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Lakewood Grove

August 2011

Volume 5, Issue 8

Official Publication of the Lakewood Grove Homeowners Association

CONGRATULATIONS! Adrian Austin is a Junior at Tomball HS and also a resident of Lakewood Grove. Adrian is the son of Amy & Andre Austin.  He was recently awarded 1st place at the final meet of the season, the District Meet,

in his 2 events of 110 m. hurdles and 300 m. hurdles.  Adrian achieved two gold medals at the District Meet and will move on to the Regional Meet at Baylor University.

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Luau at the Pool August 13, 2011 6:30 - 8:30

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Lakewood Grove Important numbers

other useful numbers

Property Management Company SCS Property Management..............................281-500-7111 Important: Please refer all questions/comments to SCS Property Management and then SCS will send the Board members information they need to respond to. This will save everone time and effort.

Animal Control................................................. 281-999-3191 Dead Animal Pick Up....................................... 281-353-8424 Emergency.........................................................................911 CyCreek Volunteer Fire Department................. 281-894-0151 Constable Precinct 4......................................... 281-376-3472 Medical Cy Creek EMS Ambulance.............................. 281-440-4300 Cy Fair Hospital.............................................. 281-890-4285 Methodist Willowbrook.................................. 281-477-1000 Northwest Hospital......................................... 281-440-1000 Tomball Hospital............................................. 281-401-7500 Veterans Hospital............................................ 713-795-4411 Poison Control.............................................1-800-931-1085 Utilities Allied Waste..................................................... 800-637-7339 Centerpoint..................................................... 800-332-7143 Malcomson MUD (SW Water Co)................... 832-209-5000 Southwestern Bell/ATT . .................................. 713-881-8181 Comcast . ................................................... 800-COM-CAST

Board Members President – Mark Schubert...............................281-251-0322 . ....................................................mark.schubert@c-a-m.com  Vice President – Gloria Tann............................281-655-8320 . ............................................................. gtann@sbcglobal.net Secretary/Treasurer –Lisa Watts........................713-304-3047 . ...................................................................Im.watts@att.net Community Contacts Block Captain Coordinator......... Laura Truax, 281-655-5997 . ...........................................................lauratruax@gmail.com Directory......................................Henry Silva, 215-776-6679 . ............................................................. hsilva3630@aol.com Garden Club Committee................................, 281-320-1905 . ............................................................. Coordinator Needed Marquee-Pool...... Fernando & DeeDee Flores, 281-370-6161 . ......................................fgfsatx@aol.com or ddftex@aol.com Marquee – Tennis Court............ Dougie Scott, 281-370-1836 . .......................................................................dmti@aol.com Newsletter......................................................Chuck Canfield . ...................................................... txchuck01@sbcglobal.net Newsletter Advertising............................................................ . ................................... PEEL, Inc - Ryan 512-263-9181 X23 Ryan@PEELinc.com Pets Lost & Found..................... Kelly Jackson, 281-379-4489 . .................................................kellyjackson_99@yahoo.com Pool, Greater Houston Pool Management........713-771-7665 Recreation Committee..................Henry Silva, 215-776-6679 . ............................................................. hsliva3630@aol.com Security Coordinator...................................... Dennis Coburn . ................................281-376-8526, dennis.coburn@hp.com Recreation Center/Pool Rental Coordinator.....281-251-0322 Catherine Schubert............ CatherineSchubert@sbcglobal.net Website............................................ www.lakewoodgrove.com Neighborhood Events End of School Party..........................................215-776-6679 Garage Sale........................... Stephanie Valdes, 832-594-0443 Fall Festival.....................................................Taylor Delleney . ................................ 832-220-3530, tdelleney@hotmail.com Fall Festival.......................................................215-776-6679 Taylor Delleney..................................tdelleney@hotmail.com Pool Luau............................................................. Tania Watts . .......................................................................... Dava Poeck Santa Ride....................................Henry Silva, 215-776-6679 . ............................................................. hsilva3630@aol.com 2

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Exciting news for this upcoming summer.

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Let everyone know how well your children have done over the past year. Adults and Kids post: Special Anniversary Special Birthday Achievements Submit your special announcement to Chuck at txchuck01@sbcglobal. net by the 8th of each month to post in the following months newsletter.

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Lakewood Grove MOPS at The MET Registration

CarFit Event

If you need a listening ear, friendship with other moms, your kids involved in a fun program, delicious breakfast buffets, advice from seasoned moms…. then you need MOPS at The MET. Two dynamic groups meet two Friday mornings per month (August – May) from 9:15 – 11:45a.m. Childcare is provided upon registration. Register online at TheMETonline.org/MOPS or visit us at facebook.com/METmops If you have any questions please call (281)890-1900.

October 8, 2011 8:30am - 12:30pm Reavis Rehab & Wellness Center 1250 South A.W. Grimes Blvd. Round Rock, TX 78664 Phone: 512-381-1744 www.ReavisRehab.com events@ReavisRehab.com

Lakewood Grove Pool Hours

June 2nd – August 21st Monday Closed Tuesday – Saturday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Sunday 12:00PM – 8:00 PM

Exception: Monday, July 4th Tuesday, July 5th

10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Closed

August 22nd - September 5th Monday - Friday Closed Saturday 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Exception: Monday, September 5th (Labor Day) – 9:00 PM

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for Senior Drivers

At a CarFit event, a team of trained technicians and health professionals work with senior drivers to ensure they “fit” their vehicle properly for maximum comfort and safety. Drivers can improve their safety by ensuring their cars are properly adjusted to meet their specific needs. A proper fit in one’s car can greatly increase not only the driver’s safety but also the safety of others. A CarFit check takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. Call 381-1744 today to sign up for this no cost CarFit event.

Please Drive Slowly We Love Our Kids

Remember, school is out and neighborhood children will out playing. Be mindful of how fast you are traveling throughout the neighborhood and always stop and look for children at each posted stop sign.

Kids don't always pay attention, so you have to..

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Going 100 Percent Organic Not Feasible? By Melanie Dragger, M.Comm.

The Environmental Working Group (EWG), a non-profit organization specializing in research and advocacy related to public health and the environment, has released its 2011 updated “Dirty Dozen” list of the 12 fruits and vegetables containing the most pesticides. Topping this year’s list? Apples. This begs the question, “Can eating an apple a day really keep the doctor away?” The answer may lie in where you get your apples. Although the EWG’s ranking was cited as an overestimate of the risk by the Alliance for Food & Farming, a non-profit organization with the stated mission of providing a voice for farmers to communicate their commitment to food safety, consuming organically grown products can reduce the amount of pesticides that enter your body. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), long-term exposure to pesticides 5 - Ad can leadPrmrs_66135_7.5 to death or serious illness,xincluding

developmental and reproductive disorders, amount of pesticides when conventionally impaired nervous system function, and grown, and should be consumed in organic certain cancers. Further, the WHO has found form when possible: children to be at higher risk from exposure 1. Apples 7. Grapes (imported) than adults. 2. Celery 8. Sweet bell peppers However, organically grown products are 3. Strawberries 9. Potatoes typically more expensive than conventionally 4. Peaches 10. Blueberries grown products, and some organic products 5. Spinach (domestic) may be difficult to find in some areas. If 6. Nectarines 11. Lettuce growing your own fruits and vegetables is (imported) 12. Kale/collard greens not an option, and purchasing 100 percent of Alternatively, according to the EWG, your produce in organic form is monetarily the following 15 fruits and vegetables (the unfeasible, the EWG’s list offers a good “Clean 15") consistently contained the least starting point for consumers. amount of pesticides, and by adhering to this According to the EWG’s 2011 report, list, individuals can get their recommended which is based on its analysis of tests daily allowance of fruits and vegetables conducted by the U.S. Department of without incurring the expense of buying Agriculture (USDA) and the federal Food organic products in order to limit their and Drug Administration (FDA), the exposure to pesticides: following 12 fruits and vegetables (the “Dirty (Continued on Page 7) #1606THIS ADcontained CAN NOT BE EDITED Dozen”) consistently the highest

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Going 100 Percent Organic... - (Continued from Page 6) 1. Onions 2. Sweet Corn 3. Pineapples 4. Avocado 5. Asparagus

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Underscoring the importance of the consumption of fruits and vegetables was the release of MyPlate, also in June, replacing the classic food pyramid. The USDA’s new food icon is a simple, visual cue that advises individuals to “make half your plate fruits and vegetables,” graphically shrinking the role of meats and dairy products in the national diet. More information on the EWG, as well as the full list of fruits and vegetables ranked, can be found at http://www.ewg.org. More information on the Alliance for Food and Farming can be found at http://www.foodandfarming.info. To learn more about the USDA’s MyPlate, visit http://www.choosemyplate.gov, and to discover more about the WHO, visit http://www.who.int/en.

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Personal Classifieds Exercise Equipment: Barely used XLglider $35. Contact Dulcina Belcher 832-698-1426. Refrigerator for sale Kenmore Side by Side only 7 1/2 years old ice maker needs repair, $350.00 If interested call: 281-379-4504 or 713-306-3422 OVAL WALL MIRRORS:  Two matching mirrors feature an etched, antiqued frame, with a generous 1 1/4” bevel. Dimensions: 22W  X  32H X 1D.  Mounting hardware included.  Asking $225 each.  Contact Don Bova: 281-655-9045. FOR SALE:  Girls Beginner Reidell Ice Skates, Size 1 1/2 and 5 (In great condition) $50.00/ea. Contact: Beverly Allen at 832717-5075 or e-mail bjallen@hotmail.com FOR SALE:  Girls Bloch Ballet Slippers, Sizes 9M (used once) and 13C (Great Condition) $5.00/ea. and Bloch Jazz Dance Shoes sizes 13.5 (great condition) and 7 (used 2x) $15.00/ea. Contact: Beverly Allen at 832-717-5075 or e-mail bjallen@hotmail.com Downsizing: toys, games (kids&adult) radios, electronic stuff, guy cave things, etc.  Email me at kfkirch@gmail.com and and i will supply pictures and prices or call 281-889-0048. EXCERCISE EQUIPMENT:  Nordic Track CXT 990 Elipitical Trainer.  $200 or best offer.  Please contact Mike or Rachel at 281-320-2465 or by email ramojenkins@ hotmail.com.

Gently used: refrigerator that could be used as a 2nd.  Asking $35.  In very good condition.  Country French Dinette set made in Belgium in the 1930’s.  China cabinet  + table has beautiful parquet top.  713-208-0241. Selling Kymco 2ZX50 - 2005 moped. Showroom condition 665 miles, street legal and easy to ride $699 David 281-627-3361 BAR STOOLS (3 wood/metal w/backs) & old world decor/pictures for sale. Redecorating sale-best offer taken! 713-410-9153C Lost & Found - found on Deerpath Ct. - LSU jacket. Call Jim 281-460-3161 BAR STOOLS (3 wood/metal w/backs) & old world decor/ pictures for sale. Redecorating sale-best offer taken! 713-4109153C Selling Kymco 2ZX50 - 2005 moped. Showroom condition 665 miles, street legal and easy to ride $699 David 281-627-3361  FOR SALE: TV/Stereo Entertainment Center, solid oak. Excellent condition $500.00 contact Don Rabel 281-8080787

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Will My Child Be Ready for Elementary School? Submitted by: Brandi Muse

More and more parents are recognizing the importance of enrolling their children in preschool to help them develop the right foundation for success in elementary school and beyond. However, the best programs go beyond helping children master basic academic skills to supporting their development as happy, confident, well-rounded individuals. Research shows that from birth to age five, development in all areas is rapid. Children form strong neural connections during this time as a result of experiences they have with everyone and everything they encounter. The quality of those early interactions determines how children continue to learn and form relationships, strongly influencing their future success and happiness. “Parents should look for preschool, pre-K, kindergarten and first grade programs that take a balanced approach to developing motor, CH_factSheet_ad_half_August.pdf 1 7/7/2011 1:57:33 PM

social-emotional, creative and academic skills,” said Brandi Muse, of Primrose School at Summerwood. “It takes quality instruction, a well-rounded curriculum and a positive teacher relationship to prepare a child to succeed.” • Academics: Let’s go beyond concentrating only on basic math and reading skills. Academic success is not just about memorization – it requires learning how to think critically, use mathematical concepts, express curiosity and develop competence in language skills like listening, speaking and writing. • Technology: In today’s technology-rich world, children need to have a grasp of technology as a tool for creative expression and problem solving. Computers equipped with developmentally-appropriate educational software and online resources should be integrated into the classroom.

• Physical Development: Children who participate in daily physical activity develop basic motor skills like throwing, jumping and balance that help them become healthy adults. Physical activity also creates neural connections that support academic achievement. • Music and Art: Young children naturally engage in “art,” or spontaneous, creative play, but when educators involve children in music and art activities regularly from an early age, they encourage cognitive and emotional development. • Social-Emotional Development: Preschool programs should focus on social and life skills to help your child establish positive relationships and transition easily to elementary school.

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Block Captains Ashvale Drive

16023

Tyson Dees

281-376-2605

Lake Drive

15827

Roseann Miller

281-379-2492 millers92@sbcglobal.net

Birchview (north)

16018

Angie Stewart

281-660-6043 Astewart222@aol.com

Lakegrove Bend

11807

Beverly & She Pard Curelop

281-257-4986

Birchview (south)

NEED

Lakegrove Ct.

16114

Liz Curtain

Briar Canyon

11707

Lakegrove Forest

16102

Pat Serafin

Broad Oak Ct.

NEED

Lakewood Crossing Dr.

NEED

Brown Trail

11411

Laurie Schuetzner

Lakewood Field Ct.

11327

11927

Kellie Greenberg

Lakewood Field Dr.

NEED

16114

Trudi Trainor

Lakewood Grove Dr.

16222

Char Crowley

11630

Lisa Norwood

Lakewood Trail

11831

Beth Clark

Camillia Tr.

16010

Barbara Dupuy

Laurel Cove

15810

Peyton Cascarelli

Castlegrove Ct.

16106

Taylor Delleney

Laurel Meadow

NEED

Cedarvale Ln

NEED

Little Orchard Ct.

11402

Kim Mitchell

Chateau Tr.

11818

Kelly Jarvis

281-379-2226 Kjarvis2008@att.net

Lochberry Ct.

11731

Zelma Mikolajcayk

Chestnut Tr.

16210

Wendy Bevard

832-868-6021 wendybevard@sbcglobal.net

Maple Falls Ct.

15806

Dacia Alford

Country Tr.

15835

Magda Lopez

281-655-0787 magdalopezb@yahoo.com

Maple Falls Dr.

Deerpath Ct.

NEED

Frost River Ct.

11311

Douggie Scott/ Maria Iglesias

Gatesden Dr.

11743

Tracy Smith

Gray Forest Tr. (West)

11846

Helen Brzymiallkiewicz

281-320-1836 jdsmti@aol.com 281-374-9856 topforty@swbell.net 281-379-5257 brzymialkiewicz@msn.com

Gray Forest Tr. (East)

11719

Darrell Schoolcraft

281-376-1294 Darrell.schoolraft@sug.com

Gray Trail Ct.

11846

Helen Brzymiallkiewicz

Guernsey Dr.

11703

Laura Traux Lisa Watts

Hermitage Oaks Dr.

15935

Mary Vatuna

Heron Tr.

16006

Amy Austin

11506

Rena Malinowski

281-379-5257 brzymialkiewicz@msn.com 281-655-5997 LauraJTruax@gmail.com   713-304-3047 lm.watts@att.net 281-379-2636 tmvatuna@yahoo.com 281-257-3658 Amy_Austin@hotmail.com 281-376-1422 rena@r-malinowski.com

Brush Canyon Dr. Buckhead Court Buck Springs Tr.

Hidden Grove Ct. Hidden Grove Tr. Kingsbarn Ct.

Don/Karen Rabel

281-370-3897 rabeld@comcast.net

281-251-5419 281-251-8340 klgreen999@pobox.com 281-655-5809 trudi.trainor@sbcglobal.net 832-244-5747 lisanorwood@sbcglobal.net 281-370-4493 bdupuy@comcast.net 832-498-9093 tdelleney@hotmail.com

NEED 11423

Ken/Pat Kirchgessner

832-559-7910 KenK1121@msn.com

281-257-9894 david.ellington11@gmail,com

281-376-1621 crowleyca@sbcglobal.net 281-251-3765 Rclark68@comcast.net 281-251-6807 pcascarelli@sbcglobal.net

281-655-0397 kmitchell8@comcast.net 281-379-3635 zelmamik@hotmail.com 817-723-1362 Alford10@aol.om

NEED Stephanie Bahn Stephanie Valdes

281-257-3967 sb1hot1@sbcglobal.net

Maplewick Dr.

15810

Maycrest Ct.

16011

Moccasin Ct.

11719

Susan Cline

Newlands Ct.

11814

Lisa Druzbik

Oak Island Dr.

15814

Dee Dee Flores

281-370-6161 ddftex@aol.com

15818

Ann Embry

281-257-9091 aembry@comcast.net

Pecan Canyon Ct.

11506

Joe Allen

281-514-6964 Joseph.allen@hp.com

Ridgewick Ct.

11510

Rachel Martin

281-370-8092 rachelmartin@comcast.net

Shadow Pass Trail

NEED

Summerstone Ct.

11602

Teal Hollow Lane

11607

Timber Grove Ct. Wild Grove Ct.

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11507

David Ellington

281-655-0135 lcurtain@comcast.net 281-370-5259 serafin-@msn.com

16102

Pat/Melissa Wilson Donna Carnahan Cherie Boudreau David Gallegos

832-594-0443 smcline1557@yahoo. com. 281-304-9183 ladruzbik@earthlink.net

Mel4612@yahoo.com 281-379-5665 dkcarnahan@comcast.net 832-559-3488 cher4916@comcast.net 281-655-7655 dgallegos@comcast.net

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$73.30

$73.30

$66.76

$85.50

Avg. DOM

95

58

96

86

High PSF

$85.50

$85.50

Low PSF

$24.97

$24.97

Avg. LP/SP %

.99%

.97%

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15911 heron trail • 15843 Laurel cove • 16207 castlegrove •11342 Lakewood Field • 15818 oak island

Lakewood Grove Homeowners Association Newsletter - August 2011

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Lakewood Grove - August 2011