2014 holiday greetings

December is always a time of shorter days and of an ever shortening time to get ready for the year’s biggest holidays. But take a minute now and then to stop and look. Carolina is a beautiful place. Lochmere is a beautiful place. Lakes, ponds, trails, play grounds, swimming pools, tennis courts and wonderfully landscaped homes in wooded settings. So do stop and look, and give thanks that you live in the midst of this beauty.

Say a little prayer of thanks for all who serve as volunteers in Lochmere’s many groups and committees. With just under two thousand households, Lochmere is the size of a not so small town. And these folks are the fabric of our small town. Throughout the year, our volunteer committees work with marvelous effect to insure for all of us the enjoyment of swimming, tennis, lakes and trails.

The Lochmere Board of Directors wishes to thank you all, all of Lochmere, for your support of our especially wonderful community throughout this past year. And the Board wishes to especially thank our Volunteers and Committee members for this year of effort and achievements. We wish you all, your families, and your loved ones, a Blessed Holiday Season and a New Year filled with success and happiness.

Reynold Nippe, President, Lochmere Home Owners' Association

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The Lochmere Main Office located at 502 Lochmere Drive will close for the Christmas holiday on Monday, December 25, and Tuesday, December 26. It will reopen on Wednesday, December 27. 

It will also be closed on Monday, January 1. It will reopen on January 2. 

Best wishes to one and all for a joyous holiday season with family and friends.

Christmas tree for tennisGarbage, recycling, and yard waste collection by the Town of Cary is altered during the weeks of Christmas and New Years.  For each week, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday collections will be one day later.    That being said Lochmere's collection days will be Friday, December 29, and Friday, January 5.
When it's time to take down the greenery, place Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland at the curb for weekly yard waste collection or drop them off at the Citizen's Convenience Center, 313 N. Dixon Ave. 
Remember to remove all artifcial foliage and decorations (tinsel, wire, and other items that are not a part of the tree).
For more information, please visit the Town Of Cary's Holiday Collection section HERE.

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