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Come mingle with friends and dance the night away at Blue Heron Pines.
March 23, 2019
“Dancing in the Street” will take place on Wendy Way between lots 126 to 119.
Parking for golf carts available between lots 126 & 125.
5:00 pm to 6:00 pm Music and social hour…BYOB
6:00 pm hot dogs and bratwurst, with potato chips, coleslaw and potato salad.
Music will continue for your dancing pleasure until
Ice for drinks and water will be available
BYOB and chairs
Everyone is invited.
If you wish to enjoy the food arm bands will be sold for $10 each.
If you just want to dance, then no charge just come on down and dance the night away!
BHP BOD Meeting Agenda
January 17, 2019 10:00 A.M.
Meeting call to order – determine quorum
N & M
Town Hall Meeting with Sun Management
Thursday, January 17th
1pm at the Clubhouse
Mark it on your calendar. You won’t want to miss the opportunity for a free flowing discussion with Sun management!
Sun will be represented by Brandon George, Andrew Morales, and Suzanne Rayborn.
BHP residents will be represented by YOU!
Come and get answers to your questions directly from the source.
See you there! Let’s fill the place up and press for answers to your concerns.
Saturday, February 9, 2019
7 – 10pm
Music by: It Takes Two
For info contact: Ann Marie Kulling 248-330-4831
A meeting for the states of Michigan, Maryland, Maine, California, Arizona, Oklahoma, Georgia and New Mexico will be held January 4, 2019 at 1:00 in the clubhouse to discuss February events.
Another golf cart was reported stolen from Fairway Drive, along with a charger from Philadelphia. In recent weeks there were another two thefts of golf carts…all from houses around the perimeter of the community. In the past, the few thefts reported were the work of juveniles in the immediate area, and the carts eventually turned up at the bottom of a pond. Such is not the case with our recent thefts, as there are reports of a theft ring operating in this area.
These golf carts don’t just vanish into thin air…. they must be driven from the place they are stolen to a waiting truck, probably with an enclosed trailer big enough haul away the “loot”. A rig this big isn’t invisible, so we all need to be alert and watchful for vehicles such as this that we cannot identify. Look for vehicles on the perimeter roads, or maybe in the Pro Shop parking lot that are not familiar. Even in the daytime, look for strangers driving thru the community looking for “opportunities”… especially on our perimeter streets such as Fairview, Philadelphia, Wendy Way, and a short section of Susquehanna.
Lastly, if you cannot park your cart inside your garage or shed, get some sort of alarm or a wheel chock.
You can view some of these security devises by clicking on the links below:
This thing has the advantage of being seen from the street, thus deterring the thief before he gets started.
In any event…. be watchful and use some sort of security. Don’t make it easy for the cartnappers !!!
If you came from Ohio, Wisconsin, Connecticut, Colorado, Alabama, North Carolina, Arkansas, or Nebraska, please attend a short meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 9th at 2:00 pm in the Clubhouse concerning which activities we will work on to create fun activities in March for our BHP residents. Tom & Sharon Breay 303-918-9639 or email@example.com.
The January/July Entertainment Host Committee is comprised of BHP residents from the states of New York, Minnesota, Tennessee, Iowa, Delaware, South Carolina, North Dakota and Hawaii. This committee has been busy planning an evening of fun on Sunday, January 13 with a chili cook off followed by live music.
Please support your committee by (1) purchasing tickets to the chili cook off, (2) being a chili cook off contestant, and/or (3) assisting on the evening of January 13. Tickets will be on sale at the mail kiosk on January 3rd, 8th and 11th from 2-4 pm and at the HOA meeting on January 8. A brief committee meeting will be held following the January 8, 7 pm HOA meeting. Thank you.
Pro Shop Snack Bar Menu
Served 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Monday – Pizzas
Tuesday – Tacos
Wednesday – Gyros
Thursday – Wraps
Friday – Cheesesteak
Staturday and Sunday –
Sides include chips, tater salad, cole slaw, potato salad.
A variety of specials such as hot dogs and chef salads are also served when available
Sunday, February 17th, 2019
This year’s ladies tea will feature a southern theme. We are having a really fun fashion show for you as well as a delicious lunch to satisfy any southern soul.
Tickets will go on sale in January. $15.00 per guest
Please watch the bulletin boards for further information.
Our next organizational meeting is Friday, January 4th at 11AM.
If you would like to participate please plan on attending.
TABLE HOSTESSES NEEDED…
We are in need of delicate Southern Belles who are creative, fun and will be the perfect hostess for her guests.
Linda Donnelly and Kathy Schuetz, Co- Chairs
MISS SCARLET’S TREASURES
Wanted: your good condition ladies accessories, knic knacks, etc. for “Miss Scarlet’s Treasures”
A charitable corner store to be held at our BHP Ladies’ Tea This February 17th
Sales to be donated to a local women’s charity
(Green Velvet Draperies are not needed)
Contact: Sharon Breay, Lot 703
January 8, 2019
Friday January 18, 2019 6pm
Your HOA Board members will host a free member appreciation dinner for all 2019 HOA members. It is our way of saying thank you for all your support.
An Italian Dinner from Nino’s Bakery will be provided, including salad, pasta, chicken, bread and dessert, water and beverage. BYOB. Dinner will be served around 6:10 and dancing at 7pm. Music by Frank and Sam.
Tickets will be provided starting at the HOA meeting January 8. The last day to receive a ticket will be Monday January 14th. There will be no exceptions. This is a catered event and will not be able to accommodate last minute requests. Questions should be directed to Maureen Heger or any Member of the Board.
Sunday Janurary 13 5:30-8:00 PM
The evening will begin at 5:30 with chili tasting/judging followed by a chili & corn bread dinner. From 6-8 pm, we will be entertained with music by Harry Havery, the lead singer from the group “California Toe Jam”, a band from Sebring, FL. He will play acoustic guitar & sing while you eat. His performance will also include a fun, interactive game of musical bingo. You may dance if you wish.
The event is sponsored by the HOA. Tickets are $10 per person and will be on sale at the mail kiosk on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2-4 pm.
Please bring non perishable food items to the clubhouse after the first of the year to be donated to the Harry Chapin food bank of SW Florida.
Your January Entertainment Committee
Diane Nietfeld, Chairperson