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Copperfield March 2018

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LICENSED HEAT FREE 1st lb. Freon (R410 only) 1/2 Priced Condenser Coil Cleaning 1 Yr. Warranty On Parts Changed We Value Your Business All Brands Serviced Local Neighborhood Company Fast Personalized Service We Will Heat & Cool Your Castle! TEXAS ROOFING & GUTTERS ALL TYPES OF ROOFING REPAIRS • Complete New Roof and Repairs • TPO Membrane Roof Systems • Ridge & Soffit Vents • New Flat Roofs and Repairs • Chimney & Flashing • Solar Power Vents • Skylight Replacement • Sheetrock & Paint • Hardie Plank Siding • Blown Insulation FREE ESTIMATES 832-931-6239 www.texasroofingandgutters.com 5707 Addicks Satsuma Rd, Suite B • Houston, TX 77084 texasroofingngutters@gmail.com TACLB021058E INSURED COOL COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL RE-ROOF SPECIALIST 30 Years Experience, and hundreds of Satisfied Customers! $150 Discount On Full House Attic Insulation Expires 4/15/18. 5” and 6” Aluminum Seamless Gutters. 25 different color varieties. $100 Discount On Complete Gutter Maintenance Expires 4/15/18. Standing Seam & R-Panel Metal Roof Installation and Metal Restoration (Professional Work Reference) • If you were able to save your azaleas during the cold snap of January, March is when our azaleas really put on a beautiful show for us. Plenty of water and proper feedingswill provide a colorful showing for you to enjoy. Following these steps will really help your azaleas: Feed with nutrients specifically designed for azaleas (azalea/gardenia/ camellia combinations are available). Feed 6 weeks after first blooms, feed again 6 weeks later, then again, for a total of 3 times within 12 weeks. Do not trim until the blooming season has been completed Be sure to monitor soil acidity - azaleas do best when the ph level is between 5.6 and 6.5, with 6.0 being ideal. If the acidity is too great, add sawdust, dried mulch or ferrous sulfate tilled into the soil. Have the soil tested to ensure the proper balance. • Obtain Impatiens or Begonias for your garden or planter boxes now for low-light areas as the availability of these flowers dwindles as the warmer days come upon us. • Now is the time to fight weeds in your lawn areas as winter rains help add to the weed presence. Be sure to apply a post-emergent broadleaf product such as “Fertilome Weed-Free Zone” or “Bonide Weed Beater Ultra” to control weeds and prevent your lawn from having to compete for nutrients. • Now is the perfect time to “short-mow” your lawn if you haven’t already done so. Cut the height down 1” lower than normally maintained to vacuum up dead grass and open up the roots to water, sunlight and fertilizer so that new growth can now begin. This process is also recommended over mechanical de-thatching as this candamage St. Augustine. If you do not care to short-mow, adding humus to your lawn can also help break down the thatch. • You should add new topsoil now, before new growth emerges if leveling or building is needed and the weather grows too warm. • Remember not to over-plant the area as too many plants will suck the nutrients out of the soil too quickly, not to mention creates a haven for insect and rodent pests to flourish in the overgrowth. • Your watering schedule should be altered slightly as growth is beginning to accelerate and our days are also beginning to grow slightly warmer. FRONT COVER PHOTOS WANTED! We are looking for great photos to use on the front cover of your newsletter! Pictures must be high quality (min 300 dpi). No cell phone photos allowed. Email photos for consideration to lorie@krenekprinting.com with the name of your subdivision, and any credits that should be published with your photo (such as a professional photographer.) Names of children and/or adults shown on the photo will be included by request only. Although not a requirement, we like to use themes each month based on holidays, summer, winter, etc. By submitting your photo, you are giving permission to use your photo on the cover or inside your newsletter, as well as other Krenek Printing publications. Deadline for submission is the 5th of each month. The next due date will be March 5th for the April 2018 publications and April 5th for the May 2018 publications. 16 March 2018 | Copperfield Community Newsletter

School News Pre-Schools EPIPHANY LUTHERAN SCHOOL 2018 SPRING CARNIVAL SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2018, 10 AM to 2 PM 14423 West Rd., Houston, TX 77041, 713-896-1843 Free Admission Come on out and experience fun for the whole family! The children can enjoy games, face painting and food while the adults can shop at our onsite vendors. There will also be a silent auction that’s sure to include something for everyone as well as a live auction that will begin at 1:30 PM for those who are a little bit more competitive. Tickets for the attractions will be available for purchase the day of the carnival. Cash and credit cards will be accepted. Interested vendors can contact Heather at ptl@elcsh.org. Please join us for some great family fun while raising money for the children of Epiphany Lutheran School! FREE COMMUNITY EVENT! 1 ST ANNUAL NORTHWEST PRESCHOOL PREVIEW Come learn more about NW area preschools. Representatives from multiple area preschools will be in attendance. This is a free interactive event, open to everyone! Date: Sunday, April 8, 2018 Location: Cypress Christian School 11123 Cypress N Houston Rd Houston, TX 77065 Time: 1- 3 PM ST. ELIZABETH ANN SETON EDUCATIONAL DAY OUT SERVICES (S.E.E.D.S.) NOW REGISTERING www.seascs.org Email admissions director, climes@seascs.org St. Elizabeth’s Educational Day-Out Services (S.E.E.D.S), is a developmentally appropriate Catholic Early Childhood Program at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church serving children 18 months to five years of age. We are Nationally Accredited through NAEYC and have been serving this community for over 25 years. Our program provides a well-rounded education in a spirit of exploration and discovery along with specialty classes-Music, Spanish and Science Enrichment Lab. We are now open for registration for 2 day, 3 day and 5 day session options along with before and after school care. If you are interested in enrolling your child in our quality program or just want more information about S.E.E.D.S, please contact our office at 281-855-2503 or visit www. seedsrootedinlove.org. We offer tours at your convenience, please call. BEAR CREEK UNITED METHODIST CHURCH SCHOOL 16000 Rippling Water Drive, Houston, TX 77084 Registration for 2018-2019 School Year is open. BCUMCS offers a developmentally appropriate curriculum in a Christian environment for children 12 months through kindergarten. Call 281-463-2969 for a tour or check our website bcumcs.org. Private Schools CYPRESS CHRISTIAN SCHOOL NEWS CCS to Participate in the College Board AP Capstone Diploma Program CCS is one of approximately 1,500 high schools worldwide to implement the AP Capstone Program - an innovative program that allows students to develop skills that matter most for college success, such as research, collaboration and communication. Developed in direct response to feedback from higher education faculty and college admission officers, AP Capstone complements the in-depth, subject-specific study of Copperfield Community Newsletter | March 2018 17