Notice from your HOA

Attention Residents,

It has come to our attention a resident has posted incorrect information regarding your HOA and or Goodwin on the Waterleaf FB page. The resident made the claim that our HOA has filed for bankruptcy and that is completely false. There is no basis for that information at all. Please feel free to contact your board if you have any further questions.

God Bless,

Eric Bauer
Waterleaf Falls
Resident Board Member

August Newsletter

For the PDF Version of this newsletter, click here:  Community Newsletter August

Hello Neighbors,

Your Board members have been working to complete some projects this summer, and would like to share these updates. The first project is a complete overhaul of the lighting in the HOA Park and Pool areas. The Board approved a bid from Fox Service Company to install multiple new lights and upgrade some existing ones, to improve the overall lighting at the Park and deter potential criminal mischief and activities. Work should begin this month!

Secondly, the Board approved a bid to install a new BRIVO gate security system, cameras and DVR. The BRIVO system is a huge win for the community! New pool access cards will be issued, which, along with the cameras, will allow the HOA to ensure that only residents in good standing have access to this important amenity. This project will take several months, and all updates and cards will be completed after the current pool season is over to ensure a smooth transition for all residents. Look for more exciting information about this project in the coming months on our new website and in the newsletter.

As always, if you have any feedback or questions, please contact your Resident Board members at waterleafboard@gmail.com.

Thanks!

Abbye Crandall and Eric Bauer

Resident HOA Board Members
 

 

Community Calendar

3      Family Field Day 4:00pm – 8:30pm Waterleaf Park

5      Trash and Recycle Day
Welcome Committee Meeting 7:00pm Park Pavilion

6      NW National Night Out 6:00pm Park Pavilion

8      CORE Committee Meeting 7:00pm Park Pavilion

10    Social Committee Meeting 7:00pm Park Pavilion

12    Trash and Compost Day

17     Back to School Night 4:00pm – 8:30pm

19     Trash and Recycle Day

26     HAYS 1st Day of School
          Trash and Compost Day

 

 

Back2SchoolHeader

Hays CISD starts school again on Monday, August 26th 

Important Dates for Hays CISD Back to School

  • August 1st – 2nd :: New Student Registration Parents must register their child in person at their home school. Visit www.hayscisd.net to verify which school your child will attend.
  • August 20 :: Middle School Schedule Pickup 12:00 pm – 6:30 pm Parents can pick up their child’s schedule at their home school
  • August 22 :: Elementary Meet the Teacher 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the home campus
  • August 26 :: First day of school – all grades

Registration for returning students is available online at through August 30.

School Supplies
Click here for the school supply lists for 2013 – 2014 on the Hays CISD website

Immunizations

Please click for the immunization requirements for your child’s grade level. Make sure you have an updated shot record for your child when you register. Keep in mind that many physician offices are very busy at this time of year, so plan ahead and schedule your child’s well check or drop off your shot record to be updated now so you aren’t scrambling at the last minute.

Back to School Parade

On Sunday, August 18, 2013, families in Austin and the surrounding areas are welcome to take part in the 6th annual Back to School Festival and Parade at Bartholomew Park, from 1 – 7 p.m.

The parade begins at 3 p.m. at Delco Center (4601 Pecan Brook Dr) and ends at Bartholomew Park. The mission of this event is to get students excited about going to school by providing them with school supplies, which can be difficult for some families.

The festival will provide a limited number of FREE backpacks filled with school supplies. In order to get a backpack, students and parents must line up from 1 – 2:30 p.m. for a wristband, then feel free to enjoy the festival and parade. Backpacks will be handed out to students with wristbands from 4 – 6 p.m., and then any left over backpacks will be given out on a first come, first served basis.
The festival and parade are open to students from all school districts. For more information visit the Back to School Parade website, check out the parade details, or read through the frequently asked questions.

6th Annual Back To School Parade
Date: August 18, 2013
Festival: 1 – 7 p.m. at Bartholomew Park
Parade: 3 – 6 p.m.

Bartholomew Park
5201 Berkman Dr
Austin, TX 78723

 

 

Tips From Larry

1. Home Tax Appraisal – When you move in to your new home, you may want to visit the Tax Appraisal Office near the Discount Tire on the Access road of IH 35 North. Often times, your tax rate is based on your home being 90% built instead of 100% If your home is only taxed on 90% completion, you may pay less at first, but once the tax office catches the mistake your rates will increase, leaving you surprised.

2. Tree Trimming Basic Rules – There is a whole science to trimming a tree, but here are a few old basics. If healthy branches are growing downward, trim them off. For all but Evergreen trees, trim established trees to a height you can walk under. After trimming a tree coat the cut off area with tree preserve or black paint.

3. Porch Lights – Leave a porch light on to help deter crime near your home. At the last PEC annual meeting, we were told that the cost to run a 60-watt light bulb all night is about 4 cents. This is an inexpensive security measure that can act as a crime deterrent.

4. Garage Doors – Make sure you oil your rollers and hinges annually. You should use the oil specialized for garage doors or any mechanical type oil.

5. Attic Stair Door – to lower the hot temperature in your one story home attic, prop your door open in the summer so the hot temperature in the attic can be lowered by the garages lower temperature.

6. Tire Rotation – we always remember to change our car oil at certain intervals, and often have a sticker in the windshield to remind us, but don’t forget to rotate your tires every 5,000 miles as well. This is especially important with front wheel drive vehicles. You can add a simple sticker on your windshield underneath your oil reminder.

7. Toilet and sink cleaners – As we try to stay away from using harsh and expensive cleaners, try using Baking Soda as an alternative to clean sinks and toilets. This is a very effective cleaner that will also remove the often difficult to remove ring around the toilet bowl. Baking Soda has many uses, so it is a good staple to keep in your home.
 

 

What's For Dinner

Angel Chicken Pasta

Angel Chicken Pasta Ingredients

  • 6 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
  • 1/4 cup butter
  • 1 (.7 ounce) package dry Italian-style salad dressing mix
  • 1/2 cup white wine
  • 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed golden  mushroom soup
  •  4 ounces cream cheese with chives
  •  1 pound angel hair pasta

Directions

1. Preheat oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C).
2. In a large saucepan, melt butter over low heat. Stir in the package of dressing mix. Blend in wine and golden mushroom soup. Mix in cream cheese, and stir until smooth. Heat through, but do not boil. Arrange chicken breasts in a single layer in a 9×13 inch baking dish. Pour sauce over.
3. Bake for 60 minutes in the preheated oven. Twenty minutes before the chicken is done, bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a rolling boil. Cook pasta until al dente, about 5 minutes. Drain. Serve chicken and sauce over pasta.
 

 

Neighborhood Watch

We would like to thank all who came out to help at the 4th of July activities! A special thank you to the Kyle Police Dept, Kyle Fire Dept. and Kyle/Buda Local VFW Post 12058 for joining us as we paraded from Park to Park. Adults and kids had a great time in their Red, White and Blues and we all enjoyed popsicles afterward! Kudos to the helpers and participants of the basketball tournament. Nine teams played and had a great time despite the heat. Due to the success, we are considering holding another contest in the fall.

Thank you Natalie Freeman for donating water and sodas. Thank you Dan, Franklin, Daryl, Keeouka, Miguel and Jennifer for your help on the court.

tourney Tournament Results

Free Throw Champ – Carlos Miranda

Congrats, Carlos!

Congrats, Carlos!

First Place 

Congrats, Flint Tropics!

Congrats, Flint Tropics!

Flint Tropics
Matt Paredes
Caine Johnson
Zach Johnson

Second Place

Congrats, Elite Ballerinas!

Congrats, Elite Ballerinas!

Elite Ballerinas
Matt Cordona
Geronimo Lopez
Carlos Miranda

Third Place

Congrats, Hoopers!

Congrats, Hoopers!

Hoopers
Malcolm Brown
Desmond Brown
Rebekah Brown
Tommie Brown

BLOCK CAPTAINS NEEDED

Please consider becoming a block captain for your street! This is a simple way to volunteer and become a partner with Neighborhood Watch program. Block captains are recommended for every 10-15 houses, they are directly involved with their immediate neighbors. At this time we have only about 12 captains. The block captain’s responsibilities include:

  • Acting as liaison between block residents and the Committee.
  • Visiting and inviting new residents to join; notifying them of meetings and training sessions.
  • Contacting each neighbor to discuss possible crime problems, needs for assistance, and suggestions for program improvement.

If you are interested in volunteering please contact us at waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com.

Coffee

The Kyle/Buda VFW Post 12058 has extended an invitation to all veterans in the neighborhood to join them for coffee and camaraderie every Friday morning from 8am to 10am. The coffee is held at their Post, located at S. 103 Front Street (downtown Kyle).
 

 

Committee Updates
 

CORE Committee

Thursday, August 8, 2013
7:00 PM – Park Pavilion

The Core Committee is led by Eric Bauer and Abbye Crandall, and is a chance for the leadership of each committee to meet with each other and the resident Board Members to plan for upcoming months. Many activities and plans from individual committees overlap, so this once monthly meeting, is a chance to coordinate those plans. This is also the best meeting at which suggestions to the Board for new committees or budget requests can be submitted.
 

 

Welcome Committee

Monday, August 5, 2013
7:00 PM – Park Pavilion

We need volunteers who are interested in helping welcome new neighbors in to the neighborhood. You will deliver welcome packets and help get new neighbors the information they need to settle in to our neighborhood. If you have any time, please stop by our meeting, or contact the Welcome Committee at waterleafwelcome@gmail.com
 

 

Neighborhood Watch

Tuesday, August 6, 2013
6:00 PM – Park Pavilion

Join us for National Night Out!

Join us for National Night Out!

Join us at the park pavilion for dinner and dessert! NW will provide hot dogs, just bring the rest of your picnic, chairs or blankets. We will also have a dessert contest! Pies, cakes, or cookies – bring your all time favorite dessert and you may win a prize. Hope to see you there!

To ensure enough food, please RSVP if you will attend and how many in your family by August 4th to us at waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com This event will represent our monthly meeting, but we are also busy planning the 2nd NNO event for October. We can use all the help we can get. Please e-mail us if you would like to volunteer. The event will run all afternoon and evening. The committee will be meeting throughout the summer and September to continue planning and welcome all who wish to help. Thank you and be safe, Robert, Michele, Israel, Holly & Geri-Ann
 

 

Social Committee

Saturday, August 10, 2013
11:30 AM – Park Pavilion

All Residents are invited and encouraged to attend. We always need volunteers, and ideas for events 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 In addition to this monthly meeting, the social committee has 2 events for this month!

Family Field Day
Saturday, August 3, 2013
4:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Waterleaf Park

Join us next Saturday!

Join us this Saturday!

Bring the family for fun and games! We will have volleyball, washers, and water balloon toss, just to name a few! We’re planning on having many fun and competitive games. Prizes will be awarded.

*Prizes for residents of Waterleaf Only.

Come out and join us for some fun!

Back to School Night
Saturday, August 17, 2013
4:00 PM – 8:30 PM
Park Pavilion

Join us before school starts!

Join us before school starts!

Your social committee is hosting a “Back to School Night” which is a great opportunity for your children to meet their classmates before school starts! The first day of school can be pretty nerve wracking, but if they have at least one buddy on the bus, it will be that much better for your child! To sweeten the deal, we will have a clothing swap! Finish out your school shopping by cleaning out your child’s closet and bringing it out to the park to trade with your neighbors for clothes new to your child. We are also planning to have a guest speaker who will give a talk about having a successful school year, the district policy on bullying and what to do should you encounter it this year. You will have a chance to win a backpack full of school supplies! All grades are welcome, so come out and join us before school starts up again.

Notice: “Courtesy Patrol”

Waterleaf Residents,

The board would like to inform you of the newly formed “Courtesy Patrol”.  The board would like to make it clear that this is not a formal committee endorsed or recognized by your HOA, nor is this a part of Neighborhood Watch. The patrol was formed by a resident. If you have any questions or concerns please email your HOA board members.

Thanks!

Eric Bauer
Waterleaf Falls Resident Board Member

4th of July Celebrations

Neighbors,

No fireworks in City Limits

No fireworks in City Limits which includes Waterleaf Falls

As you prepare to celebrate tomorrow, please keep in mind that

Fireworks are NOT allowed in the neighborhood. 

This is per City of Kyle Code (Article 6, Sec 23-149 to Sec 23-155) which prohibits the sale or use of fireworks within city limits. The fines for possession or use of fireworks is anywhere from $500 up to $2,000. Please celebrate responsibly and if you want to enjoy fireworks this year, we encourage you to visit one of the nearby celebrations listed below.

If you see fireworks in the neighborhood, you can call the Non-Emergency numbers for the fire and police department to report the incident. 

Kyle Police Dept. Non Emergency  (512) 268-3232 
Kyle Fire Dept. Non Emergency  (512) 268-3131

IF YOU NOTICE  A FIRE DUE TO FIREWORKS OR ANY OTHER EMERGENCY, PLEASE CALL 9-1-1 

If you are unsure of who to call in any situation, just call 9-1-1.

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Independence Day Celebrations

Fireworks

Here is some information about celebrations happening in Kyle, Buda and San Marcos. Click the links for additional information and directions.

City of Kyle Independence Day Celebration

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, the pre-show celebration at the PCGC Clubhouse is free to the public and includes live music and fantastic viewing. Hot dogs and cold drinks will be sold under the large tent, along with other snacks.  Parking at the golf course is available for a donation to the Kyle Masonic Lodge. Walk ins welcome.

9:30 pm – When it gets dark enough, around 9:30pm on July 4th, the fireworks show will launch from the driving range. Find a spot early enough to see the tall water tower that is next to the Hays CISD PAC on Kohler’s Crossing. If you can see the water tower, you will have a great view of the fireworks. Parking in paved parking lots around the intersection of Kohler’s and Kyle Parkway are the safest locations. The approximately 15-20 minutes of “ooohs and ahhhs” will cap off a day of fun in Kyle.

Red, White and Buda Independence Day Celebration

9:00 am – Children’s parade in the morning with free activities at City Park following the parade. Parade line up begins at 8:30 am. in the parking lot next to Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant on Main Street. Anyone can participate, no registration required, just show up! Decorated bikes, wagons, scooters, strollers and more will take a short parade route to City Park starting at 9am. Concessions provided by Buda Chamber of Commerce.

9:30 pm – Evening Fireworks at City Park. Leashed and licensed pets welcomed, but please remember to pick up after your pet! ? For more information call 512-295-7170.

Summerfest San Marcos
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm The City of San Marcos is hosting the most exciting community independence celebration along the banks of the beautiful San Marcos River. This FREE event will feature live entertainment, food booths, children’s activities, children’s costume competition and parade. Summerfest will be held on the grounds of San Marcos Plaza Park, same location as Sights of Sounds of Christmas. Rain or shine, festivities will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a variety of musical and family entertainment until 10:00 p.m. Fireworks will begin at 9:30 pm

Happy Independence Day We hope you have a safe and happy 4th of July!

July Newsletter

To view, print or save the PDF version of the newsletter, please click here: Community Newsletter July

Hello Neighbors,

The Neighborhood Committees have been running smoothly and it has been great getting to know new neighbors while making improvements to our community and creating fun events.  There was interest expressed in the past about a Garden/Landscape Committee, a Financial Committee and a Bylaw Review Committee, if you are interested in helping us start one of these, please contact us at waterleafboard@gmail.com

The new neighborhood webpage is also up and running now thanks to the Communication Committee. Check it out at www.waterleaffalls.com

Happy Independence DayDon’t forget to check the calendar for a list of upcoming events!

Enjoy your summer, and Happy Independence Day!

Thanks!

Abbye Crandall and Eric Bauer
Resident HOA Board Members

Around the Neighborhood

Water Safety

Neighbors, Please take a moment to visit www.colinshope.org for valuable information regarding drowning prevention. The following graphic is from their website with some great tips for keeping our children safe this summer.

Drowning Prevention Tips from Colin's Hope

Drowning Prevention Tips from Colin’s Hope

Notes from the Pool Committee

Pool Hours

Tuesday – Sunday
5:00 am – 9:00 pm

Adult only swim time:
9:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Please remember to review the pool rules prior to enjoying the pool and that it is ultimately the responsibility of the parents to watch their children and guests.  Children under the age of 14 must remain within arms reach of an adult over the age of 18.  Also Adult Swim Only occurs for last 10 minutes of every hour.  This is not for the lifeguards to take a break, but to allow the children time to rest in order for them to not become too exhausted and possibly put them in jeopardy.

Pavilion Reservations:

All parties consisting of more than 4 guests require a reservation for the pool pavilion.

Please contact Tracy Scheel at waterleafpool.pavilion@gmail.com or call 512/769-6151 after 5:00 pm for reserving the pool or park pavilion.

A few things to remember:

1. The pool pavilion has a maximum guest number of 20 and the Park Pavilion is unlimited.

2. The Pavilions are not marked for reservation prior to your event, homeowners/renters are responsible for arriving early and set-up.

3. Hosts of the events are responsible for removing their own trash.  The Pavilions do not have sufficient trash receptacles for parties and normal HOA activity.

Facebook Favorite

Life Sustaining Training

This month’s favorite is Life Sustaining Training, which is a locally owned company in Austin, TX that provides AHA CPR, ACLS & PALS training to anyone wanting or needing American Heart Association Certification. For info on classes, ‘Like’ their Facebook page!

[If you have a page or see one you’d like to share with your neighbors, send it to waterleafnewsletter@gmail.com]

Tips from Larry….

Water Shut Off
How to locate your main water shut off valve: If you have a water softener, the valve is usually located on the unit. If not, you will need to check your front yard for the submerged box. Be sure to open it carefully as snakes may be hidden there. You should see a guage and tee type valve handle – this is the shut off valve. The valve near the gauge meter is the city shut off and has a hole for a lock. It is good to make sure the adults in your home know where the valve is in case of emergency. Handles are also aviailable at Home Depot that will assist you.

Keeping Bugs out of the Brick Vents
Take a look at the layer of bricks just above your foundation. Normally, every 5 bricks will have a mortar missing and should have a mesh screen or piece of wool covering it. If the covering is missing, bugs may be able to enter your home. You can fix this by simply buying a new piece of wool or a mesh screen and tucking it in to the open space.

Water Heater Maintenance

If your water heater tank is over 3 years old, you should be sure to drain it per the manufacturer’s instructions. There are many instructional videos available for this on YouTube.

Lawn Maintenance

Please be sure to sweep or blow off grass clippings when you mow your lawn. If not, the clippings will clog our storm drains.

Vehicle Theft Prevention

Neighbors, please be cautious of items you leave in your vehicles. I’ve often seen pick up trucks loaded with tools and materials from the owner’s trades. This can be a crime invitation. Consider parking your truck in your garage or in your driveway and covering up items that remain.

Flag Installation

Please consider posting an American flag on your home. There are many nice firm mounts available for sale. I am willing to help anyone who needs assistance mounting a flag to their home. Let’s show our American pride throughout our neighborhood!

What’s For Dinner? Try This

Lemon Garlic TilapiaLemon Garlic Tilapia

Ingredients:
– 4 tilapia fillets
– 3 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
– 1 tablespoon butter, melted
– 1 clove garlic, finely chopped
– 1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
– pepper to taste

Directions:
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Spray a baking dish with non-stick cooking spray.
2. Rinse tilapia fillets under cool water, and pat dry with paper towels.
3. Place fillets in baking dish. Pour lemon juice over fillets, then drizzle butter on top. Sprinkle with garlic, parsley, and pepper.
4. Bake in preheated oven until the fish is white and flakes when pulled apart with a fork, about 30 minutes.
Enjoy!

Have a recipe to share? Email us! waterleafnewsletter@gmail.com

Fireworks
Independence Day Celebrations

Here is some information about celebrations happening in Kyle, Buda and San Marcos. Click the links for additional information and directions.

City of Kyle Independence Day Celebration

6:00 pm – 9:00 pm, the pre-show celebration at the PCGC Clubhouse is free to the public and includes live music and fantastic viewing. Hot dogs and cold drinks will be sold under the large tent, along with other snacks.  Parking at the golf course is available for a donation to the Kyle Masonic Lodge. Walk ins welcome.

9:30 pm – When it gets dark enough, around 9:30pm on July 4th, the fireworks show will launch from the driving range. Find a spot early enough to see the tall water tower that is next to the Hays CISD PAC on Kohler’s Crossing. If you can see the water tower, you will have a great view of the fireworks. Parking in paved parking lots around the intersection of Kohler’s and Kyle Parkway are the safest locations. The approximately 15-20 minutes of “ooohs and ahhhs” will cap off a day of fun in Kyle.

Red, White and Buda Independence Day Celebration
9:00 am – Children’s parade in the morning with free activities at City Park following the parade. Parade line up begins at 8:30 am. in the parking lot next to Garcia’s Mexican Restaurant on Main Street. Anyone can participate, no registration required, just show up! Decorated bikes, wagons, scooters, strollers and more will take a short parade route to City Park starting at 9am. Concessions provided by Buda Chamber of Commerce.

9:30 pm – Evening Fireworks at City Park. Leashed and licensed pets welcomed, but please remember to pick up after your pet! ? For more information call 512-295-7170.

Summerfest San Marcos
6:00 pm – 10:00 pm The City of San Marcos is hosting the most exciting community independence celebration along the banks of the beautiful San Marcos River. This FREE event will feature live entertainment, food booths, children’s activities, children’s costume competition and parade. Summerfest will be held on the grounds of San Marcos Plaza Park, same location as Sights of Sounds of Christmas. Rain or shine, festivities will begin at 6:00 p.m. with a variety of musical and family entertainment until 10:00 p.m. Fireworks will begin at 9:30 pm

NO FIREWORKS IN WATERLEAF FALLS!! 

No fireworks in City Limits

No fireworks in City Limits

Please remember that the City of Kyle Code (Article 6, Sec 23-149 to Sec 23-155) prohibits the sale or use of fireworks within city limits. The fines for possession or use of fireworks is anywhere from $500 up to $2,000. Please celebrate responsibly and if you want to enjoy fireworks this year, we encourage you to visit one of the celebrations nearby.

Upcoming Committee Meetings

Core Committee

Thursday, July 11, 2013
7:00 pm Park Pavilion

The Core Committee is led by Eric Bauer and Abbye Crandall, and is a chance for the leadership of each committee to meet with each other and the resident Board Members to plan for upcoming months. Many activities and plans from individual committees overlap, so this once monthly meeting, which will be held the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7 PM starting in July, is a chance to coordinate those plans. This is also the best meeting at which suggestions to the Board for new committees or budget requests can be submitted.

Welcome Committee

Tuesday, July 2, 2013
7:00 pm Park Pavilion

We need your help stuffing our welcome packets! We only have a few flyers, business cards, and coupons from our Waterleaf owned businesses remaining to include in the packets. Please help fill them up while promoting your business! Bring us your flyers, special discount cards, business cards, branded goodies, etc for the welcome packets. Stop by our meeting, or contact the Welcome Committee at waterleafwelcome@gmail.com

Communication Committee

Tuesday, July 9, 2013
7:00 pm Park Pavilion

Are you interested in writing an article for the newsletter each month? Join us at our next meeting to discuss plans for our newsletter and website or contact us at waterleafcommunication@gmail.com

Neighborhood Watch

Tuesday, July 16, 2013
7:00 pm Park Pavilion

We will give our monthly report and also be discussing home security while on vacation and plans for the upcoming national night out. We will also talk about our plans for neighborhood clean up. As always, contact us if you’d like to volunteer at waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com

Social Committee

Saturday, July 13, 2013
2:00 pm Park Pavilion

All Residents are invited and encouraged to attend. We always need volunteers, and ideas for events 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

We are planning Waterleaf Family Field Day for Saturday, August 3rd 4:00-8:30 pm at Waterleaf Park.  So start practicing NOW, as there will be games including volleyball, washers, horseshoes, 3-legged races, bean bag toss and a water balloon toss (using biodegradable water balloons). Prizes will be awarded to the overall points winners as individual scores will be tallied.

*Prizes to include giftcards for iTunes, Amazon, GameStop, Target, etc.

Come out and join us for some fun!

*Prizes are for residents of Waterleaf only.

Community Calendar for July

1   Trash and Compost Day

2   Welcome Committee Meeting 7pm Park Pavilion

8   Trash and Recycle Day

9   Communication Committee 7pm Park Pavilion

11   Core Committee Meeting 7pm Park Pavilion

13   Social Committee Meeting 2pm Park Pavilion

15   Trash and Compost Day

16   Neighborhood Watch Meeting 7pm Park Pavilion

22   Trash and Recycle Day

29   Trash and Compost Day