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Your Community is Fighting Back
We have already won the case, but...
you must file your claim to be eligible for compensation.
After Harvey, the Army Corps of Engineers refused to take responsibility for
intentionally using Upstream properties to store storm water. After a hard-fought
courtroom battle in 2019, Judge Lettow issued his decision. He found the
government liable under the Fifth Amendment for the intentional flooding of
Upstream homes and businesses. In a landmark case, Judge Lettow ruled that
intentional government action was the sole cause of the Upstream flooding.
Upstream residents have filed lawsuits to protect and enforce their Fifth
Amendment rights to just compensation. Attorney Armi Easterby is honored to
represent over 1,300 Upstream families and businesses.
The Chief Judge of the Court of
Federal Claims picked attorney Armi
Easterby to serve as Co-Lead Counsel
to protect the rights of individual
plaintiffs. Armi and his legal team
have taken the lead in obtaining
sworn testimonies from dozens of
government witnesses in
Washington, D.C., West Virginia, and
Texas. Pictures and videos from our
Upstream plaintiffs helped to prove
that the Army Corps’ actions were
the sole cause of flooding. Litigation
is still ongoing to determine financial
compensation and there is still time
to file a claim.
Get a free consultation
with no obligation.
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CONCORD BRIDGE HELPFUL NUMBERS
Preferred Management Services, AAMC®
P.O. Box 690269 Houston, TX 77269 • 281-897-8808
Kay Serventi, Property Manager
CONCORD BRIDGE BOARD MEMBERS
Mary Ann Harvey, President
Maria Cutlip Vice President
Sandra Peters, Secretary
Trudy Culp, Treasurer
Daria Gorrity, Member at Large
*Mail all Board correspondence to
CB Board of Directors,
c/o Preferred Management Services
P.O. Box 690269 Houston, TX 77269
CONCORD BRIDGE WEBSITE
Krenek Printing Co. www.krenekprinting.com 281-463-8649
Concord Bridge Pet Hotline 281-468-9414
www.facebook.com/#!/Concord Bridge PetHotline
SWIM TEAM INFORMATION
Sharlondrea Basquine-Franklin, Board Pres. 713-931-7066
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Horsepen Bayou- MUD
Billing Questions 281-290-6500
Service & Repair 281-290-6503
Comcast Communications 713-341-1000
Reliant Energy 713-207-2222
Texas Pride Disposal- Horsepen Bayou MUD 281-342-8178
Constable, Contract 99 281-463-6666
Cy-Fair Fire Dept. 911
Non Emergency 713-466-4073
MUD 102 Harris County Sheriff Office 713-221-6000
Horsepen Bayou MUD-Constable Precinct 5 281-463-6666
Cy-Fair Hospital 281-890-4285
Memorial City Hospital 713-932-3000
Poison Control Center 1-800-764-7661
Post Office-Griffith Station 1-800-275-8777
Lee Elementary 713-849-8281
Hairgrove Elementary 713-896-5015
Truitt Middle School 281-856-1100
Cypress Ridge HS 281-807-8000
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CONCORD BRIDGE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020, 8 AM TO 2 PM
Notices will be in local venues and signs will be placed at the entrances
to Concord Bridge. You may put out personal signs, but they must be
removed the same day. The dangers of exposure to COVID-19 still exist.
You are responsible for maintaining all COVID-19 precautions for yourself
and shoppers on your property.
ANNUAL MEETING & ELECTIONS
TO BE DETERMINED
At the newsletter deadline, the date had not been determined. Depending
on the status of COVID-19, the annual meeting may be conducted
via Zoom. When you receive your proxy in the mail, please complete
following the directions with the proxy to decide what method you wish
to use in submitting your proxy. There will be three positions available
this year. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Concord
Bridge Board of Directors, please contact Preferred Management as soon
HOLIDAY DECORATIONS JUDGES
Would you like to judge the holiday decorations this year? Usually we
ask everyone to be sure to turn their lights on the 2 nd or 3 rd weekend of
December. The date will be determined by the judges and posted online
and on the marquees. If you are interested, please contact Preferred
Management Services at 281-897-8808.
HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS
Halloween will definitely be different this year. If you are going to allow
your child(ren) to Trick or Treat, please be aware of COVID-19 exposure
possibilities. There probably will not be as many homes distributing
candy. It is even more important for small children to be accompanied
by adult this year. The following tips and using COMMON SENSE should
make this a treat for the young and old.
• Young children should always be accompanied by an adult.
• Never trick-or-treat alone. Have at least 2 buddies go with you.
• Plan your entire route and make sure your family knows what it is.
• Make sure that you are wearing a flame retardant costume.
• Wait until you get home and your parents check your candy before you
• Be very cautious of strangers.
• Accept treats only in the doorway. Never go inside a house.
• Be sure and say thank you for your treats.
• Don’t play near lit jack-o-lanterns.
• Visit only houses where the lights are on.
• Walk, do not run.
• Walk on sidewalks and driveways.
• Cross the street at the corner or in a crosswalk.
• Take a cell phone with you if possible.
• Wear a watch.
• Carry a flashlight.
Have a safe and fun day!
CONCORD BRIDGE PETS
Have you lost a pet or found a dog or cat? You can contact the Concord
Bridge Pet Hotline at 281-468-9414 and on the Facebook account, www.
facebook.com/#!/Concordbridgehotline. You can use this source to report
lost and found animals. This has been a great help in returning lost and
found animals to their owners. Even if you don’t have access to Facebook,
you can call 281-468-9414. It is far more efficient than posting illegal signs
all over the neighborhood. Another great source for finding a lost pet or
reporting a rescued one is nextdoor.com/concordbridge. Harris County
requires that all pets be on a leash or confined within your yard. Unleashed
dogs are a nuisance to your neighbors and other pets. Please pick up all
dog waste and dispose of it properly. Remember, our children play in the
park areas and their yards. It’s very inconsiderate of you to allow your dog
to defecate if others yards and the parks. When walking your dogs, please
be prepared to remove any waste they may leave behind.
CenterPoint Energy depends on the assistance of customers to help
identify streetlights in need of repair. If you notice a streetlight outage or
a streetlight on during daylight hours, visit CenterPoint Energy’s website
https://slo.centerpointenergy.com to report the issue. You may also call
713-207-2222 to report an outage.
When reporting a streetlight in need of repair, it is important to provide
• Light number
• Location description
• Streetlight address, city, state and zip
• Problem description
Texas Pride Disposal is the company used in all sections of Concord
Bridge. For information regarding your service, please contact them at
Time: Have waste ready for collection no later than 6 AM
• Waste must be placed in bags or personal containers between 20 and
• Cans or bags cannot exceed 50 pounds.
• Two heavy items collected EVERY service day.
Heavy trash/bulk waste includes waste that is not generated on a regular
• Furniture (couch, table, mattress, box spring, desk, dresser, etc.).
• Appliances (washer, dryer, dishwasher, etc.).
• Hot Water Heaters.
• Fencing/Decking/Siding (please remove nails, cut into lengths 4’ or less
and tie and bundle under 50 pounds, limit eight bundles per service day).
• Trampolines (broken down, please place metal with recycling if possible).
• Carpeting/Flooring (please cut into lengths 4’ or shorter and tie and
bundle under 50 pounds, limit eight bundles per service day).
• Place grass clippings in cans or bags under 50 pounds.
• Branches should be placed in CLEAR, INDIVIDUAL piles measuring no
larger than 3’ x 3’ x 3’ or tied and bundled and under 50 pounds. Limit
eight bundles per service day.
TRASH CANS SHOULD BE STORED OUT OF SIGHT ON ALL NON-TRASH
ANNUAL HOMEOWNERS FEES
Your annual fees of $370 were due on January 1, 2020 and were delinquent
on February 1, 2020. Unless you made arrangements for a payment plan
with Preferred Management late fees will begin to accumulate. DO NOT
ignore notifications from Preferred Management. Late fees, penalties and
interest on amounts add up quickly. If you ignore them, legal fees will
also be added.
Pool/recreation access will not be given to homeowners with delinquent
PROPER DISPOSAL HELPS EVERYONE!
Do you know what to do with leftover used cooking oil and grease?
Never wash cooking fats, oil or grease (FOG) down the drain, as they can
cause the sewer line to back up into your home. If the drain clogs and
causes a sewer line blockage it may cause the back up to flow onto the
street and into the storm drains which flow to our bayous and eventually
Galveston Bay. This material is harmful to the waterways and the creatures
that live there.
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During the coronavirus
pandemic, we are:
Screening all patients,
ensuring only those without
COVID-19 symptoms are
seen in the office.
Houston Methodist West Hospital
can see you safely.
Getting your annual mammogram is one of the most
important steps you can take to stay healthy. That’s why
our Breast Care Centers are taking every necessary
precaution during the coronavirus pandemic to keep
you and our staff members safe.
Wearing masks and other
personal protective equipment
while providing patient care.
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Redesigning waiting rooms
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The Harris County Household Hazardous Waste Facility provides a free
residential FOG drop-off site for easy disposal. FOG items can be recycled
into bio-diesel fuels, a feed additive for animals and other processes that
save natural resources. Please do NOT mix FOG with any other items,
such as automotive waste (no auto oils or lubricants) because if these are
mixed they cannot be recycled. Also, please bring your FOG in a container
that we can keep. This service is for residents of Harris County only.
HARRIS COUNTY ALARM PERMIT
A permit is required for all alarms in Harris County. Obtaining the required
permit will avoid the issuance of a citation and excessive false alarm
fees. Go to the website at www.hcso.hctx.net and click on forms. The
application should be completed and mailed with the appropriate fees
to the address shown on the application. A new permit will cost $35 and
annual renewals are $10. Should you have any questions, please contact
the Alarm Detail office at 713-755-4600 during normal business hours.
HARRIS COUNTY CONSTABLES OFFICE
PRECINCT 5 - PATROL STATS
These numbers are based on a report of calls made by the Horsepen
Bayou MUD contract officers. This covers a large portion of Concord
Bridge, Eldridge Park, McKindrie Park and various business areas within
the Horsepen Bayou MUD district.
Our contract program is successful with the cooperation of residents and
officers. If you have information regarding illegal or suspicious activities,
contact the dispatcher or flag down one of our patrolling officers.
Dispatch # 281-463-6666.
BE CAREFUL WHILE DRIVING
Watch for children waiting for school buses in the early mornings and
while returning home in the afternoon.
WIND, HAIL, AGE, LEAKS, REPAIRS
Passing a stopped school bus with red flashing warning lights can result
in a very expensive ticket.
CONCORD BRIDGE SERVICES
Services in Concord Bridge are provided by two different municipal
utility districts. Areas covered and service providers are shown below. The
overhead power lines running north and south through the subdivision
is the dividing line between the MUD district responsibilities. The two
trash collection companies observe different holidays. Please note if a
holiday falls on a regular trash collection day, the trash will be picked up
the next SCHEDULED day, NOT the next day. Please do not place your
trash out until the correct day.
If you have a manhole cover in your yard, driveway or sidewalk and it is
causing problems, please contact your Municipal District Services, LLC, 281-
290-6503. They cover both MUD Horsepen Bayou and Harris County 102.
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NATIONAL BULLYING PREVENTION MONTH
National Bullying Prevention Month is observed in October. National
Bullying Prevention Month was created by PACER and started as a weekly
observation in 2006. In 2010, the observation change to monthly. Take
a stand against bullying. Spread the word about the negative effects
bullying can cause.
Unity Day 2019 is Wednesday, October 23 rd ! Wear and Share Orange!
Make it ORANGE and make it end! What are your true colors when it
comes to showing that you care about preventing bullying? Come
together in one giant ORANGE message of hope and support, WEAR and
SHARE ORANGE to color our nation and even the world, visibly showing
that our society believes that no child should ever experience bullying.
NATIONAL MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY
National Make A Difference Day is an annual community service event
that is held on the fourth Saturday in October. Millions of people have
united in the common mission to improve the lives of others. Make
a Difference Day was created in 1992 by USA Weekend magazine and
joined by Points of Light.
TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS
If you are between 12 and 18 and would like to be added to the
teenage job seeker’s list, please fill out the form on our website (www.
krenekprinting.com, click submissions and choose Jobseekers) with your
name, birthdate (mo. & yr.), phone number, year you will graduate and
the name of your newsletter/subdivision. Check the list of jobs you want
on your form. Please make sure your email is correct, we send emails
in the summer to make sure all the info is still good and that you want
to stay on the list. If we do not hear back from you after 3 tries, we will
remove you from the list until we do. Must have parent(s) permission.
Neither the subdivision, nor Krenek Printing is responsible for those listed
on the Teenage Job Seeker List. Please ask for and check out references
if you do not personally know those listed. This is just a list of teenagers
from the subdivision who wish to find part time jobs. Responsibility for
any work done by these teenagers is between those seeking helpers and
the teens and their parents.
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In or Around The Community
CONCORD BRIDGE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020, 8 AM TO 2 PM
West Little York between Eldridge and Hwy 6.
WESTGATE FALL GARAGE SALE - OCTOBER 3, 2020
Located off of Barker Cypress between Longenbaugh and FM529.
COPPERFIELD EASTON COMMONS FALL GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 RD , 7 AM-3 PM
Located in Copperfield between Longenbaugh and West Rd.
COPPERFIELD SOUTHDOWN VILLAGE FALL GARAGE SALE
OCTOBER 10 TH
Located in Copperfield off of Longenbaugh near Hwy. 6.
COPPER VILLAGE FALL GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10 TH FROM 7 AM TO 12 NOON
West Road - between Hwy 6 & Queenston
ABERDEEN GREEN NEIGHBORHOOD WIDE GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 TH
Aberdeen Green is located on Telge Road at West Road,
south of Hwy. 290.
BERKSHIRE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 TH
Located off of N Hwy 6 between West Little York and Kieth Harrow Blvd.
Lots of bargains!
COPPERFIELD MIDDLEGATE GARAGE SALE
OCTOBER 17 TH , 7 AM - 3 PM
Rain date is scheduled for the following Saturday. Located in Copperfield
between Longenbaugh and West Rd.
THE STAR OF DESTINY (KATY) CHAPTER GARAGE SALE
Star of Destiny (Katy) Chapter, National Society Daughters of the
American Revolution will hold our annual fundraising garage sale on
Saturday, October 24, 2020. The sale will be held from 8 AM to 12 PM at
Estates of Chesterfield Swim and Tennis Club, 1707 Briarchester Dr., Katy,
Tx. 77450. There will be household items, fine china, furniture, toys, books
and much more! The items are reasonably priced and this sale is our main
source of funds for patriotic activities with troops, schools, libraries and
military families. The Star of Destiny Chapter is an organization with over
100 members so there will be plenty of items from which to choose.
Please come and check out all the treasures! Due to Texas rules on social
distancing, masks will be required and we limit the number of people in
the clubhouse at the same time.
AMERICAN LEGION POST 200
15 TH ANNUAL ARTS & CRAFT SHOW
330 Legion Road, Wallis, TX
October 24, 2020: 9 AM-4 PM
October 25, 2020: 10 AM-4 PM
Hamburgers & Chopped BBQ on Bun
Desserts & Drinks
$1 Admission for Hourly Door Prizes
For more information call 281-743-3678
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VENDOR REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
Are you crafty? Are you a distributor for a specialty item? Saint Aidan’s
Episcopal Church has opened vendor registration for our 7 th Annual Fall
Festival and Holiday Market! The market and festival will be held Sunday,
October 25, 2020 from 10 AM-4 PM. We will have both indoor and outdoor
booths. Saint Aidan’s is located in Cypress at 13131 Fry Road – just south of
Hwy 290. Our festival features Market Booths, Children’s Area, Petting Zoo,
Pony Rides, Food Vendors, Silent Auction, Music, Cake Walk and a Trunk
N Treat. For more information and to register online, visit our website at
http://aidanschurch.org and click on the Fall Festival icon or if you prefer
to mail in your registration, you can obtain a Booth Reservation form by
contacting us at 281-373-3203 or email email@example.com. Saint
Aidan’s Episcopal Church is located at 13131 Fry Road, Cypress Texas 77433.
HOUSTON OPEN BIRDIES FOR CHARITY®
What is Birdies for Charity®? Birdies for Charity® is a fundraising program
designed to give local charities the opportunity to generate contributions
through the Houston Open. 100% of your donation goes directly to the
charity of your choice. The Houston Open will also award the top three
donation-collecting charities and one randomly drawn charity with an
additional bonus. In 2019, the Houston Open distributed $615,000 to
How can I participate in Birdies for Charity®? There are two ways to donate
to the Birdies for Charity program:
1. Make a pledge of one cent or more for every “Birdie” made by the PGA
Tour Pros during the Houston Open. If 1,500 birdies are made during the
2020 event, here are the totals for some typical pledge amounts:
• 1 cent pledge = $15 total pledge
• 3 cent pledge = $45 total pledge
• 10 cent pledge = $150 total pledge
• $1 pledge = $1,500 total pledge
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The minimum birdie pledge is $.01 and the maximum pledge is $1. The
last day to submit a pledge is Sunday, November 8, 2020. Last year, 1,244
birdies were made at the Houston Open. FYI we are playing at a new
course this year.
2. Make a flat donation not tied to birdies. For flat donations, the minimum is
$20. To donate, please visit our Charity page at www.houstonopengolf.com.
Grand Prize: You are eligible to enter our “Guess the Birdie” contest when you
donate or make a pledge to one of our local charities. Guess the total number
of birdies that will be made by PGA Tour Pros during the Houston Open,
Nov. 2-8, 2020. One grand prize will be given to the person who guesses
the correct number. In case of ties, winners will be randomly selected. One
lucky supporter of the Houston Open Birdies for Charity® program will win
an Astros *Suite Night at Minute Maid Park. *Suite night 2021 date will
be determined by the Astros organization and sent to the winner once
determined. For more information about the Houston Open Birdies for
Charity® program, please contact Monica Whitt at firstname.lastname@example.org.
33 ND ANNUAL B. F. ADAM GOLF CLASSIC
POSTPONED TO NOVEMBER
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cy-Fair Educational Foundation
(CFEF) trustees graded 1200+ scholarship applications and met via Zoom
to award more than $635,000 in scholarships. For Cypress-Fairbanks ISD
graduating seniors planning to attend Lone Star College full-time in the
fall, our application is open now through May 11, 2020. This summer, the
Foundation will award $72,000 from the Edwin C. Schroeder Endowment
Fund. The Foundation looks forward to recognizing our 2020 scholarship
recipients this August. With the Stay Home - Work Safe Mandate through
the end of April, the Foundation has decided to postpone the B. F. Adam
Golf Classic until the COVID-19 risk is minimal within our community for the
safety of our 288 golfers and over 100 volunteers, trustees and staff, who
help make this event a tremendous success, as well as the staff at BlackHorse
Golf Club. Our 33 rd annual B. F. Adam Golf Class has been moved to Monday,
November 16, 2020. Celebrating 50 years as a non-profit raising money to
fund scholarships for Cypress-Fairbanks ISD high school graduates, the Cy-
Fair Educational Foundation is looking forward to our exciting Fall lineup
of events. The Cy-Fair Educational Foundation is incredibly grateful for the
unwavering generosity of the Cy-Fair community and the commitment of
our Board of Trustees. Over the last 50 years, the Foundation has grown
tremendously awarding more than $9 million to graduating seniors
from Cypress-Fairbanks ISD. CFEF is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, all
contributions are tax deductible, as allowed by the law. For more information
please contact email@example.com or visit our website at www.theCFEF.org.
THE WOMEN’S FUND FOR HEALTH EDUCATION AND
RESILIENCY: 10 TH ANNUAL ROCKIN’ RESILIENCY LUNCHEON
The Women’s Fund for Health Education and Resiliency, a nonprofit
providing Houston-area women and girls with the tools needed to be
advocates for their health, is pleased to announce its 10 th Annual Rockin’
Resiliency Luncheon on Sunday, November 1, 2020, at 11 AM. The Women’s
Fund along with Luncheon Chairs Christine and Steve Johnson are hosting
an in-person luncheon at the Royal Sonesta Hotel, 2222 West South Loop,
Houston, TX 77027, along with a virtual event online for guests to celebrate
at a distance. Guests along with girls and women who participate in The
Women’s Fund’s Health Education classes are invited to the fun-filled
afternoon featuring a keynote speaker, silent auction and more. The
Women’s Fund invites everyone to support the mission to help more
adolescent girls and women lead happier, healthier and more resilient lives
by purchasing a sponsorship or tickets to the Rockin’ Resiliency Luncheon
at www.thewomensfund.org/events. For 41 years, The Women’s Fund has
educated girls and women in the Houston area through classes, workshops,
lectures and publications that teach resiliency skills and relate those skills
to current health risks. Dedicated to ensuring positive health outcomes for
individuals and communities, The Women’s Fund serves close to 12,000
women and adolescent girls and distributes 9,913 publications each year.
For more information, visit www.womensfund.org, call 713-623-6543 or
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5 WAYS TO MINDFULLY HONOR BREAST
CANCER AWARENESS MONTH
by Paige Davis, a survivor’s blog
For many breast cancer survivors, including
myself, the pink frenzy of October can be a
confusing time. On the one hand, as a survivor, I
appreciate this raised awareness and am grateful
for the role it has played in my own healing
journey. The opportunities to get involved and
show support are plentiful. Fashion, beauty,
food and design invite us to purchase pink in
the name of breast cancer awareness, but that
also makes it confusing.
For the most part, I’m past my cancer bubble. I
don’t think about it every day. And yet, I can’t
deny some old habits from that time still kick in.
Every now and then, I’ll wake up on a Thursday
thinking it’s chemo day. Occasionally, I’ll step out
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just stare in wonder: How did this happen? And
while it happens much less, I admittedly still get
hit with overwhelming moments of emotion
that wash over me at the most unpredictable
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Most importantly, I recognize the importance of staying present. It’s this present-moment
awareness that serves as my greatest daily teacher. And with the pink-hued mania now
lighting up October, we all have the opportunity to infuse our support and awareness
with a healthy dose of mindfulness. Here are a few tips:
1. Be mindful of your body: Early detection is key in any disease, especially breast cancer.
This is an ideal time to schedule a mammogram for yourself or remind a loved one. You can
also commit to performing monthly self-exams, which is how I found my cancer. Treat your
body with personal mindfulness and attention.
2. Connect with loved ones. Most likely, we all know someone who is going through
or has been through some type of cancer, breast or otherwise. Reach out to that person
and let them know you’re thinking of them. It’s the random texts, calls and social media
messages that mean the world to anyone who has been touched by cancer. If you are more
of a “doer,” offer something more tangible: arrange for a cleaning service; organize meals;
offer rides to appointments; gift cozy items for chemo days; and sending fresh flowers.
My cousins came together and arranged to have weekly flowers delivered throughout my
treatment - that was amazing.
3. Show your support mindfully. There is no question that the big foundations can play
a pivotal role when it comes to cancer research and finding a cure. Consider embracing
causes that support overall women’s health and helping the diseases that don’t receive the
level of awareness and support that breast cancer does.
4. Donate with intention. I’ve also been on the other side of watching loved ones go
through cancer, so I understand the helplessness. I get the desire to take action and do
something - anything. If dyeing your hair pink or buying a designer handbag makes you
feel like you’re helping, then by all means do it. But do the research and understand where
the funds are going and make sure that resonates with you.
5. Practice a “loving kindness meditation.” I’m a big believer that when we meditate,
we are helping to raise the positive vibration of ourselves and those around us. One of
the best tools to do this is to practice a loving kindness meditation. Picture someone you
know who is going through cancer. If you don’t know anyone, imagine someone who is
experiencing any type of struggle. Picture them as you breathe into your heart center and
silently repeat the phrases:
May your body be at ease. May your heart be open. May your mind be boundless. May
you be awakened and free. Repeat these phrases for yourself and then for all beings in the
world. This practice has played a pivotal role in my own journey, as I continue to reconcile
the many gifts, insights and lessons learned from my life both before and after cancer.
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10 Ideas for
While Halloween might look different this year, that doesn’t
mean it should be boring. Who would have thought social
distancing recommendations that first came about in March
would still be in effect in October? However, given the
ongoing coronavirus pandemic, you’ll have to take some
precautions to make sure your Halloween is safe. But, just
because you’ll need to put some more thought into this
year’s spooky celebrations, doesn’t mean they need to be
any less fun. Here you’ll find our favorite (safe) ideas for
your quarantine Halloween. From a movie night to outdoor
outings, it’s time to get planning.
Watch a Spooky Movie: There’s certainly no shortage of
Halloween movies. From family friendly classics (Hocus
Pocus, Casper) to horror flicks (Halloween, Silence of the
Lambs), there’s something in the Halloween œuvre for
everyone. Swap your popcorn for candy corn and let the
movie marathon begin.
Visit a Pumpkin Patch: Already a great autumnal outdoor
activity, many pumpkin patches, apple orchards and farms
are implementing social distancing protocols for their visitors.
Make sure to grab some apple cider while you’re there.
Carve Jack-O’-Lanterns: Once you’re done
picking the pumpkins, it’s obviously time to
carve. Whether you’re aiming for a classic
jack-o’-lantern face or a more original design,
pumpkin carving is the perfect activity to do
outdoors, distanced from friends or with kids
Decorate Your House: Choose either a cute or
spooky aesthetic and then fashion your digs
appropriately. Grab a scarecrow, decorative
gourds and maybe even some hay to elevate
Take a Drive or Hike: In many areas, October also brings stunning fall foliage. A
perfect way to embrace the season is to drive and observe the changing leaves. Better
yet, get outside and fully immerse yourself in autumn with a nature hike.
Bake Some Sweet Treats: Who says Halloween is all about the candy? This is the
perfect time to get creative with your baking. Decorate some spooky cookies or build
a (haunted) gingerbread house. You’ll have both an activity and a yummy dessert.
Host a Zoom Halloween Party: If you can’t physically attend a Halloween party this
year, don’t forgo celebrating. Get a group of friends together and plan a time for you
all to dress up, catch up and enjoy. Costumes mandatory (at least from the waist up).
Stir Up a Spooky Cocktail: Fetch the dry ice and grab the tequila-time to make some
on-theme drinks. And for the little ones? A Halloween mocktail is sure to excite.
Craft a Halloween Playlist: There are more Halloween-themed tunes than you’d
expect. There’s the age-old classic “The Monster Mash,” along with more modern
interpretations like “Heads Will Roll” and “She Wolf.” So, build a playlist curated to your
tastes and let the costumed dance party begin.
Decorate Themed Face Masks: There is perhaps no more “2020” Halloween activity
than decorating a face mask. Whether you’re doing it for yourself or with your kids,
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include animal faces, creepy grins or a pumpkin pattern, but feel free to get creative.
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How to Carve A Pumpkin
When it comes to pumpkin carving, the idea is to have fun. We’ve got tips
on carving the best pumpkin, as well as how to pick a good pumpkin for
HOW TO PICK A GOOD PUMPKIN FOR CARVING
Look for one that is a little misshapen. Inspect it for soft spots (especially the end
opposite the stem). Reject a pumpkin that has soft spots, they will cause it to
deteriorate quickly. Remember, your pumpkin doesn’t have to sit on its base, in fact,
that’s often its weakest spot.
Let the pumpkin guide the shape of the face: An elongated pumpkin should have an
elongated face. A fat and happy pumpkin should have a fat and happy face.
HOLLOW OR WHOLE?
There are two reasons for hollowing: (1) If the inside is going to be exposed (through
the mouth, etc.), it looks better if it is hollowed neatly. (2) If you plan to light the
pumpkin from the inside, it must be hollow. You can hollow it out from a hole
in the back instead of the top, so that the look of the face isn’t affected. If you’re
illuminating with a candle, you need to hollow from the top to allow the heat and
smoke to escape.
Use a water-based marker to outline the face that you want to carve. First, draw a
line down the center to establish symmetry. Then sketch the nose, the approximate
center of the face. Once you’re satisfied with the details, trace over the lines using a
permanent marker. For carving, basic kitchen implements, such as a paring knife or a
steak knife with a standard - not serrated - blade that’s not going to bend, work well.
You can also use a standard jigsaw blade. Otherwise, improvise: Use a melon-ball
cutter to make circles, for example.
MAKE A FACE
To achieve a three-dimensional appearance, carve the entire pumpkin. Exaggerate
the features. (If you aren’t sure what teeth really look like or how the gum line works,
smile and look in the mirror.) If the pumpkin is frowning, carve wrinkles under the
mouth. To add character, carve a lot of “crow’s feet” lines around the eyes. Consider
using the stem as the nose and inserts such as radishes for the eyes or cut eyeballs
from the back of the pumpkin and hold them in place with toothpicks.
CARVE WITH CARE
Use two hands at all times: one to control the blade and the other to control the
pressure with which you cut (and thus the depth). Take care not to jab the blade
into the pumpkin; you don’t want to cut all the way through the rind - except to
determine its depth. The thickness of the rind will vary, not only from pumpkin
to pumpkin, but also within one pumpkin. To determine your pumpkin’s average
depth, cut a core sample where you want an eye or a nostril to be. Keep that piece
nearby as a reminder of how deep you can safely cut.
ENJOY IT WHILE IT LASTS
Pumpkins, which are actually a fruit, not a vegetable, are 90 percent water, so after
carving they usually last only three days to a week. A jack-o’-lantern with a surface
carving will last longer than one that is cut all the way through. Putting a candle
or other light inside will shorten its life span, as the heat that results can “cook” the
pumpkin and reduce its longevity to a matter of hours. For a bright, shiny finish,
spray Armor All on the pumpkin and rub it in. Paint will not preserve a pumpkin.
However, if you decide to paint your pumpkin for decoration, use a water-based
latex paint and wait at least an hour after carving so that the cuts you have made in
the pumpkin have a chance to dry.
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Celebrate Halloween Safely
YOU CAN STILL HAVE YOUR TRICKS AND TREATS—
WITH A TWIST.
By Lisa Milbrand
At this point, we’ve mastered the Zoom party, the socially distanced backyard soiree, and the safest
way to host family and friends. Now we get to put our newfound safe socializing skills to the test
with the first big event of the fall/winter holiday season: Halloween. With Halloween falling on
a Saturday this year and several challenging months behind us (and likely more to come), it’s
only natural that people want to celebrate, big time. But many of the traditional things to do on
Halloween—parties, parades, haunted houses, and crowds of kids trick-or-treating—may feel a
little questionable during a pandemic. But don’t cancel your Halloween costume order or forget
your ideas for easy Halloween costumes just yet. With a little creativity, you can still have a spooky
time without putting your health or the health of others at risk. Read on for our smart ideas for a
safe Halloween 2020 during coronavirus.
1 - Tweak your trick-or-treat routine
Trick-or-treating may still be in the cards, as long as the COVID-19 numbers near you are relatively
low. “Just like we check the weather on Halloween to see what precautions and extra gear might be
needed, knowing the current state of COVID-19 in your community will be important in determining
if it is safe or not,” says Michelle Barron, MD, medical director for infection prevention and control at
UCHealth in Aurora, Colo. “Follow the current rules and guidance being given at the state
and local level, and do a risk/benefit analysis based on the health of the individuals
trick-or-treating and those who live in the household and decide if the risk of getting
potentially exposed to someone with COVID-19 is worth the bag of treats.” If you can’t
trick or treat the traditional way due to the pandemic, look for ways to manage it creatively. You
can buy your kiddo’s favorite candy and let her trick-or-treat door to door within your house, or
have her walk through the neighborhood so she can show off her costume, then come home to a
special treat or toy.
2 - Find a safe way to give out treats
Dr. Barron recommends individually wrapping up treats and putting them out in your yard or on
your stoop so there’s space between the bags for people to easily pick them up. You can put them
on a blanket on the lawn or a table on your driveway or porch. And if you’re game to go through a
lot of hand sanitizer and wear a mask, you could still hand out the treats yourself. “If you are going
to hand out candy, I would recommend having a small bottle of hand sanitizer and using it before
handing out the treats,” Dr. Barron says. “This is probably a better approach than having a bowl that
many hands can reach into at one time.”
3 - Work a (real) mask into your costume
This is the year to break out your ninja costume—or slip a second safety mask under your
Michael Myers or ghost masks: whatever you have to do to make a Halloween costume with a
mask. Doubling up the masks is safe, Dr. Barron says, but comfort is also key. “If you are wearing
another mask under a rubber mask, you want to make sure that it doesn’t get too hot and that the
person wearing it can easily breathe,” she says. Sadly, your Halloween mask probably isn’t up to par
as a safety device. “Most Halloween masks are not designed to contain droplets,” Dr. Barron says.
4 - Keep the party outdoors
As with most entertaining these days, outdoors (and small) is best if you want to throw a Halloween
party. “Masking and social distancing are still important,” Dr. Barron says. “Food and drinks should be
prepackaged or in single servings and hand sanitizers should be readily accessible. Setting up chairs and
tables so that everyone can be social but still maintain space between each other should be considered.”
5 - Research events before you go
If you’re a big fan of picking pumpkins, hay mazes, costume parades, and haunted houses, you may
still be able to take part. But do your research beforehand to see how they’re planning to make it
safer (such as limiting participants or requiring masks), to see if you’re comfortable with their plans.
And as with everything else, outdoors is better. “Outdoor activities like pumpkin picking and corn
mazes are great things to do and are probably lower risk than other types of indoor activities as long
as masks are used and social distancing is adhered to,” Dr. Barron says.
6 Get creative with your celebrations
There are plenty of ways to get your Halloween on, so think outside the box. Set up a movie
projector and screen and host a marathon of your favorite Halloween movies on Netflix in your
backyard for a few friends, or host a Zoom dance party where your friends can gather and learn the
“Thriller” choreography or do the “Time Warp” all together. “Let creativity reign!” Dr. Barron advises.
“I never thought I would have fun at Zoom Dance party, but I did this for a friend's birthday and it
was pretty great.” You never know what might become a new Halloween tradition.
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