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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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Upcoming Social Events
October Gathering, at home of Beverley and Dane Haynes, 202 PR 5987 on Saturday, October 16, 2021 at 6pm. Please bring your favorite hors d’oeuvre or dessert and your beverage of choice.
Land’s End Men’s Night on Saturday, October 23 at 7 pm on Bill & Sandra Russell’s deck, 501 PR 5980, for pipes, cigars, and good fellowship. It’s BYOB. (Non-smokers and non-drinkers are most welcome.) Soft drinks will also be provided.
Please bring a lawn chair. At arrival, access their deck through the breeze-way between house and garage.
Wildlife Committee Update
September 27, 2021
Land’s End Homeowners,
We all are in anticipation of fall, the change of season, and the observance and splendor of the fall foliage as the change in our tapestry is awe-inspiring. With each breath of cool air comes the increased movement of wildlife, one most notably, deer. The white-tail deer (Odocoileus Virgininaus) are without a doubt one of the most charismatic species of wildlife on this planet. Unfortunately, these graceful animals are subjectable to one of the most horrific diseases of any wildlife species that occur in late summer and fall.
As we have experienced the Covid-19 virus and its continually mutating variances, deer are susceptible to a repulsive and deadly virus as well, known as epizootic hemorrhagic disease virus (EHDV). This disease more commonly known as Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD), is an acute infectious disease spread by midges, sand flies or also known as no-see-ums. Epizootic means across the species and hemorrhagic means to hemorrhage.
During the dry months of August and September, the no-see-ums immerge from the mud around lakes, streams, sloughs, and tank areas. When the deer frequent these areas to water, they are bitten on the belly areas and infected with the virus. Clinical signs appear within 7 days after infection of the virus. Deer experience reduced appetite, weakness, extremely high fever, lesions on the tongue, the pallet of the mouth, and slipping of the hoofs or loss of a hoof. We have research that defines 7 strains of the virus. The more virulent strains known as strains 2 and 6 will cause a deer to die within three days of a severe infection. Does that survive the less virulent strains can eventually build up an immunity to the disease and pass this immunity on to its offspring.
Infected deer will often migrate to a moist shady area, stream, or water source due to their high temperatures for cooling and die there. The virus that causes EDH is a double-stranded RNA virus known as orbivirus and destroys the walls of the blood vessels causing a horrific and painful hemorrhaging of the spleen, liver, intestines, and lungs.
EHD affects all age groups of deer and other hoofed animals referred to as cervids. Cattle are cervids but usually are asymptomatic if they contract the disease and recover in about three weeks. Currently, there is no cure for the virus. Some experts think that it cycles every 5-7 years, but we do know that a cool, exceptionally rainy, spring followed by a dry summer and drought promote the outbreaks.
The disease was discovered in 1890 and was first observed in New Jersey in 1955. EHD is prevalent in 32 states including our beloved Texas. The disease has been reported thru-out the central, northeast, and southeast counties throughout Texas.
The disease is not transmittable to humans.
The disease is interrupted during cold weather months as the midge is dormant or dies.
Another disease affecting deer with similar symptoms is Blue Tongue (BT), both are Hemorrhagic Diseases but are not the same.
If you observe a lame or emaciated deer, please feel free to call either Karen or me and we will come over and evaluate the animal for EHD symptoms.
Larry and Karen Lott – Karen (903) 681-5149 or Larry (318) 393-6962
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.
The Lands End HOA is always looking for volunteers with a passion to help in one of our many neighborhood committee's. If you would like to become more active in the community, please review the below various HOA committee's, and contact the Head of that committee to...
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LANDS END HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION NOTICE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING Oct. 14, 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...
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...
News from The Links
Join us for a live music Rockin' Halloween Concert right here at Lands End 10-30-21. Featuring Rafael Espinoza & the Rockabilly Railroad, Terry Casburn, Cary Banks & Toya Dyess. Call the Pro Shop 903-383-3290 for tickets.
MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP FLIGHT: GOLD TEESMen's Club Champion - JEREMY BATES 2ND Place Gross - CHRISTIAN SURRAN WOMEN'S FLIGHT: RED TEES Women's Club Champion - JANIE CALDWELL 1ST Place Net - GAIL BREWER ...
The Links at Lands End announces their 2021 Club Championship!