2021 EPOA Annual Meeting

EPOA Annual Meeting via Zoom

We hope that you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy. It has been a challenging year, and hopefully, we see the light at the end of the tunnel. 

For everyone’s safety concerns, the EPOA has decided to do a Zoom call for our Annual EPOA Meeting on Saturday, May 29, at 9 am. 

Here’s the Zoom link: 
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You can dial in from your phone if you are not near your computer. If you are unfamiliar with using Zoom, here’s a quick how-to video tutorial.

Volunteers Needed for Mulching

After the EPOA Annual Meeting, we will be spreading mulch in different areas of Eidelweiss.  With enough volunteers, it should only take about 30 minutes or so. 

Join our Board

We are also looking for new volunteers to join the EPOA Board this year. Volunteer to be on the Board or being an alternate. Please email us if you are interested in volunteering. We would love to chat with you.  

2021 EPOA Membership Dues 

Please help us continue with our mission of sustaining our village’s quality of living and environment. The membership dues help cover the cost of programs such as the Pea Porridge Ponds water testing, beautifying common areas, mowing, community events, and much more. 

Thank you to those of you who have supported us last year so we can continue with making Eidelweiss a vibrant community. Paying by PayPal is available and preferred! Property owners’ dues are $30, and landowners’ dues are $15. To pay online, please click on the PayPal button below or the link here. Thank you.

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Pictures from 2020 Columbus Day weekend walk and highway cleanup

Hello Everyone, 

We had a great turnout for the second Fall walk during Columbus Day weekend. We had beautiful weather and many people stopped by for coffee, cider, and donuts. It was great to see everyone, including kids and dogs from the neighborhood. We also organized a highway cleanup along Route 113. Thank you to Bob Ingram, who organized the cleanup, and to the many volunteers who helped on a gorgeous Saturday morning. We collected 28 bags of garbage with lots of beverage cans and bottles. The volunteers who came out to help were John, Sharon, Bob, Phil, Julie, Susu, Bev, Kerry, Roger, and Janet. Click here for the pictures from 2020 and 2019: https://flic.kr/ps/Mra2R

The EPOA was unable to organize our regular social events indoors this year due to the pandemic, but we had fun seeing some of you outdoors.  At least during this year, we were fortunate to be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery of Eidelweiss. We hope that 2021 will enable us to do some more outdoor events.

Thank you for your support.  Happy Holidays!
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Pictures from the 2019 Fall Foliage Walk

Here are the pictures from the 2019 Fall Foilage Walk. Click on the picture to the link to Flicker Gallery or click on this link: https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/69jL7X
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Presentation on Pea Porridge Water and Invasive Aquatic Plants

It was wonderful having Sara Steiner to present on our pond water quality and invasive aquatic plants commonly found in NH On September 14, 2019, at the Lodge. Sara is the VLAP Coordinator for Watershed Management Bureau at the NH Department of VLAPEnvironmental Services.

The presentation was well-attended with over twenty residents and they asked a lot of questions concerning the environment.  Here are some notes that we took from the meeting.

Overall, our pond water is in good shape compared to the other lakes. The PH is slightly below average. Sara said using phosphorus-free fertilizer will help to keep the quality of the pond water. Just because fertilizer is organic, it doesn’t mean phosphorus-free.

It is important to know the capacity of your septic tank and if you have more people such as renters using your septic tank than it’s intended for, it could cause sewage runoffs. Septic tank should be pumped every 3 years and every year if your property is on the shore.

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Chinese mystery snail is super invasive and depletes the natural organisms in the ponds. Water fleas – Asian clams

Cyanobacteria happen when the water gets warmer and it can be toxic for dogs and caused a rash on humans.

For more information about invasive aquatic plants, click on the following link to her presentation:  https://eidelweissvillage.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/peaporridge-madison-20190914.pdf

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Pictures from EPOA Annual Beach Cookout

Here are the pictures from the EPOA Annual Beach Cookout. The pictures were taken by our Treasurer, Mark Graffan.

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Pictures from EPOA’s Pig Roast Dinner

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Oct 22: Pictures from Mexican Shared Dinner & Highway cleanup

Here are the pictures from our year-end social event and highway cleanup on the same day.

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Pictures from Columbus Day 2016 Beach Walk

On a beautiful Columbus Day Sunday, we had our first EPOA Beach Walk.  Mark and Dinah helped organize a coffee stop with Duncan Donuts coffee, Donuts/Munchkins, and Fresh Apple Cider at the Big Loop Canal. Judging from the pictures, everyone had a great time hanging out on a nice fall day.

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September 1: Raised the flag

The EPOA has replaced the old flag with a new one. Here are the pictures were taken from September 1. Thank you to everyone who came to help.

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Pictures from the Pig Roast 8/20

On a sunny Summer day in August, the pig roast was served to over 65 Eidelweiss residents and friends at the Lodge.  Great turnout and a wonderful day.  Here were some pictures from the feast.


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