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Lake Forest Community Association
22921 Ridge Route
Lake Forest, CA 92630
949-837-6100 phone
949-837-0216 fax

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A Note from Beemus
"We appreciate your concern and involvement in the landscaping process. I assure you there are no safer herbicides than Roundup Custom. Roundup Custom contains none of the surfactants found in traditional Roundup which can be harmful to insects or aquatic life if applied improperly. Some may cite organic herbicides as a replacement, but all the products I know of are either heavily concentrated acids or little researched amino acids whose interaction in the environment is not well documented. I would not feel confident using a product with substantially less science and testing behind it.
The Center for Environmental Risk Assessment has a published fact sheet on glyphosate ( and references a number of regulatory agency studies in its conclusion that glyphosate is extremely safe when used properly. There has been some media attention recently regarding the International Agency for Research on Cancer's new classification for glyphosate. According to IARC glyphosate poses similar risks as coffee, aloe vera extract, and cell phones.
That said Bemus is always looking out for the best interests of our clients and their landscapes. If there are additional studies which contradict the existing information on glyphosate we would like to read them if they can be provided. "
Robin Reese
Project Manager
Former Yacht Club Commodore, Chris Holland, is heading a new and on-going project. Birds have inspired all of us ever since a dove brought back a twig from land to Noah! Birds are amazing creatures but who else can fly and what type of bird is that anyway? Studying birds (birding) is an irresistible hobby and many love to study in depth all about these beautiful animals. That is why we are putting together a little book called ‘Birds of the Hidden Lakes’. Those who want to join in are more than welcome. If you would like to learn more about the different birds and their behaviors contact Chris at Please, join in on the fun.  For a list and pictures of birds found on the lake see the attached flyer.   Birds on the Lake
IRVINE RANCH WATER DISTRICT:  Check out the Irvine Ranch Water District website and consider a landscape renovation.  All renovations require an Home Improvement Application (HIA) for the committee to review and approve.  You can pick up an HIA at the front desk of the clubhouse.
Attention All Homeowners:
The Golden Algae is a serious threat to our fish population. It is a microscopic algae which lives undetected until the algae blooms and releases a toxin  which kills the fish. A  foam with a golden hue may or may not appear confirming the presence of golden algae. Unfortunately, three lakes in our area are experiencing outbreaks, Eastlake Village in Yorba Linda, Rancho Santa Margarita and Lake Mission Viejo. These lakes have lost thousands of fish and are currently working diligently to stabilize their fish populations. 
Please be aware of the following signs of a Golden Algae bloom:
Unusual Fish Activity: The fish will seek oxygen and large numbers will remain near the surface, in the shallow water, near the aerators, or weirs. The fish will be lethargic and not dart away.
Unusual Waterfowl Activity: Increase in waterfowl population and concentration near surface fish.
The LFCA Staff is on heightened alert and will patrol the lakes several times per day. Staff is prepared to treat the areas and  if you see or suspect unusual fish orwaterfowl activity please contact the Clubhouse Front Desk at 837-6100 and provide the specific location. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Cynthia Valdes
General Manager
The clubhouse will be open Monday through Sunday from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

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Invasive Species Prevention Program: Before you purchase, sell and/or request to launch a new boat please be aware of the following concern. Invasive Quagga or Zebra Mussels are invading lakes and water ways throughout California. Both species can wreak havoc on the environment by disrupting the natural food chain and can contribute to the release of harmful bacteria that affect other aquatic species. The mussels can attach themselves to the hull, engine and steering components of a boat and cause damage.
Please be aware that Lake Forest Community Association requires a 30 day notice and inspection prior to launching a boat in our lakes.  This will include an inspection by Fernando Contreras, Association Lake Coordinator, which will include a visual inspection, questions regarding the boats origin and a request to have the boat cleaned per the Department of Fish & Game recommendations. If you sell or remove a boat including small craft, please contact the association to schedule an inspection prior to relocation or sale.  The Staff may delay the launch or sale of a boat so we encourage you to contact us prior to a planned purchase or sale. Also, please do not move kayaks or small boats between lakes. Please refer to the Department of Fish & Game website for a guide on “How to clean, drain and dry a boat” prior to a request to launch at the Beach & Tennis Club.  For questions contact: Fernando Contreras at or 949-837-6100.

Summer Fun
Lifeguards on Duty for the Jr. Olympic Pool and Lagoon, 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
American Red Cross Swim Lessons help swimmers of all ages and abilities develop their swimming, survival and water safety skills.
Private Lessons - Ages 3 to Adults 20 minutes ● 8 Lessons $188 ● 16 Lessons $346
30 minutes ● 8 Lessons $258 ● 16 Lessons $486
Semi Private Lessons - Ages 3 to Adults
Semi Private Lesson fees include both swimmers
20 minutes ● 8 Lessons $236 ● 16 Lessons $442
30 minutes ● 8 Lessons $308 ● 16 Lessons $586
Group Lessons - Children 4 years & up
30 minutes ● 8 Lessons $104
For more information visit or call 949-420-0804.


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Upcoming Events
Sunday Poolside Bar
Sunday, June 7th to Sunday, September 27th
June 7th - September 27th (weather permitting).  12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Join us this summer at the North Pool Deck for a cocktail.  Try one of our "special" Bloody Mary's with all the fixins!  Must be 21 years of age or older to be in the North Pool area whil the bar is open. 
Friday Night Bar and Karaoke
Friday, September 4th
Join us in the Lake View Lounge for a night of singing, dancing, and having a great time.  Karaoke from 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.  Please no outside alcohol during the event.  All guests must be signed in by a member and pay the $5 guest fee.
Labor Day Celebration and Pool Party
Monday, September 7th
LABOR DAY CELEBRATION, Champagne Brunch and Pool Party.  Monday, September 7th, 2015 - 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Champagne Brunch 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. – Must have a ticket for the brunch (Pick up tickets by Tuesday, September 1st for food count.) Poolside Bar open from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL WILL BE ALLOWED AT THE EVENT.  (All coolers and bags will be checked for alcohol and glass items upon entry)
Activities 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  D.J. Face Painters, Balloon Twister, Big Splash Contest, Limbo Contest, Hula Hoop Contest & Boy Scout BBQ starting at 11:30 a.m. Guest Fee: All guests will be required to pay a $7.00 guest fee on Sept. 7th.  No guest passes will be accepted for this event. All members must sign in guests.  Sponsored by The Tutoring Center in Lake Forest
Monday Night Football
Monday, September 21st to Monday, December 28th
Doors open at 5:15, game starts at 5:30 p.m.  Weekly dinner specials $5 per plate.  Please no outside alcohol or food during the event.  Must be 21 and older.
Friday Night Bar and Karaoke
Friday, October 2nd
Join us in the Lake View Lounge for a night of singing, dancing, and having a great time.  Karaoke from 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.  Please no outside alcohol during the event.  All guests must be signed in by a member and pay the $5 guest fee.

Do you want to learn to line dance and have fun exercising then this is the class for you!  No experience needed just a good attitude and willingness to have some fun.  Classes are Tuesdays from 6:30 -7:30 p.m.   Please register in person.  Must have a minimum of 6 people to have the class.  Classes are 4 weeks for $35 per person.  Drop in $10. September 8, 15, 22, 29.
TUESDAY & THURSDAY - 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. - OPEN PLAY *** COURT 1
Teens to seniors, come out and play pickleball, the fastest-growing sport in America, now at the Beach and Tennis Club. Open-play is designed for everyone to come play doubles or singles.  No experience is needed as instruction is available on-site, no partner is needed as games are arranged between players who show up during these open-play hours, no reservation required during open-play, and paddles and balls are available for check out at the front desk.  Pickleball can also be played during all other hours of club operation, 7:00 a.m., to 10:00 p.m., court reservation suggested, all club rules apply.
Calling all ladies. if you want to learn to play Pickleball then join us on Wednesday nigths at 6:00 P.M.  Instruction provided if needed. Guest Fees apply.
Come learn how to play pickleball or tone up on those skills from 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.   Instructor Maytri Liang will be at the clubhouse to provide lessons to beginners and intermediate players.
Wednesday, 9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Aquatic Fitness Training
Tuesday & Thursday 2:00-3:30p.m.