions Pilot Dogs *International
Relations *Lions Club International Foundation and *Central Ohio Lions Eye Bank.
We would like to continue supporting our community here at Lake Waynoka, our state of Ohio, our nation
and the world we live in. It will be very hard to do this in the future. We can’t keep giving out thousands and
taking in hundreds. We have had to cut back on giving two or three scholarships each year to only one this year
due to lack of funds. All of the money we take in has to go back.
The only way the Lions Club can operate globally is through our dues and funds we generate within our
Lions Club. The reason we are having trouble to support the above is our members have fallen and we don’t
have personal to do projects to raise funds. If anyone here at Lake Waynoka is community minded, we would
like for them to join the Waynoka Lions Club. If you have questions please call Paul Geiger at 513-543-2156 or
Jim Thomas at 513-309-1379.
We love our community here at Lake Waynoka. Why don’t you join us and have fun.
Lions Motto: “We Serve”
The Eastern High School Department of Athletics announced Angela Cox, class of 2015, will continue her
volleyball career at the collegiate level. She has signed her letter of intent to play volleyball for NCAA Division
III Bluffton University in Bluffton, Ohio.
Cox had an outstanding career as a Middle Hitter for the Eastern High School Lady Warriors. Cox was a
four year award winner. Her senior year she acquired several accolades including All-League and All-District
Awards. She also received the award for most blocks on the team, Honorable Mention for District XIV, the Four
Year award, as well as the C103 Player of the Game Award.
Cox will receive the Centennial scholarship as well as other financial aid as she pursues her major of
accounting.
She will play for Bluffton Head Volleyball Coach
Steve Yarnell who has coached at Bluffton for 10 years.
Coach Yarnell has led the Beavers to the Heartland
Conference Championship five times in his 10 years
and to the NCAA Division III Tournament five times.
Bluffton’s 2014 campaign included a Heartland
Conference Championship with a record of 24-10 and
a NCAA Tournament bid.
Shown at the signing of Angie Cox to Bluffton are, in the back
row, from left to right: Russ Hauck, Jacob Smith, Jennifer
Grimes; and in the front row, from left to right: Richard Cox,
Angela Cox, Paula Cox
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Monthly Activity Report for Ranger/Security
Month of February
Calls for
Service
17
Arrests
2
Offense
Reports
1
Traffic
Citations
1
WPOA
Citations
0
Written Squad
Warnings Runs
2
6
EMS
2
Traffic
Crashes
2
The gate count for the Month of February (front and back gate) was 40,282.
Crime Trend Narrative
During the month of February, (2) felony charges were filed as a result of a previous case
and closed. No crime trends were noted for the month.
Boat Decal Reminder
Boat decals are issued only to property owners or spouses. Boat decals are provided for
the boat (large decal) and trailer (smaller decal). Property owners or spouses must have
the following documentation when seeking a new boat decal.
1. current year membership card of property owner or spouse who owns the boat
2. current year registration, or current title, or memorandum of purchase if the boat
has been purchased within the previous (30) days.
NOTE – In accordance with the Code of Regulations, the owner of the boat must sign
a statement that denotes that the owner of the boat has active insurance on the boat at
the time that the decal is issued.
Decals are to be place on the left side of the boat (approximately center mass of the boat)
and the trailer decal is to be placed on the left tongue of the trailer. Each boat decal costs
$35.00.
HELP WANTED
Lake Waynoka is accepting applications for part time help, with the opportunity
to become full time, in our Security Dept. Applications can be printed from our
web site www.lakewaynoka.com/employmentopportunities-at-lake-waynoka.htm
or picked up from the Lake Waynoka administration office.
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Ask the manager, Paul S. Cahall
1. Can we get one car sticker mailed to us after the dues are paid?
Unfortunately no. We do not release car stickers to anyone, all stickers must be applied
by security so we know what car is getting it and who’s car it is. If we mailed out stickers they
could end up on anybody’s car and we would lose control of our gate. Most of our members
can be trusted to do the right thing with the sticker it is the few who would not that would
cause a problem with unauthorized non-members having access to both gates.
2. Why can’t we lease the open area’s that we mow to a farmer for hay?
Most of the open area you see around the lake that we mow are lots owned by members
that pay an annual fee to have them mowed. Since we don’t own the land we can’t lease it.
Also after years of running those big tractors over them they are full of ruts that would tear up
bailing equipment. The only area we own that could be used for hay is under the power lines
and we are currently using that area to dump the silt from dredging.
3. Do campers own the spot they camp in so they can add structures on those lots?
No they do not. We allow our permanent (pay for a full year and winter storage) campers
to make upgrades that are approved by the campground manager to their rented lots but if they
leave they have to take it with them.
ATTENTION
Don’t forget to renew your subscription so the newsletter can be mailed to you.
The cost will be $1.00 a month, paid in advance to the Administration Office.
However, it can be viewed for free on our website: www.lakewaynoka.com.
Free copies will also be available in the Administration Office, Security, the Health &
Rec. Center, Lounge and the Campground (during camping season).
NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIPTION
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Lots for Sale: These lots are owned by Waynoka Property Owner’s Association, Inc. and are listed for sale.
Additional lots and homes may be available by private sellers. Listings for privately held properties may be
obtained by contacting a local realtor or found online.
Lot #
AddressLot #
Address
0094107 Navajo Dr0104112 Shawnee Dr
0108120 Shawnee Dr0109122 Shawnee Dr
0130116 Cheyenne Dr0166138 Seminole Dr
0167136 Seminole Dr022879 Shawnee Dr
02752007 Iriquois Dr0604303 Horse Shoe Dr
0624
268 Horse Shoe Dr
0630
256 Horse Shoe Dr.
0641234 Horse Shoe Dr080212 Lone Star Dr
09182011 Cochise Dr09202008 Cochise Dr
1046118 Oklahoma Dr1074130 Montana Dr
1075128 Montana Dr1097121 Montana Dr
1145131 Texas Dr1148137 Texas Dr
1215116 White Dove Dr1229117 White Dove Dr
1237104 Doe Dr1299140 Horse Shoe Dr
1309171 White Dove Dr1335154 White Dove Dr
1362145 Brave Dr1418170 Texas Dr
1440155 Montana Dr1450144 Montana Dr
1484149 Oklahoma Dr1498150 Oklahoma Dr
1525
157 Sitting Bull Dr. 1535
156 Horse Shoe Dr
1547233 Sitting Bull Dr1558125 Horse Shoe Dr
1918109 Bearcat Dr2025129 Itawamba 2028135 Itawamba Dr2050106 Cimmaron Dr
2051104 Cimmaron Dr2083184 Itawamba Dr
2113106 Loosahatchie Dr2150203 Itawamba Dr
2170110 Tallahatchie Dr2202117 Custer Dr
2225126 Custer Dr2227122 Custer Dr
2262332 Yuma Dr2361170 Navajo Dr
2370155 Navajo Dr2474185 Choctaw Dr
2476181 Choctaw Dr2526119 Sequoia Dr
2549111 Wanna Dr2678114 Choctaw Dr
2793115 Creek Dr2795119 Creek Dr
2804120 Creek Dr2806116 Creek Dr
3353135 Tupelo Dr3369118 Tupelo Dr
34713029 Custer Dr3472 3031 Custer Dr
34813034 Custer Dr34993005 Rio Brazos Dr
35003007 Rio Brazos Dr37993065 Rio Brazos Dr
38693080 Sarsi Dr3896146 Black Hawk Dr
3900
154 Black Hawk Dr
3936
147 Black Hawk Dr
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WAYNOKA PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION
CASH BALANCE REPORT
FEBRUARY 2015
OPERATING CASH ACCOUNTS:
NB&T CECKING
CHARGE CARD ACCOUNT
OPER SAVINGS/FIRST STATE BANK
OPER RESERVE/NB&T
2015
2014
$
$
$
$
131,219
29,435
302
1,957
$
$
$
$
106,848
33,130
229
429
TOTAL OPERATING CASH: $
162,913
$
140,637
$
$
$
$
$
72,133
29,029
138,697
93,460
1,085
$
$
$
$
$
130,254
147,013
110,772
52,545
1,308
TOTAL ALLOCATED ASSESSMENT CASH: $
334,404
$
441,893
$
430,884
$
430,600
$
928,200
$
1,013,130
ALLOCATED ASSESSMENT CASH ACCOUNTS:
ROADS
LAKE, DAM and ACCESS
HEALTH and RECREATION FACILITY
CAMPGROUND
INTEREST INCOME
INVESTED RESERVES:
NB&T CDARS
TOTAL ALL ACCOUNTS
Waynoka Property Owners Association
Capital Income and Expense
Feb 15
YTD
CAPITAL INCOME
660-01 · ROAD CAPITAL
660-02 · CAMPGRD CAPITAL
660-03 · LAKE CAPITAL
660-04 · ROAD CAP/RUMPKE
660-07 · SPEC ASS REC FACILITY
Total CAPITAL INCOME
$
$
$
$
$
$
32,012
840
17,305
400
32,608
83,164
$
$
$
$
$
$
39,342
1,067
20,755
800
39,983
101,947
CAPITAL EXPENSE
Total CAPITAL CAMPGROUND
Total CAPITAL LAKE
Total CAPITAL RECREATION FACILITIES
Total CAPITAL ROADS
Total CAPITAL EXPENSE
$
$
$
$
$
1,000
163
1,673
2,836
$
$
$
$
$
1,000
1,129
4,025
132
6,286
Net Capital Reserve Surplus / (Deficit) $
80,328
$
95,661
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MEMBERSHIP LOUNGE
DUES INCOME
LOTCAMPING
& INITIATION
RENTAL 6%
FEES
MISC
FEES & TRANSFERS
6%
HEALTH/REC/POOL FEES
HOMEOWNER FEES
HOMEOWNER
FEES
LOT & INITIATION
FEES
7%
LOUNGE INCOME
MOWING CHARGES
39% MOWING CHARGES
17%
5%
12%
8%
7%
6%
6%
5%
MEMBERSHIP DUES
39%
HEALTH/REC/POOL
FEES
8%
MISC FEES &
TRANSFERS
12%
WPOA 2015 PLAN INCOME
CAMPING RENTAL
17%
(EXCLUDES WRWSD )
Misc Fees & Transfers:
CAPITAL LABOR TRANSFER, BOAT STICKER FEE, NEWSLETTER ADS, RENTER INCOME, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS, DOCK
RESERVATIONS, LATE FEE INCOME ,BUILDING PERMIT,REC AREA-LODGE RENTAL, INTEREST INCOME, CAR STICKER FEE,
NEWSLETTER MAILING FEE
LOUNGE
SECURITY
ADMINISTRATION 6%
CAMPGROUND
MAINTENANCE
12%
HEALTH/REC/POOL
FACILITIES
CAMPGROUND
LOUNGE
OTHER AMENITIES
HEALTH/REC/POOL
FACILITIES
14%
MAINTENANCE
20%
23%
21%
20%
14%
12%
6%
4%
OTHER AMENITIES
4%
SECURITY
23%
ADMINISTRATION
21%
WPOA 2015 PLAN EXPENSE
(EXCLUDES WRWSD )
Other Amenities:
RESTAURANT, CLUBHOUSE, LAKE,DAM, ACCESS, REAL ESTATE, BEACH, MARINA ,ATHLETIC FACILITIES
Waynoka News - 27
Waynoka Property Owners Association
Operating Income and Expense
Month and YTD
Feb 15
YTD
2015 Plan
INCOME
CAMPING
DUES
HEALTH/REC FACILITIES
INTEREST INCOME
LEASE INCOME
LOUNGE INCOME
MISCELLANEOUS INCOME
MOWING
REAL ESTATE
635-00 · WRWSD CONTRACT
Total Income*
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,991
160,071
2,594
(8)
100
5,430
2,253
15,702
1,250
15,803
207,184
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
5,603
195,290
7,100
384
200
11,194
9,320
18,482
4,000
42,208
293,781
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
257,991
802,625
123,200
1,800
1,200
92,500
156,450
79,500
12,000
329,382
1,876,274
EXPENSE
ACCOUNTING EXPENSES
ACTIVITIES
ANNUAL MEMBER SUPPLIES
ANNUAL EVENTS
CLEANING
COLLECTIONS EXPENSE
COMPUTER
CONTRACTS & LEASES
EQUIPMENT REPAIR
FUEL
LAKE STOCK/TREATMENT
LEGAL
LIABILITY INSURANCE
LOUNGE EXPENSES
MAINT LAND & BLDG.
MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS ADMINISTRATION
PAYROLL & FEDERAL TAXES
REAL ESTATE PURCHASES
REAL ESTATE TAXES
ROAD WORK
TELEPHONE & INTERNET
TRAVEL
UTILITIES
4000 · Reconciliation Discrepancies
6560 · PAYROLL EXPENSE
840-00 · TRASH PICK-UP
841-00 - MISC TOOLS
845-00 · UNBUDGET ITEMS
848-00 · LICENSES/PERMITS
850-00 · CHEMICALS
862-00 · OFFICE SUPPLIES
864-00 · NEWS LETTER
865-00 · POSTAGE
870-00 · HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE
Total Expense
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
195
23
446
706
291
1,996
994
(23)
2,111
579
1,471
259
19,421
497
1,473
1,768
8,808
60,014
81
843
51
760
220
2,972
6,620
112,576
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
195
23
1,133
841
291
1,721
2,560
1,575
2,216
6,080
5,186
3,095
3,148
1,044
33,978
200
17,880
497
2,951
2,022
17,816
212
139,083
163
57
843
164
1,262
513
3,397
12,356
262,501
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
13,400
5,250
6,500
4,400
11,150
1,250
8,500
8,320
31,800
37,800
2,300
3,250
39,200
35,200
12,500
25,900
19,800
144,793
9,500
33,750
2,060
18,050
5,100
195,766
1,005,602
5,720
500
200
6,708
6,800
6,000
4,000
8,000
118,146
1,837,215
94,608
$
31,280
$
39,059
Net Operating Reserve Surplus/ (Deficit) $
*Includes Employee Health Insurance Premium Reimbursement
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WAYNOKA PROPERTY OWNER’S ASSOCIATION, INC.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider & employer.
1 Waynoka Drive
Lake Waynoka, Ohio 45171
www.lakewaynoka.com
Waynoka News
EDITOR
Leslie Piatt
Lake Waynoka
ADMINISTRATION OFFICE HOURS
Monday – Friday 
8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Saturday 
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
WAYNOKA MARINA
937-446-4429
MARCH & APRIL HOURS
MON, TUES, THURS - 9:30 to 5:30
FRI, SAT - 10:00 to 7:00
SUN - 10:00 to 6:00
WEATHER PERMITTING
WEDNESDAY - CLOSED
REFERENCE NUMBERS
Admin. Office Security
Rec. Center
Lounge
Restaurant Marina
Campground
www.lakewaynoka.com
CALL 937-446-4429 OR EMAIL
[email protected]
to schedule maintenance or repairs.
937-446-3232
937-446-3214
937-446-1778
937-446-2012
937-446-3774
937-446-4429
937-446-2887
Propane 20 lb - $18.99
30 lb - $28.99
Health & Rec Center Hours
WPOA accepts Visa, MasterCard & Discover Mon – Fri 7:00 to 9:00
Sat – Sun 8:00 to 9:00
Family Swim Hours
Mon – Fri 3:00 to 7:00 Sat – Sun 11:00 to 7:00
WPOA BOARD
OF TRUSTEES
Any opinion expressed in this
WRWSD BOARD
newsletter reflects only the opinion
OF TRUSTEES
of the author and does not
John McDulin,.................….President necessarily constitute an opinion of Larry Doughman.................President Todd Holt.............….…VicePresident the W.P.O.A., its Board of Directors Tom Beresford..............Vice President
Steve Meese............…….….Secretary
or any other individual.
John Buskey..........................Treasurer
Vernon Taylor……..……....Treasurer
Steve Johnson.................Mbr. at Large
Valerie Bullock
Eric Kirk
Jim Meyer
Betty Purdin
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is not an endorsement of
products or services.
Prescilla Redick....................Secretary
Betty Purdin..................Mbr. at Large
Mike LaPlante
Jim Bridges
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