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WELCOME 
To access all of the navigation links to the left you must be a resident or unit owner and register. Please give us a maximum of 24 hours to release your approval. Please consider helping a neighbor to get connected.
 
NEW COLLECTION POLICY
The new Collection Policy is in place and available to read here on the website at the link in the above box titled "FYI".  Basically saying that fees are to be postmarked by the 10th,  not received by KareCondo by the 10th of each month.  Gives a little more wiggle room for holidays and weekends that fall on the 10th of any given month. A copy of this policy will be mailed with your April maintenance fee at the end of March. For further reference, insert it in the back of your Rules and Regulations handbook.
 
FEBRUARY NEWSLETTER
The February newsletter is now available on the website. Log in and go to Members section. Email newsletters will be delivered on Sunday and paper version will be delivered on Monday.  Paper newsletters are also available in the lobby of the clubhouse.
 
JANUARY BOARD MEETING MINUTES AND FINANCIALS
Are now posted to the website. You must be registered and logged in to access this member only section.
 
THE INFAMOUS CLUBHOUSE DOORS
The proposal from ProDoor to replace the doors have been approved and will be ratified at next Board meeting. It will still take 7-8 weeks for installation but we are happy to have this behind us, finally. Doors will be custom commercial grade with both doors functioning. Frame work and trim is being replaced because of rotting and sagging and will be a composite for lower to no maintenance. The doors there now are "off the rack" Lowe's and are already starting to warp. The Lowe's doors did not cost the Association anything but time and a lot of frustration.
 
ARTISAN SHOWCASE

Only 2 tables left for the Eagles' Chase Gallery of Makers: May 4th, 1:00 - 4:00pm. Contact Karin Bussman: kbussman@neo.rr.com or 330-836-1891 and join residents displaying their talents. Will be a fun, inspiring and a creative time for all!

 

RESIDENT DIRECTORY

Updated resident directory is now on the website. Paper copies are available in the clubhouse lobby.
 
ICE BREAKER
Most likely (since you live in Ohio) you will discover ice dams growing over your gutters. The best course of action is to do nothing as most short term solutions can cause damage to the roof, gutters, and/or injure the person trying to remove them. If a hazardous condition has formed over an entrance, notify KareCondo.
 
AND THEN THERE WAS SALT...
Salt does not instantly melt ice and its effectiveness is very limited as temperatures drop below 20 degrees. Be mindful that slippery ice and snow may exist anytime the temperature drops below 40 degrees. Yes, other chemicals can be combined with sodium chloride and work faster, at colder temperatures and not kill all things green but they come at a price and it is a very steep price of more that 3x the amount paid for salt.
 
TRASH CANS
Trash cans that are damaged, lids that are lost or any other misfortunes that happen are not covered by the Association, KareCondo or Kimble. This is the same whether you live here at Eagles' Chase, Bath Farms or Highland Square. It has always been this way, anywhere and everywhere.
 
 

 
~    Upcoming Events    ~
TGIF
Friday, February 22nd, 6:00pm at Clubhouse - Bring hors d'oeuvre to share and beverage of your choice
Game Day
Wednesday, March 13th, 1:00pm - 4:00pm at Clubhouse
St. Patrick's Day Party/Bingo Night
Friday, March 15th, 6:00pm at Clubhouse - $3 per person
Monthly Board Meeting
Wednesday, March 20th, 1:00pm at Clubhouse
TGIF
Friday, March 22nd, 6:00pm at Clubhouse - Bring hors d'oeuvre to share and beverage of your choice

~ GARDENING IN MARCH ~
According to Dayton Nursery there is plenty to start doing in the garden, even in March:
 
March 1 - Start peppers from seed
March 2 - Spread manure and/or compost on garden
                when ground is frozen
March 3 - Watch for Eastern bluebird return
March 5 - Take a soil test in your lawn and/or garden 

~ SEE AKRON! ~
CLICK ON BLUE HEADING FOR MORE INFORMATION
 
Visit the Summit Artspace Gallery for free. This ever-changing gallery showcases work from greater Summit County artists. Free workshops are offered on Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. on various art genres. They also provide affordable studio, workshop, and classroom space for local artists.
Learn about the history of the Akron Police Department as you take a free tour of the Akron Police Museum. There are many objects on display, including confiscated weapons, police equipment, uniforms, news clippings, photos, a 1965 Harley-Davidson police motorcycle, and more. 
A walk through the Glendale Cemetery is a walk through the past of Akron. You will see the statues and headstones of prominent residents, including F.A. Seiberling and four former Congressmen. The cemetery is also home to the Victorian Civil War Memorial Chapel, built in 1876, which honors the area soldiers who died in that war and is on the National Historic Register. 
Lock 3 Park hosts free events year-round. Enjoy a full schedule of free concerts of every genre, family and children events, auto showcases, and more. Check out Homegrown Saturday Mornings from July through September; this event includes locally grown produce for purchase along with a host of free activities including an educational program for children, tours of downtown historic sites, trolley rides, and family activities and games.
The Akron Art Museum is free for all visitors on Thursday nights. The museum, which first opened in 1922, has a collection of more than 5,000 objects, with many world-renowned contemporary works.