LPOA Message Center UPDATES: As of 9/21/2022
ATTENTION FALL 2022 RECREATIONAL SOCCER TEAMS THAT ARE REGISTERED WITH THE ARKANSAS STATE SOCCER ASSOCIATION…
LAKEWOOD’S 33RD ANNUAL RECRECATIONAL SOCCER TOURNAMENT WILL BE HELD OCTOBER 29 & 30 AT BURNS PARK. ADVANCE TEAM REGISTRATION, PAYMENTS, AND OTHER IMPORTANT PAPERS ARE REQUIRED TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS FUN FALL EVENT! PLEASE VISIT THE FOLLOWING LINK TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM BY THE END OF THE DAY ON OCTOBER 16TH!! (TO AVOID ANY POSSIBLE LATE FEES)
CLICK LOGO ABOVE TO REGISTER YOUR TEAM TODAY!!
NEW EVENTS COMING SOON
As the fall begins, we wanted to remind everyone about a couple UPCOMING EVENTS we will have in the near future!
NEW-Halloween Wreath Making Class is going to be offered on September 27th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm in the LPOA Activity Center.
For Adults 20 yrs. +. The cost is $50 for members and $55 for non-members. The fee includes all materials and instruction. A picture of the wreath you will be making is below. Please register as soon as you can, space will be limited!
Super Saturday Tennis CONTINUES
.This is for all ages and includes 1 hr clinic/practice session and fast format tournament play. and that includes balls and loaner rackets if you do not have your own. This will occur every Saturday for the early fall so come out and learn some skills! For more info click link below…
LAKEWOOD TENNIS ACADEMY – CLICK HERE FOR PROGRAM INFO
We are continually working to add more programs for our members, both youth and adult and we hope to see you at one of these and future events. Thank you for making Lakewood great!!
** ATTN LPOA/LRID FISHING MEMBERS…ALL 6 of Lakewood’s Lakes are now open to “MEMBERS ONLY FISHING!!**
Please make sure to have your LPOA Member ID / Driver’s License with you at all times while fishing any of the private Lakewood Lakes
You may now keep some of the FISH that you may catch on Lakes 1 – 6!! Don’t be a fish hog!! Please follow AGFC “Fish Limit” Guidelines.
PLEASE KEEP OUR WILDLIFE SAFE & LAKES and PARKS CLEAN!!!
YOU CAN HELP… DO NOT FEED THE DUCKS AND GEESE that have now OVERPOPULATED and our lakes. DO NOT RELEASE NON-NATIVE DUCKS and GEESE on ANY of the lakes, they harm the environment by eating all of the native animals’ natural food sources.
Additionally, please pick up broken discarded fishing line, hooks, and any trash you create or see and put them in a near-by trash container!!