June 2014 Newsletter

The PDF version of this month’s newsletter can be downloaded here: WLF June 2014 Newsletter

To All of Our Neighbors,

As we look forward to the beginning of summer, continued warm weather, backyard grilling and the outdoors, please take a moment to say hello to your neighbors. We have had a bit of a rocky start to the pool season, but we think the people who have been able to brave the cold water have enjoyed the pool and all of our amenities in the park area. The younger, more agile ones appear to be having a good time at the basketball court.

We look forward to meeting several of you at the neighborhood watch block parties that will be scheduled throughout the community. We will be a neighborhood of 1,000 homes, all of which are members of neighborhood watch, please keep an eye out to make sure everyone and everything is safe and sound. If you would like to do more for neighborhood watch and/or any other committee, please check out the calendar of events for meeting dates and times. All committees could use help in some way.

For those of you asking about Board Meetings, once we hear from the builder members of the Board, we will schedule a meeting date and time. We will get the word out as best we can through the website. If you have not signed up, we encourage you to do so. This is the best way for us to inform everyone in the neighborhood.

Have a great Summer,
David and Tracy

 

June Calendar

1 WELCOME COMMITTEE MEETING
   7 PM – PARK PAVILION

2 TRASH & COMPOST

9 TRASH & RECYCLE
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH MEETING
   7 PM – PARK PAVILION 

12 CORE COMMITTEE MEETING
    7 PM – PARK PAVILION

16 TRASH & COMPOST

23 TRASH & RECYCLE

30 TRASH & COMPOST

 

Pool Updates

Pool Hours: Tuesday – Sunday 5:00am to 9:00pm
CLOSED Mondays for cleaning and maintenance.

Lifeguard Hours : Tuesday – Friday  12:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday and Sunday 9:00am to 9:00pm

If you still need a new pool key card, log on to poolkey.com to request one online. If you are having issues with your key card not working, please contact our property manager, Jim Smitherman at jim.smitherman@goodwintx.com or via phone at 512.502.2114

 

Reminder: Trash Cans to Remain Hidden

Violation Notices & Fines will resume this month

Remember that the board voted to resume enforcing our current DCCRS which state that trash cans must be hidden from street view. Violation notices and fines will resume starting June 1, 2014. If someone has a suggestion to cover the trash cans and still follow DCCRs please contact us.

“DCCR 6.7 Uses Specificallv Prohibited (i) No Lot or other area of the Property shall be used as a dumping ground for rubbish or accumulation of unsightly materials of any kind, including without limitation, broken or rusty equipment, disassembled or inoperative cars and discarded appliances and furniture. Trash, garbage or other waste shall be kept in sanitary containers and concealed from public view except on designated trash collection days. All containers for the storage or other disposal of such material shall be kept in clean and sanitary condition. Materials incident to construction of improvements may only be stored on Lots during construction of the improvement thereon.”

 

CPR & First Aid Training

There has been an increased interest in CPR and First Aid training and certification. We have begun to contact programs about providing a training specifically for Waterleaf residents. In order to bring one of these programs to Waterleaf, we need to have a definite head count to minimize costs for everyone. Once we have established an interest, we will move forward with planning dates and times for training. It would likely be on a weekend due to the time required for the class.

If you would be interested in attending, please e-mail the Communication Committee at waterleafcommunication@gmail.com with the subject: “CPR and First Aid Training.” Please provide your name, e-mail and number of people who would attend (including yourself). We will e-mail you to let you know if/when a class is scheduled. Be assured that the provider we choose will be a certified trainer with the American Heart Association.

 

Drowning Prevention Tips

Summer is in full swing and the Waterleaf Pool is everyone’s favorite place to cool off.  It is important to learn about water safety to protect children from drowning.  Visit colinshope.org for more drowning prevention tips.

Drowning Prevention Tips from Colin's Hope

Drowning Prevention Tips from Colin’s Hope

 

Caution! Kids at Play

caution_KIDS_AT_PLAY_1024x1024The last day of school for Hays CISD is Friday, June 6th. That means the kids will be playing outside, visiting the pool and parks around the neighborhood.

Here are some tips to keep kids safe this summer:

Pool Safety: Visit Colin’s Hope for drowning prevention tips and to review water safety with your child.

Prevent Sunburn: Wear Sunscreen when playing outside or swimming

Prevent Bites & Stings: Wear Insect repellant when outdoors

Playground safety: Check playground before letting kids play for hot surfaces and unsafe areas. Make sure kids do not have clothing so loose that it can catch on equipment. Also encourage closed-toe shoes over flip flops to protect feet.

Bike Safety: Always wear a helmet when bike riding.

Stay Cool: Heat exhaustion and heat stroke can be very serious for children. Make sure kids come in for breaks and drink plenty of water. Signs of heat exhaustion include feeling thirsty, fatigue, cramps (legs or abdominal). Signs of heatstroke include dizziness, trouble breathing, headaches, rapid heartbeat, nausea, vomiting and changes in blood pressure.

Drivers, please use extra caution while driving. Slow down when you are driving through the neighborhood and come to a complete stop at stop signs. Be mindful of children playing and treat their safety as if it were your own child. Stay safe and have fun!

 

Neighborhood Watch Tuesday Tips

It’s snake season again. A few things to remember to help avoid snake bites. Although non-venomous snakes are actually beneficial (if unnerving) to have in your yard the venomous variety are the ones you should be most concerned with. The best way to avoid encountering a snake is to remove the things around your yard that could make it a haven for them. There are some steps you can take to remove food and shelter for them. Get rid of any rock piles, brush piles and mulch piles, keep your grass well-mowed and trimmed. In addition eliminate piles of lumber, debris, firewood, tin and plastic.

Visit WaterleafFalls.com for more information and to sign-up for e-mail updates for the rest of this month’s tips.

 

Waterleaf Police Blotter

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UpcomingEvents

 

 

2nd_annual_pet_fairKyle Animal Control 2nd Annual Pet Fair
Saturday, June 7, 2014
City Square Park – 101 S. Burleson St.
11:00 am to 2:00 pm

Bring your favorite animals out for a fun afternoon with your family and friends to enjoy vendors/booths, Animal Control information and pet registration, vaccine clinic, food, bouncy castle, contests, K-9 demo and much more. For more information about this event contact Briana at bbrecher@cityofkyle.com

 

 

 

 

Concert For a CauseConcerts for a Cause: Brotherhood of the Girl
Saturday, June 7, 2014
Milt’s BBQ – 208 W Center St
5:30 pm to 8:00 pm

First Saturdays are to raise money and awareness for a different charity that does good in Kyle. This month’s concert benefits Hope & Love 4 Kids Entry is by donation and 100% of donations are given the the charity of the month.

 

 

 

despicable-me-2-Movie in the Park
Friday, June 13, 2014
Lake Kyle Amphitheater – 700 Lehman Rd

Movie begins 30 minutes after sunset

Join us for a special showing of Despicable Me 2 at Lake Kyle. Bring your own lawn chairs, blankets and snacks and enjoy a fun family evening. To see the summer movie schedule, visit the city website: cityofkyle.com/recreation/movies-park-3

 

 

Buda Movies in the Park
Buda City Park – 204 San Antonio Rd 78610
Movies start at 9 pm

Bring the family, lawn chairs, blanket, picnic basket, and dog for a night under the stars and enjoy a family friendly movie. Paid concessions will be available.

June 6 – Frozen       June 13 – Brave      June 20 – Mary Poppins       June 27 – Wizard of Oz

 

 

San Marcos 6th Annual Daddy/Daughter Dance
Friday, June 13, 2014 – 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
San Marcos Activity Center – 501 E Hopkins 78666

Young ladies, ages 1+, join us for our 6th annual Daddy-Daughter Dance the Friday before Father’s Day! It will be a semi-formal dance with music of all generations and types, cookies and punch, goodies from Mia Bella Bakery, polaroid photos for $3, crafts and more! There will also be a special treat for each girl that attends! Cost is $5/person and you can bring your dad, your uncle, a family friend or any other father-figure in your life! Starting June 9, the price goes up to $10 and if you buy on the day of, the price is $15. You can sign up ahead of time at the Parks and Recreation Main Office by calling (512.393.8400) or by registering in person (401 E. Hopkins) now!

 

San Marcos Midsummer Celebration
Saturday, June 21, 2014 – 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm
San Marcos Nature Center

Join us for a celebration of the longest day of the year. Arts and Crafts Market, Wandering Minstrels, Children’s Activities, Fairy Costume Contest  FREE Attendance. Enjoy a family night out in the beautiful wildscape gardens 430 Riverside Drive, next to Tourist Info Center on the access road of Interstate 35 South (Across Riverside from Herbert’s Taco Hut)

Please note: if you are using a GPS the address of 430 Riverside will take you to a back parking lot. Entering 498 Riverside gives better results and gets you closer to the building. We face the I35 frontage road.

 

 

Committee Updates

 

CORE Committee Meeting

Thursday, June 12, 2014

7:00 PM – Park Pavilion

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Welcome Committee Meeting

Sunday, June 1, 2014
7:00 pm – Park Pavilion

Are you looking for FREE advertisement for your business? Contact the Welcome Committee and/or attend our meeting to find out how!

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Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Monday, June 9, 2014
7:00 PM – Park Pavilion

Join us Monday, June 9, 7:00pm to meet Mike Leas from Breadcrumbs Child Identification. He will cover how to handle the emergency situation of missing children and adults. Texas DPS will also be our guest, discussing Amber and Silver Alerts.

Thank you to Officer Plant from Kyle Police Department for holding our monthly meeting this past month. He updated us on the local crimes in Kyle and our neighborhood, future department plans which include a few new exciting programs for citizens, ideas for building the Neighborhood Watch, and a question answer chat with the neighbors present. Also mentioned, with summer comes an increase of crime. Keep cars, garages, windows and doors locked! Leave porch lights on every evening. Do not be an easy target for theft. The Department is researching Nextdoor.com, the app that is the buzz around the neighborhood and so far they are fans!

Officer Plant noted that calls from our neighborhood regarding suspicious people and/or vehicles are up for the last few months and for us to continue to call in whatever we see that looks out of place. As a reminder the non emergency number is (512) 268-3232 and of course for emergency 911.

We had a few new residents attend which was great to see and talked about our future plans. We will continue having monthly meetings with guest speakers on different topics. Planning National Night Out is in the works even though the date is not until the first Tuesday in October. Neighborhood Watch will begin it’s Tuesday Tips this month. A Safety tip will be posted every Tuesday of the month. The first tip will be posted in the Newsletter, the additional weeks will be found on Waterleaffalls.com Please be sure and register to the website for the Tips and other important information that is posted and emailed out to you, It will only take a minute to do this!

We wish all a happy, safe summer!

Michele, Jeff and Jason
Waterleaf Falls Neighborhood Watch
waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com

Block Party

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Four grills, hamburgers and hotdogs, neighbors meeting neighbors, Grammy’s ice cream, kids and the Kyle Fire Department made for a great night at Neighborhood Watch’s first BBQ Pot Luck! A special thanks to Natalie Freeman for her donation of soda to the BBQ. We had a lot of fun and kudos to Lt. Mike and his crew from KFD for spending the evening with us. The kids loved getting inside the shiny red fire truck/rescue unit and seeing all the equipment and how it is all used. They even got to put on the fire fighting protective wear, so fun! We also had a visit from KPD but was cut short due to a call.

We will do this again in another part of the neighborhood soon, so watch for details!

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Yard of the Month

Congratulations to June’s Yard of the Month!

230 Sheep Trail

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June Newsletter

Hello Neighbors…

Summer is upon us – welcome to June in Texas! Now that school is out and the days are longer and lazier, it seems like fun events and activities abound, and the neighborhood is no exception. Make sure to check the calendar for our neighborhood events, and if you have a suggestion for additional activities, please contact a Committee Member or Resident Board Member.

The committee planning process has made quite a bit of progress, and we are glad to see the development of these committees. If you have a little (or a lot) of time, please consider volunteering on a committee. It is a great way to get to know your neighbors and make new friends.

The NEW Community webpage is now available! Check out http://www.waterleaffalls.com to view current information, Frequently Asked Questions, Committee Updates, a calendar and many other helpful links.

As always, if you have any questions, concerns or feedback about the neighborhood, please contact your Resident Board Members, Eric Bauer or Abbye Crandall, at waterleafboard@gmail.com.

Thanks! Eric Bauer and Abbye Crandall

Neighbor Spotlight

Every month we will get to know a little bit about a neighbor! This month it’s Linda Vega.

What date did you move into Waterleaf? July 30, 2009 at 8:56 PM …Thanks to FB I also have a picture of us using the key for the first time!!

Who lives with you here in the neighborhood? Lupe, Leslie (age 7) and Elaina (age 20 months).

How many pets do you have and what are their names? Do dust bunnies count? Teehee, I should name them. I have a big spider web on my porch…We can name her Charlotte.

Where were you born and what other cities you have lived? I was born in Clovis, New Mexico but only because it was the nearest hospital! Was raised in TX and consider myself a Texan!! I’m from Friona, TX and it’s known as the “Cheeseburger Capital of Texas!”

What is your favorite restaurant here in the area? Barbacoa tacos from Maria’s and Milts BBQ!

What are your favorite hobbies? Love to read, hear all kinds of music and I love to garden especially the unexpected. I grew loofahs and cotton last year. I am growing a “ghost pepper and have a hay bale garden” this year.

Which holiday is your favorite? Christmas, and we plan to invite The Water Leaf community again this year to serve hot chocolate, roast marshmallows, watch a movie and have kids play under the snow machine. We had a great time last year.

Where is your favorite vacation spot? Haven’t been there yet, but look forward to trips to Paris and Hawaii in the next few years!

Have you ever met a celebrity and who was it? The Property Brothers from HGTV & Dennis Quaid who winked and smiled at me… 😉

What is your favorite food and what is something you will not eat? All of my husband’s cooking is my favorite!! I won’t eat oysters or squid.

Who is your favorite sports team? SF 49ers and SA Spurs.

What high school did you graduate from and what year? I graduated from Friona High School in 1993!! 20 yr. reunion this year!

What 4 songs would play for a soundtrack of your life? “Staying Alive” from the Bee Gees , “Go Rest High on the Mountain” by Vince Gill , “Morning Star” by Gabe Martinez, “Open Door” by Circleslide

Where do you take a Sunday drive to? The Connection Church in Buda and then drive home to have family time.

What is on your “to do list” for this year? Plan Lupe’s 40th birthday and take my kids to Disney World.

Favorite midnight snack? Pizza rolls with my BFF when she comes to visit!!

If you could go back in time, what time period would you go to? I’d go back to 1995 and make sure I graduated college!!!

What is your favorite thing about living in Waterleaf? That I live across the pool, have enough room to plant a garden, bus picks up Leslie right outside our door, and Ms. Isabel’s day care is right behind me.

Add a question for next month! What’s keeping you from growing something?

Anything else you would like to add?

Guadalupe Vega / CEO Linda Vega / Vice President Urban Pine Construction LTD CO Specializing in Residential Framing 670 New Bridge Drive

Kyle, TX 78640 512.698.3025 office 210.392.8519 field urbanpineconstuction@gmail.com

Facebook Favorites Pages to like!

Neighbors…for next month, if you have your own Facebook group page, email in the link and we will post it here, or send in a favorite page to share!

Email to WaterleafNewsletter@gmail.com

This month’s Facebook Favorite is :

Kyle Police Department Check out their page and “like” them!

Numbers You Should Know….

POLICE AND FIRE EMERGENCY 911

Kyle Police Dept. Non Emergency (512) 268-3232
Kyle Fire Dept. Non Emergency (512) 268-3131
Kyle Animal Control (512) 268-8800
County Line Water Supply (512) 398-4748
PEC (Electric) Emergency and Power Interruptions 1-888-883-3379

Garden Notes

Have you noticed weeds and grasses growing up thru your sidewalks and driveways? Here are three suggestions to get them under control and gone! Homemade natural recipe; 50/50 mix of 20% vinegar and orange oil with one tablespoon of molasses. This will kill any plants on contact so be careful where you use it. It is organic and safe around kids, pets and other lower forms of life.

Another option is a product called Blackjack 21. Blackjack is a 21 percent vinegar weed killer, with some extra natural ingredients added. It also includes yucca extract, olive oil, garlic oil, citrus oil and molasses along with the vinegar. Those ingredients work as sticking, wetting and emulsifying agents, which makes the vinegar work more effectively at killing weeds. Protect skin and eyes from product and keep away from children, and again avoid spraying on anything you do not wish to be gone.

Lastly, chemical spray such as RoundUp, caution around children and pets and yourself while applying. Remember all three products will destroy what is being sprayed. It is suggested to spray on a calm day with no wind.

Household Tips From Larry……

• Water damage prevention: As our homes get older, sooner or later the water valves under the sink, behind the toilets and behind the refrigerator will seep or leak. On the market are simple moisture detectors that will send out a warning of a seep or leak. Another low cost method I’ve used for years was to put a small basin or container under sinks or behind the toilets. Place the container directly under the water service valve so if and when a drip starts, the water will collect and you will hear a drip. Without it, a drip begins, is not heard and it will soak into the wood cabinet destroying wood and flooring. For two story owners this simple method can save major damage if gone unnoticed. You can also place a larger, low sided container, the size of a cookie sheet under your air condition unit. Remove the intake grate off the A/C unit and set this pan on the floor. This too will serve as a collection pan of water drips so it can be heard. In no way is the method described above designed to collect and hold water to prevent damage, but to collect so a drip drop sound can alert you.

• Simple Security: As summer begins and night time activity is on the rise, a low cost security device is your porch lights. Leave a light on all night! The cost to run a 60 W bulb for 8 hrs is 8 cents a day. They say if a burglar is on the street, he will avoid houses with lights on and take the ones that are dark.

• Shades and curtains down: We are amazed at the number of homes that keep their curtains and blinds wide open at night. Remember when it is dark out and you have your curtains and blinds wide open, your windows serve as a reflection into your house. It is very easy to see your household goods and people walking about.

Thank you Larry Simone!

COUNTY LINE WATER SUPPLY STAGE II WATER RATIONING IS IN EFFECT

Do not wash cars, boats, etc. Outside watering between 10:00 am and 8:00 pm is strictly prohibited. Customers whose address ends with an even number may water on Sundays and Thursdays. Customers whose address ends with an odd number may water on Saturdays and Wednesdays. Customers are requested to practice water conservation and to minimize or discontinue water use for non-essential purposes. Thank-you for helping to preserve our water supply sources!

From Your Neighborhood Watch Committee…..

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH has re-formed this past month. Committee members are Robert Crandall, Holly Williamson, Geri- Ann Swazey, Israel Moreno and Michele Hinojosa. Monthly meetings will meet at the Pool Pavilion Park unless otherwise noted in the Newsletter. We are working on many plans, some of which include monthly speakers and guests, neighborhood events; both whole neighborhood gatherings and individual streets or blocks. Everyone is welcome to join us! If you have any ideas, questions or comments please email us at Waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com We are still in need of block captains! If interested please let us know! Ideally there should be one block captain to every 10 – 15 houses.

Kyle Police Department Vacation Watch Program

http://www.cityofkyle.com/police/vacation-watch-program

In the battle against crime, the Kyle Police force is strengthened as we rely on the eyes and ears of over 28,000 citizens within our community. The Kyle Police Department maintains a calm, peaceful, but ever-growing city. You can help by following these simple steps to discourage thieves from making you a victim. If you are going to be out of town, complete the Vacation Watch Request Form and we will check your residence or business while you are away. Form and tips can be found on web-site above.

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH would like to thank Kyle Police Department and Kyle Fire Department for spending time with us at the May monthly meeting. The police department discussed home security, giving us many ideas on how to keep our home and property safe both inside and out. We were also given a Personal Property ID Record to fill out, listing important items for record. A crime report of Waterleaf and the city was also given for the month. The fire department discussed fire safety, again for both inside and outside the home along with information on the Department itself. And of course, the kids loved the fire truck and motorcycle with sirens and lights flashing!

From Social Committee…

Following our recent meeting with the Resident Board Members, we have a new group of Co-Chairs for Social Committee; Stacy Vail, Kelly Ammann and Samantha Ackerman. I am resigning from this committee to help on other committees.

Waterleaf Movie Night

Waterleaf Movie Night

We are planning our “Movie in the Park” event for Saturday, June 22nd at dark (8:30 pm) at our Waterleaf Park. The movie is FREE and concessions will be offered at a nominal charge to help offset the cost of renting a BIG screen. So bring blanket/chairs and join your neighbors. We will be showing the PG-rated “BRAVE”.

If you have any ideas you are welcome to contact us. We always need volunteers, so if you would like to join the Social Committee or just lend a hand when you can, please contact us at waterleafsocial@gmail.com.

Box Tops For Education

Please collect your box tops for Tobias! Briana Reinertsen will be collecting these for the PTA. Look up Box Tops For Education on Facebook. Briana can be reached by email at Briana@benchmark-ins.com

Neighborhood Watch 2nd Annual 4th of July Parade!

Join us Saturday, June 29, for our holiday parade! We will meet at the City Park on Abundance at 9:30. Come in your RED, WHITE and BLUE! Decorate your bikes, pets, cars, yourself or whatever you’d like! You may enter a group you are involved with, boy/girl scouts, school/sports groups, etc. The parade will kick off at 10:00 am. We will travel from the City Park; Abundance to Holly Grove, to New Bridge and end at the Pool Park. Prizes will be given for the best decorated entries!

Please email us if you are participating in the parade so we have a count of people. If you have any questions you may email anytime!

Thanks!
Neighborhood Watch

Neighborhood Watch Basketball Tournament

The Neighborhood Watch Committee will be hosting a 3 on 3 basketball tournament on June 29th starting at 11:00 AM at the Waterleaf Falls basketball court. Email Neighborhood Watch for registration information. Prizes to be awarded!

Independence Day Celebration Fireworks Show – July 4, 2013

Join in the celebration of Independence Day as the City of Kyle once again has planned for a spectacular fireworks show. The show will be launched from Plum Creek Golf Course. See the City’s website for additional details, time, where to park in the area. Please note, no one will be allowed access to the Golf Course property or trails leading into the Course. Suggested parking sites include: paved parking lots around the intersection of Kohler’s Crossing. If you can see the water tower next to Hays CISD PAC on Kohler’s Crossing, you will have a great view of the fireworks. http://www.cityofkyle.com/recreation/independen ce-day-celebration-fireworks-show-0

Pool Committee Pool Party

Join your neighbors and the Pool Committee for a pool party! Saturday, June 8, 9:00pm to 11:00pm. This will be for 18 years old and up only. Come have an evening out with your neighbors and enjoy the pool!

HOA BOD Meeting Update

Your HOA Board of Directors met on Thursday, May 16, 2013. Full meeting notes will be available once approved at the next Board meeting on June 20, 2013, but there are several decisions we would like to share at this time.:

Per resident request, the Pool bathrooms will be available during all hours that the HOA Park area is open, from 5 AM – 10 PM, seven days a week. You will still need your pool key to access the restrooms at all times.

We have accepted a bid to improve lighting in the Park and Pavilion areas. There is not yet a start date for the work to begin. Once it does begin, we hope to see a decrease in vandalism and loitering issues around the Pavilion and Pool areas.

We have also started the process to have the pool area thoroughly cleaned and some routine maintenance completed. We hope that this will be completed in the next few weeks.

As always, if you have any concerns or questions, please contact your HOA Board at waterleafboard@gmail.com.

Thanks,
Eric and Abbye

Calendar of Events – June 2013

3 Trash and Compost Day

4 Welcome Committee Meeting 7:00 pm Pool Pavilion

8 Pool Committee Adult Pool Party 9:00pm to 11:00pm. 18 years old and up only please.

10 Trash and Recycle Day

12 Neighborhood Watch Meeting 7:00 pm Pool Pavilion. Our guest will be Kyle Animal Control, we will also be creating a banner for the 4th of July Parade, if you would like to add your handprint please attend!

14 Flag Day

16 Father’s Day

17 Trash and Compost Day

20 HOA Board Meeting 6:30pm – 8:00pm at the Pool Pavilion BYOLC (Bring Your Own Lawn Chair)

21 First Day of Summer

22 Waterleaf Movie in the Park “BRAVE” Will begin at dark 8:30 pm at the Pool Pavilion Park (see details on the Committee Updates page)

24 Trash and Recycle Day

29 Waterleaf’s 2nd Annual 4th of July Parade by Neighborhood Watch 9:30 am gather at City park Parade will start at 10:00am (see details below)

* Core Committee will not meet this month *

Waterleaf Falls Committees

We need volunteers to help with individual committees. If you are interested, please contact the chair for that committee via Facebook or email.

Social CommitteeKelly Ammann, Stacy Vail, & Samantha Ackerman

Neighborhood Watch Team: Robert Crandall, Holly Williamson, Geri-Ann Swazey, Israel Moreno, & Michele Hinojosa

Pool Committee: Tracy Scheel

Core Committee: Abbye Crandall & Eric Bauer

Communication Committee: Angela McGrady, Keeouka Rivera, & Vanessa Garcia

Welcome Committee : Briana Reinertsen

 For the PDF version of the newsletter click here: Community Newsletter June