Kinderton Village Homeowners

Due to an increase in pool traffic from individuals who are not members of the community, the Master Board has decided to re-instate an attendant for the pool.  A pool attendant from Safe & Secure will be on site Saturdays from 12pm to 8pm and on holidays from 12pm to 8pm.  This attendant is responsible for ensuring homeowners utilize an activated key card to access the pool and each homeowner is only bringing in four (4) guests.  The gate will not be allowed to be propped open.


The attendant will also be enforcing the NO SMOKING rule
and ensuring NO GLASS is in the pool area. 
That includes coolers having glass items.


We also ask that hard balls NOT be used when the pool is crowded. 
Only soft nerf type or beach balls.


Homeowners please remember it is your responsibility
to clean up your trash etc in the pool area. 
The cleaning of tables etc is not the responsibility
of the pool company or the pool committee. 


Remember: an attendant is NOT a lifeguard. 
Swimming is at your own risk and parents are responsible
for underage children.


Kinderton Village Single Family HOA Board of Directors Election Meeting
Monday, June 17, 2019 at 6:30 PM

Hillside Baptist Church Sanctuary
4815 US Highway 158
Advance, NC

Please plan on joining your neighbors for this important meeting to elect a Single Home Board Directors.
There are 3 open Board of Directors positions.
On June 17th you will hear from the candidates and then vote for 3 of these 4 candidates
Larissa Brenner,  Warren Howard,  Mark Pfundstein & Lennie Ring.
Read a quick bio of the candidates HERE.

 According to the BY-LAWS, to have a complete election there needs to be 25% of the single home owners casting a vote.
Currently we have approximatly 362 homes, making it a little over 90+ homes needed votes.
Our past election only about 40+ people voted making the election incomplete.

PROXY (For Home Owners who can not attend election)
If you can not make it to the Monday, June 17th election, you can give a filled out Proxy
to a neighbor attending the election to have them vote in your behalf.

When filling out your Proxy you can select a representative to vote for you a couple of ways.
1. You could select your neighbor to vote for you by either telling them who you would like or alowing them to decide for you.
2. You could write SFB (Single Family Board). This will allow the current board to vote how they feel would be a good fit for the next board.
Print a copy of the Proxy HERE to fill out to send into the lection this Monday, June 17th.


Kinderton Village Snake Alert

There have been reports of Snakes emerging this spring from hibernation in Kinderton Village. Kinderton Village is beautifully surrounded by wooded areas and lakes so this should be no surprise we will be sharing our yards with the nature that lives beyond this spring.  Not only the residents love living here but all of nature love living here also including but not limited to Deer, Raccoons, Turtles, Geese, bugs, spiders, lizards, SNAKES and other nature. All these species usually don’t bite unless bothered or approached. The best advice is to let them be and let them find the food they are looking for and move on. You are not their typical source of food so they are really just as afraid of you as you are of them. If you feel that our neighboring nature friends are invading your space, please contact a wild preserve organization to remove them from your property in a safe matter.

SNAKE REPORTS: Kinderton Village has had reports in our area of Black Snakes and a Copperhead.

BENEFITS OF SNAKES: Benefits of snakes if you can get passed their slithery self, they are great exterminators of insects, rats, mice and other small creatures. Some snakes like Black Snakes will even eat venomous snakes like the Copperhead. So snakes could be our friend.

SNAKE’S  HAVE PREDATORS: Large birds, raccoons, foxes, coyotes and even other snakes are a few of the dangers snakes fall prey to.

AVOID SNAKE BITES: Snakes only bite when they feel threaten.
Here are suggestions to share with family to prevent snake bites. . .
•  Never place your hands, arms, feet or legs where you can’t see them when outdoors. Even reaching under the house for something blindly can cause you to disturb a hiding snake.
•  Don’t try to move a snake. While venomous snakes generally do not strike when approached or even stepped on, they almost always do if you grab them and/or pick them up whether intentionally or accidentally.
• Always wear closed shoes and long pants when walking through woods, tall grass or places where you won’t have clear views of where you step.
•  Walk around logs instead of blindly stepping over them. Some snakes are rodent specialists and feed along logs.

If you or a family member happens to get bit by a poisonous snake. . .
• Stay calm. Call 911 or Carolinas Poison Center at 1-800-848-6946.
• Try to identify the snake by sight only. Look for color, markings and head shape.
• Do not try to kill the snake; it could bite again.
• Keep the patient calm and immobile (preferably lying down).
• Keep the affected limb at an even level with the rest of the body.
• Do not use a tourniquet.
• Do not cut the wound.
• Do not try to suck out the venom.
• Do not pack the wound in ice.
• Remove any jewelry/watch/shoes

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2019 Master Association Board Election Results

At the February 28, 2019 Annual Kinderton Village Master Association Members Meeting held at WinMock, Bermuda Run, NC, Tony Krasienko and Paul Dixon and Jean Mock were elected by the Membership of the Master Board to fill three vacancies on the Board. 

Roger Williams retired from the Board after his 3 year term and we thank you for your dedication and enthusiasm as volunteers for the community!

On February 20, the new Master Board met to elect Officers for this year. The election results were:

Board Member/Office Term Expires

Jeff Hinkle, President 2020
108 Glenmoor
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Tony Krasienko, Vice President 2021
252 Town Park Dr
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Chris Fowler, Treasurer 2020
111 Glenmoor Ave
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Paul Dixon, Secretary 2021
120 Kilbourne
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Jean Mock, Member @ Large 2021
163 Parkview Lane
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Becky Myers, Association Manager This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Winston-Salem, NC 27103 Office: 336-768-7448, 112 | Fax: 336-893-6631


Kinderton Village Residents

As you may have noticed the pond has been lowered substantially over the last week or so.
The pond maintenance crew needed to make repairs to the riser,
so the pond needed to be lowered 7 – 8 ft.

there is a crew on site today beginning the repair – so they have stopped the drain.
The pond will refill naturally. The company doing the repair could not estimate the time frame
of the lake refilling for this depends on natural ground fill in and rain. 
Re-establishing the fish in the lake is being looked in to.

We will be doing additional work on the dam side of the pond this
spring for erosion prevention and control. More information will be provided at the annual meeting.
Reminder the Kinderton Village Master Homeowners Association annual meeting will be held on
WinMock on 18 February 2019 in the Granary at 6:00pm. Please plan on attending. We will be
providing community wide information on Master Board Projects that enhance the whole community.



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