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Brambleton Growing Families. Building Community. Connecting Life.

June 2013

Community Association Summer is Almost Here Design Guidelines Meet the Camp Counselors

Upcoming Events Summer Kick Off Sizzlin' Summer Concerts Red, White and BRAM

6 Design Guidelines 5 Message from the GM




Preview all the meetings and events taking place in the month of June.



Find out what's new at one of the community's biggest festivals.


Summer is almost here, and it's a busy time with events, programming and grounds maintenance.

Red, White and BRAM



DESIGN GUIDELINES After an extensive review period, Brambleton's Board of Directors approved the proposed revisions.



Try something new with the family fit obstacle course challenge!

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We have a great line up of summer camps available at the Community Center this year. Take a moment to meet some of the camp counselors.

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18 Pool Hours

A look at this month.....

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5 Greenway Public Hearing

BCA Board Meeting





Covenants Committee Meeting







Summer Kick Off Party/Teen Night

Sizzlin' 13 Summer Concert

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Grounds/Facilities Committee Mtg.



25 2013 Development Update Meeting

30 Financial Advisory Committee Mtg

Sizzlin' Summer Concert

Red, White and BRAM

Save the Date – Greenway Toll Rate Investigation Public Hearing Set for June 6 – The SCC has set several hearing dates for public comments. The closest location is Parkview HS in Sterling on June 6 at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm. DO YOU ROUTINELY AVOID USING THE GREENWAY BECAUSE OF THE HIGH TOLLS? Please consider responding to the petition,, and consider attending the June 6 public hearing to voice your concerns. This may be your only opportunity for years to come!




We are excited to announce the Sizzlin' Summer Concert schedule for this year.


Find out who's celebrating milestone in Brambleton!


Read about ways to conserve water this summer.





Resident Tina Gerin offers advice on treating your dog's bad breath.



POOL OPERATING HOURS Celebrate the end of school and the begining of summer at our annual pool party.

Take a look at the 2013 community pool hours.

Refer to this page for important Association information.

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BRAMBLETON TRAILS For safety, please keep all motorized vehicles off of the trails.



Check out the latest developments from the Developer.

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RACE BRAMBLETON A list of frequently called numbers.

Support the Bettas this year at one of the home meets. Please note their swim schedule and Community Center pool closings.

Are you signed up for any races in the series? If you complete 3 of the 6, you will receive a custom finisher medal.


BABYSITTER DIRECTORY A listing of resident babysitters.



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Summer Potpourri Summer is almost here. The kids are anxious for school to end, and there is a lot of activity happening around town. Final preparations are being made for events and programs. The grounds crews are out in full force, and the pool contractor is ready for a busy summer swim season. Covenants inspections are also in full force. These are just some of the activities the Association has to coordinate and oversee going into the busiest time of the year. I would first like to recognize the Covenants Department and all the hard work they do. They have been busy with inspections throughout the community and are working with residents to get their next exterior projects approved. As a result, several residents have been the recipients of the most coveted communication from the Association, the violation letter. Regardless of the nature of the violation or the reaction from the one receiving this coveted communication, the members of the Covenants team serve a vital role within the Association. They are here to assure that maintenance and design standards

are met, as everyone agreed to, when they moved into the community. Their work is thankless at times, but at the end of the day, most appreciated by all. Their commitment to upholding the community covenants while taking a “livable community” approach towards enforcement has served the community well. Pools…… so what’s going on with the next pool? The developer has broken ground on the Association’s third pool and banquet/community facility. Unfortunately, the facility will not be completed until later this year, after the swim season is over. This delay will obviously impact the pools this summer. The Association is preparing for the crowds at the pools on those hot sunny days. To help the situation, pool hours have been extended to include an early morning swim, Brambleton Unplugged at Beacon Crest Pool, and a 9:00 am opening at Beacon Crest. These modifications to extend the operating hours at the pools will hopefully alleviate some of the mid-day crowds. Please bear with us this summer as the developer continues construction on our third pool.

June is the kick-off to the summer event season, and I wanted to take a moment to highlight several annual events that will be occurring this month. Brambleton will provide kids and teens the venue to kick off the summer at the Annual Summer KickOff Pool Party on June 7th. The Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series kicks off on Thursday, June 13th. Brambleton will once again be the host to Loudoun’s Youth Fest, the County’s biggest teen event on Saturday, June 15 from 3:00 - 8:30 pm. To end this month of fun, the Association will hold its annual Red, White and BRAM festival of concerts and fireworks display on June 29th. Be sure to read the Friday Flash weekly for the details on all these great upcoming events or visit our website, http://www.brambletonhoa. com. I wish everyone a great, safe and fun summer. Sincerely,

Rick Stone PCAM, LSM General Manager



Revised Guidelines for Basketball & Recreational Equipment Rosemarie Linder, Director of Resident Services Brambleton’s Covenants Committee gave consideration to feedback received from residents throughout the community and carefully reviewed the existing standards and Brambleton’s Board of Directors approved the proposed revisions to the Design Guide-

lines and Maintenance Standards at their April 9, 2013 meeting. The Board granted a 60 day waiver for enforcement of any new guidelines and standards to allow all Brambleton residents to become familiar with new requirements and to make any necessary

modifications to comply. Contact Brambleton’s Covenants staff with any questions or for more information at, or 703-542-6263. 

PRIVATE IMPROVEMENTS – PUBLIC RIGHT OF WAYS Lot owners are hereby put on notice that the front property lines of most Lots do not extend to the public street and are typically located a few feet behind the curb and gutter, or public sidewalk. Lot Owners shall not install, construct or place any private facilities or improvements, including but not limited to sprinkler/irrigation systems, fences, walls, landscaping, signs or other decorative improvements and appurtenant facilities within the dedicated public street rightof-way. Loudoun County, the Virginia Department of Transportation and/or the Declarant, as required for bond release and State road acceptance, may, in their sole discretion, without prior notice to the Lot Owner, remove any and all private facilities or improvements located within the dedicated public street right-of-way. Excerpted from the Design Guidelines and Maintenance Standards for Brambleton, revised 4/9/2013


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BASKETBALL EQUIPMENT General Considerations All basketball equipment requires an application and will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Basketball backboards may not be attached to the home or garage. Basketball backboards may be erected on permanent poles in the driveways of single-family detached homes and are to be sited such that they are a minimum of fifteen (15) feet from the street and located so that basketballs will not fall into the yards of adjoining homes. The configuration of the driveway, distance from the street and proximity of adjoining lots will be a factor in evaluating an application. The use of basketball equipment is limited to daylight hours. Specific Guidelines 1.

No more than one piece of basketball equipment will be permitted on any property.


Metal poles are to be painted black, brown or left in a galvanized finish; a wood pole is to be painted brown, black, to match the house colors, or left to weather naturally.


No building-mounted backboards shall be allowed.


The addition of paving material for a playing court also requires review and approval and may require County approval.


Portable basketball equipment that has not been reviewed and approved by the Covenants Committee must be stored out of sight when not in use.


Portable basketball goal/hoops systems must be stabilized by filling the base with water or sand according to manufacturer’s instructions. No other form of weighting, for example: cinder blocks, bricks, bagged sand, mulch or gravel is acceptable. If the hoop cannot be stabilized following the manufacturer’s instructions, it is not suitable for installation in the community setting and is not permitted.

Submission Requirements 1.

A copy of the existing official record plat showing the house and any accessory structures, fences, significant vegetation, property lines, the proposed location of the basketball backboard and pole.


A catalogue photograph or manufacturer's "cut sheets" of the backboard and pole, including dimensions, materials, and colors.


Where applicable, provide a planting plan indicating the proposed type and location of vegetation or other screening, existing or proposed.

Maintenance Requirements and future considerations In addition to the applicable Property Maintenance Standards, the following specific maintenance requirements apply to basketball equipment. A.

Netting must be properly attached to the goal at all times and maintained in original condition.


Basketball goal/hoop system must be rust and damage free.



Basketball goal/hoop system must be kept in the upright position.


Basketball goal/hoop system must be maintained to the manufacturer’s original specifications and may not be altered in any way.

Basketball equipment must be maintained in keeping with Brambleton Community Association’s Property Maintenance Standards and the exterior elements must be maintained in their original factory condition. Damaged basketball equipment must be immediately stored out of view of neighboring properties. If changes to previously approved or installed basketball equipment are desired, a new Design Review Application is required and must be submitted for review and approval prior to making any changes. RECREATION AND PLAY EQUIPMENT General Considerations The Design Standards listed below are provided in an effort to reconcile the need for play equipment with the goal of minimizing its visual impact and the effect the use of such equipment will have on neighbors. Careful thought should be given to location and kinds of equipment to be installed since neighborhood facilities will be of a larger scale and have greater usage. The installation of play equipment in common areas is prohibited. Permanent play equipment is to be selected and located so as to minimize its visual and acoustical impact on adjacent properties. Design and location are to be carefully considered and efforts made to visually integrate the structure into its surroundings and take advantage of any screening provided by existing vegetation. When required, screening of the equipment must be accomplished by evergreens to ensure year-round protection. Screening plant material will be required to be of a height great enough to conceal the play equipment within 24 months of planting. When considering play equipment, the size of the property, wooded area, equipment size, material, color, relationship to adjacent residences and amount of visual screening are important factors. Permanent or semi-permanent play equipment which constitutes a structure, such as a swing set, play-house, sand box, etc., requires an application and must conform to the guidelines below to be approved. Specific Guidelines 1.

Location. All play equipment (with the exception of basketball hoops) must be located in the rear yard. Play equipment must be located a minimum of five feet (5') from any property line.


Size and Scale. The size of any play equipment is to be compatible with the size of the lot.


Screening. Play equipment is to be sited so as to have the minimum visual and noise impacts on adjoining lots. The Covenants Committee may require landscape screening to minimize any adverse impacts.


Material and Colors. i.


For Single Family Detached Homes – Play equipment must be primarily made of wood and the use of bright colors on play equipment should be minimized. How ever, as most play structures available for purchase have bright colored plastic and/ or fabric elements they will generally be acceptable if the majority of the basic structure is wood. Applications for play equipment are to include a color photograph or catalogue cut sheet, the physical dimensions of the equipment and proposed location on the lot.

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ii. For Single Family Attached Homes – the use of plastic play equipment is permitted within a fenced backyard as most wood play equipment available to residents is not suited to the size and scale of the majority of Lots within this housing type. 5.

Portable play equipment that is easily transportable by one person, such as soccer nets, bikes or scoot ers, does not require approval but must be stored out of view of neighboring properties when not in use.


Portable, large play equipment such as skateboard ramps, climbing walls, trampolines, portable basketball backboards, etc., must be approved unless stored out of sight when not in use.

Submission Requirements 1.

A copy of the existing official record plat showing the house and any accessory structures, fences, significant vegetation, property lines, and the proposed location of the play equipment.


Photographs showing the existing house and site marked with the location of the proposed play equipment.


A catalogue photograph or manufacturer's "cut sheets" of the play equipment, including dimensions, materials, and colors.


If equipment is to be constructed, include a plan and elevation drawing, to scale, identifying dimensions, materials, and colors.


Where applicable, provide a planting plan indicating the proposed type and location of vegetation.

Maintenance Requirements and future considerations Recreation and play equipment must be maintained in keeping with Brambleton Community Association’s Property Maintenance Standards. If changes to a previously approved Play Equipment are desired, a new Design Review Application is required and must be submitted for review and approval prior to making any changes.

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What is New at Red, White and BRAM! Dana Vinci, Events and Programming Specialist Summer is officially here when the Red, White & BRAM fireworks shoot off! For those of you that have attended in years past, you understand the great sense of community this event brings to Brambleton, and for those of you that are new, this is an event not to miss. Red, White & BRAM gives you the opportunity to get out and meet your neighbors, celebrate this amazing community and have some great fun while doing it. Of course, we will be having bands, food trucks, the beer tent, the wine tent (new this year), fireworks and games, but this year we are adding a few new things that we think will make this event the best RED, WHITE & BRAM to date! On the morning of, Kazokufit will be challenging Brambleton families with an obstacle course race! Running from 8:00 am – Noon, you and


your family can challenge yourselves on a one-mile loop where you will run, walk, jump, climb and crawl your way to the finish line. For more information on participating in Kazokufit please visit www.wehavenosidelines. com. If running and jumping is not your thing, then you can enter your most delicious baked-good in our Bake-Off Challenge. We are looking for cakes, cookies, cupcakes, pies and any other tasty treat that you think might win. We will have official judges and winners! Or sign up for the Volleyball or Dodgeball Tournament, taking place later in the afternoon. Not to fear if neither of those sound appealing, there is still a challenge for you to participate in. Brambleton’s first ever Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest! On the day of the event you can participate in one of the silliest

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competitions this side of the Mississippi, seeing who can spit a watermelon seed the furthest. Now there is something to brag about! This year we will also have field day games, but we are bringing in a professional company who will be there to keep every game rolling smoothly. You can expect to play games such as water balloon toss, tractor golf, sponge relay and many many more! If you want to play, visit the Field Day booth the day of the event. We can’t wait to see you and your family there to help celebrate! Red, White & Bram is on June 29th, gates open at 5:00 pm and fireworks are at 9:30 pm. To find out more details or sign up for one of the events please visit If you have any questions please email

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Red, White and BRAM Kazoku Family Challenge Polina Gregory, KazokuFit Co-Founder The race is designed for families to do together, and with "We have no sidelines" as their tagline, families are encouraged to run, jump, crawl, and climb their way through it. The course is a ½ mile loop that can be done multiple times with obstacles specifically created to challenge family members of all ages. The more times you run, the more chances you get to enter a raffle to win gift cards! Kids ages 7-14 can race with or without a parent (they are highly encouraged to join, though). This is a family event! We have no sidelines. Younger children must have an adult on the course with them.

Try something new... a family obstacle course where you will walk, run, jump, climb, and crawl! All ages are invited to participate in this fun and challenging event!

They also firmly believe in having fun and being fit and doing it together as a family. Kazoku means “family” in Japanese and that is how they came up with the name.

Register at www.wehavenosidelines. com before June 8th and receive a KazokuFit Challenge t-shirt (14 and under). In addition to the two obstacle courses, there will also be a Fun Zone with a moon bounce, spirit face painting (think war paint), etc. You will also receive temporary tattoos after event completion.

Obstacle courses are all the rage these days. Mud runs and other races that involve physical challenges along the way seem to take place all the time now but none of them are really geared towards kids and families. But that's about to change thanks to KazukoFit, a new company that produces obstacle courses and adventure races with all ages and fitness levels in mind. KazukoFit founders Polina Gregory, a Brambleton resident, and Mark Shafer came up with the idea because they wanted their own kids to experience an obstacle course challenge -- and they wanted to be able to join them.

Brambleton’s first ever Red, White and Bram Kazoku Family Challenge is happening on June 29th from 8 am – noon and a portion of the proceeds goes towards a great local charity www.journey4acure. org a Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Register for the Red, White and Bram Kazoku Family Challenge and you will be supporting a great cause while having a fun-filled morning, creating memories that will last forever. Join the conversation at www. and see what everyone is talking about.


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SATURDAY JUNE 29, 2013 Challenge your family to an obstacle course where you will walk, run, jump, climb and crawl! This half mile loop can be done twice for a mile, or as many times as you’re up to the challenge! $SRUWLRQRIWKHSURFHHGVZLOOEHQH¿W

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Meet the Summer Camp Counselors Dana Vinci, Events and Programming Specialist Right now your kids are gearing up for their summer break and are probably very excited to head off to camp. Sometimes the thought of going to camp and meeting new people might be a little scary for your little ones so we thought we would put together a quick bio sheet on some of the camp councelors your kids might meet at one of the many camps we offer here in Brambleton! OVERTIME ATHLETICS SPORTS CAMP Hi, I am Lisa Sheffer and this will be my second summer working the Brambleton summer camps! This year I have mainly split my time between working afterschool programs and fulfill-


ing an intern position in the U.S Senate. Additionally, I was a Herndon high cheerleader who is happy to say our team won the state championship this year. I am attending Radford University with plans to major in communications-media. I think the most rewarding thing that I’ve had happen as a coach is having the kids come back the next day and be able to utilize the skills they learned the day before. That is easily my favorite highlight as an Overtime Athletics coach! I’m looking forward to yet another summer of fun!

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Hi I am Matt Stevens and this is my second year working at Brambleton Summer Camp. I am currently

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going to Old Dominion University. I played basketball and lacrosse in high school all four years. I have to play basketball and work on cars with my spare time. I choose to work with kids because I can easily relate to them since I used to go to summer camps. My name is Bruce Butler. I was at Brambleton Summer Camps last year and am happy to coming back. I currently go to George Mason University. My hobbies are playing basketball, fishing, and watching Nats games with my dad, and hanging out with friends. I'm a big time Redskins fan as well. I've played baseball, basketball, football in my spare time. I choose to

work with kids, because I think it’s important to teach the kids the fundamentals of games, just like I was taught as a kid. It's a fun job, and I enjoy interacting with the kids, and hopefully giving them an experience they will remember. If they can learn something new each day, then I think we've done a good job. My name is Jason Gappa. This is my first year at Brambleton Summer Camps. I planned to transfer to JMU this fall. I’ve played baseball, basketball, and some football in high school. In my spare time, I love to be outside and staying active. I enjoy working with kids because its never a dull time and love spreading my passion for sports. I think it’s important to be a role model to the younger generation, I hope my passion for staying active and sports is seen by these kids. ENGINEERING FOR KIDS Hi, I am Ekta C h a u d h a r y, the director and one of the lead teachers for Engineering for Kids, Northern VA. I have two kids ages 8 and 5 and started this venture a year ago when I was looking for some science based activities for my own kids. Having a strong background in science, I have successfully launched and taught various engineering programs in Loudoun and Fairfax county public

schools and other community centers. I am a certified Project Management Professional and hold a Master’s degree from George Washington University. I firmly believe that children should apply the skills and knowledge acquired in schools to realworld problems and find Engineering for Kids a great medium to fulfill that goal. I strive to introduce critical problem solving skills through hands-on fun activities and consider engineering as a practical way of applying what, why, and how, of things with which kids interact and bring their imaginations to reality. SILVER NIGHTS CHESS CAMP Hi, I am Justin Burgess! I am a 2008 graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in accounting. I have worked at a bank in Blacksburg until I was hired by Silver Knights in January 2012. I did not learn how to play chess until age 13, but immediately fell in love with the game. In 2011 I achieved the title of USCF Expert, and in April I became a National Master. I am an active tournament player in Virginia, and also a certified Club Tournament Director. In 2012, I tied for first at the Virginia State Chess Championship, making me the co-champion of Virginia. MATH TREE My name is Diviya Muruganandam and I am a recent graduate from JMU. I was looking for sum-

mer jobs and found an opportunity to work with children at MathTree. I loved the idea of being able to help children through the tough subjects. The children can expect a fun but educational experience My name is Alexandra Zinda and I’ve been working for MathTree for the past several summers (since 2007). The President of MathTree, Lynn Salvo, was my math tutor when I was in school and has been very influential in the strategies and approach that I use toward teaching math to my students. I have enjoyed teaching the MathTree curriculum to my students because it is engaging and provides them with a hands-on multi-modal approach to learning math. For example, playing Go Fish and using combinations of dominoes to find all the sums to ten. In addition, the curriculum is individualized to meet my students’ unique learning needs and is also developmentally appropriate. I strive as a teacher to plant a love of math in my students by teaching them fundamental building blocks and skills, such as the importance of understanding place value, that will grow and develop over time. I’m looking forward to teaching for MathTree this summer at the Brambleton Community Center and working with your students! 



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Motorized Vehicles Not Permitted on Brambleton Trails The Brambleton Group continues to build new trails for the community. The trails within the community are for the use and enjoyment of all Brambleton residents and their guests. The multi-use trails are for walking, hiking, jogging, running, bicycling and general exercising. Benches, trash cans and exercise stations have been installed or in the process of being installed along trail. There are a total of 20 exercise stations that have been installed. The circuit starts on the trail near Belmont Ridge Road and Myan Gold Drive. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on Brambleton trails. Prohibited motorized vehicles include but are not limited to: • Cars and trucks • Motorcycles, mini-bikes, mopeds/motor-scooters • ATVs, UTVs, 4-wheelers • Golf carts or go-carts On occasion the Association or its contractors will need to access the trails by motorized vehicles for inspections, maintenance or upkeep of the trail or surrounding common areas. When doing so, the vehicle operator has been instructed to yield the right of way to all trail users. Residents witnessing unauthorized use of the trails by motorized vehicles are asked to immediately report the incident to the Association office at 703-542-6263 or Illegal or suspicious activity on the trails should always be immediately reported to the Loudoun County Sheriff ’s Office at 703-777-1021; or 911 if it is an emergency.

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2013 Pool Operating Hours Dana Vinci, Community Services Coordinator

Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day (May 25 – September 2)

Swim Team swim meets. See posted schedule at the pool or on the Community Intranet for further details.

When public schools are not in session: June 7, 2013 – September 2, 2012

Beacon Crest Pool

When public schools are in session: May 27, 2013 – June 06, 2013

Pre-Season 2012 (May 11th-12th and 18th-19th)

Post-Season (Sept. 7 & 8 and 14 & 15)

Monday - Friday 12:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day (May 25 – September 2)

When public schools are not in session: June 7, 2013 – September 2, 2013

When public schools are in session: May 27, 2012 – June 06, 2013

Brambleton Community Center Pool

Everyday (including Holidays) 11:00 am – 9:00 pm

Monday - Friday 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

The Brambleton Community Center Pool will close for scheduled Betta


Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

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Every day (including Holidays) 9:00 am – 8:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Pool Registration New residents may register for pool passes in person at the BCA Management Office, located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Please download complete pool information here: h-s/20130524/00fa0e27952b495c 

BETTAS SWIM TEAM PRACTICE AND MEET SCHEDULE 2013 Practice Schedule Evening Practice: Monday - Friday, May 29 - June 7 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm Summer Morning Practice: Monday - Friday, starting June 10 7:00 am - 11:00 am, using all six lanes.

Home Swim Meet Schedule The Community Center Pool will close for scheduled Betta Swim Team swim meets. Please make note of closures.

Sunday, June 9 Saturday, June 22 Wednesday, July 10 Wednesday, July 17 Saturday, July 20 Wednesday, July 24

Time Trials Meet Meet Meet Meet Purple/Black

7:00 am-12:00 pm 7:00 am-12:00 pm 4:30 pm-9:30 pm 4:30 pm-9:30 pm 7:00 am-12:00 pm 4:30 pm-9:30 pm

For more information, contact


Photo Credit Suzanne Robertson

Photo Credit Suzanne Robertson


News from the Developer Brambleton Community Trail Ride Brambletonians headed over to Bicycle Outfitters on Saturday, May 4th, for the first ever Community Bike Ride. They explored all the new trails in Brambleton on this easy, familyfriendly ride led by a bike enthusiast, Bicycle Outfitters' very own manager, David. More trail rides are planned, so be sure to follow their latest news here. YouthFest "Battle of the Bands" Series Concluded May 11th with the Finals All the bands and solo acts who advanced through the preliminary finals battled it out May 11th at the Finals at Mahalo Cove in Sterling. Congratulations to the band "Veranda" who placed first at the Battle of


the Bands Finals. They will be opening for Mayday Parade at Youth Fest! Be sure to join us on June 15 at the Brambleton Town Center for YouthFest 2013, from 3:00 - 8:30 pm. All the teen bands will be on the YouthFest main stage plus there will be attractions, inflatables, games, interactive exhibits and more. Tickets are $7.50 in advance online and $10 at the gate.

Ribbon Run Rewind Relive the Step Sisters' Brambleton Ribbon Run through this exclusive video created for us by a very talented George Mason University graduate, Ryan Glass http://youtu. be/7-PMHXe57So. Town Center Tidbits •

Regal Fox 16 will be kicking off its

Brambleton Farmers' Market is now open for the season Slapshot from the Washington Capitals was on hand to officially open the Brambleton Farmers' Market season, now open Sundays, 9 am-1 pm, through October! php. Follow on Facebook here.

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2013 Summer Movie Express at 10 AM Tuesdays and Wednesdays for 9-weeks during the Summer

Break from 6/18 to 8/14. Popular titles such as Alvin & the Chipmunks: Shipwrecked, Chimpanzee, Dolphin Tale, •

Happy Feet Two, Kung Fu Panda 2, Puss and Boots, Rio and Smurfs will be shown on the big screen to be enjoyed by thousands of eager film fans. Admission to all movies is just $1.00 with a portion of the proceeds going to the Will Rogers Motion Picture Pioneers Foundation. It’s a great way to see some of the best family-friendly movies available on the big screen while supporting a worthy charity. Concession items will also be on sale, including a special ‘Zap Pack’ Combo Pack – a great value that includes popcorn, candy and a drink.

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Winchester Towns: Final Phase Close Out! Only 12 townhome sites remain in Winchester Homes' Emerald Ridge neighborhood! All sites back to a wooded park.

Van Metre Homefusion Happy Hour was held on Thursday, May 16. Amazing food, entertainment, designs and specialists were on hand to educate! Featured fresh food was prepared and carved by Food Network Star, James Parker. Van Metre Homes Design StudioWhy Brambleton?

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We are pleased to announce that Brambleton Town Center tenant, La Cucina Italiano, has been selected by the Northern Virginia Magazine as a wild card contestant in the Slice is Right Final Battle pizza contest. Have you tried Yelp's monocle mode? Simply download the app on to your smartphone and hold it up to see reviews around you!

Brambleton Town Center Coupon magazine is now available online btc_coupons. Bloo Dental is pleased to announce that Dr. Rahim just graduated from the Dawson Academy, which is the most prestigious dental academy in the world. It was founded by Dr. Peter Dawson, who is considered to be one of the most influential clinicians and teachers in the history of dentistry. Dr. Dawson is the author of the all-time best selling dental text,

in Falls Church. This six-bedroom, three bath home is ready to welcome transitionally homeless families at risk. Now they have a place to call home. http://

Miller & Smith's Noble Pointe Collection Model Home For Sale: Miller & Smith's stunning "Taymouth" model home is now available for sale and priced at $769,125. Featuring the much desired first floor master bedroom and bath, this home is filled with designer details, custom mirrors, mouldings & trim, paint, wallpaper and window treatments! The gourmet kitchen is complete with upgraded cabinets, stainless steel appliances and new venetian gold granite countertops. There is a stone facing fireplace in the great room and hardwood floors can be found throughout the main living level and the stairs leading to the upper level. Upstairs you will find three additional bedrooms and a loft. Fully finished, and oversized, rec room with full bath downstairs, deck, and much more. For more information contact Tracy Lamb at 703-327-0736. Builder Captain, Van Metre Homes, and HomeAid Northern Virginia have turned an impossible dream into reality as Shelter House announces the opening of the newly renovated Ives House

New Home Information Packet – Model Home Map: SAVE THE DATE 6/13 – Sizzlin' Summer Concert Series begins, 6:30-9:30 pm 6/15 – YouthFest, 3-8:30 pm 6/18 - Regal Summer Movie Express begins, 10 am 6/27 - Sizzlin' Summer Concert, 6:309:30 pm 6/29 – Red, White and BRAM, 4-10 pm 7/11 - Sizzlin' Summer Concert, 6:309:30 pm 7/25 - Sizzlin' Summer Concert, 6:309:30 pm

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Water Conservation Loudoun Water

You can conserve water indoors by repairing leaks, limiting shower times, running dishwashers only when full, and cleaning laundry only when the washing machine is full. The greatest opportunities for water conservation can actually be found in your lawn watering schedule. In the summer months lawn watering can account for as much as 65% of total use. Too often, we overwater our lawns. The problem is, most people either water at a schedule that's convenient for them, regardless of their lawn's need for water, or they just don't know how much water a lawn needs and how to deliver it most efficiently. For that reason, we offer the following tips and tools. Most importantly, we request that our residential customers follow a two-day per week watering schedule:


Odd Addresses: Wednesday and Saturday Even Addresses: Thursday and Sunday This schedule has a number of benefits: It evenly distributes water use over a weeks time, which helps extend the life of our assets, and it leaves Monday alone – a chance for storage tanks to refill after a weekend of heavy water use. If you would prefer to install an irrigation system, use our guidelines to help make your decision. Then, irrigate smarter with tips from the Irrigation Association. July is officially Smart Irrigation Month, but their tips can be used during other months too! You can cut down on lawn watering altogether with a landscape that minimizes the need for watering.

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We offer a free, color guide to water wise landscaping, which you can request by contacting us or you can download a copy. The guide helps calculate your water needs, timing and frequency and shares some ideas for landscaping that's lighter on your hose, your wallet and your back. In case of drought or extremely dry weather, Loudoun Water follows the region's drought response plan. We're also a member of EPA's WaterSense program. Visit their website to locate water-efficient products. View videos that we posted to help promote their campaign, Fix a Leak week. For tips on water-saving opportunities in each area of your home, visit this interesting site: www.H2ouse. org. Learn how to reduce your water footprint: H2O Conserve.

Summer Kick-Off &Teen Pool Party Friday, June 7th Summer Kick Off 5:00pm-8:00pm Waterslides, Dunk Tank, Contests, Deejay, Dancing, and Food vendors. This is a FREE event and is for Brambleton residents Only. This event is for all ages up to 5th grade. Children must be accompanied by an parent or guardian.

Teen Pool Party 8:30pm-11:00pm Free Pizza and sodas, with deejay and dancing, and the pool is for teens only. Brambleton middle and high school students are FREE and friends and guests are $5 each. For More Info please email


Live Fit. Live Brambleton.

Brambleton is excited to offer six different races for participants of all ages. Start your day in the heart of downtown Brambleton with any of the upcoming 5k/10k races or conquer three sports in one with a summer adult or kids Triathlon! Each event is family-friendly, and proceeds from all the races will directly benefit one or more local organizations.

2013 Race Schedule Saturday April 13

Saturday September 7

Monday May 27

Saturday November 2

A Salute to Our Troops

Sunday August 11

Tuesday December 31 A New Year’s Eve Celebration

Red Hot Triathlon

Triple Crown Finisher Participants who complete 3 out of the 6 races (excluding fun runs), will receive a “Triple Crown Finisher” commemorative race medal, sponsored by StoneSpring Emergency Center. *2013 Ribbon Run finishers are eligible to receive the commemorative medal upon completing two more Race Brambleton events. Please contact for more information. - Follow us on Facebook


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Cheers to Another Year! Birthdays, Anniversaries, and Special Deliveries are celebrated often here in Brambleton. Let someone know that you are thinking of them. Please send all submissions to by the 20th of each month.

Happy 3rd Birthday, Grayson Fowler!

June 3 - Happy Birthday to our Amazing Super-Grand- We love you to the moon and back! ma!

You are the apple of our eyes Love, Mommy, Daddy & Peyand we are lucky to have ton you. Lots of Love, Evan and Aiden.

Congratulations It's a Girl We welcomed daughter, Finley Cait on May 14th at 6:04 am. She weighed 6lbs 2oz and was 19 inches long. Robert, Alison and big sister Saylor Murafsky

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Briar Woods Falcon Regiment Mini Band Camp August 20th and 21st 9:00am-3:00pm th Rising 7 and 8th Grade Students Under the direction of Mr. Duane Minnick, The Award Winning Briar Woods Falcon Regiment Band and Color Guard will guide future band students in drill and music $95 Fee Includes:

$95 Fee includes: ~drill instruction~sectionals~flip folder with music~ Drill Instruction Sectionals Flip folder with music ~T-shirt~Flag for Color Guard~snacks~ Flag for Color Guardto Future Snacks Participants alsoT-shirt receive FREE Admission Falcon Night Participants also receive FREE Admission to Future Falcon Night Registration deadline August 10th Early Bird Registration by June 30th is $85 per Camper

Each Band Camper must provide lunch and instrument* *Percussion / Bari Sax / Bass Clarinet / Bassoon / Tenor Sax / Baritone / Tuba Campers will have access to instruments at Briar Woods* Download application and Media Release from:

Mail Completed Permission Form with Payment to: BWHS Band Boosters 21666 Stillbrook Farm Drive Ashburn, VA 20148

Chesterbrook Academy Elementary School

Offering Full Day Kindergarten 46100 Woodshire Dr., Sterling 703-404-0202 Serving Grades Pre-K – 8 Round trip transportation available from our Brambleton preschool


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Luis Rosado Director of Tennis Programs Certified Tennis Professional

Summer Camps Adult & Junior Programs Private Lessons

Enrolling Now!!

Location: Broadlands & Ashburn Farm Contact us to register at: 301-221-7917 *


Treating Your Dog's Bad Breath Tina Gerin, Brambleton Resident once a week is good too.

Brambleton resident and avid dog lover, Tina Gerin, moved to the community in November of 2011. She has 7 years experience working with dogs and owns and operates her own dog walking/pet sitting business. She offers her advice to residents on everything from pet care and training to referral of pet services.

I have been getting a lot of questions from clients on their dogs having bad breath so I decided this would be a good topic for my next article. A dog can get bad breath for many reasons, but the main reason is usually the kibble we are feeding them. Contrary to popular belief, kibble does not clean a dogs teeth. A dog does best on raw food, but that is a big jump to take for many, and a whole other topic. Their systems are not designed to process kibble, although they adjust since that is what we are taught is what we should feed them. Many people that switch to a raw or partial raw diet notice the first thing that is gone is the bad breath, but again that is a big jump and whole other topic. For now the best remedy is: Try to stick to a kibble that is all protein as dogs don’t need oats, grains, corn or anything like that; it's all just filler. Get into a regimen of brushing your dogs teeth, daily is great, but at least

The best way to clean a dogs teeth though, is raw bones. They need that grinding to get the tartar off. Tooth brushing helps as well, but combining that with the bones is the best way. I reccommend two types of bones. Marrow bones and beef rib bones. These bones have less of a chance of splintering. The important key factor is that they are given raw and frozen. Do not cook these bones as they will splinter, and cooking defeats the purpose of them grinding the raw meat off to clean their teeth. The other important factor with the beef rib bones, is take them away as soon as the dog is finished cleaning all the meat off. And never, ever give them beef rib bones if they will be left alone. Marrow bones won't splinter and can be given when they are alone. Your dog will eat the meat around it and the marrow inside. They can also be used to pacify your dog if you need to be gone for a few hours and he/she has any kind of separation issues. Marrow bones can keep your dogs busy for hours! You can also refill your marrow bones with peanut butter and refreeze for an in expensive way to give your dogs a healthy treat, and clean their teeth at the same time. No matter what your dogs size, marrow and beef rib bones are a great teeth cleaning tool. Pet stores carry many solutions, pills and powders. etc. Just make sure to read the labels on these items. There are many chemicals in them, and they usually just work for a few minutes, not long term. All natural pet stores in the area carry the marrow bones, or you can have your butcher cut them for you

at your local grocery store. Be sure to get them cut wide enough - I reccommend at least 3-4 inches wide. The beef rib bones are at the local grocer. They are sold in a slab and you just get that, cut them down to individual singe ribs, and freeze. These are both also very healthy treats for your dogs and they will love you for it. There are other reasons for bad breath that you should consider. They could have tartar build up, gum disease, or a bad tooth. Be sure to check your dogs mouth, for swollen gums, tarter build up, bleeding gums, or any bad teeth. If you find any of these, you will have to visit the vet and get the problem treated. If they have a lot of tartar build up they may need a teeth cleaning. Once their teeth are cleaned, you can start them on the raw bone regimen combined with tooth brushing. You will notice a big difference! If you have any questions on diet or bones, feel free to contact me at Also visit our website at for any dog walking or pet sitting information. Remember, we offer discount rates for Brambleton residents so be sure to mention that if you call us! ď Ž



Important Info to Know Brambleton Community Association 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210 Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 pm 703-542-6263(p) 703-542-6266(f ) Brambleton Community Center 42645 Regal Wood Drive Available for private rentals and community programming. Contact Dana Vinci or Beth Huck After Hour Emergency Contact To report a concern after normal business hours, please call 703-385-1133.

awnings, and for smaller projects like changing the color of paint on your front door. Submit completed applications to the management office at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210, Brambleton VA 20148, via fax to 703-542-6266 or to As the Covenants Committee meets once per month, it is important to submit all of the required information with your application so as not to delay review of your project.  Need Mailbox Repair? Black Mailboxes - Call Main Street Mailboxes at 703-753-5521. Weathered Bronze Mailboxes - Call Dominion Electric Supply Company, Erin Schwartz, at 703-631-8100.

Board of Directors Meetings

Trash Collection

Board of Directors meetings are held at the BCA Management Offices, located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210.

Trash: Tuesdays & Fridays Yard Debris: Tuesdays (March - Dec) Recycling: Fridays AAA: 703-818-8222

Upcoming Meetings Tuesday, June 4, 8:15 am Tuesday, August 6, 8:15 am Assessment Mailing Address Brambleton Community Association c/o Armstrong Managment P.O. Box 11983 Newark, NJ 07101-4983

BCA Drop Box A drop box is available after hours and is located outside of the Brambleton Community Association office building, located at 42395 Ryan Road. Residents may drop off architectual applications, committee applications, etc. Assessments will not be accepted.

Do You Need to Apply? Our office regularly receives applications for decks, patios and fences. Please note that an application is also required for play equipment,


Dominion Power Call 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-3664357) to report an outage. Neighborhood Watch If you see something suspicious or criminal, immediately call LCSO at (703) 777-1021 or 911 if it is a crime in progress. Subscribe to B_Alert@Brambleton to be linked to an active FB group focused and concerned about safety and security within Brambleton. Notary Service Available by Appointment Only please call 703-542-6263. Notary service is free to Brambleton residents for the first two documents, with a $2.00 fee per document thereafter. Non-residents will be charged $2.00 per document. Photo ID required. Witnessing on documents will not be provided by the Brambleton Community Association. Virginia notaries are not authorized to certify true copies of birth, death or marriage certificates. Only the Division of Vital Records/Statistics may perform such a certification. Follow Us on Facebook

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Watch celebrity players like the face of Ralph Lauren Fragrances, Ignacio “Nacho” Figueras; Italy’s own Salvatore Ferragamo, John Walsh from America’s Most Wanted; and Outback Steakhouse co–founder and U.S. Open winner, Tim Gannon. Champagne Divot Stomp at halftime. 7YVJLLKZILULÄ[;OL5H[PVUHS*LU[LYMVY4PZZPUN  Exploited Children and Capital Caring. Choose a table in the VIP tent for a catered afternoon. Tailgate with an umbrella table and 4 chairs. Or bring your blanket for General Admission, just $30 per car.





Committees Activities Committee

Financial Advisory Committee

Technology Ad-hoc Committee

Co-Chairs: Amber Colatosti, Liz Jackson

Chair: Mark Davis

Chair: Paul Raven

Membership: Three seats open

Upcoming Meetings:

Upcoming Meetings:

Scheduled as necessary

Membership: Open Upcoming Meetings: June 4, 7:30 pm

June 25, 7:30 pm July 23, 7:30 pm

* All Association Committee meetings are held at the BCA Management Offices, located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210. Location and date changes will be announced in the Friday Flash.

July Grounds & Facilities Committee Covenants Committee Chair: Mike Dorrity Upcoming Meetings: June 10, 7:00 pm July 8, 7:00 pm

Chair: Walter Berkey Membership: One seat open

Please contact or call 703-542-6263 for more information on joining a committee.

Upcoming Meetings: June 18, 7:00 pm July 16, 7:00 pm

Creative Dance Center

Get our 3-Bed, AUDITIONS ONS 2-Bath, 4-Door, Competition Team (ages ages 4-18) June 5 in Chantilly V-6 discount.

Richard Perez Ins Agcy Inc Rich Perez, President Fax: 703-817-0253 Bus: 703-817-1190

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CDC Stars (ages 8-18)) June 6 in South Riding June 8 in Ashburn om Performing Troupe (ages 5-16) June 7 in Ashburn m Nutcracker in a Shelll All Jazzed Up! p June 8 in Ashburn August 17 in Ashburn m

FALL SCH E availableDULE in JULY!

Halff-Day Summer Camps Fuulllll Dayy Cabumrnps Old Towne Ash After School Dance Program A special experience for our youngest dancers from 18 months.




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In Old Towne Ashburn Transportation from 20147 and 20148 zip codes.

45 minute Daily Dance Class

Old Towne Ashburn


South Riding

703-724-4900 703-729-1033 703-378-1800 703-542-2008

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Eye Exams For The Entire Family • Contact Lens Fittings • Eye Emergency Services Laser Vision Consultation • Frames For Every Personality and Price Range

Associates In Eyecare

Optometrists, PC

Stone Ridge/South Riding

703-542-8888 Stone Ridge Village Plaza 42015 Village Center Plaza • Suite 103 Stone Ridge, VA 20105

Belmont Ridge Rd.

(Next to Harris Teeter)






Evergreen Mills

Gum Springs Rt. 50

Harris Teeter

Stone Springs

Dr. Tiffany Lione • Dr Lindsay Plett

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Important Numbers Community Management Contacts Brambleton Community Management Office

703-542-6263 703-542-6266 (f )

Residences at Brambleton (AMS)


Summerfield Condo (CMC)

703-327-4818 703-542-5845 (f )

Town Center Brambleton Welcome Center


BCA Services Verizon - Activation/Account Changes/Billing/Disconnect (M - F, 8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.)


- Repair


- Questions/Assistance w/


- Assistance w/ Suspension of Service




AAA Recycling & Trash Removal


Utility Contacts Dominion Electric - North of Ryan Road


NOVEC - South of Ryan Road


Miss Utility


Washington Gas


Water/Sewer: Loudoun Water


County Contacts


Emergency: Fire/Rescue/Police


Animal Care & Control

703-777-0406 540-882-3984 (f )

Building Permits


Post Office, Ashburn - 44715 Prentice Drive


Sheriff : Non-Emergency


Sheriff : Traffic Hotline


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Babysitter Directory The BRAM Sitters list is always being updated, and if you would like to be added to our directory, feel free to call the HOA office at 703-542-6263 Monday thru Friday from 9am to 5pm or email Make sure you leave your name, age, any certifications, telephone number, and address for proof of residency in Brambleton.



Telephone Number

Sydney Wayne (B) Max Wayne Mackenzie Long (N) Megan O’Sullivan (F,C,N) Ariana Abousaeedi (F,C,B) Casey Forbes (C) Kaitlin Scalzo (C, F) Yvetter Goetlle (N) Maddie Presely-Wolff (C,B) Christian Jessup (C, B, F) Emily Sola (B,F,C) Bradley Ace (F,C) Malena Llanos (F,C) Erin Donahue (B,F,C) Megan Poole (N) Tanvi Rawat (C) Esha Rawat Alexis Haycraft (C) Larissa Perara (B,C,F) Madison Trent (B) Jade Morris (C) Alex Parker (F,C) Amanda Oja Audrey Haisley (F,C) Samantha Charlton (F,C) Bailey Moore (B,C,F) JP Castro Lauren Cohen (B) Ashlie Massara (C) Whitney Kirkpatrick (F,C) Kristie Gogo Kirby Shultz Ashley Kucuk (C) Shaelyn Mullaney (C,F) Dina McAleer Autumn Redding (B,F,C,N) Caleigh Hensley (C,F) Christin Hensley Carly Hensley Sophia Travers (B,F,C) Ashley Yi Samantha Lee Melissa Abboud

15 13 22 22 14 15 17 44 16 15 13 14 17 14 25 15 13 15 17 16 16 16 16 15 15 15 16 13 22 17 19 22 15 24 21 15 18 15 12 12 13 20 19

703-327-8000 703-327-8000 703-475-5353 571-233-7165 703-732-6411 703-327-3776 703-638-9737 703-327-3916 703-542-2691 703-327-7890 703-863-3023 703-327-3866 703-728-6714 703-439-7405 718-702-7133 703-722-2839 703-722-2839 571-436-1871 703-728-1669 630-842-5997 703-327-9940 703-408-8747 703-722-2071 571-839-7355 586-850-1622 571-527-6060 703-785-0528 703-327-6843 703-268-6323 571-344-0594 703-307-7555 520-240-0427 703-975-3892 540-533-3304 703-722-2258 571-481-6431 703-327-5151 703-327-5151 703-327-5151 703-822-3041 703-728-1856 571-723-7500 703-474-2631


(B) Taken a Babysitters Course (C) CPR certified (F) First Aid certified (N) Nanny or daycare experience

* The Association makes no representations about these individuals except that they have given permission for their names to be published. We do not endorse or promote a single sitter. Please contact the specific person for his/her rates and abilities.


The strong local real estate market has


created employment opportunities at Long & Foster Ashburn.



i Part-time administrative/receptionist position i Real estate salesperson


Organization and a friendly disposition a must! We’re looking for committed professionals who want to maximize their potential and appreciate a strong, supportive office culture. Interested in finding out more? Ready to interview? Call Dan Freire at 703-726-3432



Call 703-726-3432 for more information or visit us on Facebook at ashburnlongandfoster


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