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THE LAKEWOOD LEADER

LAKEWOOD LEADER December 2013

Volume 7, Issue 12

News for The Residents of Lakewood

DECEMBER EVENTS

at the Wildflower Center Submitted by Saralee Tiede

WILD IDEAS SHOPPING EVENT DECEMBER 6-8, 9 A.M. TO 5 P.M. Featuring free admission, local artists wares in the Visitors Gallery Saturday and Sunday, Early Bird Specials Friday and Sunday morning, book signings and other offerings in The Store, and lots of opportunities to find beautiful scarves, nature images, glassware, soaps and other holiday gift options. LUMINATIONS DEC. 14 AND 15, 6 TO 9 P.M. Hundreds of luminarias light our garden paths, and twinkly lights light the trees as we celebrate the holidays with two free nights of music and festivities, including a visit from Frosty the Snowman. Bring two canned goods for the Capital Area Food Bank as entry fee. CLOSED FOR THE WINTER BREAK DEC. 23 THROUGH JANUARY 1, 2014 The Wildflower Center will be open Tuesday through Sunday in December through Sunday, December 22. Hours are listed at www. wildflower.org/visit.

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Crossword Puzzle

Lakewood Garbage & Recycling Dates

BLUE CARTS (BI-WEEKLY PICKUP) Thursday 12/12 Friday 12/27 Thursday 1/9 Thursday 1/23 GARBAGE & YARD TRIMMINGS

Every Thursday, except: Christmas week, pick up slides to Friday, 12/27 New Years week, pick up slides to Friday, 1/3 LARGE BRUSH WEEKLY PICKUP

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Week of December 16

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Note: If tied with twine as a manageable bundle no heavier than 50 lbs, branches and limbs up to 3” diameter and up to 5’ long are picked up curbside every Thursday, except holiday weeks as noted above.

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BULKY ITEMS Week of January 20 PER CITY ORDINANCE §15-6-17, GARBAGE & RECYCLING CARTS:

• may be placed curbside “between 8:00 p.m. on the day preceding collection and 6:30 a.m. on the collection day” and, • must be removed “not later than 10:00 p.m. on the collection day.”

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PER ORDINANCE §16-6-128: Violations are subject to penalties of $100 - $2,000 for each day of the offense, doubled/trebled for 2nd or 3rd conviction in any 24-month period. PER LAKEWOOD COVENANTS AND BYLAWS:

All waste containers must be stored in a manner such that they are not visible from the street or a neighboring property. Copyright © 2013 Peel, Inc.

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THE LAKEWOOD LEADER I enjoy watching Hotel Impossible on the Travel Channel. For those who don’t know, the Star is Anthony Melchiorri is an enjoyable, thoughtful, and smart individual who goes around to hotels that are in trouble, and have asked for his help. Recently, he came upon a hotel in Arizona which didn’t have a working fire alarm system, and all of the fire extinguishers were out of date. There are several fire safety related items in our lives which we all need to consider: A. Check smoke detectors and replace batteries yearly. Replace the entire smoke detector every ten years or at intervals recommended by the manufacturer. B. There are probably few people who, after fighting a fire, said that their fire extinguisher was too big. C. When you buy an extinguisher, the warranty is a good indication of how long it will last (commonly ten years). I would have a hard time throwing a ten year old extinguisher away, but would use it as a backup. D. Check the pressure gauge on the extinguisher. It will indicate that it is full or Empty. E. If you partially use an extinguisher, replace it. Most home units are not refillable.

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F. Go over the fire extinguisher’s instructions with all family members who are old enough to use an extinguisher. Typically, you pull a pin, and squeeze a trigger.

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THE LAKEWOOD LEADER CROSSWORD PUZZLE Crossword Puzzle ACROSS ACROSS 1. Charge 1. Charge 5. bishop 5. Syrian Syrian bishop 9. Against 9. Against 10. 10. Landing Landing 11. 11. Leaves Leaves 12. box 12. Boom Boom box 13. Allure 13. Allure 15. African antelope African antelope 16. Polite 18. Leafy green green 21. Marry Esophagus 22. Esophagus 26. Woken 28. Goad 29. Type Type of 29. of tooth tooth 30. Refer 30. Refer 31. Posttraumatic Posttraumatic stress 31. stress disorder disorder 32. Sieve Sieve 32.

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Happy Holidays

the© 2006. educational Feature Exchange and developmental needs of your child.

Now accepting enrollment for our winter camp. Space is limited. Call us or drop in at any of our 3 beautiful locations.

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THE LAKEWOOD LEADER SEND US YOUR

Event Pictures!!

Do you have a picture of an event that you would like to run in this newsletter? Send it to us and we will publish it in the next issue. Email the picture to lakewood@peelinc. com. Be sure to include the text that you would like to have as the caption. Pictures will appear in color online at www.PEELinc.com.

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You’re Invited to

In the Dog Park Bring your dog and your family to enjoy our exclusive Dog Park and support the Austin Humane Society Sunday, December 15th 2:00pm to 4:00pm DogBoy’s Dog Ranch

Admission to the event is a donation to the AHS. All event profits will be donated to AHS!

RSVP online to learn AHS donation options and receive the following: Pictures with your dog at the holiday photo booth Hot Chocolate provided by Amy’s Ice Cream Free drink ticket compliments of Saint Arnold Brewing VIP parking pass Satisfaction of helping an orphaned pup

Make a difference this holiday season and have fun doing it! Visit dogboys.com/christmas to sign up today. Copyright © 2013 Peel, Inc.

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