Monthly Archives: October 2012

Crimewatch- roofing materials

Good morning, Fellow Neighbors!

While the roofing re-dos are winding down, we are still seeing several homes getting their new roofing tiles removed from the property in the wee hours of the night.

Apparently, the bad guys have not finished their patch work pattern yet or have decided to help Mama with hers.  With the size of the homes in our neighborhood, I also suspect this may be part of a scam on the insurance companies for folks needing roofs on smaller houses, so the bad guys can get the money and run.  Oy!

Word of advice for folks still needing roof repairs, get your roofing guys to deliver the tiles as they need them and put them directly on the roof.

Also, with the plethera of roofing signs still in the neighborhood, we are giving the bad guys targets to watch and pounce when Mama tells them to help out the cousin.

Tim

Bobcat sighting

There was a bobcat sighted on the 7100 block of Lakehurst Ave. Monday afternoon.
Be aware that these animals can prey on cats and small dogs.

Meadows Fall Flower Sale

Hello, all of my good friends and neighbors,

Please open the attached order form and associated Letter for the fall plant sale and return the completed order form along with a check for your purchases to 7116 Blairview Dr by next Wednesday evening (10/24).  The plants that you order will be delivered to your home next Saturday (10/27) morning.

If you have any questions about the plants themselves please contact Gena at the number listed, or if you have questions regarding delivery, please call Keith at 214-546-9375.

Thanks in advance for your orders.

 

 

Meadows Neighborhood Update

HI, Meadows neighbors — I am pleased to announce that Lakehurst neighbor, Caroline Rogers, has offered to take over the position of Communications for the Meadows neighborhood.  Caroline has much work and volunteer experience and will be a great asset to our community.   I know you will welcome and appreciate her efforts.
In this email, I am including (see below) a few last bits of information that may be of interest to our neighbors.  In the future, you may address your comments to Caroline at cccrogers@tx.rr.com  I know she would welcome any contributions you may have for future newsletters.
Thanks to all of you for your wonderful support over the past few years.  I am looking forward to receiving newsletters from someone else in the future!!

Karen Peterson

Meadows Plant Sale
The Meadows will again have a fall plant sale.  Forms will be sent out this
weekend and we will take orders from then until Wednesday, October 24, with
delivery to your door on Saturday, October 27.  

Don't forget the chili cook-off!!
Sunday, October 28, 2012
3:00 to 5:30pm
(More details to follow)

Hillcrest High School Parade Info

Everybody loves a good parade and the annual Hillcrest Homecoming parade is no exception! Please join students, parents and teachers in the big celebration of Homecoming with the parade beginning at 5:15pm in front of the school with floats and candy being tossed, followed by some great tailgating on Lakehurst that will include a couple of FOOD TRUCKS and music and then topped with a fantastic finish of Panther football -kickoff at 7:30 pm . It all starts this Friday, October 19, 2012 at 4pm. We look forward to seeing everyone there!  Bring the entire family, Meadows neighbors!!

Preston Hollow Elementary Annual Poinsettia Sale

Preston Hollow Elementary School students and parents sell poinsettia plants to help raise money for our school.

These plants are truly beautiful.

The money raised will help the PTA  fund scholarships,  the RIF program, special assemblies, science workshops, technology and much more.  Last year the PTA was able to fund a new playground addition, shade canopy and updated basketball goals.

8”   Pot – $18.00

Red, White or Pink

12 – 18 inches tall

10 – 15 Blooms

1 foot wide

($30 – $45 at a florist)

10” Pot – $28.00

Red or Pink

2 – 3 feet tall

30+ Blooms

2 feet wide

($60 – $75 at a florist)

14” Bowl – $28.00

Red or Pink

12 – 18 inches tall

10 – 15 blooms + fern

18” wide

($50 – $65 at a florist)_

All orders are to be paid in advance.

Checks are made payable to Preston Hollow Elementary PTA.

Credit cards may be used by visiting www.phes.txpta.org and clicking on the “poinsettia” link.

Sale ends November 16th.  Plants are to be picked up on November 29th  in the school gymnasium. 

Contact Meadows neighbor, Beth Glispin, at 214-394-8581 or bglispin@sbcglobal.net if you would like to place an order or have questions regarding these plants.