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Exercise caution with baby fawns this spring

Seeing a baby Bambi alone in your front yard may bring out the Mother Nature in you, but rushing to its aid may not be the best course of action.… Read on

World is Lakeway seashell collector’s oyster


An ocean of passion is evident in Ronald Carter’s seashell collection on display through June 29 at Lakeway Activity Center.

Carter has been an avid amateur seashell collector or “conchologist” for nearly 60 years.

The Lakeway resident’s interest began at the age of 7, in Pittsburgh of all places. In 1957, his mother brought him a small souvenir box of shells from a trip to Florida. Although living nowhere near the ocean, his passion and interest in shells was firmly set that day and continued to grow as he read books on seashells and visited museums. The annual family vacation at Sea Isle, N.J., gave him the opportunity to practice his shell collecting hobby.

Carter’s fascination with shells never went away. His collection continued to grow over the years as he bought and traded shells to include those of great rarity, beauty and interest. He now has an assortment of several thousand shells representing a portion of the 100,000-plus species known to exist in the world.

His passion in this field led him to volunteer as a docent in the malacology department of the Houston Museum of Natural Science. There he had the opportunity to introduce many children to the world of exotic shells through the use of thought-provoking stories.

After more than 40 years of work in the Houston area oil and gas industry, Carter is semi-retired. He and his wife, Beverly, reside in Lakeway and enjoy their boat on the lake whenever possible. Both of their grown children and four grandchildren live in the Austin area.

The additional time he has now is used to fully embrace this fulfilling hobby. He hopes to make travel plans to exotic locations and expand his collection even more.

Lakeway Activity Center is at 105 Cross Creek. The display is available for viewing from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.

For information, call 512-261-1010.



Former Parks & Wildlife illustrator,

Marine to show at City Hall Art Gallery


Nature will come to life at Lakeway City Hall Art Gallery when Linda Wells displays her paintings from May 14 through June 15.

The exhibit may be viewed during regular office hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays at Lakeway City Hall, 1102 Lohmans Crossing.

A love of nature’s beauty is what inspires Wells to paint.

The subtle colors and light of winter or the vibrant screaming reds of autumn are a thrill to her. She enjoys painting “en Plein Air,” outdoors on location, which allows her to get a better sense and atmosphere of a scene than working from photos alone. Although versatile and skilled in most media, she is comfortable with oils and pastels and moves back and forth between the two.

Wells studied art at Victoria College and Texas Academy of Art in Houston, and she continues to improve with study and experimentation. 

Though Wells spent almost 25 years as an artist and illustrator, nine of those at the Texas Parks and Wildlife department, she only strayed from Texas for three years while in the Marine Corps. Although Laguna Beach, Calif. was a tempting place to settle after leaving the service, Texas drew her home.

Wells is a longtime Lakeway resident, having lived here with husband, Fred, since 1990. Several of her paintings of the Lakeway area are featured in Lew Carlson’s book, “Lakeway: Hill Country Community,” a history of our area. 

See more of Wells’ work at the annual Bunkhouse Gallery Show in the spring, the Austin Pastel Society’s annual juried member exhibition, in venues around Lakeway and by appointment in her home studio overlooking Lake Travis in Lakeway.

For more information, visit




Summer fun heats up screens at Lakeway

movie series


The lights of Hollywood will shine on Lakeway this summer for the city’s annual Movies in the Park and Dive-In Movies series.

Beginning in June, the City of Lakeway Parks and Recreation Department will host the free Movies in the Park on Friday evenings at Lakeway City Park, 502 Hurst Creek Road, and Dive-In Movies at Lakeway Swim Center, 3103 Lakeway Blvd. All movies are rated G or PG.

“We invite Lakeway residents to enjoy one of the best deals in town for family entertainment at our summer movies series,” Lakeway Parks and Recreation Director Andra Dearing said. “Watching a movie outdoors at the park or pool is an experience you won’t want to miss this summer.”

The Movies in the Park lineup for 2015 is:

·        The Hero of Color City – June 5;

·        Bears – June 19;

·        The Boxtrolls – July 10;

·        Big Hero 6 – July 24; and,

·        Strange Magic – Aug. 7

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City issues banking services request


Every five years, the City of Lakeway issues a Request For Proposals for banking services.
The deadline to submit RFPs is June 5, 2015, and Lakeway City Council will consider awarding a contract at its June 15, 2015 regular meeting.
For information on the RFP, click on the link below.

Banking Service RFP

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Powell, Massa, Bertram win City Council race

Jim Powell, Ron Massa, and Bridget Bertram will be Lakeway’s newest City Council members after finishing as the top three vote getters in a five-candidate race.

Having secured a plurality of the votes, all three will assume office when they are sworn in at Lakeway City Council’s meeting May 18. No majority was necessary for them to win.

Council incumbent Powell maintained his early voting lead on Election Day to capture 514 total votes, 25 percent.

Lakeway zoning chairman Massa collected 452 total votes, or 22 percent.

Zoning commissioner Bertram won a seat with her third-place tally of 433 votes, or 21 percent.

Former City Councilman Bruce Harris and City Council incumbent Phil Brown both drew 16 percent of the votes with Harris earning 340 total votes and Brown garnering 328 total votes.

The total number of votes in the election was 2,067 with 1,545 of them cast during early voting.

According to unofficial Travis County results released at the close of voting on Election Day, Jim Powell garnered 406 votes (26%) in early voting, Massa collected 349 votes (22%), Bertram tallied 289 votes (19%), Harris drew 260 votes (17%), and Brown earned 241 votes (16%).

Lakeway Mayor-elect Joe Bain, who was unopposed in his bid for mayor, will be sworn in at the next City Council meeting May 18 along with Powell, Massa, and Bertram. Bain takes office from Mayor Dave DeOme who served as mayor for six years and as a council member from 2006-2009....Read on

Election Results


Storm cleanup efforts netting massive tonnage

The City of Lakeway and Progressive Waste Solutions have been working diligently with residents to clean up debris from the recent hail storm, collecting an...… Read on


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City offers "No Solicitation" list to residents

After the recent hail storm, many Lakeway residents have experienced a sharp increase in the number of door-to-door solicitations.… Read on

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Lakeway adopts hands-free ordinance

The City of Lakeway joined the growing list of Texas cities that have passed laws to curtail the use of hand-held mobile communication devices by motor vehicle...… Read on


Lakeway seeks artists for Spring Fine Arts Show


Lakeway Arts Committee is calling for local artists to display their works in a Spring Fine Arts Show by registering from April 8 through May 9 at Lakeway Activity Center.

The show will provide a cost-effective venue for local area artists to display and sell their fine art and allow the public to meet these creative artists and get to know some of their background.

This free exhibition will feature fine art paintings, jewelry, sculpture and pottery created by area artists from 1-5 p.m. May 16 at Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek.

There is no fee for artists to display their art creations, but they must come to the Activity Center to register their participation, provide their contact information and obtain their display locations on a “first come” basis. ...Read on


Arts in the air at Lakeway’s Spring Fine Arts Show


The Lakeway Arts Committee will sponsor a Spring Fine Arts Show from 1-5 p.m. May 16 at Lakeway Activity Center, 105 Cross Creek.

The exhibition and sale will feature fine art paintings, pottery, sculpture and jewelry created by local area artists.

Artists will display their fine art paintings in LAC Rooms A, B, C and F. Fine jewelry, pottery and sculpture will be exhibited outside in the center’s courtyard. Historic and classic fine art will be in Room D.

All fine art will be original and for sale, unless otherwise noted on the piece of art. Checks or cash are preferred.

The LAC break room will be arranged to allow guests to bring their own wine or champagne and their own glasses to enjoy while viewing and shopping for art. Bottled water will be provided.

“Enjoy a pleasant Saturday afternoon in our mild Texas spring to view and purchase fine art creations by our local artists and add a local touch of Texas to your home,” Lakeway Arts Committee member Russ Block said.

For information, contact Block at





Due to scheduling considerations, Lakeway’s annual Memorial Day Service will be held on Friday, May 22, 2015, rather than the traditional last Monday in the month of May. The service will begin at 11 a.m. at the Emmaus Catholic Church, located at 1718 Lohmans Crossing Road in Lakeway. The guest speaker will be retired U.S. Marine Corps Lieutenant General Jeff Howell, a resident of Bee Cave.

Following a distinguished military career, Howell was senior vice president with Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC). He later served as the Director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center until October 2005; he then joined the UT-Austin LBJ School faculty in December 2005.

In collaboration with the City of Lakeway, the Lakeway Heritage Commission, the Lohmann’s Crossing Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and the Lake Travis Standing Military Committee, music for the service this year will be provided by the Lakeway Sing-Along vocalists and musicians.

Questions regarding the Memorial Day service should be directed to the Lakeway Heritage Center at 512-608-9533, or emailed to   


The Lakeway Heritage Center is soliciting annual submissions for the names of past and present local veterans to be engraved on the Heritage Park Spirit of Freedom Monument. The acceptance of applications will close on Friday, August 14, 2015.

Basic eligibility includes having lived within the city limits, or within Lakeway’s extra-territorial jurisdiction. Military service requires that the veteran served on no less than 90-days active-duty, and received an honorable discharge within the following dates* for the respective periods of armed conflict:
WORLD WAR II- December 7, 1941-December 31, 1946.
KOREA- June 27, 1950-January 31, 1955.
VIETNAM- August 5, 1964 (in-country Feb. 28, 1961)-May 7, 1975.
LEBANON- 1982-1983.
PERSIAN GULF- August 2, 1990-April 6, 1991.
GLOBAL WAR ON TERROR- September 11, 2001-present.
*Authorized dates determined by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for related federal benefits.

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2016 Lakeway Residents Directory

Provided by the Lakeway Civic Corporation

If you would like to submit or change your information for the 2016 resident section,
you may do so by sending  your  information to:

Lakeway Civic Corporation
1102 Lohmans Crossing, Lakeway, TX 78734

To email your information, send to

Phone / Fax (512) 261-5203

Please, include your name (as you would like it listed), full address (yes, your zip code...we have several)
 and your telephone number.  

Only Lakeway and The Hills Residents Can Be Listed
(This includes Lakeway, its ETJs and The Hills. )

No minors, please.

Deadline for 2016 resident entries and advertising purchases
is August 13, 2015

Big Band Era!
2nd Monday of the Month

Join us for music of the Big Band Era!  Enjoy a free concert by the 17-piece Republic of Texas Big Band and dance to the Tunes of yesteryear.

Bring your own refreshments as no food or drink items will be severed during the show.  At the Lakeway Activity Center (512-216-1010)

Every 2nd Monday of the month.

Sponsored by the Arts Committee of Lakeway


"Lakeway Community Blood Drive"

The Lakeway Civic Corporation will hold the first Lakeway Community Blood Drive of 2015 on Saturday, January 17. The drive will be held at the Lakeway Activity Center from 8 to 12. Lakeway has been the top producing community drive in the 10 county service area for the last 6 years. The local agency which supplies all of the blood for the area is The Blood Center of Central Texas. All blood collected stays in our service area. In 2014, over 445 units of blood were collected at the Lakeway Drives. In November, 84 donors signed in and 83 units of blood were collected.
To donate, you can make an appointment by going online to and follow the instructions. You can call or email Searcy Willis (the Lakeway Coordinator) at 512-261-9055 or Walk-ins are always welcome but may take longer as appointments are given a priority. For eligibility questions, call, 512-206-1108.


2015 Scheduled Blood Drives

May 23, July 25, Sept 19, Nov 21

8 a.m. to noon 

Searcy Willis, 512-261-9055 or

"The January 17 blood drive netted 75 units of blood.  Helpers were Bob & Caroline Morse, Pricilla Bangs, Collene Devere, Sharon Markham and Deane Willis.  Thanks to the Lakeway Civic Corporation for sponsoring the Blood Drive," Searcy Willis.



Women's Club of Greater Lakeway

The Women's Club of Greater Lakeway is open to all women living within the City of Lakeway and The Hills.
Membership Dues: $30 year.  For more information, contact Nancy Clayton 261-7759.

Meetings: The 4th Monday of the month from September through May (except December)
at The Lakeway Resort and Spa.
Meeting-programs feature informative and entertaining speakers with luncheon by reservation.  Annually there is an October Style Show and a March Dinner Dance.

See Women's Club of Greater Lakeway for monthly calendar and more information.


Men's Breakfast Club

Meets every Wednesday morning at 7 a.m. in the Activity Center.

All residents are welcome. 
Meeting Schedule for monthly calendar.






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City of Lakeway Deer Management Information

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Blog by Joe Bain, lAKEWAY CITY council MEMBER

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Lakeway Activity Center


LAC events complete information as of April on



LITTLE PICASSO’S:  Ms. Suzanne is back and kid’s LOVE her art classes!!  This incredible program is designed for kids 3-5 years of age. Kids will really get into their projects and express their creativity and artistic individuality!  Each class will have a different project consisting of a variety of colors and 2D or 3D creations.  ALL SUPPLIES ARE INCLUDED, students are encouraged to use their imagination and bring their energy for these fun-filled classes.  $130 Member / $145 Non-Member

We are a few below the minimum, so call and sign up today (and please let your friends know)!  There are two classes to choose: 

·      Tuesdays, 11am-12pm –April 21-May 26

·      Fridays, 9am-10am – April 24-May 29



FENCING:  (7 yrs & up)  Students learn the basics of the three swords used in the Olympics.  Skills in attacking and defending, footwork, blade work, agility, balance, strategy, sportsmanship and the rules of the game are all part of this fun and world popular sport!  ALL SUPPLIES INCLUDED!  Students MUST wear long comfortable pants, athletic shoes and t-shirt.  Instructor:  Prevost d' Armes Coach Murray with years of experience opening and running fencing programs and competitions (even has had his previous students compete in the Olympics).  Adults are welcome to participate in this class as students will be separated by age and skill level.  Not sure?  Come and “try before you buy”.  MUST RSVP to ensure space availability.  512-261-1010  Mondays, April 20-June 1st, 5:30pm-6:30pm.  $130 Member / $150 Non-Member



GARAGE SALE:  Don’ forget, this Saturday (April 18th) is the always popular Indoor City Wide Garage Sale at Lakeway Activity Center – 105 Cross Creek.  No admission, but we do collect non-perishable food items which will be donated to local charities.  Please help us help our neighbors in need.  The garage sale is from 8am-12pm and you really will be amazed at treasures you will discoverThe following sale is scheduled for June 20; Members can purchase booths for $25 on Monday April 20th;  Non-Members booth price is $35 and can sign up beginning May 4th





Please go to our website: for additional information or call us at 512-261-1010.



Lake Travis Community Library




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May 2015

Artist Donna Overly will exhibit her paintings and poetry during the month of March at the Lake Travis Community Library. Initially drawn to creative expression through watercolor, Donna was eventually led to pursue a Studio Art degree at the University of Texas in the early 2000s. Since graduating from UT in 2005, she has been actively working to promote art in the Greater Austin Area.

Donna Overly’s artwork in acrylics, pastels and watercolor, as well as the poetry that inspired them, will be on display at the Lake Travis Community Library through the month of March. Overly will be available for questions and discussion of her work at a reception on Saturday, March 7th from 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. The public is invited to on


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Lake Travis Community Library Offers April Programs


Lake Travis Community Library offers dozens of fun and educational programs during the month of April. Do you want to learn how to Facetime on your iPad and iPhone? Are you suddenly single and in need of a survival kit to get you through the transition? Are you interested in Texans participation in the American Civil War? Do you have questions about Social Security? Have you thought about the goals you would like to accomplish in retirement? Do you like to shop for inexpensive books?  In addition to our regular weekly programs, the library will hold the following special events in on



1,000 Books Before Kindergarten


The Lake Travis Community Library has recently launched the new program 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten. The program is part of a national campaign that aims to set a foundation for education and life-long reading skills. Studies have shown that families who start reading aloud to their children at birth help to strengthen language skills and build vocabulary - two important tools for beginning to learn.


“We have hundreds of children attend our story times and programs at the library every week, but we want to encourage reading at home as well,” said Lake Travis Community Library Director Morgan McMillian. “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten is a great way to encourage and reward early readers. We know that strong language and literacy skills pay off later in life!”


LeAnna Hart recently registered her son, three year old Cash, in the program.


"We are a library family. In our house, we always say that we love to read because it’s good for the brain,” said LeAnna Hart. “And more than that, reading is an important developmental life skill that I want my children to learn early."

Children who are not yet in kindergarten and their parents can simply keep track of how many books they read and earn prizes for every 100-book milestone. The books can be read together or individually, listened to on audiobook or at a story time, read online, and the same book can read multiple times. Informational fliers and logs are available in the Children’s Room. Prizes include stickers, a Sonic ice cream cone, a library tote bag, a free book, a library picture frame, and a t-shirt. Register at the library anytime to participate.


The 1,000 Books Foundation, which initiated the program in 2013, is a nonprofit public charity with a mission “to promote reading to newborns, infants, and toddlers and to encourage parent and child bonding through reading.”


“We want to encourage children to be lifelong learners and readers,” said McMillian. “The 1,000 Books program is designed to engage and motivate families while building bright futures for our youngest generation. Our expert librarians are always available to help with book recommendations. While 1,000 books may seem daunting, reading only three books a day will result in a total of 1,095 books read in a year.”


Please contact the library for more information at 263-2885 or visit  All library programs are free and open to the public.





Judie Bordic


Artist Judie Bordic will exhibit her work at the Lake Travis Community Library during the month of May. Bordic grew up in eastern Pennsylvania and moved to the Houston area in the 1970s. She completed her nursing education with an MSN at the University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston. Around this time, she also began to pursue an interest in drawing and painting. As she developed her technique, she explored fiber arts, watercolor, acrylic and oil painting as well as marbling and mixed-media. After much experimenting with various art forms, she became fascinated with Chinese calligraphy and watercolor. Chinese painting and calligraphy distinguish themselves from other cultural arts because they emphasize motion and are charged with dynamic life. This vibrant and nature based process became her primary focus and passion, which is often evident in her mixed-media pieces as well. ...Read on




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