Uniquely Seven Lakes West…. Live like you are on vacation!
 
            The sparkling waters of the 800-acre spring-fed Lake Auman with its swimming, sailing, fishing, and recreational boating activities are available only to Members and their guests.
            In the Morganwood addition there are five-acre wooded lots where equestrians can enjoy their dream homes, surrounded by riding and nature trails. Non-equestrians may simply want the privacy and natural beauty this area has to offer.
            Enjoy the safety and security of living inside this 3000-acre gated community, while benefiting from the close proximity to one of the nation’s “100 Top Hospitals”, plus the charm of the nearby Pinehurst, Southern Pines, and Aberdeen villages.
            The West Side Park Campus features a beautiful, two-story Community Center with a library and a Great Room, which hosts numerous social functions and activities such as Yoga, Thai Chi, card clubs, cooking classes, and more. The Center is surrounded by outdoor amenities such as a swimming pool with summer water aerobics, a gazebo, playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, and a nature trail.
            The Beacon Ridge Country Club and Golf Course, designed by renowned architect Gene Hamm, is one of the prettiest golf courses in the Sandhills region of North Carolina, and is also located within the gates of Seven Lakes West.
 
 
To enjoy your own ‘Unique Virtual Visit’
 
 
 
 
Welcome to Seven Lakes West...
A 3000 Acre Gated Community!
 
GPS address to Guard House:
 
Community News
Next Board Meeting
Posted on May 19th, 2017
The next Board Meeting will be in the Community Center at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, May 23rd. We look forward to seeing you there! Meeting Agenda
 
We have several incidents recently of Garage/Yard/so called moving sales in the Community. Please review the following rule:
5.9 Garage sales and estate sales: Garage sales or tag sales are not allowed in Seven Lakes West. Estate sales or moving sales require prior written approval of the Board or Community Manager and may not take place over more than three (3) consecutive days in a one (1) year period. Guidelines for these types of sales are available at the SLWLA offices on the lower level of the Community Center.
Thank you for your cooperation. The Board of Directors
 
President's Corner
On April 20 of this year a Town Hall Meeting was held at the Community Center to discuss the formation of a Neighborhood Watch Program and to update concerned Members about improving the monitoring of Johnson Point, the entrance gates, pool and mail house areas. This event was conducted in response to a large number of concerned Members who were rightfully concerned about recent auto break-ins and thefts, as well as the issues experienced last summer at Johnson Point. Two deputies from the Moore County Sheriff’s Department attended and spoke at the meeting as well.
However, the Safety Town Hall was almost a “No Show.” It’s impossible to start and maintain a Community Watch Program without community involvement. Community Watch (not patrolling) Programs have proven very effective all over the country. Local law enforcement is a big fan of communities who are involved in such programs.
The theme we’ve adopted for our Community Watch is, “See something, say something.” Our sheriff promotes this vigorously. Do not be afraid to call 911. As the deputies who spoke at our Town Hall Meeting emphasized, “It’s our job to protect. If you see something out of line, call 911 and we’ll check it out. That’s our job!”
As members of the SLW community, our first responsibility should be to make our own personal property as safe from crime as possible. The second should be to be aware of our immediate neighbors and their property, and the third to take responsibility and protection of all community properties, roads and amenities. Checking in with neighbors and reporting any suspicious activity anywhere within our gates should become a way to strengthen our protection.
 
You can read more about the new SLW Community Watch Program. For more information about how to become involved, contact Jeanette Mendence
 
Jack Lattin, Board President
 
Photo of the Week
Photo of the Week
 
Coots enjoying a Sunset over Lake Auman
  
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Photo by Jack Lattin
We are in need of some SLW photos.
Please submit them to:
 
 
Upcoming Events
SUMMER EVENTS SCHEDULE
Friday, June 2nd to Friday, September 1st
View Summer Event Schedule >>> View Here
 
THE MCKENZIE BROTHERS CONCERT
Friday, June 2nd
McKenzie Brothers Concert >>> View Flyer 
 
LEARN TO SAIL PROGRAM
Monday, June 12th to Friday, June 16th, 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
The Seven Lakes Sailing Club will conduct its annual Learn-to-Sail Program on Lake Auman. See flyer for additional information.
 
RABIES CLINIC & ADOPTION EVENT
Saturday, June 24th, 10am-2pm at Seven Lakes Fire Department
Please View Flyer Below
 

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Notes From the Office
Transferring bar codes from one vehicle to another is not allowed. Please see rules and regulations concerning this. If you need another bar code, please come to the office and we will assist you in adding a new bar code to your vehicle.
 
Community Management Information:
- Office Phone: (910) 673-5314 
- Office Hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, and Th 9-5; Fri 9-4; Closed: Sat/ Sun
 
Contact the Gate House
For the GPS address to give to visitors, use: 110 Lakeway Drive, West End, NC 27376
 
To contact the gate house to log in your visitors via email (preferred), use: sevenlakeswest@ussecurityassociates.com. You may also log in your visitors by phoning the gate at 910-673-3120.
Announcements
Sailing School 2017
By Paul Kirst on May 15, 2017
The Seven Lakes News ran a very good article announcing the upcoming annual learn to sail school (June 12-16) in their last issue.
Unfortunately, it gave the wrong contact information to sign up or seek further information. Anyone interested should email Paul Kirst at boathouse@nc.rr.com
 

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