Welcome to the website for the Lochmeade Homeowners Association in Atoka, Tennessee. Our goal is to share information about our community.
We are a welcoming community that takes pride in our homes and being good neighbors.
This website will help you decide if Lochmeade will be your home, too! Browse the website, view our photo gallery, drop us a note, or just drive through Lochmeade and see it for yourself. We think you will like Lochmeade as much as we do.
Halloween falling on a Friday night this year may mean even more trick-or-treaters in our neighborhood. Each year Lochmeade has a great number of children come through our community seeking candy treats. Halloween is always an exciting time in our community. It will be fun to see whether the children dress to scare, be cute, or imitate their current pop culture idol.
The town of Atoka is also hosting Safe Night Out on October 31, 2014 from 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. Safe Night out will be held at Nancy Lane Park.
If you happen to be out driving in the Lochmeade neighborhood, please be safe and alert because some of these children will be so excited they will probably forget that they are going up and down streets that have cars traveling on them. We want the children to have a great time on Halloween.
APC Rentals would like to request your presence at the Lochmeade Homeowners’ Association meeting to be held November 11, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Munford Middle School located at 100 Education Avenue, Munford, TN. Several residents are concerned with the connecting of Colton Ridge Lane and Johnsborough Drive into the Walker Estates subdivision. This meeting will be held to answer all questions about the process of constructing Phase III in Lochmeade.
APC would appreciate everyone’s attendance if possible.
If you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to call me.
Connie Smith, Office Manager
You may have noticed that the leaves of some of our oak trees are being eaten as well as some of the Bermuda grass and flowerbed plants. Armyworms are eating this foliage and stripping a lot of the trees. Armyworms are especially bad this year in West Tennessee. They also eat farmers’ crops. The trees can be sprayed with a product called Bug-B-Gon which is available at Lowe’s and Home Depot, or you can have a professional landscaper take care of the worms for you.
Labor Day is observed on the first Monday of September. The achievements and contributions of the American worker are celebrated on Labor Day. In 1894, Labor Day became a federal holiday after the labor movement began to recognize the American worker. Labor Day is recognized by many Americans as the unofficial end to summer and its activities. Americans celebrate Labor Day with parades, picnics, parties, shopping, and athletic events.
There will be an organizational meeting for the ladies of Lochmeade on Friday, August 29, 2014. The purpose of the meeting is to form groups of ladies who are interested in activities such as welcoming new residents, a neighborhood directory, neighborhood gatherings, holiday lighting and needs of individual residents.
Date: August 29, 2014
Time: 10:00 a.m.
Place: 75 Thornhill Cove
Please RSVP with plans to come or ideas you would like to contribute to Summer Redden (901) 389-8411 or Pat Ennis (901) 289-0256.