A DYNAMIC COMMUNITY WITH A FLEXIBLE LIFESTYLE!






Click Here to See Some Great Pics of Halloween and Trunk or Treat in Diamondhead





WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETS EVERY MONDAY
WEIGH-IN AT 4:30 PM
MEETING STARTS AT 5:30 PM

THE 19TH HOLE WILL HAVE WEIGHT WATCHER FRIENDLY MEALS AVAILABLE
AFTER THE MEETING



EVENT HIGHLIGHTS - THE FRISCO WEDDING

CONGRATULATIONS SHELLEY & FRANKIE

                                    

                                               


      

             


Diamondhead Resident Kristyn Sheets made the newspaper!







THE CHILI COOKOFF WAS A GREAT SUCCESS!


                     

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         1st Place - Ralph Rupple                 2nd Place - Mike MacFarlane             3rd Place - Mike Waren


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Thank you Ladies for all your hard work!












FRONT PAGE - SENTINEL-RECORD!!


The Sentinel-Record/Richard Rasmussen


PATRIOTS: From left, Jimmie Weber, Rachel Elson-Canfield, Arnold Sternberg, and Faye Taylor sport patriotic wear while riding in the Diamondhead Lions Club float during the annual Diamondhead Fourth of July Parade.


Parade celebrates freedom


By Max Bryan The Sentinel-Record

This article was published July 5, 2016 at 4:00 a.m.

DIAMONDHEAD -- Fire trucks, police cars, golf carts and a patriotic float paraded down the streets of Diamondhead Resort Community Monday.










THIS JUST IN!





THE 4TH OF JULY PARADE WAS A BIG SUCCESS!





              


      


                 








LIONS CLUB NEWS


  • At the June, 2016 meeting of the Diamondhead Lions Club graduating senior Harrison Wade was presented with a $2,000 scholarship by Club President Jim Hannon.






  • The Diamondhead Lions Club installed new officers for the 2016-2017 year at their June meeting.  Pictured are the Vice President - Faye Taylor, President - Jim Hannon and Treasurer - Barbara Benck.  Not pictured is Secretary - Rachel Elson-Canfield.











Diamondhead has a fantastic disc golf course.  Connect to this website
 to learn how to play:  http://www.pdga.com/introduction



            

Effective immediately, the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) will only meet once a month.   Please be sure that your permit application is submitted prior to the third Thursday of the month.  If you are unsure about whether you need a permit, you can call the POA Office at  262-4470.



Also, click on this link to view the ACC Permit Fee Schedule  which will describe what type of items require a permit and the costs involved:  Building Permit Fee Schedule








FIREWOOD

Firewood is now available.  A cord is $150 delivered and stacked.  A half-cord is $85 delivered and stacked.  If you stack it yourself - take $10 off a full cord and $5 off a half cord.

There will be no deliveries outside of Diamondhead.

Call the POA Office to arrange for delivery - 262-4470.

                                                                                          







Diamondhead Lion Arnold Sternberg working hard to help keep

the entrance of Diamondhead clean of debris.

 

Arnold donates his time twice a month to clean up the area

so we can be proud to live in Diamondhead.

 

Thank you Arnold!!






Love to read? 

The Monday afternoon Ladies book club is looking for new members.  We meet the second Monday of each month in the Diamondhead Library at 2:00 p.m.   If interested, call Gail Porter at 262-5502  (gigiporter60@gmail.com) or Barbara Schenke at 262-4233 (bbschenke@gmail.com)










NOTE:  BINGO CALLERS ARE BADLY NEEDED.  CONTACT MR. STEVE AT 617-6188





CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW INFORMATION ON THE NEW WINDSHIELD TAGS:
 Windshield Sticker Information

         
WARNING

  A "spike strip" is being installed on the
outbound lane leaving Diamondhead.

DO NOT attempt to ENTER  Diamondhead using the
outbound lane.  The outbound lane is a one-way street.

If you attempt to enter using the outbound lane,
 you will sustain severe tire damage.

When leaving Diamondhead, to avoid tire damage, please reduce speed (5 mi. per hr.) when going over the spike strip.  Do not stop or back up over the spike strip.
         



SOME CHANGES TO THE LIONS CLUB BINGO:

The $1,000 coverall has been discontinued.  Starting on Saturday, August 1st the coverall will now be $250 each time with no limit on the numbers called!  In addition, there will be some great new games!



The Diamondhead Lions have been offering twice monthly bingo for community residents and others for five years.  These games are operated under a license issued by the State of Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration.  The Arkansas law is titled Charitable Bingo and Raffle Rule, and it dictates how profits will be given away for charitable purposes, bingo prizes and bingo expenses.  We recently approved charitable distributions to Lions Camp for the Blind in Maynard, AR, Lions World Services for the Blind in Little Rock and the Lake Hamilton Fire Rescue Foundation.

The total donations in the last five years is over $50,000.  We are proud to serve our community and other charitable purposes.  As Lions say, "We serve, and we help to make a difference in the lives of those we serve".

Jim Hannon
Secretary
Diamondhead Lions Club

   


PLEASE NOTE:  EFFECTIVE MONDAY, MARCH 1ST, THE NEW GATE HOURS ARE  -- 
GATE OPENS AT 6:00 A.M.
GATE CLOSES AT 8:00 P.M.

WEEKENDS:  8 A.M. TO 8:00 P.M.
                                                               
                                                                 



DIAMONDHEAD COMMUNITY MAILBOX

To all residents of the Diamondhead Community - the mailbox for inter-community mailing has been moved and placed in the hallway toward the exercise room.  It is there for use by Diamondhead residents who want to correspond within the community without using a stamp.  Make sure that you follow the direction that is posted on the corkboard above the mailbox.


 
                   

Disc Golf Course:

Located in the beautiful Memorial Garden.  And it's free!!  Brought to you by the Youth Committee.  Bring your discs and enjoy the new course. 

A set of three discs are available in the Golf Shop and the POA Office.

For more information on how to play, check out this website:
http://www.pdga.com/

Click on this link to see the course outline: 


       
              

The Diamondhead Golf Course is offering a unique opportunity
for adults to interact with a child on a golf outing where the child is free.  On Wednesdays for June, July and August from 5:00 p.m. til dusk an adult can have a child, through age 14, accompany them for nine holes of golf.

The adult fee ($15) for golfing would include a cart, and the child would receive their own golf ball.  The child can choose to play
the course or just putt with the adult.  This gives an adult an opportunity to introduce the child to golf plus spending quality time with them.  The only restriction is the child cannot operate the cart and must follow all golf rules.

For more information and tee times, please call the Diamondhead Golf Shop at 501-262-3734. 



  • IMPORTANT REMINDER:  As mentioned at the Town Meeting held on Thursday, April 24th, Diamondhead's leash law is being enforced.  Please note that there may be fines given which can reach a maximum of $400.00.  For the safety of your pets, please keep them on a leash or in a confined area.  Your cooperation and assistance in this matter is greatly appreciated.




 The POA Office has initiated a new service called "Constant Contact".  This is a one-way communication device which will inform residents if there are emergency issues, road closings, office, golf and 19th Hole closings, and any other notifications that might be considered relavent.  If you would like to receive these notifications, please call the POA Office at 262-4470.  We will need your email address in order to contact you.  This service is free of charge to you, and you can unsubscribe at any time.


Can you donate six hours of your time every other month?  If so, there is a very worthy project in the Diamondhead Community that will be very rewarding.  CARE CAPS is a group who gather every other month to make caps for cancer patients.  All supplies are provided, including a wonderful lunch served by the Diamondhead Community Men's Prayer Group with Tom Henry in charge.
  At each gathering approximaately 100 caps are completed, packaged and ready for shipment to major cancer centers around the United States.  There is no charge to the patients or hospitals for these caps.You do not need to sew to participate in the CARE CAP project.  There is a "job" suited to everyone.  CARE CAPS is held in the Fellowship Hall at the Diamondhead Community Church and begins promptly at 9:00 a.m.  CARE CAPS meets the second Tuesday of alternate months.   This is a COMMUNITY project  -  give it a try.  You will be blessed.