It’s September and fall beckons with hopes of tolerable evenings outdoor, football, carnivals, and festive décor. The past gives way to the future as students begin a new academic year, parents again fill their calendar working it like a jigsaw puzzle, civic and church groups wake from their summer slumber to embark on new endeavors or finish strong on existing ones. Soon holiday preps commence and we ready for another year to wind down, making way for the next.
In that vein, the Town Creek HOA board is readying for fall in the neighborhood. Plans are underway for the annual Halloween Carnival, the social committee is preparing for another neighborhood progressive dinner, and we’re gearing up to pass the baton to those folks who will serve the neighborhood in 2018.
Mark your calendars for:
- September 23 progressive dinner, an evening of fun and socializing with your neighbors. More details below.
- October 3, Night Out Against Crime event at Skyview Elementary.
- October 31, the Town Creek – Forest Meadow Halloween Carnival, at Spring Hollow Circle.
- November 2, the Homeowners’ Association’s General Board Meeting for the election of officers for 2018. (Location to be announced at a later date).
Wanting to get to know your neighborhood families? Working together is a great way to do that and we’ve got opportunities for you!
Volunteer for the Halloween Carnival. This is our biggest social event of the year for families, young marrieds, empty nesters, singles, retirees, you name it. This is a great opportunity for all of us in our various stages of life to interact with one another. Around 600 adults and kiddos attend, which means we need lots of folks helping organize, set up and run the carnival. Please join us by signup up to volunteer here.
The HOA needs you! Over the years the make-up of our neighborhood has naturally evolved as existing residents relocate and new ones make their homes among us. The HOA board of directors is assessing the current needs and wants of the neighborhood in light of these demographic changes. Please email us (at the address below) and let us know how the HOA board can better serve you and your family. Better yet, join us on the HOA board. In a couple of months we will be voting in a new board for 2018. We’re looking for people to help with the administrative functions, as well as with building community through activities and communications. If this peaks your interest, please reach out to us. We would love to visit with you and get you plugged in.
Sheri & Van Littrell