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HOA Board Postal Address: LEHOA, P.O. Box 399, Yantis, TX 75497
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Welcome to the Land’s End Homeowners Association website. The Land’s End Community is located on the shoreline of Lake Fork, near Yantis, Texas. The community consists of 126 residential lots (79 lake lots, 45 golf lots, 10 villa lots) that are adjacent to The Links of Land’s End golf course and the shoreline of Lake Fork. Currently there are 90 homes in the community.
The Land’s End Homeowners Association was formed to maintain high living standards for the community, and it works to ensure that property values for the residents are maintained along with a comfortable rural life. The HOA works to balance architectural control with the desires of each owner to express their individual preferences for custom home design and materials. The large lots in the community provide plenty of room between houses, and all our homes are custom, so you won’t see the “cookie cutter” look often found in city developments. Read more and learn how to navigate our site…
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Deer, Deer, Deer, my plants!!!!
For the resident that needs help on what plants the DEER do not prefer to eat, please see below. Please remember if they are hungry enough they will eat everything they can find. More can be found by searching for “Deer Resistant Plants”. Also beware that many of these plants are poisonous to dogs! Good Luck!
Angelonia, Cape Plumbago, Dianthus, Golden Shrimp Plant, Impatiens, Marigolds, Ornamental Peppers, Penta, Periwinkle, & Snapdragons.
Acorus Ogon, Muhly Grass, Purple Fountain Grass, & Pennisetum Hameln
Oregano, Mexican Mint Marigold, Scented Geranium, Mint, Chives, Basil, & Lemon Grass
Ajuga, Asclepias, Aspidistra, Autumn Fern, Dianthus, Fall Aster, Giant Lirirope, Hellebores, Holly Fern, Iris, Lamb’s Ear, Lantana, Moneywort, Mums, Salvia Farinacea, Sedum, Turk’s Cap, Variegated Lirirope, Verbena & Vinca Major
American Beauty Berry, Boxwood, Camellias, Gray Cotoneaster, Hydrangea, Japanese Yew, Juniper, Leyland Cypress, Mahonia Holly, Nandina, & Sky Pencil Holly
Carolina Jasmine, Clematis, Fig Vine, Honeysuckle, Ivy, Passion Vine & Wisteria
Love to Play Bridge?
Resident Ann Link does and looking for others in the neighborhood that do as well! Anyone interested in forming a Bridge Group, contact Ann at 972-679-7084.
Wecome our newest residents to Lands End
Please welcome our newest residents to Lands End listed below. If you happen to see them out and about, be sure and say “Hello”:
Mark & Cheryl Meeker – G-22
Robert & Keli Phillips – L66
J.D. & Kath Grommesh – L-81
Thomas & Leslie Pitchford – L-19
Thomas Koonce – G8
Bill & Di Honey -L13
Joe & Sandy Ferguson -L68
Joe & Lorri Drennden – G17
Matt & Michelle Machen – L-28
Dan & Lorraine Seay – L82
Jack & Angela Lane – V1 and V2
Robert & Terri Anderson – Villa L11
Mark & Meredith Marshall – G39
Greg & Ginny Charles – V6
James & Sharla Cook – L73
Mark Massad – G30
Larai & Hope Collins – L6
Val Bagnani – L40
Pat & Joe Diomede – L48
Dave Parsons – V14
Jeremy & Erin Neill – G25 & G26
Kevin & Kim Rogers – G45
Rory & Larissa Glidewell – L23
Larry & Karen Lott – G23
James & Sarah Michael – G18
Scott & Jennifer Symes – L80
Jay & Penny Matthews – L72
Mark Lane – L77
Jerry & Barbara Gaither – L47
We just saw our first newborn fawn of the year, therefore it is the time to post this. Deer deliver their newborns in the strangest of places! Residents will find them and be concerned about a newborn deer on their lawn, in their garden, under the azaleas, etc. Most think the fawn is in peril and Mom is nowhere to be found. Well, Mom is actually off feeding and helping to keep predators away. For those who ask what should they do for the fawn . Leave it alone, do not touch, move, or attempt to feed it. Deer are NOT like horses. They do not have their legs under them immediately and need time to rest after birth. Horses get up and go that’s the sign of a healthy horse. A healthy fawn will curl up, nap most of the day, and move their heads. They have no scent and predators cannot find them unless humans interfere. Mom leaves during the day for two primary reasons: to feed and to keep her scent a distance from the fawn. Mom will come back (unless something tragic happens to her) but don’t expect her until dusk and certainly don’t expect her if humans are hovering around. If you are fortunate enough to have the gift of a fawn please enjoy the experience, respect Mother Nature, and let the Mom do what comes naturally. She will move the fawn daily so you may see it in different locations.
By KLTV Digital Media Staff. Published: Jun. 29, 2021 at 10:52 AM CDT|Updated: Jun. 29, 2021 at 11:05 PM CDT BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — East Texas is home to four of the 100 best lakes for bass fishing, according to Bassmaster Magazine, including the No. 1 pick. Lake Fork,...
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As you are probably aware we have been working on the front entrance gates, but due to COVID, we have had many delays getting the necessary parts required. As of today, the Links at Lands End Service/Construction entrance gate is now working and has a new schedule to...
LANDS END HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING July 15, 2021 Please be advised that the Board of Directors (the "Board") for Lands End Homeowners Association (the “Association”) intends to conduct a regular Board meeting, at The Sporting...
LANDS END HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING June 15, 2021 Please be advised that the Board of Directors (the Board”) for Lands End Homeowners Association (the “Association”) intends to conduct a regular Board meeting at 6:30 pm on June...
The May 1st HOA Meeting & social reception begins with a reception at 2:00 pm at the Fire Station. The Meeting starts at 3:00 pm.