Hunter Hayes • August 4 • 7:00 pm S Opening for Hunter Hayes: LARRY BAGBY ome are hailing 20-year-old Hunter Hayes as the future of country music, but his present is looking pretty darned good, too. His first major label album, 2011’s Hunter Hayes, jumped to No. 7 on the country chart and yielded the hits Storm Warning and Wanted. That success led to a tour last year with Taylor Swift, followed by a one of his own, and a two-month jaunt this year with Rascal Flatts, who also recorded a song Hayes co-penned. Though just out of his teens, Hayes has already had a remarkable career, not just with his recent success, but going back to when he was four years old, when the young Louisiana native appeared alongside Hank Williams, Jr., singing and playing Cajun accordion on national TV. At age six, he took up guitar – a gift from Robert Duvall, whose movie, Apostle, Hayes appeared in – and began writing songs. Today, Hayes not only writes and co-produces his own material, but he plays all the instruments on his album. His songs are influenced not just by his country heroes, but by the Beatles, Stevie Ray Vaughan, John Mayer and other sources. He declares, “I hope people half my age and twice my age will listen to my music – I want it to live forever and for my audience to feel like they have a friend in my music.” Hanson • September 1 • 7:00 pm leon russell • August 18 • 7:00 pm Stay for fireworks after the show! E ven if Rock & Roll Hall of Famer LEON RUSSELL had never made a record of his own, he would have a huge presence in popular music. As a studio musician, he played keyboards on many of the biggest hits of the 1960s (from the Beach Boys to Frank Sinatra); he led the Mad Dogs & Englishmen band that put Joe Cocker on the map; recorded with Bob Dylan and Beatles George Harrison and Ringo Starr, the Rolling Stones and others; and as a songwriter, he penned Cocker’s Delta Lady, the Carpenters’ Superstar, George Benson’s This Masquerade, and B.B. King’s Hummingbird, among others. All that is just the sideshow to Russell’s own career as a performer. His albums and dynamic performances were hugely influential in bringing rock and roll back to its roots after the psychedelic era, and brought timeless hits like Roll Away the Stone and Tightrope to the table. Russell’s songs and rollicking piano were a huge influence on the young Elton John, who recently returned the favor in 2010 by recording the No. 3-charting duets album, The Union. Russell is an American treasure, and that recent album and his live performances show that he’s still adding to the trove. Opening for Leon Russell: PAWNSHOP KINGS These California boys have deep roots in the tradition of the American South. Driven by formative and familial experiences on their Arkansas plantation, and raised on the beach in Southern California, brothers Joel and Scott Owen play American music with equal parts rock, soul, and pop. All CONCERTS are slated for Saturday evenings at 7:00 pm. JAZZFEST & TASTE OF THE LAKE begins at 4:00 pm. All show times are approximate and artists are subject to change without notice. See Concert Entrance Procedures on page 3. Though he has played many comedic and dramatic roles as an actor, LARRY BAGBY’S true passion is music. Larry’s original songs have been featured in films such as The Day the Earth Stood Still, and the The Break up Artist, and on the hit television show Cold Case. Expect to see much more of the actor on-screen as well as the musician on-stage for many years to come. W hen Hanson came along with its ultra-catchy 1997 hit MMMBop, the youthful trio redefined the notion of what a “boy band” could be. Oklahoma-born brothers Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson were indeed boys – ranging in age from 10 to 15 when they first made waves – but they were a real, and creative, group of musicians, not the boy band stereotype of cute, disposable goods assembled by a marketing team. The brothers’ self-penned MMMBop went to No. 1 in the US and 27 other countries, and was irresistible proof that music didn’t have to be dumb to be fun. The trio started in their pre-teens, singing a cappella versions of ’50s rock songs. Then they took up keyboards, drums, and guitar, and graduated to writing their own songs, with blended classic 1960s-style pop with a contemporary verve. Hanson put out two albums on their own before they became the sensation of 1996’s respected South by Southwest music festival, which led to a major label signing and the worldwide success of MMMBop and seven subsequent Top 40 hits. Rebelling against their record label’s interference with their creative freedom, the trio began releasing their own music again. Their most recent album, 2011’s Shout It Out, hit No. 2 on the Indie chart, and the world tour that followed – along with a tour with Conan O’Brian and a stellar appearance on Dancing With the Stars, reaffirmed Hanson’s status as one of the most delightful and inventive bands around. Opening for Hanson: KINA GRANNIS Born and raised in Mission Viejo, KINA GRANNIS started playing shows at the age of four in front of stuffed animals. After winning the Doritos’ Crash the Super Bowl Contest, Kina performed Message from the Heart in front of 97 million viewers! Kina has been busy touring the US, Canada, and Europe garnering numerous awards and television appearances. The Greg Jordon-directed, stop-motion video of In Your Arms, featuring 288,000 Jelly Belly jelly beans, landed Kina on The Ellen Degeneres Show. From a World Tour to the Lake Stage – welcome home, Kina! Board Actions Movies in the Moonlight The following is an informal account of LMV Board of Directors proceedings, not the official Board meeting minutes. Board Members present for the June 12, 2012, meeting included: Dale Tarkington Diane Lincoln, Alan Virdinis, Sid Wittenberg, and Fred Mellenbruch. his summer LMVA members will once again enjoy some of the best family movies ever made, outside of their own private theater, located under the stars and along the shores of LMV. Come on down to Lake Mission Viejo on Wednesday or Friday evenings for a lakeside showing of popular feature films on our BRAND NEW BIG SCREEN. Our new projection system and screen promise to provide an even better experience for LMV movie buffs. New Business Approved: Purchase of Two Honda Generators. Diane Lincoln made a motion to purchase two model EG5000 Honda generators for a not-to-exceed expense of $2,170.00 with expense to come from Reserve Account 2046. Second, Fred Mellenbruch. Vote carried 5-0-0. Approved: Purchase of One Mini Flatbed Tipper Truck. Alan Virdinis made a motion to approve a not-to-exceed expense of $13,816.00 for purchase of a Mini Flatbed Tipper Truck from Vantage Vehicle International with expense coming from Reserve Account 2046. Second, Diane Lincoln. Vote Carried 5-0-0. Approved: Additional Expense for the North Beach Entrance Signage. Diane Lincoln made a motion to approve a not-to-exceed expense of $2,625.22 to be added to the Outdoor Sign Systems contract approved at the March 2012 meeting with expense to come from Capital Expansion Account 2045. Second, Fred Mellenbruch. Vote carried 5-0-0. The LMVA Board of Directors meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the LMV Administration Building. All Lake members are welcome to attend. T To provide you with the best possible picture on LMV’s giant screen, shows will begin once it gets dark, generally between 8:15 and 8:45 pm. The first movies will be shown later due to the longer summer days. Please bring low- backed chairs as a courtesy to those sitting behind you. Movies in the Moonlight are free for members to enjoy. For specifics about the content in each of the feature films, visit www.Screenit.com. Movies are subject to change without notice. THE muppets Wed, Aug 8 • Fri, Aug 10 O n vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world’s biggest Muppet fan, and his friends Gary and Mary from Smalltown, USA, discover the nefarious plan of T When submitting a guest list for a weekday in the summer, fees must be paid at the time the list is submitted. These guest policies apply to both North Beach and East Beach. Guest lists will be allowed seven days a week starting again mid-September through mid-May 2013. Wed, Aug 22 • Fri, Aug 24 T his animated adventure follows the journey of a boy as he searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. To find it he must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy yet charming creature who fights to protect his world. Animated feature with voiceover by Zac Efron, Danny Devito, Taylor Swift. Rated PG; 86 minutes. Summer Guests o prevent overcrowding on weekends during the summer months, specific guest policy rules are in place. LMV does not accept guest lists on the weekends from mid-May through mid-September. This means that only 10 guests per membership household will be allowed on Saturdays and Sundays. Lists of up to 15 guests per member household are still allowed Monday through Friday. During the summer weekends, all guests must enter the facility with a Lake Member. A fee will apply to all guests ages eight or older, and must be paid at the time of entry. Guests under eight years old can enter the facility for free, but still count towards the number of guests allowed in total. THE LORAX oilman Tex Richman to raze the Muppet Theater and drill for the oil recently discovered beneath the Muppets’ former stomping grounds. To stage The Greatest Muppet Telethon Ever and raise the $10 million needed to save the theater, Walter, Mary, and Gary help Kermit the Frog reunite the Muppets, who have all gone their separate ways. Amy Adams, Jason Segel, Chris Cooper. Rated PG; 98 minutes. 2012 Annual Regatta The 2012 summer season is sailing right along. After several weeks of relaxed sailing on Wednesday and Friday afternoons through all of July and early August, the competitive spirit will once again be evident on Sunday, August 19th, when LMVYC sailors will be out on the lake to race in the Yacht Club’s 35th Annual Regatta. The post-race celebration will once again celebrate the LMVYC birthday with plenty of food and refreshments. The Yacht Club, founded in 1978, has sailed for 35 consecutive years and has grown considerably since inception. Stop by on August 19th and check out all the fun. Membership is open to all LMVA members. Free Concert Tee Shirts! D raffle. on’t miss your chance to score a free concert tee shirt at the Lake this summer. Just stop by the LMV kiosk on concert nights, located by Lifeguard Headquarters, to enter the free Tickets will be drawn at 6:30 pm on the Lake stage, and winners must be present to win. If you are not one of the lucky winners and want to own one of this season’s special edition tee shirts, they may be purchased for $10 each. Concert Rules to Play By 1. No glass containers for drinks or food. All coolers, baskets, and bags are checked upon entry to the concert/park area. 2. CONCERT guest policies apply: limit of 4 guests; $10 per person guest fee. All LMVA members must have ID card. 3. Bring short and low-back beach chairs only…please. 4. Get your spot early. These events are very popular. 5. Remain seated once the concert begins. 6. No tents or canopies after 6:00 pm. 7. Be courteous to those around you. No smoking in the center bowl area. 8. No personal barbecues. Use barbecues in designated areas only. 9. Please pick up after yourself. Trash cans are available. 10.Use minimum space on lawn, as there are many people to seat. Use small blankets and towels. No ground tarps allowed. 11.The area in front of the stage is not opened until stage set-up is completed. 12.When parking lots fill, cars will be allowed to drop off passengers. Overflow parking is available on public streets. 13.No pets are allowed. Thank you for your consideration of others. Your cooperation with the LMVA concert rules makes concerts enjoyable and safe for everyone! Share LMVA with Guests on Concert Days 1. During summer concert days at North Beach, LMVA members may bring up to four guests per household; this includes children. Guests must enter with the member. 2. Fees are $10 per guest, including children, on concert days at North Beach only. Cash only! 3. East Beach guest fees continue to be $2 on concert days. Jazzfest A s the summer season sun sets on LMV, members should make plans for another great evening of music on Saturday, September 15 at the annual Jazzfest. The following artists are scheduled to appear: Bettye La Vette Slim Man Brad Rambur James Torme 7:00-8:00 pm 5:30-6:30 pm 4:00-5:00 pm 8:30-9:30 pm Tasty Treats at Taste of the Lake The following restaurants are excited to participate in the 2012 Taste of the Lake on Saturday, September 15. Don’t miss this LMV tradition great food and fun. Published by Lake Mission Viejo Association 22555 Olympiad Road Mission Viejo, CA 92692 (949) 770-1313 www.lakemissionviejo.org Presorted Standard U.S. Postage PAID PERMIT #288 Anaheim, CA August 4Concert IV Hunter Hayes 7:00 pm 8/10 Movies in the [email protected] The Muppets 14 Board Meeting 7:00 pm 18Concert V Leon Russell 7:00 pm 19 LMVYC Annual Regatta 1:00 pm For the Best Concert Seats, Come to the Early Morning Lottery T he entrance gate to the North Beach facility will open as usual at 6:00 am. Access to the Concert Bowl area will commence at approximately 6:30 am. Members accessing the facility by car will be allowed to park in the Fisherman’s parking lot and assemble in the Administration lot along with the pedestrian traffic prior to 6:30 am. Members arriving by boat will be allowed to tie up to the dock in front of the Maintenance building. Access to the Concert Bowl area will be conducted by a lottery style system; therefore there is no advantage to lining up prior to 6:00 am. The Lottery process is as follows: 22/24 Movies in the [email protected] The Lorax 1. Randomly numbered wrist bands will be distributed upon the opening of the facility. Members only! You must show your ID card to get a wristband. September 2. Wristband pick-up will be at a designated location in the main parking lot. 3. One wristband per person. It must be attached and worn. 1 4. Distribution will continue until management determines a designated time to end it. Board of Director’s Candidates Statements Available 1Concert VI Hanson 7:00 pm 3 Labor Day Guests allowed all day 11 Board Meeting 5. One blanket per person allowed in the park. No chairs allowed until after the process is complete. 6. At the designated time, randomly selected groups of numbers will be called. Once called, members will proceed to a holding area. Wristbands will be verified and then the group will be allowed to set up in the park. 7:00 pm 7. This process continues until all groups have been called. 15 Jazzfest & 4:00-10:00 pm Taste of the Lake 8. The stage set-up area will limit seating access to a portion of the concrete pad until show loadin is completed. 23 LMVYC Fall Regatta 24 Board of Director’s Candidates Statements Due 9. At the conclusion of the set-up process, the park will open to general use and chairs may be brought in at this time. Chairs abandoned along the sidewalks adjacent to the North Beach facility entrance will be confiscated. Please bring one blanket only for the initial entrance into the bowl. Chairs will be allowed after the initial entrance process is complete. 1:00 pm Thank you for your patience and cooperation in helping make access to LMVA concerts a safe and pleasant experience for members and guests alike. For updates or other information, call the Concert Hotline at (949) 770-1313, ext. 311. August Hours North Beach 8:00 am-11:00 pm 6:00 am-11:00 pm Mon-Fri Sat-Sun East Beach 10:00 am-10:00 pm Daily Market on the Lake 8:00 am-10:00 pm With Market Dock Access Card North Beach Snack Bar 11:30 am-4:00 pm 11:30 am-5:00 pm Daily Mon-Thu Fri, Sat, Sun East Beach Snack Bar 12:00-3:00 pm Fri, Sat, Sun only Membership/Billing Office 8:00 am-5:00 pm Daily 6:00 am-11:00 am Concert Saturdays Clubhouse Rental Office 1:00-5:00 pm Daily Beach Bag Store/Lake Services 8:00 am-5:00 pm Daily Tackle Box/Boat Rentals 8:00 am-8:00 pm 6:00 am-8:00 pm Last boat rented at 7:00 pm, due in at 8:00 pm. Mon-Fri Sat-Sun Election News Once again the annual process of electing members to the LMVA Board of Directors is upon us. Interested Lake members are encouraged to follow the procedures outlined here to attain a leadership role and become active in the LMVA community. The Lake Mission Viejo Association Annual Election process begins on September 1 when Board of Directors Candidate Declaration forms are available to prospective Board Candidates. Candidate Declarations can be downloaded from the Lake website at www.lakemissionviejo. org and will also be available in the LMV administrative offices.The deadline for submission is Monday, September 24 at 5:00 pm. All potential Candidates must fill out the application form, “Declaration of Candidacy.” Candidates for the Board must meet the requirements as outlined in the Election rules. Once the potential candidate has been determined to be qualified and meets the requirements stated in the Election Rules, he or she may be considered a “Candidate” for the Board of Director’s Election. A Candidates Forum will be scheduled for Tuesday, October 23 at 6:00 pm in the Lake Clubhouse for candidates to introduce themselves to the Delegates and answer any questions they may have. The culmination of the election process occurs following the Candidates Forum on Tuesday, October 23 at 7:00 pm with the Annual Meeting of the Lake Delegates. The election of the Board of Directors takes place at this meeting. Three Board positions are up for election in 2012. A quorum of District Delegates representing fifty-one percent (51%) of the membership is required to conduct the election. The District Delegates will then cast votes to elect Board positions. Look for information in the September issue of the LMVA Newsletter on how to become a District Delegate or call LMVA at (949) 770-1313, ext. 213.
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