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What a magnificent time to visit the Smoky Mountains! Soon we will be admiring Mother

Natures kaleidoscope of colors and enjoying crisp, sunny days and cooler nights. From the sound

of our fall forecast, we are looking at one of the most amazing display of colors in years. This will

be a perfect time to take a drive through Cades Cove or Newfound Gap. If hiking is your idea of

adventure, you should stop by the Sugarlands Visitor Center and find out which trail is right for

you.

Now, if all you need is some R & R, hanging out at the resort may be just what the doctor ordered!

You may choose to sit by the fire pit or the mountain stream and enjoy your surroundings or for

our more competitive guests, we have horse shoes, corn hole, and ping pong available. There is

something for everyone.

Our staff has been busy doing what they do best, taking care of you and the resort! We have

accomplished many things on our to do list this season. Building 4 received new window

treatments and duvets. We replaced numerous Jacuzzi tubs, guest bath tubs, and TVs in Building

4A. Buildings 1, 2, and 3 received all new mattresses. Other items that were completed include

the exterior painting of Building 1 and the replacement of the railing on Building 5.

We are gearing up for an exciting fall and winter season! The activity staff is looking forward to

their annual decorating day and cant wait to bring out the scarecrows and pumpkins! If you need

help planning what to do while you are here, stop by and see Jessica, Penny, and Mark. They will

be happy to help you.

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome our new maintenance manager, Tony Hawks, to

our team. Tony brings with him over twenty years experience in the engineering field. He is

excited to work with our seasoned team and looks forward to overseeing the maintenance

department for many years to come.

As always, we look forward to seeing you and providing you with the best vacation experience

possible!

Best Regards,

Karrie Newsome

Resort General Manager

SEPTEMBER TWO THOUSAND FIFTEEN

A TREE TOPS RESORT HOMEOWNERS PUBLICATION

RESORT MANAGERS UPDATE

Front Desk / Check-in Office Phone: 865.436.6559

Fax: 865.436.6196

Email: [email protected]

Rentals Phone: 865.436.6559

Flex Week Reservations Phone: 865.430.4237

Email:

[email protected]

Karrie Newsome,

General Manager Phone: 865.436.6559 Email:

[email protected]

Activities Phone: 865.436.6559

Fax: 865.286.2198 Email:

[email protected]

RCI Weeks: 800.338.7777

RCI Points: 877.968.7476

II: 800.828.8200

Administrative Offices Maintenance Fees, Deeding, and

Ownership Changes

Phone: 865.428.6039 x14, x15 or x16 Fax: 865.428.8930

Email:

[email protected]

CONTACT INFORMATION

290 Sherman Clabo Rd Gatlinburg, TN 37738

Activities Department Update

Hello from activities! It has been a lovely summer so far and fall is right around the corner! As usual there are lots of great area

activities happening throughout the rest of the year.

If craft shows interest you, then there are plenty to choose from. Gatlinburg Craftsmen Fair will be held October 8-25th, the Great

Smoky Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts show is November 24-29th and the Great Smoky Christmas Arts & Crafts show is November

30th December 6th.

Fall is always special for us in the Smokies. There are so many things to do that it is hard to list all of them. The Taste of Autumn

is on September 17th, where you can sample great food from area restaurants and help raise money for United Way. Another fun

filled event is Ober Gatlinburgs Oktoberfest. You can celebrate Oktoberfest in a big way with food and music from September

25th November 2nd. For more information, be sure to visit www.gatlinburg.com for a more detailed list of events.

Winter gets kicked off in grand style with the Winter Magic Kickoff & chili cook-off. This event is on November 11th. Be sure to

head down early that day as we celebrate Veterans Day with live music and speakers. Dont forget about the famous Fantasy of

Lights parade on December 4th. This is a must do at least once in your life!

As always our staff is here to help you in any way possible! Let us know how we can make your vacation one to remember!

We hope to see yall soon!

Jessica Newsome

Activities Director

It is the obligation of each owner to maintain current

contact information with Tree Tops Resort. Tree Tops

Resort will mail any required communication to the name

(s) and address on file and will assume that the information

is current.

An owner may submit a change of address to Tree Tops

Resort by mailing the new information to the

Administrative Offices at PO Box 4960, Sevierville, TN

37864, sending via fax to 865.428.8930 or calling

865.428.6039, extension 15 or 16.

If an owner sells or transfers ownership, that owner is

required to send the following to the Administrative

Offices: copy of a recorded deed in the new owner(s) name,

address and telephone number of the new owner(s), a

statement indicating the first year of occupancy for the new

owner(s), and a $75 transfer fee made payable to Tree Tops

Resort. If the owner is an RCI Points member, the owner is

required to also cancel the membership or transfer the

membership to the new owner. An owner may contact RCI

at 877.968.7476 for the required paperwork.

Annual maintenance fee invoices are mailed to all owners

in late November. If the maintenance fee invoice is

returned by the post office because the owner has moved

and not notified Tree Tops Resort, a rebilling fee of $5.00

will be assessed to the owners account.

CONTACT INFORMATION &

OWNERSHIP CHANGES

OCTOBER EVENTS

~October Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays Ripleys Fright Nights

Location: Ripleys Haunted Adventure

Phone: 865-430-9991 Website: http://www.ripleys.com/gatlinburg/fright-nights/

~October 8-25 Gatlinburg Craftsmens Fair

Location: Gatlinburg Convention Center

Phone: 865-436-7479

NOVEMBER EVENTS

~November 11 Winter Magic Kickoff & Chili Cookoff

Location: Downtown Gatlinburg

Website:http://www.gatlinburg.com/events/details.aspx?id=11

~November 11 Gatlinburg Winter Magic

Location: Gatlinburg

~November 11 Veterans Day Celebration

Location: Gatlinburg

Website:http://www.gatlinburg.com/events/details.aspx?id=14

~Nov 24-29 Great Smoky Thanksgiving Arts & Crafts Show

Location: Gatlinburg Convention Center

Website:http://www.gatlinburgcrafts.com/craftshows.htm

DECEMBER EVENTS

~Throughout Dec Gatlinburg Winter Magic

Location: Gatlinburg

~Nov 30-Dec 6 Great Smoky Christmas Arts & Crafts Show

Location: Gatlinburg Convention Center

Website:http://www.gatlinburgcrafts.com/craftshows.html

~December 4 Gatlinburg Christmas Parade

Location: Downtown Gatlinburg along the Parkway

Time: 7:30pm

~December 31 New Years Eve Ball Drop And Fireworks Show

Location: Around the intersection of Parkway and Historic Nature Trail at the base of

the Space Needle

Time: Late Evening

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SLATE FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS TREE TOPS RESORT CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION

GORDON ANDERSON

Mr. Anderson and his wife, Deloris, have been Tree Tops

homeowners since 1986. In addition to their Tree Tops ownership,

they own timeshares in Las Vegas and San Diego. He continues to

have a personal interest in being a voice for Tree Tops

homeowners in protecting the value and integrity of the resort.

Mr. Anderson earned his Masters Degree from Alabama A&M

University and his BS in Vocational Education from Auburn

University. His work experience began as a teacher of building

trades and home improvement contracting. He retired from TVA

after 20 years of managing training programs for construction and

maintenance trades. He also served four years as a Director in the

National Management Association while working with TVA.

Presently, Mr. Anderson is an Enrollment Consultant/Manager

with Unum Disability Insurance Company in Ch