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Ed Dowgwillo

By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews Six Holley by the Sea residents will vie to fill two upcoming vacancies on the HBTS Board of Directors. Andy Deacon, Ed Dowgwillo, Chris Johnson, Dan Ramsey, Beth A. Walter and Dale R. Williams submitted applications by the April 15 deadline. Pete Peterzen, board president, and Brooke Goldberg, board vice-president, will complete their two-year terms this year. A candidate “meet-andgreet” will be held at 6 p.m. May 15 at the HBTS Beach House. A brief summary of each candidate follows:

Chris Johnson

Dan Ramsey

Beth Walter

Dale Williams

ule and it’s time to get off the couch and get involved.” Dowgwillo stated in his biography that he has witnessed the concrete actions of the current board of directors to improve residents’ quality of life and deal with the difficult, enduring issues that have been thorns in the residents’ side for quite some time. “I wish to be a part of that team as it moves forward,”said Dowgwillo. them simpler and easier to read One goal he would like to and take out the legal (jargon) accomplish, if elected, is to that causes people problems,” continue the work on rewritsaid Deacon. “This ing the covenants. is a community. I’m “I think there is one not there for powgoal that probably has er; I’m there for the a lot of different terpeople.” tiary effects on the Deacon said the homeowners, and that main reason he likes is the rewrite of the living in HBTS is covenants to put it in because of the lot a more practical and sizes and the great useful form, (one) community center, that’s more clear.” Dowgwillo since he trains for Dowgwillo served triathlons. as a command pilot in “Since I do triathlons, I can the Air Force and retired after bike and run in the neighbor- 20 years. He currently works hood without fighting the traf- in the commercial aviation and fic on (U.S. Highway) 98,”said defense contracting commuDeacon. nities. Dowgwillo said the main Ed Dowgwillo reason he likes living in Hol“My main reason for run- ley by the Sea is reinforced ning, as indicated in the bio, every time he travels away from is public service has always the area for work or pleasure. been a major staple of my life “My blood pressure really and I moved here in 2005, but goes back down when I come the timing wasn’t conducive here. I love living near the to getting too involved in the coast and the low-key life local community,”said Dowg- style,” said Dowgwillo. willo in an interview. “Since then, it’s changed and I think I can work this into my sched- Board applicants continued on page 2

Board of Directors information

May 14: Present HBTS directors will review and make recommendations at 6 p.m. meeting May 15: Meet and Greet candidates will be held at 6 p.m. at HBTS Beach House June: Ballots will be mailed to homeowners no later than June 6.

versity of Notre Dame, from which he graduated in 2002, according to his submitted biography. “I received two associate degrees, one in criminal justice and one in general studies. I got my bachelor of arts in general studies and I’m currently pursuing a master’s in homeland defense and busiAndy Deacon ness management (from Amer“I’m not active duty, I’m (in ican Military University),”Deathe) reserves, so I will have con wrote in his bio. time,” said Deacon After graduation, he in an interview. was selected for pilot “There are a lot of training and flew the military people here KC-135, and was and I’d like to help selected to help start them out and repa new special operaresent them better.” tions unit at Hurlburt Deacon has lived Field in 2007. in Holley by the Sea “… and (I) have since 2007. been here since flying Deacon served in the U-28, a light-carDeacon the Air Force as an go aircraft.” enlisted member of Deacon has helped the Tactical Air Control Party write and proofread publica(TACP) for five years, after tions for the Air Force and the which time he got out and used unit he helped stand up, and his GI Bill to get his college he would like to take that expeeducation. He also became an rience and apply it to the board. Air Force officer through the “One goal would be to ROTC detachment at the Uni- reduce the covenants – make

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He likes living in HBTS because“It’s warm, I like to go fishing, ride my motorcycle, work on my cars and play a little tennis.”

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rience and get some things done.” Ramsey likes living in HBTS because, “I love the activities I can do, sports, motorcycles, cars, fishing, the water, camping, all the good stuff.”

understanding the needs of the HBTS community. Walter enjoys living in HBTS because it is close to the water where she enjoys kayaking and riding her Sea Doo. She also enjoys riding her motorcycle and completing woodworking, stained glass and fused glass projects.

Chris Johnson “I have attended many board meetings and have always been Dan Ramsey an active voice in the com“After 12 years of living here, munity,” Johnson wrote in his I see that we need to get into Beth Walter bio.“I am a current member of the 21st century. We have no “I’ve always been the kind the HBTS Social Committee, communication with our mem- of person (who believes) you and the HBTS Fishing Club. I bers; we’re outdated in man- shouldn’t be complaining about Dale Williams was an active member of the agement skills and policies, stuff if you’re not willing to fix “The main reason to run is 2005-2008 Beach House Build- and the issue we’re going to it, and one way to fix things in to give back to my communiing Committee, 2006 Recall have to deal with again this Holley by the Sea is to be on ty,” said Dale Williams in an Committee, and 2012 interview. “Even year is there are six the board,” said Beth Concerned Citizens though I’ve only been people running for Walter in an interview. for HBTS.” in Holley by the Sea the board: three have “(So) I thought I’d Johnson has lived a couple of years, experience, three give it a try.” in Holley by the Sea having been around After 26 years in don’t,” said Ramsey since 2001. the world, this is defin an interview.“If the the Air Force, Walter Johnson would like initely the best neighmembers elect (two) moved into HBTS in to serve on the board borhood I’ve ever members who don’t 2005. As a jet engine because,“it’s not perlived in.” have experience, mechanic, she was sonal, I’m just trying Williams wants to we’re looking at selected to join the to get our communimake sure the stananother year of dis- Thunderbirds, the Air Johnson ty communicating; dards are maintained organization and not Force Flight DemonWalter (that) is probably the and improved, and accomplishing any- stration team – akin most important reason,” he thing.” HBTS continues to to the Navy Blue said in an interview. “When Ramsey moved to Holley by Angels – where she complet- be the great community that you go to board meetings, the Sea in 2000. He and his ed a four-year tour. attracted residents in the first nobody on the board wants to wife raised their daughter here, She was also a member of place. listen to the public’s concerns.” according to his The first thing he would take the Air Force softball He thinks it is important to biography. on is ensuring the completion team. bring “our great community” For the last two of the covenants’ rewrite. He has served on and the Board of Directors the Architectural “Work has begun on that years, she has served together through better organ- Control Committee, on the Architectural and I want to ensure that hapization, transparency and lis- the Beach House Control Committee pens,” said Williams. “They tening to the members. and, while not an (covenants) need to keep up and Pool “I’d like to see the budget Dome/Solar comangler, she is a mem- with the times in order to be more transparent so the aver- mittees, and is a ber of the HBTS Fish- an effective instrument to age person can look at it and charter member of ing Club and assists maintain the standard that has tell what’s being spent,” said the HBTS Fishing with many of their kept HBTS the great commuJohnson. “Last year we had Club. nity that it is.” functions. Ramsey $1.2 million carry over in the Williams is retired Air Force She is also on the “I was also a liaichecking account – why do we son for the Fishing covenants working with 23 years of service as a need that (much) carried over?” Club, who was instrumental group. commissioned officer. He Johnson thinks that amount in replacing the boat ramp on Two areas she would work earned a bachelor of arts degree of money should be in an (County Road) 399,” wrote toward improving if she is in political science from Washaccount, such as a savings Ramsey in his bio.“During that elected is better manington State Univeraccount, that isn’t readily acces- time, I was in charge of meet- agement of the facilsity and a master’s in sible to avoid misuse. international relaing with contractors, getting ities and improved “We should limit the board bids and making presentations communication. tions from Salve to six months’ extra money in to the board for approval.” Regina University. “Right now, I think (the) checking account,” he The thing he likes His main goal if he is elect- the communication explained. most about living in ed is to improve communica- is terrible. It’s time to He would also encourage tion between management, get into the electronic HBTS is the friendly, the use of fitness of use ideol- the board of directors and the age,” said Walter. warm atmosphere of ogy with respect to spending homeowners. the community. Another area with and technology ideas to help “We have neigh“We hired a managing com- which Walter is conbring HBTS to the forefront of pany five months ago that cerned deals with the bors that look out for Williams cost-saving, project-tracking, promised all these things with actual board of direceach other and don’t decision-making and com- communication and policies tors. stay behind closed munity communication, and we have yet to see any“The biggest thing is, I wish curtains,”said William.“They’re according to his bio. thing done,” said Ramsey. they would get five people on always willing to say ‘hi’ and His listed general qualifica- “We’re where we were six the board that would talk to wave as they pass by.” tions include excellent man- months ago and that’s unac- each other and agree to disAs a resident of Hidden agement and communications ceptable to me.” agree sometimes, and not Creek, he “values this comskills, and exceptional team Ramsey noted he is familiar argue,”said Walter.“Sometimes munity and those that own leadership ability. with Florida Statute 720 (which I feel like they put up a wall and live here,”according to his Johnson served in the Navy; governs homeowners associ- and don’t want to talk to each biography. he is a senior engineer and ations), Robert’s Rules of Order other.” “I look forward to working computer scientist, and holds and the HBTS covenant and Walter spends numerous for the community and giving Florida Real Estate Broker and by-laws. hours each week working with back to the neighborhood that Community Association Man“I think I can bring some- the ACC and the architectur- I’ve so quickly grown to love,” ager licenses. thing to the table as far as expe- al staff learning, training and said Williams.

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Gotta Dance: Girls dance to success By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSNews.com As Gene Kelly once sang, these girls“Gotta Dance,”and dance they do at the Time to Dance Studio in Navarre. Sophia Villanova, 8; Bella Paone, 10; Karlee Dillard, 14; and Megan Gragg, 15, have a combined 32 years of dancing. “I like to dance because it’s fun,”said Bella, who has been dancing for seven years.“My favorite type of dance is lyrical and jazz.” Bella explained that jazz is “like hip-hop but more technical.” The youngest of the four, Sophia likes to dance because, well…“I don’t know,”she said with a smile. Although she’s been dancing since she was 3 years old, this is her first year competing. “Sometimes I get nervous, like the first time I did my solo (in January). But when I had my trio, (dancing with two other performers)I was not as nervous,” said Sophia, adding“That was fun; I want to do it again.” While not the oldest, Karlee Dillard is the senior dancer of the group with 12 years of dancing under her feet. “It just lets you… if you’re

having a bad day or good day, (you can) show in your dancing how your day went and how you’re feeling (by) how you move,”said Dillard. Although, feeling a certain way is not a prerequisite to performing well. “I had a solo and I got the emotional award but I wasn’t sad,” said Karlee. Megan, who has been dancing for eight years, is at the studio six days a week. “I don’t have time for anything else,”said Megan. “I like it because it’s the only thing I’ve ever done, (it’s) a way to express (myself), and it’s fun.” The girls don’t have to travel far to reach the studio, given they reside in Holley by the Sea. Brie Schell, the studio owner, opened the studio at 7020 Navarre Parkway close to the HBTS subdivision after she outgrew her last location at Navarre United Methodist Church about two years ago. Her studio has grown from

Tiny Miss NYLA; Bella received first-place overall in Junior Solo and won Junior Miss NYLA; Karlee received first place overall in Teen Solo and won Teen Miss NYLA; and Megan received first-place overall in Senior Solo and won Senior Miss NYLA. The studio and its dancers took home many other Bella Paone Sophia Villanova awards that day as well. But the studio is more than a place to dance for the girls; it’s where they get to meet their friends. “If I come to the studio, I get to see friends that I don’t normally see,”said Karlee.“They get my jokes.They know me (better) because at Megan Gragg Karlee Dillard school, I’m quieter and at dance, I’m Submitted photos crazy.” “I like hanging out with 75 dancers 10 years ago to competition hosted by NYLA more than 500 dancers today. (NewYork Los Angeles) held these girls,”said Sophia. Even the parents involve “I (have) always danced – March 9 at Pensacola State my whole life. I started when College.The studio took home themselves in dancing I was 3 (years old),”said Schell. all four titles and crowns for beyond taking the girls to Recently, her studio dancers the second consecutive year. the studio. “My dad picks my songs,” competed against other local Sophia received first-place studios at a regional dance overall in Tiny Solo and won said Bella. “He goes on

Youtube, he hears them on the radio, (or) starts looking up new songs until he finds a good one or I like it.” Karlee added,“Everybody watches Dance Moms and thinks that’s how the studio is, but it’s not. We have dance families, and I’m the big sister of my family. We just take care of each other.” Megan’s mom, Michelle, said she was warned by Megan,“If you ever turn into a dance mom, that’s it.” So far that hasn’t happened and each time she sees Megan perform,“I get a thrill when I watch her dance; win or lose, I’m sitting in the audience with tears running down my face. She wants to pursue it, that’s her dream and I want her to.” The other girls also have aspirations of dancing beyond the studio. “I want to go to (the Juilliard School in NewYork City) and dance in the Disney Parades at Disney World,”said Karlee. “At 16 (years old) I’ll try out for ‘SoYou ThinkYou Can Dance,” a show that features young dancers competing. On any given day, the girls can be found dancing because, well, they just“gotta dance.”


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Variance requests Usage Variance Account #124313: Owner would like fiancé to have access to the recreational facility. If this was renter there would be no questions asked.Vote 4-1 with Pat Traynor against. Account #124712: Renters in a four bedroom house with four children and a mother and father. Six people in a four bedroom house violates the covenants as currently written. There has not been a request from the owner so it was tabled. Account #112403: Renters would like to add a child and the owner did not send authorization – tabled. Account #107612: - 3 bedroom - 1 user - for a roommate. Rental rules allowed - but because homeowner has a tenant has to request a variance. Motion made to allow the roommate. There was discussion from the audience that there needs to be a process to check roommate situations. Motion Passed.

Account #116720: Four bedroom and adult children - daughter and sonin-law have moved in. Under rentals rules would be allowed. Passed 4-1 with Pat Traynor as the dissenting vote. Architectural Variances Homeowner on Crescent spoke regarding the ACC wanting to refer his case to legal for having a motor home on his property with people living in it. Homeowner said that he didn’t know that it was a county violation and a HBTS violation to have someone living in a mobile home on his property and stated that when he found out – it didn’t happen again. He said that he would apply for a parking permit the next time the mobile home is there and no one will live in it. The visitors will stay in a spare bedroom. Homeowner’s on Iris Lane sent to legal because 12 violation letters sent including 4 certified demand letters and none

Account # 119217: Homeowner owes almost $3,000 due to personal hardship. Homeowner agreed to a $300 monthly payment with understanding that if there was another default they would go to small claims. Homeowner understands that the 2014 dues will need to be paid on time. Approved 5-0 A motion was moved for $300 a month -as a condition for not going to small claims. Understanding - if they default - will continue with small claim against them. Account #114823: Homeowner has a balance of more than $900 and has an extreme financial hardship. The homeowner can only pay $25 a month. It was brought up that this was 3 years of payments while collecting 3 years of assessments. Pete Peterzen motioned that they accept the $25 a month payment for six months and reassess the homeowner’s situation at that time. Approved 5-0.

picked up. The violations have been going on since 2008. Hidden Creek Estates ACC Ed Burke spoke to the board asking to be approved to serve on the Hidden Creek Estate ACC. He would take the place of Tom Van Houtte who would now be the alternate. There was discussion about possible hidden agendas due to some email traffic. It was approved 4-1 with Pat Traynor being the dissenting vote. Assessment Variances Account #113112: owes $600 now and didn’t honor the payment plan that was set up. The homeowner wants to continue to pay $150 a month which would take 4 months to pay off. Motion to approve with the stipulation that if the homeowner was not compliant with new payment plan they would immediately go to small claims.

■ Arbor Lane Alcohol Offense: (Except DUI) 04/20/2013 ■ Aurora Street Telephone Calls: Obscene/Harassing 04/01/2013 ■ Bushton Street Battery: Aggravated 04/04/2013

■ East Bay Boulevard Battery 03/25/2013

■ PGA Boulevard Battery 04/05/2013

■ Sherwood Drive Disturbance: Family 04/19/2013

■ East Bay Boulevard Disturbance: Family 04/01/2013

■ Rexford Street Disturbance: Family 04/09/2013

■ Snug Waters Road Disturbance: Family 04/08/2013

■ East Bay Boulevard Telephone Calls: Obscene/Harassing 04/19/2013

■ Sandstone Street Burglary: Residence (incl. motel, temporary rental) 04/02/2013

■ Summit Drive Traffic Offense: Other or Arrest 03/28/2013

■ Hemlock Drive Baker Act 03/30/2013

■ Candlewood Drive Death Investigation 04/08/2013

■ Sherwood Drive Property: Lost/Missing 03/25/2013

■ Iris Lane Disturbance: Family 03/28/2013

■ Coral Street Disturbance: Family 03/31/2013

■ Loop Street Fraud: Computer/Identity 03/26/2013

■ Coral Street Disturbance: Family 04/01/2013

■ Sherwood Drive Injury: Other (Incl. Self-Inflicted) 04/08/2013

■ Seller: Charterbank Buyer: Avant Price Builders Group Address: 7884 Lola Cr. Date: 04-03-13 Price: $39,700

■ Seller: Heriberto Ramirez Buyer: Kenneth D. Olin Address: 2068 Biscayne Blvd. Date: 04-05-13 Price: $103,000

■ Seller: Adams Homes Buyer: William T. McElfresh Address: 6925 Turnberry Cr. Date: 04-04-13 Price: $317,600

■ Seller: Signature Homes Buyer: Adams Homes Address: Date: 03-29-13 Price: $48,000

■ Seller: TP Property Holdings Buyer: Gooden Homes Address: 4400 Bayou Blvd. Date: 04-15-13 Price: $44,000

■ Seller: Derek E. Cox Buyer: National Residential Nominee Services Address: Date: 03-29-13 Price: $132,000

■ Seller: Richard D. Sullivan Buyer: Adam E. Taylor Address: 8900 Bluebonnet Rd. SE Date: 03-28-13 Price: $328,000

■ Seller: Brian E. Velez Buyer: William C. Hall, Jr. Address: 7001 Flintwood St. Date: 03-13-13 Price: $151,000 ■ Seller: Neicko C. Williams Buyer: Michael L. Taylor Address: 7184 Manatee Date: 04-03-13 Price: $237,000

■ Seller: James C. Gathings, III Buyer: Axel J. Cruz Address: 3913 Jakes Aly Date: 04-05-13 Price: $230,000

■ Sunrise Drive Theft: Petit 03/29/2013

■ Seller: Christopher M. Hill Buyer: Bradley M. Atwater Address: 2144 Pepper Dr. Date: 03-28-13 Price: $222,500 ■ Seller: UIL, Ltd. et al Buyer: Nekisha M. Liverpool Address: 1986 Coral St. Date: 04-04-13 Price: $231,005

■ Yorkwood Street Vehicle Theft: Other 04/05/2013

■ Seller: Frank A. Valenski et al Buyer: Edwin R. Goode, III Address: 2064 Aurora Dr. Date: 03-29-13 Price: $250,000

■ Sherwood Drive Disturbance: Family 04/11/2013

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■ Seller: Oasis Properties Buyer: Whitworth Builders Address: Date: 03-25-13 Price: $45,500

■ Seller: Tad Properties Buyer: Avant Price Bldrs. Address: 7884 Lola Cr. Date: 03-28-13 Price: $45,000

Holley by the Sea Incidents March 24, 2013 – April 20, 2013

Holley by the Sea Transactions

■ Seller: Michael D. Meyering Buyer: HLOT Ltd. Address: Date: 04-01-13 Price: $38,000 ■ Seller: William M. Robinson Buyer: John C. Allen Address: 4581 Lovegrass Lane Date: 03-18-13 Price: $17,800

■ Seller: Gooden Homes Buyer: Mark W. Gehringer Address: 2395 Parkridge Dr. Date: 03-27-13 Price: $318,900 ■ Seller: Cathy Shevchuk Buyer: Oasis Properties Address: 105 Auburn Rd. Date: 03-08-13 Price: $35,500 ■ Seller: Fannie Mae Buyer: Allison Watts Address: 2006 Cardinal Lane Date: 01-24-13 Price: $124,500 ■ Seller: Michael D. Paulson Buyer: Michael D. Cronin Address: 8345 Tavira St. Date: 02-15-13 Price: $22,500 ■ Seller: Wayne V. Werth Buyer: Hilary A. Robbins Address: 2383 Crescent Rd. Date: 02-27-13 Price: $289,500 ■ Seller: Ingrid U. Schor Buyer: Robert Kellen Address: 7149 Leisure St. Date: 02-25-13 Price: $215,000 ■ Seller: David L. Brazeau Buyer: US Army Corps of Engineers Address: Date: 02-14-13 Price: $279,649 ■ Seller: Karl H. Tuthill Buyer: Lindsa L. Wenzel Address: 7526 Brevard St. Date: 02-28-13 Price: $235,000 ■ Seller: Nicholas Fisher Buyer: Bank of America Address: Date: 09-28-12 Price: $170,800

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Colorful display of nature By Yvonne C. Harper HBTSnews A vision of a natural backyard eight years ago resulted in an evergreen wall of different plants arranged according to color, with a variety of colorful perennials around the pool. “I had this vision that it would have a natural evergreen wall, so I incorporated crepe myrtles; (I) started with white, to red with the bottle brush, then crepe myrtles that have dark red.Then come the purple or violet, then white, then light pink,” described Art Cadena of 7521 Frankfort St.“I just went by color…(I) wanted to make sure I got different colors going throughout the year.” Art and his wife, Sherry, built their home in the fall of 2005, and Art knew what he wanted for the yard. “I actually had a whole plan because I knew I had to base everything around the pool,”said Art. “I had the sprinkler diagram, the electrical diagram and the drainage diagram – I was thinking longterm…I just had everything drawn.” Deciding which plants to put in weren’t a difficult task for Art, as he chose colorful plants and trees that would withstand the winds and heat. “You know, I asked a couple of people because I was considering having people do it, and then they told me

how much it was going to cost…my brother was coming down and I knew he had all the tools. I started making my own designs – I knew you don’t just put in two palm trees, (they) have to be in odd numbers (because) it just looks better,” said Art.“I just wanted to mix it up – I looked at things that I saw and I know these (plants) handle well.” Art chose Sylvestris and Washingtonia palms for the back yard, and sable and sago palms for the front – all in groups of three to five. Crepe myrtles, bottle brushes and podocarpus are planted between the palms in the back – creating the envisioned natural wall. “I like the privacy of the yard – it���s peaceful, really

quiet,”said Art. Art, though, wasn’t able to identify the plants around the pool. “I’m terrible,” said Art with a laugh.“I should know all this stuff.” He didn’t set out to select specific plants, just perennials that would provide color and withstand the full sun. The patio that extends to the pool is covered with a pergola that has a confederate jasmine reaching its branches through the beams, creating a natural covering. “This thing grows like crazy,”said Art of the jasmine.“I just treat it like a hedge and chop it – there’s

Art Cadena enjoys the beauty of the yard that he created.

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TThe patio that leads to the pool, surrounded by plants handpicked by Art for their heartiness and color. no hurting this thing. It’s really pretty, but when the flowers drop, they just drop on the patio.” To reduce the blanketing of flowers on the patio, Art keeps his blower out and each afternoon he clears the patio of the fragrant flowers. Aside from the trees that he had professionally planted, he and his wife planted everything in about five days in the summer of 2006. “We had grass, the sprinkler system and all the plants. We got all the plants where we wanted them… we did it probably in about five days,” said Art.“We got them (the plants) small and let time do its work and now they look their best.” His brother helped him

level the yard by putting in a small cement barrier under the fence that is level to his home. The result is a sixfoot fence that appears taller – and a level back yard. “Every tool from the Tool Shack you could rent, we probably rented and I used every tool that he had,”said Art. For the homeowner that doesn’t know much but wants better landscaping, Art recommends keeping it simple. “First of all, get something that can handle the winds around here; groups of three (for trees), but don’t make it so symmetrical – make it look natural,” said Art.“And don’t put in too much. A lot of people have a tendency to add too much

(to the front) and before you know it, it takes over.” His yard appeals to many people and he has had several stop by to ask about his yard and the process he went through to get it to its present point. As much as he loves his yard and home though, in about five years, he and Sherry will trade sunny Florida for a much-cooler South Dakota where they intend to create a horse ranch and autistic program. But for now, Art can be seen on weekends, tending the yard he designed and handcrafted. “I just take pride in it,”said Art. And that pride is why his yard was selected for May’s Yard of the Month.

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Report ■ Current Social Committee funds as of April 2, 2013 is 965.13 ■ The March 16 Irish Night was well attended; 74 people enjoyed good Irish cuisine and conversation. ■ The annual Easter breakfast on March 23 was again, one of the best events of the year – 128 people had a goof breakfast and egg hunt. The bounce house was occupied until noon. Girl Scout Troop 99 provided the Easter bunny, Kim Smith, with help from Nancy and Kat Barrett. ■ A yard sale was held on April 12. The Girl Scouts helped with parking, advertising and cookie sales. Upcoming Events ■ May 18: Pontoon boat cruise ■ June 15: Father’s Day cook-out ■ June 17: Lunch for HBTS campers ■ July 15: Lunch for HBTS campers ■ July 20: Flick and Float ■ August 12: Lunch for HBTS campers

Architectural News Spring has officially arrived! Now is the time to get out your hoses, rakes, mowers, spreaders and lawn supplements. Walk your yard and inspect the lawn for weak or thick turf, insect damage, disease activity and any other irregularities. Remember to pick up any debris that may have gathered under last season’s leaves; they can harbor disease and pests. A vigorous raking will“wake up”your lawn for the season. Remember to inspect tree branches and prune if necessary. Pruning a tree does not require you to complete and submit an Exterior Home Improvement Application; however, an application is required if you intend to remove the tree. Spring cleaning usually involves the

HBTS Craft Club The Holley by the Sea Craft Club will hold its May meeting from 7 – 8 p.m. on May 9 in the HBTS Recreation Center sunroom. We will set up a schedule for demonstration of various crafts for forthcoming meetings. If you would like to be a presenter, let us know when you would like to make your short presentation at the meeting. Email tadeegan@netscape.com for any questions, or check out Facebook NWF Gettin’Crafty.

purging of your garage. Before placing discarded items at the curb, please call Waste Management to schedule a pick up at 850-623-4302; follow the prompts for customer service/schedule a pick up. Additionally, dumping of trash is rampant within our community; please use the following email address and/or telephone number to report illegal dumping of trash and miscellaneous items that require pick up. Tana Kilpatrick – Tynes Road & Bridge Dept. 6075 Old Bagdad Hwy. Milton, FL 32583 850-981-7149 tanat@santarosa.fl.gov

Youth Department news ■ Before and After School Program: TheYouth Department provides a Before and After School Program for children in kindergarten to fifth 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 theYouth Department. ■ Parents’Night Out: Parents’Night Out is open to all children in kindergarten to fifth grade who members of Holley 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, May 31, 2013. There must be 15 children signed

up by May 24th, or the event will be cancelled. Payment must be made at time of sign up. ■ Fun Factory: Please be sure to call the day of to reserve a slot for your child. Space is limited. Cost is $3 an hour per child. Morning Fun Factory: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., ages 6 months to 5 years old Evening Fun Factory: Monday – Friday, 6 to 8 p.m., ages 6 months – 10 years old Saturday Fun Factory: 8 a.m. – noon, ages 6 months – 10 years old ■ Summer Camp 2013: Information for campers who are HBTS members

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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. 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

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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

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

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

14 10:20 am Yoga 5:50 pm Aerobics 6:00 pm BOD Meeting

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Thank you, Jennie Barrett General Manager

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Thank you, Alison Hunt Youth Director Holley by the Sea 939-3018 x6 youth@holleybythesea.org

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and are children entering kindergarten in 2013-2014 school year or children currently in grades K-5 in 2012-2013 school year only is available. Packets are available at the Front Desk or online at Holleybythesea.org Application deadline for staff positions have closed Youth Department: Closed Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day

During the month of March, we sent out 450 Collection letters and have received back more than $72,000 in past due assessments. Security cameras have been installed at the Barrett Beach House, the maintenance building and the tennis courts. We put in a road to Pavilion 4 near the water. The irrigation over at the ponds has been completed. The pool renovation has begun as well as the replacing the 399 pavilion. The staff went out and removed the old fire pit under the existing pavilion. We installed a new sign near the driveway that lets everyone know where the facilities are located. Pavers around the breezeway and the tennis courts were repaired, as well as some fencing at the beach and the security gate. We have also begun replacing the old plywood floor in the loft of the maintenance building. We installed new eyewash stations in the lifeguard shack, Beach House custodial closet and recreational custodial closet. A defibrillator was installed in the Beach House. Finally, we are continuing to clear the 60,000 square feet of beach area to the west of the walkway down at the beach. n During the month of March, the Architectural department handled 46 new violations and resolved 15 outstanding ones. We had 10 new home starts and finals on 5 more. Also, 15 home improvement applications were submitted and 11 were completed. Our ends of March financials for HBTS are as follows: ■ Cash Account Balances • Operating Account $2,674,825.00 • Reserve Account $402,352.00 • Improvement and Expansion $182,319.00 ■ $144,024.00 uncollected for 2013; 91.3 percent of assessments collected compared to 90.7 percent last year. ■ Operating expenses are 3.67 percent over budget as of March 31, 2013. 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.

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8:30 am Aerobics 8:30 am Cardio 10:30 am Zumba 5:30pm HBTS Fishing Club Last Friday Social 5:30 pm Taekwondo 5-13 6:00pm Fishing Club Friday Sociable 6:30 pm Taekwondo 13-up

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