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Posted on Nov 15th, 2013
                          NO - NO - NO
Unless you have an approved  fire pit with a functioning water hose or water buckets close by.
Posted on Jul 30th, 2013

Thanks to your generosity we have been abe to treat our stately giants and now hope that they remain healthy for the next 4 to 5 years.  In the meantime we need to build up our reserve to be able to treat them again in the future - so, if you were thinking of donating to the fund PLEASE do so, your money will be held in a special reserve account for the next treatment.

Our Community at Bald Rock is a truly beautiful nature preserve.  Unfortunately the wooly adelgid infestation is playing havoc with the Eastern Hemlock, and most of these stately trees in the Eastern United States will die in the next few years.  We are now down to the last option of saving selected specimen trees using periodic chemical treatments, typically every 5-7 years.  The quote for the first periodic treatment of select trees on POA property near the waterfall, barn and roads is $4,829. Your Board of Directors has agonized over the issue of spending further POA funds on this effort, and concluded that we will spend no more than the remaining $1250 in the reserve, because it would not be responsible to spend unbudgeted money on this effort. However, the Board has authorized a voluntary fundraising effort to collect the remaining $3,579.

Will you step forward to help us preserve select Hemlocks? Time is of the essence, and your donations will be utilized strictly for this purpose. Any surplus funds raised will be placed in a dedicated hemlock treatment fund and utilized for future treatments.

Suggested donation:  $150.  Larger donations welcome.

Please make out your check to Bald Rock POA with a notation of “Hemlock” and mail to:

Bald Rock POA
2117 Tray’s Island Road, Box #2090
Sapphire, NC 28774
Thank you for your generosity and contribution to our community.

Board of Directors
Bald Rock Property Owners Association
Contact Information
Posted on May 3rd, 2012
How to Contact the Bald Rock POA
Bald Rock Property Owners Association, Inc.
2117 Trays Island Road #2090
Sapphire, NC  28774
The POA office is next to the Main Barn
Office Hours:  8AM-12PM Monday through Friday
Phone:  828-743-0766
Manager:  Christa N. Pankey, Site Manager
Management:  Pro Management NC, LLC
                    448 US Hwy 64 W  Ste 2
                    Cashiers, NC  28717  
                    Office: 828-743-3889
                    Fax: 828-743-3970
New Weather & WebCam Links Now Active!
Posted on May 17th, 2011
Check out the new Links (to your left) here on the homepage:
Bald Rock Weather:  The new BRPOA Weather Station at the Barn
Bald Rock WebCam:  Live Webcam from the Barn!
Notice about Barn Signage
Posted on May 17th, 2011
All Horse owners should be familiar with North Carolina Statues, particularly ST S 99E which may require certain signage to protect you from liability.  Especially note Section 99E-3 which may require you to post a certain Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services sign which states:
"Warning:  Under North Carolina law, an equine activity sponsor or equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting exclusively from the inherent risks of equine activities.  Chapter 99E of the North Carolina General Statutes."
If you are interested in ordering signs for your barn you may order them from the North Carolina Horse Council at 919-854-1990 or online
Upcoming Events
Monday, May 12th to Saturday, October 11th

August, 2014 

6:30 Saturday, Aug. 2 - "What Was I Thinking" Pavilion Party hosted by Barb Carlin, Patti Dodd and Drexel Pringle.  Wear the outfit from years ago (the one you should have thrown out but found it's still there) - BYOB & meat + dish to share.

6:30 Monday, Aug. 11 - Mule Ride hosted by Al and Sherie - BYOB + dessert or appetizer to share.
6:30 Friday, Aug 22 -  An Evening at the Barn with music and food hosted by Brenda Council and Diane Graham.

6:30 Saturday, Aug. 30 - Pavilion Party- BYOB & meat + dish to share (this is Labor Day Weekend)  Hosted by Jane Davis and Jennifer Price.
                                                        September, 2014
11:30 Thursday, Sept. 11 - Barn Social- lunch @ barn- more info to follow
6:30 Monday, Sept. 15- Mule Ride-BYOB + dessert or appetizer to share
October, 2014
6:30 Saturday, Oct. 11- Pavilion Party-Chili Supper-BYOB + chili, sides or desserts to share
Presented by your social committee:
Linda Allen, Deanne Irwin, and Nancy West