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JULY 4TH PARADE AND PICNIC

  • Parade: The parade begins PROMPTLY at 11 AM in front of 1555 Stone Trail. We start lining up about 10:30.
  • Route: It heads toward Stone Island Road and turns right. Then right again on Arrowhead to left on North Street and right on Stone Island Road to the pavilion.
  • Food: There will be free hot dogs and drinks. Please bring a dish for the pot luck.
  • What will you need? Bring chairs, tables, sunscreen bug spray and whatever it takes to stay cool and dry.

Decorate your golf carts, cars, wagons, horses, lawn mowers and anything else that rolls and come on out on Tuesday the 4th of July and join the fun. Bring the family and enjoy the big birthday party for America.

For further information contact Doris Nanstiel or Linda Moore.

 

 

 

Stone Island is a very special private community which we are able to enjoy, for the most part, in peace and safety.   On rare occasions there is an incident of theft or vandalism where it becomes necessary for us to view hundreds of vehicle movements to find the offending outsider who does not belong here.  Boat ramp security has not been a big problem but some outsiders occasionally slip in to use our private facilities. In response to these issues, we have developed a small, oval shaped, bumper sticker bearing the Stone Island logo.  WE would appreciate it if you would obtain one for each vehicle you operate and affix it to the left side of your rear bumper.  This will identify you as an island resident and confirm your right to use our facilities.  At some point in the future it may become necessary to have an unauthorized vehicle towed from the boat ramp; the absence of a Stone Island sticker will help us identify the offending trespasser.  We will have a supply of stickers at Monday’s HOA meeting or you can obtain them from Bill or Doris Nanstiel at 407 687 3791.  Please do not give them to off island people. Thanks, Bill Nanstiel, President,  SIHOA

Bud Cabell once took a picture of the sunset over Lake Monroe from his home along Sunset Road on Stone Island. Everybody who saw the photo said that it couldn't be true, it had to be a paint-by-number or airbrushed or something. But those us who have walked at sunset under the Spanish moss hanging from the old live oak trees know that it is true....."