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Lifestyle of

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January-March 2018 | Vol. 1, Issue 1

Become pain free with this exercise class Resident spotlight on Louise Peace Stay busy with club, city events


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Lifestyle of Comanche Trace The Kerrville Daily Times’ Staff Publisher Neice Bell Managing Editor Lisa Treiber-Walter Special Sections Editor Autumn Bernhard Contributor Jeff Talarico Photography Tom Holden Advertising Jennifer McCullough John Doran Jeff Herring Tom Lanza Luly Miller Composition Dean Heep Johanna Rangel

Contact Comanche Trace: 830-895-8505 Send story ideas to autumn.bernhard@dailytimes.com with “Comanche Trace” in the subject line. Contact The Daily Times: 429 Jefferson St. Kerrville, TX 78028 www.dailytimes.com 830-896-7000

Letter from the President Dear Comanche Trace residents and property owners, On behalf of Comanche Trace and The Kerrville Daily Times, I am excited to introduce you to our new publication, “Lifestyle of Comanche Trace.” The Kerrville Daily Times, working directly with the Home Owners Association of Comanche Trace, will produce this quarterly publication which will be available exclusively to residents and property owners of Comanche Trace. The “Lifestyle of Comanche Trace” publication will contain stories featuring residents and pets in our community, updates on activities, as well as upcoming events. The publication also will include information on various organizations within our community, updates on real estate activity, building progress and community development. The magazine will provide information on current events, organizations, charities and activities in Kerrville and surrounding areas. Comanche Trace residents are very proud of their community. We expect that “Lifestyle of Comanche Trace” will be a high quality-and professionally- produced publication that will bring the stories of our residents and community to life. All the best,

Trevor Hyde President

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Table of Contents

6 A Word from the Board 8 Real Estate Update 10 Building Update 19 Golf Talk

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Feature:

Feldenkrais Method

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Resident Spotlight: Louise Peace

20 Words on Wealth 22 Comanche Trace Views 24 January Calendar 25 February Calendar 26 March Calendar 4

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A word from the board New year, same HOA committment to residents Hello! I’m Randy Spear, your outgoing representative to the Home Owner Association Board of Comanche Trace. I have served the last four years. First, I want to assure you that the HOA is financially very sound. We have operating and capital reserves meeting or exceeding financial guidelines set out by our auditor and maintain about $300,000 in cash reserves. The board has approved the budget for 2018, which continues or renews the operating agreements between the HOA and the Comanche Trace Club. This covers all operations of the HOA. Our budget provides for funding the HOA operating expenses and keeps to the capital reserve funding consistent with the reserve study recommendations. The second phase of a financial review is the use of our funds. Over the last four years, we have spent about $150,000 for new HOA capital additions. These include: • new flag poles and lights, • new front entrance street lights, • front entrance tree lighting, • engineering study of the front irrigation system, • implementation of Phase 1 of the study — replace the 6 inch line, and • other smaller landscaping and beautification projects. It is my pleasure to inform you that at the board meeting on Dec. 5, the membership elected Mike Sigerman as its new representative to the board. Mike will serve a two-year term beginning Jan. 1, 2018. Mike said at the annual meeting, he wanted to continue the good communication between the property owners and the board, as well as work with Trevor, board president, on upcoming HOA projects. In the future, the board wants to continue to improve the service to our members and the overall appearance of our community, supporting the lifestyle the HOA members have come to enjoy at Comanche Trace. It has been an honor to represent you on the board. Randy Spear

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Looking forward to a great 2018 Comanche Trace homes, lots continue to thrive For CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty, 2017 has been a record-breaking year with more than $100 million in sales — nearly twice the number of any other brokerage in the area and 30 percent more than its own sales of 2016 — and they anticipate 2018 to be an even better year. According to Toni Manchester, Owner/ Broker, Comanche Trace sales surpassed sales for the last 10 years in lots and homes.

is about 60 and homes under $800,000 average 90. Comanche Trace homes sell two to four times faster than the Kerrville market at large. Due to the high demand, Comanche Trace has opened a new phase — Comanche Hills (Phase 13). With one of the premier locations in Comanche Trace, it offers great views and excellent golf course accessibility. This area includes single-family, on-golf lots, garden patio lots and a new section of golf villas. More “Comanche Trace is thriving, people come than half of the garden patio home sites were from all over the United States, and all over reserved before breaking ground and are now the world, to enjoy the Hill Country lifestyle, in contract. weather and amenities that Comanche Trace affords,” said Ms. Manchester. Comanche Hills has a substantial completion Manchester date of March 30, 2018. Beginning in April, Due to the high demand for Comanche Texas Living Homes — the designated builder Trace, there are currently very few resale for the garden patio homes — will begin construction homes on the market. Currently, the average number on a model home, as well as homes for those who have of days on the market for properties below $500,000

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purchased garden patio lots. In addition to Comanche Hills, there remain select lots on and off golf throughout the development—both single family and estate. Driving through Comanche Trace you will see plenty of construction underway. Charmant Homes, owner Cristina Holcomb, is building on Pinnacle Club Drive, the Les Chateau section, where she has sold one before it was finished and is currently building two more. Texas Living Homes is nearing completion of a spec home on Cielo Drive that is now under contract. Brad Moore Builders, BCI Custom Homes, Texellence and Arthur Schmidt Construction are also building

in anticipation of the 2018 Comanche Trace Tour of Homes, Sept. 28-30 and Oct. 5-7. In addition to Toni Manchester, there are four dedicated Comanche Trace sales agents, including Stacy Stavinoha, Amber Carpenter, Richard Peace and Jennifer Wise. You will find an agent on duty Monday through Saturday at the CENTURY 21 sales office within the Welcome Center of Comanche Trace. “They carefully listen to the needs of both buyers and sellers and have a thorough understanding of Comanche Trace,” Ms. Manchester said. For more information on Comanche Trace real estate, contact Manchester, Broker, at 928-2153, or the sales office at 895-8505.

Spotlight houses on the market 3705 Club View Court

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Working from the ground up

Builders continue to stay busy in new year

By Trevor Hyde 2017 was another remarkable year for Comanche Trace. We have experienced tremendous growth over the past four to five years and are poised for another exceptional year in 2018. The average number of home starts per year is approximately 25, and we expect 40 to 50 starts in 2018. Our newest phase, Comanche Hills (Phase 13), will

drive some of that growth, as well as our 2018 Tour of Homes, scheduled for Sept. 28-30 and Oct. 5-7 this year. We are pleased to see continued growth and diversification with homes featuring a variety of architectural styles, square footages and price points. We look forward to seeing even greater growth in the future.

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Louise Peace


“Life is 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you handle it.” - Charles R. Swindoll

Q: How long have you lived in Comanche Trace and why did you decide to move here? A: I have lived here for 10 years and moved here for the golf and to be closer to my grandkids.

Q: If you didn’t have to sleep, what would you do with the extra time?

A: Read and binge watch trash TV.

Q: What do you like best about living in Comanche Q: What’s the best way to start the day? Trace? A: There are so many social activities that you can be A: Sleeping late. I’m not an early riser. as active or as lazy as you want to be.

Q: What is your favorite thing to do in Kerrville or Kerr County? A: Day trips in the Hill Country.

Q: What are three interesting facts about you? A: I married my high school sweetheart at age 18, and he is still putting up with me 52 years later. We were married 11 years before we had children — it was a good move.

Q: What hobbies or activities do you like to do in your free time? Q: What age do you wish you could permanently be A: I love to read historical fiction and mystery and why? thrillers. A: Age has never been a big deal for me. During your 50s and older, life gets better. You know who you Q: Where do you work? are and accept yourself — warts and all — yet you never stop learning new things. A: I love working on-call for Comanche Trace as the weekend receptionist for CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty. I retired from Shell Oil Company after Q: What’s the best single day on the calendar and working 27 years in geophysics. Shell was an awesome company; I loved them and they loved me.

Q: Where did you grow up? A: I grew up in Gulf Shores, Alabama — roll tide — and New Orleans, Louisiana.

Q: What’s your favorite memory? A: When we retired, we took a month and traveled

the United States with our two children and had so much fun.

Q: What are some small things that make your day better? A: Sleeping late, walking the trails and talking to my children.

why?

A: Dec. 24, my birthday. When I was younger, I hated it so close to Christmas, now I love it. It’s another reason to drink wine and celebrate!

Q: Where is the most interesting place you’ve visited? A: Glacier National Park in Montana. It’s so beautiful.

Q: What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever recieved? A: From my mother: One day your life will flash before your eyes, make sure it’s worth watching.

Q: What is the biggest lesson you have learned? A: Learn to pick your battles. Lifestyle of Comanche Trace

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No pain, all gain Retrain your brain to new patterns with fitness class Looking for a spring in your step, more flexibility or better posture? Feeling sluggish? Do you feel stiff when your feet hit the floor in the morning? If the answer is “yes� to any of the above, listen up: help is closer and much easier than you think. Recognized throughout the world, movement classes based on the Feldenkrais method have become increasingly popular to people in all walks of life. Sitting at computers, driving and maintaining busy schedules all promote skeletal and muscular habits, which limit movement patterns and become increasingly detrimental to overall well-being and function over time. Feldenkrais movement classes are uniquely designed to reverse the effects of those habits. Participants experience a vast number of life-enhancing benefits, which often become evident during or immediately following a class. While lying on comfortable mats, participants are guided through a series of gentle, non-aerobic and non-impact movements. The movement sequences are easy and bring increased awareness and involvement of the whole self, emphasizing skeletal function. Most importantly, the process retrains the brain, creating new neural pathways to re-establish dormant movement patterns. Typically, the average adult only uses about 30 percent of the movement patterns they used as a child. Movement classes based on

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Comanche Trace residents during a Feldenkrais method class taught by Donna Wilems.


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this method are designed to help people discover new movement patterns or rediscover former movement patterns. The method is not “new age.” After many years of suffering following a knee injury in 1929, Dr. Moshe Feldenkrais — a physicist, mechanical engineer and martial arts expert — used his knowledge to avoid surgery and taught himself to walk again without pain. From there, he designed and developed the method and began sharing it around the world. The method’s unique approach to fitness through slow, small, intentional movements put it in a lane of its own. The method emphasizes that less is more and that reducing effort instead of increasing it produces more benefits. At first glance, it might be hard to imagine that this approach can bring such dramatic and potent benefits. In many cases, it only takes one class to believe that Dr. Feldenkrais was on to something. The best news of all is that all fitness levels can benefit from the method. If you think you’re not very fit and aren’t a gym person, think again because you can do this. If you are an accomplished Right: Donna Wilems teaches her Feldenkrais method class at 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays in the ladies locker room. Below: The Feldenkrais method uses slow, intentional movements to improve a number of benefits.

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The Feldenkris method includes a series of gentle, non-aerobic and non-impact movements.

athlete, come and be amazed at what more you can do through her years of teaching. Many other students after a lesson. acknowledged numerous benefits received from attending classes, including being amazed at abilities The class is taught by Donna Wilems, a Comanche they thought were not possible, better sleep, walking Trace resident. into class with pain and walking out without it, not “Feedback from my students has always been the being tired after sitting at a computer all day at work, major motivation for me to continue to share this relief of spasms or numbness, and the list goes on. extraordinary method,” In a time when we Wilems said. “I had a have been programmed couple in their 80s in one for a “no pain, no gain” of my Houston classes, approach to almost who had loved to country Since 2006, Donna Wilems has everything we do, this been a teacher of the Feldenkrais western dance and hadn’t is a very refreshing and method, after completing more than danced in 30 years. I had remarkably effective 800 hours of training and spending no idea about this until respite. two months a year for four years they came to class one day in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She is and excitedly told me that No pain, all gain best certified through the Feldenkrais they had gone with a group describes the Feldenkrais Guild of North America. Learn more to a dance. Once again, approach. During a class, at feldenkrais.com. they were two stepping you will move slowly, gently, and twirling at a rapid within your own capability pace. and will not sweat. No sweating? It’s true. “They were attributing their achievement to attending our weekly Feldenkrais class and were giddy with You will be refreshed and amazed as you move excitement and overcome with joy,” she said “They toward better posture; improved flexibility, mobility and were already regulars of our movement class and balance; pain relief; and enhanced ability in sports and became regulars at the dances thereafter. If that’s not other fitness activities. motivation for me to teach Feldenkrais, I don’t know Classes are at 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays in the ladies’ what motivation it would take!” locker room. For additional information, contact Donna The couple is just one of many testimonials reported at donna.wilems@gmail.com or 713-252-3730.

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Getting a grip Figuring out when to replace an important piece of equipment It is the time of year when players start to look at their equipment for the upcoming year. We clean out our golf bags to see the state of our clubs, balls, towels and, most importantly, our grips.

when changing your grips, and it is important to select the right grip for yourself.

Recently, I was asked, “How often should players change their grips?”

• fit your grips to your particular hand size,

Depending on how much I play, I like to change my golf grips once or twice every year, usually in the off season.

• achieve the desired feel for your playing preference and climate conditions,

Grips are important, and ensuring your equipment is in top-notch shape will go a long way to improve your overall game. How do you determine if your grips need changing? Some of the tell-tale signs of wear are smooth, hard surfaces; cracks; shiny patches; wear spots, especially where the thumbs make contact; faded or bare spots on grips that have been painted or have logos; and insufficient tack. There are many factors to consider

Golf season is quickly approaching and it is time to prepare to:

• replace your favorite grips that have become worn, • or upgrade to a more premium and longer lasting grip. There are three things to keep in mind when choosing a grip: material, diameter and style. For more information, please do not hesitate to visit with our professional staff at Comanche Trace. Until then hit them straight and not too often!

Meet the new golf pro Mark Côté is the new PGA Head Golf Professional at The Club at Comanche Trace. He has been a golf professional and a Class A member of both the Professional Golfers’ Association of America and the Royal Canadian Golf Association for more than 25 years. During this time, he was the head golf professional at Hawkesbury Golf & Curling Club in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada; director of golf at Club Pelican Bay in Daytona Beach, Florida; director of golf/head golf professional at Eagle’s Bluff Country Club in Bullard, Texas; head golf professional at Wentworth Golf Club in Tarpon Springs, Florida; general manager/director of golf at River Hills Country Club in Corpus Christi, Texas; general manager/director of golf at Lago Vista Golf Club and Highland Lakes Golf Club in Lago Vista, Texas. He has been recognized with multiple awards, including 2008 Golf Professional of the Year from Northern Texas PGA, East Texas Chapter; 2009 Merchandiser of the Year from Northern Texas PGA, East Texas Chapter; and 2015 Golf Professional of the Year from Southern Texas PGA. “I am very committed to the vision and success of Comanche Trace,” he said. “I bring enthusiasm, energy and experience to the total well-being of the golf operations and The Club at Comanche Trace, and the community to continue to make it a first-class experience and destination. “I look forward to getting to know the Comanche Trace members and their guests, the Comanche Trace residents and to maintaining a strong teaching program for all golfers, administering Kid Comanche and other junior golf programs, assisting with the Ladies’ and Men’s Golf Associations, Lady 9ers Golf Group, couples golf, merchandising, as well as charity and corporate golf events,” Côté said.

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Words on wealth

Keeping stock performance in perspective

The stock market has enjoyed an extended period of strong performance that dates back to the end of the last bear market in early 2009. While stock market performance can be measured in a myriad of ways, it’s the Dow Jones Industrial Average that has surpassed several 1,000-point milestones in 2017. The Dow first topped the 20,000 mark on Jan. 25, before passing the 21,000 level just over a month later. Then, in early August, it broke through the 22,000 mark. As August ended, the seemingly smooth sailing market rally hit a few bumps. While no one can predict the future, market strategists and analysts are suggesting that we could see some additional market volatility in the months ahead. So how do investors keep all of this in perspective while trying to manage their portfolios? Below are three points to keep in mind as you follow the stock market.

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1. The real value of each underlying move in the Dow index diminishes as the market rises. While the Dow Jones average is often used to provide a general reading on the state of the market, the index includes the 30 largest company stocks. When the Dow Jones Industrial Average climbs higher, the actual impact of each change in its price is reduced. For example, when the Dow broke through the 2,000 barrier in Jan. 1987, it marked a notable 100 percent increase from the 1,000 level first reached nearly 15 years earlier. By contrast, when the Dow moved 1,000 points to reach 22,000 between March and August of this year, it represented just a 4.5 percent increase. The same perspective applies to day-to-day market moves. The stock market makes headlines when the Dow Jones average moves up or down 100 points in a day. Twenty years ago, when the Dow stood at about


8,000, a 100-point move in the market represented a 1.25 percent change in value. Today, a 100-point move is equivalent to less than a half-percent change. In short, 100 points in the Dow Jones Industrial Average doesn’t mean what it used to. 2. Markets can retreat from record levels. Just as stock markets can rise, history shows they can fall, as well. In the spring of 1999, the index reached the 11,000 mark. It moved higher for a few more months before a severe bear market occurred. The Dow dropped to 7,286 in 2002 before returning to the 11,000 level in 2006. Similarly, the market topped 14,000 in 2007 just before the start of another severe bear market. It fell and did not reach that level again until early 2013.

Stock market swings can act as a reminder to review your financial position, making sure that your asset mix matches your long-term goals. Remember that the most important factors of your investment success are your goals, the time you have to invest, your risk tolerance and your commitment to save. Reacting to the stock market or speculation about events that may happen in the future might make for interesting dinner conversation, but remember that it’s not a proven investing strategy. If you’d like help aligning your financial plan with your feelings on the stock market, consider working with a financial advisor you trust. A financial professional can provide an objective perspective and help you stay focused on your financial goals.

No one can guarantee what will happen to stocks over the next week, month or year. Stock markets are unpredictable in the short-term, as fluctuations are part of the market’s behavior over time. Price swings are a reality for stock investors, but, over time, stocks historically have recovered.

Meet the columnist Jeff Talarico is a financial advisor with Ameriprise Financial and has been in practice for 10 years. He specializes in fee-based financial planning and asset management strategies. To contact him, visit ameripriseadvisors.com/jeff.talarico.

3. Indexes may not be representative of your portfolio. While indexes often generate headlines, their performance may not be an appropriate reflection of your own portfolio. Emotions run high when there are market swings, but don’t let fear get the best of you.

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Comanche Trace views Do you have a photo that captures the beauty of Comanche Trace? We’d love to share it with your fellow neighbors. Please send photos and captions to autumn.bernhard@dailytimes.com with “Comanche Trace” in the subject line. Photos courtesy the Comanche Trace staff.

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January at a glance The club is open New Year’s Day, Jan. 1, closed Jan. 2, open Jan. 15 and closed Jan. 16.

Club at Comanche Trace EVENTS January 5 MGA End of the Year Dinner

January 10 1 p.m. Mah Jongg 5 p.m. Member Appreciation Mixer

January 24 1 p.m. Mah Jongg Practice 6 p.m. Uncorked Wine Dinner

January 20

January 12

10 a.m. MGA

14th Annual Hill Country Cowboy Breakfast

January 26 5 p.m. Member Appreciation Mixer

Club at Comanche Trace W E E K LY E V E N T S Mondays 9 a.m. Yoga Pilates 10 a.m. Pickleball

Thursdays 10 a.m. LGA 6:30 p.m. Pickleball

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Tuesdays

Wednesdays

2 p.m. Bridge Club

8 a.m. Men’s Yoga 9 a.m. Holy Yoga 10:30 a.m. Feldenkrais on the Floor

Fridays

Saturdays

9 a.m. Holy Yoga

10 a.m. Pickleball

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Kerrville EVENTS

6-8 a.m. Kerr County Courthouse, 700 Main St.

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January 14-20 74th Annual Hill Country District Livestock Show Hours vary Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 Highway 27

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January 27-28

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February at a glance The club is closed Feb. 5, Feb. 12, Feb. 20 and Feb. 26.

Club at Comanche Trace EVENTS February 7 5 p.m. Member Appreciation Mixer

February 14 February 17 1 p.m. Mah Jongg Valentine’s Day Dinner

10 a.m. MGA

February 21 February 23 February 28 6 p.m. Trivia Night

4 p.m. Texas 42

10 a.m. MGA 1 p.m. Mah Jongg Practice 6 p.m. Untapped Beer Dinner

Club at Comanche Trace W E E K LY E V E N T S Mondays 9 a.m. Yoga Pilates 9 a.m. Pickleball

Thursdays 10 a.m. LGA 6:30 p.m. Pickleball

Tuesdays

Wednesdays

2 p.m. Bridge Club

8 a.m. Men’s Yoga 9 a.m. Holy Yoga 10:30 a.m. Feldenkrais on the Floor

Fridays

Saturdays

9 a.m. Holy Yoga

10 a.m. Pickleball

Kerrville EVENTS February 2

February 11 February 22 Chocolate Fantasy

1st Friday Wine Share

6-7:30 p.m. Out Back Patio Furnishings, 2104 Memorial Blvd.

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“Old, New, Borrowed, And Blue” Symphony Of The Hills

1-3 p.m. Kerr Arts and Cultural Center,

7:30 p.m. Cailloux Theater,

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March at a glance The club is closed Mondays.

Club at Comanche Trace EVENTS

Club at Comanche Trace W E E K LY E V E N T S

March 4

March 5

March 6

Mondays

Schreiner Practice Round with tee times after noon

Schreiner Spring Classic with 9:30 a.m. shotgun

Schreiner Spring Classic with 8:30 a.m. shotgun

9 a.m. Yoga Pilates

March 14

March 16

March 22

5 p.m. Couples 9 and Dine

5 p.m. Powerball

10 a.m. MGA 1 p.m. Mah Jongg 5 p.m. Member Appreciation Mixer

March 23-24 10 a.m. MGA Member Member Team Championship

9 a.m. Pickleball

Thursdays 10 a.m. LGA 6:30 p.m. Pickleball

March 28

10:30 a.m. Feldenkrais on the Floor

Fridays

Saturdays

9 a.m. Holy Yoga

10 a.m. Pickleball

March 10-11

March 31

1st Friday Wine Share

San Antonio Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show

EasterFest

1726 Sidney Baker St.

830-895-8505 or firstfridaywineshare.com

January-March 2018

2 p.m. Bridge Club

8 a.m. Men’s Yoga 9 a.m. Holy Yoga

March 2

6-7:30 p.m. Comanche Trace Sales Center,

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Wednesdays

Kerrville EVENTS

1 p.m. Mah Jongg Practice 6 p.m. Uncorked Wine Dinner

Tuesdays

9 a.m.-5p.m. Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 Highway 27

210-725-0661 or sanantoniokennelclub.com

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Flatrock Park, 3840 Riverside Dr.

896-1155 or kerrvilletx.com


Your Comanche Trace Sales Team Ready to Serve You Stacy Stavinoha Associate Broker

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Toni Manchester Broker/Owner Amber Carpenter CENTURY 21 The Hills Realty

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Jennifer Wise

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Pictured left to right: Richard Peace, Stacy Stavinhoha, Toni Manchester, Amber Carpenter, Jennifer Wise, Lynn Lee

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COMANCHE HILLS AT

Nestle your dream home among the beautiful oak trees of Comanche Hills, Comanche Trace’s highly anticipated new phase. Watch the Black Buck Antelope and White Tail Deer wander through the area and listen to the numerous birds as you enjoy the weather and beauty of the Texas Hill Country. Comanche Hills offers 3 premium build sites–Garden Patio Homes built by Texas Living Homes, Single Family home sites, and Golf Villas.

New Construction in Comanche Trace

3937 Oak Park 2,812 Sq. Ft. 3 Bed/ 3.5 Bath

3132 Pinnacle Club 2,279 Sq. Ft. 3 Bed/ 3 Bath

4023 Comanche Trace Dr. 3,004 Sq. Ft. 3 Bed/ 3 Bath

1013 Cielo Dr. 2,488 Sq. Ft. 3 Bed/ 3 Bath

For pricing and floorplans call 830.895.8505

2009 Toscano Way 2,416 Sq. Ft. 3 Bed/ 3 Bath

1008 Pinnacle View Dr. 2,766 Sq. Ft. 3 Bed/ 3 Bath

2801 Comanche Trace Drive Kerrville, TX 78028 | 830.895.8505 | www.comanchetrace.com

Lifestyle of Comanche Trace - January - March 2018  
Lifestyle of Comanche Trace - January - March 2018