Lake Heritage Bridge Club welcomes all to their party bridge group. We play the 1st and 3rd Friday nights at 7 Pm at the Community Center. The cost is $.50 a player, and we each bring snacks to share.
The Women’s Club is one if Lake Heritage’s larger organizations with approximately thirty-five members. The members meet once per month at the community center. The club’s vice-president invites speakers from outside the community to engage members on a wide range of topics. The club generally meets on Tuesdays and volunteers prepare light snacks.
Not confined to the boundaries of Lake Heritage, the Women’s Club explores eateries, dinner theaters, tea rooms, and other places of interest several times a year. All women who reside in Lake Heritage are cordially invited to join. The Women’s Club does have a philanthropic purpose and gives money to worthy causes such as the beautification of the Lake and scholarships to graduating high school seniors who live at the Lake.
The Fishing Club despite its name has very little to do with fishing. The club’s name harkens back to its roots, a few guys who got together for a few beers to swap tales about the one that got away and perhaps the one in the pan. Now the Fishing Club is Lake Heritage’s largest social organization. On every second Friday of the month about eighty lake residents meet in the community center for a pot luck dinner. There are as many women as men in the club. Each dinner has a theme and two or more couples who act as hosts. Beer, wine, soda and water are provided free of charge.
The club has a president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary who manage the club’s activities. The club does some fund raising and grants scholarships once per year. The club often responds to requests from organizations like the local fire department. Not forgetting the fish, the club pays for repopulating our lake with fingerlings which become tomorrow’s “one that got away”. The Fishing Club is an advocate for the lake’s continued good health.
The Fishing Club welcomes all LHPOA residents to join and is especially welcoming to newcomers.
We, the Happy Hookers, are formed of Lake Heritage residents who are primarily crocheters and knitters as well as a quilter or two. We meet at the Community Center every first and third Tuesday at 3:00 PM with sessions lasting 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Skills range from experienced to those who want to learn a new needlecraft. We welcome any who use yarn or thread as a way to relax and create.
Some sessions start with a short lesson to help the others learn from the more experienced needlecrafters about various stitches, techniques, yarns, patterns, hints about how to read patterns, etc. Then, we move on to visiting with each other and working on our various projects.
We are still a “young” group in that we only formed back in the Fall of 2013. We are always looking for new members. To paraphrase Descartes, “Nodo colligo feliciter, ergo sum. I hook happily, therefore I am. ”
Think water, not snow! The Ski Club takes advantage of a perfect environment to engage in a number of water based activities. They include water-skiing, barefoot skiing, slalom skiing, wake-boarding, wake surfing, wake skating & knee-boarding. The Ski Club provides extraordinary performances for our annual regatta. When not in the water, the Ski Club has a social component and sponsors the New Year’s Eve Party in the Community Center. Residents of Lake Heritage of all ages participate.
The Swim Club provides aquatics experience and benefits for all ages and abilities. Its focus is both instructional and performance. Like the Ski Club, the Swim Club takes advantage of the outstanding water facilities available to all residents of Lake Heritage.
See page 14 of the May 2015 Newsletter for the Swim Club Aquatic Activity which includes low impact dry land exercise training and individual swim instruction. Click here to Download the LHPOA Swim Lessons Registration Form.