The annual holiday get together is scheduled for Thursday, December 20th.


The horse-drawn hayride runs from 6:30 to 8:30 pm and will leave from the front of the Hick’s family home at 3526 Equestrian Ct.  There will also be caroling and treats to enjoy.  Please bring a snack or dessert to share with your neighbors.  Hot chocolate and cider will be provided.  A great time is sure to be had by all so come join in on the festivities!


Plan on lighting your luminary candles around 6:30 pm and kindly light those of any neighbors who are not at home.  As always, please park cars in your driveway and off the street to allow safe passage for the horse-drawn cart and for the luminary display. 


Awards will be given for the top 3 decorated homes.


**Volunteers are needed to help with filling luminary bags, setting them out and clean up.  On Thursday, 12/20 at 1:00 pm, plan on meeting in the cul-de-sac at the end of Equestrian Ct to help with this.  It takes many people to get this done so please consider helping out**


**Bob and Marion Zeiner will be doing the holiday decorating of the light poles and entrance islands beginning Thanksgiving weekend.  If you would like to help, please call them at 268-1932.  It is a big project and extra hands would be appreciated.**




Yard of the Month


September winner is the Comeaux residence at 12108 Oldfield Point Drive.

Runners up are:  The Cogan residence at 11838 Pegasus and the Adams residence at 12123 Ambrosia Ct. 

October winner is the Saylani residence at 11974 Oldfield Point Dr.  Runner up is the Zeiner residence at 12064 Oldfield Point Dr.  Congratulations!


YOM  judging will resume in May of next year.






Taken from the last board meeting minutes


“Only three of the four board officer positions are filled at the current time, and these individuals have been serving as board officers for periods from three to ten years.  All plan on stepping down from board officer roles in 2013.  New residents in the board officer roles will be necessary to maintain the legal requirements for an association.  If no volunteers step forward to accept these roles, it may be necessary to hire an association management company to handle roles such as meeting agendas, minutes, bill paying, dues collection and notification to residents of covenant violations.  The hiring of an association management company would be expected to add approximately $120 to the existing $115 annual dues.”


New board members will be elected at the Annual Homeowners Meeting in March.  Please plan on attending and consider volunteering for a board position.  Further details will be in the next newsletter.









The next Board Meeting is scheduled for Monday, December 17th at 7:00 pm at the Hurst residence at 11024 Oldfield Point Drive.  The 2013 budget and assessment rate will be discussed and voted on.  All Homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend.





There are still many complaints about cars speeding through the neighborhood.  Please be aware of your speed as you drive in the subdivision.