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					              THE VILLAGER

                     DECEMBER 2011

HOLLY FAIRE                      Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 3-4, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Please join us at the clubhouse and see our decorations, meet some local artists
and see their creative and unique Christmas gifts. We have homemade
chocolates, floral arrangements, ornaments, Pandora bracelets, notecards, Angel
books, photography, watercolors, stained glass,.....much, much more! And, yes,
the pickle lady will be there on Sunday!

We have two non-profit organizations: SOLVE, selling poinsettias and LIONS,
selling flashlights. Our own Heritage Village booth will be selling beautiful, fun
items made from our own community - with special thanks to Marguerite
Fredericks for her creative ideas and leadership.

We will also have home baked goods for sale and Sandy Shean’s 14 gift baskets
to raffle!! You won’t want to miss this!

Come for the shopping and stay for lunch! Lunch will be served in our cafe:
Potato Soup, chicken salad sandwich, and BBQ pork sandwich will be served
from 11a.m. to 2 p.m. on both days. Price is $3 - $5.

How we need your help:
 Sign up to bake something for the Baked Goods table and bring to the
      clubhouse Friday afternoon or Saturday morning by 9:30. If you need
      ideas on what we need or to arrange a different drop-off time, call Mary
      Walsh 761-1904.
 Call Patti Martin 795-1006 to volunteer for an hour or two. We need cashiers
      for the cafe, and workers for the baked goods table and HVW table.
 Help decorate Weds., Nov. 30, 10 a.m. - noon.
 Anybody have Packing Peanuts? Sandy needs them for her gift baskets so
      please call her if you have some 761-7261.

Please come and support HVW’s Third Annual Holly Faire - you will get some
great Christmas gifts and meet some very nice people!

COFFEE HOUR will be on Wednesday, December 7. Hostesses will be
Sue Brunet and Margaret Prah.

LUNCHEON—No luncheon is scheduled for December.
CHRISTMAS GATHERING We will be attending the Living
Christmas Tree performance on Sunday, December 11, at First Church
of the Nazarene. If you did not sign up with the group, you can still get
tickets directly from the church. After the performance we will be
meeting at the clubhouse for a pizza and salad supper, which you can
still attend if you will give Mary Walsh $2.00 per person by December 7.

THINKING OF YOU: Libby Renew, Sylvia Kinzer and Vaughan and
Doris McKinch. Congratulations to George Klumb for being inducted
into the Hall of Fame as swimming coach for Naperville North High

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH The new phone list is available. Please
check your email. We will hand deliver to those who do not have email.

MOVIES are Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. No movie on December 1 due to
Holly Faire. They resume on December 8.

HVW WEBSITE Visit our website at If
you have suggestions for what to put on the website, please email them
to Thanks to Don Guthan and Patti
Martin for this great addition to our community.

Holly Faire


      January 4, Wednesday—Coffee hour

      January 11, Wednesday—A special coffee hour sponsored by the
Board of Directors will feature Dave McMahon of Atlas Insurance, who
will answer your questions about HVW insurance, condo insurance,
ranger insurance, flood insurance or any others.

     January 22, Saturday—Fiesta Party (details to come)

      January 24, Monday—Social Club Planning Meeting
    January 28, Saturday—Board Meeting (No board meeting in

PRELIT CHRISTMAS TREES will be on sale after the Holly Faire for
$20.00 each. Call Patti Martin, 795-1006, if interested.

BAKE SALE Remember to bring your baked goods to the clubhouse
Friday, December 2, or by 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning.

NOTE: Clubhouse will be locked as of Wednesday, November 30, until
Sunday, December 4, due to the Holly Faire.

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