Committees & Clubs

Committees & Clubs
Fawn Lake offers you many opportunities to become active within the Community with a wide range of committees and clubs.

The Fawn Lake Community Association (FLCA) Board of Directors has established seven Committees that are active within the Community. In addition, there are a number of yearly and seasonal recognized groups/clubs and fee-based classes.

The mission statement for each Committee is listed below and the Application for Membership can be found on the Association Forms page in the Members Area of the website. Additional information regarding to Committee membership can be obtained by calling the Committee Chairs found on the Committee Page in the Members Area or by calling 540-972-5656.

Membership in any of the FLCA yearly and seasonal recognized groups/clubs is open to all Fawn Lake property owners. If you would like to establish a recognized group/club, please note that there must be a minimum of 10 members and 90% of the members must be Fawn Lake property owners. The preferred percentage is 100%, with the sole intent of the group/club to enhance Fawn Lake living for property owners. Groups requesting to be an FLCA recognized group/club must submit a written request to the Commons Committee stating the purpose, number of members (property owners and non-property owners), and the meeting days/times. An application to become a recognized group can be found on the Association Forms page in the Members Area of the website. Additional information pertaining to the benefits of applying to be an FLCA recognized group/club can be obtained by calling 540-972-1000.

In addition, the FLCA sponsors several events throughout the year to include: an annual Easter Egg Hunt, Fourth of July Celebration, Fall Craft Fair, Storytime with Santa and many more. To learn more about these activities, please call 540-972-1000.

Fawn Lake Committees (Active)


To develop and recommend revision of policies, procedures, and practices which ensure all new homes and modifications to existing homes meet or exceed the standards set forth in the Declarations of Fawn Lake and the Design Review and Construction Manual.


To monitor compliance with the standards set forth in the Declaration for Fawn Lake (hereafter referred to as the Declaration).


To review and make recommendations to the Board regarding the use and maintenance of the physical community facilities with the exception of the dam and the lake itself.


To assist in the development of yearly FLCA operating budgets, to review monthly financial income and expense statements, and to review and make recommendations on fee structure for all FLCA facilities.


To assist the Finance Committee in the assessment, maintenance, and periodic update of FLCA reserve funds, to review reserve expenditures, and to review and make recommendations to the Finance Committee on additions or modifications to the reserve funds structure for all FLCA facilities.


To monitor the quality of the lake and to recommend programs to maintain the quality of the water and the lake environment.


To review and make recommendations to the Board regarding rules and regulations for the lake, including permitted and non-permitted uses, compliance and enforcement issues, and boat regulations.


To review and monitor all aspects of loss prevention in the Fawn Lake community, and to make recommendations to the Board for improvements.

Fawn Lake Clubs

Needlework Club

If you like to knit, quilt, cross stitch, crochet, needlepoint, embroider, smock or do any other handwork, please join our bi-monthly get-togethers. We welcome new members. We meet on the second Monday of each month at 1:30 PM at the Community Clubhouse. Bring whatever project you are working on and spend a couple of hours stitching with us.


We manage the Dog Park, which is a very safe place for your pet to run and play. For the dogs, we have mowed insect treated grass, cold water, doggie bags and tennis balls. As a community service, we keep a list of dogs and cats in Fawn Lake, one copy with us, one copy at the Security Gates and another at the Community Center. If you would like to add your cats or dogs to our list, please contact either of the ladies below. We have been able to help find both lost dogs and cats.

Ladies Bible Study

The Fawn Lake Ladies’ Bible Study meets at the Fawn Lake Country Club Dining Room. Our study is a Christian, Bible-based study, and all are welcome.

Happy Painters Club

The Happy Painters Club meets in the Community Clubhouse.

Alley Cats/Spin Offs

The Alley Cats, a Ladies’ Bowling League, bowls on Tuesday mornings (bi-monthly), beginning in early September through early April. The Spin Offs, a Coed Summer League, bowls on Mondays beginning in May through August. All levels of bowlers are welcome.

Fitness Classes

For an up-to-date list of all our fitness classes please contact 540-972-1000.

Adult Christian Fellowship Club

The Adult Christian Fellowship Club meets in the Community Clubhouse.

Yacht Club

A social club for all ages with or without a boat. The FLYC sponsors several annual neighborhood events with an emphasis on good times and great friends.

Nifty After Fifty Club

Nifty After Fifty is a social group that sponsors various community events and local fundraisers. All events are open to the entire community. All adults are welcome.

Garden and Home Club

The Garden Club meets in the Pole Barn. They always welcome new members.

Quilters Club

The Fawn Lake Quilters meet in the Boardroom at the Community Clubhouse. All quilters are welcome.

Book Club

The Fawn Lake Book Club meets in the Community Clubhouse. We maintain the library with approximately 1800 paperback and hardback books in the clubhouse. We stock mostly fiction, biography and nonfiction and do not have room for travel, cookbooks, fly fishing, craft, and children books. Check out is easy and donations can be dropped off at the same time.

Men’s Christian Fellowship (MCF)

The MCF provides an organized forum for Christian men to grow spiritually in our daily walk and to come to know one another better through regular fellowship. MCF welcomes all men of all faiths and denominations to come together with us for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer.


If you are interested in going to musical events or joining a musical organization such as the Rappahannock Pops or Fredericksburg Community Concert Band, get on the MusiConnection email list.

For The Love Of Music

Come join the fun. For the Love of Music is the club that is the contact for anyone in Fawn Lake interested in joining the Spotsylvanians, a chorus that serves Fawn Lake residents. Spend some time singing with your neighbors or work with us behind the scenes fundraising, advertising, designing stage layouts, program design and content editing and singing with lots of energy at local concerts.

Fawn Lake Ski Club

We will be meeting at the marina on most Saturday mornings throughout the summer for ski show practice.

Suppers for Seven

Suppers for Seven is a wonderful dining experience among friends. The purpose is fellowship – a chance to get to know more of your Fawn Lake neighbors. Participants are placed in a group of four couples or singles. Each group meets four times, once in each of the participants’ homes. The hosts provide the entrée and the others bring another part of the meal (appetizer, salad, dessert). This is not a gourmet group. The food is secondary to good conversation. New residents are especially welcomed, as are singles.