Copperfield March 2021

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The official newsletter for the Villages of Copperfield: Copperfield Place, Easton

Commons, Middlegate, Northmead, Southcreek, Southdown and Westcreek

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COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER HOURS

The community center remains closed until

further notice due to the COVID 19. You may still

call for questions regarding services and leave a

message at 281-856-9060.

Copperfield Important Numbers

COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

Graham Management.

2825 Wilcrest, Ste. 600, Houston, TX 77042 713-334-8000

COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER (281) 856-9060

15409 Willow River Dr., Houston, TX 77095 Fax (281) 856-9040

COPPERFIELD PLACE COMMERCIAL / EASTON COMMONS COMMERCIAL

Spectrum Association Management 832-500-2222

16690 Park Row, Houston, Texas 77084 contact@spectrumam.com

COPPERFIELD PLACE VILLAGE: SCS Management

7170 Cherry Park Drive, Houston, TX 77095 (281) 463-1777

MIDDLEGATE VILLAGE: Crest Management

Mgr. Daryl - daryl@crest-managment.com (281) 945-4662

Asst. Mgr. Melanee - melaneeb@crest-managment.com

EASTON COMMONS VILLAGE • NORTHMEAD VILLAGE

SOUTHDOWN VILLAGE • WESTCREEK VILLAGE

Graham Mgmt Inc. (713) 334-8000

2825 Wilcrest, Suite 600, Houston, Texas 77042 fax (713) 334-5055

SOUTHCREEK VILLAGE

Associa - PMG Houston (713) 329-7100

11000 Corporate Centre Drive, Ste 150, Houston, Texas 77041

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SECURITY

Emergency (Fire, Ambulance, Sheriff) 9-1-1

Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Dispatch - Option 6 (713) 221-6000

Copperfield HCSO Satellite Office (message only) (832) 593-7159

Copperfield Crime Watch (Contact your management company)

http://www.copperfield.org/watch.php

TRASH / WATER

Waste Corp (281) 368-8397

Water/Sewer - MUD 163 & 264 - INFRAMARK (281) 579-4500

Water/Sewer - MUD 162, 179, 186 & 208 - H20 Consulting (281) 861-6215

WCID 145 - H2O Consulting (281) 861-6215

COPPERFIELD SCHOOLS

Fiest Elem. (281) 463-5838

Birkes Elem. (281) 345-3300

Copeland Elem. (281) 856-1400

Holmsley Elem. (281) 463-5885

Lowery Elem. (281) 463-5900

Owens Elem. (281) 463-5915

Aragon Middle School (281) 856-5100

Labay Middle School (281) 463-5800

Cy Falls High School (281) 856-1000

Langham Creek High School (281) 463-5400

HELPFUL NUMBERS

Lost & Found Pets (Copperfield Comm.Center) (281) 856-9060

www.copperfield.org

Centerpoint Energy (to report burned out street lights) (713) 207-2222

Harris County Animal Control (281) 999-3191

Poison Control Center (800) 222-1222

Langham Creek YMCA (281) 859-6143

• Wood Fences

• Arbors/Decks

• Painting Int/Ext

Specializing in Residential

Home Improvement Projects

• Pressure Washing

• Siding Replacement

• General Home Repairs Int/Ext

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Serving your community for over 20 years!

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HEART & VASCULAR CARE

in Northwest Houston

Through specialized programs, clinical trials and a commitment

to challenging conventional thinking, our comprehensive team of

cardiovascular specialists is improving outcomes and providing

better options for heart and vascular care in your community.

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Our doctors specialize in treating a wide spectrum of

cardiovascular diseases and disorders, including:

• Atrial fibrillation and

heart rhythm disorders

• Coronary artery disease

• Heart failure

• Valve disease

• Vein and artery disorders

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And, you can be confident that we are taking every necessary

precaution to keep you safe throughout your visit.

To find a doctor or schedule an appointment, visit

houstonmethodist.org/debakey/willowbrook or call 713.DEBAKEY.

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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

STEVE TOUCHY

Attorney At Law

Serving Businesses and Families Since 1983

Copperfield/Cypress

• Wills • Trusts • Probate

• Divorce • Employment

• Adoption • Consumer Law

• Incorporation • Collections

• Partnership • Liens

• Real Estate • Commercial Law

281-858-0700

stevetouchy@yahoo.com

15840 FM 529, Suite 280

Houston, Texas 77095

Located in the Chase Bank Building on FM 529

TEENAGE JOB SEEKERS

NOT AVAILABLE ONLINE

LOST/FOUND PET?

Go to www.copperfield.org

COPPERFIELD COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

(CCA) MANAGEMENT COMPANY

Graham Management is management company for the Copperfield Community Association.

Graham Management contact information is 2825 Wilcrest, Suite 600, Houston, TX 77042.

Phone 713-334-8000, Fax 713-334-5055.

PUSH

BUTTON GARAGE DOORS

• Broken Springs

• Flipped Cables

• Bent Tracks

• Tune Ups

• Replace Rollers

• Damaged Sections

• Repair/Replace Door Operator

• Repair or Replace Gate Operator

713-690-3667

Family

Owned &

Operated

Since 1994

www.pushbuttongaragedoors.net

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WE HAVE HEARD YOUR COMPLAINTS!

Graham Management and the CCA Board met with WCA, the trash and

recycling company, to discuss the large volume of service complaints

Graham Management is receiving. WCA explained that they have had

numerous employees out or work due to COVID-19. They have hired new

employees and are in the process of training them in our area. We are

also discussing implementing some new customer service procedures.

We will update the Copperfield website, your neighborhood websites,

Nextdoor and the Copperfield Newsletter as the CCA Board gets

additional information ~ Thank you, CCA Board

(CCA) EGRETS AND NIGHT HERONS

Egrets and Night Herons have created nesting sites in Copperfield for

the last 5 years shutting down pools, mailboxes & creating havoc in

our neighborhood. The Egrets and Night Herons WILL be returning

now!! Prevention is Crucial - Egrets, herons and other migratory birds

are protected by Federal International Treaty, it’s illegal for residents to

harass or harm the birds once they lay eggs. Residents will need to band

together and drive them out of our neighborhood for the next several

years. Preventing the birds from building nests on residential property or

in our parks is key.

1. Trim your tree and remove dead wood, these birds favor oak trees and

other hardwoods. But will nest in other mature trees as well. Trim your

tree canopy to allow sunlight between limbs and other nearby trees.

Experts say this is the MOST effective step.

2. Remove any old inactive nest in your trees. Egret Prevention Tools! This

is the only opportunity homeowners have to scare the birds away and to

disrupt the cycle. Any home with mature trees is a potential nesting site.

• Visual deterrents - Hang aluminum pie plates, Mylar balloons, beach

balls with shiny streamers or other moving objects in large trees.

• Noisemakers - Pump-style air horns, whistles, clappers and even

children’s toys are effective. Make as much noise as possible aimed at the

bird.

• Bright lights - High-intensity flashlights, strobe lights, flashing holiday

lights can be effective.

• Water sprayers - Power sprayers and pump-style toy water shooters can

help. Homemade PVC pipe sprayers can help reach tall tree limbs.

• Pool poles - Telescoping pool safety poles can be used to reach and

remove early nesting material.

• Any Non-lethal devices.

• Check trees daily and remove the start of any nest quickly. Once birds

begin sitting on the nest, eggs are probably present and birds cannot

be harassed. If you have not yet taken action to prevent nesting on your

property, please do so now!

Yoli’s Maid Service

• Very Affordable Rates

• Locally Owned

• Supplies Furnished

• Weekly, Bi-Weekly, Monthly

• Always Same Crew

• Excellent References

• Free Estimates

Spring Cleaning Available!

713-882-2742

LOU'S PAINTING, Ltd.

• Interior - Exterior

• Power Washing

• Sheetrock & Texture

• HardiPlank ® Replacement

• Minor Repairs

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EMERGENCY VEHICLES

AND FIRE TRUCK CLEARANCE

The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department is still requesting homeowners

assist in addressing the low hanging trees within the Copperfield

Community. Low hanging limbs and branches are causing damage to

the fire departments equipment and damage to the homeowners’ trees,

hampering the response to emergency calls. Most of the fire departments

equipment is 13 feet tall and therefore need a 14 foot clearance from

trees that hang over the streets. Routes to locations have to be altered

to avoid these areas and some areas have no alternate route; leaving no

recourse but to park and walk to the locations.

SEE STRAYS IN YOUR STREET?

Do adult cats traipse through your landscape? Have you discovered

newborn kittens in your yard? If you choose to care for these cats, keep in

mind your responsibility. As custodian of the cats, you must keep the cats

licensed, vaccinated and restrained. In unincorporated Harris County, the

custodian of every cat is responsible for any behavior of that cat. For laws

pertaining to pets in unincorporated Harris County, review regulations

http://publichealth.harriscountytx.gov/Resources/Animals-and-Pets/

AnimalLaws/AnimalRegulations#section4. Call 281-999-3191 to reach

Animal Control for unincorporated Harris County.

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March 22nd - April 22nd

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HEAD START 2021

fleetfirst@fleetswimming.com

The Head Start Program is great for those

summer league swimmers wanting to get

in shape and improve technique.

Cost: $175 for practices meeting 3 times/week

for 1 hr. at Spillane (all ages).

3/22-4/22 MON TUES WED THURS

Spillane

M.S.

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5:00 - 6:00 5:00 - 6:00

5:00 - 6:00

6:15 - 7:15 6:15 - 7:15 6:15 - 7:15

Spring Break

Mini-Session

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3/15/21 - 3/18/21

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Eligibility: This is not a Learn to Swim Program.

Please contact coachmaryanne@fleetswimming.com

Please contact coachmaryanne@fleetswimming.com

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or

call

call 281-376-2372

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further

further information.

information.

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NORMAL WCA TRASH

AND/OR RECYCLING SERVICES

The level of residential trash and/or recycling services to be provided by

WCA to each of Customer’s communities are as follows:

COPPERFIELD PLACE - Curbside trash service on Tuesdays and Fridays

and no recycling

EASTON COMMONS - Curbside trash service on Tuesdays and Fridays and

curbside recycling on Friday with WCA-provided I8-gallon recycling bins

MIDDLEGATE - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Friday with WCA-provided 48-gallon

wheeled carts

NORTHMEAD - Curbside trash service on Tuesdays and Fridays and

curbside recycling on Friday with WCA-provided 48-gallon wheeled carts

SOUTHCREEK - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Tuesday with WCA-provided 48-gallon

wheeled carts

SOUTHDOWN - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Tuesday with WCA-provided 48-gallon

wheeled carts

WESTCREEK - Garage door household trash service on Tuesdays and

Fridays and curbside recycling on Tuesdays with WCA-provided I8-gallon

recycling bins

WCA-RESIDENTIAL

GARBAGE COLLECTION INFORMATION

PHONE 281-766-1914

All Residents must have an account with WCA for trash pickup. If you

do not have an account with WCA, your trash will not be picked up.

Residents may purchase a trash receptacle from any hardware store.

Recycling cans may be requested from WCA, additional cans may be

purchased from them as well. WCA observed Holidays are New Year’s

Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and

Christmas Day. Trash pickup will resume on the following trash collection

day. In order to keep the neighborhood appealing to potential buyers,

increase curb appeal and deter vandalism we ask that trash be placed at

the curb no earlier than the evening before scheduled pick up and trash

cans be removed the same day. If you have lawn service, please request

the lawn clippings to be hauled away or have them placed at the curb

not on the sidewalk.

• Refuse must be in bags or cans, weighing no more than 40 pounds.

• Tree branches, brush, shrubs and fencing must be tied in bundles,

weighing no more than 40 pounds and being no longer than 4 feet

in length. • Branches may be no wider than 3 inches in diameter to

avoid damaging equipment. • Per Federal law, refrigerators, freezers

and air conditioning units must be drained of all Freon and have an

accompanying bill verifying Freon has been drained. • ITEMS NOT

ACCEPTED: dirt, rocks, bricks, concrete, tires, batteries, motor oil, cooking

oil, waste generated by a private contractor, hazardous/toxic chemicals

or material, construction material, no more than 1 room of carpeting,

bundled and less than 40 pounds. Items not collected will be tagged

explaining reason for non-collection.

COPPERFIELD WEBSITE

Will you be going away and want the Sheriff’s Department to check on

your home while you’re gone? If so, you can print a Vacation Watch Form

from the website. Simply go to www.copperfield.org and follow the link

to the Online Forms and Documents. Other forms on the site include

Architectural Control Committee Applications and a Deputy Request

Form.

The site also includes a Lost/Found Pet page, listings of local area daycares

and places of worship, schedule of upcoming Board of Director meetings

and information on each of the Villages of Copperfield, as well as links to

other area organizations, schools, etc.

If you have a comment or suggestion on the website, you can email us at

webmaster@copperfield.org.

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• Interior & Exterior

• Wood Replacement

• HardiPlank ® Replacement

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COYOTES IN COPPERFIELD

Coyotes have been sighted in many of the subdivisions in the Copperfield

area at night and before dawn. Please protect your pets. They should not

be left unattended after dark, even in their own enclosed yard as coyotes

can jump or scale a 6-7 ft fence.

CY-FAIR WOMEN’S CLUB

WOMEN SERVING THE COMMUNITY

CWC is a non-profit service organization that gives back to the Cy-Fair

community. All the funds raised by the club are given to the community

by way of scholarships for graduating high school seniors, grants at Lone

Star College-CyFair and funds to other non-profits in our community as

well.

Membership for the Cy-Fair Women’s Club is open to all ladies in

Northwest Houston/Cypress neighborhoods. We always meet the first

Thursday of the month at The Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Rd. You

can park at Entrance 2 and look for the directional signs to the meeting

room. Our meetings begin with social time and refreshments at 6:15 PM,

immediately followed by a program at 6:45 PM.

Our monthly meetings are not only educational and enjoyable, but

they can also develop lasting friendships too. In addition, we have a

social event and volunteer opportunities throughout the month as well.

Please check out our website at cyfairwomensclub.org and contact

Membership at membership@CyFairWomensClub.org if you have any

questions about the club or our meeting location. We look forward to

meeting you there!

COPPERFIELD CRIME WATCH

The Copperfield residents need to continue to call for any and all

suspicious activity you observe at any time, to the Sheriff’s Office nonemergency

number at 713-221-6000. For life threatening emergencies

call 911.

Nextdoor is the best way to stay in the know about what’s going on

in your neighborhood -whether it’s finding a last-minute babysitter,

learning about an upcoming block party or hearing about a rash of car

break-ins. There are so many ways our neighbors can help us, we just

need an easier way to connect with them.

Please invite all residents to sign up for the Nextdoor.com APP for their

respective neighborhood. The Copperfield Villages will get weekly posts

from Sergeant Adam Lightfoot (HCSO) to share information with their

neighbors.

Reference websites:

www.copperfield.org/watch.php

www.harriscountyso.org/

www.crimereports.com

STREETLIGHT NOT WORKING?

Make a note of the ID number and call CenterPoint Energy at 713-207-

2222.

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VILLAGES OF COPPERFIELD NEWS

COPPERFIELD PLACE VILLAGE

(CPV) A WORD FROM THE BOARD

We know all our students are looking forward for Spring Break in mid

March. It has been a very difficult school year and a big hurdle to

overcome for all our students, teachers, staff and parents due to the

Covid 19. In order to overcome this, we must all work together to ensure

everyone’s safety. Stay positive through all this and lets look forward to

a great year.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU: A special “THANK YOU” for all those homeowners

who paid their assessments early or by January 1 st or have made the

necessary arrangements to pay. With monies coming in we are able to

allocate and plan our budget for the year. You show responsibility, respect

and care for your community and for your own personal property.

As a friendly reminder, our park is still closed but hopefully we will be

able to open it for use in May. This means no playing in the playground

or eating and socializing on the park benches. These have not been

sanitized or cleaned since we closed the park in March of last year due

to Covid.

CELEBRATING OUR 21ST ANNIVERSARY!

Nationally Accredited by the Tree Care Industry

• Tree Pruning

• Tree Removal

• Tree Healthcare

• Tree Planting

• Stump Grinding

Our services include:

• Pre-Construction Site

Surveys

• Emergency Service

• Fully Insured Workers’

Compensation Insurance

$50 Discount on

All Tree Services

With a minimum of $500 • Expires 3/31/21

Must mention code KSPRING2021 when scheduling appt.

20% OFF ALL

DEEP ROOT FERTILIZATION

with tree pruning over $400 • Expires 3/31/21

Must mention code KWINTER2021 when scheduling appt.

For a complimentary consultation please call 281-469-0458

WWW.JONESROADTREESERVICE.COM

NEW HOMEOWNERS: For all new homeowners, WELCOME! The monthly

newsletter has all phone numbers you may need as well as information

and news throughout the Villages of Copperfield. We urge you to read all

your deed restrictions which you should have received a copy at closing;

however, you may also obtain them on line through portal.scsmgmt.

com (as mentioned below) or call our management company (SCS

Management) for any questions you may have.

OTHER ISSUES AND NEWS: NOTE: THERE WILL BE A SCS LETTER AND A

FORTHCOMING ANNOUNCEMENT WHICH WILL NEED YOUR IMMEDIATE

ATTENTION AND WILL REQUIRE A SIGNATURE FROM THE HOMEOWNER

REGARDING SOME LEGAL CHANGES TO OUR ASSOCIATION AND VILLAGE!!!! WE

URGE YOU TO READ IT, SIGN IT AND MAIL IT BACK OR DROP IT OFF AT SCS OFFICE.

ASSESSMENTS: As you know, our yearly assessments were due by

January 1 st and delinquent after February 1 st . SCS mailed out your

statement in November. If you did not receive it, you can obtain it from

the portal website and pay it online. Again, contact SCS if you have any

questions regarding this matter. We know Covid 19 has burdened many

of our homeowners; however, assessments must be paid or arrangements

for payment made. The Board did not raise assessments for the 2021 year

due to the Covid situation, staying under our budget and the continued

support of our responsible homeowners. We were able to collect 90% or

more of our assessments. We have not had an increase since 2017. Again,

keep in mind that all services keep going up every year, but we have been

able to maintain our budget due to our responsible homeowners.

POOL AND PARKS: Due to the continuing concern and safety of the

matter at hand with the COVID 19, the Board has decided that the PARK

and PLAYGROUND will remain CLOSED until further notice! You can still

walk on the sidewalks and the esplanades. We will continue supplying

doggie bags for you to walk your pets. Again we must remind everyone

that cameras will pick up any illegal activity at all times in the pool/park

area. Hopefully, we can open the pool and parks in May. We will need

pool volunteers to close the pool during that time. So please keep this in

mind. Without volunteers we may not be able to manage the pool. Right

now the 3 Board Members take care of the pool with the help of another

volunteer. Contact SCS if you want to be a volunteer.

POOL TRESPASSING: Jumping over the fence when the pool is closed is

trespassing and illegal. IF YOU SEE SOMETHING SUSPICIOUS CALL AND

REPORT IT! Program your phone for the non-emergency phone number

to the Sheriff’s department (713-221-6000 #6) or crimes in progress dial

911. You do not have to give out your name.

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you see. No one should be in the park after hours or in the early hours

of the morning.

ILLEGAL PARKING: No parking in the Pool/Park area is allowed after

9 PM. We will begin towing any vehicle seen after hours at the owners’

expense. It does not matter if you are a homeowner or a guest visiting

the homeowner. It is illegal and considered trespassing. If you notice a

suspicious car or cars parked after hours, contact the non emergency

sheriff department so a deputy can be dispatched. If you suspect illegal

activity, trespassing, suspicious activity or illegal parking after hours call

the police right away at 713-221-6000 prompt 6. You do not have to give

out your name only the pool/parks address, which is 7410 Field Ridge.

SCS’S NEW COMMUNICATION: SCSGo is now officially discontinued. Now

we have the new portal that contains all our information, news, account

status, financial history, violations (with pictures), events and much more.

You can submit electronic payments, Architectural Requests and view your

personal account. We highly recommend you sign up and register by going

to portal.scsmgmt.com (no proceeding www) and click the “sign up” section

in the top right corner of the page. This is the best way to get registered

and get your login. If you need assistance or need to contact SCS, the main

phone number is 281-463-1777. You may also contact SCS with your email

address for various announcements or forthcoming events or meetings.

CRIME WATCH: Report any suspicious behavior. Report it to the Harris

County Sheriff’s dispatcher. You do not have to leave a name or number.

Call 713-221-6000 #6. AVOID thieves or break ins by making sure you lock

your cars, doors and back yard gate entries at all times. Do not give them a

reason to break in to steal! Most incidents are brought on upon ourselves!

CRIMES IN PROGRESS CALL 911

NON-EMERGENCY: 713-221-6000 AND PROMPT 6.

Report any strange activity you see by calling the Sheriff’s Department!

Nothing is too small to report. You pay the Department to help keep our

neighborhood safe; therefore, it is up to you to report any strange activity

in your neighborhood! GET INVOLVED! If you want to be aware of what is

happening in your neighborhood as far as crime, the Sheriff’s department

posts news or important information in the new website created for the

various neighborhoods! Join in by registering at nextdoor.com. Lost and

found, contractor referrals, news etc. can be posted or found here. Stay safe

and be your own eyes and ears. No neighborhood anywhere is crime free!!!!

DEED RESTRICTIONS VIOLATIONS: SCS follows a strict process of notification

letters over a period of time and after all attempts fail to have the homeowner

correct the violation(s) legal action may follow. REMEMBER it is AGAINST our

deed restrictions to have COMMERCIAL VEHICLES OR VANS, TRAILERS, BOATS

or JET SKIS in the street, driveway or parked in the Cul de Sacs. You will be

charged a fee if you have been cited before for the same offense or for repeated

violations. This offense creates emergency vehicles access ability at times and

therefore considered a serious violation. DO NOT PAINT HOME, WINDOW OR

DOOR TRIMS AND GARAGE DOORS WITHOUT PRIOR APPROVAL. If it does not

meet our ACC Specifications you will have to repaint. Avoid unnecessary time

and money by getting prior approval of ANY changes to the outside property

or home. DO NOT DISREGARD DEED RESTRICTION LETTERS! Important that you

read and act accordingly. If you think you received this in error, please contact

SCS immediately. Repeated cites or non-compliance letters will automatically

incur a fee against your account.

GO TO THE PORTAL TO OBTAIN A COPY OF DEED RESTRICTIONS

EXAMPLES OF VIOLATIONS: FENCING: Check your fencing and repair if

boards are loose or missing! Animals can either come in or out of your

yard if boards are missing on to the street or green belt. Contact SCS

Monday-Friday (8 AM - 5 PM) for any deed restrictions, CPV issues or

questions at phone 281-463-1777 or through the portal.

NOTE: the office is now opened full time (not opened to the public

walking in but the phones will be answered). All representatives are

working and you may still call.

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EMERGENCY VEHICLES AND

FIRE DEPARTMENT-HOUSE NUMBERS

Our emergency vehicles have again requested that we keep our house

numbers marked where it is visible! It is imperative and could save a life if they

don’t spend time looking for an address. If the number of your home is on the

front wall of your home, please make sure it is visible from the street. Keep

your trees or bushes cleared or paint the house number on the street curb

large enough where they can be easily read. The fire department still requires

you to have your trees trimmed so they can have easy access in case of a fire.

ILLEGAL VEHICLE STREET PARKING: Vehicles must be parked legally

on the roadway and facing the correct direction for the side of the road

which it is parked on. Additionally the below applies: 1) Must park within

18 inches of the curb with BOTH right side wheels, which means you

CANNOT park FACE IN in a cul de sac. This is parking at an angle where

prohibited. 2) Must park no closer than 15 feet from a fire hydrant on

either side of said hydrant. 3) Must park no closer than 30 feet on the

approach side of a stop sign at an intersection. 4) Must not block any

driveways with any part of the vehicle. If your vehicle does not fit in your

driveway or blocks the sidewalk then park on the street. Be courteous of

others so that people and their children can walk on the sidewalk and people

in wheelchairs can still get around without going into the street.

EASTON COMMONS VILLAGE

(EC) SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Easton Commons Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April

10 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Residents who wish to participate should set

up in their respective driveways. All garage sales should be promptly

closed at 3 PM, with any unsold items removed from public view. Always

take safety precautions when hosting a garage sale. Have multiple adults

working the garage sale, lock the doors to your home, close your garage door

and wear an apron or a smock to hold your change instead of using a cash

box. Also follow CDC Guidelines for COVID-19.

(EC) ANNUAL ASSESSMENTS

Assessments were due by January 1, 2021. Payments received after January 31 st

have incurred a late fee penalty and interest. Assessments may be paid online

through Graham Management’s website: www.grahammanagementhouston.

com/paydues.html. All major credit cards are accepted.

(EC) HOME ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES

Homeowners are reminded that approval from the Architectural Review

Committee must be obtained prior to any changes or improvements made

to the exterior of your property. Updated ARC application forms can be

obtained on the website: www.copperfield.org/easton_commons.php.

(EC) PAINT COLORS

Easton Commons has updated the approved paint colors for the

neighborhood. A copy of the new colors are available at the Copperfield

Community Center (15409 Willow River Drive), Sherwin Williams (5814

Hwy 6 N.) and at Graham Management’s office (2825 Wilcrest, Suite 600).

Many existing colors have been removed from the approved color list,

homeowners will need to check prior to repainting.

(EC) NEXT MEETING OF THE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board of Directors will be on

Wednesday, March 10, 2021 via zoom video conference. The meeting will

begin at 6 PM and residents are invited to attend. Meeting login information

will be sent out via email so please make sure your email is on file.

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photos in the Photo Galleries section. It is easy to look on the Calendar for

upcoming community events, including HOA meetings. Please register

on the website so that we can all use this tool to make our community

safer and stronger. If you have an idea for the website, please contact

Daryl at Crest Management company and it will be delivered to the Board.

(MG) VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Do you have a few hours to help improve your community? With many of us working

from home, (or not working) we could pitch in and volunteer in the neighborhood.

Immediate needs are for the Middlegate Pool and Parks committees. Our past

committeemen have retired and we could use some help keeping these areas safe

and presentable. All major work is contracted with professionals of course, but we

need eyes and ears on the ground to watch for things that need repairing or make

suggestions to the Board for improvements. If you want to help on this committee

or any committee, please contact Crest Management.

(MG) PET SAFETY

Please follow all regulations and use common sense when it involves your

pets and those of your neighbors. All dogs must be leashed when walked.

Please remove pet waste and dispose of properly while walking your dog.

Keep your fences and gates in proper working order so that pets cannot

escape and run loose. If you or your pet is attacked by another dog, there are

certain procedures to follow. If a human is attacked, you can call the Sheriff

department. You may also contact Animal control in most other cases. The

HOA has limited powers but will work with local authorities when possible to

correct violations. A homeowner was recently attacked in Middlegate and we

hope that with everyone’s participation, we can eliminate further encounters.

(MG) VIOLATIONS OR SAFETY ISSUE

Some Middlegate residents may have received a letter stating that their address

was not properly displayed on their property. While this is not a deed restriction

in our subdivision, it is in many others. It IS a safety issue recommended by

emergency responders and local and state officials. EVERY second counts when

you need help. Please ensure that your house is properly marked with the correct

address and can easily be seen day or night. There are many inexpensive and

simple ways to comply. Numbers can be added to the mailbox, mailbox stand

or painted on the curb. Some prefer the address on the house or even a sign

with the family name. Always follow Middlegate guidelines to prevent installing

incorrect signage. Crest Management or the website can provide answers.

(MG) MIDDLEGATE SAFETY TIPS

Did you know that if your trees are hanging over the street lower than

13 feet, that the fire department may not come past your house to

extinguish a fire? These trucks are big and tall and will get damaged by

hitting tree limbs. Slowing a fire truck down (or causing it to stop short)

can lead to more property damage to someone’s home or life in our

neighborhood. Harris County (Precinct 3) will trim trees on public roads

to maintain safe passage. If you want more information or to request a

service, you can contact them here: https://webapps2.harriscountytx.

gov/servicerequestform/pct-form?pct3= or call Commissioner Tom

Ramsey at 713-437-4899. Remember not to park near fire hydrants and if

vehicles are parked on both sides of the street, it makes it much more difficult

for emergency responders to get through quickly.

(MG) MARCH HOA MEETING

Don’t forget the next meeting is Wednesday, March 10 th at 6:30 PM. See

the website for details.

(MG) MIDDLEGATE POOL

Are you planning on using the pool this Summer? Did Covid prevent your

family from using it last year? Did you know that Middlegate spent an EXTRA

$30,000 on CDC and Harris County mandated COVID protocols, to open the

pool last year? Many communities did not open their pools last year and are

facing similar tough decisions this year. Our Board is faced with the similar

situation. Safety is the number one priority, but financial and practical issues are

important too. The pool was open for fewer hours and had lower attendance,

yet cost much much more. If you have any comments or input about this, please

contact Crest Management. Good feedback leads to good decisions.

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NORTHMEAD VILLAGE NEWS

(NM) ADD US TO YOUR CALENDAR!

HOA BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE 3/24/21, 5/26/21

HOA BOARD MEEING are being held virtually at the current time.

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Meetings of the Northmead Village Board of Directors are held the fourth

Wednesday every other month and we encourage all residents to attend

the meetings, either to address the Board or just to listen and know what

is going on. The executive session begins at 6-6:30 PM with the open

session starting at 6:30 PM. The meetings are held at the Copperfield

Community Center located at 15409 Willow River Drive or on Zoom. All

residents are welcome and encouraged to attend the meetings. If you

have a specific item that you would like to address with the Board, you

may call Graham Management at 713-334-8000.

(NM) NORTHMEAD HOA ANNUAL

MEMBERS MEETING AND BOARD MEETING

The Northmead Board decided to postpone our annual meeting, hoping

we can hold it in person later in the year. Please check your mail and Nabr

Network for additional information on a future date.

(NM) NORTHMEAD VILLAGE WEBSITE

Be sure to check out the Northmead Village website for all the latest news

and information. There is great information on the Northmead Website

featuring upcoming fun neighborhood events, pictures of past events,

HOA meeting dates, agendas and minutes, forms to remodel or paint

your house, bylaws, pool and park information. We have implemented

Nabr Network. Multiple ways to join: Text “grahamgo” to 59248 &

receive a text back with a mobile app download link. Search for the

mobile app “Graham Go” in Google Play Store. Go to northmeadvillages.

nabrnetwork.com. Call them at 713-334-8000 or email them at sfellwock@

grahammanagementhouston.com to be added to the agenda.

(NM) THE EASTER BUNNY IS COMING TO NORTHMEAD

Mark your calendars on Saturday, March 20 th from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM the

Easter Bunny is will be in Northmead. The route will be Section 1, Section &

then Section 3. Saturday, March 27 th has been set up as a rain date.

(NM) NORTHMEAD WILL FOLLOW THE

CDC GUIDELINES ON ALLOWING US TO OPEN OUR

NEIGHBORHOOD POOL AND SPLASH PAD.

Additional updates will be posted to NABR NETWORK AND COPPERFIELD

NEWSLETTER in the April edition.

(NM) AT&T DAMAGE

You may have noticed that AT&T is currently in the community

installing new cable, during the installation, there may be some

damage that occurs. Please report this to Sarie Fellwock at sfellwock@

grahammanagementhouston.com or 713-334-8000. Please include

pictures and location of damage.

(NM) NORTHMEAD BOARD UPDATE

In addition to bring Santa and the Easter Bunny to Northmead, your HOA

Board & Graham Management have been busy getting the pool area

ready. We have painted the pool house, painted the bathrooms including

the floors, painted the pool & splash pad fence and painted the lamp

posts & BBQs. Replaced the pool pumps. Installed security cameras in the

pool and playground area. Replaced the fence around our commercial

area at Highway 6 & West (includes Planet Fitness, Goodyear & the fence

behind the strip center) Hired a new landscape company for Northmead.

Our next project is new counter tops for both bathrooms.

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(NM) PLEASE DON’T’ BLOCK THE SIDEWAY OR DRIVEWAY

With more people working from home due to Covid, Graham Management is

get more complaints about residents blocking the sidewalk with trash bags or

lawn trimmings plus vehicles blocking the driveway while our homeowners

are out walking the neighborhood. Please be courteous and put your trash

bags & lawn clips on the edge of you driveway and if necessary park your car

in the street. No boats, trailers, commercial trucks or inoperable vehicles are

allowed in driveways or street and are against deed restriction violations! You

will be charged a fee if you have been cited before for the same offense or for

repeated violations. This offense creates emergency vehicles access ability at

times and therefore considered a serious violation.

(NM) HOME IMPROVEMENT REQUIREMENTS

Spring is on its way and so if you are doing some spring cleaning and planning

changes to your home, remember to check in with Graham Management on

home improvement and painting projects. Home Improvement Requirements

are available for reading or download on the community website, under

Documents and Forms, northmeadvillages.nabrnetwork.coml.

ARC application forms can be obtained on the website: www.northmeadvillage.

org/docs.html. Before making improvements or changes that may be impacted

by our deed restrictions, you can call Graham Management at 713-334-8000

for assistance. They will be happy to advise you and provide forms needed for

approval of your renovation. Remember that you (the owner) are responsible

for the cost of removing or redoing any unapproved changes.

(NM) THE NORTHMEAD HOA BOARD NEEDS YOUR HELP!

The Northmead HOA Board enjoys putting on our special events

during the year like: Yard of the Month, Movie in the Park and Christmas

Decorating Contest but we need volunteers! If you would like to volunteer

please contact Ro Rea at rrrea@sbcglobal.net.

(NM) JOIN THE CROWD ON NEXTDOOR.COM

Register a www.nextdoor.com. It only takes a few seconds to get up to

date and checking out what is going on in the neighborhood. You can

sell items, find lost pets, read a weekly share from Sgt. Lightfoot at the

Sheriff’s office and get recommendations. It’s a great way to stay in touch

with what goes on day to day. Join us!

(NM) EGRETS AND NIGHT HERONS

Egrets and Night Herons have created nesting sites in Northmead over the

past 6 months, not only in the parks but we are seeing nests in the trees

on neighborhood streets. The Egrets and Night Herons ARE RETURNING!

Look for information and tips under CCA at the front of the newsletter.

(NM) CRIME WATCH

The Copperfield Villages monthly Crime Watch meeting has been

converted to a ‘virtual’ delivery of the crime watch statistics monthly due

to the low turnout at meetings and lack of an interest from the public to

attend. Sergeant Lightfoot (HCSO) is posting monthly data via Nextdoor.

com along with notable arrest info and tips monthly.

(NM) DEED RESTRICTIONS ISSUES

Educate yourself with the deed restrictions for our community. They are

available for reading or download on the community website, under

Documents and Forms, www.northmeadvillage.org/docs.html. The most

common issues are yard issues, stored vehicles, fences with missing

pickets, houses needing painting or power washing on the exterior.

(NM) DOG LEASH LAW

There have been many complaints about dogs are running loose in the

neighborhood. If this is the case, call animal control! If you are walking

your dogs, keep them on a leash at ALL times. This is a deed restriction

and also against Harris County Leash Law. Be considerate of others. Many

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SOUTHCREEK VILLAGE

(SC) WELCOME NEW NEIGHBORS

We are happy and pleased to welcome you into the community. We are

happy you are here with us in Southcreek. We take great pride in our

neighborhood and are always glad to see new families move in.

R. Rivera & E. Nguyen-Rivera John & Jennifer Dufreche Lopez

Sonia I. Matehual

Eric J & Maria Izquierdo

J. Hampshire & K. De La Garza Carlos Eduardo Aldana Basabe

F. Diouf & D. Mellom Q. Pham & T. Nguyen

(SC) BOARD MEETINGS

Southcreek Board meetings are on the 3 rd Thursday of each month, with the

next meeting date being March 18, 2021 at 6 PM. Login details will be posted

on Town Square the week of the meeting. This is a public forum where you can

ask any questions or express any concerns to the Southcreek HOA Board.

(SC) HOA DUES

Friendly reminder! Your HOA dues help keep Southcreek looking like as

great as it does-please make it a priority to pay your dues if you have

not yet done so. Please contact Karla Weeden at kweeden@pmghouston.

com if you have any questions.

(SC) EASTER BUNNY VISITS SOUTHCREEK

The Easter Bunny will be driving through Southcreek Village on Saturday,

March 27, 2021 from 10 AM-5 PM with a rain date of March 28, 2021. Look

for the flashing lights and listen for the sirens & horns. At periodic stops

along his route, join the Easter Bunny for some socially distant pictures.

Masks are Mandatory. We ask all Southcreek Residents to please park in

their driveways and do not park on the streets on these dates. The Easter

Bunny’s Route Map and location updates will be posted on www.TownSq.io.

(SC) TOWN SQUARE

Please make sure to register on Town Square (TownSq), the official

mode of communication for the Association, so you can receive all

announcements and updates from the Southcreek Board.

Please see the directions below on signing up:

1. Go to www.townsq.io.

2. Click on “Need to Register”.

3. Enter your account number and zip code. If you do not know your

account number, you can find it on your assessment statement or you can

call Principal Management Group at 713-329-7100 or email kweeden@

pmghouston.com.

4. After entering your account number and zip code you will be asked to

select your name.

5. The next screen will then show your information and ask you if you

want to sign up or if you want to link another account (for owners with

multiple properties).

6. Select the Sign-Up option and proceed to the next screen where you

will enter your email, your address and select a password (at least 8

characters).

7. You have been signed up for TownSq! You will now be able to check

everything regarding your account and your community.

(SC) SOUTHCREEK BOARD QUARTERLY UPDATE

Your Southcreek Village Board of Directors have been working diligently on

behalf of our residents in all aspects of the community; contracts, maintenance/

repairs, replacement, community involvement, committee development, etc.

Please see the following quarterly update on the SCV business.

SOUTHCREEK & THE CCA

• Southcreek dissolved demand letter and letter of intent with CCA. •

CCA fencing replaced on Queenston. • CCA obtained loan for remaining

phases of fence project (to include Longenbaugh).

• All Villages signed a maximum 5-year amendment agreement for loan

duration. • Southcreek monuments on Queenston were power washed

and repainted. • Copperfield brick column monuments within Southcreek

were power washed and lettering will be repainted in February.

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(SC) CCA PROJECTS

CCA has replaced the Queenston fence and cleaned the brick and stone

monuments in Copperfield. Here are some photos in Southcreek Village.

(SC) MAILBOX VANDALISM

Unfortunately, thieves are targeting the mailboxes (Cluster Box Units or CBU’s)

and parcel lockers in Southcreek Village and our surrounding communities

We are all upset this is happening in our community. We sympathize with the

residents that are being directly affected and inconvenienced with this vandalism.

The Southcreek Board of Directors and PMG have received information from a

Regional Postal Inspector in the Mail Theft Unit, a supervisor at Bear Creek Post

Office and a Postmaster at the Bear Creek Post Office. According to these sources,

the Post Office is responsible for the repair and replacement of damaged cluster

unit mailboxes in Southcreek Village. Some replacement units for Southcreek

have already been ordered and replaced by the Post Office. Unfortunately,

numerous communities are experiencing this increase in vandalism and theft,

so for some CBU orders, there is currently a back order on these mailboxes due

to availability. If you have been a victim of a mailbox break in, homeowners are

advised to individually report the theft to USPS at 877-876-8455. You will speak

to an intake person. Provide as much information as possible (who, what, where,

when, etc.,) If you know what was stolen that is a big benefit for the case and if

you have video from home camera or a neighbor’s camera, that is helpful. Hot

spot areas are determined by the number of cases reported in specific areas. So, it

is important that all residents effected by these thefts are reporting it. Residents

can also choose, at their own expense, to monitor their cluster mailboxes from

home security or game cameras. The Southcreek Board of Directors and PMG will

continue to share additional information when it is available.

FINANCIALS

• 2019 audit scheduled and completed.

• 2020 CPA review and tax return being scheduled.

CONTRACTS

• Pool: following review of proposals & interviews, contract was signed

with A-Beautiful Pools for the 2021 pool season.

• Management: contract reviewed to ensure vendor contract fulfillment.

• Landscaping: contract under review; proposals being evaluated.

• Pest Control: following review of proposals, NW Pest Patrol was selected

for quarterly service at both pool buildings.

• JBG Services: Board increased the scope of work for general maintenance.

COMMON AREAS

• Extensive inspections of all common areas have been completed.

• Maintenance and repairs are being scheduled in the pools and parks.

• Autumn Laurel and Park Falls building roofs are being replaced with

insurance claim due to hail damage.

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LANDSCAPING

• Based on the advice of an arborist, a tree project will

take place in February to improve tree health, drainage

and to improve aesthetics of the park areas.

COMMITTEES

• A Communication Committee has been created to

update the marquees and bulletin boards.

• A Block Captain coordinator is organizing and recruiting

Block captains for all streets in Copperfield. 27 of our 69

streets now have block captains.

• An Architectural Review Committee (ARC) has

been created to review applications that are not

straightforward approvals done by the management

company. They will also be reviewing and updating the

current ARC guidelines.

• A Deed Restriction Committee (DRC) has been created

to help nominate and select winners for the Holiday

Decorating Contest and Yard of the Month.

• A Pools and Parks Committee has been created to help

monitor pool and park maintenance and repairs.

• A Crime Watch Committee has been created to review

the monthly crime states, communicate with the

Sergeant and determine locations for Mr. Speedo.

• A Social Events Committee has been created to plan

and coordinate events for the community. A successful

socially distanced Santa drive-through was held in

December and plans for the Easter Bunny to visit on

March 27 th are underway.

(SC) BLOCK CAPTAINS

• Are you concerned about the appearance of your

community? • Do you want to get to know your neighbors

and others in our community? A block captain makes

a Street roster and periodically will forward emails to

neighbors on their street from the Southcreek Board. We

need volunteers to be block captains on most of our streets

in Southcreek Village. Email Bryne Liner at bryneliner@

gmail.com to volunteer or receive more information on the

block captains program. Be a Block Captain! Email today!

(SC) SOUTHCREEK ARC APPLICATIONS

Please remember that approval from the Architectural

Review Committee must be obtained prior to any changes

or improvements made to the exterior of your property,

including but not limited to repainting, roofing, door/window

replacement, siding replacement, major landscaping, pools

and home additions. ARC application forms are on www.

townsq.io and on Copperfield.org. Completed applications

can be emailed to ARC@pmghouston.com.

(SC) DEED RESTRICTION LETTERS

Please help maintain Southcreek Village’s property

values! To ensure the aesthetic integrity of Southcreek

Village is being maintained, periodic site inspections

are performed by PMG each month. If you happen to

receive a deed restriction violation notice, please do not

ignore it or disregard it. It is always best to reach out to

the management company right away to let them know

either that you have taken care of the violation, have plans

to do so or are unable to do so right away. Please contact

Karla Weeden with PMG at kweeden@pmghouston.com.

This communication is important because subsequent

letters from the Association can result in additional costs

for the homeowner for certified mail fees and even legal

fees if the issue persists with no response. Copies of

Southcreek Village’s governing documents are posted on

http://www.Townsq.io and on www.Copperfield.org

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(SC) EGRETS AND NIGHT HERONS

Now is the time to familiarize yourself with the variety that have been in our area in

previous years. To prevent the development of a rookery, now is the time to be on

the lookout for the return of these birds. Look for information and tips under CCA at

the front of the newsletter. If you are able to help dissuade the birds from selecting

our community parks as their nesting site, please contact Lorri Thompson at

lorrithompson@sbcglobal.net.

(SC) AT&T FIBER PROJECT

You may have noticed all the utility marking being done in the easements throughout

the community. We have learned that AT&T is doing a fiber installation project in the

area. Please save the following contact information:

Construction Helpdesk - 281-374-3725 7 AM-4 PM

Voicemails left after hours will be handled the next business day

Emergencies - 1 800 246 8464 option 0

Email - g45874@att.com

If you experience an emergency, such as cut water, power, gas or sewer, please call the

appropriate utility company first.

Centerpoint - Report a Gas Leak: 713-659-2111

Centerpoint - Report an Electric Power Outage: 713-207-2222 or 800-332-7143

H2O Consulting (MUD 208, 162 and 186) - 281-861-6215

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SOUTHDOWN VILLAGE NEWS

(SD) BIRD PREVENTION COMMITTEE

As many of you may remember, the community pool and park area became a nesting

site (also known as a “rookery”) for night herons and cattle egrets in the summer of

2019. Unfortunately, because these birds are federally protected, once they have

nested it is illegal to disturb them, their nests or the trees. These birds, while beautiful,

tend to nest in very large numbers, producing a lot of mess, noise, smell and possibly

disease. Their nesting season (March through September) is quickly approaching and

the Board will need your help in ensuring that the birds find another place to nest. If

you are interested in becoming a part of the Bird Prevention Committee, please email

SDVBirdCom@gmail.com. Here are some examples of what this committee does:

• Forming groups of “spotters” who would walk the area daily to watch for the birds and

report sightings of them.

• Forming groups of “discouragers” who would be willing to shoo the birds from the

trees (this also needs to happen daily, if not multiple times a day).

• Working to make the community aware of the issues and the prevention time frame

and tips.

Watch for Signs - Night herons are the first to migrate in mid-February. While not usually

a nuisance, the presence of night herons lets other migrating birds know they’ve found

a good place to nest. It is important for the entire neighborhood to act together. Look

for information and tips under CCA at the front of the newsletter.

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(SD) WEBSITE

Please make sure that you are registered on the official website, www.

southdownvillage.nabrnetwork.com to get all important updates about

the community.

(SD) SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 10 th from 7

AM until 3 PM. Residents who wish to participate should set up in their

respective driveways. All garage sales should be promptly closed at 3

PM, with any unsold items removed from public view. Always take safety

precautions when hosting a garage sale. Have multiple adults working

the garage sale, lock the doors to your home, close your garage door and

wear an apron or a smock to hold your change instead of using a cash

box. Also follow CDC Guidelines for COVID-19.

(SD) 2021 ASSESSMENT

The 2021 assessment bill is not past due. The fastest and easiest way

to pay is online (link available on the website mentioned above) but

you can also mail your payment to Southdown Village, c/o Payment

Lockbox, P.O. BOX 879 Richmond, TX 77406-0022. Please contact ar@

grahammanagementhouston.com if you need a copy of your invoice and

to obtain your updated balance.

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SOUTHDOWN CRIME WATCH COMMITTEE

“Suspicious activity” is defined as any incident, event,

individual or activity that seems unusual or out of place.

Be aware of any ‘suspicious’ vehicles in our neighborhood.

Use your instincts! Don’t hesitate to report it!

It is better to be safe, than sorry!

Take a picture, including the license plates.

If you are not able to take a picture, make a mental note, including:

* License plate number (illegal or missing plates)

* Model (Ford, Toyota, BMW and etc.)

* Color of vehicle (window tinting)

* Location (which way is the car heading)

* Description of driver and passengers

* Any unusual or identifying characteristics (bumper stickers, dents,

missing hub caps)

Report anything suspicious to the non-emergency number

Harris County Sheriff

713-221-6000 (Option 6)

Remember to Like and Follow us on Facebook at:

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(SD) BOARD MEETINGS

The Board meets every month (except for December) on the third

Wednesday at 6:30 PM. They are now being held via video conference

and all owners are invited to attend and observe these meetings. The

access information will be posted on the website prior to each meeting.

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(SD) COMMITTEES NEEDED

We are looking for volunteers to serve on a Landscape

Committee to help report any issues and to help plan

improvements, a Communication Committee to

help coordinate the newsletter articles and website

communications and a Planning Committee to

help determine what major improvements should

be done in the community. Please email creyes@

grahammanagementhouston.com if interested.

(SD) TRASH PICK UP SERVICE

In order to keep the neighborhood appealing to potential

buyers, increase curb appeal and deter vandalism we

ask that trash be placed at the curb no earlier than the

evening before scheduled pick up and trash cans and

recycling bins be removed the same day. If you have

lawn service, please request the lawn clippings to be

hauled away or have them placed in a location that

cannot be seen from the street. If your service is unable

to accommodate the request, you can ask that they

maintain the yard on a Monday or Thursday so that the

clippings are only on the curb for one afternoon.

(SD) HOME ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES

Please remember that approval from the Architectural

Review Committee must be obtained prior to any

changes or improvements made to the exterior

of your property, including but not limited to:

repainting, roofing, door/window replacement, siding

replacement and major landscaping. ARC application

forms can be obtained or submitted on the website:

www.southdownvillage.nabrnetwork.com.

WESTCREEK VILLAGE

(WC) WESTCREEK BOARD

MEETINGS - 4 TH TUESDAY

AT 6:30 PM • VIA ZOOM

Meeting login information will be sent out via email

so please make sure your email is on file.

(WC) SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday,

April 10 th from 7 AM until 3 PM. Residents who wish to

participate should set up in their respective driveways.

All garage sales should be promptly closed at 3 PM, with

any unsold items removed from public view. Always

take safety precautions when hosting a garage sale.

Have multiple adults working the garage sale, lock the

doors to your home, close your garage door and wear an

apron or a smock to hold your change instead of using a

cash box. Also follow CDC Guidelines for COVID-19.

(WC) HOME ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES

Please remember that approval from the Architectural

Review Committee must be obtained prior to any

changes or improvements made to the exterior

of your property, including but not limited to:

repainting, roofing, door/window replacement, siding

replacement and major landscaping. ARC application

forms can be obtained on the copperfield.org website.

(WC) EMAIL COMMUNICATIONS

The Association is creating a database of email

addresses so that important communication can be

sent out to the community. If you have never received

an email from the HOA (the last one was in regards to

the annual meeting), please send an email to creyes@

grahammanagementhouston.com with your address

and the email you wish to add to your account.

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WESTCREEK CRIME WATCH COMMITTEE

When it comes to security, the garage is one area of the home that is commonly overlooked. Many

garages have electronic garage door openers that give the homeowner a false feeling of security.

Another often ignored element of the garage is the door that connects the garage to the house. If

this door is not kept secure, then anyone entering the garage can enter the house. In order to increase

garage security and house security, residents should always lock the doors connecting a home to an

attached garage. They should not rely on an automatic garage door opener for security. At home,

people should always park their cars in the garage with the garage door shut. If a burglar notices a

pattern where the garage door is left open or cars are normally parked in the driveway whenever

someone is home, then a closed garage door or no cars in the driveway may be a giveaway that no

one is home. Consistency in leaving the cars in the garage behind closed doors will keep from tipping

off the burglar that the home is unoccupied. Besides, leaving the garage door open allows strangers to

see whatever belongings are stored in the garage. It’s a good idea for homeowners to install automatic

openers that will allow them to stay in their cars until safely parked in the garage. It is important that

valuables are not left easily seen in the car and that the car is locked while in the driveway. Please email

wrspo@sbcglobal.net if you are interested in being a block captain or would like to join the committee.

WESTCREEK LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE

Meetings - 2 nd Monday of every month at 6:30 PM

Location - Forest Heights Pool Meeting Room or remotely by Zoom

The Westcreek Landscape Committee generally meets on the 2 nd Monday every month. If you are interested

in helping make a difference in our neighborhood and would like to become part of the group, we welcome

and encourage your attendance and hope to see you there - there is always room for you! Contrary to

popular opinions we do not do the manual labor! We are a friendly group of decision makers! Comments,

suggestions or questions regarding common areas or other landscape topics are always welcome. The

Landscape Committee at LandscapeWestcreek@gmail.com. A member will then get back with you to

answer your questions or concerns. We would like a volunteer from the area of Hudson Oaks. That part of

our community is not represented on the Landscape Committee. Please consider offering your time to us.

DID YOU KNOW? BY JULIE DABLAING

Spring Feasting - Nature’s Design: If you have walked along the Copperfield Trail recently you

may have noticed some of the bushes quivering with the frantic feeding of flocks of birds and

the cries of the local avian defenders trying to preserve their next meal! At the end of each culde-sac

on the Copperfield Trail, there are Texas native Yaupon Holly (Ilex vomitoria) bushes. The

female plants bear beautiful red berries throughout the winter. In Spring, early migrating birds,

such as the Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla cedrorum), arrive in flocks and feast on these berries.

The resident Texas State bird, the Northern Mockingbird, gamely tries to defend this food source.

Cedar waxwings are beautiful birds, with a prominent crest on the head

and bandit black masks. Their pale peach, grey and brown coloring is

emboldened with bright red feathers accenting the wings, hence the name

waxwings and yellow tips to the tail feathers. A bi-product of this feasting,

that you may notice under adjacent trees, are sidewalks with many yaupon

seed laden droppings - don’t fret, this will be washed away by the next rain

and we will all soon be distracted by the spring flowers. Enjoy the seasons.

BENCH INSSTALLED IN MEMORY OF MR. NEWSOME

The residents of Ivy Trail Court purchased and installed a bench on their cul-de-sac in memory

of one of their residents, Mr. Creech Newsome. RIP

PLEASE BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR: Coming Soon: The HOA has unanimously approved the

installation of pet waste stations along the greenbelt. The landscape members have decided

on the placement. Watch for them and please deposit your pet droppings properly.

COMMUNITY GARDEN NEWS: The Community Garden Committee continues to meet on the

second Saturday of each month at 9 AM at the garden located at Hudson Oaks Park. Come and

see what we are all about.

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LEARN AT HOME:

www.cfisd.net/en/parents-students/health/

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SCHOOL CALENDAR

To download the 2020-2021 school calendar, visit

the CFISD website at www.cfisd.net/en/calendar.

CLASS OF 2021 GRADUATION DATES

All graduation ceremonies will be held at the Berry Center (8877 Barker

Cypress Road). The graduation schedule is as follows:

Thursday, May 27, 2021

Cy-Fair - 8 PM

Friday, May 28, 2021

Cypress Creek - 8 PM

Saturday, May 29, 2021

Cypress Falls - 8 AM

Cypress Lakes - 8 PM

Sunday, May 30, 2021

Cypress Ranch - 8 PM

Monday, May 31, 2021

Cypress Ridge - 8 AM

Cypress Springs - 8 PM

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Cypress Woods - 8 PM

Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Jersey Village - 8 PM

Thursday, June 3, 2021

Cypress Park - 8 PM

Friday, June 4, 2021

Bridgeland - 8 AM

Langham Creek - 8 PM

COMMUNITY GENEROUSLY SUPPORTS 2021

LIVESTOCK SHOW AND SALE

The 27 th Annual CFISD Livestock Show Association Show and Sale, held

Feb. 1 st -6 th at the CFISD Exhibit Center, saw an incredible amount of

generosity from the CFISD community through the live auction, freezer

sale, monetary donations and the first-ever online sale, despite the

COVID-19 pandemic.

The Premium Sale (live auction) unofficially raised $281,950, which is

$23,250 more than last year. Final amounts from the Freezer Sale (animals

not placing high enough for the live auction), Agriculture Mechanics and

Horticulture silent auction and additional gifts to students are not yet

available. More than 130 projects had pre-sale commitments to purchase

and animals in the Freezer Sale sold out in record time. In addition, one

new record was set for Grand Champion Turkey:

• Texas Travel Plaza & Cana Tire Inc. paid $20,000 for the Grand Champion

Turkey exhibited by Mason Oehlers from Jersey Village High School.

“The support from the community was amazing,” said Denise Kubecka,

director of career and technical education. “The common message

community members shared was that they were there to ensure our

FFA students were rewarded for their hard work and they did not want

the pandemic to take anything away from that. So many wanted to be

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have happened without the parents, community members, countless

CFISD departments and, of course, our ag teachers working together on

the common goal to put our students first. Thank you to all. We did it!”

The following Livestock Royalty representatives were chosen:

• Show King - Reagon Carter from Bridgeland FFA;

• Show Queen - Evyn Barnes from Bridgeland FFA;

• Mr. Show Teen - Lucas Payan from Bridgeland FFA;

• Miss Show Teen - Emily Fayard from Cypress Woods FFA; and

• Top Hand (Sales) - Kaitlyn Smith from Cypress Woods FFA.

GRAND CHAMPIONS

DIVISION - EXHIBITOR - HIGH SCHOOL

FFA Cookie Basket - CFISD LSA - Cy-Fair Culinary Academy Central

Comm. Buckle - CFISD LSA - N/A

Ag Mechanics - Mikaila Reiland and Weston Coleman - Cy-Fair

Breeding Rabbits - Kendall Harris - Cypress Woods

Broilers - Carson Treichel - Cypress Ranch

Goat - Madison Treichel - Cypress Ranch

Goat Showmanship - Madison Treichel - Cypress Ranch

Heifer - Logan Jones - Cypress Falls

Heifer Showmanship - Kyleigh Emerson - Cy-Fair

Horticulture - Ashley Beavers - Cypress Creek

Lamb - Jessica Donalson - Cy-Fair

Lamb Showmanship - Marisa Dodson - Bridgeland

Rabbit - Caleb Lee - Cy-Fair

Steer - Kalvin Mullinax - Cypress Woods

Steer Showmanship - Travis Moore - Cypress Ridge

Steer Weight Gain - Catherine Labay - Cypress Ranch

Swine - Addison Thorin - Cypress Ranch

Swine Showmanship - Addison Thorin - Cypress Ranch

Turkey - Mason Oehlers - Jersey Village

RESERVE CHAMPIONS

DIVISION - EXHIBITOR - HIGH SCHOOL

Ag Mechanics - Abigail Esparza and Jaimyre Mitchell - Cypress Park

Breeding Rabbits - Marie Antoinette Salazar - Jersey Village

Broilers - Morgan Branch - Cypress Woods

Goat - Maddilyn Kelly - Cypress Ranch

Goat Showmanship - Madison LeBrock - Cypress Ranch

Heifer - Brandon Blackshear - Cypress Ranch

Heifer Showmanship - Alyssa Simpson - Cy-Fair

Horticulture - Victoria Gonzalez - Cypress Ridge

Lamb - Marisa Dodson - Bridgeland

Lamb Showmanship - Amanda Slaback - Cypress Ranch

Rabbit - Rylie Ruisinger - Cypress Ranch

Steer - Brandon Blackshear - Cypress Ranch

Steer Showmanship - Emma Morgan - Cy-Fair

Swine - Laynee Buchanan - Cypress Ranch

Swine Showmanship- Reese McDaniel - Cy-Fair

Turkey - Evyn Barnes – Bridgeland

Visit www.cfisd.net/en/news-media/district/community-generouslysupports-2021-livestock-show-and-sale

for more winner information.

FOUR HIGH SCHOOLS RECEIVE FIRST WAVE OF

SYNTHETIC TURF FIELDS

Four high schools have finished receiving new synthetic turf baseball

and softball fields as part of the community-supported 2019 bond

referendum. Cypress Ridge, Cypress Ranch, Cypress Woods and Cypress

Falls high schools each received the improvements this year, at an

estimated cost of $14.5 million. The project was designed by IBI Architects

and constructed by ICI Construction.

“A three-phase plan is being implemented for the design and construction

of the fields,” said Roy Sprague, CFISD chief operations officer. “Phase

1 started in 2019, with those four campuses having been substantially

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completed. Phase 2 design work is being completed and construction is

anticipated to start in April 2021 and the Phase 3 campuses design work

will start in early 2022.”

Phase 2 is scheduled to include Cypress Creek, Cypress Lakes, Jersey

Village and Langham Creek high schools. Phase 3 is scheduled to include

Cypress Springs, Cypress Park and Bridgeland high schools. The Cy-Fair

High School synthetic turf fields will be constructed as part of the Cy-Fair

Multi-Campus Master Plan Improvements, with design starting in late

2021.

The synthetic turf, supplied by FieldTurf USA, allows for almost immediate

playability after rainfall; as well as less groundskeeping and maintenance,

year-round availability and increased safety.

“We are excited for the start of our upcoming softball and baseball

seasons and the recent addition of our four baseball and four softball

turfed fields,” said Ray Zepeda, CFISD director of athletics. “The entire

project will allow us to have a facility that is much more useful and

functional for our programs, athletes and coaches.”

In addition to the surface improvements, the project also increased the

seating capacity at the Cypress Ridge and Cypress Ranch softball fields

and the Cypress Woods and Cypress Falls baseball facilities.

“We are hopeful that this will allow us to host more playoff contests within

our school district,” Zepeda said. “The quality of the materials and the scope

of the entire project reflects our communities’ commitment to having firstclass

facilities for our athletes. We sincerely appreciate the support of our

community and will certainly take great pride in our new facilities.”

GARAGE SALES

ANNUAL ELDRIDGE PARK SPRING COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE

It’s time for our annual Eldridge Park Spring Community Garage Sale,

Saturday, March 20 th , 7 AM till everything is gone. Come find furniture,

household goods, tools, children’s clothing/toys and those special items

you’ve been looking for. We are located at the intersection of N. Eldridge

Parkway and W. Little York (behind the Toshiba facility). See you there!

COPPERBROOK GARAGE SALE

First Saturday in April, April 3 rd from 7 AM-2 PM, rain date will be the

following Saturday, April 10 th .

Located West Rd - east of Hwy 6

COPPER VILLAGE SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Copper Village Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 3 rd

from 7 AM to 12 Noon. Located West Road - between Hwy 6 & Queenston

EASTON COMMONS SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Easton Commons Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April

10 th from 7 AM until 3 PM.

SOUTHDOWN SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 10 th from 7 AM

until 3 PM. Located in Copperfield off of Longenbaugh near Hwy. 6

WESTCREEK VILLAGE SPRING GARAGE SALE

The Spring Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, April 10 th from 7 AM

until 3 PM. Located off of Queenston between FM529 & Longenbaugh.

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SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 2021

Located near Telge and West as well as Tuckerton and Telge.

VILLAGES AT LAKEPOINTE COMMUNITY GARAGE SALE

SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 2021, 8 AM TO NOON

Located off of Eldridge, north of Little York.

YORKTOWN COLONY COMMUNITY YARD SALE

APRIL 23 RD AND 24 TH

West Little York between Eldridge and Hwy 6

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Northwest Houston’s longest running all volunteer playhouse. We are

currently celebrating our 58 th season and have now produced nearly 400

shows. Throughout the years, we have endeavored to provide quality,

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We have done everything we can to try and reopen our doors, including

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in our air filtration system. We even offered a safe and distanced indoor

concert as well as an indoor offering from our educational touring unit

this past fall. And when those projects proved financially challenging and

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Easy Banana Cream Pie

You could make this on National Banana Cream Pie Day March 2nd!

INGREDIENTS:

3 cups heavy cream

1/2 cup crushed ice

1 (3.5 ounce) package instant banana pudding mix

1 (3.4 ounce) package instant vanilla pudding mix

3 bananas, sliced

1 (9 inch) pie shell, baked

1 cup heavy cream

DIRECTIONS:

Using an electric mixer, whip 3 cups heavy cream on low speed until

it starts to thicken. Add crushed ice and continue to whip another 4

minutes. Increase speed and add vanilla and banana pudding mixes,

whipping until pudding mixes are blended fully with the cream and the

mixture thickens. Increase speed to high and beat until mixture is stiff.

Line the bottom and half way up the sides of pie crust with banana

slices. Cover bananas with half of the banana cream mixture and top

completely with banana slices. Top with the remaining banana cream

mixture. In a small bowl, whip 1 cup cream until stiff peaks form. Using a

pastry bag, pipe cream onto top of pie, covering completely. Refrigerate

1 hour before serving.

Source: allrecipes.com

Blueberry Popovers

You could make this on National Blueberry Popover Day March 10th!

INGREDIENTS:

3 tablespoons butter, cut into 6 equal-sized pieces

1 cup whole milk

3 eggs, beaten

1/4 cup white sugar

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 cup all-purpose flour

1/2 cup fresh blueberries

1 tablespoon white sugar

1 teaspoon ground cinnamon

1/4 cup confectioners’ sugar, or to taste

1 lemon, halved

DIRECTIONS: Preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Put a piece of butter

into each of 6 large muffin cups. Put muffin tin in preheated oven until butter melts,

about 5 minutes. Set aside.

Beat milk, eggs, 1/4 cup sugar and vanilla together in a large bowl. Whisk flour into

the milk mixture until you have a batter. Divide batter between muffin cups. Drop

even amounts of blueberries into each batter portion. Stir 1 tablespoon sugar and

cinnamon together in a small bowl, sprinkle evenly over the batter portions.

Bake in preheated oven for 5 minutes. Reduce heat to 350 degrees F (175 degrees

C) and continue baking until popovers are no longer moist in the center, about 25

minutes. Dust tops of popovers with confectioners’ sugar. Squeeze lemon juice over

popovers. Serve warm.

Source: allrecipes.com

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March Gardening Tips

VEGETABLES: Plant vegetables such as tomatoes, sweet corn and

snap beans and pepper, as well as cucumbers, lima or butter beans,

cantaloupe, okra (if the soil has warmed sufficiently - 70 degrees F. or

higher), southern peas, pumpkin, squash, peanuts and watermelon.

LAWN: Re-sod or replant as needed with turfgrasses adapted to this

part of Texas and suited to the planting location (shade or sun). • When

resodding semi-shaded areas with St. Augustine, use ONLY the variety

Floratam for best pest resistance. See www.plantanswers.com/grass.htm.

TREES AND SHRUBS: Plant container-grown trees and shrubs as soon as

possible. In shady areas, where grass is difficult to grow, consider planting a

dependable groundcover such as English ivy, Asian jasmine, vinca or one of

the prostrate junipers. • Prune spring flowering and evergreen shrubs during

early March. However, be sure to prune spring flowering shrubs after they have

bloomed. • Fertilize with a pre-plant application of a slow-release fertilizer

analysis such as 19 - 5 - 9 at the rate of 3 pounds per 100 square feet of garden

planting area. Early March is the ideal time to fertilize landscape plants because

you give them food just before the spring growing season starts.

NATIONAL PLANT A FLOWER DAY - MARCH 12TH

Spring is just around the corner and March 12 th is the day to participate

in National Plant a Flower Day. Each year this day is dedicated to the

planting of flowers and looking forward to the spring season. Flower

gardening has become a hobby for many, young and old and National

Plant a Flower Day is a start to the new season each year.

Marigolds and Daffodils are the flowers of this month. It’s good to know

the zone you live in to determine which flowers grow as perennials (those

that grow back every year) in your area and which are considered annuals

(those that require planting every year). To find out more check out the

USDA site for Hardiness Zones.

Seeds can be started inside and set in a sunny window. When the weather

is nicer, move those plants outside. Keep the soil moist, but not wet and

follow the instructions on the seed package for proper germination of

the seedling. For those who can’t wait, get out those seed catalogs and

start planning your next flower garden.

Are you in a warmer climate? Then it’s time to get out the trowel and

the garden gloves and start turning over some new soil. Sow some new

seeds, bulbs or plants and nurture those blossoms into a brilliant blaze

for the whole neighborhood to enjoy.

Tips for Starting a Flower Garden: Start with a potted garden. If you aren’t

ready to tear up a patch of lawn, this is a good way to go. They do require

more watering, but less care overall. • Select plants that grow well in

your spot. Some plants grow well in the shade and others prefer the sun.

Others love both! • Did you know gardeners who prefer perennial gardens

have to thin their flower beds every couple of years? They also like to

share the extra bulbs and seeds with those who are new to gardening,

so if you know someone with a green thumb, get to know them better.

You might get some free plants, advice and a budding friendship! • Local

greenhouses stock plants that grow well in your area. Don’t be afraid to

ask them questions and shop there frequently. • Let’s all work together

by planting a flower and helping make the world a more beautiful place.

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