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Seven Lakes West Is Special
    For many years, Seven Lakes West residents and their guests have enjoyed our private community. They have consistently declared that SLW is Special because of the enhanced quality of life and traditional southern living.
    To some, Special is the clear water of the 800 acre spring-fed Lake Auman with its marina, swimming, sailing, fishing, and recreational boating and skiing activities available only to residents and their guests. To others, Special is being located in the heart of the Sandhills with all its charm, natural beauty of long leaf pines, and abundant wildlife. Equestrian enthusiasts will  Especially appreciate SLW’s horse farm acreage with riding and nature trails.
    There is something Special for everyone within the West Side Park Campus: our beautiful two-story Community Center with its numerous social functions, meeting and activity rooms, and lending library; and outdoors, the Center is surrounded by a swimming pool, gazebo, playground, tennis and basketball courts, and a nature trail.
    Residents also find serenity in the safety and security of living inside the 3000-acre gated community, while enjoying the proximity and uniqueness of the Pinehurst/Southern Pines/Aberdeen villages and home to one of the nation’s “100 Top Hospitals.”  Then, of course, there are the recreational challenges of Moore County’s numerous world famous golf courses, including the four-star rated Beacon Ridge Country Club, which is located within the gates of Seven Lakes West. 
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~ Community News ~
How Big Was It???
Posted on Sep 21st, 2016
A SLW Fishing Story… as told by an 11-year-old Boy
     “I was down on my grandparents’ dock. It was still daylight, but getting near my time to quit. My grandpa was at a meeting, so it was just me on the dock and Grandma reading on the porch. Grandpa left me his big tackle box full of plugs and spinners.
     I had been catching some bluegills with worms, but they just disappeared, so I started casting with lures. I decided three or four casts for each was what I would do. I had changed from surface to shallow to deep (which got caught in the grass). I decided to try a little spinner that had a sticky, white plastic worm attached. Read more to learn the rest of the story>
 
SLW Library Facts
Posted on Sep 21st, 2016
SLW Library: A very popular amenity
    Did you know that our Judy Pendleton Memorial Library processed 5,385 books last year!  As one of the most-used rooms in our Community Center, the Library is managed entirely by volunteers – a dedicated group of eight residents.  Their services enable all of us to enjoy the pleasurable – and free! - activity of reading and the convenience that is an integral part of our SLW lifestyle.     
    Not only do we have hardcover and paperback books of numerous genres, but we also have jigsaw puzzles, DVDs, a growing number of audio books, and even books for young children.  Duplicate copies of many popular titles may be found on the lowest shelf of most racks.  Our Library operates on the ‘Honor System’ – no membership card or check-out receipt needed!     
    Thank you to the many enthusiastic readers in our community who have donated their gently used books to share with others. We are currently accepting books with a publication date of 2006 or later.  
Parameters for the types of books we can accept are listed on the cart outside the Library.     
    The Library is open during the Community Center’s regular business hours (Mon, Wed, Thur from 9-5; Fri from 9-4; and Tue from 9-7.  Please stop by!
 

~ Board News ~
Looking for Candidates for the 2017 Board of Directors Election.
    Now that school is back in session the Nomination Committee is recruiting members for the upcoming Board of Directors election. If you are interested contact the Nominating Committee and fill out the Candidate Profile sheet.     Please contact the following if you have questions: 
Jessica Wimberly, jessica@thewimberlygroup.com
Mike Swenson,  mbradleyswensen@gmail.com
Shannon Stites,  shannonstites@gmail.com
Diane Silberhorn, dianehsilberhorn@aol.com
Tom Rudzeinsky,  Tom@symphonysales.net
Brian Benjamin,  bsbenjamin@embargmail.com

~ Notes From the Office ~
Boat Winterization Schedule
For the 2016 boat winterization schedule for Chatlee Boat & Marine and Seven Lakes Marine see the attached document>.
 
Community Management Information:
- Office Phone: (910) 673-5314 
- Office Hours: Mon, Wed, and Th 9-5; Tue 9-7*; Fri 9-4; Closed: Sat/ Sun
* New extended hours
Contact The Gate House 
To contact the gate to announce visitors by email, select Contact Us under the Welcome tab on this Home Page. 
 You may also call the gate at 910-673-3120
 

 
~ Photo of the Week ~
Photo of the Week by
Ed Silberhorn
 
 
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~ Upcoming Events ~
Commodore Cup Series Race
Saturday, October 1st
 On October 1, at 1 PM, the first Commodore Cup Series Race will take place. This race will start from Johnson Point and can be perfectly watched from there. Come out to see this very special event that is unique to Seven Lakes West.
 

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~ Announcements ~
GARDEN CLUB FIELD TRIP
By Lisa M Sheridan on September 22, 2016
Members of the Seven Lakes Garden Club will be car-pooling to the ‘Chatham Mills Pollinator Garden’ in Pittsboro on Oct 13th.
There is no charge for admission to the Garden, but a $5 donation to your car-pool driver is requested. Reservations must be made by Oct 6th – see flyer in the mail house for details and contact info.

 
Photos Needed
By Dan Lambert on September 21, 2016
We are once again looking for more of your great SLW photos to feature in our photo of the week column. We would also ask that you title the photo (or we will)! Submit the photos to webmaster@sevenlakeswest.org

 
Women of Seven Lakes
By Donna Christianson on September 16, 2016
WOMEN OF SEVEN LAKES
Meeting: October 6, 2016, 2 pm
Location: Chapel in the Pines Fellowship Hall

R. RIVETER co-Founder Cameron Cruse and
Abi Ray, Marketing and Creative Director will discuss the start-up of R. Riveter and their experience on Shark Tank.

The public is invited to attend. Refreshments will be served after the program.
 

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