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BELLA VISTA December 2012

Bulletin

Official Publication of the Bella Vista Homeowners Association

Volume 4, Issue 12

Happy Holidays!

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Bella Vista IMPORTANT CONTACTS President, Veronica Frederick............ vfrederick@austin.rr.com Vice President, John Shumaker.........john.h.shumaker@att.net Director, Steve Bosak …………………s.bosak54@gmail.com Treasurer, James Smith……………… topango2@gmail.com Secretary, Jeremie Gordon............. jeremie.gordon@gmail.com

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HOA MANAGEMENT RealManage Resident Services (pool, issues, etc.) 1-866-473-2573.................................. Service@RealManage.com Association Manager: Bill Brooks 1-866-473-2573........................william.brooks@realmanage.com www.realmanage.com RealManage, 10800 Pecan Park Boulevard, Suite 100, Austin, Texas 78750, P: 512-219-1927

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The Bella Vista Bulletin newsletter is mailed monthly to all Bella Vista residents. Residents, community groups, churches, etc. are welcome to submit information about their organizations in the newsletter. Personal news for the Stork Report, Teenage Job Seekers, recipes, special celebrations, and birthday announcements are also welcome. If you have an article of interest to the community please submit to vfrederick@austin.rr.com by the 8th of the month. The newsletter can also be viewed online at www.PEELinc.com.

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Bella Vista Local Events Celebrate Five Years of No Kill Humane Society of Williamson County Hosts Multiple Community Programs and Events to Celebrate its 5th Year of No Kill The Humane Society of Williamson County (HSWC) is celebrating five years of No Kill this holiday season with a multitude of programs and fundraising events. Community members are encouraged to participate in one or all of HSWC¹s programs and events in order to support the organization¹s life-saving mission throughout Central Texas. Sunday, December 2nd, 6 - 9pm: 5th Annual Winter Wonderland holiday party hosted at The Page House in Georgetown, TX. Bring the whole family and party for the pups in celebration of 5 years of No Kill! The celebration will include a silent auction, raffle, DJ and dancing, tours of the historic Page House, carolers, photos with Santa and his pups, and much more! Individual tickets are $25 in advance or $35 at the door. Children 5 and under attend for free. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.hswc.net/ winterwonderland. November 23 - December 21: Holiday Heroes. Make your gift more meaningful this holiday season... sponsor a homeless pet¹s kennel! Sponsor-a-Kennel any time during this holiday period ($35 and up). Kennel sponsorships make a terrific gift. For

more information or to sponsor a kennel, visit www.hswc.net/ holidayheroes. Saturday, December 8th, 11am - 5pm: FREE Holiday Mega Adoption Event. All puppy, kitten, cat and dog adoptions will be available for a free adoption fee. HSWC¹s goal is to find 100 forever families for homeless dogs and cats at this event. All animals are spay/ neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped. For more information, visit www.hswc.net/mega. December 23 - 26: Home for the Holidays. Give a warm and loving foster home for just three nights to an HSWC homeless dog or puppy this holiday season. For more information and to sign up to be a holiday foster, visit www.hswc.net/homefortheholidays. Information on all HSWC holiday programs and events can be found at www.hswc.net/winterwonderland. Humane Society of Williamson County Background Information The Humane Society of Williamson County (HSWC) operates a No-Kill animal shelter on 22 acres in Leander, Texas. HSWC¹s mission is to provide innovative programs and services to eliminate (Continued on Page 4)

HOLIDAyWishes2012 Each year, neglected and abused children in the Austin area must be removed from their homes by Child Protective Services caseworkers. Separations occur all year, but it is especially difficult during the holidays. Partnerships for Children is making a difference in the lives of these children and we invite you to join us by participating in our Holiday Wishes program. With your help, how many children can we impact this year? Please contact us at:

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✓ SPONSOr a child by purchasing items from their wish list

✓ MAkE a donation and we will shop for you ✓ DONATE general gifts for children that are not matched with community donors ✓ OrGANIzE a drive to collect gifts commonly requested on children’s wish lists Thank you for your support!

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5 years No Kill - (Continued from Page 3) pet homelessness and to improve the lives of pets and people throughout Central Texas. In 2011, HSWC adopted over 2,280 dogs and cats and spay/neutered over 3,500 animals at their low cost clinic. HSWC is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization, celebrating over thirty-two years of finding forever homes for deserving pets. HSWC is 100% funded by donations, grants and modest fees for services and receives no government funding. It is located at 10930 E. Crystal Falls Parkway, Leander, Texas. For more information, please visit www.hswc.net.

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