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www.stoneoakpoa.com Volume 20 No 9

SEPTEMBER 2015

In This Issue: An Editorial From A Resident

Stone Oak Arbor Day Tree Give-Away Save The Date / Holiday Market Tree Relocation Project / It’s All About The Trees Oaks Are Still The Best and More!


An Editorial from a Stone Oak Resident Who Loves Her Community! I love living in The Hills at Sonterra in Stone Oak. I’ve lived in Battery Park City (south tip of Manhattan) where winters were cruel. I wore sneakers to work and changed into heels, schlepped through snow and slush. Fought with umbrellas turned inside out during heavy wind and rain. Rode subways – a very close-knit population! Used a few football maneuvers to get through a crowded sidewalk. Cabs were plentiful on sunny days, but sparse when it snowed or rained. Cars were ticketed daily and towed if someone forgot to move to the other side of the street for street cleaners, towed because desperate car owners squeezed too close to the fire hydrant and had nowhere else to park. Paid tons of taxes for roads frequented with high tolls and hungry potholes that devoured your tires and destroyed suspension. It cost $375 a month (20 years ago) to garage my car - two blocks from my home; and my husband paid another $375 a month to park near his office. And no one knew their neighbors nor made eye contact! I love The Hills. In 1998 I moved to Austin. Flip flops replaced snow boots; we got twice the living space for the same cost, and an attached garage that wasn’t two blocks away. We didn’t have a TOLL booth (until several years ago). We paid HOA dues and got N-O-T-H-I-N-G, except an annual bill and notice that they were selling Christmas trees, suggesting each resident put one in their front yard. It was a lovely idea and every night during the holidays streams of cars drove through our un-gated area. It was once published that our area was allotted 7/8 of one policeman to patrol our subdivision. Every year Christmas trees were knocked down by kids, decorations disappeared; Rudolph ran away, and the inflated snow man melted. Cars were broken into and periodically owners found their car on blocks with all four tires missing. Teenagers drove as fast as their hormones were speeding through their body, occasionally knocking down brick a brick mailbox. And this was in a lovely, pricey, country club area. I love The Hills. The Hills at Sonterra is one of sixteen subdivisions within Sonterra Property Owners Association. And The Hills is one of two subdivisions that has a community pool. BUT, we are the ONLY community that can boast of a clubhouse, pool, tree shaded picnic area with grills, restrooms, and playscape built in 2014. Thanks to Sonterra’s great security under the leadership of Chief Marvin Tillman, we can all sleep peacefully at night, go on vacation knowing that our home will be checked several times a day as security cars patrol our GATED community. We have a recently formed Social Committee in The Hills that organizes get-togethers for our residents and a weekly Game Night. And, I’ve made some very nice friends that make eye contact. I love The Hills at Sonterra – and the residents who are gradually becoming my extended family.

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FREE TREE in Celebration of Arbor Day! Due to the South Texas heat during Spring, San Antonio celebrates Arbor Day during the Fall months. Please come join your Stone Oak Property Owners Association as they host a

Stone Oak Arbor Day Tree Give-Away!

Saturday, October 17, 2015 9:00am-Noon (or until trees are gone) The Stone Oak POA Parking Lot 19210 Huebner Road - near the corner of Huebner & Blanco Bartlett Tree Experts and the City of San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department have graciously donated trees to assist Stone Oak residents with conservation and beautification of their residential landscaping. Don’t know how to plant a tree? No problem - experts will be on hand to give you all the information you need for your planting to be successful. New Earth will also be on hand with donated bags of mulch to help ensure moisture is retained around the roots of your new tree. This is a wonderful family activity that benefits for years to come - hope to see you there! “Other holidays repose on the past. Arbor Day proposes the future.” J. Sterling Morton -- Founder of Arbor Day in 1872

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October 3, 2015

Reagan High School Cheer Clinic 9am-12pm Kids K-8th grade spend the morning learning Reagan cheers then perform on the sidelines at the Varsity Football game that evening 7pm. Clinic includes: group picture with Reagan Cheerleaders, pizza, water bottle, shirt, ribbon and optional shorts available. RHS Cheerleaders will be visiting local elementary and middle schools to hand out registration forms. For more information: http://facebook.com/reagancheerclinic

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Reagan High School Dance Clinic 7am-11am RHS Dance and drill team members will be teaching students K-9th grades dance moves to perform at the 2pm Varsity Football game that day. Kids will learn a grade appropriate dance and sit in the stands with the dancers at the game. Clinic includes: T-shirt, ribbon, Spirit Stick, pizza, water bottle, photo with Reagan Dancers and optional dance tutu. Registration forms are available online: https://www.facebook.com/ReaganDanceClinic

Reagan High School Holiday Market Not sure what to get everyone on your holiday list? Stop by the Second Annual Reagan Holiday Market on December 5 from 12 – 4 PM held in the Reagan High School cafeteria. The Market gathers vendors specializing in gifts for the whole family, including toys, custom woodwork, books by local authors, glass works, paintings, candles, jewelry, embroidery, wreaths, personalized items, ornaments, and much more. The event also includes the winter Bake Sale, with tables of cakes, pies, cupcakes, and cookies for those holiday parties or to freeze and pull out when all the relatives arrive. Get in the holiday spirit with performances by area choirs and dance teams throughout the afternoon. Word on the street has it that Santa will also be in attendance and available to snap selfies with your own electronic device. Don’t like traffic? Hop on a free shuttle from Reagan to the neighboring Stone Oak Winter Festival and back from 10 AM – 4 PM. The Reagan Holiday Market is sponsored by the Reagan High School Choir Boosters. For more information or vendor opportunities, contact Laura Allen at lallen@trinity.edu or 210-326-4123. Stone Oak - September 2015 - Vol 20 No 9

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NEIGHBORHOOD REPRESENTATIVES The Neighborhood Representative Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month in the POA office. If you do not see a representative listed for your community, and would like to become a part of this exciting Committee, please call the POA office at 490-9481. These meetings last about one hour, and provide the opportunity for communities to trade valuable ideas and information. Past guest speakers have included SAWS, the City of San Antonio, and Allied Waste/Republic. Please contact our office if you would like further information. Arrowhead Subdivision Carl Kight 210-416-4774 Big Springs Viki Melton, Chair 210-416-4774 Canyons at Stone Oak Daryl Johnson 210-481-3161 Canyon Rim Joe Collins 210-260-6701 Champions Ridge HOA Doug Leecock 210-887-5077

Crescent Oaks HOA No Representative Appointed Crescent Ridge Clifford Rath 210-497-2254 Estates at Arrowhead No Representative Appointed Estates of Champions Run Gary Stinnett 210-669-2139 Heights at Las Lomas No Representative Appointed

Champions Springs Mary Cardenas 210-286-8095 Champions Village No Representative Appointed

Knights Cross Tim Ferry 210-421-8650 Las Lomas Lisa Tkatchuk 210-213-3339

Mesa Grande/Echo Canyon Marion Horman 210-823-8669

Seventh at Sonterra Debbie Bertram 210-257-0251

Mesa Verde Hal Carson 210-241-7412

SOCOMA HOA Al Crouch 210-497-8703

Mesa Vista Juan Ludwig 210-316-3050

Sonterra Kathy Walsh 210-862-7721

Mt. Arrowhead Lindsey Nunez 210-363-0478

Springs at Stone Oak No Representative Appointed Stone Mountain OA Arthur Downey 210-497-8873

Ridge at Stone Oak Carey Moy 210-317-8722

Summit MAA Jesse Flores 210-846-4200

Saddle Mountain Tim Collins 210-663-3177

Villages of Stone Oak Michelle McFadden 210-560-8289

The Neighborhood Representatives Committee has been established to provide a forum for communication between the Neighborhood Associations, the SOPOA Board, Management Company and other Committees. If your neighborhood does not have a representative listed, please contact the Management Company at 19210 Huebner Road, Ste 100, or call 210-490-9481 for further information.

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Tree Relocation Project in Stone Oak

Mulch is the Answer to Healthier Plants

As initial work began on North Central Baptist Hospital’s expansion of a new orthopedic wing, planners noted several trees would be lost in the construction. As a result, the hospital offered to Stone Oak POA the opportunity to access these trees and determine if they could survive being transplanted to another location within Stone Oak. With consultation and assistance from Oak Island Gardens, our Aesthetics Committee was able to coordinate the successful relocation of 9 trees.

There are two times a year we urge homeowners to add mulch to beds and trees — May and September. You can always add mulch to the landscape, but adding it during these months maximizes the benefits.

This was a large scale project that contributes to Stone Oak’s continued conservation efforts, and adds beauty to our community that will last for years to come. Locations were carefully determined based on tree size, soil, and area. You will see these trees planted on various medians on Stone Oak Parkway from the Canyon Ridge Elementary area, up to 281. Thank you to Don Ryden and Mike King of North Central Baptist Hospital, Scott Lambaria and the rest of his Oak Island Gardens team, Certified Master Naturalist John Kiser, Certified Arborist Todd Miller, Barron Morris and his ISS Grounds Control team, as well as our very own Management Company of Stone Oak maintenance staff. Everyone’s efforts made this a combined success.

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Mulch can be organic or inorganic. Organic mulch includes woodchips, pine bark, pecan shells and leaves, i.e. anything with carbon. Inorganic includes decomposed granite, rocks of all sizes and black plastic. The main benefits for both are reduced soil moisture loss, reduced plant competition and reduced soil temperature. Because organic mulches have the added benefits of increasing water-holding capacity, water infiltration, macro and microorganism interaction, and soil structure, we encourage the use of organic rather than inorganic mulches. Regardless of choice though, late spring and early fall are excellent times to replenish mulch. South Texas is generally still hot and dry in September so we need options to reduce water loss and encourage root growth, which assists plants with their drought tolerance and nutrient absorption. Mulch fulfills these needs wonderfully. Even very small amounts, one inch or so, of woodchips or decomposed granite significantly reduce soil temperatures. This limits moisture loss and encourages root growth. If you want heathier plants throughout the fall, winter and spring then mulch! How about the idea of heathier plants throughout the summer with minimal irrigation? Mulch is the answer. Garden experts stress three things for the landscape: compost, compost and compost. Let me add and double down: mulch, mulch and mulch over that compost. Teaser: South Texas is generally still hot and dry in September so we need options to reduce water loss and encourage root growth. Mulch fulfills these needs wonderfully.

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Fall Coupon: It’s All About the Trees By Vickie Castilleja, SAWS

We’ve all heard the saying “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” Well, this fall it kind of does. The fall cycle of the WaterSaver Landscape Coupon will begin Sept. 1, and this season it’s all about trees. Also debuting Sept. 1, is the fall edition of the Patioscape Coupon. So, if your landscape could use trees and a new patio, you may want to pair both coupons to create a rejuvenated outdoor environment. Why trees for the fall offering? Fall is the perfect time to plant them. The mild soil and air temperatures provide excellent conditions for the root systems to begin to grow. Typically mild South Texas winters mean the roots will continue to become established throughout the dormant winter months allowing the young trees to be ready for the hot summer months to come. By focusing on small trees, we found we needed to reconsider the structure of the coupon program. The fall coupon will require the purchase of seven plants total, at least two of which must be small trees from the approved list. The remaining five plants can be any combination of trees or

shrubs from the list. Participating customers for either program are required to remove at least 200 square feet of grass and any existing irrigation in the area to create one new contiguous bed or patio. Plants purchased with the Landscape Coupon may not be used in existing beds. For the Patioscape Coupon, participants must purchase a minimum of 160 square feet of the feature item (pavers, flagstones or stepping stones) for the new 200-square-foot patio. Customers with an irrigation system must call 704-SAVE (704-7283) to schedule a free irrigation checkup upon applying for the coupon. The SAWS WaterSaver coupons are a great way to help reduce the cost of making changes to your landscape — and fall is the perfect time to get back outside after a long hot summer! Teaser: Fall is the perfect time to plant trees. And while it doesn’t feel quite like fall yet, we’re ushering it in with a new fall coupon program. Starting Sept. 1 it’s all about trees!

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Stone Oak POA Community Calendar ** Please note – always check our website at www.StoneOakPOA.com for the most recent up-to-date information ** (We try to provide the most accurate information possible, but encourage you to confirm details with event sponsor)

Octob er

October 1 ▪▪ NEISD 2015 Bond Presentation; 7PM Roosevelt High School

October 23 ▪▪ Bush MS Band Spaghetti Dinner; call Bush MS for more info

October 3 ▪▪ The Summit Subdivision (on Hardy Oak) Neighborhood Garage Sale ▪▪ Reagan HS Cheer Clinic for grades K-8; contact Reagan HS for more info ▪▪ Stone Mountain Community Garage Sale

October 24 ▪▪ Reagan HS Diamondbacker 17th Annual Sports Gala; contact Reagan HS for more info

October 7 ▪▪ NEISD 2015 Bond Presentation; 7PM Churchill High School

October 28 ▪▪ District 9 Neighborhood Alliance Meeting; see our website for more info www.stoneoakpoa.com

October 8 ▪▪ NEISD 2015 Bond Presentation; 7PM Johnson High School

October 30 ▪▪ Bush MS – Bulldog Festival 5:00PM; call Bush MS for more info ▪▪ Lopez MS – Pantherama and School Social 5:00PM; call Lopez MS for more info

October 12 ▪▪ Columbus Day – NO SCHOOL NEISD October 17 ▪▪ Stone Oak POA Arbor Day Event – FREE TREES; 9AM until the trees are gone ▪▪ Paint the Parkway Pink Breast Cancer Awareness 5K Run; www.painttheparkwaypink.com October 19 ▪▪ Early voting begins thru October 30 October 20 ▪▪ Reagan HS Fall Orchestra Concert 7:00PM

October 26 ▪▪ 6:30pm Lopez Middle School Fall Orchestra Concert

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x x

Stone Mountain x

x

x

x

Los Lomas x

Springs at Stone Oak

x

Stone Mountain

Available for others nearby also

CPR Certified

The Highlands

x

x

x

x

The Highlands

x

x

Mesa Grande

x

x

Oaks of Sonterra

x

x

Stone Mountain

CPR/First Aid Certified, love children, Lowest rates, Responsible.

I love kids and have lots of experience with different ages starting with newborns.

Zachary Rockhold

14

497-3133

x

x

x

Las Lomas

Math and science tutoring

Kayla McConnell

17

215-1042

x

x

x

Oaks at Sonterra

CPR and First Aid Certified. Available to any Stone Oak location.

Lindsey Howerton

13

620-8765

x

x

Canyon Springs

A honer roll and GT student able to tutor (all subjects) 2nd grade thru 5th grade.

x

x

Mesa Verde

CPR certified

Mt. Arrowhead

CPR and First Aid Certified. Love kids!!! Available for nearby neighborhoods also.

Village on the Glen

2 yrs experience in babysitting. Geat with baby’s and smaller kids, and can help with homework.

Midlands at Sonterra

Tutoring English and Spanish, grades 1-8

Las Lomas

Also teaches guitar lessons, great with all ages!

Travis Kanda

14

416-0671

x

Raegan Milligan

17

722-1156

x

Alicia Morales

14

852-3271

x

x

Evianne Rodriguez

18

606-8399

x

x

Ethan Gifford

17

481-0479

x

Sofia Fortuno

13

838-4064 858-9027

x

x

x

Champion Springs

Tutoring, great with children, CPR certified, trained in First Aid and child care

Kyla Howard

17

817-505-9393

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Also available for nearby neighborhoods. Love all pets. Also available as a Biology tutor.

Kadey Howard

13

817-689-9593

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Love kids and pets. Very responsible. Straight A’s; Won numerous school leadership awards.

Sydney Wick

17

800-4481

x

Knight’s Cross

CPR & first aid certified. 2 yrs exp. Great with young children.

Sloane Wick

14

800-4481

x

Knight’s Cross

CPR & first aid certified. Great with young children.

x

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Age

Phone

Babysit

Lawn Care

Petsit/ Walk

House/ Plant Care

x

x

Ross McRae

14

757-642-3718

Brandon Burleson

18

542-3047

Parisa Sharif

17

838-3942

x

x

Elizabeth Koroscik

15

497-4711

x

Katherine Schmoldt

14

369-4253

Ally DeLeon

14

Valeria Sandoval

Subdivision

Other

Las Lomas Oaks of Sonterra

I am experienced in lawn care. I’ve been doing it for about 6 yrs for my family. I will get the job done fast and right.

Champion Springs

CPR and first aid certified. K-8th tutor available anywhere in Stone Oak.

x

Champions Ridge

CPR Certified, responsible and love to help with homework. I also love kids!

x

x

Canyon Rim

Loves kids and pets. 6 year Girl Scout. Red Cross Babysitter Class.

779-2966

x

x

x

Oaks of Sonterra

18

719-440-6936

x

x

x

Villas at Sonterra

Bilingual, flexible hours, great with kids of all ages and able to help with homework or sports, love animals, very responsible!

Claudia Bradley

16

255-8997

x

The Mesas

The best babysitter north of the Equator! American Red Cross Certified

Octavio Viramontes

14

tavoviramontes@ gmail.com

x

Socoma

Piano lessons for basics and the Spanish for for all ages

Madison Marshall

13

215-9555 481-2566

x

Mt. Arrowhead

CPR Certified, excellent with children and pets. A Honor Roll and GT student is able to tutor elementary school students. All star cheer leader loves to help children with tumble and cheer skills.

Vincent Sivers

16

210-481-5000 H 501-240-3441 C

Las Lomas

Computer building/repair, fault diagnostics and easy to understand advice. Upgrades and backups.

Jada Ebong

17

286-1659

Anastasia Hejduk

15

858-8103 H 803-9503 C

x

x

Cameron Hejduk

13

858-8103 H 712-0906 C

x

Amber Blaskowsky

14

589-4962

Summer Spindler

14

Andrea Diaz

x x

x

x

x

x

x

Knights Cross

Loves animals.

x

Breezes at Sonterra

Homeschooled so they are available during school hours.

x

x

Breezes at Sonterra

Homeschooled so they are available during school hours.

x

x

x

Promontory Point

407-495-8134

x

x

x

Mt. Arrowhead

CPR + choking-rescue trained (dogs too), loves kids! Loves all pets, and can walk pets up to 5 miles twice a day.

19

446-5799

x

x

x

La Fontana

Majoring in Early Childhood Studies, bilingual, experienced in babysitting.

Madison Merritt

16

793-0377

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Drives, Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certified, Babysitting Certified, Great with all ages, 6 yrs experience, Girl Scout 12 yrs.

Michael Merritt

14

540-8057

x

x

x

Hills of Sonterra

Red Cross and First Aid Certified, Love Kids (prefers ages 5 and up).

Abrar Mamun

13

481-3919

x

x

Village on the Glen

CPR certified. Tutors math for grades 1-5. Experienced with special needs children. Newborn & infants. CPR certified. Drives.

Paige Richmond

17

859-5834

x

x

x

Saddle Mountain

Aubrey Evans

13

314-2589

x

x

x

Toscana at Sonterra

Great with kids and loves animals.

Mesa Grande/Mesa Verde

Loves animals and kids! Available for jobs in nearby neighborhoods. Very responsible.

Grace Guarnery

12

224-243-1191

x

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Reagan High School Principal: Brenda Shelton 210-356-1800 19000 Ronald Reagan San Antonio, TX 78258

Lopez Middle School Principal: Barry Lanford 210-356-5000 23103 Hardy Oak Boulevard San Antonio, TX 78258

Johnson High School Principal: John Mehlbrech 210-356-0400 23203 Bulverde Rd San Antonio, TX 78258

Hardy Oak Elementary School Principal: Lola Folkes 210-407-3600 22900 Hardy Oak Blvd. San Antonio, TX 78258

Bush Middle School Principal: Gary Comalander 210-356-2900 1500 Evans Rd. San Antonio, TX 78258

Stone Oak Elementary School Principal: Elisabeth Krimbill 210-407-7800 21045 Crescent Oaks San Antonio, TX 78258

Tejeda Middle School Principal: John Bojescul 210-356-5600 2909 Evans Road San Antonio, TX 78258

Canyon Ridge Elementary Principal: Laura Huggins 210-407-1600 20522 Stone Oak Parkway San Antonio, TX  78258

Wilderness Oak Elementary School Principal: Stacia FitzSimon 210-407-9200 21019 Wilderness Oak San Antonio, Texas  78258 Las Lomas Elementary School Principal: Alan Rochkus 210-356-7000 20303 Hardy Oak Blvd. San Antonio, Tx 78258 Vineyard Ranch Elementary School Principal: Tammy VanCleave 210-356-7200 16818 Huebner Rd. San Antonio, TX 78258

Why Pay More? ... I will sell your home for only 5% about me: • I have sold over 1200 homes in my 21 year career ... 22 homes over $800,000. • recipient of many real estate achievement awards. • current resident of Stone Oak and native San Antonian. • hablo Español. my commitment to you: • I will have your home professionally photographed. • I will help you stage your home ... making your home more appealing, therefore bringing a higher sales price and selling it faster. • I will never hand you over to someone else. You will always deal directly with me. • I will guide you through the entire process and always work in your best interest. “Please call me for a free consultation”

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For Lease: Mediterranean home in gated neighborhood of La Cierra at Sonterra. 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath, 2.5 Car Garage located in a cul-de-sac. 3200 square feet. Walk or drive your cart to Sonterra Clubhouse. Spacious open plan with high ceilings, Island Kitchen w Granite is open to Great Room w surround sound, Stone fireplace, Wood Floors in Formal Dining, Formal Living Room or Game Room. Large Master Suite with granite counters, double vanities, Secondary bedrooms upstairs. Plantation Shutters throughout home. Large Patio. $3,195 monthly with $3,000 Security Deposit. HOA dues and trash service included. 210-952-7235 8/15

has an earth tank, old well, metal shed, concrete trough & electric pole. Nice square tract of land that is accessed off a 60ft deeded easement that is part of the acreage. This land is covered in thick, native brush including Mesquite, Black Brush, White Brush, Guajillo, Persimmon, Wild Plum & much more Wildlife includes Whitetail deer, Ferrel Hogs, Quail, Turkey and Dove $124,900 Call or text Will at 210-667-5263 8/15

For Sale: Weight Set--240 lbs of plates plus bar and bench. $250. 210-355-0995 8/15

For Sale: Boessling 7 Foot Custom Pool Table. 3/4 Inch Slate, leather cover, like new. Sold new for $2300. Will sale for $1000. Need room. Call Rod and I’ll text pictures. 210-722-2105 9/15

For Sale: 36.442 acre tract in Jim Wells county. This tract is

For Sale: 2005 Toyota Camry XLE 4 door sedan. 38,600 miles. Desert dune / power sun roof / leather seats. $9,500.00 Call (210) 844-3801 8/15

Help Wanted: I am looking for a nanny/sitter for my special needs daughter. She needs to be picked up from school every other week. Will pay $10/hr. Please call 210-248-4570. 9/15 Moving Sale: Almost new Olhausen 8 foot traditional pool table with marine blue felt and leather pockets purchased in 2013 for 3K. Included: Pool cues and stand, overhead pool light and cover. $1,500. Call 210-259-8240. 9/15 For Sale: Ford F-Series Truck Towing Mirrors. CIPA F-150 Custom Towing Mirrors-Slide On/Lock down-Driver Side and Passenger Side; fits 2004 through 2014 F-150s and F-250s Light Duty and XLTs. Unsure if they fit similar 2015 models; can come and try. All parts included, perfect condition, still have boxes. Bought new for $88. Sell for $55. Ask for David, 210-497-5238. 9/15 For Sale: Golf -- Like New, Adams Complete Golf Set, $325 -Like New, Tour Edge Complete Set, $219 -- Like New, Taylormade

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SLDR Driver, $99 -- Great Condition, Callaway X-22 AW, SW & LW Wedges, $199 -- Great Condition, Titleist SM4 AW, SW & LW Wedges, $189 -- Great Condition, Taylormade Rocketbladez Irons, 5 iron thru AW, 7 Clubs, Regular Steel Shafts, $195 -- Like New, Taylormade Jetspeed 3, 4 & 5 Hybrids, Stiff Shafts, $165 -- Like New, Taylormde SLDR 3 Wood, 15* Stiff, $89 -- Like New, Left-handed Taylormade SLDR Driver, $99 -- Left-handed, Taylormade Tour Preferred PW, AW & SW Wedges, Graphite Stiff Shafts, $89 -- Call George, 210.225.1900 9/15 For Sale: Queen Comforter set (Tommy Hilfiger) for $35. The comforter is solid red. The dust ruffle is striped with blue and ivory. Two pillow shams have red and ivory toile. 210-270-9359 (day) and 210-884-1480 (evening). 9/15 For Sale: ANTIQUE white iron and brass queen size bed frame. Very good condition and very pretty. $300.00. 210-497-5932. 9/15 For Sale: XS1 Elliptical by BH Fitness. Like new! Top rated by Consumer Reports. $750. 210-481-1295 9/15

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Oaks Are Still The Best By Mark A. Peterson

Before I moved to San Antonio 31 years ago as the regional community forester for the Texas Forest Service, now Texas A&M Forest Service, I reviewed all my literature on forest communities in this part of Texas. Do you know what I found in my books and school notes? This part of Texas is dominated by oak forest associations, many of which stretch from Northeast Texas to the Pacific coast. If nature tells you the best tree species to grow in your area is oak, then you better well grow oak. Of course, having said this, we know about the dangers of oak wilt, Ceratocystis fagacearum, which has killed hundreds of thousands of oaks over the past 50 years. Certain areas of the original Oak Wilt Triangle – BanderaKerrville-Comfort – have lost over 50% of the forest canopy. On the other hand, I have never lost sleep over oak wilt because it is so easy to prevent – never prune in the spring or fall and always paint cuts – and so many of the infection centers were man-made. Education can and has greatly reduced the spread of the disease. But the very best way to limit oak wilt and yet continue planting the best species for the region is to diversify, or what foresters and wildlife biologists always chant, “Diversity breeds Stability”. All oaks belong to three sub-families – Red, White, and the Live or Willow. Members of the Red Oak sub-family are the most susceptible to oak wilt. These include Texas red oak, blackjack oak, Shumard oak, and water oak. Members of the White Oak sub-family are the most resistant to oak wilt. These include bur, post, chinkapin, Lacey’s, shin, and Monterrey. Members of the Willow Oak family – live (escarpment and coastal), willow, and pin – fall somewhere in-between. I could on and on about the benefits of each species but you will just have to go to our website, www.gardenstylesanantonio.com , to learn more about each species. Finally, let me give all of you some landscape and design tips. In areas of thin soil, Texas red, chinkapin, Lacey’s, and shin oak are your best choices. In deep loam and clay soils, bur oak is definitely the primo species. For the opposite spectrum, in sandy soils, post oak and blackjack are the choices. Monterrey and live oaks can be grown anywhere. Always be careful of Shumard oak, though, some individuals may grow here, others may not. My advice – be hesitant and go with Texas red oak. Always let nature be your guide, plant oaks and plant them according to the best location for each species. ©Neighborhood News, Inc. PAGE 17


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Heating & Air Conditioning

535-1515

11

Apple Pest Control

Pest Control

applepestcontrol.com

695-8946

8

Autumn Grove Cottage

Memory Care Facility

20718 Stone Oak Pkwy.

853-5567

14

Bartlett Tree Experts

Tree Service

bartlett.com

655-4670

9

Elite Landscaping

Lawn and Landscape

www.eliteprolawn.com

349-3263

7

Forever Hope Counseling & Educational Services

Therapeutic Counseling

21714 Hardy Oak Blvd. Ste. 104

490-9062

7

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House Cleaning

www.gabcleaning.com

481-0822

9

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Medical Services

22906 US Hwy 281 N. Ste. 108

1-888-906-4148

10

Legacy Group Pat Acquisto

Real Estate

www.teamacquisto.com

414-9605

17

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Family Medicine

19026 Stone Oak Pkwy. Ste. 100

496-2669

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Lawn and Landscape

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481-2399

13

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Bakery

700 E. Sonterra Blvd.

495-2253

6

Orthopedic Performance Institute

Orthopedic Health Care

1139 E. Sonterra Ste. 500

545-7171

14

Porter Loring

Mortuary

2102 N. Loop 1604 E.

495-8221

8

Premier Properties Arnold Rodriguez

Real Estate

279-9500

15

Quality Construction

Construction & Home Improvement

904-6247

11

R&C Landscape, LLC

Landscape & Construction

15761 Tamaron Pass

695-8663

10

Sonterra Dental

Cosmetic & Comprehensive Dentistry

155 E. Sonterra Blvd. Ste. 205

341-3222

3

Stone Oak Dance Academy

Dance School

26108 Overlook Pkwy. #2102

920-1204

13

Texas Air Masters

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693-7651

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