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HEARTHSTONE GARDEN CLUB

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Happy 2021 to All My Neighbors! Hurray! Hearthstone had a

record breaking 83 homes sold (approx.) in the last year!

PENDING

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30087 Round Up Dr. - $515,000

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ALL SECTIONS OF HEARTHSTONE

Hearthstone Garden Club hearthstonegardenclub@gmail.com

President - Shannon Bouffard

Hearthstone HOA, Inc.

Sections 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7; Hearthstone Green,

Sections 1, 2, 3 & 4; Avila Ct. Estates, Hearthstone Meadows.

BOARD MEMBERS

President, Terry Gingell 281-703-8184

Vice President, Scooter Cantrell 281-220-9160

Secretary, Virgil Hydes 281-859-0438

Treasurer, Mike Looney 281-550-7010

Director, Bob Comeaux

Director, Lester Leger

Director, Tina Bailey

MANAGEMENT COMPANY - INFRAMARK

2002 West Grand Parkway North, Suite 100, Katy, TX 77449

Office: 281-870-0585 | Mobile: 281-371-4154

Customer Service: 281-870-0585 | www.inframark.com

Manager: Katie Ivanics

Katie.Ivanics@inframark.com

I am here to assist you with all your HOA questions and concerns. Please

feel free to contact me at any time.

COMMITTEES

Architectural Control - Virgil Hydes

Community Relations - Terry Gingell

Security - Scooter Cantrell

PUBLISHED BY: KRENEK PRINTING

www.krenekprinting.com • 281-463-8649

Children’s Co-op Kelly Blackstone 713-548-3827

hearthstonemoms@gmail.com

Swim Team Hugh McKinney 713-822-5490

Hearthstone Country Club 281-463-2201

SCHOOLS

Horne Elementary School 281-463-5954

Owens Elementary School 281-463-5915

Labay Middle School 281-463-5800

Truitt Middle School 281-856-1100

Cy-Falls High School 281-856-1000

www.cfisd.net

TRASH/WATER

Water District Spencer Rd PUD 281-469-5740

WCA (Waste Corportion of America) 281-368-8397

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

Fire/Ambulance 911

Harris County Constables 281-463-6666

Sheriff 713-221-6000

Poison Control 800-222-1222

Animal Control 281-999-3191

Texas Wildlife Rehabilitation 713-941-8972

Mosquito Control 713-796-6900

Children’s Protective Svs 713-394-4000

DPS Sex Offenders website

http://records.txdps.state.tx.us

Harris Co. Public Health & Envir 713-439-6000

Street Light Repair (give pole #) 713-207-2222

www.centerpointenergy.com/outage

To report gas leaks 713-659-3552

Street Repair 281-463-6300

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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.

DISCLAIMER: 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.

CODE KEY: B - BABYSITTING, CPR - CPR CERT., FAC - FIRST AID CERT., RCC - RED CROSS

CERT., SS - SAFE SITTER, SL - SWIM LESSONS, PP - PET/PLANT SITTER, P - PET CARE

ONLY, H - HOUSE CARE, L - LAWN CARE, C- CAR CARE/DETAILING, T - TUTORING

TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE

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Serving Businesses and Families Since 1983

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• Divorce • Employment

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281-858-0700

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15840 FM 529, Suite 280

Houston, Texas 77095

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WEBSITE

Hearthstone Board is excited to announce that Hearthstone HOA has partnered with a

technology company NabrNetwork to bring to you Townsquare, which has been selected as

our official, Board-approved communication tool/website for Hearthstone HOA! Accessible

via mobile phone, tablet and desktop - and completely private. A Townsquare welcome

letter was recently sent out to all homeowners. If you didn’t receive the letter please follow

these steps to sign up.

1. Access townsquare at https://inframarkims.com/what-we-do/association-management/

2. Click on townsquare in the right-side menu

3. Confirm your zip code and select “I live in Hearthstone HOA”

4. Select “I am an owner”

5. Enter your unique Account Number

If you don’t have your account number please call 281-870-0585 or email Katie.Ivanics@

Inframark.com to assist. Please note moving forward this will be the new website and the

old Hearthstone website will no longer be used.

MESSAGE TO ALL HEARTHSTONE RESIDENTS

FROM THE HEARTHSTONE COUNTRY CLUB

Incidents of trespassing on the golf course have recently had a dramatic increase.

Accordingly, the club has posted new signs at all areas of access that address the trespassing

issue. No one, whether members or non-members are to be on the club property at any

time, day or evening, unless you are registered with the Pro shop. No walking or jogging,

no dog walking, no bike riding, no fishing. The club has asked the Constables to assist in the

enforcement of this violation. Please be a good neighbor and respect the club’s property.

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GOLF CART OPERATORS IN HEARTHSTONE:

Parents, please remember that all operators of golf carts on both public

streets and at the Hearthstone Country Club must be at least 16 years old

and have a valid TX Operators license. We have recently noticed many

underage operators driving through the community. Underage drivers

subject both themselves and their parents to citation by the Harris

County Constables Office. Should an underage driver cause any damage

to a person or property, most insurance companies will not cover the loss

leaving the parents open to civil litigation.

Please parents, if your child is underage and operating your golf cart, ask

them to stop. If our Constable on patrol continues to observe underage

drivers she/he will have no choice but to stop the driver and call the

parents. Let’s take care of this issue on our own. Thanks!

DO’S AND DON’TS OF DEED RESTRICTIONS

Deed restrictions or often called “restrictive covenants” (especially in

the context of homeowners associations) are restrictions contained in

incorporating documents that limit how a property can be used or what

can be built on it. Subdivision developers create these restrictions in

order to keep size, quality and nature of housing consistent in an effort to

maintain market value of the subdivision.

For the most part, Hearthstone residents abide by our deed restrictions.

Yards are kept clean and neat. Home exteriors are washed and unsightly

mold is removed. Our neighbors file the required ACC forms when making

changes to their home exteriors or adding a room or other structure.

Trailers are not parked in driveways or on the street for extended periods

of time and commercial vehicles are kept in garages.

However, there are always a few who, from time to time forget or are

not well informed about to do’s and don’ts of our deed restrictions. We

need your help. We need everyone to follow the deed restrictions. If you

aren’t familiar with them, they can be found in the documents section

of our website. If you’re not sure, call the management company. Our

management company inspects the community once a month checking

for violations. There are times when they will miss something. If you have

a neighbor who is a continuing violator, call the management company.

If you want to remain anonymous call Katie Ivanics directly and let her

know.

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Moving forward, the Board has instructed the management company

to continue to inspect closely for violations and follow up with notices

allowed by law.

1) The first notice is a courtesy letter.

2) If the violation is not cured within 30 days a second letter is sent.

3) If the violation continues another 30 days it is referred to our attorney

and a third letter is sent. The attorney letter results in a $302.50 charge to

the homeowners account.

4) Continuing violations and/or non-payment of a homeowners account

can lead to a notice of foreclosure.

For the good of all of our homeowners in Hearthstone, let’s keep our

community clean and neat. Thanks to all of you who already abide by

the rules and thanks in advance to those few who will strive to do better!

LOST & FOUND PETS IN HEARTHSTONE

Folks in Hearthstone are very helpful in getting lost pets reunited with

their owners, but all dog owners should ensure that there is a tag on each

dog with their name, address and phone number. Local pet stores have

machines that make tags like this while you wait. At least that would help

found dogs get back home quicker and with less trauma.

REMINDER:

Please be mindful of the Harris County Leash Law and be certain that

your pets are on a leash when not confined to your home or backyard.

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2020 Hearthstone Garden Club Holiday Lighting Contest Winners

BEST GOLF COURSE:

1 st Place: 7511 Cart Gate Dr., home of Elizabeth Hardy 2 nd Place: 14930 Elmont Dr., home of the Hill Family

Note: There were six families from Boy Scout Troop 1283 that judged the following homes; none live in Hearthstone. Due to the pandemic, they voted as family

units and the families didn’t collaborate with each other to maintain social distancing. Our number one priority this year was making sure that our judges

stayed safe! Each of the families rode in their own vehicle and had to agree on their choices. This required parents and their children to compromise quite a bit!

All of the families were extremely impressed with the neighborhood displays and felt that many more awards could be given if they were available to give! We

appreciate the time and effort they put into voting.

BEST MAILBOX:

BEST DOOR:

1 st Place: 7503 Cart Gate Dr., home

of Diane and Stan Wysocki

2 nd Place: 14958 Inverrary Dr.,

home of Dawn Dvorachek

1 st Place: 14411 Verde Mar Ln.,

home of Camille Graves

2 nd Place: 14419 Sandalfoot St.,

home of Margaret Bluestein

CHILDREN’S FANTASY: NOTE: ONLY CHILDREN AND TEENS VOTED IN THIS CATEGORY; NO ADULTS!

1 st Place: 14814 Elmont Dr.,

home of Shannon, Andy, Daniel and Lexie Bouffard

2 nd Place: 7214 Creek Crest Dr., home of Mary and Mike Pratt

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14914 Royal Birkdale St.

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BEST HOUSE:

1 st Place: 7607 Holly Court Estates,

home of Luan and Steve Moore

2 nd Place: 14827 Elmont Dr.,

home of Susan Fruit-Draughton

3 rd Place: 14930 Inverrary Dr.,

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2020

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A MESSAGE FROM YOUR

HARRIS COUNTY CONSTABLE

The Harris County Constable’s Office, Precinct 5 is now offering a class

on Rape Aggression Defense (RAD). RAD is one of the best women’s selfdefense

courses available. It’s a program based on realistic self-defense

tactics and techniques. It is a comprehensive self-defense course for

women that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and

avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defensive

training. If you’re interested in more information and signing up, go to

this link:

https://constablepct5.com/index.php/rad

Make sure if you or your family goes on vacation to put in a “Vacation

Watch” with our department. That way you’ll know your house is being

watched by our patrol deputies. You can fill out a vacation watch form

online here:

https://constablepct5.com/index.php/vacation-watch/

https://constablepct5.com/index.php/special-watch/

Or you can call our dispatch at 281-463-6666.

HEARTHSTONE STREETLIGHTS

The Hearthstone HOA coordinates maintenance of all the streetlights

throughout the community. This includes the “cobra head” lights like

you see along many streets and highways, as well as the decorative light

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Cobra head streetlights need to be reported to CenterPoint, using the

pole number, which is the “address” for the light. It is a six digit number

facing the street. You can report streetlights that are not working or

staying on during the day at http://cnp.centerpointenergy.com/outage

(Google streetlight outage) or give us the pole number and we will do

it for you.

Outages or problems with decorative streetlights should be reported to

Inframark at 281-870-0585. Please note the exact intersection or closest

address. The association has a contractor doing a monthly nighttime

inspection for lights that are out, but if you see a problem, please report

it, so we can achieve our goal to keep all the lights on all the time.

TRASH DAYS

Trash days are Tuesdays and Fridays with recycling pickup on Fridays. If

you have questions, call 281-368-8397.

BOARD MEETING

Board Meetings are now bi-monthly, usually on the 3 rd Wednesday at 6

PM. Hearthstone Country Club.

HEARTHSTONE HOA EMAIL ALERTS

Just register at the site using “Join our Mailing Lists” on the opening page.

You will be automatically added to the email group.

This group will be used to quickly but sparingly, get information out to

members between newsletters. If you would like these messages sent to

more than one email address, just register again with each address you

want included in the group.

The addresses will not be sold, distributed or used for any purpose other

than association business. Your address will not even be shared among

group members. Messages sent to the group will be limited to those

authorized by the HOA Board of Directors.

If you have already joined the email group, you do not need to do so

again.

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HEARTHSTONE EXTERIOR MODIFICATIONS

When making any changes to the exterior of your home, please keep

in mind that you must first submit an application and receive written

approval. An application can be obtained by sending a request to

customercare@inframark.com.

The call center main number is 281-870-0585. The hours are 7 AM to 6 PM

Monday through Thursday and 7 AM to 5 PM on Fridays.

“THE HEARTHSTONE NEWS” IS AVAILABLE ONLINE

The Hearthstone Newsletter can be viewed (in color), online at

krenekprinting.com. Go to www.krenekprinting.com, Click on

newsletters, Select Highway 6, Select Hearthstone and Click to read.

SAFETY TIPS - AVOID BEING A VICTIM

1. Call the constable’s office anytime you see a suspicious person and do

not let race, age or gender influence you calling (a suspicious person is

anyone you do not recognize on your street).

2. Call the constable’s office when you see a suspicious vehicle (any

vehicle parked in front of your neighbor’s home or driving around your

street that you don’t recognize).

3. Always keep all your doors and windows locked even when you are at

home.

4. Always keep your overhead garage door in the down position.

5. Remember neighbors looking out for neighbors are how the police

catch the bad guys.

6. Make sure to do a vacation watch whenever you go out of town.

7. If someone comes to your door, always go to the door and acknowledge

that you are there and remember to never open the door for anyone that

you do not know. The bad guys in almost all cases do not want you to be

home. Then always call the constable’s office so that we can check them

out. When they leave your house, they are going to your neighbors.

8. If you have children that stay at home alone, no matter what their age,

they need to go to the door and have a preplanned story for whoever is

there (my dad is working on the computer, he says to come back later).

Then have them call the constable’s office.

9. Never do business with people you don not know and trust. Never

open the door for solicitors. If no one in the neighborhood buys anything

from them, the companies that they work for will quit sending them into

your subdivision.

10. Always lock your vehicles and never leave anything of value in plain

sight (covering up an item with a jacket doesn’t count).

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HEARTHSTONE MOM’S CO-OP

ATTENTION MOMS!

If you’ve ever considered joining a mom’s group, look no further! Located

right here in Hearthstone, our group is designed to celebrate our kids

and of course... ourselves! Each year we host several events for the moms,

kids and families to get to know our neighborhood pals. Events include

a Spring Festival, Summer Splash Bash, Back to School Talent Show, Fall

Festival & Hot Momma Chili Cook-off, Bad Mom’s Christmas Dinner &

Ornament Exchange, Holiday Market and Santa Visits. Dues are $30 for

the year and cover the cost of all planned events for the kids. Contact

Nicole Allen at 610-248-4745 or email hearthstonemoms@gmail.com

for more information. Please also check out our website at https://sites.

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HOUSTON WEST FAMILY GENEALOGY SOCIETY

Meets the 2 nd Thursday of each month, September-May, from 12:30-3 PM,

see website for instructions on our Zoom meetings each month, live TBD.

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www.cfisd.net/en/parents-students/health/coronavirus/learning-home

SCHOOL CALENDAR

To download the 2020-2021 school calendar, visit the CFISD website at

www.cfisd.net/en/calendar.

32ND ANNUAL B.F. ADAM GOLF CLASSIC

RAISES $130,000 FOR CFEF

The CFISD community raised approximately $130,000 for student

scholarships through the Cy-Fair Educational Foundation’s (CFEF) 32nd

annual B.F. Adam Golf Classic, held Nov. 16 th at BlackHorse Golf Club.

The annual event, named after longtime CFISD school Board member

and elementary school namesake Bernard Fred (B.F.) Adam, contributes

to the CFEF mission of increasing college access for CFISD graduates by

awarding scholarships.

“We were so thankful to be able to have our tournament this year,

COVID-19 has impacted our community and we are blessed to have

events that benefit students and staff of CFISD,” said Marie Holmes, CFEF

executive director. “Many thanks to our incredible sponsors for their

support.”

The tournament was underwritten by Allegiance Bank for the second

consecutive year. Platinum Sponsors were IBI Group, Linebarger

Attorneys at Law and Zenith Real Estate Group. Gold Sponsors were

Cromdane Steel, Inc.; DivisionOne Construction; PBK Architects; Salas

O’Brien and Satterfield & Pontikes Construction, Inc. The Lunch Sponsor

was Caldwell Companies and The Backyard Grill and Carl’s BBQ were the

Dinner Sponsors.

The North Course winner was Raba Kistner, Inc., shooting a 17-underpar

score of 55. Team members were Scott Blank, John Baker, Chad Thoe

and Chuck Shelton. The North Course Longest Drive winner was Thomas

Glover with Hightower Electric Company LTD and the Closest to the Pin

winner was Will Rose with Adam & Bing, P.C.

The South Course winner was Natex Architects, shooting a 19-under-par

score of 53. Team members were Dale Songy, Sergio Weitzman, Robert

Machi and Michelle Freck. The South Course Longest Drive winner was

Anthony Snipes with J.P. Morgan Securities and the Closest to the Pin

winner was Wade Bradow with Caldwell Companies.

Terry Rasmussen of Edgenuity was the Putting Contest winner.

CFISD STUDENTS RECOGNIZED IN

SUPERINTENDENT HOLIDAY CARD CONTEST

Students from Fiest Elementary School, Spillane Middle School and

Cypress Lakes High School placed first in the annual Superintendent

Holiday Card Contest, as their designs were selected from more than 265

entries across 78 CFISD campuses.

CFISD Superintendent Dr. Mark Henry and associate superintendents

served as jurors for the contest, designating a winner for each grade level

and choosing the top three honorees at the elementary, middle and high

school level from the “Best in Grade” winners.

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In the elementary school category, Fiest Elementary School third grade

student Emma Marshall placed first with her color pencil/paint card titled

“Snowy Holiday.” Wells Elementary School fourth grade student Ivana

Welch finished second and Wilson Elementary School kindergarten

student Anett Huerta placed third.

In the middle school category, Spillane Middle School eighth grade

student Christopher Soliman finished first with his color pencil piece

titled “Brightest Light.” Spillane seventh grade student Carla Salcedo

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2. Make your children feel loved and important. Kids develop a sense

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COMMON VITAMIN DEFICIENCIES

As we embark on the journey each day to eat and live better, take note of

the common vitamin nutrient deficiencies that are easily treated:

1. Calcium: Calcium is important for maintaining strong bones and

controlling muscle and nerve function. Signs of severely low calcium

include fatigue, muscle cramps, abnormal heart rhythms and a poor

appetite. Make sure you’re getting enough with at least three servings of

milk or yogurt a day. Other good sources of calcium are cheese, calciumfortified

orange juice and dark, leafy greens.

2. Vitamin D: This vitamin is also critical for bone health. Symptoms

of a vitamin D deficiency can be vague - fatigue and muscle aches or

weakness. If it goes on long term, a vitamin D deficiency can lead to

softening of the bones. To get enough vitamin D, have three servings

of fortified milk or yogurt daily eating fatty fish, such as salmon or tuna,

twice a week; and spend some time outside in the sunshine every day.

3. Potassium: Potassium helps the kidneys, heart and other organs

work properly. You could become low in potassium in the short term

because of diarrhea or vomiting, excessive sweating or antibiotics or

because of chronic conditions such as eating disorders and kidney

disease, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Symptoms of

a deficiency include weight loss, muscle weakness, constipation and in

severe cases, an abnormal heart rhythm. For natural potassium sources,

consume bananas, whole grains, milk, vegetables, beans and peas.

4. Iron: Iron helps your body make red blood cells. When iron levels get

too low, your body can’t effectively carry oxygen. The resulting anemia

can cause fatigue. You might also notice pale skin and dull, thin, sparse

hair. To boost iron levels, eat iron-fortified cereal, beef, oysters, beans

(especially white beans, chickpeas and kidney beans), lentils and spinach.

5. Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 aids the production of DNA and helps make

neurotransmitters in the brain. With an increasing number of vegans

and people who’ve had weight loss surgery, vitamin B12 deficiency is

becoming more common. Symptoms of severe B12 deficiency include

numbness in the legs, hands or feet; problems with walking and balance;

anemia; fatigue; weakness; a swollen, inflamed tongue; memory loss;

paranoia; and hallucinations. You can get vitamin B12 from animal

sources: eat more fish, chicken, milk and yogurt. If you’re vegan, opt for

vegan foods fortified with B12, such as non-dairy milk, meat substitutes

and breakfast cereals.

6. Folate: Folate or folic acid, is a particularly important vitamin for

women of childbearing age, which is why prenatal vitamins contain such

a hefty dose. A folate deficiency can cause a decrease in the total number

of cells and large red blood cells as well as neural tube defects in an

unborn child. Symptoms of a folate deficiency include fatigue, gray hair,

mouth ulcers, poor growth and a swollen tongue. To get folate from food,

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go for fortified cereals, beans, lentils, leafy greens and oranges.

7. Magnesium: Magnesium helps support bone health and assists in

energy production. Magnesium deficiency can cause loss of appetite,

nausea and vomiting, fatigue and weakness. In more severe cases, it can

lead to numbness, muscle cramps, seizures, abnormal heart rhythms,

personality changes or low potassium or calcium levels. To help your

levels return to normal, eat more magnesium-rich foods, such as almonds,

cashews, peanuts, spinach, black beans and edamame.

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common-nutrient-deficiencies

EASY WAYS TO EAT MORE FRUITS & VEGGIES

The new food plate unveiled by the Department of Agriculture sends a

clear message: eat more fruits and vegetables. Here are easy ways to get

more of these important foods into your diet:

Start early: Get in the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables

a day by eating them early with your morning meal. Add a banana to

your cereal, berries to your yogurt, veggies to your omelet.

Make them visible: Set out a fruit bowl in the kitchen or have carrot

sticks available for snacking. Take some time to prepare the fruits or

vegetables, so they are ready to eat.

Frozen is good: Frozen vegetables, such as peas and carrots, are a great

way to make sure you always have vegetables in the house.

At mealtime, think of the veggies first, not the protein: Half of your

plate needs to be filled with fruits and vegetables. Base your meals on

what vegetables you’ll have and then think of the grains and protein to

go with it.

Have fruit with your sweets: Fruits are nature’s natural candy. Puree

berries and adding them as a sauce to desserts, such as ice cream.

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MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.

Martin Luther King, Jr., an American clergyman and Nobel Prize

winner was one of the principal leaders of the American civil rights

movement and a prominent advocate of nonviolent protest. King’s

challenges to segregation and racial discrimination in the 1950s and

1960s helped convince many white Americans to support the cause

of civil rights in the United States. After his assassination in 1968, King

became a symbol of protest in the struggle for racial justice. In 1957,

King helped found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference

(SCLC), an organization of black churches and ministers that aimed

to challenge racial segregation. As SCLC’s president, King became

the organization’s dominate personality and its primary intellectual

influence. He was responsible for much of the organization’s

fundraising, which he frequently conducted in conjunction with

preaching engagements in Northern churches. SCLC sought to

complement the NAACP’s legal efforts to dismantle segregation

through the courts, with King and other SCLC leaders encouraging

the use of nonviolent direct action to protest discrimination. These

activities included marches, demonstrations and boycotts.

“I Have a Dream” - King and other black leaders organized the 1963

March on Washington, a massive protest in Washington, D.C. for

jobs and civil rights. On August 28, 1963, King delivered the keynote

address to an audience of more than 200,000 civil rights supporters.

His “I Have a Dream” speech expressed the hopes of the civil rights

movement in oratory as moving as any in American history. After

his death, King came to represent black courage and achievement,

high moral leadership and the ability of Americans to address and

overcome racial divisions. Perhaps the most important memorial

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Spaghetti Pizza

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1 egg, beaten

1/4 cup milk

2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese, divided

1/4 teaspoon salt

1/4 teaspoon garlic salt

1 (16 ounce) jar spaghetti sauce

1 teaspoon dried oregano

1/4 teaspoon dried basil

4 ounces pepperoni sausage, sliced (or other toppings if preferred)

Directions: Preheat oven to 425 degrees F (220 degrees C). Grease a 9x13-inch

baking dish. Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add spaghetti

and cook for 8 to 10 minutes or until al dente; drain and rinse with cold water.

Combine egg, milk, 1/2 cup of the mozzarella cheese, salt and garlic salt in a

large bowl. Stir in cooked spaghetti; mix well. Spread mixture into prepared

baking dish. Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes. Remove from oven and

reduce temperature to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).

Spread sauce over spaghetti. Sprinkle with oregano, basil and the remaining

1 1/2 cups mozzarella. Top with pepperoni, return to oven and bake until

cheese is bubbly and beginning to brown, about 30 minutes more. Let stand

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4 eggs

1 cup butter, softened

8 (1 ounce) squares semisweet chocolate

2 cups confectioners’ sugar

1 cup smooth peanut butter

1/3 cup heavy whipping cream

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the eggs with 3/4 cup butter or margarine, chocolate and confectioners’

sugar for a FULL 5 minutes. Mixture will be thick and smooth.

In a separate bowl, beat the peanut butter, 1/4 cup butter, and cream.

Spoon chocolate filling into crust. Swirl peanut butter filling into

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