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Mary Lee Parrish King, 72, passed away on Thursday afternoon, December 1, 2016, at Wesley Long Hospital. Click here
Neighborhood Watch ProgramThe next Watch meeting for everyone in the neighborhood is Tuesday, April 28. We only meet once every other month, so please plan to attend. Our watch officer will discuss the recent break-ins that we had in Winsome, along with other safety matters.
The meeting will be held at 7:00 PM at the fire station just outside our main entrance on Hwy 158. Please mark your calender to attend this 30-45 minute meeting.John Guilford
Security Team Leader
and Watch Captain
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Request a Repair
In the advent of an damaged or non-function Street light, please request a repair. through Duke Energy.
School Bus Pickups
Starting Monday, September 10th, the express bus for the middle and high school will be making 3 stops in Winsome Forest in the morning and in the afternoon as well as a 4th stop at the entrance to the pool parking lot.
Please be aware that along with more neighborhood traffic there will be many kids walking to these stops between 6:40am-6:55am and 3:25pm-3:40pm.
Latest General Newsletter
Our PondRecently, we had our pond water analyzed by the NC Agricultural extension in Rockingham to assess its possible phosphorous or nitrogen levels and any possible effluents that may be coming from our neighbor's Walker Lake farm, east of us. The results show there are no elevated levels of phosphorous or nitrogen nor are their any Effluents or animal wastes. The ncda lab engineer Jason Byrd explained we should have little trouble ridding our pond of the watermeal bloom (the green aquatic plant that is blanketing our pond.) To read the ncda lab report. Click here (requires Acrobat reader)
Where We Are
Winsome Forest is located near Greensboro just across the Guilford County line in Rockingham County on Hwy 158. Take Hwy 220 North coming from Greensboro to Hwy 158. Turn right onto Hwy 158 and travel 5 miles and Winsome Forest will be on your left.
Take 220 N. to Strawberry Road. Right onto Hwy 150 to Lake Brandt Road. Turn left onto Lake Brandt Road and go to Witty Road and turn right. Take Witty Road to Hwy 158. Turn right on Hwy 158 and go approximately 1 mile. Winsome Forest will be on your left. If you go past Flintrock Farm, you went too far,Or if you are coming from downtown, take Church Street North from Greensboro. Turn left on Hwy 158. Directions and Maps. Lose Something? Check Lost and Found
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