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February 2013 www.hbtsnews.com

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Contact Holley by the Sea President Pete Peterzen Internal Vice-President Brooke Goldberg External Vice-President Pat Traynor Treasurer Jean Tashlik Secretary Joseph Hart Email the board: HBTSBOD@holleybythesea.org

General Manager: Jennifer Barrett Email: generalmanager@ holleybythesea.org

Holley by the Sea Homeowners’ Association 6845 Navarre Parkway Navarre, FL 32566

By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews.com

The year began on a somber note for Keith Elwood of Navarre when he lost his wife and friend of 14 years on Jan. 5 in Pennsylvania. Peggy Elwood, who was an avid volunteer in the community, lost her battle with cancer during one last trip over the holidays to her home state to visit her son and daughter. “We left on Christmas Day to Pennsylvania to visit her son. She was fine until the day we were to come back (Jan. 3),”said Keith. “We took her to the ER and they thought she had pneumonia but when they X-rayed her, they discovered her upper body was full of cancer.” Her organs began to shut down one by one, and she passed away two days later. “She definitely wanted to go… she might’ve known she didn’t have much time,”said Keith. Peggy and Keith met during a Navy reunion in Wisconsin where they discovered Keith and Peggy’s first husband had been stationed together on the U.S.S. Putnam decades earlier. “We didn’t know each other until we went to the reunion but they knew each other,”said Peggy in an earlier interview.“We both had long and happy marriages and then we found each other in Wisconsin.” They married Dec. 12, 1998 and spent their honeymoon in Pen-

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Above: The Elwoods went all out decorating their HBTS home at Christmas time. sacola. They began a life together in their Holley by the Sea home. Throughout the community, they were known for their Christmas decorations that become more elaborate with each tree they planted. The trees bear the Peggy and Keith Elwood in July 2012. names of shows they enjoyed, places they’d visited, neighbors and of each other. were planted creating a landscape people to walk through their yard. They really enjoyed decorating “We always had a lot of fun bathed in love. together,”said Keith. Both were also ambassadors for Christmas, so when they got The Elwoods were featured in for the Navarre Beach Area Cham- involved in the Chamber, that just the Navarre Press for their Christ- ber of Commerce for many years, carried over. She was so sweet.” June Meredith also became mas decorations and in the August and were active in the Chamber’s friends with Peggy and Keith 2012 edition of Holley by the Sea annual Christmas in the Park. newsletter for yard of the month. “I knew her for years,” said through their involvement with Each plant in their yard was Chanda Ryan, Chamber director the Chamber. “They were extremely hard selected and planted by Peggy of membership and marketing. and Keith. A variety of palms, col- “They were very involved with workers,”said“I take both of them orful coral vines, society garlic, a the Christmas in the Park com- to be very dear friends. It’s just a mimosa, a banana tree, and a mittee. They always decorated great loss to me.” spreading juniper among others their house in HBTS and invited Elwood continued on page 3

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By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews.com Santa Rosa County Sheriff Wendell Hall responded to Holley by the Sea residents’complaints about traffic issues in a speedy manner, but residents who want to have sidewalks or multi-purpose lanes installed will have to wait until 2014 for action. Increasing the presence of deputies in HBTS was as simple as scheduling deputies to patrol the area more. Hall also received approval from the county com-

missioners during an Oct. 8 meeting to reinstate the traffic unit allowing for HBTS to have a visible traffic unit presence. Sidewalks on the other hand, are not so simple. “The process, even once we make a determination, hasn’t ever been done for a MSBU sidewalk (in a subdivision) and that’s the reason we don’t have anything set up to determine who is going to pay for what,”said Avis Whitfield, county public works director. A Municipal Services Benefit

Unit (MSBU) is used to serve a specific area of the county. Typically, MSBUs are used to pay for street lighting, speed bumps, road paving or fire protection, among other things, for a specific area at the request of the residents that live in their area. During traffic town hall meetings held at HBTS, members, such as Pat Traynor, have discussed having sidewalks or bike paths installed along major streets like Edgewood Drive. Residents who live on the street would be required to fund any

such path and therein lies the problem because the county does not have a process for using MSBUs to install sidewalks in residential areas. “We have to determine who will get assessed, will we build the sidewalk in house or will we contract the sidewalks,”said Whitfield.“For example, if you put the sidewalk on just one side of the street, do just the people on that side pay for it, or do you assess the people living on the opposite side because they benefit from it. Walking paths continued on page 2

Valid through February 28, 2013

2 HBTSNEWS MULTI-STOPS APPROVED WALKING PATHS CONT.

February 2013

County commissioners approve multi-stops in HBTS By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews.com County commissioners approved installing additional multi-way stops in Holley by the Sea during a Jan. 24 commissioners’ meeting. During an Oct. 8 commissioners’ meeting, several Holley by the Sea residents addressed the commissioners regarding traffic safety issues in the subdivision. Residents were expressly concerned with drivers speeding on Edgewood Drive, a road that cuts through the subdivision between County Road 399 and U.S. Highway 98. As a result, Sheriff Wendell Hall was given authority to reinstate the traffic unit thus increasing law enforcement presence in HBTS. The commissioners also directed the Public Works department to study the area and make recommendations for multi-way stops. “We presented those to Walker (county administrator Hunter Walker) who forwarded them to HBTS. Once we sent back what we suggested as possible locations, the HBTS folks looked at those and agreed with a lot of what we had. They had slight changes to a couple of intersections… and we were fine with those as well,” said Stephen Furman, assistant public works director. The areas that will receive multi-way stops are: ■ Castlewood Street, Leisure Street and Marlin Street that intersect with Edgewood ■ Sunrise Drive, Basswood Street, and Citrus Street that intersect with Leisure Street ■ Woodmont Street and Reef

Walking paths Continued from page 1 Then do you assess them the same amount… we get into a lot of issues that there aren’t easy answers to.” The exception to the county not installing sidewalks in residential areas is when the road is in proximity to a school. Such is the case with the multi-purpose path on Sunrise Drive that feeds into West Navarre Intermediate School. The county will also

Street that intersect with Citrus ■ Manatee Street and Basswood Street ■ Hawthorne Drive, Bahama Drive and Jamaica Street that intersect with Sandstone Street ■ Marlin Street and Candlewood Street ■ Pepper Street and Woodmont Street ■ Summit Rode and Cove Road ■ Valley Street and Snug Waters Street In addition to the multi-way stops, it was recommended by HBTS residents to move the 15 miles per hour sign on

build them on collector streets such has County Road 399. Whitfield explained that a collector road is one that collects traffic that serves other areas. Whitfield added that Edgewood Drive could probably be considered a collector street,“but that’s a decision for the (county) commissioners to make. They direct me which streets we will do them (sidewalks) on.” Because there is an interest in the possibility of sidewalks being installed in HBTS, Whitfield is working

Valley Street’s sign will be moved closer to Snug Water Street intersection.

Valley Street closer to the Valley and Snug Water intersection.

with County Administrator Hunter Walker to develop a plan to address the various issues. That plan, developed by staff, will be presented to the county commissioners with recommendations. The commissioners will then review the plan and make recommendations and either approve or disapprove the plan. “The big thing right now is we got to decide how we’re going to do it on our end,” said Whitfield. He hopes to have a plan in place next year

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Furman said that at the earliest convenience his office will order utility locations for those

that will address who will be assessed, if the work will be done in house or contracted out, and then get that information out to the people. Whitfield said that with any MSBU, part of the process is determining the cost for the project. Sidewalks in residential neighborhoods are not as easy as installing street lights or paving roads because of all the variables involved. “If we have to go to contract, then we have to get an

areas. Once the utilities are located, materials will be ordered and installation of the signs will begin. He added that the work will be done in house and the cost will be funded through the road and bridges budget. In an email to Furman, HBTS General Manager Jennifer Barrett thanked his department for the work put into ensuring the safety issues were addressed. “Again, the residents of Holley by the Sea thank you and your staff for your time in this matter,”read the email.

engineer to give a cost estimate. He looks at topography, the elevation, can the sidewalk tie into the driveway, is the lawn a higher elevation than the right-of-way or vice versa, is there adequate space, will drainage be an issue – we can’t fill up a drainage ditch just to have a sidewalk – all these things have to be factored in,”said Whitfield.“Then there are streets with mailboxes.” These are the issues that Whitfield, his staff and Walker are going to look at in order

to develop a plan that will allow residents to know the costs of any sidewalk related MSBUs.This can’t be done in time for the April 1 deadline to program the assessments for tax notices. “We felt the best course of action for the county and resident is to prepare to have the MSBU option available in the 2014 MSBU cycle rather than trying to rush a plan now,”said Whitfield. More information about MSBUs can be found at http://www.santarosa.fl.gov/msbu/.

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HBTSNEWS 3

MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR

February 2013

Royalty in our midst By Yvonne C. Harper HBTS.news.com Holley by the Sea may be small, but there is royalty in the subdivision. Pete and Mary Peterzen were crowned Navarre Krewe of Jesters’ king and queen during the Twelfth Night Coronation held Jan. 5 at the Navarre Elks Lodge. Pete and Mary moved to Navarre in 2002 and joined the Krewe two years later in 2004. “It’s long overdue for them to be selected as king and queen,”said Wayne Hall, Krewe president.“If there’s something that needs to be done and they’re in town, they have no problem stepping up and doing it.” The Peterzens joined the Krewe because they liked the fact that the Krewe is involved in bettering the community.“(The) great enjoyment is meeting Navarre people, promoting Navarre outside Navarre,”said Pete.“It’s like a family and I like the fact that they provide scholarships to the high school students.” A self-described litter nut, Pete likes that the Krewe has adopted the Navarre Beach Road. “The Krewe goes out and picks up litter on the parade route four times a year,”he said. Pete and Mary also like to keep the beach clean because they love the water. A love of water was part of the reason they moved

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Kelley Fuller, president/CEO of Navarre Beach Area Chamber of Commerce, center, poses for a photo with Mary and Pete Peterzen, Navarre Krewe of Jesters’ Mardi Gras 2013 king and queen, during a recent Chamber event. to Navarre and bought a house in Holley by the Sea. “We were looking for a smaller town, good cost of living, military-retiree friendly, and we like the beach, the water and the weather,” said Pete.“The location puts us close to great beach access without being on the beach. We did not want to be washed away by hurricanes, but we can be on the beach for a sunset in 15 minutes.” They also wanted a community that had covenants, and they liked that HBTS is located between Pensacola and Fort Walton. “We like the amenities in HBTS and liked the house by the golf course

Elwood Continued from page 1 Nancy Sandler, Chamber member, described Peggy as somebody she enjoyed spending time with.“She was always very pleasant to talk to,”said Sandler.“I really liked her a lot.” Linda Fusco, local business owner and chamber member, said that Peggy was very active in the Chamber, Submitted photo ensuring they were present Keith and Peggy Elwood during during new-business ribbon their Dec. 12, 1998 wedding. cuttings and inviting businesses to join the chamber. “I thought she was a won- she was,”said Keith.“She was derful lady and they were a very sweet loving person.” While Peggy’s absence will very happy together. Whenever I needed something leave a void in many people’s done, they would offer to do lives, Little Peggy and Little it,”said Fusco.“She will sure- Keith, palm trees firmly rooted side-by-side in their yard ly be missed.” For Keith, he will simply that reach toward the sky, miss the woman that he stand in testament to their watched old movies with, love and devotion to each worked in the garden with, other. Peggy was buried in her laughed with and loved. “I loved most just the way hometown of Bellefonte, Penn.

and it was priced right,”said Pete. A Nodak by birth, someone born in North Dakota, Pete said in jest that he was 23 years old before he realized there were places he could like where he didn’t have to shovel snow. Although said in jest, it wasn’t until they moved to Guam until they lived someplace where they didn’t have to worry about snow. The two met when Pete was attending college. “Her aunt was a chemistry teacher in college when I was in dental school,”said Pete.“I was walking by her office and she came out and said ‘I know you guys like

Variance requests By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews.com During a Jan. 8 Holley by the Sea board of directors meeting, the following variance request were discussed. Usage Variances ■ 2303 Banyon Drive: owner of four-bedroom home requested usage for adult daughter and her husband. There are two users on the account and assessment had not been paid as of meeting date. Mike Hart moved to disapprove because assessments had not been paid. Request was denied. ■ 1955 Flamingo Lane: owner requested adult son be added to account for three-bedroom home with two users on the account; 2013 assessment still out-

to party and I have this niece in town that likes to go to parties.’” Pete called Mary and it was a total surprise because her aunt did not tell her what she had done. “When he told me on the phone that it was Pete, I asked my aunt and she’d never heard of the guy. It was a blind date and I had no idea who I was going with,”Mary said. In those days, Pete went by his given name Robert but he changed it to Pete, a family tradition, when there were six Bobs graduating in a class of 1965. Although that first date wasn’t a big success, Pete

invited Mary on a second date. Having learned she liked the theater, they went to a theater dinner and discovered they both liked musical theater and camping. “And she owned a tent,” said Pete with a laugh. They married six months later on Dec. 27, 1974 and began a life of travel and adventure when Pete joined the Air Force as a dental officer. It was after Pete’s retirement that they made the move to Navarre. It didn’t take long for the Pete and Mary to get involved in HBTS and their adopted community. Pete, who now serves as the HBTS board of directors’ president, also served on the covenants review committee, the storm water committee and the longrange planning committee. “I would like to see HBTS continue to improve and have more people take pride (in their homes) and have a sense of ownership,”said Pete. Mary on the other hand, became involved with the Panhandle Butterfly House. A master gardener since 2003, she’s been on the Butterfly House board and served as its president, and she’s in charge of the tours when it is open. “We balance serious projects with fun ones,”said Mary. Pete and Mary will be the main feature at the Mardi Gras Parade on Feb. 2 on Navarre Beach.

standing as of meeting date. Hart moved to disapprove due to lack of assessment payment; motion failed for lack of second. Brooke Goldberg moved to approve. Request was approved. ■ 2431Valley Road: owner requested access to fun factory for his 15-monthold grandchild during the day when he (owner) is exercising. Goldberg made a motion to approve. The request was denied. ■ 7527 Loop Street: Owner requested to allow access to facility when accompanied by a family member. Request was denied. ■ 2403 Parkridge Drive: Owner of four-bedroom home with three users on account requested to add significant other to account in order to use facility. Request was approved. ■ 6720 Codell Street: owner in three-bedroom home with one child

requested to add significant other to account. Request was approved. ■ 2413 Hilton Street: owner of three-bedroom home is requesting to add adult child to account. Request was approved. Assessment Variance ■ 2680 Master: owner requested a waiver of all late fee and interest on the account. Assessments have been paid and are current for 2013. Motion to waive late fee and interest was approved. Owner is responsible for legal fees. Architectural Variance ■ 2720 Sherwood Street: owner requesting variance setback for shed. Originally requested two feet from property line, but the county agreed to allow five feet. The architectural committee recommended approval and the neighbor had no objections. Request was approved.

Calling all game enthusiasts By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews.com Hold, flop, turn, the river, bet, bluff… if these terms are familiar to you, then Great Games held every third Saturday of the month in the Holley by the Sea café room is the place for you. Great Games is an opportunity for HBTS members to get together for a hand of canasta, bridge, poker or other games such as board games. What is played is determined only by the fancy of those present. “We welcome new players for different games,” said Pat Oberholtzer, Great Games organizer. Oberholtzer enjoys a good round of bridge and she ensures there are enough players available to play bridge. All other games are left up to the individuals playing their respective game. “I leave the poker players to themselves,” said Oberholtzer. She explained that during the last games night, a couple came that wanted to play canasta, but there weren’t enough people for that particular game. That’s where neighbors connecting with neighbors come in. “If they (members) have friends that want to play spades or any game, they can get together and come,”said Oberholtzer. Great Games night is more than just playing games though, it’s an opportunity for members to get to know each other and socialize. “We get together in the café room and everybody brings a dish… it can be cheese and crackers, deviled eggs, brownies, a hot dish… we get an assortment of (food),” said Oberholtzer. “It just depends on what people bring.” Members that are interested in attending great games night should contact Oberholtzer at 850939-7378 or patober20878@yahoo.com so she can plan accordingly. “It would be best to know in advance if new people are coming,”she said. Great Games meets at 5:30 p.m. on the third Saturday of each month in the HBTS recreation center café room.

4 HBTSNEWS

HBTS TRANSACTIONS HBTS INCIDENT REPORTS February 2013

Holley by the Sea Transactions ■ Seller: Beverly B. Katker Buyer: Adams Homes Address: Date: 09-28-12 Price: $45,000 ■ Seller: Grady L. Hickman, III Buyer: Joseph F. Nichols, III et al Address: 2715 Turkey Bluff Dr. Date: 11-09-12 Price: $111,000 ■ Seller: Fannie Mae Buyer: Eugene T. Kuiper Address: 1931 Flamingo Lane Date: 11-20-12 Price: $188,000 ■ Seller: James Dunn Buyer: Edsel K. Null Address: 6803 Liberty St. Date: 08-24-12 Price: $152,000 ■ Seller: Holiday Builders Buyer: Joseph C. Logan Address: 6577 Liberty St. Date: 10-29-12 Price: $196,990 ■ Seller: Carol V. Brown Buyer: Avant Price Builders Address: 7884 Lola Cr. Date: 09-06-12 Price: $6,000 ■ Seller: Whitworth Builders Buyer: James D. Majors Address: 6650 Bellingham St. Date: 09-20-12 Price: $303,950 ■ Seller: UIL, Ltd. et al Buyer: Jason Dryer Address: 6644 Kempton St. Date: 08-15-12 Price: $246,127 ■ Seller: Robert F. Castigione Buyer: Joseph J. Kinglocke Address: 6592 Fern St. Date: 11-28-12 Price: $215,000 ■ Seller: Brian Smith Buyer: Robbins Investment Address: Date: 09-21-12 Price: $40,000 ■ Seller: Country Manor Homes Buyer: Brett Stroney Address: 37879 Century Lane Date: 10-31-12 Price: $221,900 ■ Seller: Cynthia M. Garrey Buyer: Whitworth Builders Address: Date: 09-19-12 Price: $30,000 ■ Seller: Bill Keegan Custom Concepts Buyer: Sean M. Adams Address: 1609 Jasper St. Date: 09-10-12 Price: $214,870 ■ Seller: Whitney Bank Buyer: David M. McKinney Address: P.O. Box 5813 Date: 10-18-12 Price: $6,700 ■ Seller: Jocelyne D. Poisson Buyer: Adams Homes Address: Date: 11-09-12 Price: $42,500

■ Seller: Larry Vasquez Buyer: Joshua V. Flagle Address: 7014 Gandy Dr. Date: 11-08-12 Price: $232,000

■ Seller: Timothy J. Young Buyer: James E. Swanner Address: 4403 Carolyn Ct. Date: 10-31-12 Price: $295,000

■ Seller: Timothy O. Beutell Buyer: Ramsey and Walker Address: P.O. Box 5460 Date: 11-21-12 Price: $15,000

Holley by the Sea Incidents

■ Seller: Timothy M. Flaherty Buyer: John R. Schmidt, II Address: 7041 Gandy Dr. Date: 09-24-12 Price: $262,000

■ Seller: National Nominee Services Buyer: Eric R. Goodkowsky Address: 7442 Woodmont St. Date: 08-27-12 Price: $257,500

■ Seller: Patricia A. Brown Buyer: Whitworth Builders Address: Date: 11-16-12 Price: $45,000

Bluefish Road Burglary: Residence (including motel, temporary rental) 11/24/2012

■ Seller: Rose F. Morrison Buyer: Timothy A. Walker Address: 2525 Cove Rd. Date: 09-12-12 Price: $200,000

■ Seller: Gooden Homes Buyer: James P. Smith Address: 7628 Woodmont St. Date: 08-24-12 Price: $318,900

■ Seller: Tyler Kolbe Buyer: Thomas Ferguson Address: 2625 Masters Blvd. Date: 09-06-12 Price: $282,500

Bluefish Road Burglary: Residence (including motel, temporary rental) 12/03/2012

■ Seller: Robert A. Williams Buyer: Ian Marr Address: 2645 Nassau Dr. Date: 08-29-12 Price: $238,000

■ Seller: Robbins Builders Buyer: John G. Adams Address: 5 LaBrisa Beach Cr. Date: 09-14-12 Price: $297,000

■ Seller: John S. Howard et al Buyer: Adams Homes Address: Date: 10-26-12 Price: $50,000

■ Seller: Joseph Bocchino Buyer: AK Land Title Address: 7884 Lola Cr. Date: 10-08-12 Price: $52,500

■ Seller: PNC Bank National Buyer: Emily M. Hayes Address: 7755 Seaward St. Date: 07-20-12 Price: $36,000

■ Seller: Diana F. Thornton Buyer: Timothy D. Davis Address: 7096 Flintwood St. Date: 11-15-12 Price: $184,000

■ Seller: Wesley Lyons Buyer: Whitworth Builders Address: Date: 10-30-12 Price: $28,000

■ Seller: Chadwick L. Veurink Buyer: National Residential Nominee Services Address: Date: 04-12-12 Price: $346,500

■ Seller: US Bank Buyer: Ian M. Berry Address: 7119 Broadmoor St. Date: 10-08-12 Price: $139,900

■ Seller: Samuel Stevens & Assoc. Buyer: William F. Small Address: 7466 Manatee St. Date: 12-07-12 Price: $217,100

■ Seller: Timothy R. Harrington Buyer: AK Lane Title LLC Address: 7884 Lola Cr. Date: 11-14-12 Price: $42,000

■ Seller: Charles C. Corbett Buyer: HLOT, Ltd. Address: Date: 08-24-12 Price: $37,500

■ Seller: AK Land Title Buyer: Ronald J. Aboud Address: 7443 Brewster St. Date: 10-22-12 Price: $330,500

■ Seller: National Residential Nominee Services Buyer: Shannon L. Hawkins Address: 2000 Jamaica Dr. Date: 08-13-12 Price: $264,000

■ Seller: Steven D. Patonai Buyer: Whitworth Builders Address: Date: 08-23-12 Price: $45,000 ■ Seller: Oasis Properties Buyer: Whitworth Builders Address: Date: 10-04-12 Price: $55,000 ■ Seller: Whitworth Builders Buyer: First Florida Bank Address: Date: 11-28-12 Price: $242,213 ■ Seller: Raymond T. Farrell Buyer: Justin J. Minisall Address: 7358 Brevard St. Date: 08-30-12 Price: $316,000 ■ Seller: Somphong Nguy Buyer: Jess T. Laws Address: 7501 Brevard St. Date: 08-28-12 Price: $217,000 ■ Seller: Robert L. Herms Buyer: Adams Homes Address: Date: 11-09-12 Price: $45,000 ■ Seller: Whitworth Builders Buyer: Michael L. Yawn Address: 7575 Brevard St. Date: 11-14-12 Price: $282,000

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■ Seller: Whitney Bank Buyer: Carol R. Ebel Address: 499 Lake Dora Dr. Date: 10-09-12 Price: $19,500 ■ Seller: Regions Bank Buyer: Carol R. Ebel Address: 499 Lake Dora Dr. Date: 08-29-12 Price: $20,000 ■ Seller: Melody Sieminski Buyer: HLOT Ltd. Address: Date: 09-21-12 Price: $37,000 ■ Seller: Thomas V. Tucker Buyer: Daniel G. Nabors, Sr. Address: 2640 Sherwood Dr. Date: 10-23-12 Price: $37,000

■ Seller: Leati Anoai Buyer: HLOT Ltd. Address: Date: 08-24-12 Price: $40,000

■ Seller: Cory B. Nielsen Buyer: Ryan D. Miller Address: 7211 Freedom Ct. Date: 09-24-12 Price: $220,000

■ Seller: Fannie Mae Buyer: Cory H. Madonna Address: 2016 Commodore Dr. Date: 09-21-12 Price: $149,900

■ Seller: Shawn Ohler Buyer: Chad R. Phillips Address: 10040 Via Grande Date: 09-14-12 Price: $240,000

■ Seller: US Bank Buyer: Lucia L. Boynton Address: 2017 Commodore Dr. Date: 07-12-12 Price: $90,300

■ Seller: Matthew A. Canoy Buyer: William Z. Miller Address: 131 Bartley St. Date: 10-15-12 Price: $219,000

■ Seller: Joseph W. Ligett, Jr. Buyer: Cleveland H. Wilborn, Jr. Address: 1942 Amhurst Ct. Date: 08-10-12 Price: $285,000

■ Seller: Robert B. Lindsay, II Buyer: Travis A. Pinick Address: 2338 Tumbleweed Dr. Date: 11-19-12 Price: $335,000

■ Seller: Donald R. Fronk Buyer: Gregory B. Harvey Address: 2004 Bahama Dr. Date: 11-30-12 Price: $245,000

■ Seller: Whitworth Builders Buyer: Regina L. Harris Address: 2403 Parkridge Dr. Date: 12-07-12 Price: $325,900

■ Seller: Adams Homes Buyer: Doyce J. Reeves Address: 1876 Commodore Dr. Date: 12-04-12 Price: $266,000

November 1 – January 4

Broadmoor Street Disturbance: Family 12/10/2012

Indian Street Disturbance: Family 11/15/2012 Jasper Street Burglary: Family 11/05/2012 Leisure Street Service Assist: Other Agencies – HRS – G&F-FMP Leisure Street Baker Act 01/01/2013

Candlewood Drive Burglary: Vehicle

Liberty Street Miscellaneous: Written Report 11/19/2012

Coral Street Baker Act 11/26/2012 Coral Street Disturbance: Family 12/03/2012

Manatee Street Burglary: Residence (including motel, temporary rental) 12/26/2012

Duval Street Property: Found 11/19/2012

PGA Boulevard Miscellaneous: Written Report 12/12/2012

East Bay Boulevard Disturbance: Family 11/28/2012

PGA Boulevard Battery 12/14/2012

East Bay Boulevard Criminal Mischief: Felony 12/04/2012

Pineneedle Drive Violation of GPS Conditions 12/05/2012

Edgewood Drive Traffic Offense: Other or Arrest 11/20/2012

Seagrape Drive Burglary: Vehicle 11/19/2012

Edgewood Drive Fraud: Other 12/19/2102

Seagrape Drive Sexual Offense: Internet Crimes Against Children 12/04/2012

Fenwick Street Telephone Calls: Obscene/Harassing 01/02/2013 Flamingo Lane Death Investigation: Attended Death 11/24/2012 Frankfort Street Fraud: Computer/Identity 11/30/2012 Freedom Court Property: Found 11/22/2012 Hartland Street Burglary: Residence (including motel, temporary rental) 12/01/2012

Sherwood Drive Disturbance: Family 11/02/2012 Sherwood Drive Baker Act 12/06/2012 Sparrow Lane Assist: 911 12/17/2012 Sunrise Drive Disturbance: Family 11/03/2012 Sunrise Drive Traffic Offense: Other or Arrest 11/05/2012

Hilton Drive Drug Overdose 11/11/2012

Sunrise Drive Traffic Offense: Other or Arrest 11/10/2012

Holley Court Disturbance: Family 12/29/2012

Sunrise Drive Traffic Offense: DUI 11/27/2012

■ Seller: Richard A. Lower Buyer: Marty Bettelyoun Address: 1945 Coral St. Date: 06-29-12 Price: $199,900

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I came back three times and looked and decided I wanted to live in HBTS because we have a club house and golf course… that’s how I landed in HBTS,”said Russo. Being surrounded by water was the allure for Russo. She described Atlanta as dry and she wanted to be near the water.

Sherry Russo came, she saw, she bought, and has made herself a home in Holley by the Sea. Russo, then living in Atlanta, Ga., vacationed in Pensacola Beach about eight years ago and stayed after she found a home. “When I came down to Pensacola Beach, I decided I loved it,”said Russo.“I was tired of living in Atlanta. I went to Hilton Head (S.C.) and different places and (then) I came here. This little voice said ‘move here.’” Russo drove through the Gulf Islands National Seashore on the beach and stopped by Juana’s Pagodas. “I got a Realtor and had him Sherry Russo enjoys the solitude of her show me around. home on Rexford Street.

“Atlanta was so dry. In Michigan I lived on the lake and in NewYork I lived on the Hudson River. I thought I was going to go out of my mind (in Atlanta)… here there’s water everywhere,”said Russo. Her home at 7408 Rexford Street was built in January 2006 and all she had to work with was a few bushes and a yard. At her request, the builder put in a circular drive and at the time, the road was dirt. After the road was paved, she ended up with a“lake”in her front yard, so a few years ago she had drainage installed that allows the water to flow out of the yard through a small drainage hole. About three months ago, she installed a small parking pad around the mail box to alleviate the mail truck creating ruts. Without any formal landscaping experience, she set out on creating a yard that flowed and has color. “I used to grow my own garden in Michigan, but not landscaping,”explained Russo. But with an eye for color, she planted a Texas Sage that she’s been molding and shap-

David Pinney and Sherry Russo enjoy many quiet evenings on the patio they built. ing into a tree.“The purple flowers come out and they stay until October. They’re beautiful.” She put in plants that attract butterflies and humming birds. “I don’t know the exact name, but it attracts butterflies and humming birds.” She laid Alabama red rock instead of red lava and carried the border around the house to the side where she planted lemon grass. In the back yard, her patio extends to a border that is filled with perennials. She planted a Laura Pindlim,“little bushes with pink flowers but in the shape of a tree,”fire crackers, fire trees and hydrangeas among others.

The slate and tile work was done by Russo and her boyfriend, David Pinney. “David built the patio and the panels are UV so (there’s) no sun damage,”said Russo. The wood work was done by Pinney. Russo planted a few live oaks, a weeping willow and a wisteria bush in the back yard. “In the summer time it grows and blooms and the deer love them,” said Russo. A bird feeder attracts a variety of birds, with a cardinal enjoying the seed at that particular moment, and seed placed at the bottom of the feeder brings the deer. Being surrounded by wooded lots means she often

sees a mother deer with her two young fawns in addition to the many birds.“But no bears, and I don’t want any,” said Russo with a chuckle. She plans to add St. Augustine grass to the few bear spots that border the flower bed.“Everything dies because of the shade (of the patio) so I’ll put in St. Augustine. It’s a work in a progress.” While it may be a work in progress for Russo, Larry Kingrey (December Yard of the Month) selected her home as yard of the month because he liked it. “I just liked the curb appeal of it. It’s nice,”said Kingrey.

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■ 2013 HBTS Fishing Club Monthly Meetings and Last Friday’s Sociable ■ HBTS Fishing Club Meeting 7 p.m. HBTS Recreation Center (Screen Room) Feb. 5 March 5 April 2 May 7 June 4 July 2 Aug. 6 Sept. 3 Oct. 1 Nov. 5 Dec. 3

■ HBTS Fishing Club“Last Friday Sociable”Pavilion # 1, 6-9 p.m. Feb. 22 March 29 April 26 May 31 June 28 July 26 Aug. 30 Sept. 27 Oct. 25 Nov. NONE Dec. 6 (Holiday Social) at the Rec Center Café Area Billy Neal President, HBTS Fishing Club 207-9093

HBTS Social Committee upcoming events ■ The Sweet Heart Social will be held Friday February 8th 6-9 p.m. $ 5 per person or $8 per couple. A chocolate fountain and strawberries are planned. ■ An Irish Night is planned for March16th from 6-9 pm, $5.00 per person $8.00 per couple $2 kids, under 10 are free. Corned beef cabbage and carrots will be provided along with soda, water and coffee. ■ The annual Easter Breakfast/ Easter Egg Hunt will be March 23 from 9-11 a.m. A full menu and moon bounce for a cost of $4 adults and $2 for kids ■ Yard Sale April 20 from 6 a.m.-noon, space $5; space with table $10. Water, soda and coffee for sale from the Social Committee. Girl Scout cookies from local troops if available. ■ Considering pontoon boat trips, 60s, 70s, 80s Dance Night and kid/ adult movie night by the pool.

Tennis information Dear HBTS tennis players, I hope everyone had a great holiday and a happy NewYear to all. Now it’s time to get the rackets out and get back to work. All of the programs, clinics, and lessons are back in “full swing.”I have something for everyone, from the total beginner to the highest levels, both adults and juniors. Feel free to e-mail me at tennispro@holleybythesea.org or call me at 203-722-0376. Also, I’ve extended my racket“tune up”for a while. This includes a restring and a free over grip. The cost is 30$. Need a new racket? Shoes? Clothes?Visit my virtual pro shop online @ www.fromuthtennis.com then come to me for the lowest price. See you on the courts! Sincerely, James Patrick Celli

Invitation to get crafty Northwest Florida Getting’ Crafty is hosting a Crafts and Wine and Cheese if you please from 7-8 p.m. on Feb. 21 at the HBTS recreation center sun room. Bring your favorite wine and cheese to share and come meet and greet our crafty members. All interested crafters off all disciplines are invited. Please R.S.V.P. to tadeegan@netscape.com and write “crafters”in the subject line.

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HBTS Fishing Club Community-wide events ■ Fishing Club Super Bowl Party Feb. 3 at the beach house. The specific times will be provided after our club meeting on Jan. 8. ■ Annual Shrimp Boil July 20 (3-9 p.m.), Pavilion #1 (unless the new pavilion is finished). ■ Annual Take a Kid Fishing Oct. 5, 2013 (8 a.m.-noon) at Navarre Fishing Pier. ■ Annual Fish Fry Nov. 9 (3-8 p.m.), Pavilion #1 (unless the new pavilion is finished).

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Everyone’s Irish Night Sat. March 16 6-9 p.m. Corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots Soda, water, coffee $5 per adult $8 per couple $2 kids Under 10 are free Please bring a dessert to share! BYO GB

Hello HBTS members, I hope you all are having a great start to 2013. We have begun the year well here. We finished the landscaping around the tennis courts as Barrett well as by the ponds off Sunrise Drive. We also added a bench and a trash bin by the ponds. Another bench was repaired down by the playground. The grinder pump for the recreation center was rebuilt and we will be replacing the benches and the flooring in the sauna this month. We are adding a barbecue grill outside of the beach house and added stone to the memorial garden by the beach house as well. Finally, we replaced a broken table saw in the maintenance building. Our end of month financials for HBTS as follows: ■ Cash Account Balances, Dec. 31, 2012 ■ Operating Account $2,389,049.19 ■ Reserve Account $374,031.48 ■ Improvement and Expansion $137,316.24 ■ $ 69,983.00 uncollected for 2012 assessments; 96 percent of assessments collected compared to 94 percent last year. Projected operating expenses were 15 percent under budget as of Dec. 31, 2012. We will be having our annual audit this month, and will have the final figures by February for you. If you have not paid your 2013 assessment payment there is now a late fee and interest due. Please contact the accounting office at 850-939-1693 x4 to obtain your balance due. As always, I am in my office Monday to Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Please stop in any time if you have any questions or concerns.

Easter Breakfast and Egg Hunt Saturday, March 23

Thank you, Jennie Barrett General Manager

HBTS Relay for Life Holley by the Sea has created a Relay for Life team and is looking for participants and donors. The website is http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RRFY12 National?pg=entry&fr_id=50000 Our Team Captain is Dawn Lawrence. 850-939-1693 x3 Please contact Dawn Lawrence if you are interested in being a part of the HBTS Relay for Life team.

Youth Department news ■ Before and After School Program: The Youth Department provides a Before and After School Program for School - Age children (Kindergarten – 5th grade) who are members of Holley by the Sea. There is currently a waiting list for the After School Program. For more information please contact the Youth Department. *Parents’ Night Out: Parents’ Night Out is open to all school age (kindergarten – 5th grade) members of Hol-

ley by the Sea. Be on the lookout for the 2013 Parents’ Night Out dates shortly. The next scheduled date for Parents Night Out is Friday, Feb 15, 2013. There must be 15 children signed up by Feb 8th, or the event will cancel. Payment must be made at time of sign up.

Morning Fun Factory: Mon. – Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Ages 6 months – 5 years old Evening Fun Factory: Mon. – Fri. 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Ages 6 months – 10 years old Sat. Fun Factory: 8 a.m. – noon, Ages 6 months – 10 years old

■ Fun Factory: Please be sure to call the day of to reserve a slot for your child. Space is limited. Cost is $3/hour per child.

■ New Fun Factory Forms: Please be aware, as of Jan. 1, the Youth Department began updating all Fun Factory information. Therefore, all

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Board of Directors Meeting February 12 6 p.m.

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:00 pm Poker Night 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up 7:30 pm Zumba

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1 8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

5 9:30 am Architectural Control Committee Meeting 10:00 am Social Committee Meeting 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:30 pm Fishing Club Meeting 7:30 pm Zumba

12 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:00 pm BOD Meeting 7:30 pm Zumba

9:30 am Architectural Control Committee Meeting 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 7:30 pm Zumba

10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 7:30 pm Zumba

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:15 pm Bingo 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

8:30 am Body Conditioning 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:15 pm Pyramid Training 7:30 pm Zumba

8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:00 pm Sweetheart Social 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

13 8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

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Tax information is available through the Front Desk for anyone who had a child enrolled in the Before & After School Program or Summer Camp 2012, please see Mrs. Chris for your statement.

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■ Closure Dates : Morning Fun Factory: Closed Monday, Feb. 18 for Presidents Day

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Fun Factory: We have new hours! Please remember reservations are required. For reservations, contact the Youth Department. Mon. – Fri. 8 a.m.-noon, 5-8 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-noon

8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:00 pm Poker Night 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up 7:30 pm Zumba

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14 8:30 am Body Conditioning 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:15 pm Pyramid Training 7:30 pm Zumba

21 8:30 am Body Conditioning 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:15 pm Pyramid Training 7:30 pm Zumba

15 8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

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Before and After School Care: We currently have a waiting list. If you are interested in having your child’s name added to the list please contact the Youth Department.

Want to get involved with social events? Our monthly committee meeting will be at night starting in January. For more information, call 939-3018 x0 or email the Social Committee chairperson at bobgeller@bellsouth.net

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■ 2013 HBTS Fishing Club Monthly Meetings and Last Friday’s Sociable ■ HBTS Fishing Club Meeting 7 p.m. HBTS Recreation Center (Screen Room) Feb. 5 March 5 April 2 May 7 June 4 July 2 Aug. 6 Sept. 3 Oct. 1 Nov. 5 Dec. 3

■ HBTS Fishing Club“Last Friday Sociable”Pavilion # 1, 6-9 p.m. Feb. 22 March 29 April 26 May 31 June 28 July 26 Aug. 30 Sept. 27 Oct. 25 Nov. NONE Dec. 6 (Holiday Social) at the Rec Center Café Area Billy Neal President, HBTS Fishing Club 207-9093

HBTS Social Committee upcoming events ■ The Sweet Heart Social will be held Friday February 8th 6-9 p.m. $ 5 per person or $8 per couple. A chocolate fountain and strawberries are planned. ■ An Irish Night is planned for March16th from 6-9 pm, $5.00 per person $8.00 per couple $2 kids, under 10 are free. Corned beef cabbage and carrots will be provided along with soda, water and coffee. ■ The annual Easter Breakfast/ Easter Egg Hunt will be March 23 from 9-11 a.m. A full menu and moon bounce for a cost of $4 adults and $2 for kids ■ Yard Sale April 20 from 6 a.m.-noon, space $5; space with table $10. Water, soda and coffee for sale from the Social Committee. Girl Scout cookies from local troops if available. ■ Considering pontoon boat trips, 60s, 70s, 80s Dance Night and kid/ adult movie night by the pool.

Tennis information Dear HBTS tennis players, I hope everyone had a great holiday and a happy NewYear to all. Now it’s time to get the rackets out and get back to work. All of the programs, clinics, and lessons are back in “full swing.”I have something for everyone, from the total beginner to the highest levels, both adults and juniors. Feel free to e-mail me at tennispro@holleybythesea.org or call me at 203-722-0376. Also, I’ve extended my racket“tune up”for a while. This includes a restring and a free over grip. The cost is 30$. Need a new racket? Shoes? Clothes?Visit my virtual pro shop online @ www.fromuthtennis.com then come to me for the lowest price. See you on the courts! Sincerely, James Patrick Celli

Invitation to get crafty Northwest Florida Getting’ Crafty is hosting a Crafts and Wine and Cheese if you please from 7-8 p.m. on Feb. 21 at the HBTS recreation center sun room. Bring your favorite wine and cheese to share and come meet and greet our crafty members. All interested crafters off all disciplines are invited. Please R.S.V.P. to tadeegan@netscape.com and write “crafters”in the subject line.

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A word from the general manager:

HBTS Fishing Club Community-wide events ■ Fishing Club Super Bowl Party Feb. 3 at the beach house. The specific times will be provided after our club meeting on Jan. 8. ■ Annual Shrimp Boil July 20 (3-9 p.m.), Pavilion #1 (unless the new pavilion is finished). ■ Annual Take a Kid Fishing Oct. 5, 2013 (8 a.m.-noon) at Navarre Fishing Pier. ■ Annual Fish Fry Nov. 9 (3-8 p.m.), Pavilion #1 (unless the new pavilion is finished).

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Sweet Heart Social Friday, Feb. 8 6-9 p.m. HBTS Beach House Cheeses, fruits and sweets $5 per person $8 per couple Sign up by Feb. 6 BYO wine

March

Everyone’s Irish Night Sat. March 16 6-9 p.m. Corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots Soda, water, coffee $5 per adult $8 per couple $2 kids Under 10 are free Please bring a dessert to share! BYO GB

Hello HBTS members, I hope you all are having a great start to 2013. We have begun the year well here. We finished the landscaping around the tennis courts as Barrett well as by the ponds off Sunrise Drive. We also added a bench and a trash bin by the ponds. Another bench was repaired down by the playground. The grinder pump for the recreation center was rebuilt and we will be replacing the benches and the flooring in the sauna this month. We are adding a barbecue grill outside of the beach house and added stone to the memorial garden by the beach house as well. Finally, we replaced a broken table saw in the maintenance building. Our end of month financials for HBTS as follows: ■ Cash Account Balances, Dec. 31, 2012 ■ Operating Account $2,389,049.19 ■ Reserve Account $374,031.48 ■ Improvement and Expansion $137,316.24 ■ $ 69,983.00 uncollected for 2012 assessments; 96 percent of assessments collected compared to 94 percent last year. Projected operating expenses were 15 percent under budget as of Dec. 31, 2012. We will be having our annual audit this month, and will have the final figures by February for you. If you have not paid your 2013 assessment payment there is now a late fee and interest due. Please contact the accounting office at 850-939-1693 x4 to obtain your balance due. As always, I am in my office Monday to Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Please stop in any time if you have any questions or concerns.

Easter Breakfast and Egg Hunt Saturday, March 23

Thank you, Jennie Barrett General Manager

HBTS Relay for Life Holley by the Sea has created a Relay for Life team and is looking for participants and donors. The website is http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RRFY12 National?pg=entry&fr_id=50000 Our Team Captain is Dawn Lawrence. 850-939-1693 x3 Please contact Dawn Lawrence if you are interested in being a part of the HBTS Relay for Life team.

Youth Department news ■ Before and After School Program: The Youth Department provides a Before and After School Program for School - Age children (Kindergarten – 5th grade) who are members of Holley by the Sea. There is currently a waiting list for the After School Program. For more information please contact the Youth Department. *Parents’ Night Out: Parents’ Night Out is open to all school age (kindergarten – 5th grade) members of Hol-

ley by the Sea. Be on the lookout for the 2013 Parents’ Night Out dates shortly. The next scheduled date for Parents Night Out is Friday, Feb 15, 2013. There must be 15 children signed up by Feb 8th, or the event will cancel. Payment must be made at time of sign up.

Morning Fun Factory: Mon. – Fri. 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Ages 6 months – 5 years old Evening Fun Factory: Mon. – Fri. 6 p.m. – 8 p.m., Ages 6 months – 10 years old Sat. Fun Factory: 8 a.m. – noon, Ages 6 months – 10 years old

■ Fun Factory: Please be sure to call the day of to reserve a slot for your child. Space is limited. Cost is $3/hour per child.

■ New Fun Factory Forms: Please be aware, as of Jan. 1, the Youth Department began updating all Fun Factory information. Therefore, all

HBTSCALENDAR Sunday

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Superbowl Party

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For information about HBTS Calendar Events contact 939-1693 Thursday

Friday

8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:00 pm Poker Night 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up 7:30 pm Zumba

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1 8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

5 9:30 am Architectural Control Committee Meeting 10:00 am Social Committee Meeting 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:30 pm Fishing Club Meeting 7:30 pm Zumba

12 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:00 pm BOD Meeting 7:30 pm Zumba

9:30 am Architectural Control Committee Meeting 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 7:30 pm Zumba

10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 7:30 pm Zumba

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:15 pm Bingo 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

8:30 am Body Conditioning 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:15 pm Pyramid Training 7:30 pm Zumba

8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:00 pm Sweetheart Social 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:00 pm Poker Night 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up 7:30 pm Zumba

Tax information is available through the Front Desk for anyone who had a child enrolled in the Before & After School Program or Summer Camp 2012, please see Mrs. Chris for your statement.

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:00 pm Poker Night 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up 7:30 pm Zumba

■ Closure Dates : Morning Fun Factory: Closed Monday, Feb. 18 for Presidents Day

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Fun Factory: We have new hours! Please remember reservations are required. For reservations, contact the Youth Department. Mon. – Fri. 8 a.m.-noon, 5-8 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-noon

8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 9:30 am Pilates 10:30 am Zumba 5:00 pm Poker Night 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up 7:30 pm Zumba

parents with children that participate in the Fun Factory Program must complete a new form.

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14 8:30 am Body Conditioning 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:15 pm Pyramid Training 7:30 pm Zumba

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Great Games Night

Come play Games with everyone. Bring a snack or appetizer to share. See flyer for more information.

8:00 am Zumba

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30 pm Fishing Club Last Friday Social 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

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8:00 am Zumba

Before and After School Care: We currently have a waiting list. If you are interested in having your child’s name added to the list please contact the Youth Department.

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