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Holiday Island Newletter
The pool is open and that is the
unofficial start of the summer on Holiday Island. I hope everyone
enjoys all the fun things to do this summer. The pool looks great, the
tennis courtand park have been cleaned up, the boat ramps are ready and the
fish and crabs are waiting to be caught. So get out of your house and
have some fun.
Events are being planned for your
ejoyment...ice cream socials, adult and family night at the pool, a Fourth
of July family picnic and the always terrific Luou. More
information will be forthcoming. Please join your neighbors and
friends for these fun events.
Thank you for your donations.
So many property owners have sent in extra cash with their assessment
payments. These donations will help keep our community going.
Your generosity is certainly appreciated.
The long awaited transfer of the Waste
Water Treatment Plant has been completed. Water and sewage service in
Section H, P and R are now handled by Minzies Creek Sanitary District.
Please send all payments to and correspondence to MCSD.
Congradulations and good luck to our friends and neighbors lining in Camp
Remember the kids are riding their
bikes and playing all over the island. More and more golf carts are
taking to the streets during the summer season.Please be extra careful as
you drive your carts around the island.
Again, I thank you for all your
support. You make Holiday Island a great place to be.
Jerry Rafal, HIPOA President
HIPOA BOG NEWS
BOG Meeting, June 20 @ 7:00PM
to both HIPOA and Minzies Creek Sanitary District on the long awaited
transfer of the Waste Water Treatment Plant and Water Service for Sections
H, P and R. The transfer took place on Friday, May 17th. All
inquires about service and your payments should be forwarded to the MCSD.
The HIPOA Board of Governors wishes nothing but the best for our friends and
neighbors in Camp Holiday.
will open May 25 @ 10AM
There will be an Ice Cream Social on June 10th @ 6:30 PM. Must have
your Activity Pass. We will be having an Old Fashioned Picnic in the
park on July 4th. HIPOA will supply the hot dogs and bun, please bring
a dish to share. Soda and water will be available for $1.00 each
Please bring your own chairs. We will have some games set up for both
the young and old.
Appreciation June 4th at 6:00 PM MEMBERS
ONLY for this meeting. Food will be supplied by the CL.
MENU: Pizza, Salad Bar & Ice Cream Bar. Voting results during a brief
meeting. Come and enjoy this event as a thank you to all our Civic
HOLIDAY ISLAND YACHT CLUB
permit class in Edenton on June 8th from 8AM to 5PM
Contact Jeff Pitzer at 619-0044 by June
2013 Pool Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday 1PM to 6PM
Saturday 10AM to 6PM
Holiday Island Property Owners Association Rules
and Regulation for all HIPOA Property
(By-laws Article 3, Section 4 Restrictions of Privileges)
Any member or relative or guest of a member, whose
conduct is deemed by the Board to be contrary to the best interest of the
Association, may by action of the Board, have their privileges of using
social and recreational facilities suspended. HIPOA IS A FAMILY
ORIENTED ENVIRONMENT RULES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT
LIMITED TO THE FOLLOWING:
Your activity pass allows that anyone
using HIPOA properties can be identified. Please have your pass
available whenever you are out and about. You may be asked to provide
your pass if using the park, clubhouse, boat ramp or any other HIPOA common
properties. Failure to show your pass or be properly identified as a
qualified guest, would entail your being asked to leave the area.
Failure to comply may cause a trespass ticket to be issued by law
enforcement. Activity passws are not to be used by anyone other than
the original holder. Exchange of activity passes is not permitted.
Only Property Owners in good standing and their immediate household members
age 12 and older are eligible to recieve an activity pass. Property
Owners who are not in good standing, members of their household or renters
without an activity pass MAY NOT USE or come as a guest of another property
1. Property Owners in good standing may sign in their immediate
members. All other bona fide guest of the Property Owner in good
standing will pay $5.00 per per per day for the use of the pool only.
Property Owners are limited to entertaining no more than 5 guest.
Owner assumes full responsibilty to ensure that the guest complies with all
rules and regulations concerning common properties. Request for large
numbers of guest should be made through the office. Property Owners
must accompany guest the entire occasion.
2. Renters will be
required to pay a fee of $75.00 and show a letter of intent from the legal
Property Owner in good standing for use of ALL HIPOA PROPERTY. Renters
that do not have an activity pass may not be signed in by anyone.
3. The Pool Monitor will have
everyone sign in and out of the pool. Lost activity pass replacements
will be as follows: $5.00 per activity pass
4. Swimmers should be in proper
attire. Cut-off and clother normally used for street wear are not
permitted. Tee shirts over swimming attire are acceptable. The
use of swimming diapers for infants is required.
5. Children under the age of
twelve (12) must be accompanied by a Property Owner in good standing and at
least eighteen (18) years of age.
6. Non-swimmers are not
permitted beyond the five (5) foot section of the pool.
7. No playing on the ropes
within the pool.
8. Children in the baby pool
requireadult supervision at ALL times. NO EXCEPTIONS.
9. No running, jumping,
horseplay in the pool area.
10. No rude behavior, offensive
language or vulgar body language. Vulgar illustrations (such as vulgar
tattoos) are permitted but must be covered at all times.
11. Unauthorized vehicles will
be towed at owners expense without notice.
12. No water guns, large floats,
diving sticks or any small items permitted in the pool area. (These
items may end up in out filtering system, thereby rending the impellers in
the pool inoperable.)
13. No skateboards, bicycles,
skates or roller blades permitted in the pool area.
14. No glass containers or food
permitted in the pool area. Use designated area for eating.
15. No pets allowed in the pool
area at any time.
16. Members are to assure of
clean-up after themselves, their family members and guests.
17. The Pool Monitoris in charge
of the pool; however, the Pool Monitor is neither a babysitter nor a
18. Smoking on the porch during
pool hours is prohibited. Smokers are to use designated areas only and
dispose of butts in the proper containers. NO smoking under the age of
eighteen (18) allowed. (NCGS no 14-313)
19. Alcohol is allowed ONLY at
adult functions in the pool area. No children permitted.
20. Swimming is at YOUR
OWN RISK (Pool or Sound)---NO LIFEGUARD PROVIDED
HEALTHY SWIMMING BEHAVIOR TO
PREVENT RECREATIONAL WATER ILLNESS (RWI)
1. Do not swim when you have an
infection, upset stomach, swimmer's ear or you have a broken skin surface.
2. Do not swim when you have
diarrhea or incontinence. This is especially important for children in
diapers. Bacteria can spread and cause others to become ill.
3. Please was your hands with
soap and running water after using the toilet or changing a diaper.
4. Please change diapers in the
bathroom not at pool side. Wash your child's bottom with a sanitary
wipe or soap and water to remove any fecal residual.
5. Please take your child on
frequent bathroom breaks to avoid accidental waste in the pool.
drinking pool water or even taking pool water into your mouth.