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RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK

VOLUME 5 ISSUE 9

SEPTEMBER 2013

Official Publication of The Ranch at Brushy Creek HOA

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DROWNING IS PREVENTABLE WATER SAFETY TIPS AT

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Fall ar Calend

Ongoing: Colin’s Hope Athlete Ambassadors of all ages needed! www.tinych.org/signup September 8: 5th annual Colin’s Hope Kids Tri, and All Star Burger Fundraiser (10% of sales donated). October 19: Sharkfest Austin Swim benefiting Colin’s Hope. Volunteers needed. November: Underwater Holiday Photos (multiple days and locations). February 16: Austin Marathon. Runners, walkers, and water stop volunteers needed.

Be a Water Guardian and Watch Kids around Water. Drowning is preventable!

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Thank you to all who supported our efforts this year to raise water safety awareness to prevent children from drowning!

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WEAR LIFE JACKETS

MULTIPLE BARRIERS ON ALL POOLS & HOTTUBS

CHECK POOLS/HOTTUBS 1ST FOR MISSING CHILDREN

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RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK BOARD & MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION MANAGER

Celeste Starr Schulz.............. Celeste.Schulz@Goodwintx.com RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK HOA BOARD Vineet Rohatgi, Board Member, President  ...................................................................vrohatgi@gmail.com Aneka Lilya, Board Member, VP ......................................................................aelilya@gmail.com Theresa Galella, Board Member ...........................................................theresagalella@gmail.com Ståle Bjørdal, Board Member ................................................................... sbjordal@gmail.com Freddie Jimenez, Board Member ................................................................. rep9ile@hotmail.com Blake Contine, Advisor/Declarant  ..................................................blake@pioneerdevelopment.net   COMMITTEE CHAIRS: Architectural Committee Christy Pardee...........................Christy_Pardee@yahoo.com Landscape Committee Aneka Lilya.............................................aelilya@gmail.com Public Relations Chair Carlos Ojeda.................................... carloshojeda@gmail.com Pool Committee Byron Stephens.......................byronstephens@earthlink.net Social Committee Candace Lambert............................ designertexan@aol.com .......................................... rbcsocialcommittee@gmail.com Neighborhood Watch Vineet Rohatgi.....................................vrohatgi@gmail.com ADVISORY BOARD Blake Contine, Declarant.............blake@pioneerdevelopment.net Michael Sanguiliano........................ msanguiliano@sbunited.com Michael Peccon................. Michael@TexasCapitalProperties.com

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RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK 2013 SOCIAL COMMITEE EVENTS CALENDAR

HOA UPDATES

September 14th

In late July, the board had a company called Lady Liberty come out and lower the cleats on the flagpole. The cleats is the piece of hardware where you would tie down the ropes. We pay a company to maintain our flag which involves fixing the flag if it tears, raising & lowering the flags, etc. We pay them each time they come out to perform a service. One of our residents, Dave Aronson, came up with a brilliant idea. Why not let our some of our youth (scouts) manage the raising & lowering of the flag? Not only would this take care of respecting our great nation, it also gives our youth an opportunity to get involved with our great community. In fact, not only did we think this was a great idea, the board did too. We had a company make the appropriate adjustments to support this great cause. Please take the time to thank the local scouts for taking over this great responsibility. If you have a boy that is interested in joining our group that teaches them solid core values that will benefit them for life, please contact Dave dave@aronsons.org. It is Fun with a Purpose.

Social Spotlight Fall Garage Sale

September 21st Fit Happens 5K

September 28th Resident 5K

October 26th Fall Festival

October 26th

Haunted Movie and Walk

November 17th

BBQ and Chili Cook-Off

R@BC FLAGPOLES

ADVISORY BOARD

Holiday Lights Contest

December 7th

We have 2 openings. Those interested in more information should contact one of the Board Members.

December 8th

Landscape Committee CARs (Common Area Rep - 4 openings)

December 14th

Architectural Review Committee Team Member (1 opening)

We hope you enjoy all the new events this year!

Neighborhood Watch Committee Team Member (1 opening)

Tour of Lights

Santa on a Firetruck

Candace Lambert Social Committee Chair rbcsocialcommittee@gmail.com (512)784-0754

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5K FIT HAPPENS MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS in The Ranch at Brushy Creek (Again!) SAVE THE DATE

The Fit Happens 5K will begin at 9:00am on September 21, 2013 (with registration and bib pick-up starting at 8am) and be followed by a Kid’s K race, raffle, and a Health & Wellness Expo in the park. Service providers at the Expo will specialize in products that promote a healthy lifestyle. The 5K is a non-competitive run/walk designed to get the neighborhood out and moving! This event is for any fitness level and age. Whether you plan to run, walk, take the dog, push a stroller or pull a wagon--recruit your family and neighbors to participate in this event together, mark your calendar and make FIT HAPPEN in RBC!

A POOL RULE REMINDER

Alcohol consumption at the pool is restricted per Pool Rules. We have not enforced this to date, unless it gets out of hand. What is ABSOLUTLEY PROHIBITED, is bringing glass containers to the pool area. If we need to close the pool for one week this summer to drain it and cleanup broken glass, the whole community suffers. PLEASE, PLEASE use common sense and don’t bring glass. Byron Stephens, Pool Committee Chairman

Anthony and Carrie Duong moved to Austin from the midwest in the fall of 2010 and have been calling R@BC home since December of 2011. The Duongs came to Austin for the growing job market, lifestyle, and rich culture. Anthony works in Healthcare IT and Carrie works for a major insurance provider. They have two children, Ryan (4) and Sofia (1). Ryan, who was born in IL, quickly embraced Texas life wearing cowboy boots and soaking up the Texas heat. Sofia, the only native Texan in the family, has been eating barbeque and guacamole since she was about 6 months old. Outside of work and kids, Anthony enjoys tennis, volleyball, gardening and photography. Carrie spends her spare time devouring books for book club and testing new recipes. As a family they enjoy spending time with their fantastic R@BC neighbors, exploring all that Austin has to offer, and cooling off in the neighborhood pools.

FALL FESTIVAL 2013 Saturday, October 26, 10am-2pm

This year’s Fall Festival will be incredible, involving live music, vintage car show, awesome food trucks, a large maze, craft activities for the kids, a pie auction benefiting a local animal charity, and the Sidewalk of Shopping! We will also have our 2nd Annual Costume parade, with kids age categories, plus new categories for pets, and group/family entries! Contact Elisa “George” Bohnsack at ebohnsack@gmail.com if you want to get involved!

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NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14TH 7 AM to 1 PM It’s that time of year again. Time to declutter, clean out your closets, sell your stuff...or shop your neighbors stuff! It’s the annual Fall community wide garage sale. How it works... you hold your own individual Garage Sale in your own driveways and garages. You are responsible for placing and removing your own signs within the neighborhood in a timely manner. The Social Committee will promote the sale locally by placing ads in local papers, online ads and signage outside the main entrances. If you have particular items of interest and want to place ads of your own it is highly encouraged and may help draw attention to our neighborhood. Happy selling!!

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R@BC PETS CORNER Simba joined our family from the shelter in November of 2011. He had already been dropped off to the shelter twice and was only 3 months old when we brought him home.  Our son wanting to rename him Shark Bubbles, and my husband wanting to name him everything from Colt to Hair Missile, the name Simba seemed to be fitting for his playful and energetic personality.  Despite his size, he thinks he is a lap dog and can often be found cuddled up in a willing lap. Not wanting to be the only female in the family, I embarked on a long search that led to finding and rescuing Mollie from a surrendered home shortly after.  She quickly became the Alpha dog.  Her seasonal wardrobe ranging from sun dresses to biker chick adds just the right amount of diva to balance out life in the Carter household.

Kimberly and Joshua Black with our four (yes, we are crazy) dogs adopted from shelters. Photo taken in the bluebonnets and the Brushy Creek park across the street from the neighborhood :) From Left to Right: Biskit, Bagel, Bruiser, and Banjo.

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Photo By Erica Woodford Photography Back row, Left to Right: Trevor, Angel, Scott Front Row, Left to Right: Mollie, Brandon and Simba

The Teggeman Family: Michelle, Jimmy, Madison and our cute furry girls are Diamond & Shyla.

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RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK R@BC Playgroups September Schedule FRIDAY SEPT. 6

First Friday Playdate 10 am Ranch Trails Park

FRIDAY SEPT. 13

Visit a Neighboring park 10 am Olsen Meadows Park

FRIDAY SEPT. 20

Field Trip Friday 10 am Foodie Kids Austin Makery

FRIDAY SEPT. 27

Foodie Friday 11:30 Two Saints Cafe in Leander For more information or details find us on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/rbcplaygroups/

NEIGHBORHOOD

WATCH Your Neighborhood Watch brings you: Parents As Coaches Seminar, Ninja Tricks to developing Happy, Healthy Kids that are Impervious to Bullying and Negative Peer Pressure September 13, 2013 at 6 p.m. The event is hosted and delivered by our very own Gary Schill , owner of Peak Performance Martial Arts.

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On August 6th, 2013, your Neighborhood Watch team presented: National Night Out (NNO) 2013!!! It was NNO’s 30th anniversary and we wanted to celebrate in style! So we did!  FoodaPalooza and Bellini’s Texas Grill helped us smoke over 120 pounds of chicken, 400 burgers, and 100 hotdogs! Folks washed it down with one of the 400 water bottles (provided by David Schara’s State Farm team) OR one of the 370 snowballs from Zydeco Ice OR both. Topped off with water slides, live music, K9 demonstrations, and train rides, the evening was chock full of fun and exciting things for the whole family to participate in.  The night finished off with one of the most amazing sights! A full fledged laser light show right in our own backyard complete with fog machines! Over 20 minutes of amazing light effects, awesome animation tuned to excellent music. Not sure who coordinated it, but there was a random flash mob by 50 or so kids dancing the night away! it was pure awesomeness.  The event took a solid month to plan with support from numerous volunteers, sponsors, and the City of Cedar Park. Events like these are not possible without support and volunteers from residents like you. Any little bit helps... Don’t know what to do ? That’s OK, let us know that you are interested, and we’ll point you in the right direction. Starting this month, the HOA Board will be listing volunteer opportunities with where we need the most help from our community members. Take a peek and raise your hand if you are able to help out !  Event Sponsors: Standard Pacific, Foodapalooza, Primrose Vista Ridge,  Bellini›s Texas Grill,  Costco,  David Schara State Farm Insurance, City of Cedar Park, The Resist Attack Foundation, Peak Copyright © 2013 Peel, Inc.


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INJURY PREVENTION IN YOUNG ATHLETES

By Mike McTague As another fall sports season approaches, a major goal of the when the offseason ends and it’s time to get out and enjoy the 105 coaches, trainers, and parents is keeping the athletes healthy and degree Texas heat, the body is not ready to stand up to the stresses contributing to their respective sports. However, injury is inevitable suddenly placed on the body. A way to combat this is to promote and part of the game. Pediatric athletes present with a variety of an active, healthy lifestyle by putting down the Xbox controller and injuries, the most common being the overuse type like Osgood- spending more time outside, taking part in offseason conditioning Schlatter disease and stress fractures. These injuries occur due to camps, or participating in local fitness classes. excessive stress placed on bone, muscle and tendon tissue that are A guideline known as the “10% rule” has also been developed to constantly growing and not always at the same rate. Risk factors allow student athletes to transition back into sports activities. The for these injuries include asymmetry in joint flexibility/mobility idea is that the amount of training time, distance, repetitions, or and muscle strength, impaired balance, training and recovery errors, load should not be increased by greater than 10% per week. For and previous injury. There is potential for many overuse injuries example, if a student is running 10 miles per week, they should not to be prevented by knowing and following a few simple principles. run more than 11 miles in the following week. Pre-participation physical exams can be helpful for identifying Knowing the signs and symptoms of overuse injuries is many of the risk factors mentioned previously. It is recommended paramount. They are all too often written off as “growing pains” that these exams should include at minimum an assessment of joint and are allowed to increase in severity, resulting in extensive time mobility and flexibility and muscle strength and flexibility, as well away from sport during the recovery process. Common signs and as a thorough review of the past medical history to determine if symptoms include pain that is persistent in nature, takes longer than the student is even appropriate for athletics. Recently, functional usual to resolve, visible swelling, tenderness that can be localized to screening tools have been developed to reveal asymmetries and one area, and/or require interruption of normal athletic activities. imbalances during basic movement patterns that are the foundation Finally, having an open-line of communication between the for many of the movements required during sport. coaches, trainers, other health care professionals, parents, and Training and conditioning play a major role in injury prevention athletes is imperative in injury prevention. Lack of or inconsistencies as well. The term “cultural deconditioning” has been coined recently in the transfer of information between any of these parties can result to describe the decrease in physical activity in our youth that has in delayed access to proper prevention or treatment techniques and coincided with an increase in video game and computer use. So keep the athlete from performing at the highest possible level.

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RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK A FOCUS ON BACKPACK SAFETY TIPS By: Concentra Urgent Care

WEAR BOTH STRAPS The use of one strap causes one side of the body to bear the weight of the backpack. By using two shoulder straps, the weight of the backpack is evenly distributed. WEAR OVER STRONGEST MIDBACK MUSCLES Pay close attention to the way the backpack is positioned on the back. It should rest evenly in the middle of the back. Shoulder straps should be adjusted to allow the child to put on and take off the backpack without difficulty and allow free movement of the arms. Straps should not be too loose, and the backpack should not extend below the low back. LIGHTEN THE LOAD Keep the load at 10%-15% or less of the child’s body weight. Carry only those items that are required for the day. Organize the contents of the backpack by placing the heaviest items closest to the back. Some students have two sets of books, so as not to have to carry the heavy books to and from school. PROPER BACKPACK USAGE While a backpack is still one of the best ways to tote homework, an overloaded or improperly worn backpack gets a failing grade, according to the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA). Improper backpack use can cause injury, especially to children with young, growing muscles and joints. Injury can occur when a child, in trying to adapt to a heavy load, uses harmful postures such as arching the back, leaning forward or, if only one strap is used, leaning to one side. According to physical therapists, these postural adaptations can cause spinal compression and/or improper alignment, and may hamper the proper functioning of the disks between the vertebrae that provide a shock absorption. A too-heavy load also causes muscles and soft tissues of

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the back to work harder, leading to strain and fatigue. This leaves the back more vulnerable to injury. A heavy load may also cause stress or compression to the shoulders and arms. When nerves are compressed, the child may experience tingling or numbness in the arms. WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A BACKPACK Physical therapists recommend the following features when selecting a backpack: • A padded back to reduce pressure on the back and prevent the pack’s contents from digging into the child’s back • A waist belt to help distribute some of the load to the pelvis • Compression straps on the sides or bottom of the backpack that, when tightened, compress the contents of the backpack and stabilize the articles • Reflective material so that the child is visible to drivers at night THE RESULTS Worn correctly and not overloaded, a backpack is supported by some of the strongest muscles in the body: the back and abdominal muscles. These muscle groups work together to stabilize the trunk and hold the body in proper postural alignment. HOW A PHYSICAL THERAPIST CAN HELP A physical therapist can help you choose a proper backpack and fit it specifically to your child. Children come in all shapes and sizes, and some have physical limitations that require special adaptations. Additionally, a physical therapist can help improve posture problems, correct muscle imbalances, and treat pain that can result from improper backpack use. Physical therapists can also design individualized fitness programs to help children get strong and stay strong – and carry their own loads. For more information on backpack safety, visit the American Physical Therapy Association at www.apta. org.

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RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK RANCH AT BRUSHY CREEK SOLD PROPERTIES JULY/AUGUST 2013 ADDRESS

LIST PRICE

SOLD DATE

DOM

BEDS

BATHS

SQFT

505 S Frontier Ln

$295,000

07/11/13

17

4

2

2,542

3620 Turkey Path Bnd

$299,900

07/11/13

36

4

3

2,728

210 Saddle Ridge Dr

$249,500

07/18/13

15

3

2

1.865

114 Sport Horse

$346,530

07/08/13

5

3

2

2,514

301 Flagstone Ct

$281,500

07/31/13

2

3

2.5

2,676

3504 Twin Branch Dr

$352,831

07/10/13

64

4

3

3,409

3701 Steer Creek Ct

$332,500

07/29/13

0

3

2.5

2,711

3702 Steer Creek Ct

$345,000

07/30/13

41

4

3.5

3,265

502 S Frontier Ln

$379,900

07/19/13

37

4

3.5

3,640

3813 Campfire Dr

$383,294

07/10/13

64

4

3.5

2,912

4005 Gloucester Dr

$384,000

08/08/13

23

4

3.5

3,138

106 Sport Horse

$386,560

07/31/13

402

4

3.5

3,082

4108 Remington Rd

$387,870

07/15/13

1

4

3

3,123

217 Brangus Rd

$469,900

08/07/13

3

4

3.5

3,619

311 Angus Dr

$412,265

07/31/13

4

5

4.5

3,565

105 N Saddle Ridge

$479,900

08/02/13

3

4

3.5

3,361

313 Angus Dr.

$475,000

07/09/13

1

5

4

3,582

314 Bluff Point Bnd

$493,000

07/11/13

42

4

3.5

3,930

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