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VAPBHOA website: pbhoa.net
A RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY IN NOBLESVILLE, IN 46062
Kudos to Sandy Kern Next VAPB HOA Meeting
for volunteering VAPB HOA Board Meetings are scheduled for the
to fill the position of 2nd Thursday of each month, unless otherwise stated.
VAPB HOA Secretary! The next regular Board meeting will be held on . . .
Resident, Bob Tate, is currently Thursday, August 11, at 6pm
residing as vice-president on an Cancun Restaurant in Westfield
interim basis. The Board is (Kroger Plaza)
needs a volunteer to step forward
and assume the position of Everyone is Welcome!
VAPB HOA Vice President
This is a excellent opportunity to become actively
involved in the management of the community !
Consider sparing a couple of hours per month
toward the betterment of YOUR neighborhood.
Contact a Board member listed in the newsletter!
Sun-Thurs, 9am~9pm Fri-Sat, 9am~10pm
Noblesville Schools Bus Stop Link
Please be reminded that the pool will be CLOSED for the
season after Labor Day weekend. Noblesville Schools e-link is up and running for the 2011-2012
The final day will be Monday, September 5. school year. Find your bus stop by going to the "Parents"
link on the left side of your school home page and
We hope that everyone has enjoyed the pool this summer. finding the Bus Stop link. Follow the directions on the page
On your way out of the pool area these last few weeks of by putting in the grade of your child and your address — routes
summer, please be sure to take home any thing that you will not modify after Friday, August 12, so please check again
may have brought to the area—to include toys, cans, after that date to verify your bus stop. Schools will have a hard
snacks, etc. Let’s keep it looking nice for everyone copy of all this information by Friday, August 12, if information
to enjoy. can not be located on the computer
Your thoughtfulness is appreciated!! : )
Boulevard Association Meeting
On the Calendar
8/11 VAPB HOA Meeting, 6pm, Cancun Restaurant August 15, 2011
8/15 Boulevard Association Meeting November 14, 2011
8/17 Noblesville—Back to School All meetings are on a Monday at 4:00 pm at the Pebble
8/24 Early Release/Noblesville Schools Brook Golf Course Clubhouse.
The great thing in this world is not so much where you stand, as in what direction you are moving. --Oliver Wendell Holmes
Page 2 VILLAGE VOICE, VILLAGES OF PEBBLEBROOK MONTHLY NEWSLETTER~ August 2011
204 VAPB Homesteads
What‟s on Board . . . . with the Board
Villages at Pebble Brook Homeowners Association
MAILBOXES AND Monthly Meeting — July 7, 2011, 6:00 PM
POSTS Italia Mia - Westfield, IN
Please remember, all
mailboxes must maintain the Board Members and Others Present
same color, style, numbering
and posts as the rest of the President Rick Foster
neighborhood. Secretary (interim)/Treasurer Andrea Foster
LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT Amenities Association Russ Lush
18 ½” 5" 6" Guests Christine Earley, Village Voice
19 ½” 6" 7"
22 ½” 8" 11 ½” Bob Tate, Homeowner
If you are in need of a Mary Tate, Homeowner
replacement, please contact : Carolyn McGinley, Homeowner
Sandy Kern, Homeowner
• Mailbox Make-over
—Mailbox repair and repaint. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm.
—-New mailbox & New post Minutes from Last Meeting
For more information e-mail or
call to request brochure/order • Meeting minutes from the June 9, 2011 were reviewed and approved by the Board as written.
form. Contact: Rick Howell
Cell: (317) 376-0339
email@example.com • All assessments have been paid in full.
• There have been no volunteers for the Secretary position thus far.
• Address Art (mailboxes)
• Rick will check with the Boulevard Association on the repair of the lights along SR32.
addressart. com or
254 -1508 Treasurer Report
• AAA Mailboxes (Post) at • The year-to-date May 2011 financial statements were reviewed and approved by the Board.
• Brad Neff submitted his resignation as Board Vice President, effective 07/05-11 due to
• Bob and Mary Tate were voted in to fill the Vice President position on an interim basis.
• We need volunteers to fill the Vice President and Secretary positions.
Dates for • A resident raised her concern about the unenclosed hot tub, once again. The Board felt that
the this issue was raised and addressed appropriately by the Board counsel at the annual meeting
VAPBHOA last October. She was advised to contact our attorney for any further clarification, she needs
Monthly to deem this issue closed.
Meetings : • The proposed increase in drainage taxes was discussed. The hearing will take place on
VAPB HOA Meeting 07/25/2011. If approved, the annual cost to the HOA will increase from the current
$316.56 to $936.50.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Meetings are held on the 2nd
Thursday of each month, • There were no new issues raised
unless otherwise stated. • There no requests submitted.
• The next scheduled meeting is Monday, 08/15/2011 at 4:00PM at the Pebble Brook Golf
Do you have a special event that Amenities Association
you would like to announce in the
• The wires on the surveillance system were cut and the cameras were stolen on
newsletter — new baby, honors,
new resident to the neighborhood, or around June 28, 2011. Due to an alternate system, the parties involved have been
etc.? Contact Jennifer Tomlinson tentatively identified. The case has been turned over to the Noblesville Police.
at 896-1049 firstname.lastname@example.org, • We will be researching alternatives on future security options.
and it will be published in the • A resident raised her concern about general rough horse play by the older children that use
Village Voice. the pool. The fear is that the younger children are going to get injured. Also, there is a
concern about the general access to the pool.
Village Voice • Due to these and other issues, we will explore the possibility of an attendant.
Submissions • Year-to-Date Pool Repairs:
If you have any information
or an ad for the newsletter, What’s on Board w/the Board . . . Continued on Page 3
please submit it to: Christine
Earley 702 Firethorn Circle,
Noblesville, IN 46062,
email@example.com “Great Neighbors “ . . . Make Greater Neighborhoods
or to anyone of the board Submit an article of interest, announcement, concern regarding neighborhood safety or just
members prior to the
monthly meeting or by the to thank a neighbor, who helped out in a time of need; if so, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
20th of the month prior to or email@example.com.
month when you would like it to
appear. Thank you!
(Submitted articles may be subject to board approval for publication.)
Page 3 VILLAGE VOICE, VILLAGES OF PEBBLEBROOK MONTHLY NEWSLETTER~ August 2011
What’s on Board . . . . with the Board, continued from pg. 2
May/June Expenses (out of budget)
Amount Paid To Reason
$219 Ashpaugh Electric Faulty interior and exterior outlets KIDS AT WORK
on pool house, low power output
on exterior GFI Animal Sitter
$33.38 Leslie Pools Replaced wading pool chlorinator,
Holden Booher, experienced and
old one removed & destroyed by dependable, 896-1191.
Abby Crouch, Experienced, trustworthy
$194 Stanley Security Solutions Card reader system not functioning
& reliable. 896-5811.
Paige Moore, experienced,
responsible. References available
$110.73 T-Time Reimbursement for additional
shock purchased due to pumps/
filters repair Morgan Upton, Available for walking
$349 Summers Heating & Plumbing No water pressure in women’s your dogs during holiday breaks or any
day after school. Call or text Morgan's
restroom, repair of broken toilet in mom. Pam @ 442-3246
women’s restroom Home # 867-5438
$800 Myette Pools Repair and replacement of pool
multiports (2 @ $200), repair of Babysitter
wading pool leak
$142 T-Time Reimbursement for chlorinator Heather Davidson
repair (pd to Myette Pools) Senior in Elementary Education at
Purdue.4th year YMCA employee
Certifications: First-aid, CPR, Child
$3800 Myette Pools Replacement of pool heater Abuse Prevention, Safety and Risk
Management and Aquatics I have
references; and experiences with
855 Leslie Pool Supply Purchase new pool vacuum special-needs children. I am also
available for overnights. 867-1243
$250 T-Time Wading pool gate repair (in place Brooke Denny, CPR certified and
of Glidden Fence quote of $585) experienced with babies and toddlers.
Very responsible, with reasonable rates.
317-363-4950 or SokrGal72@yahoo.com
Jessica Lampo, 896-5963.
2011 Pool Passes
• New residents needing pool passes, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call Paige Moore, experienced,
responsible. References, 867-1523
(867-4733) to get a pass.
• Any current resident needing a replacement pass, the fee is $25. Contact Russ or Ashley Schumlan Certified safe sitter
Tamisa Lush. with experience with triplets as babies
and toddlers. Very responsible and
• A reminder that passes are not to be shared with other households. Any resident that
references are available at
shares a pass will have their household’s pass cancelled. Please contact Tamisa Lush, if 317/867-1616.
you have questions.
Sydney Tomlinson, 12 years old: safe
Grounds sitter graduate—896-1049
• Tree limbs will be trimmed in the near future
Village Voice Lawn Services/Winter
• No report Services
Ben Crouch, lawn mowing Excellent
There was no further business. The meeting was adjourned at 7:32 pm. work w/reasonable rates. Call 379-2581.
The next meeting of the VAPB HOA will be held at 6:00 pm, August 11, 2011 at
Devyn Diebold, Painting, weeding,
Cancun Restaurant in Westfield. All residents are welcome. cleanup, etc. Call 635-7630.
Zack Howell, VAPB resident
16 years. Will mow lawns & trim.
Just a friendly reminder . . . Exterior Improvements Snow clearing also available.
External additions and modifications must be reviewed and approved by the VAPB HOA Board
prior to the start of your work. Submitted plans may be directed to VAPB HOA, PO Box 1033,
Westfield, IN 46074 and/or send your request to any Board member listed in the If you would like to have your
newsletter. We will give you a decision in 30-days or less. It is the homeowner’s child included/deleted/change
responsibility to obtain approval from the VAPB HOA (Board) prior to making any
in the VAPB Kids at Work,
exterior alterations to their property. If approval for exterior alterations is
not obtained prior to commencement of the work, the homeowners risks please contact
added expense if those alterations are not found to agree with the Christine Earley at
continuity within the community. Refer to your Residents‟ Handbook email@example.com or
for ACC improvements form and guidelines. call 696-5395.
Page 4 VILLAGE VOICE, VILLAGES OF PEBBLEBROOK MONTHLY NEWSLETTER~ August 2011
Villages of Pebblebrook Village Connection ~ Welcome to the VAPB!
If you are new to the neighborhood or have not updated your resident information to the
Board, please contact Andrea Foster, the VAPB HOA Treasurer (Agent), at
Updates were not
available at time of 317-867-2565. To be introduced via the newsletter contact your Neighborhood
printing Greeter (see contact page) and/or the editor, Christine Earley at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 317-696-5395.
Active: A big welcome to VAPB new residents:
**17961 Candlewood Court Michael S. Henson and Alicia G. Henson to 17961 Candlewood Court, Lot 156!
LP: $199,000 Prudential (Previous owner: Michael Brian Majava and Kathryn K. Majava)
5134 Trull Brook Drive
LP: $169,900 Prudential
LD: 04/18//2011 Recreational Vehicles, etc.
Please be reminded that boats, trailers and other water vehicles
None at this time should be parked out of view of your neighbors.
PLEASE, No boats, campers, or any other recreational vehicles should remain
Sold: parked on any driveway for more than a (5) five-day period. The HOA will have it
None at this time
removed at the owner‟s expense.
None at this time
None at this time Care for your Lawn in August
*: Indicates new ■ Order spring flowering bulbs for fall planting.
listing ■ Keep newly established plants well-watered when weather is dry.
■ Don‟t fertilize woody plants now. It stimulates late growth that will not have time to harden off
LP: List Price
LD: List Date properly before winter.
SD: Sold Date ■ Hand prune and destroy bagworms, fall webworms and tent caterpillars.
ED: Expired Date ■ If white grubs were a problem last year, the lawn should be treated in early August to
prevent further injury. Be sure to apply insecticides at the proper rate and follow with at least
1/2 inch irrigation for best results.
■ Begin seeding new lawns and bare spots in established lawns in late August or September.
■ Established lawns can be fertilized beginning in late August, if moisture is adequate.
■ Keep faded flowers pinched off of bedding plants to promote further flowering and to improve
■ Spade or till soil for fall bulb planting and add moderate amount of fertilizer.
Volunteer as a Neighborhood Greeter!
Neighborhood Greeters to greet new residents for the purpose of:
• Welcoming them to the Village at Pebble Brook
Life is like a game of • Handout current directory and Resident Handbook
cards. The hand that is • Obtain resident updates for the VAPBHOA Treasurer
Obtain specific information to be introduced to the neighborhood via the newsletters.
dealt you represents •
determinism; the way you If you would be interested in volunteering as a Greeter for a specific section, please contact
Christine Earley. (See Contacts page for the current listing of Neighborhood Greeters).
play it is free will.
From the editor . . . Infected Emails
Please be aware of opening questionable or unfamiliar emails.
Verizon Recently my computer was compromised by opening an email from
Email Addresses Comcast—the email was verified to be bogus. Unfortunately, the damage
If you have a Verizon email was extent. If in question, DO NOT OPEN—DELETE!
address, which had recently been
bought out by Frontier, and/or if
you would like to receive an
electronic copy of the publication
each month, please forward your
VAPB SUGGESTION BOX
new address to Christine Earley Do YOU have a suggestion, comment or concern that you would like to present to the
at email@example.com, to Board in regard to improving our community? If so, email to any Board member listed
ensure delivery of the Village on the contacts page or mail to
Voice. VAPB, PO Box 1033, Westfield, IN 46074. (Your submission may stay anonymous.)
Page 5 VILLAGE VOICE, VILLAGES OF PEBBLEBROOK MONTHLY NEWSLETTER~ August 2011
Noblesville Communications Department Neighborhood
6/16/2011 1:33:03 AM PEBBLE BROOK BLVD NEIGHBORHOOD CK CHECKS OK The Village Voice
6/19/2011 7:23:04 PM HOLLOW BROOK CT WELFARE CHECK CALL DISREGARDED will run your
6/21/2011 4:49:37 PM ASHBROOK DR SUSPICIOUS - VEHICLE UNABLE TO LOCATE classified ads, up to
7/1/2011 10:58:54 AM ASHBROOK DR NEIGHBORHOOD CK CHECKS OK 20 words each, free of
7/2/2011 10:24:21 AM PEBBLE BROOK BLVD THEFT - OTHERS CASE REPORT charge. for the VAPB
7/2/2011 3:51:04 PM ASHBROOK DR NOTIFICATION UNIT DISREGARDED Residents Only.
7/3/2011 9:03:06 AM ASHBROOK DR THEFT - OTHERS COMPLAINT ONLY
NO business ads please!
7/6/2011 3:22:04 AM PINEBROOK DR/ASHBROK SUSPICIOUS - VEHICLE UNABLE TO LOCATE
Contact Christine Earley
7/7/2011 2:35:28 AM PB BLVD/ASHBROOK DR NEIGHBORHOOD CK CHECKS OK
7/8/2011 3:32:15 PM SANDY RUN CT VIN CHECK DETAIL COMPLETE
(see contact page).
7/12/2011 6:39:06 AM 17920 PEBBLE BROOK BLVD VEHICLE LOCKOUT ENTRY GAINED
Have an item or
Lock your Vehicle —Noblesville Communication Department two to sell?
Never leave your vehicle unlocked.
Do not leave valuables in plain sight, i.e., GPS devices, CD’s computers, purses, cell
Etch your driver‟s license number on all removable valuable items.
Install an alarm system that will sound when an attempt is made to break-in, move or
start the vehicle; and always activate the system when the vehicle is unattended.
Do not leave spare keys outside the vehicle or hidden within—store in purse or wallet.
Replace knob-type door locks with tapered ones.
Park in open, well-lighted and populated areas close to your destination; and if possible,
near security cameras.
Avoid parking in or around trucks, vans, dumpsters or other objects that obstruct visibility,
which may provide hiding areas for thieves.
Avoid parking near loitering strangers or people sitting in vehicles.
Be sure to turn off your vehicle, windows closed completely, lock all doors and take your Updates,
keys. This includes those quick stops at a store/gas stations or in your driveway.
Don‟t leave your vehicle in an unattended lot for an extended period of time.
information on the
—The Times, Noblesville Police: Always lock your car, July 27, 2009, pg. 1, Vol. 104—No.288 VAPB HOA
What you can do: information? It‟s just a
Jot down all serial numbers, description, brand and model numbers of items. Keep this list in click away! Where can
a secure area and add as new items are purchased. This list should be extend for your home you find important
items, as well. documents, resident
Stealing is immoral and can be prevented by just following a few preventative measures. An handbook, VAPB HOA
ordinance is under consideration, that would require reporting by businesses that buy second Board, Amenity
hand or used items, such as, game devices, music CD‟s and DVD‟s, etc. This may dry up the Association, current
market for stolen items to some extent, and provide the NPD with leads on potential suspects. edition of the
Village Voice, and other
Parking/Common Areas Go to the VAPB HOA
website at pbhoa.net.
At no time, should ANY vehicle, boat, camper, recreational vehicle, etc. be parked in
the common areas. These areas are maintained for the aesthetic enjoyment of our
neighbors—they are not a parking lot. The HOA will have it removed at the owner‟s
have the right
to inform any
Trash/Recycling Containers outside
solicitor that a sign is posted at
Please be reminded, that once trash day has come and gone, trash the entrance “No Solicitors”
and recycling containers need to be stored out of sight. Please and that it is prohibited to ring
do not leave them on the driveways or in other visible areas. doorbells or leave flyers on
Your cooperation will be appreciated by all. vehicles of residents in the
neighborhood. Ask for the
Recycling is every other Wednesday. name and number of their
If in question . . . look to see if your neighbor‟s organization, or if on a flyer,
recycling bin is out with their trash bin! and call.
Page 6 VILLAGE VOICE, VILLAGES OF PEBBLEBROOK MONTHLY NEWSLETTER~ August 2011
Around Town & Noblesville Indianapolis Events
8/5-6 First Friday - Arts & Carafes
N-8/7 Snoopy!! The Musical, Children’s Museum
Live Music featuring Bill Lancton, Italian Fest, Art 8/5-21 Indiana State Fair 2011: 155th Edition
Show, Shakespeare. This evening also features the Sister
Indiana State Fairgrounds
Cities Italian Festival. Taking place on the East side of the
8/5-6 Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: The Music of
square, the Italian Festival features the best of Italian foods,
Billy Joel & Elton John featuring Michael
music and traditions. August 6th, an Invitational Art Show
Cavanaugh, 8p-10p (See additional dates of
takes place on the square, rain or shine. Beginning at
Marsh Symphony on the Prairie and other
10am –4pm, the show features some of the best local artists
summer events on the Connor Prairie webpage)
displaying and offering their works for purchase. Conclude
8/6 Dave Koz, Murat Theatre, $46
"art-filled" weekend Shakespeare in the Park
8/6 Journey w/Foreigner and Night Ranger, 7p
8/5-25 Indiana State Fair Verizon, 800-745-3000 http://
155th Edition www.livenation.com/event/05004670FCD8FB73
NHS Band Day @ Fair 8/6 Monster Truck Nationals, State Fairgrounds
Gate Admission for the 2011 Fair is $8 for 8/7 Rockstar Mayhem Festival, Verizon
adults and children 5 & under are free. Tickets: $24-$68.50
8/9-13 Drum Corps International: DCI World
Discount Tickets are $7. They will be
Championships 2011, Indiana Convention
available at all Indiana Wal-Mart stores, CVS/pharmacy Center & Lucas Oil Stadium
stores, Indiana Farm Bureau offices, The Marten House 8/11 Big Time Rush, 6:30p, Indiana State
Hotel, and the State Fairgrounds Box Office. Fairgrounds
8/11 Identity Festival, Verizon Music Center
8/5 7PM -9PM Jazz on the Square: Bill Lancton, 8/11-13 Classical Mystery Tour –Music of the Beatles,
Conner Prairie, 8p-10p
8/5 6:30PM-8:30PM, Noblesville Cultural Arts 8/12 Def Leppard and Heart, Conseco, $30-$130
Commission - Friends of the Arts Fair Preview 8/17 Grand National Horse Pull, State Fairgrounds
Noblesville City Hall atrium, $10 in advance or $15 at 8/17 Janet Jackson: Number Ones, Fairgrounds
the door. Fabulous art, meet the artists, enjoy the 8/17 Stevie Nicks, Verizon Wireless, $19-$174
music, food and wine. 8/18 Maroon 5 and Train, 7:30p, State Fairgrounds
8/19 Lady Antebellum, State Fairgrounds
8/19-21 National Toy Truck „N Construction Show,
Noblesville Farmers Market
Wyndham Indlps. West Hotel
Additional Dates: 13, 20, 27
8/20 Kid Rock w/Sheryl Crow, Verizon, 7p
8/6 Journey w/Foreigner and Night Ranger, 7p, 8/20 Lyle Lovett & His Large Band,
Verizon 800-745-3000 Center Performing Arts
www.livenation.comevent/05004670FCD8FB73 8/21 Demolition Derby, State Fairgrounds, $5
8/5-6 Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: The Music of 8/21 Return to Forever, 7:30p, Murat Theatre
8/22 Britney Spears: Femme Fatale Tour, Conseco
Billy Joel & Elton John featuring Michael
8/23 Incubus w/Tom Morello, Verizon, $20-$49.50
Cavanaugh, 8p-10p 8/23 Tony Bennett, Center for Performing Arts
8/13 8AM -12:30PM Noblesville Farmers Market 8/25 Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band,
SALSA DIP CONTEST Verizon
8/26-28 Indy 1500 gun & Knife Show, Fairgrounds
8/13 Cicero Balloon Splash, 9am 8/27 Kings of Leon: Come Around Sundown,
Red Bridge and Cicero Baseball Verizon
Diamonds—20 hot air balloons float over Morse 8/27 Lucas Oil Indy Mile AMA Flat Track Grand
Reservoir National, Indiana State Fairgrounds
8/19 7PM-9PM Jazz on the Square: 8/28 Midwest Reptile Show, State Fairground,
David Hartman Band 10a-4p
8/28 Mystery Dinner: The Last Person Off the
8/20 Noblesville‟s Summer Movie Series: Grown Ups
Sinking Ship, 7pm, Indlps. Propylaeum
Forest Park Shelter #1 Summer Movie Series:
8/20 Nefarious Noblesville Ghost Walk **Additional “Happenings” in and around the area
(8:30PM - 10:15PM) 317-840-6456 may be found at
8/27 Saturday‟s http://visitindy.com/indianapolis-events-all
Fishers Farmers Market (8:00AM - 12:00PM)
Carmel Farmers Market (8:00AM - 11:30AM)
Cicero Farmers' Market (8:00AM - 12:00PM)
RESERVE ADVERTISING SPACE
N-8/31 Antique Wedding Exhibit $10—$12 Per Block, Per 50 Word Classified Ad
The Old Jail and Sherriff's
Residence—Noblesville Email to address below to obtain
2011 Newsletter Advertising Flyer for additional information!
Page 7 VILLAGE VOICE, VILLAGES OF PEBBLEBROOK MONTHLY NEWSLETTER~ August 2011
Back to School ~ August 2011 Houses Along Moontown Road
If you own a home that backs up to Moontown
All Schools Road it is your responsibility to maintain the
8/1 Special School Board Meeting, 8am grass and landscape up to the sidewalk that runs
8/2-4 DIBELS Testing, 8am-12pm along Moontown Road. Please do your part to keep
8/15 Teacher Work Day (No School) our neighborhood looking good and maintain this
8/16 Teacher Work Day (No School)
School Board Meeting, 7pm
8/17 First Day of School
8/24 Early Release Day
There are a number of residents who walk the neighborhood for exercise.
8/8 Textbook pickup begins: Textbooks
Dogs are not allowed to be outdoors without any type of restraint or
for the Fall 2011 semester are to be
containment. Your neighbor or pets do not deserve to be assaulted by any
picked up before school begins.
animal that is allowed to roam loosely. The covenants and restrictions require
8/8-9 Orientation for sophomores Aug. 8-9;
that all animals must be restrained by a leash when they are outdoors.
new students Aug. 10. All incoming
Residents are encouraged to call animal control, if you witness any animal
sophomores are invited to attend
a short orientation program to
assist them in the transition to the
Main Campus. This program will be
held at the Main Campus from 9-10
a.m. on Monday, August 8 (last
name A through L), or Tuesday,
August 9 (M-Z), in the main
cafeteria. The program for new
students to NHS will be held on
Wednesday, August 10, from 9-10 The day begins with the annual, river-clean-up effort. In the afternoon, the
a.m. in the cafeteria. smells of grilled foods and music will fill the air as the anticipation of the race
builds. Purchase Ducks To Support Main Street and Win Great Prizes!!
Noblesville Middle School
8/8 Meet at the Middle: 7th grade The participants in the race always have a great chance for wonderful prizes.
orientation registration—Seventh Dozens of prizes are awarded every year to the "owners" of the winning ducks.
grade orientation will be held on For a chance to win one of these great prizes, purchase ducks to compete in
Monday, August 8 during two the race. Ducks are individually numbered and you'll be assigned your
sessions: 2-4 p.m. or 6-8 p.m. numbers at the time you purchase your ducks.
Parents may come the last fifteen
minutes of the orientation to help Ducks are $5 each and can be purchased at the office of Noblesville Main
students practice opening their Street at 839 Conner Street during office hours; or you can order your ducks by
locker. going to http://www.noblesvillemainstreet.org/Duck_Race.html.
Noblesville Intermediate School
8/14 5th Grade Ice Cream Social, 5p-6p
6th Grade Ice Cream Social, 7p-8p BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches
8/23 5th Grade Parent Night, 6p-7p
2 medium onions, cut into thin wedges
8/29 6th Grade Parent Night, 6p-7p
1/2 cup water
Hazel Dell Elementary 1 2- to 2 1/2-pound boneless pork sirloin roast
No Updates Available 1/2 teaspoon chili powder
1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
1/2 teaspoon ground black pepper
NHS Marching Millers 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
The Noblesville High School Marching Millers 1 cup bottled low-calorie barbecue sauce
& Golden Guard will take their 1/4 cup cider vinegar
show to Indianapolis on 1 tablespoon honey
Friday, August 5, to compete in 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
the 65th Annual Indiana 10 whole wheat hamburger buns, split and toasted
State Fair Band Day contest. In a 3 1/2- or 4-quart slow cooker, combine onions and the water; set aside. Trim fat from meat.
If necessary, cut meat to fit into cooker. In a small bowl, combine chili powder, 1/4 teaspoon of
August 3: Rehearsal, 9am-12p
the cumin, the pepper, and garlic powder. Sprinkle mixture evenly over meat; rub in with your
August 3: Ice Cream Social, 5p—8p
fingers. Place meat in cooker. Cover and cook on low-heat setting for 8 to 9 hours or on high
August 4: Full Rehearsal, 9a—12 p
-heat setting for 4 to 4 1/2 hours. Using a slotted spoon, remove meat and onions from
August 5: BAND DAY
cooker. Using two forks, pull meat apart into shreds. In a large bowl, combine barbecue
Tickets for Band Day may be purchased at the grand- sauce, vinegar, honey, ginger, and the remaining 1/4 teaspoon cumin. Add shredded meat;
stand inside the Fair Grounds on August 5th. In the toss gently to coat. Fill each bun with about 1/3 cup of the meat mixture and about 1 tablespoon
past the cost has been $6.00 in the morning ($2.00 for of the onions.
kids 12 and under), and $10.00 in the evening ($4.00 for
Make-Ahead Directions: Prepare as directed. Store shredded meat mixture and onions in an
kids 12 and under).
airtight container in the freezer for up to 1 month. To serve, thaw overnight in the refrigerator.
Transfer to a medium saucepan. Cook over low heat until heated through, stirring occasionally.
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VAPB HOA Contacts
Villages of Pebblebrook Homeowners' Association Board ~ Responsible for residential Villages at
Pebblebrook Homeowners' Association. Responsible for residential common areas and the Moontown entrance.
President Rick Foster 867-0515 firstname.lastname@example.org ~ email@example.com
Vice President OPEN-VOLUNTEER ~ Bob & Mary Tate, interim basis firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary Sandy Kern email@example.com
Treasurer Andrea Foster 867-2565 firstname.lastname@example.org ~ email@example.com
Pebblebrook Boulevard Association ~ Responsible for S.R. 32-entrance, clock tower, Pebble Brook Boulevard,
fountain and common area pond.
President Phil Ephlin
Pebblebrook Golf Course Home 896-5683 Business Phone 896-5683 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President Jeff Curry
Pebblebrook Golf Course Home 776-2357 Business Phone 247-8421 email@example.com
Secretary/Treasurer Jim Hall, Secretary/Treasurer (Emerald Village 804-5552)
Members: Mike Matthews (Representing Pinehurst Village)
Jacob Nichols (Pebblebrook Golf Course)
Rick Foster (Representing VAPBHOA)
Tamisa Lush (Representing the Amenities Association)
Charlie Kurtz (Representing Pebble Brook Apartments)
Amenity Association ~ Responsible for swimming pool, tennis courts, basketball courts and playground.
President: Tamisa Lush 867-4733 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Vance May 867-0392
Treasurer: Russ Lush 867-4733 email@example.com
Commons & Pool Tim Davis 409-9951 firstname.lastname@example.org
Architectural Control (VAPB HOA Board) ~ Responsible for reviewing requests for architectural changes. Submit plans
to any VAPB HOA Board member. The Board has 30 days to review requests and respond. Email your request/specs to
email@example.com, any Board member and/or mail to
VAPB HOA, PO Box 1033, Westfield, IN 46074
Neighborhood Matters—Village Connections. Information to keep the neighborhood connected on a more
personal level and Neighborhood Greeters:
Marty Davis Village Way, 5258—5202 Ashbrook (Even), 5247-5297 Ashbrook (Odd), Bentgrass Drive (877-1719)
Pat Perkins All of Sunridge Circle (867-0122)
Marilynn Bejin Candlewood Court (867-2610) Beginning in March 2011
The “Village Voice” —Responsible for preparing the neighborhood newsletter and advertising.
Editor/Advertising Christine Earley Email: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com
Marketing & Ad’ Works Home: 317.773.7921
702 Firethorn Circle Cell: 317.696.5395
Noblesville, IN 46062
VAPB Mailbox Address: VAPBHOA, PO Box 1033, Westfield, IN 46074
VAPB Website: http://www.pbhoa.net
Block Captains: If you are not receiving the total amount of newsletters for your route each month or have extra copies, please contact Christine Earley (refer to
contact page). Also, if you are unable to deliver the newsletter within a couple of days of receiving your bundle, are going to be out of town or any other situation that
prohibits delivery, please do contact me, so that arrangements may be made. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Christine Earley @ 696-
5395. If a resident does not receive a newsletter, contact your Block Captain.
Wanda Lawry 5267 Ashbrook Drive 804-2019 Bentgrass Drive plus 5247 -5297 Ashbrook Drive, odd side only 13 lots
Marty Davis 5234 Ashbrook Drive 867-1719 Village Way, 5288—5202 Ashbrook, even side 17 lots
Andrea Foster 17922 Tallgrass 867-2565 Tallgrass Court 10 lots
Judy Knutson 17910 Tallgrass 867-8543 4845 – 4873 Ashbrook Drive + 4840 – 4873 Ashbrook 25 lots
Dawn Brace 5163 Trull Brook 867-1737 Trull Brook 24 lots
Phil Tomlin 17918 Albany Court 867-1989 Albany Court, plus three Ashbrook, same side of road 15 lots
5047, 5121, 5089, 5073, 5061 Ashbrook
Kim Baker 17912 Hollow Brook Court 867-0876 Hollow Brook Court 9 lots
Peggy Testa 4913 Bentbrook 896-9290 Bentbrook Drive 8 lots
Jenny Tominson 17929 Racebrook Court 896-1049 Racebrook Court 9 lots
Karna Chier 17849 Sandy Run Court Sandy Run Court 11 lots
Judy Rothrock 17971 Candlewood Court 867-1919 Candlewood Court + 4860 – 4868 Ashbrook Drive, even side 15 lots
Pat Perkins 18022 Sunridge Circle 867-0122 Sun Ridge Circle 24 lots
Julie Kaminski 4823 Pinebrook 867-1448 Pinebrook and northern Ashbrook 24 lots
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