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THE HOPYARD VOICE BOARD OF DIRECTORS Dan Sweeney, President dsweeney@hazelland.com 540-891-1091 Melanie Smith, Secretary msmith@hazelland.com Chris Smith, Director cwshopyard@gmail.com WEBSITE www.TownSq.io MANAGEMENT Elizabeth Panzano, Community Manager 5888 Coakley Dr., King George, VA 22485 540-775-8350 hopyardfarm@verizon.net COMMUNITY MGMT. CORP. 4840 Westfields Blvd, Suite 300 Chantilly, VA 20153 703-631-7200 or 800-262-3090 BACKYARD WILDLIFE COMMITTEE Dee Garner, Chair deaniebg@aol.com COVENANTS COMMITTEE Marietto Jeffries, Chair Mariettoj@hotmail.com FINANCE COMMITTEE Chris Werle, Chair cwerle1@verizon.net POOL & REC COMMITTEE Ainsilie Hibbard, Chair hopyardfarmpr@gmail.com

The Hopyard Voice is published by Sassafras Creations, LLC and mailed free of charge to the residents of Hopyard Farm in King George, VA. Articles editorials, letters and advertisements do not reflect the opinions of the editor, publisher, residents or Board of Directors of the Hopyard Farm Property Owners Association. The publisher reserves the right to edit and reject any and all editorial and advertising submitted for publication in the Hopyard Voice. Every effort has been made to prevent typographical errors, however, Sassafras Creations, LLC cannot be held responsible for typographical or grammatical errors as all printed editorials are submitted to Sassafras Creations, LLC and not written by Sassafras Creations, LLC or any employee of Sassafras Creations, LLC.

All rights reserved. Reproduction of material, both editorial and advertising, is forbidden without the written permission of the publisher. IMPORTANT COMMUNITY PHONE NUMBERS: Animal Control......................................540-775-2120 Building Permits & Inspections.......540-775-7111 L.E. Smoot Memorial Library............540-775-2147 King George Sheriff's Office.............540-775-2049 Solid Waste & Recycling (Landfill)...540-775-3267 KG Parks & Recreation........................540-775-4FUN Service Authority..................................540-775-2746 Dominion Virginia Power...................866-366-4357 Fire, Rescue Emergency Services....540-775-8900 Copyright 2019 Sassafras Creations, LLC

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Important Reminders from the Office Submitted by Elizabeth Panzano, Community Manager | Email: hopyardfarm@verizon.net

MANAGER'S MESSAGE Is it Spring yet? The holidays are behind us, and hopefully you are still working on a couple of our New Year’s resolutions. I have absolutely loved the last couple months here at Hopyard Farm. Thank you so much to everyone who has given me such a warm welcome! In case I haven’t had an opportunity to meet you yet, I’m Elizabeth Panzano, but you can call me Beth. I live in Spotsylvania with my two awesome kids and our cat. I have been managing HOAs and condominium associations since 2002. I look forward to getting to know everyone here so please do not hesitate to come by the office if there is anything I can help you with or just to say hello! Speaking of resolutions, the fitness center has been getting quite a bit of use! We have recently had a couple of pieces of equipment repaired, and I want to remind everyone to lower weights down slowly on all equipment to avoid damage. Kids under 16 years old are not permitted in the fitness center without a parent present. If kids are using the gym inappropriately, the homeowner (parent) whose key fob they are using will be held responsible. I’d like to take this time to thank all of our community volunteers for lending your time and talents. Our committees are a very important part of making Hopyard Farm such a wonderful place to live. Volunteering is a great way to get involved in the community and meet some great people…your neighbors! If you are interested in getting involved, please contact me. We need help in the following areas: Backyard Wildlife Management, Covenants Committee, Finance Committee, Pool and Recreation Committee and Communications Committee. Committee sign-up forms are located on Town Square and are available in the office. 6

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As a reminder, trash/recycling cans are not permitted to be stored on your driveway or on the side of your home unless they are within an approved enclosure. Trash and recycling pick up is on Fridays, but if you have any large items to throw away just contact County Waste at 540-899-7722 for a special pickup time. Please keep your pets on a leash at all times and remember to clean up after them. Please note that the Developer is no longer responsible for plowing the streets that have been turned over to VDOT. These sections are 1 and 3. Please contact VDOT if you have any questions about plowing. Each homeowner is responsible for clearing the snow from the sidewalk in front of their home. Don’t forget that February is American Heart Health Month, Black History Month, Friendship Month and February 17th is Random Act of Kindness Day! n


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Submitted by Dan Sweeney, President | dsweeney@hazelland.com Greetings Hopyard Homeowners! It’s a new year and a new decade; welcome to 2020 – I hope it’s been a good one for you so far. It’s hard to believe the first month of the year has come and gone, and we’ve had our first HOA meeting of 2020. Our weather has been fairly mild thus far, but we still have February and March to contend with. I hope the weather trend will continue. Just a reminder in case of snow, VDOT is responsible for snow removal in Sections 1 and 3 (Bakers Lane, Champe Way, Coakley Drive {Clubhouse to Cul-de-Sac}, Fullers Lane, Hawser Drive, Hopyard Drive, McCarthy Drive, Nellie Lane and Parsons Lane). All remaining sections are the responsibility of the Developer – Hazel Land (Bagpipe Lane, Brassica Lane, Brewery Court, Coakley Drive {Clubhouse to Weems Drive}, Emerald Drive, Ianthas Way, Longbow Road, Spinnaker Lane, and Weems Drive). To all of our new homeowners: Welcome to Hopyard Farm! Your new community is a very active one! There are five (5) committees: Backyard Wildlife, Communications, Covenants, Pool and Recreation, and Finance. Please consider joining one of them; they are always looking for new volunteers, and it’s a great way to meet new homeowners and to get involved with your

community. If interested, please contact Elizabeth Panzano in the community office and pick up an application. To our current Board and/or Committee Members: Thank you for you serving the community! We appreciate all of the time you spend to keep things moving and to make Hopyard such a fun place to live. We know that time spent on the HOA is time spent away from your family, and the community is so fortunate to have you. As always, a couple of friendly reminders: 1) please watch your speed through the community – the safety of our residents should be important to everyone; and (2) please don’t forget to pick up behind your pets when walking through the neighborhood. It only takes a moment and your neighbors will be grateful for the kind gesture when they stroll through Hopyard Farm. Our next meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 16, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. in Hopyard Hall. This is the 2020 Annual Meeting. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend. I look forward to seeing you there.

Dan Sweeney

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MEET THE DAVE FAMILY

By Jon Burroughs

at-home mom. Jenn is originally from Buffalo, New York, and enjoys spending time on the water, travelling and meeting new people. She’s found joy at our community pool and loves meeting new neighbors. Jenn likes to travel and read; she hopes to explore all the fun places Virginia has to offer in the years to come.

MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS The past twelve months have yielded significant growth to the Hopyard Farm community. Nevertheless, the community culture hasn’t changed. Neighbors greet each other with a wave driving in and out of the community, stop to chat at the bus stop, or pause their family walk to speak to one-another. The sense of community within the Hopyard Farm neighborhood is strong; it connects us together and radiates to everyone who visits us for the first time. For the February issue of Hopyard Voice, I got to chat with Hopyardigans for whom our sense of community call - The Dave Family of Bakers Lane. Abhay and Jennifer “Jenn” Dave moved to Hopyard Farm from Connecticut in July of 2019 with their two children, Nadya and Antonio, and their family dog Lilly. Abhay and Jenn have been married for ten years and met in Rochester, New York. After a brief residency in Abhay’s native Connecticut, the couple moved to Virginia to continue Abhay’s career path. After just a few short months as Hopyardigans, the Dave Family know they will be our neighbors for years to come. Abhay has worked for the U.S. Marshals Service for 14 years and is currently the Assistant Chief of Congressional Affairs in Arlington, Virginia. Abhay attended John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Criminology. Abhay is a health and fitness enthusiast who enjoys sharing his passions with others. He spends his free time exercising and rooting for his favorite football team, the New England Patriots. Jenn, a former property manager, graduated from Bryant & Stratton College with an Associate’s Degree in Business. She is currently employed by the Dave children as a stay8

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Four-year-old Nadya is a precocious little ball of fire. Despite her young age, Nadya has a love of photography and spends time snapping pictures of everything she sees. Adorned in her princess dress, Nadya enjoys rough-housing with dad, playing with her Barbie dolls and Power Wheel vehicles. Antonio, a kindergartener at Sealston Elementary School, is finding a love of sports at an early age. At just five years old, Antonio plays T-ball and wrestles. When he’s not playing with his friends, you can find Antonio climbing trees. He looks forward to joining our Hopyard Hammerheads swim team this summer. While spending time with the Dave family, the minutes went by unnoticed. Although I was there to interview them for the article, the Dave family spent time getting to know me too. Their graciousness and genuine love of our community shone through during our time together. Whether walking in the neighborhood or hanging out by the pool, you’ll find the Dave family ready to meet you - make sure to say hello! n


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Personal Needs Items• Bar Soap • Shampoo • Diapers • Deodorant for Men and Women • Toothbrushes & Toothpaste • Shaving Cream for Men and Women Paper Products• Paper Towels • Toilet Paper • Facial Tissue Donation Drop Box Locations• Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank, 3631 Lee Hill Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22408 • Avery-Hess Realtors, 774 Warrenton Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22406 • Y.M.C.A. , 5700 Smith Station Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22407 • Y.M.C.A., 212 Butler Road, Fredericksburg, VA 22406 • River Woods of Fredericksburg,, 2000 Woodlyn Drive, Fredericksburg, VA 22401 Source: fredfood.org/most-needed-items

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Christmas Yard Decorating Contest! Your Pool and Rec Committee tallied votes and announced the winners of 2019’s Christmas Lights House Contest! First place won a $100 Amazon gift card, yard sign, and certificate; second place won a $25 Amazon gift card, yard sign, and certificate; and 3rd place and Honorable Mentions received a certificate. There were SO MANY wonderful houses!!! A lot of time and effort went into bringing the holiday spirit to Hopyard! Thank you to everyone who participated! Honorable Mentions: 11695 Hopyard 5254 Longbow 6124 McCarthy 5329 Longbow 5142 Spinnaker 6204 Hawser 5213 Weems TIE for 3rd Place: 11575 Hopyard and 6226 Hawser 2nd Place: 5192 Spinnaker

1st Place: 5136 Spinnaker

The Covenants Committee We are homeowners who choose to serve the community in an effort to make a difference. We are all bound by the Exterior Architectural Guidelines, and as a committee, we serve to help you attain whatever changes you desire (as long as they fit within the guidelines). We meet with fellow homeowners and work to help you understand how your plans fit within the guidelines. We are not the board of directors and do not have final say or authority regarding your application. We make recommendations. What we do is not easy. Each year we review the guidelines and propose changes to the board. Changes to the Trash Can shelters, the Storm Doors, and Storage Sheds, are just a few of the results of our proposed changes to the board. In order to help us better serve you, please make sure that you have the current copy of the guideline dated 3 Sept 2015. Make sure you have the latest edition of the application form. In addition, if you have an interest in serving our community, you are welcome to join the Covenants Committee and make a difference. We meet one day per month for about an hour. We review application weekly and work to give fellow homeowners and opportunity to beautify and personalize their property. Join the committee. On behalf of your Hopyard Farm Covenants Committee, Marietto Jeffries, Chairman 12

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Shabeer & Shakila Khan ~ 11219 Ithaca Ct Justin Campbell ~ 5840 Coakley Dr N Warfield Burrell & D Burrell ~ 11218 Ithaca Ct Leonardo C. Lawrence ~ 11650 Hopyard Dr Wesley Brewer ~ 11327 Emerald Dr Nancy M. Trower ~ 6250 Hawser Dr Michael E. & Amber Jackson ~ 11771 Fullers Ln Stephen & Carol Herskovitz ~ 11341 Emerald Dr Randall Finley ~ 11789 Bakers Ln Tyler Moore ~ 11356 Emerald Dr S. Cavin & K. Norman ~ 11303 Emerald Dr Amanda Vanderveer ~ 11297 Emerald Dr K. Cavin Sr. & B. Cavin ~ 11309 Emerald Dr Alexander & Andrea Olig ~ 11234 Ithaca Ct V. Gil-Montoya & R. Boterf ~ 11222 Ithaca Ct Tonya Makle ~ 11333 Emerald Dr Jamonte Parker ~ 5467 Leedstown Rd Adam Longsdorf ~ 11349 Emerald Dr William D. & Mary E. Hawkins ~ 11321 Emerald Dr Joseph B. & Cozetta R. Gadson ~ 11332 Emerald Dr Parker W. & Annie E. Page ~ 5977 Parsons Ln Katherine H. Green ~ 6174 Hawser Dr Robert & Brenda Sampson ~ 11372 Emerald Dr Trevor A. & Carly F. Rogers ~ 11290 Emerald Dr Jacob Nedza ~ 11302 Emerald Dr A.Sungho Choi & L. Yi ~ 5485 Leedstown Rd A. Holmes Mullenix & J. Mullenix ~ 11338 Emerald Dr

HOA Applications

6426 Brewery Ct ~ Trex Deck 11791 Fullers Lane ~ 8x8 shed 11791 Fullers Lane ~ 3 rail, split rail fence w/ wire mesh 11297 Emerald Drive ~ 3 rail Split rail fence w/ wire mesh 11230 Ithaca Ct. ~ Deck 11625 Hopyard Drive ~ Front Door w/ shutter change 11234 Ithaca Court ~ Split rail fence 6412 Brewery Court ~ Radon Mitigation 6383 Brewery Court ~ Radon Mitigation 6191 McCarthy Drive ~ Deck with stairs 11309 Emerald Drive ~ Generator w/ underground tank 11309 Emerald Drive ~ Garage light fixture 6409 Brewery Ct. ~ Landing, steps, Patio w/ grill, & sitting wall


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Have A BALL With King George Parks & Recreation by Chris Clarke, Director of Parks and Recreation

Here ye, here ye! It’s time for our annual parent and child balls and you are cordially invited to join us. We start things off with the Mother/Son Fairytale Ball on Friday, February 7th for moms and their sons ages 5 and up. The next night, Saturday, February 8th, is the Father/Daughter Fairytale Ball for dads and their daughters ages 7 and up. Finally, on Saturday, February 29th, the Father Daughter Princess Ball is for children 4-6 and their dads. These semiformal events will have dinner, pictures, dancing, and more! All three Balls are $30 per couple, additional children are $15 each. These events will sell out and pre-registration is required. February will start new sessions of all of Ms. Amanda’s classes. Tot Time is a drop-in program on Tuesdays at 10:00 a.m. at the Citizens Center. Come out and enjoy an hour of play time, crafts, stories, and a snack. Moving and Grooving with Music is on Thursdays at 9:15 a.m. Explore rhythm, instruments, and singing in this great class. Fridays bring the Parent and Me Science Classes at 9:30 a.m. Detailed descriptions including exact dates, fees, and supplies needed are in our Recreation Exploration Guide as well as online at https:// www.kinggeorgecountyva.gov/384/Parks-Recreation

Soccer registration is here for the spring. Stop by the Citizens Center and register for our most popular team sport. Kids ages 6 and up can play for just $88 if you already have the uniform, $98 if you need to purchase a uniform. Coaches are also needed. Please contact our office to volunteer, 540-775-4386. Practices will begin in March and games in April. Finally, we are searching for a new student representative for the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee. The Committee meets the third Wednesday of every month at 6:30 p.m. at the Citizens Center. Their mission is to advise the Director of Parks & Recreation on the recreation needs of our community. Interested candidates should contact Chris Clarke for an application. The deadline to apply is March 4th. Information on all of these things, plus all of our other programs and special events, can be found in the Recreation Exploration Guide available at the Citizens Center (8076 Kings Hwy.) or online at https://www.kinggeorgecountyva. gov/384/Parks-Recreation You can also contact our office by phone at 540-775-4386. n

KG Animal Control - Dog At Large There is no Leash Law but a Running At Large law: As long as you can control your dog vocally or any other means that your dog will respond to you so not to be loose on its own without supervision. However, if you feel it is safer and more secure for your dog to be leashed, then please do so. In areas where there are a lot of people or animals, I would leash my dog anytime it’s off its property. As long as your dog is on its property (YARD), it does not have to be confined, fenced, or leashed. However, again it is safer if your dog or any animal is supervised at ALL times. Kevin Eller, Animal Control Supervisor King George Animal Control DEFINITION Running at large. A dog shall be deemed to running at large while roaming, running or self-hunting off the property of its owner or custodian and not under its owner’s or custodian’s immediate control.

County Ordinance Taken from the State Code • Sec. 3-47. - Running at large prohibited; penalty for violation. (a) It shall be unlawful for the owner of any dog to allow a dog to run at large anywhere in the county during the months of April, May, June and July of any year. (b) It shall be unlawful for the owner of any dog to allow such dog to run at large at any time, in the areas of the county zoned R-1, R-2, R-3, C-1, C-2, I-1, I, in any trailer park, manufactured home park, in any area designated as a major subdivision under the most current zoning ordinance as amended from time to time; in county parks; or on the grounds of any school property or property operated by the county school board. (c) An animal control officer, law enforcement officer or other officer may issue a summons to the owner and/or custodian of the dog subject to these provisions, to appear in court for a hearing on the matter. (d) A violation of this section shall result in a civil penalty of $50.00 for a first violation, $100.00 for a second violation, and $150.00 for every subsequent violation. Each occurrence of a dog belonging to a particular owner running at large in violation of this chapter shall be considered a separate violation and an additional penalty shall apply as set out in this section regardless of whether or not it is the same canine or canine crossbreed previously found to be running at large. HOPYARD VOICE • Febraury 2020 / March 2020

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Easy Valentine Sandwich Cookies By Laria Tabull (Allrecipes.com)

Makes 17 3-inch sandwich cookies and 17 1 ½-inch heart shaped cookies. You’ll need a 3-inch heart shaped cutter and a 1 ½ inch heart shaped cutter. Ingredients 1/2 teaspoon almond extract (optional) 1 cup butter 2 ½ cups all-purpose flour 1 ½ cups confectioner’s sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda 1 egg 1 teaspoon cream of tartar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Directions 1) I n large bowl, cream together butter and confectioner’s sugar. Beat in egg, vanilla, and almond extract. Mix well. 2) In medium bowl, stir together flour, baking soda, and cream of tartar; blend into the butter mixture. Divide dough into thirds and shape into balls. 3) Working with 1/3 of dough at a time, roll out dough into desired thickness on a lightly floured surface. For each heart sandwich cookie, cut out 2 3-inch hearts. Cut out the center of ONE of the 3-inch hearts with the 1 ½ inch cutter. 4) P lace each piece separately on an ungreased cookie sheet, 1-2 inches apart. Bake in a preheated, 350 degrees F oven until lightly browned (7-8 mins for ¼ inch thick cookies. Cool completely on wire rack. Frost bottom cookie with pink Valentine frosting and place an open centered cookie on to form the sandwich. Also, frost the small 1 1/2 -inch hearts and serve as separate cookies. HOPYARD VOICE • Febraury 2020 / March 2020

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Sweetheart’s Giveaway Looking to share a romantic evening with your sweetheart? A lucky neighbor will win two tickets to the Riverside Dinner Theater! All you need to do is fill out this entry form and send it in with a photo of you and your sweetheart! You must be 21 years or older and a resident of Hopyard. Entries must be received by February 14, 2020 Winner will be announced on February 17, 2020 Mail Entry To: P.O. Box 578, King George, VA 22485 Email Entry To: Info@HopyardVoice.com, (Subject: Sweetheart Giveaway)

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Name: _________________________________________ Address: _______________________________________ _______________________________________________ Phone Number: __________________________________ What is something you love about your sweetheart? _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ Photos may be published in an upcoming issue of Hopyard Voice magazine

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A Placeholder in Time That Stirs Emotions and Ignites Memories By Christina Burroughs

The wind lightly brushes the leaves and the seeds that had grown into beautiful blossoms wither back to the ground from which they came. The elapsing of time can’t be stopped; it waits for no one. In the blink of an eye, everything can change. However, it often feels like nothing changes at all until an old photo falls out of a box or social media flashes back to a time in the not-so-distant past. Some of the most precious things in life are the things that flood hearts with memories in an instant like a photograph, a letter, a diary, or maybe just a post-it-note. The Feature Family article is a prime example of a placeholder in time that stirs emotions and ignites memories. To the neighbors in the community, it introduces a family or an individual; it teaches them something they didn’t know and creates a way to relate when an obvious conversation starter doesn’t seem present. Neighbors can appreciate the diversity that beautifully melds to create this community called home. This community is an anthology made up of all the stories of its residents. The Feature Family article is an artifact of those stories; it’s a recapping of a person or family’s legacy; a chance to remember a loved one who’s no longer with us or a pet that

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crossed over Rainbow Bridge. The Feature Family article is a little one’s favorite bedtime story and a chance for them to feel famous and proud of their family. For a parent, it’s a way to look back and remember all their child’s favorite things to do or maybe just one special dinosaur. It’s a unit of measurement to gauge how far one’s really come, and a tool to remember one specific day that family came together for photographs and discussed everything important in that one moment in time. The Feature Family is a smiling face on what may have otherwise been a stack of bills. It may be waiting to greet you on the best of days or maybe even the worst. It’s a reminder of why residents here chose Hopyard. For those families who choose to be Feature Families, it’s their own family smiling back at them reinforcing the best day or converting the worst. Hopyard Voice is looking for Feature Families and Individuals for future issues to keep the “anthology” going, and your story’s exactly what’s needed next! Email Info@ HopyardVoice.com In loving memory of our dear neighbor Marco Rosa-February 2019 Hopyard Voice Feature Family


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2/15: Valentine’s Day Afternoon Tea Belle Grove Plantation, King George 2/21-22: February Ladies Winter Retreat Belle Grove Plantation Bed & Breakfast, King George 3/7-8: Psychic Medium Weekend Belle Grove Plantation Bed & Breakfast, King George 3/14: President’s Day Celebration and Madison Birthday Remembrance Belle Grove Plantation, King George 3/28: Mad Hatter Tea Party Belle Grove Plantation, King George 2/14 & 2/17: Canstruction Spotsylvania Towne Centre, Fredericksburg 2/21: WPER Presents A Night of Love & Laughter In Fredericksburg Salem Fields Community Church, Fredericksburg

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Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, Fredericksburg 2/14 & 3/13: 2nd Friday Art Walk Colonial Beach Town Commons, Colonial Beach 2/11 + Add’l Dates: The Cat in the Hat Riverside Center for the Performing Arts, Fredericksburg 3/25 + Add’l Dates: Bright Star Riverside Dinner Theater, Fredericksburg

YOUNG HOPYARD AUTHOR Are you a young Hopyardigan between the ages of 14-19 years old who is interested in having your writing published?

We’d love to hear from you about contributing to upcoming issues of the Hopyard Voice magazine in our “Young Hopyard Author” column! Your contribution comes with a certificate of acknowledgement to supplement your portfolio, as well as a stipend to show our appreciation for your time and effort. Please email Info@HopyardVoice.com today!

Don’t Forget About CLUBHOUSE RENTALS Please contact Community Office for Details! HOPYARD VOICE • Febraury 2020 / March 2020

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NEXT HOA MEETING: Thursday, April 16th @ 7PM in the Clubhouse Open to All Residents; Looking Forward to Seeing You There!

“Your Resident Realtor” Christina Burroughs MA, MRP

Cell: (301) 848-1245 ChristinaRMBurroughs@gmail.com Lic #: 0225234437 608 William St. Fredericksburg, VA 22401 Each office is independently owned and operated

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