The recent rains have helped bring Lake Martin to full pool and StillWaters property owners are enjoying the many water activities on Lake Martin. Flowers are blooming, the trees have their leaves back, the grass is green and the weather is just perfect for a round of golf. StillWaters has something for everyone; why would you want to live anyplace else?
Harbor Pointe Marina and Harbor Pointe Utilities have a new manager, Lee Lewis. Lee is not really new, he has been part of Harbor Pointe since it first opened. Lee is committed to excellent service for all his customers. Take time to visit Harbor Pointe Marina and congratulate Lee on his new position. While you are at the Marina, take a look at the large selection of new boats they have in stock or shop for all your boating gear in the ships store. Harbor Pointe Marina has an excellent service department that can keep your boat running smooth for a worry free time on the lake. Harbor Pointe Marina also offers pontoon boat rentals for anyone who just wants to get out on the lake for a fun filled day.
Sunday, May 12th is Mother’s Day. Just outside the StillWaters gates are unique gift shops, restaurants, and night clubs to you celebrate Mother’s Day. Shop one of these local establishments for the perfect Mother’s Day gift or gift certificate. Your mother will be very happy and you will help support the local economy.
The StillWaters Residential Association Pool is open and the water is heated to a minimum of 72 degrees. The SWRA pool is open to all property owners who have paid the fee to use the pool. You must have an electronic pool gate key to enter the pool area. Contact the SWRA office if you are not sure about using the pool. The pools located at the condominiums are only for the owners of units at the condominiums.
The Alabama State Marine Police has started a program called Watch Your Wake Share The Lake. StillWaters is participating in this program by helping inform property owners and guests to slow down when approaching or leaving a dock, boat ramp, marina or congested area. Wake from boats can damage docks, boats tied to a dock, cause erosion of the shore line and is dangerous to people enjoying the water. Boating is supposed to be an easy way to relax, so slow down, enjoy Lake Martin and watch your wake.
Please fill free to contact the SWRA staff anytime you have a question or just need information about StillWaters. We enjoy sharing our love for the StillWaters community. Have a safe Memorial Day and enjoy StillWaters with your family and friends.
Kevin Eason, General Manager