Lake Charlene Homeowners Association

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Title Companies: mail estoppel requests to the LCHA Treasurer at the mailing address below. Annual HOA dues are $140 in 2021 and go up $10 each year. You may contact the LCHA Treasurer at his office 850-457-9301.

Realtors: please be sure to review our association Covenants and Restrictions with your buyers.

LCHA Mailing Address:  
Please mail to this address 1) all annual dues payments in January
                                            2) estoppel requests anytime, and 
                                            3) new resident directory information forms.
     Lake Charlene HOA
     P.O. Box 36277
     Pensacola, FL 32516


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LCHA Board
President:             Dean Kirschner      458-7988       
Vice President 1:  Buddy Macon         453-1424
Vice President 2:  Victor Everett          902-9409
Treasurer:             Steve Erickson       457-9301    
Secretary:           Cassie Hamblen 785-760-3073   

Architecture Committee:
Tom Jones, chair                                   458-6730 

Hospitality Committee: needs a chairman

Maintenance Committee:
Don Hamblen, chair                              785--760-1154

Covenants & Restrictions Committee:
     Dean Kirschner, chair                           458-7988   
     Martha Krehely                                     456-3731

Newsletter Committee:
     Cassie Hamblen                    785-378-2354

Neighborhood Watch
NW means simply keeping an eye out on homes nearby. Join by coming to a meeting or emailing:
     Don Hamblen, Pres.                      785-760-1154
     Jeanne Hooper, VP                             637-2075    

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Pensacola, Florida 32506
Save Our Ducks


Lake Charlene's ducks can be charming. But we hurt them when we feed them unhealthy food.

  • Bread makes them ill
  • Rotting bread pollutes the water

Good foods they like:

  • cracked corn or birdseed
  • cut seedless grapes
  • cooked rice
  • peas, oats, chopped lettuce