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 What’s Happening…   TUESDAY   SEPTEMBER 1 LAKE ARROWHEAD COUNTRY CLUB CHARITY GUEST DAY    909 337-2441 THURSDAY   SEPTEMBER 3 LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING  6pm - FIRE STATION 91 FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 4 LAKE ARROWHEAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNUAL COUNTRY FAIR SALE 9:00 AM  FRIDAY & SATURDAY  909 336-1502 WEDNESDAY   SEPTEMBER 9 RIM OF THE WORLD HOME HEALTH OPEN HOUSE - 5:30 PM   909-337-7770 SATURDAY  SEPTEMBER 12 MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY BBQ @ MASONIC LONGE   HIGHWAY 189 TWIN PEAKS MONDAY  SEPTEMBER 14   RIM OF THE WORLD BLUE STAR MOMS MEETING AT ARTURO’S IN BLUE JAY 6:00 PM FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 18 CHAMBER VIP GALA HOME TOUR  6-9pm 909 337-3715 SATURDAY  SEPTEMBER 19 41ST ANNUAL CHAMBER HOME TOUR  9 AM - 4 PM. INCLUDES WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION 12 - 5pm @ BURNT MILL BEACH CLUB     909 336-1547 SUNDAY   SEPTEMBER 20 ARROWHEAD ARTS ASSOCIATION FALL MUSIC FESTIVAL @ OUR LADY OF THE LAKE CATHOLIC CHURCH @ 3pm.   909-337-0284 FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 25 MOUNTAIN ARTS NETWORK - MOUNTAIN ARTISTS RECEPTION 5 - 6:30 PM 909-744-8450 SATURDAY   SEPTEMBER 26 THIRD ANNUAL MOUNTAIN ARTISTS STUDIO TOUR 11 AM- 3 PM.  FOR TICKETS: www.mountainartsnetwork.org TUESDAY   SEPTEMBER 29 LAKE ARROWHEAD ROTORY CLUB MEETING  12:15 - 1 PM WOODY’S BOATHOUSE LAKE ARROWHEAD DAILY…  THE ARROWHEAD QUEEN LAKE TOURS 909 336.6992 FOR INFO  MACKENZIE WATER SKI SCHOOL 909 337.3814     BLUE JAY CINEMA - 909 337.8404  RIM OF THE WORLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM  OPEN WEEKENDS 909 336.6666  
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MacKay Park Gets Tree Planting Donation On Saturday, August 29th, MacKay Park received a huge donation of 70 trees from the Arrowhead Lake Association Demonstation Garden located at Tavern Bay Beach Club.  Jack Cooperman, ALA GM Jim Grant along with many other volunteers including our own Supervisor Janice Rutherford and her two kids Ethan and Noah help in the process of planting all of these young trees. The trees will be irrigated with non-potable water throughout their first two to three years during the summer months, and then they will stand on their own from that point forward.  The addition of these trees will provide needed shade in the warm months, a barrier to the wind in the cold months, and a pleasing view year round to the visitors of the park.  MacKay Park was opened in July of 2013 in honor of Audrey MacKay and her grandson Jeremiah, who died tragically in the line of duty as a detective with the Sheriff’s Department. Arrowhead Lake Association:  2015 Election Uncontested!  Two incumbent ALA Directors, Samantha Allen-Newman and Steven Hollstein were the only candidates to file nomination papers for the 2015 election of the Board of directors.  As a result of the uncontested elections in the South and East Districts, no ALA election will be held. Allen-Newman and Hollstein will be seated for their new 3 year terms at the October 24, 2015 ALA Board Meeting.   It appears that either the membership is happy with the direction of the current Board or there were no members interested in running. This could signal member support of the Association and its governing body.  New Legislation Would Permit the Shoot-down of Drones Over Wildfires “Drone operators are risking lives when they fly over an emergency situation,” says Assemblyman Mike Gatto, D- Glendale. Senate Bill 168, introduced by Gatto and Sen. Ted Gaines, R-El Dorado, would grant “immunity to any emergency responder who damages an unmanned aircraft in the course of firefighting, air ambulance, or search-and-rescue operations.”  A Fire Inspector who wished to remain anonymous stated “his agency’s aircraft cannot operate safely if a drone is in the same airspace.”  Gatto and Gaines have authored companion legislation: SB 167, which would increase fines and introduce the possibility of jail time for drone use that interferes with firefighting efforts. Gatto stated, “Our emergency response personnel shouldn’t be at risk when coming to the aid of our communities.”     SkyPark at Santa’s Village Under Construction After a lot of planning SkyPark at Santa’s Village is a work in progress. According to Bill Johnson, project manager, SkyPark at Santa’s Village, will reopen as soon as all the County permits have been obtained.  SkyPark will be a year- round vacation destination  for the San Bernardino Mountains.  Johnson wants the park to encourage kids to get out into the fresh open air. The plans include treehouses, swings and teeter totters as well as climbing walls. SkyPark will offer a 200-seat restaurant, an ice cream and candy shop, a coffee and tea house, a Christmas shop, a bakery, a wedding chapel and an activity center that would rent equipment such as bikes, fishing and climbing equipment. North Bay Road Repaving Under Way With the warmer weather upon us, San Bernardino County  has begun the resurfacing of North Bay Road.  The first step in the process is to allow all utility companies to do any needed projects involving North Bay Road prior to the beginning of the repaving project.  The final layers of asphalt is not being applied. The project is expected to be completed by October of 2015.   Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council Meeting The nexst meeting of the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council,  (MAC) will take place on Thursday September 3, 2015 at 6 pm.  It will take place at Fire Station 91 in Lake Arrowhead in the station conference room.  Everyone in the community is invited and encourage to get involved.     
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 What’s Happening…   TUESDAY   SEPTEMBER 1 LAKE ARROWHEAD COUNTRY CLUB CHARITY GUEST DAY    909 337-2441 THURSDAY   SEPTEMBER 3 LAKE ARROWHEAD MUNICIPAL ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETING  6pm - FIRE STATION 91 FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 4 LAKE ARROWHEAD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNUAL COUNTRY FAIR SALE 9:00 AM  FRIDAY & SATURDAY  909 336-1502 WEDNESDAY   SEPTEMBER 9 RIM OF THE WORLD HOME HEALTH OPEN HOUSE - 5:30 PM   909-337-7770 SATURDAY  SEPTEMBER 12 MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY BBQ @ MASONIC LONGE   HIGHWAY 189 TWIN PEAKS MONDAY  SEPTEMBER 14   RIM OF THE WORLD BLUE STAR MOMS MEETING AT ARTURO’S IN BLUE JAY 6:00 PM FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 18 CHAMBER VIP GALA HOME TOUR  6-9pm 909 337-3715 SATURDAY  SEPTEMBER 19 41ST ANNUAL CHAMBER HOME TOUR  9 AM - 4 PM. INCLUDES WINE AND CHEESE RECEPTION 12 - 5pm @ BURNT MILL BEACH CLUB     909 336-1547 SUNDAY   SEPTEMBER 20 ARROWHEAD ARTS ASSOCIATION FALL MUSIC FESTIVAL @ OUR LADY OF THE LAKE CATHOLIC CHURCH @ 3pm.   909-337-0284 FRIDAY   SEPTEMBER 25 MOUNTAIN ARTS NETWORK - MOUNTAIN ARTISTS RECEPTION 5 - 6:30 PM 909-744-8450 SATURDAY   SEPTEMBER 26 THIRD ANNUAL MOUNTAIN ARTISTS STUDIO TOUR 11 AM- 3 PM.  FOR TICKETS: www.mountainartsnetwork.org TUESDAY   SEPTEMBER 29 LAKE ARROWHEAD ROTORY CLUB MEETING  12:15 - 1 PM WOODY’S BOATHOUSE LAKE ARROWHEAD DAILY…  THE ARROWHEAD QUEEN LAKE TOURS 909 336.6992 FOR INFO  MACKENZIE WATER SKI SCHOOL 909 337.3814     BLUE JAY CINEMA - 909 337.8404  RIM OF THE WORLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM  OPEN WEEKENDS 909 336.6666  
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MacKay Park Gets Tree Planting Donation On Saturday, August 29th, MacKay Park received a huge donation of 70 trees from the Arrowhead Lake Association Demonstation Garden located at Tavern Bay Beach Club.  Jack Cooperman, ALA GM Jim Grant along with many other volunteers including our own Supervisor Janice Rutherford and her two kids Ethan and Noah help in the process of planting all of these young trees. The trees will be irrigated with non-potable water throughout their first two to three years during the summer months, and then they will stand on their own from that point forward.  The addition of these trees will provide needed shade in the warm months, a barrier to the wind in the cold months, and a pleasing view year round to the visitors of the park.  MacKay Park was opened in July of 2013 in honor of Audrey MacKay and her grandson Jeremiah, who died tragically in the line of duty as a detective with the Sheriff’s Department. Arrowhead Lake Association:  2015 Election Uncontested!  Two incumbent ALA Directors, Samantha Allen-Newman and Steven Hollstein were the only candidates to file nomination papers for the 2015 election of the Board of directors.  As a result of the uncontested elections in the South and East Districts, no ALA election will be held. Allen- Newman and Hollstein will be seated for their new 3 year terms at the October 24, 2015 ALA Board Meeting.   It appears that either the membership is happy with the direction of the current Board or there were no members interested in running. This could signal member support of the Association and its governing body.  New Legislation Would Permit the Shoot-down of Drones Over Wildfires “Drone operators are risking lives when they fly over an emergency situation,” says Assemblyman Mike Gatto, D- Glendale. Senate Bill 168, introduced by Gatto and Sen. Ted Gaines, R-El Dorado, would grant “immunity to any emergency responder who damages an unmanned aircraft in the course of firefighting, air ambulance, or search-and- rescue operations.”  A Fire Inspector who wished to remain anonymous stated “his agency’s aircraft cannot operate safely if a drone is in the same airspace.”  Gatto and Gaines have authored companion legislation: SB 167, which would increase fines and introduce the possibility of jail time for drone use that interferes with firefighting efforts. Gatto stated, “Our emergency response personnel shouldn’t be at risk when coming to the aid of our communities.”     SkyPark at Santa’s Village Under Construction After a lot of planning SkyPark at Santa’s Village is a work in progress. According to Bill Johnson, project manager, SkyPark at Santa’s Village, will reopen as soon as all the County permits have been obtained.  SkyPark will be a year-round vacation destination  for the San Bernardino Mountains.  Johnson wants the park to encourage kids to get out into the fresh open air. The plans include treehouses, swings and teeter totters as well as climbing walls. SkyPark will offer a 200-seat restaurant, an ice cream and candy shop, a coffee and tea house, a Christmas shop, a bakery, a wedding chapel and an activity center that would rent equipment such as bikes, fishing and climbing equipment. North Bay Road Repaving Under Way With the warmer weather upon us, San Bernardino County  has begun the resurfacing of North Bay Road.  The first step in the process is to allow all utility companies to do any needed projects involving North Bay Road prior to the beginning of the repaving project.  The final layers of asphalt is not being applied. The project is expected to be completed by October of 2015.   Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council Meeting The nexst meeting of the Lake Arrowhead Municipal Advisory Council,  (MAC) will take place on Thursday September 3, 2015 at 6 pm.  It will take place at Fire Station 91 in Lake Arrowhead in the station conference room.  Everyone in the community is invited and encourage to get involved.     

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