BOD Message

Message From the Board President For May 2019
Welcome summer!!  It sure feels like we skipped spring this year.  I am sure that most are ready for shorts, flip flops and summer activities. We hope everyone takes the time to enjoy the activities the Association sponsors this summer, especially our annual firework show on June 29.
This year, our staff has really upped their game for kids. Make sure to visit our website, social media and check for email notifications. In addition, we are having discussions on bringing back the Youth Committee to work with staff to add even more events for our youth.
This month, our Task Force will begin its work investigating opportunities for Spring Valley Lake Country Club and the Association. A team of 15 association members will have their first meeting on June 12. They will be meeting twice per month.  If you have any questions, comments or input, please email to We will be providing monthly updates, but always welcome your input or questions.
Never been to one of our exciting Board meetings??  If not, you are missing out on some fun stuff. Ever wonder what was discussed at a board meeting you were unable to attend?  Each meeting minutes are posted online for your review at:, click on I Want To tab, click on View BOD Agendas and Minutes.
Lastly your Board has been busy getting started on plans for the coming year.  We have identified key issues that we want to work on and are busy finalizing the list. We plan to have a very productive year and will have the list out soon.
Lastly… I am quickly getting to know our staff at the Association office.  Everyone has been very welcoming to me. They have been very patient and helpful as I get acquainted with the role of Board President. We have a great team there that is always willing to help.
Rory Shannon,
SVLA BOD President

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