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					What’s Inside...                     Providence Lake Soon To Be Complete
                                 T     he long anticipated event has finally
                                       arrived. You have been hearing about
                                 it for 4 long years now, but the day is fast
                                                                                  currently being designed and bid.
                                                                                  Construction will start immediately follow-
                                                                                  ing bid opening. The fishing dock has been
                                                                                                                                     artificial trees for spawing as well as rock
                                                                                                                                     ledges and shallow shelves.

                                 approaching when Providence Lake WILL            installed and ready for fun. PLEASE note
                                 BE COMPLETE! The Upper Trinity                   that there are no rails on the dock. This is to
                                 Regional Water Authority started filling         allow boats to tie up to the dock and boaters
“A Summer In The Hamptons”       Providence Lake in early September, plan-        to get out. So if you have children, please
       Pool Party                ning to completely fill the lake by early        keep a wary eye on the little ones so they do
       See Page 6                October. Homeowners stood in disbelief as        not go for a quick dip.
                                 the lake started to fill; many had had their
                                 doubts about the project.                        This Fall we will be stocking the lake with
                                                                                  Florida Bass, as well as feed fish for the bass.
                                 “I know the Huffines told us it would be         It is important that if you catch a fish at one
                                 filled” someone said, “But we always thought     of the other lakes in Providence or elsewhere
                                 it was one of the urban legends.” Well leg-      you do not place them in the large lake or the
                                 end has now become reality.                      bass will not be a pure strain.
New Pavilion- Cape Cod Park      The walking trail is complete and the boat       We will keep everyone informed as we go
        See Page 4               ramp is installed. The new gravel road to the    so they will know when the fishing can              Providence Lake, seen here on September 29th as it
                                                                                                                                       rapidly filled after 4 years of work and planning.
                                 boat ramp, along with the landscaping, is        begin. Please be aware we have installed


                                                    Events To Get You Into The Holiday Spirit

November 7th Bond Election                                      T   he holidays get started on
                                                                    Saturday December 2nd with a
                                                                special “Breakfast With Santa”.
                                                                                                                          Later that evening, gather together for
                                                                                                                          The Christmas Tree Lighting at 6pm,
                                                                                                                          with fun for the whole family until 9pm.
       See Page 5
                                                                Enjoy a pancake breakfast with jolly                      The holiday fun will include carriage
         Index                                                  St. Nick in the clubhouse and be sure
                                                                to bring your camera to capture those
                                                                                                                          rides through the neighborhood, cook-
                                                                                                                          ies & cocoa and of course, pictures with
2     Homeowners Assoc.                                         special moments with Santa!. Tickets                      Santa and his Elves!. The Tree Lighting
3     Committee Listings                                        will be sold for the following seating                    event is sponsored in part by Cook’s
4     News Bites                                                times: 8:30am, 9:15am, 10:00am,                           Childrens’ Dr. Eckel, Dr. Squiers, and
6     Event Highlights                                          10:45am, 11:30am and 12:15pm.                             Dr. Janke. They will also be onsite
8     Financial Focus                                           Contact LeeAnne at hospitality@prov-                      handing out goodies to all the children.
9     Clubs & Classes                                           idencehoa.com or stop by the club-
10    Sports & Health                                           house to purchase your tickets.
12    Calendar

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 Providence Homeowners Association
                           809 Oakcrest Drive                                                   Sandy Burns
                                                                                                Association Manager
                      Providence Village, TX 76227                                              940-440-2200
                          Phone# 940-440-2200                                                   hoamanager@providencehoa.com
                           Fax# 940-440-2211                                                    Joslyn Peltier
                                                                                                Assistant Manager
                          Clubhouse Hours                                                       940-440-9067                              Heads Up From the HOA
                                                                                                info@providencehoa.com
                 Mon-Fri 9am - 6pm, Sat 10am - 7pm                                                                                        This past summer was rough on
                 Closed everyday Noon - 1pm (lunch)                                             Kim Coffman                               trees and many didn’t make it.
                                                                                                Activities Director
                                                                                                940-440-0242                              Now that Fall is here, the HOA
                                                                                                                                          will begin checking on replace-
                              HOA Orientations                                                  activities@providencehoa.com
                                                                                                                                          ment of trees (as required by the
                              RSVP 940-440-2200                                                 Andy Vidal                                CCR’s) for those lost and
                                                                                                Facilities Manager                        removed this summer. Design
                                                                                                                                          Guidelines are on our web site,
     Questions About Your HOA                     Enforcement Violations - August 2006          Deborah Victory                           www.providenceHOA.com. There
                                                        Yard............................382     Communications Director
              Account?                                                                                                                    you will also find an approved list
                                                        Trash.............................66    940-440-0077 ext# 102
      Call Premier Communities                                                                                                            of trees. Call your HOA office any
                                                        Signs...............................3   webmaster@providencehoa.com
                4 8
            866-4 24-8 072
    To pay your dues online, visit
                                                 Enforcement Violations - September 2006                                                  time and we will be glad to assist
                                                        Yard............................221                                               you. The Landscape Committee
 www.providencehoa.com and click on                     Trash.............................16    Kerri Kingsbery
  the link “Pay Your Dues Online!”                      Signs.............................11    Senior Manager                            is also always happy to be of
                                                                                                214-871-9700 ext# 246                     assistance. Contact them at land-
                                                                                                kerri.kingsbery@premiercommunities.net    scape@providencehoa.com.
                                   Contest
Every newsletter will contain a resident’s address embedded randomly within an arti-
cle. Find the address, and if it is your address, come by the HOA office during business                Say “Hello” to Your New Neighbors!
hours to claim your prize: a $25 gift certificate!* For example:
                                                                                                LUIS ABARCA                              MOYA KISSICK
You can get a deep green lawn using 1234 Providence Boulevard a high nitrogen fer-              MIGUEL ALVARADO-PAZO                     BRAD KNIERESM
                                     tilizer.                                                   ROSALBA ANTONIO                          EALINE LAM
                                                                                                TOM & ANGELA BAILEY                      LEIGH JAMES & MARGARET
The person who resides at 1234 Providence Boulevard will have until November 30th to            GREGORY BEAVER                           KATHLEEN LYNCH
claim his or her prize. Please bring a valid picture ID and current billing statement.          SHARON BOGAN                             LINDA MAYER
                                                                                                DUSTIN & ALANA BOOKHOUT                  GAY MORRIS
                                                                                                CHRIS BRENNAN                            BRAD NELSON
                    *Gift certificates are sponsored by the Developer.
                                                                                                HEATHER BLAIR                            LEO NOOYEN
                                                                                                BEN BREWER                               LESLYE NORMAN
                                                                                                JOHN & DAYNA BREWER                      CHRISTIAN OWEN
                                                                                                LARRY & SHAUNA BREWER                    HEATHER PARDUE
                                                                                                REBECCA CHIRINOS                         ADRIAN PETERS
                                                                                                ROBIN COX                                TONYA & JOHN REISH
                                                                                                HELEN DIAL                               ZACH ROBERTS
                                                                                                CESAR G. DIAZ                            MELISSA ROGERS
                     Important Phone Numbers                                                    BRIN EMSLIE                              WILLIAM & MILLICENT SAWYER
                                                                                                JULIO FLORES                             CASSIE SCHMIDT
                Cable/Internet... Suddenlink: 1-877-423-2743                                    TANA FORD                                FRANK SLABY
               AT&T also now offers internet. See phone # below                                 MARY DEBRUYN                             ERIN SMITH
      Denton County Sheriff’s Dept. Non-Emergency... 940-349-1600                               DON GASTON                               ELIZABETH TOBIN
                                                                                                DONALD GEORGE                            BRANDY TROSPER
             Aubrey Fire Dept. Non-Emergency... 940-365-9785                                    JOHN GORSKI                              TAMARA VELA
                     Electricity... CoServ: 1-800-566-2314                                      DIANN GREGG                              JENNIFER WALTERS
                      Telephone... AT&T: 1-800-464-7928                                         LAWRENCE GRIFFIN                         STEPHEN & ROXANNE WARD
                                                                                                CARLA GUINN                              TOM WHITE
                    Water... Mustang Water: 940-440-9561                                        JESSE HANDSCHUH                          STEVE WIELAND
               Garbage... Waste Management: 1-800-772-8653                                      DAVID & KIARA HENDERSON                  PETER WIER
                          ** For Emergencies Call 911 **                                        GRETA HILLSTROM                          NIKOLE WILLIAMS
                                                                                                SCOTT ISHMAN                             JENNEY & REGIS ZURCHIN
                                                                                                SHARON JACOBS
                                                                               THE PROVIDENCE TIMES - NOV/DEC 2006 - PAGE 3



                   Committees
Architectural Review Committee   arc@providencehoa.com
                                 Contact 940-440-2200 if interested!

                                 communications@providencehoa.com
Communications Committee         Chair: Cindy Dillon
                                 Co-Chair: Marcia Donaldson
                                 Meetings: 3rd Mondays, 7pm, GR*
                                                                                      Who Is Your Advisor?
                                 hospitality@providencehoa.com
Hospitality Committee            Chair: LeeAnne Hudson                                The Advisory Board Committee Is:
                                 Co-Chair: Ann Williams
                                 Meetings: 4th Wednesdays, 7pm, GR*                            Cape Village
                                                                                       capeadvisors@providencehoa.com
                                 landscape@providencehoa.com                            Russ Pfeiffer & John Vickers
Landscape Committee              Chair: Tracy Donahue
                                 Co-Chair: Kathy Brown                                         Club Village
                                 Meetings: 2nd Wednesdays, 7pm, GR*                    clubadvisors@providencehoa.com
                                                                                       Jeff Booker & Brian Robertson
                                 safety@providencehoa.com
Safety/Pool Committee            pool@providencehoa.com
                                                                                               Creek Village
                                 Chair: Maggie Millen
                                                                                      creekadvisors@providencehoa.com
                                 Co-Chair: Misti Howell
                                 Meetings: 4th Tuesdays, 7pm, GR*                     Darlene DeJong & Lenny Ramos

Sports Committee                 sports@providencehoa.com                                      Lake Village
                                 Chair: Elizabeth Army                                 lakeadvisors@providencehoa.com
                                 Co-Chair: Stephanie Waters                             Greg Ray & Dorothy Walker
                                 Meetings: 3rd Tuesdays, 7pm, GR*


                                 * “Gathering Room” in the Clubhouse   The Advisory Board Committee meets the 1st Thursday of every
                                                                       month at 7pm in the Gathering Room of the Clubhouse.




             Hospitality Committee At Work...
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 News Bites
             New Pavilion At Cape Cod Park                                            Get Great Landscaping Elevated Water Tower
                                                                                              Tips
C    onstruction of the new pavilion at Cape Cod Park has started in the
     area west of the tennis courts. Completion is scheduled prior to                                                         G
                                                                                                               o down FM-2931 and look up
                                                                                                                                    to see the new Providence
                                                                                                                              water tower. Estimated completion
Thanksgiving 2006. The Pavilion will feature a large meeting/party room
with a raised stage, an effeciency kitchen for food warming, bathrooms and
storage areas. It will be available for rental by residents for parties and events.
                                                                                      T    he Landscape Committee is
                                                                                           happy to announce monthly
                                                                                      Articles made available to Home
                                                                                                                              for the tower is still expected prior
                                                                                                                              to the end of 2006, which will assist
                                                                                      Owners. They can be picked up at        in water storage and pressures on
                                                                                      the Clubhouse or opt to have them       the Upper Trinity Regional Water
                                                                                      sent directly to your email. Simply     District system.
                                                                                      email your request with “Monthly
                                                                                      News Letter” in the subject line
                                                                                      directly to:
                                                                                      landscape@providencehoa.com.



                                                                                          Book Club News

                                                                                      A    s the weather cools, the time is
                                                                                           right to curl up with a good
                                                                                      book. Here are the dates and titles
                                                                                      for the November and December
                                                                                      Book Club meetings:

                                                                                      November 9 - “A Million Little
                                                                                      Pieces” by James Frey at 7pm in
                     Seeking Block Captains                                           the clubhouse.
                                                                                      December 14 - “ Last Days of
T    he Safety Committee is in need of Block Captains for the following
     streets. Extra captains are also needed on some streets already covered,
since some are big enough to divide. For more information, contact Maggie
                                                                                      Summer” by Steve Kluger. Dinner
                                                                                      meeting at The Abbey, Main
Millen at providencesafety@hotmail.com.                                               Street, Frisco at 7pm.

Creek Village                               Cape Village
Lexington, Concord, Boston Harbor,        Birch, Devonshire, Elm Drive, Live Oak,
Wethersfield Circle, Martha's Vineyard,   Providence, Maple
Plymouth, Davisville, Cambridge



Lake Village                                Island Village
Cedar Lake, Kingston, Providence Blvd,     Mary Lane, Degnan Lane, Angel Lane
Lakeside                                   Goodwin Drive, Westminster,
                                           Sweeney, Benefit, Cape Cod, Murphy


Harbor Village                              Eagle Village
Somerset, Catskill, Vernon, Blackstone,    Cape Cod, Nathaniel, Greene, Freedom,
Waterman, Myers, Dewitt Lane,              Myers, Rodgers, Cabera, Prospect
Benevolent Ct, Slater Mill, Stephanie
                                                                                                              THE PROVIDENCE TIMES - NOV/DEC 2006 - PAGE 5

                          Volunteers Needed!!!                                                                                         Developer’s Corner
W     e all enjoy the wonderful events that Providence has to offer. We come to
      expect big fun, great food, music, games and more. But these things don’t just
happen. Volunteers make it happen!
                                                                                                                                                        by J.C. Hughes, Huffines Communities

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                                                                                                               Important Notice - Aubrey School Bond Election (11-7-06)
Do you have imagination, talent, skills, abilities and some time that you could con-
tribute to make sure that the next Providence event 9821 Birch Drive is as terrific as
ever? Make a contribution to your community... VOLUNTEER!! Contact the
                                                                                                 T     here is a very important school
                                                                                                       bond election set as part of the
                                                                                                 general election on Tuesday,
                                                                                                                                                locate a new $9.875 million dollar ele-
                                                                                                                                                mentary school in your neighborhood.
                                                                                                                                                In addition to the new elementary
Activities Director at activities@providencehoa.com and find out how you can help.               November 7, 2006. The voting loca-             school in Providence Village, the
                                                                                                 tion is in the Savannah Ballroom in            AISD bond election will also set aside
               Come Be Part of the “ACTion”                                                      the Savannah development on                    $1.125 million to refurbish existing
                                                                                                 Highway 380. It is very important for          elementary schools, $9.5 million to
The Providence Players were formed in 2004 and performed in skits and events such                Providence Village residents who               add Phase 2 to the existing middle
as “Danger Stranger” at the 2004 National Night Out, “Five Little Pumpkins” and                  reside north of Fish Trap Road in the          school, and $13.5 million for the addi-
“Clown Town” at last year’s Providence Fall Fest and Santa’s Helpers at the Tree                 Aubrey Independent School District             tion of 70,000 square feet of space to
Lighting event. Also, don’t forget our play “Aime’e” at the New Year’s party and the             (AISD) to voice their vote on this crit-       the existing high school for new class-
“Trial of the Big Bad Wolf” in 2005. Be on the look-out for more information on our
                                                                                                 ical bond election and take the extra          rooms, science and computer labs,
upcoming play in February.
                                                                                                 time and effort to drive to Savannah           practice gym and locker room. The
                                                                                                 and VOTE!!!                                    total bond election is slated for $34
If you would like to have a role in live theatre, on stage or behind the scenes, check out
the “Providence Players Theater Group”. Drop in on the monthly meetings the first                                                               million dollars and is critical for the
Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm in the Gathering Room at the clubhouse or call                    It's no secret that the southern portion       fast growing school district.
Dorothy Walker for more details at 940-365-3463.                                                 of the AISD is the fastest growing seg-
                                                                                                 ment of the district, driven in most           Additional information is available
                                                                                                 part by the growth of our new sections         online at www.aubreyisd.net regard-
                          School News                  by Cindy Dillon                           in Providence Village. Huffines                ing the bond election and additional
       Providence Elementary/Aubrey High/Aubrey Middle School                                    Communities has set aside a school             information is available online at
                                                                                                 site on Cape Cod in Harbor Village             www.co.denton.tx.us for voting infor-
 This column is dedicated to the schools. We will highlight important events, school
                                                                                                 for the new elementary school, so res-         mation. Reminder - early voting is also
 announcements, calendars, and a few fun facts about the schools. If there is a special
 item you would like to see in this column or something you think would be beneficial            idents can utilize a neighborhood              available until November 3rd at the
 to let people know about; or just questions you have about the school that we could             school rather than busing or driving           Aubrey Community Center, Denton
 answer in this section - please email the Communications Committee and give us your             their young school children back and           City Hall, Carroll Administrative
 feedback. We will try to cover your concerns and questions if we can. We will cover             forth to Aubrey each day.                      Building at 401 West Hickory in
 all 3 schools that are important to Providence residents- Providence Elementary,                                                               Denton, Lewisville Municipal Annex
 Aubrey High School and Aubrey Middle School.                                                    The new elementary school would be             at 1197 Main Street, and
                                                                                                 located within walking distance of             the Carrollton Public
 Upcoming school holidays are Thanksgiving - November 22-24; Winter Break                        most homes and would also serve as a           Library at 4220
 December 21, 2006 - January 2, 2007.                                                            neighborhood recreational site and             North Josey Lane.
  Did you know the Aubrey Independent School District sends more than half of its students to    meeting location. This election could
  state competition each year? This covers all areas the students excel in: athletics, academ-   very well be your one opportunity to           PLEASE VOTE!
  ics, artistic and cultural as well as agriculture and civic service.



                                                                   Road Building- Know More About The Process
                                                                                                                                                          By County Commisioner Cynthia White

                                                  tion can take up to 20 years: hopefully,       In the planning and programming stage a       (Environmental Impact Study). In the
I  n our area it is unfortunate that conges-
   tion is a part of our daily lives; which
gives rise the question in our minds when
                                                  you noted the "federally-funded" as this is
                                                  what contributes the most time to a proj-
                                                                                                 project is initiated and authorized. We
                                                                                                 are in a non-attainment area so every proj-
                                                                                                                                               environmental stage preliminary environ-
                                                                                                                                               mental issues are identified, interagency
we are bogged down to a crawl in our daily        ect. You could break it down into several      ect must go through conformity which          coordination and permitting occur and
commute, "Why doesn't somebody plan               parts; planning and programming, prelim-       essentially ensures that it complies with     the environmental documentation is gen-
for the future and build roads before we          inary design, environmental, right-of-way      the region's mobility plan in addition to     erated. Then public hearings are held
get to this point?"                               and utilities, PS&E Development (Plans,        ensuring that it meets the clean air          and subsequent to those hearings the envi-
                                                  Specifications and Estimates), letting and     requirements set for our region. In this      ronmental clearance is achieved. This
That is a great question and as you would         construction. Within all of these "parts"      stage, the construction funding is identi-    process can take up to four years or more
imagine the answer is multi-faceted but           lies potential road-blocks, pardon the         fied.                                         though normally, barring any irregulari-
could be simplified down to funding and           pun, that could increase the amount of                                                       ties, normally takes around two years. In
process. This will be a three-part column         time the final project will take.              The Preliminary Design stage includes         my next column I will continue to detail
where I will focus on the process in the          Disagreement between agencies on proj-         data collection, preliminary design prepa-    the rest of the project development
first and second article and the funding in       ect specifics, funding issues, environmen-     ration, public meetings, preliminary          process.
the third.                                        tal delays, public opposition, and the         schematic, geometric schematics, value
                                                  bureaucratic process itself are some exam-     engineering, and the geometric schematic      Cynthia White is the Denton County Commissioner
To build or expand a federally funded             ple of problems that could occur.              approval. The geometric schematics and        for Precinct 1 and can be reached at 940-349-2810
                                                                                                 value engineering are required for the EIS    or Cynthia.white@dentoncounty.com
road from conception to final construc-
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 Event Highlights

    A Summer In The Hamptons
                                                                               pool party
    T    he “Summer In The Hamptons”
         Pool Party on the evening of
    August 26th was a huge success. It was
    the perfect way to finish the summer
    season! The catered food was DELI-
    CIOUS, and included tasty delites
    such as crab cakes and lobster “shoot-
    ers”. Party-goers left the kiddies at
    home and enjoyed mingling with
    neighbors and making new friends- it
    was an excellent event for the adults to
    hang out together. There was music
    and dancing well into the night!

    A huge thanks to Plano Marine for
    the wonderful door prizes and dis-
    playing the gorgeous boats that every-
    one enjoyed checking out at the
    entrance to the clubhouse.




                        New Year’s Eve                           Holiday Yard of the Month
                                                                 Home owners will see the
                                                                                                           NOW AVAILABLE:
                                                                                                        AMERILERT EMERGENCY
                                                                 Landscaping Committee out taking
                                                                                                         NOTIFICATION SYSTEM
                                                                 photo’s for Yard-of-the-Month, so
                                           9pm - 1am             watch for updates for the winners.     Your Safety Committee is happy
                                           Location To                                                  to announce a wonderful new
                                                                 All neat, attractive and well kept
                                          Be Announced                                                  service available to Providence
                                                                 yards will be considered.              residents. Amerilert is an emer-
                                     Roaring 20’s Party                                                 gency alert system that sends
                                     at the Providence           During the Month of December,          subscribers instant alerts straight
                                         Speakeasy               we will also be having an additional   to their pagers, cellphones,
                                      Food, music, prizes,       “Holiday-Yard-of-the-Month” for
                                                                            Y    o t M                  Blackberry devices and email to
                                     casino games & cham-                                               notify them of such things as tor-
                                                                 decorations used in the landscape.     nado warnings, Amber alerts and
                                    pagne toast to ring in the   Get into the spirit and maybe you’ll   other local emergencies. If you
                                           New Year!
                                                                 be the winner!                         are interested, just go to the
                                                                                                        HOA website and click on the
                                                                                                        “ENS Alert” link to find out more.

                                                                                                        The HOA does not specifically
                                                                                                        recommend or endorse this serv-
                                                                                                        ice, and it should not be con-
                                                                                                        fused with the current free
                                                                                                        Urgent Email Alert system pro-
       Look for more info                                                                               vided by the association.
      coming to a mailbox
           near you!
                                                                                       THE PROVIDENCE TIMES - NOV/DEC 2006 - PAGE 7


    The Kid’s Corral Plans                                                                Poets of Providence
    To Open Early in 2007                                                     What Christmas Is Not
Many parents will be happy to        veying parents to see what
hear that a new day care center      other activities would be most           Christmas is not the gift you buy, but it is the time you spend wrap-
will be opening soon, conve-         desired.                                 ping it with just the right paper and the special bow you put on top.
niently located on FM 2931 in
                                     For the “after-schoolers”, there         Christmas is not the tree with all the presents under it, but it is read-
Providence Village.
                                     will be tutorial help and com-           ing the name tags five thousand times with out anyone knowing.
The Kid’s Corral plans to open       puter access available for               Christmas is not the lights that line the house or hang from the
around the second week in            homework. In the summertime,             shrubs, but it is the way they twinkle against the night’s curtain of
February 2007. The center will       kids will enjoy enrichment pro-          blue.
be providing transportation to       grams that will keep their skills
Providence, Savannah and             up while they have fun. If you           Christmas is not the big meal with all the trimmings, but it is the
Aubrey Elementary Schools, as        need more information, feel              hands that prepared it and the smells that remind you of long times
well as Aubrey Intermediate          free to call 940-440-0040 or go          past.
School. They will care for chil-     to their website,
                                                                              Christmas is not a little man dressed in red with a long white beard,
dren from infancy up through 12      www.thekidscorral.com.
                                                                              but it is the magic of dreams that live in the faces of children.
years of age.
                                                                              Christmas is not the carols that you hear at the malls, but it is the
Director Amy May says, “Many                                                  sound of small voices just a slight bit off key at their first Christmas
parents want to know if we have                                               pageant.
a planned curriculum. The
answer is- yes.” They will pro-                                               Christmas is not just one day, one time out of the year, but it is shar-
vide developmentally appropri-                                                ing, caring, remembering and loving family and friends all year long.
ate curriculums for children of                                               by Dorothy Walker
all ages. Additional, optional
activities will also be available-
including tumbling, ballet and
martial arts. They will be sur-
                                                                              W      hatever the celebration, whatever the day, whatever the event, what-
                                                                                     ever the occasion, there is a poem in all of us. If you would like to have
                                                                              your poem published in the Providence Times contact Dorothy Walker at
                                                                              940-365-3463 for details and deadlines. Until next time , Poets Of Providence.



                                                                                                                           BREAKFAST WITH SANTA
                                                                                                                        Sponsored by The Hospitality Committee

                                                                                                                              Here comes Santa Claus,
                                                                                                                         Here comes Santa Claus right down
                                                                                                                                Providence Lane!

                                                                                                                      Santa has loaded up his sleigh and is
                                                                                                                      headed to Providence on Saturday,
                                                                                                                      December 2nd from 8:30AM-12:15PM.
                                                                                                                      Please bring your camera to capture those
                                                                                                                      special moments with Santa! Breakfast
                                                                We would like to give a great big                     will include hot pancakes, fresh fruit, cof-
                                                                Providence “THANK YOU” to Cook                        fee, milk, orange juice, & apple juice.
                                                                Children’s Hospital for everything they do            Tickets will be sold for the following
                                                                for the community. Not only for the health-           seating times:
                                                                care services they provide, but also for                8:30AM, 9:15AM, 10:00AM, 10:45AM,
                                                                their wonderful sponsorship of Providence                         11:30AM, 12:15PM.
                                                                events such as National Night Out,                    Space is limited, please contact
                                                                Independence Day and, this Christmas                  LeeAnne at hospitality@providence-
                                                                look for Cook Children’s at the Treelighting          hoa.com or stop by the clubhouse to pur-
                                                                Ceremony where they will be handing out               chase your tickets.
                                                                Christmas items for all the kids. Thank you,          Ticket sales will begin Monday,
                                                                Cook Children’s Hospital for everything!!             November 13th.
                                                                                                                          Adults $3.00 and Children $1.50
                                                                                                                            Don't miss out on the FUN!!
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 Financial Focus
       By Marcia Donaldson

Now Is The Time To Save For Your Kids’ College Tuition

                                                surely rise for this school year, and, in all   be subject to federal, state and penalty taxes.   tribute large amounts of money to the plan,
I  f you are a parent of a college student,
   you've probably already made whatever
arrangements you are going to make to
                                                likelihood, for the next few years, too. In
                                                fact, for the past decade, inflation has        Aside from the tax benefits, a Section 529
                                                                                                                                                  you may be able to reduce the size of your
                                                                                                                                                  taxable estate. Plus, even though the assets
meet those hefty tuition payments - and         been much higher on the college campus          savings plan offers other advantages. First,      are out of your estate, you retain control of
some of these arrangements can involve          than in the world outside.                      account limits are quite high - you can accu-     them. You decide who will get the money
considerable sacrifice. But if your children                                                    mulate more than $200,000 per beneficiary,        and when he or she will get it. You can even
are a few years away from heading off to        So, what are the best ways to save and invest   although special gifting provisions may           change the beneficiary to another family
school, you can still take advantage of some    for college? As is the case when you save for   apply.                                            member.
attractive college savings vehicles - and the   retirement, it's a good idea to find vehicles                                                     An investment professional can give you a
best time to start exploring these options is   that offer both growth potential and tax        And, just as importantly, you can get signifi-    good idea of how much you need to put
now.                                            advantages. Here's one to consider:             cant estate-planning benefits from a Section      aside for a college education and which
                                                                                                529 savings plan. Because you can con-            investments are best suited to your particu-
How important is it to save early and              Section 529 Savings Plan - In a Section                                                        lar needs. But don't wait too long. While
often for college? Just ponder these fig-       529 savings plan, you put money in specific                                                       college may look a long way off for your kids
ures from the 2005-2006 school year:            investments. All withdrawals will be free                                                         now, time has a way of sneaking up on you
For students attending four-year public         from federal income taxes, as long as the                                                         - so don't let it catch you unprepared!
colleges and universities, the average          money is used for a qualified college or
total cost was $15,566, while students at       graduate school expense of the beneficiary                                                        Marcia Donaldson is a licensed Investment Advisor
                                                you've named - typically, your child or                                                           with Edward Jones Investments. You can contact her
four-year private colleges and universities                                                                                                       at (940) 365-0462
paid, on average, $31,916, according to         grandchild. Withdrawals for expenses other
the College Board. These numbers will           than qualified education expenditures may




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 Clubs & Classes
 Bunko Club                                Playgroup Schedule                                  Is There A Club For You?          see page 12 calendar
What’s Bunko? Come and find out! The      Nov. 1st- NO PLAYGROUP
Bunko Club meets the 3rd Wednesday of     Nov. 8th- Indoor Bounce Party                  Bunko Club- 3rd Wednesday... Arlene Murphy 940-365-0239
the month in the clubhouse at 7:30pm,     Nov. 15th- Playtime @ Main Park                Cardio Challenge Club- Mon & Wed 8-9pm...
play starts promptly at 8pm. Contact      Nov. 22nd- NO PLAYGROUP                               Salina Harris 940-349-2448
Arlene Murphy: 940-365-0239.              Nov. 29th - Fort Worth Zoo                     Poker Club- 1st Sat & 3rd Fri... Bill Saunders 940-390-9329
                                          Dec. 6th - Toys R Us Storytime                 Over 40’s Social Club- 4th Thurs 7:30pm NEW CLUB
                                          Dec. 13th - Santa Visit -Stonebriar Mall              Debra Roth 1-940-393-5193
                                          Dec. 20th - Holiday Gathering                  Family Life Club- Sundays... Contact Will & Kelly Davis for
                                          Dec. 27th- NO PLAYGROUP                               time and location, 940-365-2160
                                                                                         Small Business Club- 1st Wed 7pm... Marcia Donaldson
                                          Please check out our Yahoo Group at                   940-365-1728
                                          http://groups.yahoo.com/group/provi-
                                                                                         Providence Book Club- 2nd Thurs... Mary Guy 469-235-6385
                                          denceplaygroup/
                                                                                         Providence Playgroup Club- Wed... Taryn Young 940-365-3508
                                          or email
                                                                                         Providence Players Theatre Club- 1st Tues... Dorothy Walker
                                          providenceplaygroup@yahoo.com
                                                                                                940-365-3463
 Make Valuable Contacts-                                                                 Recipe Exchange Club- 2nd Mon... Arlene Murphy 940-365-0239
                                           New Art Classes                               Scrapbook Club- 2nd & 4th Fri... Michelle Shuck 940-365-2430
 Small Business Club                      Do you have a creative child and would         Wine-Tasting Club- 4th Sat... Crystal Miller 817-938-3170
Calling all Small Business Owners in      like an outlet for their excitement and cre-   Yoga Club- Thur... Amber Poldrugach 940-440-9146
Providence! Do you want the opportunity   ativity? Are you a teenager or adult who       Providence Girl Scouts (Brownie Troop #374)- Tue 5:30pm
to network with other business owners?    has always wanted to learn how to draw?               Stephanie Grant 940-365-1390
Please join us every first Wednesday of   The perfect solution... new art classes
                                                                                         Providence Girl Scouts (Daisy Troop #984)- NEW CLUB
each month at 7pm in the Gathering        forming for all ages and skill levels. For
                                                                                           See calendar for exact dates, Michelle Biedinger 940-365-5844
Room. Please contact Marcia Donaldson     more information please contact
at (940) 365-1728 for more information.   Kimberley McGuire at 214-577-2873
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  Sports & Health
380 Summer Softball                            Flag Football                                                    Take The 2007 Providence
3   80 Softball, brought to Providence and
    Savannah by the Providence Sports          T     he Providence Sports Committee is
                                                     excited to offer Adult Co-Ed Flag
                                               Football again this winter. The season will
                                                                                                                    Health Challenge
Committee, completed their Summer Season                                                      Let's Stop Obesity, Heart Disease & Type 2 Diabetes in Our Community
on September 30th. Last season's winners,      run from January to March and will be
                                                                                                By Rosetta Wheeler
The Savannah Sluggers, relinquished top        open to any persons over 18 years of age
honors by handing over the Kerri Trophy to     from Providence or Savannah. The cost         The holidays are upon us and it is SO easy to forget about fitness. Instead, why
the Providence Scared Hitless team. The        will be $20 per person to cover equipment,    don’t you challenge yourself to truly be the healthiest you can be? Don’t wait for
final score was a 14 to 3 victory for Scared   uniform and season banquet. Sign-Ups          the New Year to start living those resolutions! Here are six tips to help you suc-
                                               will be held in the Providence Clubhouse      ceed in your challenge:
Hitless at Savannah's ball park. Stop by the
                                               on December 9th, time to be determined.
Providence Clubhouse to view the trophy!                                                     1. Set obtainable goals take small obtainable steps.
Congratulations to all of Scared Hitless and
their captains, Matt Tucker and Don Droddy.                                                  2. Put your body in motion! Walk 30 minutes 3 times a week. Providence is beau-
Season awards were handed out at a banquet.                                                  tiful and walking relaxes your mind and body. Get out and enjoy our community.
The awards were voted on by the players.                                                     It doesn't matter where you live in Providence, you can walk.
Results are as follows:
                                                                                             3. You can take advantage of our Full Fitness Center, open 24/7 with key card
Cy Young (Best Pitcher): Mike Linz                                                           access.
Master Batter (Female): Krista Gannon                                                        4. Start eating more vegetables and fruits. The next two tips can help you to make
Master Batter (Male): Tim Porter                                                             that transition easy and stress free.
Most Improved (Female): Jen Droddy
Most Improved (Male): Darrell Kidd               For Information                             5. Qwik and Easy Salad for life: Do not use iceberg lettuce because t has very little
                                                                                             nutritional value.
Golden Glove (Female): Susan Mattheus            On These And
Golden Glove (Male): Chad Watson                                                                       1 bag of organic salad in a bag (Spring greens, Herb)
Toughest Player (Female): Elizabeth Army         Other Providence                                      1 bag Romaine lettuce
Toughest Player (Male): Matt Tucker              Sporting Events,                                      1 bag of Broccoli florets
                                                                                                       1 bag Stringless Sugar Snap Peas
Mr. Underappreciated: Darrell Kidd
                                                 Contact:                                              1 Green Pepper,
The Sports Committee looks forward to                                                                  2 Tomatoes
offering 2 seasons of softball in 2007,                                                                1 Onion
with the first season starting in April.       sports@providencehoa.com                                1 bag of Parmesan Cheese
                                                                                             Mix ingredients in a large bowl, serve with your favorite fat-free or low-fat dressing
                                                                                             and top with Parmesan Cheese. Have a salad with lunch and dinner. Keeps in
                                                                                             fridge for 2-3 days if covered.
                                                                                             6. Fruit-For-Life Breakfast Shake
                                                                                                       Add to blender
                                                                                                       ¼ cup of Strawberries
                                                                                                       ¼ cup of Blueberries or Mixed Berries
                                                                                                       1 egg (omega enriched eggs)
                                                                                                       2 tablespoons of flaxseed
                                                                                                       1 banana
                                                                                                       6 oz. Milk
                                                                                                       3 to 4 ice cubes
                                                                                                       Add sweetener (Stevia natural sweetener or Splenda) if necessary
                                                                                             Blend until smooth, pour and enjoy. Also makes a nice evening
                                                                                             De-Stresser!




                                                                                             If you take on this 2007 Providence Ultimate Health
                                                                                             Challenge and would like to share an idea, write an arti-
                                                                                             cle or share a testimony, please e-mail Rosetta at
                                                                                             qimb@cebridge.net.
                                                                                                      THE PROVIDENCE TIMES - NOV/DEC 2006 - PAGE 11


2006 Was a Great Year; Sports Committee Thanks
Those Who Made It Happen                                                                           Providence’s Resident Liberty Mutual Agent
                                                                                                                            HOME * AUTO * LIFE

T    his year was the first full year for the
     Providence Sports Committee, and
they hosted a variety of great events.
                                                more information on how you can help
                                                with specific events or even join the
                                                committee. Without more homeowner
                                                                                            As a fellow Providence homeowner I understand the importance of
                                                                                            AFFORDABLE home and auto insurance. I also understand that most
                                                involvement the events the Sports
                                                                                            families do not like to be burdened by constantly worrying about their
They held their first Annual Super Bowl         Committee offers cannot continue to
Party with good food, fun, games and            happen. Please join today! Check your
                                                                                            insurance if they don’t have to. This is where I come in!
prizes along with great neighbors. Look         HOA Calendar for meeting times or
for this event again in 2007! Each season       email the Sports Committee.                 Call me for a review of your insurance needs and I can show you
this year, the Sports Committee offered                                                           how to consolidate all of your personal insurance and
at least one sport for residents to enjoy       We’d like to take this opportunity to                            help you save money!
including kids soccer, adult softball and       thank all of our Providence Committees
kickball, and others. In May, the Sports        and volunteers, including the ABC and       I offer savings opportunities to good students, college graduates, new
Committee hosted two events.             A      Board of Directors, as well as Premier
                                                                                            homeowner’s, alarm discounts, certain employers, and many others.
Memorial Day event, complete with chil-         and our fabulous HOA Staff- Sandy,
dren's activities, a craft and vendor fair,     Joslyn, Kim and Deborah. Thank you to
observance ceremony and a Movie in the          the Hospitality Committee, the Activities      *CALL ME TODAY FOR A FREE, NO OBLIGATION QUOTE!
Park was held. Our first-ever Fight Night       Committee and the Safety Committee.
featured the Mayorga/De La Hoya fight           Special thanks to Hollie & Allan Anson,                                                Reanna Richards
that ended in the 6th round. September          Johnny & Angie West, Doug Virden,                                                      Personal Sales Representative
17th, the Cowboys home-opener was               Jody Rodriguez, Ron Anderson, Kenny &                                                  Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
marked by a free party for Providence           Celli Nye, Ernie Law, Lenny Ramos,                                                     1125 Legacy Dr. Suite 300
residents.      In October the Sports           Brian Roberson, Amey Becerra, Brad &                                                   Frisco, TX. 75034
Committee held another Movie Night on           Krista Gannon, Sean Gentry, Mary &                                                     Phone: 214-618-6880 x 230
the Providence Ball Field with two              Tom Guy, Dog Days Day Spa for Dogs,                                                    Cellular: 469-360-7638
Halloween themed movies.                        FedEx Kinko's, Subway, Washington
                                                                                                                                       Fax: 214-618-9845
                                                Mutual, Eddie & Elizabeth Army,
All of these events were planned by             Heather Hassan, Darrell Kidd, Mike &
                                                                                                                                       Reanna.richards@libertymutual.com
homeowners just like you. The Sports            Tara Linz, David & Amy Loomis, John &       *Discounts may not apply in all circumstances.
Committee really needs dedicated vol-           Melissa Morrison, Efren & Jennifer
unteers to carry on in 2007. Please con-        Olvera, and Matt & Stephanie Waters.
tact sports@providencehoa.com for
                                                                                                                                                          Classes                                                           Committees


                                                November
                                                                                                                                     Creative Movement/Ballet- Tues/Thurs                     Communications: 3rd Mondays
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 All committee meetings are
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                                                                                                                                               Mariah Wilbert xxx.xxx.xxxx                    Hospitality: 4th Wednesdays
                                                                                                                                     Master Han’s Martial Arts- Mon/Wed
                                                                                                                                                                                              Landscape: 2nd Wednesdays
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 at 7pm in the Gathering
                                                                                                                                               Charles Humphrey xxx.xxx.xxxx                                                                     Room in the clubhouse. See
                                                                                                                                     Art Class- Mondays                                       Safety/Pool: 4th Tuesdays
                                                                                                                                                                                              Sports: 3rd Tuesdays                               Page 3 for more information
                                                                                                                                               Kimberley McGuire at xxx-xxx-xxxx

                                                     Sunday                   Monday                             Tuesday                            Wednesday                         Thursday                           Friday                           Saturday
                                                                                                                                               1                                2            Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15   3                              4
                                                                                                                                                                                             Pre-Point 5:15-6:15
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ballet 6:15-7pm                                       New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Tap & Jazz 7pm                                                    10:30am GR
                                                                                                                                                   Small Business Club 7pm GR                                                                                  Poker Club 7pm GR
                                                                                                                                                                                        Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR
                                                                                                                                              Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR        ABC COMMITTEE 7pm- GR

                                                                                                                                                                                              Book Club 7pm GR
                                                5                     6                                 7         Creative Movement 4:30
                                                                                                                                               8                                9                                   10                            11
                                                                                                                         Ballet I & II 5pm    Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR                Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15                                       New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                                          Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45                                                    Pre-Point 5:15-6:15                                                    10:30am GR
                                                                                                         Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR        Daisy Troop #984 6:45-8pm MPR                     Ballet 6:15-7pm
                                                                                 Art Class 7-8pm MPR
                                                                                                        Prov. PlayersTheatre Club 7:30pm                                                         Tap & Jazz 7pm
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR     Denton County Elections                  LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE                                                   Scrapbook Club 7pm GR
                                                                                                           7am-7pm in Clubhouse                                7pm— GR                  Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR

                                                12                    13                                14                                    15                                16           Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15   17                            18
                                                                                                                                                     Prov. Playgroup 11am MPR                Pre-Point 5:15-6:15
                                                                                Art Class 7-8pm MPR                                                                                              Ballet 6:15-7pm                                        New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                                                                              Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR                    Tap & Jazz 7pm                                                     10:30am GR
                                                                            Recipe Exchange Club 7pm             Creative Movement 4:30
                                                                                                                        Ballet I & II 5pm              Bunko Club 7:30pm GR
                                                                                                          Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45                                               Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR
                                                                                                                                                   HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE                                                    Poker Club 7pm GR
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR    Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR                                              BOARD MEETING 6pm- GR
                                                                                                                                                                  7pm- GR

                                                19                    20                                21                                    22                                23                                  24                            25
                                                                                                                   Creative Movement 4:30
                                                                                                                          Ballet I & II 5pm                                                                                                             New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                Art Class 7-8pm MPR
                                                                                                            Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45                                                                                                                         10:30am GR
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR

                                                                                 COMMUNICATIONS
                                                                                                          Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR
                                                                                                        SPORTS COMMITTEE 7pm- GR
                                                                                                                                              Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR
                                                                                                                                                                                Thanksgiving                             Scrapbook Club 7pm GR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Wine Tasting Club 6:30pm GR

                                                                               COMMITTEE 7pm- GR

                                                26                    27                                28                                    29                                30           Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15
                                                                                                                 Creative Movement 4:30                                                      Pre-Point 5:15-6:15                                   GR= Gathering
                                                                                                                        Ballet I & II 5pm       Prov. Playgroup 11am MPR                         Ballet 6:15-7pm                                   Room
                                                                                                          Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45                                                        Tap & Jazz 7pm
                                                                                Art Class 7-8pm MPR      Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MPR= Multi-
                                                                                                          SAFETY/POOL COMMITTEE
                                                                                                                                                                                       Over 40’s Social Club 7:30                                  Purpose Room
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR                                     Daisy Troop #984 6:45-8pm MPR
                                                                                                                                 7pm- BR                                                Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR




                                                December                                                                                           The Homeowner’s Association does not recommend or
                                                                                                                                                                 endorse any of these clubs or classes.
                                                                                                                                                        See Page 9 for more information about clubs and
                                                                                                                                                                  classes including contact information.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              For amenities rentals, please contact the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Activities Director at 940-440-0242.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Rental requests must be submitted at least
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               14 days in advance of rental event date.


                                                     Sunday                   Monday                             Tuesday                            Wednesday                         Thursday                           Friday                           Saturday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1                              2   New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   10:30am GR

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Breakfast with Santa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  8:30am-12:15
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Tree Lighting Event
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        6-9pm
                                                                                                                                                                                             Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15
                                                3                     4                                 5                                      6                                7            Pre-Point 5:15-6:15    8                              9
                                                                                                                 Creative Movement 4:30                                                          Ballet 6:15-7pm
                                                                                                                                                     Prov. Playgroup 11am MPR                                                                           New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                                                        Ballet I & II 5pm                                                        Tap & Jazz 7pm
                                                                                                         Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45                                                                                                                            10:30am GR
                                                                                                                                                  Small Business Club 7pm GR
                                                                                Art Class 7-8pm MPR      Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR                                                 Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR
                                                                                                                                                Daisy Troop #984 6:45-8pm MPR
                                                                                                               Prov. Players Theatre Club
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR                                         Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR        ABC COMMITTEE 7pm- GR               Scrapbook Club 7pm GR
                                                                                                                              7:30pm GR


                                                10                    11                                12                                    13                                14           Book Club 7pm GR       15                            16
                                                                                                                                                     Prov. Playgroup 11am MPR                Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15                                       New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                Art Class 7-8pm MPR                                                                                          Pre-Point 5:15-6:15
                                                                                                                Creative Movement 4:30                                                                                                                              10:30am GR
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ballet 6:15-7pm
                                                                            Recipe Exchange Club 7pm                   Ballet I & II 5pm      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR                    Tap & Jazz 7pm
                                                                                                         Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR                                              LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE                                                      Poker Club 7pm GR
                                                                                                         Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR                                                 Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR
                                                                                                                                                               7pm— GR

                                                17                    18                                19                                    20                                21                                  22                            23
                                                                                                                 Creative Movement 4:30             Prov. Playgroup 11am MPR                 Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15                                       New Homeowner Orientation
                                                                                Art Class 7-8pm MPR                                                                                          Pre-Point 5:15-6:15
                                                                                                                        Ballet I & II 5pm                                                                                                                           10:30am GR
                                                                                                         Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45               Bunko Club 7:30pm GR                      Ballet 6:15-7pm
                                                                      Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR
                                                                                                         Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR        Daisy Troop #984 6:45-8pm MPR                     Tap & Jazz 7pm
                                                                                 COMMUNICATIONS                                                                                                                                                        Wine Tasting Club 6:30pm GR
                                                                               COMMITTEE 7pm- GR        SPORTS COMMITTEE 7pm- GR              Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR           Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR            Scrapbook Club 7pm GR


                                                24                    25                                26       Creative Movement 4:30
                                                                                                                                              27                                28     Over 40’s Social Club 7:30   29                            30
                                                                                                                        Ballet I & II 5pm                                                    Pre-Ballet 4:30-5:15                                       New Homeowner Orientation


                                                                      Christmas
                                                                                                         Pre-Ballet 6pm, Tap & Jazz 6:45                                                     Pre-Point 5:15-6:15                                                    10:30am GR
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ballet 6:15-7pm
                                                     New Year’s Eve                                      Girl Scouts Troop# 374 5:30 GR                                                          Tap & Jazz 7pm
                                                                                                                                              Cardio Challenge Club 8-9pm MPR
                                                      Roaring 20’s                                        SAFETY/POOL COMMITTEE
                                                31     9pm-1am                                                                    7pm- BR                                               Yoga Club 8:15 pm MPR

				
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