It’s time for the Prairie Lee Lake Cleanup again.  With the help of the Parks and Rec, we are scheduled for Saturday, June 8th, 2013, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.   We will meet Saturday morning at the Prairie Lee boat launch area (off Scruggs Road).

Deffenbaugh Industries will be providing dumpsters for the cleanup and they will be located at the boat ramp area.

For those of you who would like to come, but are unable to help with the trash cleanup, we could use your help handing out food and beverages.

Three years ago during the lake cleanup we had 18 dump truck loads of logs and tree limbs removed from the lake.  To make this year’s lake cleanup successful, we again need help from the people that do have boats to bring them and use them to retrieve the logs and debris from areas that we cannot reach from shore.  For those that do not have boat access, there is plenty of work to be done on foot as well.

Parks and Rec will have a sign-up sheet for all volunteers so you can get community credit.  They will also have their pontoon boat with the crane and a bobcat to help with the heavy debris.

I have contacted the Tribune and the Journal and they will be advertising the Prairie Lee Lake cleanup in their newspapers.  Both papers will have photographers there to take pictures of this event.

Food and beverages will be provided to all volunteers in appreciation of their help and support.

This is a great way to have a few hours on the lake meeting other people interested in the lake making a big difference in how the lake looks and feels.   You can find out a lot of interesting history about the lake.  All are invited and encouraged to attend.



Woodland Shores Homeowners
Maintenance & Landscaping

Successful Day for Volunteers

The Landscape and Maintenance Committee would like to thank everyone who turned out of volunteers to help clean up the remaining dead trees and shrubs in the subdivision common areas. We had a very successful day. The trees cut down will be picked up over the next week by a outside vendor.
But we have more to do! Please help! Keep in mind our neighborhood dues are still only $58 per month. This covers trash, pool, mowing common grounds, insurance and many other expenses. We only can continue keeping dues cost down by having neighbors volunteering to keep Woodland Shores looking great.

Dock Clean Up – One Hour Project
Next Project: Dock Clean Sweep and Brush Removal
Date:  Wednesday May 15th
Time:  5:00pm – 7:00pm
Organizer: Gene Ray & Charlie Berry

Project Description:  Sweep dock, pick up trash, remove dead shrubs and weeds.  We are asking volunteers to bring: gloves, a brooms, a trash bag, perhaps a rake, and or saw. Rain out will be scheduled for May 22nd.

Woodland Shores – Request for Volunteers for Dead Tree and Scrub Cleanup

The Landscape and Maintenance Committee of the Woodland Shores Homeowners Association is looking for volunteers to help clean up the remaining dead trees and shrubs in the subdivision common areas. Help is needed along Blackwell Parkway, the dock area and internal islands. Bring your chain saw, tree pruning tools, a spade (no stump digging) and/or just your gloves to drag items to a pile for pickup. We will meet at the South entrance Saturday May 11 at 9:30 AM and should be done by noon.

See you there,
Nikki Ahern, Susan Kleiboeker, Cecily Pickering, Gene Ray, & Charlie Berry


Mailing Address

Woodland Shores Homeowners Association
2405 NE Lake Breeze Point
Lees Summit, Missouri 64086


March Madness Bracket Pick’em Tournament in Woodland Shores

Woodland Shores Welcoming & Communication Committee is sponsoring a friendly March Madness Bracket Pick’em Tournament. The resident winner will receive a years worth of respect & a $30 gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods.

Sign up using a free yahoo, facebook or gmail accounts then click the [Join This Group] button.  Good Luck!!

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