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One of the items that is most important is to find a new treasurer. Gayle Austin is retiring after 41/2 years of faithfully keeping track of our finances. If you would like to volunteer for this position please let us know. If you would like to chat about the duties and responsibilities give myself (678-557-9855) or Tom Ramsey (678-850-5462) a buzz. We need your help! Thanks.Link to tonights agenda:
PLAIN MEETING AGENDA FOR July 16, 2020
Approval of June 2020 Minutes
Treasurer report: Gayle’s last report! we need a new Treasurer!
Caring & Sharing/Food Pantry update
Eran’s ideas: swimming lessons for rockbridge elementary, Phone booth libraries, community app (what would pine lake like to see in an app?)
online store at square up to sell plain stuff (?) to make money
The summer 2020 PLAINTALK is here! Click here for all the exciting news in and around Pine Lake. News includes: Food Pantry update, Rockbridge report, Message from the Mayor, the Census, the Lounge update, the new cafe (The 5 Bistro), recipe, Toe Jam Contest, a Pine Lake community app, and more! Thanks to Jennifer Bridges for putting it all together. If you have a story you want to see in the PLAINTALK, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to join or renew your membership to PLAIN click on the join or renew links at the top of the page. If you would like to donate to PLAIN click the Donate link at the top. All donations to PLAIN are going to the Food Pantry. Thanks to everyone for their generous support. And a special shout out to Deborah Tawil who collected donations for the Pantry on Facebook for her birthday. We received $1100 from her (and y’all)! Grazi! You can also support PLAIN by using https://smile.amazon.com and selecting PLAIN as your charity. Thank you.
Break out your costumes, boas, masks, second line umbrellas and kazoos! P.L.A.I.N. will be hosting a potluck Mardi Gras Brunch on Saturday March 7th at the Beach House from 10 am til noon and a post-brunch parade, leaving from the beach house at noon sharp! No vehicles allowed, but you can decorate wagons, bikes, or strollers or just yourself. Brunch will be a potluck – with beverages provided by P.L.A.I.N. Menu will feature beignets, king cake, cafe au lait and more. Please RSVP for the brunch by March 1st to Lynn Callery at email@example.com or (404)539-7219 regarding what dish and how many people you are bringing. Advance responses are not required, but are very important so that we can make sure we have adequate food and beverages for the crowd. Folks can participate in the parade without attending the brunch or attend the brunch without parade participation. Please also contact me if you are interested in helping with the event.
Please help PLAIN help Pine Lake by donating and/or joining. See links above. Also select PLAIN (Pine Lake Association of Involved Neighbors) as your charity of choice at https://smile.amazon.com
You can also help us at Kroger! Here is the deal:
To Use the Kroger Community Rewards Program: Visit http://www.kroger.com. Once logged into your Kroger account search for PLAIN – Pine Lake Assoc of Involved Neighbors either by name or ID456 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.
You are cordially invited to the monthly PLAIN breakfast this Saturday, February 1, 9:30am to 11:30am at the Beach House. The breakfast special this month? Free if you are a new resident! Everyone else is $3.00, $1.00 for kids. How do we do it? Volume!! We really do hope you can make it and join us in a wonderful community event.
And if that weren’t enough we are pleased to have retired attorney Katrina Shoemaker (mother of former Pine Laker Kate Reese) meet with us at the Beach House at 10:30 to talk and take questions about wills. Katrina Shoemaker was a Family attorney who has been licensed for 26 years. A surprising 55% of Americans don’t have a will, but they are critical documents because they allow you to establish how your assets are handled after you die. If you don’t have one, state laws will determine who gets your assets and your heirs may face delays and expenses in trying to get their inheritance. So come and meet Katrina find out key facts that you need to know. The session is free of charge and thanks Ellen Mintzmeyer for making this happen!