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Heading Into Most Dangerous Part of Fire Season

September 16, 2019

Now coming up on the fall season, we are headed into the most dangerous part of the fire season – now until the rain comes. All summer long many community members have been actively attending...


Glendinning Wins Sewing Club Quilt

September 16, 2019

We are happy to announce Dana Glendinning as the winner of the Lake Wildwood Sewing Club raffle quilt. Dana has lived in Lake Wildwood for 4 years and came from Santa Cruz. She is not...


Clubhouse Success Continues to Grow

September 16, 2019

August closes the first quarter, and the numbers are looking very promising. Yet again we beat our budgeted numbers significantly for this month, closing out the quarter strong. We beat our total sales projection by...


Duty, Honor, Country: Part Two

September 13, 2019

In my last column, I described how the West Point motto, “Duty, Honor, Country” touched me deeply and became an important part of my personal value system. In this column, I will go on to...


Dancing the Night Away

September 13, 2019

On Monday night, Sept. 9, the Oaks Clubhouse Open Mike broke out into dance! In the midst of the engaging and supportive crowd, a number of folks at the night’s venue couldn’t stay in their...


Loucks Tapped to Fill Vacancy on PVSD Board

September 13, 2019

In August, the Penn Valley Union Elementary School District selected a board member to fill a vacant spot. And then, it chose one more. The board voted unanimously for Sharon Loucks to become the fifth...


Update: Bumgarner andMaynard vs. Lake Wildwood

September 13, 2019

You may recall that Bob Bumgarner and Byron Maynard (I will call them Petitioners) sued Lake Wildwood seeking to overturn the Board’s June 2018 decision to remove Lucinda Price from the Board for four violations...


Rental Property Owner’s Rules

September 13, 2019

Important Information For Lake Wildwood Owners Who Rent Out Their Home. Please be advised of the following: It is the Rental Owner’s responsibility to adhere to all LWA rules regarding rentals. The Rental Owner is...


A Plan Could Save Your Life

September 13, 2019

Emergency Evacuation Plan Talks: Thursday, Sept 26 3-5 p.m.: Evacuation Route Poker Run Collect your Playing Cards and learn about each of LWW’s evacuation routes and nuances of the gate exits. Begin at any gate...


Greetings Neighbors

September 13, 2019

Let me start by acknowledging how proud I am to represent such a wonderful community and lead the tremendous team of professionals of Lake Wildwood Association. From the hard-working staff keeping your roads and community...


Chat with Chief Don Wagner

September 13, 2019

When it comes to wildfire, what does the fire department need from private citizens? “Mark your addresses with 4-inch reflective numbers so that we can find you in darkness,” advises Penn Valley Fire Chief Don...


Go Bags for You and Your Family

September 13, 2019

­— Three-day supply of non-perishable food ­— Three gallons of water per person ­— Map marked with evacuation routes ­— List of important numbers in case your cell phone is lost ­— Prescriptions, special medications...


Natural Beauty and The Beast

September 13, 2019

We were in search of a place to retire. Driving through the states of Washington and Oregon did not produce anything that was appealing to us. It was suggested we drive up to Grass Valley,...


Little Theatre ClubPicnic Set for Sept. 29

September 12, 2019

Members old and new invited. Reviving one of its traditions as a social organization, the Lake Wildwood Little Theatre will hold its annual picnic on Sunday, Sept. 29, from 4:00–7:00 p.m., at Hideaway Park. Members old and new...


Fairbanks Scholarship Recipient Named

September 12, 2019

Lake Wildwood’s Little Theatre has awarded its annual college scholarship to Temma Farrell, Nevada Union High School Class of 2019 valedictorian. Born and raised in Nevada County, Ms. Farrell, 17, starts her freshman year at...


‘The Mystery of Giles Nerfff’ Returns

September 12, 2019

Button, the court clerk (Cathy Jones), lays claim to another scalp for the judge’s collection of “flimsy arguments and ugly ties” from a chagrined district attorney Archer Trueshaft (Paul Hauck) in “The Mystery of Giles...


New Bocce Club Tourney Chair Appointed

September 12, 2019

Bocce Club president, Michelle Moore, has appointed Tony Holland as the club’s new Tournament Chair as it winds down its 2019 season and heads into next year. He replaces Larry Flint, who has served successfully...


Social Car Show Marks 5th

September 11, 2019

The Lake Wildwood Social Committee is proud to present the Fifth Annual Car Show on Oct. 5. All Lake Wildwood residents and their guests are invited to show their cars and trucks. You and your...


Lake Wildwood to Support SNMH Cancer Care Programs

September 11, 2019

“Swing for the Cure” Golf Tournament, on Thursday, Oct. 3, 9 a.m. shotgun, is sponsored by Lake Wildwood 18-Hole Ladies Golf Club The Community is Invited! Non-golfers: — Your donation will benefit SNMH cancer programs,...