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NEWS FOR THE RESIDENTS OF COPPERFIELD September 2013

Volume 5, Issue 9

CANCER Support Group Meeting 2nd Tuesday of each month from 7-8pm Copperfield Church, Rm C-8 8350 Hwy 6 North, Houston TX 77095

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Catherine Thomasson (832) 604-7798 or Pam Austin (pamkaustin210@gmail.com) with questions. Patients, survivors, family, friends, caregivers – this group is open to all people impacted by cancer. Come be uplifted by one another’s support & encouragement. You are not alone!

COPPERFIELD COALITION LONGENBAUGH PROJECT COMPLETE

The modifications to Longenbaugh’s east bound lanes at Hwy 6 to allow Copperfield to again have an attractive median dividing the east and west bound traffic are now complete. The four east bound lanes remain, but are narrower by 1 ft. to 11 ft. wide. Thus we’ve recovered an 8 ft. median wide and that will allow the beautification of the median which will be maintained by the CCA. Again special thanks to Commissioner Steve Radack, HECD’s John Blunt and the CCA for making this possible. MEMBERSHIP Please plan to attend our monthly meeting held the third Tuesday of each month at the Copperfield Community Center at 7 PM and learn about the many ways you can become more involved in protecting our property values and preserving our quality of life! Please join the effort by becoming a member at: www.copperfieldcoalition.com. Resident membership is only $25 per year and business membership is only $250 per year! When we ALL work together, we can accomplish a lot of good for our COMMUNITY! Please join us today. WWW.COPPERFIELDCOALITION.COM

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LCHS CHEER CLINIC The Lobo Cheerleaders will be hosting their annual Cheer Clinic on Saturday, October 5th from 9am-12:30pm at Langham Creek HS. All boys and girls ages 4 thru high school are welcome to attend! They will all have a picture taken with the mascot and get instruction on jumps, cheer, tumbling and dance. Everyone will enjoy a snack and take home a megaphone & certificate of completion. All participants are invited to perform on the field during the first half of the LCHS football game on Thursday, October 10 at 7:00pm. At the clinic, raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 each or 6 for $5 to win exciting goodies! Pre-registration is going on now- $30 or $35 to include t-shirt ($35/$40 at the door). Please send your registration soon! We must receive by Friday, September 27 to ensure enough shirts are ordered. Please make checks payable to Langham Creek Cheerleader Booster Club. Mailing address: LCHS Cheer BC, 17610 FM 529, Houston, TX 77095. For any questions or to obtain a registration form, please contact Marian Seidel at LCHSCheerClinic@gmail.com or text 281-384-4689.

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GIRL SCOUTS OF SAN JACINTO COUNCIL Leaders from all around Copper Creek Meadows got a chance to meet each other at an event on August 18.Copper Creek Meadows includes the former Bear Creek, Bluebonnet Meadows and Copper Corners service units, so we cover a wide area up and down Hwy 6. We are all looking forward to the new year of Girl Scouting, and it was a great chance to get acquainted, and make some plans for the 2013-2014 year! To quote from the Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council website, "Girl Scout programs are adapted to meet the developmental, educational, emotional and social needs of girls at five age levels." Girls may become Girl Scouts at any age level, and no previous Scouting experience is required. • Girl Scout Daisies are in kindergarten and first grade (roughly ages 5-7). • Girl Scout Brownies are in grades 2-3 (ages 7-9) • Girl Scout Juniors are in grades 4-5 (ages 9-11) • Girl Scout Cadettes are in grades 6-8 (ages 11-14) • Girl Scout Seniors are in grades 9-10 (ages 14-16) • Girl Scout Ambassadors are in grades 11-12 (ages 16-18) Girl Scouting in the United States began in 1912, and it is continually changing and evolving, while remaining true to its core values, the Girl Scout Promise and Law. Girl Scouts are active girls! Girl Scouts in San Jacinto Council have opportunities for many outdoor activities (sailing, horseback riding, canoeing, archery and more) at our beautiful camps. We also explore nature in our own backyards and neighborhoods, work on service projects, and learn new skills. Girl Scouts also share in the traditions of the world wide Scouting movement. Copper Creek Meadows serves girls in the residence areas for the following schools: Lieder, Metcalf, Tipps, Wilson, and Texas Christian School, Birkes, Fiest, Lowery, Horne, Owens, Kirk, Hairgrove, Lee, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton and Christian Life Center Academy. And that isn’t all - we also serve the corresponding middle and high schools! Home school and private school students are always welcome! Rally Days (when we recruit new leaders and form new

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troops) will be scheduled soon, so be on the lookout for more information! Don’t forget that many of our most exciting opportunities are available to older girls. Wider Opportunities, Council trips, and special interest groups (backpacking, archery, Green Starlettes and more) are activities in which our Cadettes, Seniors and Ambassadors participate. There will be a special event for Cadettes and Seniors Nov 1-3 at Camp Casa Mare, “It’s Your Story, Tell It!” This will be a fun filled weekend exploring the Media and Mission Sisterhood Journeys. For more information, or if you would like to be part of the Girl Planning Board for this event, please see the Sept./October issue of the Golden Link. You may also contact Liz Alton (LAlton@sjgs. org) or phone her at 712-292-0269. Girls in grades 6-12 who love learning about the stars, sun and moon are invited to join the Astronomy Interest Group, which meets at the Girl Scout Center (they also go camping!). Please contact Rosie Haffemann (rosiehaf@windstream.net) for more information. Copper Creek Meadows will also be part of Region 4, with Cypress Bend and Wild Flowers neighborhoods. The larger group is planned to connect with existing interest groups, and Council day and twilight camps, and to identify and establish relationships with other programs. We know this is especially important to provide opportunities for our girls. Think these sounds like fun? Give us a call- we’d love to talk to you! The Girl Scouts of San Jacinto Council website is www. sjgs.com. Or contact Dianne Massie (Dianne.massie@att.net), 281-550-9148. We also need GIRL SCOUT ADULTS! These are women (and men!) aged 18 on up to serve as troop leaders and to help with special projects and activities. A background check and some training are required to get started; lots more training is available when you need it. You do not need to be Ranger Rick, Martha Stewart, or Wonder Woman (though we would be happy to sign them up too!) Some of our volunteers don’t even have children! You do need to be interested in working with girls, helping them achieve their goals, and having FUN!

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Langham Creek FFA Craft Show The 18th Annual Langham Creek FFA Craft Show is November 9th & 10th at the Cy-Fair ISD Exhibit Center at Telge/Hwy 290. The indoor facility will have over 100 vendors selling a wide variety of products just in time for holiday shopping. We will have concessions, silent auction & raffle, chicken bingo and more! Vendor booths are still available! Please email langhamcreekffa@yahoo.com or call 281-734-1153 with questions or to obtain a vendor application. All proceeds benefit the LC FFA students!

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LCHS 2013 – 2014 CHEERLEADERS

We are excited to introduce the Langham Creek Cheerleaders for 2013 – 2014. The Varsity Captain is Kassidy Suchon and Co-Captain is Ashley McAbee. The Varsity squad is Tarah Aliceaacosta, Madison Coburn, Lucy Connelly, Emilie Dangel, Sidnie Dangel, Alexia Demarchos, Danielle Garcia, Ashley Garza, Taylor Johnson, Tia McWilliams, Nelly Mendoza, Cheryl Montgomery, Ellen Seidel and Ariana Slobodzian. Varsity mascot is Josh Attra. The Junior Varsity squad is Kayla Bond, Raven Boxie, Jesselyn Flores, Nysha Hill, Danielle Johnson, Tori Johnson, Jo Keith, Kiana Lewis, Maryn McGuire, Cynthia Murillo, Julia Riley and Taylor Talbot. JV mascot is Maggie Martin. These two squads completed an intense three days of camp to kick off the new season. The following were named All American Cheerleaders: Tarah Aliceaacosta, Madison Coburn, Alexia Demarchos, Ashley McAbee, Cheryl Montgomery, Ariana Slobodzian and Kassidy Suchon. Congratulations to all! Go Lobos and GOOD LUCK this season!

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COPPERFIELD COURIER LANGHAM CREEK PROJECT PROM 2014

Masquerade & Costu me Ball August 13, 2013

Dear Valued Business Owner, Project Prom provides a safe, drug-free and alcohol-free environment for 750+seniors to attend after their senior prom. Food, festivities, games and prizes are provided throughout the night. It is 100% sponsored through donations from the community. The Masquerade & Costume Ball is scheduled for October 25, 2013 at Pine Forest Country Club. This event is one of many parent fundraisers that are planned to help raise the money needed to fund Langham Creek’s Project Prom. Your contribution, either monetary or donated item, will greatly enhance our efforts to provide a safe and fun post-prom event for our students. Please consider donating an item for the Silent Auction or become one of our table sponsors. Project Prom is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization and your donation is tax deductible (Tax ID# 76-0352743) Donated Item: Your Company name will be proudly printed in the event program. Table Sponsors: Your Company name will be decorated with the color listed on one of the dining tables at the Masquerade & Costume Ball and will be proudly printed in the event program grouped by sponsoring level. Your company name will be listed on our website www.

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langhamcreekprojectprom.com. And, we will submit sponsor information of this event to local publications. • $250 Black • $500 Red • $750 Silver (Includes 2 tickets to the Masquerade & Costume Ball on 10-25-13. Your business will also be recognized in an email announcement that will be sent to Project Prom Parents.) • $1000 Gold (includes 4 tickets to the Masquerade & Costume Ball on 10-25-13. Your business will also be recognized in an email announcement that will be sent to Project Prom Parents. And, your company name will be added to our Project Prom Letterhead.) Company Name as it will appear in print __________________ Company email address________________________________ Please make your check payable to Langham Creek Project Prom 2014. You can give your donation to a Project Prom Representative or mail it to: Langham Creek Project Prom, 7710-T Cherry Park PMB #251, Houston, TX 77095 Thank you in advance for your support of this very worthy cause. Sincerely yours, Langham Creek Project Prom Class of 2014

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COPPERFIELD COURIER CY-FAIR KIWANIS CLUB

The Cy-Fair Kiwanis Club is actively seeking new members who are interested in giving service to improve our community and our world. Visit the Cy-Fair Kiwanis Club and learn about the projects in which its members participate to enrich and improve life for citizens in our community. We sponsor the Key Clubs in the Cy-Fair, Jersey Village, and Katy communities and work with them in service to the Cy-Fair area. Internationally, both Kiwanis and Key Club are participating in the ELIMINATE PROJECT aimed at the eradication of maternal/ neonatal tetanus. The Cy-Fair Kiwanis Club meets at Hearthstone Country Club on the first, second, and third Tuesday of each month at 12:15 for lunch and informative programs. For more information, call John Carroll at 281-463-0373, George Crowl at 832-467-1998 or Peggy Presnell at 281-304-7127. We invite you to be our guest at one of the meetings and enjoy the fellowship of Kiwanians from your

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community as you learn about our organization. Businesses of the community are encouraged to support a representative for membership in Kiwanis. If you work for a business that is oriented toward involvement in community improvement and leadership, suggest to them that you would like to represent that business through membership and involvement in work with Kiwanis. We welcome business and organization as well as individual memberships. CHILDREN PRIORITY ONE is the motto of Kiwanis Clubs worldwide. The Cy-Fair Kiwanis Club sponsors nine Key Clubs and one Builders’ Club in the Cy-Fair School District; sponsors the Kids Triathlon; Girl Scout, Boy Scout, and Sea Scout troops and activities; awards scholarships to outstanding Key Club members in our district; provides assistance to Cypress Assistance Ministries and Bear Creek Ministries; the Houston Food Bank; and many other nonprofit organizations. We look forward to welcoming you to our meetings.

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Cypress Philharmonic

The Cypress Philharmonic proudly launches its second season with a Four Seasons theme. On September 22, the first concert, “Stirrings of Autumn,” evokes a fall mood with Peggy Stuart Coolidge’s twomovement “New England Autumn” and Kirt Mosier’s “Overture to the Wind.” The program features Antonín Dvořák’s powerful “New World” Symphony (No. 9) and the world premiere of Houston artist Joe LoCascio’s sneaky “Gently Criminal” for strings. Rounding it all out is Mexican composer Arturo Márquez’s lively “Danzón No. 2” just in time to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month. This year, the CyPhil adds a special event, collaborating with the Houston Repertoire Ballet to create a “Winter Wonderland” with a full production of Pyotr Tschaikovsky’s The Nutcracker. Houston Repertoire Ballet, founded by Gilbert Rome and under the direction of Victoria Vittum, has mounted a production of The Nutcracker annually since 2001, but now will feature live music from the Cypress Philharmonic. Performances will be held on Saturday, December 7 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and Sunday, December 8 at 1 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. in the Tomball High School auditorium with reserved seating. Ticket information is at www.hrbdance.org and 281-940-4721. Major funding for the project is provided by Houston Endowment and ConocoPhillips Company. The Nutcracker is also funded in part by

grants from Harris County and Texas Commission on the Arts through the Houston Arts Alliance. On March 23, 2014, “Spring Fever” highlights the passion of romance with music from Georges Bizet’s Carmen Suites No. 1 and 2 and Aaron Copland’s “Appalachian Spring.” Themes of rebirth and renewal are visited in music from Linda Tutas Haugen’s Transformations of Darkness and Light and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s Russian Easter Overture. The annual pops concert will be held on June 28, 2014. Information about this “Summertime” concert will be made available through the website and print and social media. The Cypress Philharmonic is a 50+ member ensemble made up of music educators and professional musicians in and around the Cypress area. Founded by Music Director Glynnes Lanthier in 2012, the CyPhil presents classical favorites alongside new and recent works by a diverse group of composers. We welcome inquiries from musicians, community members and prospective board members. To find out more about the CyPhil, visit the website or e-mail at admin@cyphil. org. The Cypress Philharmonic performs in the Berry Center on 8877 Barker Cypress in Cypress, Texas. Tickets and performance information are available online or by leaving a message at 713-9399493.

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KIDS' CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM'S SEASON STARTS SEPTEMBER 10TH

The Northwest Flyers Track Club Youth Cross-Country Team kicks off the fall season with registration and a mandatory orientation for parents and athletes on Tuesday, September 10, 2013, at 7:00 p.m. Registration will be held at Cypress Creek High School, 9815 Grant Rd., Houston, TX. The first practice will be held at the Cypress Creek YMCA on Thursday, September 12. The Northwest Flyers Track Club is a member program of USA Track and Field (USATF), the national governing body for track and cross country. The club is in its 26th year in the northwest Houston area. Ages 6 - 18 may participate in the team, and both beginners and experienced runners are welcome. Middle school and high school cross country athletes can also register, but should compete after their cross country season is over. Contact Coach Eric Wentworth at emw1105@gmail.com, 281961-6603, or Coach Donnell Carter at dcarter.nwflyers@yahoo. com, 281-467-4727, for more information. Email Coach Carter to get on the email list and you will receive a free running training video. Visit www.northwestflyers.org to get updates and learn more about the team.

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