Williamsburg Settlement September 2021

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WILLIAMSBURG SETTLEMENT INFO

WILLIAMSBURG SETTLEMENT MAINTENANCE ASSOCIATION

www.wsmaonline.org

BOARD MEMBERS

President CO Holt 281-347-8702

Vice President Bill Petry 281-347-6465

Landscaping and Meeting Room Setup

Architectural Review Committee Member

Secretary/Treasurer/Webmaster Dave Ellis 281-347-2580

Email Communications and Newsletter, Elec Repairs, Keys,

Clubhouse and Pool Rental and Maintenance

Director Jim Calvert 281-380-8628

Deed Restrictions , Yard of the Month , Architectural Review Chairman

Director James Kelley 832-812-5567

Flags, Perimeter Fence Maintenance and Meeting Signs

Architectural Review Committee Member

Welcoming Volunteers Krystal Gillogly 832-428-0877

For all other issues, please contact:

CREST MANAGEMENT Switchboard 281-579-0761

Cindy Bojé 281-945-4668

Swim Team Katy Hall 713-569-4530

Ladies Tennis Leagues Karen Mace 281-347-4058

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UTILITIES

Centerpoint Energy 713-207-2222

Gas Problems 713-659-2111

Reliant Energy 713-207-1111

Street Lights - not working 713-207-2222

Street Repairs 281-463-6300

MUD #61 281-347-8686

MUD #62 281-347-8686

TAXING AUTHORITIES

Harris Co. Appraisal Dist. 713-683-9200

Waller Co. Appraisal Dist. / KISD Tax 281-391-3188

SCHOOLS

KISD Administration KISD 281-396-6000

Transportation 281-396-7560

Winborn Elem. 281-237-6650

Morton Ranch Jr. High 281-237-7400

Morton Ranch High School 281-237-7800

Katy High School 281-237-6700

IMPORTANT NUMBERS

EMERGENCIES 911

Sheriff Non-Emergency Dispatch 713-221-6000

HCESD-48 Fire Dept. (Information Calls) 281-599-8888

Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital 281-644-7000

Poison Control 800-764-7661

Animal Control 281-999-3191

Harris County Health Dept. 713-526-1841

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NEWSLETTER DEADLINE: submittals to Dave Ellis (dave@daveellis.com) by the 20th of each month

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AUGUST YARD OF THE MONTH

The Yard of the Month for August 2021 is awarded to Raul and Christie Moreno of 1703 Calveryman Lane.

The Morenos have 4 children: three adult children who graduated from Morton Ranch and the youngest who will be in the class of 2027. Their daughter

works just outside the neighborhood at Academy on their communications team; their son works in sales in New York City for Klarna and they have a

son who is a recent Morton Ranch grad who is headed to TAMU this month to study as a Nutrition/Physician Assistant. The youngest Moreno keeps the

family busy with weekend baseball tournaments and other extracurricular activities while attending Aristoi Classical Academy.

Raul is employed with Cardinal Health and Christie works at Paetow High School. They enjoy spending time outdoors, teaching youth at St. Bartholomew

Catholic Church, volunteering at MRHS and in the community and trips with their children and extended family.

The Morenos said that they enjoy the pride that The Settlement residents take in keeping the neighborhood beautiful, as well as the helpfulness and

friendliness of our community. “Having experienced COVID quarantine and SNOVID! it was reassuring knowing that we had caring neighbors willing

to help each other out.”

They thank their long-term landscaper (Hector) for keeping their yard colorful and trim. It hosts a variety of perennials, rose, gardenia and azalea

bushes, a sago palm, Mexican heather, monkey grass, pine trees and landscaping stones.

Congratulations to Raul and Christie Moreno on being selected as our August 2021 Yard of the Month award winner. Their yard makes an outstanding

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LEGISLATIVE CHANGES

The 87 th Texas Legislative Session packed

a number of unwelcome surprises for

Home Owner Associations (HOAs) such as

ours. Most of the regulations in Senate Bill

1588, which was signed into law by the

Governor Greg Abbott and take effect on

September 1 st can be accommodated with

procedural changes, but the real bite is the

new requirement that after that date no

Board member, their spouse or someone

residing in a Board member’s residence

may be a member of an Architectural

Control Committee (ACC). This is the

committee charged with the responsibility

of reviewing all homeowner requests

for make changes to the exterior of their

property to ensure that a subdivision is not

degraded as a result of uncontrolled and

poorly conceived modifications. This task

has always been a major function of HOA

Boards.

As there aren’t even sufficient volunteers

to fully staff our Board, to find additional

qualified and committed volunteers to

staff a separate ACC would not be realistic

so the Board has decided to outsource the

ACC function to Crest, our management

company. This will require a significant

increase in the value of the Crest contract,

which will have to be included in our 2022

budget.

ANOTHER GREAT SEASON FOR THE DOLPHINS!

The Williamsburg Settlement Dolphins had a great 2021 swim team season. After a “practice only”

2020 season, the coaches and swimmers were excited to get back into the water and compete in a

more normal-looking 2021. All the swim meets were “virtual,” meaning each team swam at their own

pool, but the kids were excited to race in a real swim meet setting again. Your Dolphins won every

meet and finished as Virtual Season Champions! Thank you to all the swimmers for their hard work

and to the volunteers who made the meets possible. We’d also like to especially thank Head Coach

Nicole Morgan, Asst. Head Coach Jacob Hudzina and our Asst. Coaches Anna Ng and Tanner Griffin

for all their hours and hard work this year. Go Dolphins!

POOL SEASON DRAWS TO A CLOSE

As a reminder, full time operation of our pool ended on August 15 th . It will remain open on weekends,

including Labor Day (September 6 th ), through September 26 th following which it will close for the

2021 season.

Hours of operation for the pool are 11 AM to 8 PM.

NEXT WSMA BOARD MEETING

The next meeting of the WSMA Board of Directors will be the annual budget meeting and will be

held at the Crest offices located at 17171 Park Row, Suite 310. The meeting will begin at 5:30 PM on

Tuesday September 21, 2021.

This is not good news, but is necessary to

comply with the decisions made by our

elected representatives.

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In light of the ongoing threat from

the COVID variants, the hold on Board

sponsored community events will continue

at least through the remainder of this

year. Regrettably this includes the annual

National Night Out celebration, which until

the onset of COVID-19 we have held in the

first week of October since 2014.

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Rabies tag onto the pet’s collar and leave it there all the time. That way, if the pet gets loose, anyone

finding him or her can look at the tag to see the vet’s phone number and call to report the lost animal.

Better yet, add another tag to your pet’s collar that lists the dog or cat’s name and your own phone

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DRAFT MINUTES OF THE MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF

WILLIAMSBURG SETTLEMENT MAINTENANCE ASSOCIATION, INC., JULY 20, 2021

A meeting of the Board of Directors of the

Williamsburg Settlement Maintenance

Association, Inc. was held on Tuesday, July

20, 2021 at 5:30 PM at the Williamsburg

Settlement clubhouse, 1602 Hoyt, Katy, Texas

77449.

ATTENDANCE

Board Members present were Dave Ellis, Jim

Calvert, CO Holt, Bill Petry and James Kelley.

Also, in attendance was Cindy Bojé

representing Crest Management.

With a quorum being established, the

meeting was called to order at 5:30 PM.

SECRETARY REPORT - APPROVAL OF MINUTES

The minutes from the June 15, 2021 Board

meeting and the July 8, 2021 hearing were

presented and a motion was made, seconded

and unanimously carried to accept the

minutes without change.

HOMEOWNER CONCERNS

Three homeowners were present, mainly to

observe the meeting. The homeowners had

various questions regarding deed restrictions,

security and perimeter fencing.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Welcoming of New Residents - Dave Ellis

reported that five new residents had been

added to the welcoming list since the June

meeting and good progress is being made

to clear the backlog. A copy of the report was

provided in the Board packets.

FINANCIAL REVIEW

Dave Ellis presented a report of the June 30,

2021, financials. As of this date, the money

in the bank totaled $912,958.12. This figure

includes checking, money market accounts

and CD’s which are the funds required to

cover both operating expenses and the

necessary reserve to fund maintenance and

replacement of the Association’s capital

assets. The delinquency total as of June 30,

2021, was $38,453.46.

OLD BUSINESS

The following motions were made and

approved since the last Board meeting:

a) Appointment of CO Holt, James Kelley and

Bill Petry to the ACC

b) Approval of Donald Electric to Install New

Bruton Park LED Fixture in the amount of $790

c) Approval of Texas Lawn Care for South Car

Park Fence Area Drainage in the amount of

$3,380

d) Approval of Texas Lawn Care for the

Entrance Landscaping improvements in the

amount of $9,388.50

e) Approval of Clubhouse Chairs Replacement

in the amount of $1,797.83

f) Approval of Donald Electric to Install Pump

and Chemical Room Fans in the amount of

$1,617.53

g) Approval of Texas Lawn Care to Install

Bull Rock Around the Tree in the Car Park to

Improve Drainage in the amount of $1,585

Big Room Renovation Status - Dave Ellis stated

that the installation of the acoustic panels

has been completed. The kitchen upgrade

is proceeding, howbeit a little slower than

expected. The cabinets have been installed

and the appliances will be installed within the

next few days. The task pacing completion is

the granite countertop which it is hoped will

be installed by the end of the month.

NEW BUSINESS

Issues Arising from 2021 Texas Legislative

Session - The Board discussed various topics

but focused mainly on the practicality of

forming a separate Architectural Control

Committee (ACC) in response to the new

law that states as of September 1 the Board

is no longer authorized to perform this

function. The alternative is to outsource

this function to a third party, which in this

instance would be Crest Management.

After a discussion, the Board unanimously

approved appointing Crest Management to

perform the ACC function by reviewing the

Exterior Modification Requests (EMRs) at $75

per request. The Board did state, however,

that they might be interested in additional

inspections during the month to include

inspections for EMR compliance. (Subsequent

to the meeting Cindy Bojé informed the Board

that the cost of one additional inspection

each month would add $600 to the current

monthly management fee).

Increase in Board Members’ Emergency

Expenditure Authorization - CO Holt stated

that the current Board member emergency

expenditure allowance without Board

approval is $250. He stated that as costs

have increased over the years this amount

is no longer sufficient and recommended

that it be increased to $500. The motion was

unanimously approved.

Preliminary 2022 Budget Planning - Dave

Ellis stated that the budget meeting will

be held on September 21, 2021, at the

Crest Management office. As there will be

a number of new projects to be included in

the 2022 budget CO Holt suggested that the

responsibility for providing estimates of the

cost of each be assumed by various Board

members. Dave will provide a list of the

projects and solicit volunteers for each.

Texas Strong Proposal for Re-Piping

Clubhouse Water Lines - A copy of the

proposal was provided in the Board packets. CO Holt

requested that this topic be tabled.

Community Events - The Board discussed community

events. After the discussion, the Board decided that

due to the ongoing COVID situation coupled with the

Board being two members short it would be best to

table community events until the situation improves

and the Board is fully equipped to handle the many

different roles and tasks.

ADJOURNMENT TO EXECUTIVE SESSION - With no

further business to come before the Board, the

meeting was adjourned into executive session at 6:38

PM.

Delinquencies - Seven accounts remain on the trash

suspension list.

Deed Restriction Enforcement - Jim Calvert reviewed

the Enforcement Action Report with the Board. There

was no action to be taken this month.

Attorney Action Report - Jim Calvert reviewed the

Attorney Action Report with the Board. There was no

action to be taken this month. The Board stated that

the Attorney has its approval to move forward with

deed restriction maintenance efforts.

ADJOURNMENT

There were no homeowners present to hear a

summary of the executive session. The next meeting

will be held on August 17, 2021.

With no further business to come before the Board,

the meeting was adjourned at 7:19 PM.

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STREET LIGHT OUTAGES

To report a burned out streetlight, any resident may call CenterPoint

directly at 713-207-2222. However, for those with Internet access, you

may also make this report on-line. For those interested, you can go to

http://cnp.centerpointenergy.com/outage. Then enter your contact

details so that they can get back to you if more information is required.

On the following page enter the details of the light(s) with the problem.

Just as you would if reporting the outage via the telephone, you will need

to provide the street address where the light is located and the 6-digit

number that is prominently displayed on the front of the pole. Under

normal circumstances the crew will be out to fix the problem within 7

working days.

Anyone noticing a streetlight that is out or has some other malfunction is

encouraged to report the problem to CenterPoint via either of these two

methods without delay. Our Association is charged for every streetlight

each month, irrespective of whether or not the light is functioning. So

please help us get value for your hard earned money!

WILLIAMSBURG SETTLEMENT

CLUBHOUSE AND POOL RENTAL

The Clubhouse is available for rental for non-profit activities to all

residents in good standing with the Association. The fees are as follows:

BIG ROOM RENTAL FEE:

Up to 49 people - $50

50-100 people - $75

Plus a refundable security deposit:

No alcohol served - $100

Alcohol served or the attendance of

20 or more under the age of 21 - $200*

SMALL ROOM RENTAL FEE:

Up to 20 people - $30

(Small Room is 17’ X 15’ and rental does not include kitchen)

Plus a refundable security deposit of $50

*Note that when alcohol is served, two security guards must also be on

duty. The requirement for two is mandated by the Sheriff’s Department.

The charge for the security guards, which is paid directly to the officers,

is the responsibility of the resident requesting the rental. Also, if

there are more than 20 young people between the ages of 13 and 21

unaccompanied by their family members the Association requires

one responsible adult for every 10 of these young persons to act as

chaperones.

All deposits refundable upon passing the exit inspection.

POOL RENTAL

During Pool Hours:

• Only 1 group at a time.

• Parties must be scheduled at least 2 weeks ahead of time.

• Parties held during open hours are restricted to 20 or fewer persons

(adults and children) who will be entering the pool and do not have their

own pool tags.

• In the event that the total number of persons in the pool (including

regular pool users who are not in the party) is likely to exceed the 50 that

can be handled by the 2 regular lifeguards then, two weeks prior to the

event, the renter may request that an additional lifeguard be added for

the duration of the party. The charge for this additional guard will be $26

per hour. If no provision has been made for an additional lifeguard then

the number of party members entering the pool must be limited such

that the total number of people in the pool at any time (including regular

pool users who are not in the party) does not exceed 50.

• Two responsible adults must be in the pool area at all times acting as

chaperons to ensure the good behavior of all members of the party.

• Party to be over and the area cleaned up by pool closing at 8 PM.

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After hours:

• Parties must be scheduled at least 2 weeks ahead of time.

• Rental fee 1-49 people $ 50

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• Private pool parties may only be scheduled on days on which the pool

is open. The parties may start at 8 PM and must end, the area cleaned up

and the facility vacated by the scheduled end of the party, either 10 PM

or 11 PM as selected on the booking form. The lifeguards will clear the

pool 15 minutes prior to end time.

• One responsible adult for every 10 persons under the age of 21 must

be in the pool area at all times acting as chaperones to ensure the good

behavior of all members of the party.

• Lifeguards will be booked by the Association from the pool management

company. There will be a minimum of 2 lifeguards plus an additional

guard for every 20 persons in excess of 50 who will be entering the pool.

The per-lifeguard hourly fee is $26.

• The cost for the lifeguards will be added to the rental fee and will be

payable by the renter to the Association at the time the booking is

confirmed.

• A $150 refundable deposit is required. (No exceptions!)

For clubhouse and pool availability refer to the Clubhouse Bookings

page of the Association web site, www.wsmaonline.org then to make a

reservation please complete the pool entries on the on-line Clubhouse

Booking Form.

If you need further information call Dave Ellis at 281-347-2580.

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VETERINARY PUBLIC

HEALTH LEASH LAW

Animals that are not properly restrained pose a threat to all our residents.

While you may know your pet is friendly, an animal running at someone

who is walking by is very scary for that person. Many children are afraid

of animals and become frightened, which could result in the child getting

hurt trying to avoid the animal. Veterinary Public Health (formerly called

Harris County Animal Control) advises that, “All dogs and cats must be kept

under restraint while in the unincorporated areas of Harris County, Texas.

The custodian of a dog or cat is not authorized to have, harbor or keep any

unlicensed dog or cat or to allow any dog or cat to become a stray.”

Restraint is defined as the control of a dog or cat under the following

circumstances:

1. When it is controlled by a line or leash not more then six (6) feet in length,

if the line or leash is held by a human being who is capable of controlling or

governing the dog or cat in question.

2. When it is within a fully enclosed vehicle.

3. When it is on the premise of the custodian and the animal does not have

access to sidewalk to street.

While it may be nice to have your animal out in the yard while you work or

play, it is against the law, unless the animal is properly restrained.

Let’s all help keep our community a safe and comfortable place for all

our residents by being responsible pet owners. This will not only protect

anyone who may be walking or bicycling in the area, but also the pet

owner who could be held legally responsible or possibly sued for failing to

properly restrain their pet.

KATY AREA PLAYGROUP

A Katy area playgroup for stay at home moms and their infant-preschool

aged children in the Williamsburg area meets every Monday at different

locations. If you interested in participating or finding out more about the

playgroup, please contact the playgroup coordinator, Laura Bannerman,

at llbannerman@gmail.com. Please share this information with neighbors

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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.

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KISD NEWS

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September 6 th : Holiday - Students and Staff

September 24 th : Professional Learning Day - Student Holiday

September 27 th : 2 nd Secondary Grading Cycle Begins

KATY ISD SAVES OVER $4M BY IMPLEMENTING

ENERGY SAVING STRATEGIES

Twenty-four Katy Independent School District campuses have earned the Energy Star

Certification by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and have saved the District

over $4 million to date due to their efforts. Since 2019, Katy ISD has partnered with

Cenergistic, a Texas-based company that helps school districts conserve energy through

strategies that include fine-tuning air conditioning (AC) run times, identifying unused

AC/lighting schedules, overnight equipment checks, updating technology and other

protocols. “Through approved bond projects, the Katy ISD Operations Division has

been able to install new equipment that is both energy-efficient and more reliable for

campuses and District facilities,” said Chief Operations Officer Ted Vierling. “Small changes

such as upgrading lighting from old technology to light-emitting diode (LED) to larger

adjustments such as replacing boilers and chillers have improved efficiency for both

energy and water consumption,” added Vierling. Over the past three years, Katy ISD has

committed to making energy conservation a priority due to the rising cost of electricity,

gas and water. Every dollar saved on these utilities amounts to greater funding that can

be redirected to classrooms, teachers and students. Looking to sustain conservation

efforts now and well into the future, all new Katy ISD facilities are built with energyefficient

components such as LED lighting, automatic shut-off switches for classroom

lighting, upgraded control systems and utilization of natural light whenever practical.

The following campuses have been awarded the Energy Star Certification:

Elementary Campuses:, Alexander Elementary, Bear Creek Elementary, Cimarron

Elementary, Creech Elementary, Davidson Elementary, Fielder Elementary, Golbow

Elementary, Griffin Elementary, Hayes Elementary, Jenks Elementary, Leonard Elementary,

McRoberts Elementary, Randolph Elementary, Shafer Elementary, Sundown Elementary,

Williams Elementary, Wilson Elementary, Wolfe Elementary, Wolman Elementary

Junior High Campuses: McDonald Junior High, McMeans Junior High, Memorial

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SPEAKUP CAMPAIGNS RECOGNIZED

BY STATE AND NATIONAL

ORGANIZATIONS

The National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA)

recently recognized the Katy Independent School District

Communication Department with a Golden Achievement

Award for its exemplary work on the District’s Smart Restart -

Return to School campaign, which was executed during the

COVID-19 pandemic. The campaign focused on educating

and engaging students, parents, staff and community

members on the return to school plan, safety protocols

and evolving initiatives impacted by the pandemic. Also

this year, the Texas School Public Relations Association

(TSPRA) awarded the Communications Department with

a Gold Star Award, the highest school public relations

honor in the state, for the District’s SpeakUp Safe Schools

campaign - a multi-level marketing and communication

initiative designed to build awareness around safety

topics; encourage the use of the SpeakUp anonymous

reporting app; emphasize student ownership of safety

protocols; educate parents; and reinforce drug and alcohol

awareness. Print and promotional materials included

posters, public service announcements (PSA) videos and

website and social media messaging. Additionally, a Best of

Category Award was earned for the Department’s scripting,

editing and filming of the PSA video titled “Vaping, It’s Up

to You,” which was part of the campaign.

“Clear, concise and timely messaging for our school

community has always been a key component to our

District’s outreach efforts,” said Dr. Andrea Grooms, Chief

Communications Officer. “While our Communications

team is small, their responsibilities are immense and their

outcomes, far-reaching. They are an extremely talented

and dedicated group of professionals - always prioritizing

the informational needs of Katy ISD families and staff, no

matter the time or circumstances,” added Grooms. The Katy

ISD Communication Department was recognized during

the annual TSPRA and NSPRA conventions this year.

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Clear Springs Cy Springs Conroe College Park Cy Lakes Memorial Magnolia

Barbers Hill

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Aug. Legacy Home C-F FCU Away Moorehead Away Wood Forest Away Rhodes Home Rhodes Home Legacy Home Barber Hill Away Waco LaVega Away

26-28 Fri Aug 27 6 pm Sat Aug 28 6 pm Fri Aug 27 7 pm Fri Aug 27 7 pm Sat Aug 28 7 pm Fri Aug 27 7 pm Sat Aug 28 6 pm Fri Aug 27 7:30 pm Fri Aug 27 7:30 pm

Parent Night

Week 2

Cy Woods George Ranch Cy Lakes Aldine Davis Paetow Klein Clear Springs Morton Ranch

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Sept. Rhodes Home Traylor Away C-F FCU Away Legacy Home Legacy Away Klein Memorial Away Challenger Away Legacy Home Rhodes Home

2-4 Sat Sept 4 7 pm Sat Sept 4 6 pm Thurs Sept 2 6:30 pm Sat Sept 4 6 pm Fri Sept 3 6 pm Thurs Sept 2 7 pm Fri Sept 3 7 pm Fri Sept 3 6 pm Fri Sept 3 7 pm

Parent Night

JH Night

Week 3

Dickinson Cy Fair Nimitz Brazoswood Hastings Aldine Davis Klein Collins

Foster

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Sept. Sam Vantanza Away Pridgeon Away Thorne Stadium Away Legacy Home Legacy Home Rhodes Home Legacy Home Traylor Away Rhodes Home

9-11 Fri Sept 10 7 pm Sat Sept 11 6 pm Thurs Sept 9 6 pm Fri Sept 10 6 pm Thurs Sept 9 6 pm Fri Sept 10 7 pm Sat Sept 11 6 pm Fri Sept 10 7 pm Thurs Sept 9 7 pm

Parent Night

JH Night

Week 4

The Woodlands Klein Cain OPEN Clear Falls Lake Creek Heights Clear Creek Kempner

Davenport - Comal

Sept. Rhodes Home Rhodes Home CCISD Veterans Away Legacy Home Delmar Away Legacy Home Legacy Home DHS

Away

16-18 Thurs Sept 16 7 pm Fri Sept 17 7 pm Fri Sept 17 7 pm Thurs Sept 16 6 pm Thurs Sept 16 7 pm Fri Sept 17 6 pm Sat Sept 18 6 pm Fri Sept 17 7:30 pm

Parent Night Homecoming Homecoming

Week 5

Seven Lakes Morton Ranch College Park Tompkins Taylor Katy Cinco Ranch

OPEN

Lake Belton

Sept. Legacy Away Rhodes Away Legacy Home Rhodes Away Rhodes Home Legacy Home Rhodes Home LBHS Away

23-25 Thurs Sept 23 6 pm Fri Sept 24 7 pm Fri Sept 24 6 pm Thurs Sept 23 7 pm Fri Sept 24 7 pm Thurs Sept 23 6 pm Thurs Sept 23 7 pm Fri Sept 24 7 pm

Homecoming

Week 6

Tompkins Seven Lakes Cinco Ranch Mayde Creek OPEN Taylor Katy Milby

Hitchcock

Sept/Oct Legacy Home Legacy Home Rhodes Away Rhodes Home Legacy Away Legacy Away Butler Away Rhodes Home

30-2 Fri Oct 1 6 pm Thurs Sept 30 6 pm Thurs Sept 30 7 pm Thurs Sept 30 7 pm Thurs Sept 30 6 pm Fri Oct 1 6 pm Thurs Sept 30 7 pm Fri Oct 1 7 pm

B-O-A

Week 7

Homecoming

Mayde Creek Tompkins Katy OPEN Seven Lakes Morton Ranch Taylor

Wisdom

Oct. Rhodes Away Legacy Away Rhodes Home Legacy Away Legacy Home Legacy Home Rhodes Home

7-9 Fri Oct 8 7 pm Thurs Oct 7 6 pm Fri Oct 8 7 pm Fri Oct 8 6 pm Fri Oct 8 6 pm Thurs Oct 7 6 pm Thurs Oct 7 7 pm

Katy MF

Week 8

Cinco Ranch Mayde Creek Taylor Katy Tompkins

Homecoming

OPEN

JH Night

Morton Ranch

Homecoming

Terry

Lake Belton

Oct. Legacy Home Rhodes Home Rhodes Away Legacy Away Legacy Home Legacy Away Traylor Away Rhodes Home

14-16 Sat Oct 16 11 am Fri Oct 15 7 pm Fri Oct 15 7 pm Sat Oct 16 11am Fri Oct 15 6 pm Fri Oct 15 6 pm Fri Oct 15 7 pm Sat Oct 16 Noon

JH Night

Homecoming

Week 9

OPEN Cinco Ranch Morton Ranch Taylor Mayde Creek Tompkins Seven Lakes

Hightower

Oct. Legacy Away Legacy Home Legacy Home Legacy Away Rhodes Away Rhodes Home Rhodes Home

21-23 Fri Oct 22 6 pm Thurs Oct 21 6 pm Fri Oct 22 6 pm Thurs Oct 21 6 pm Fri Oct 22 7 pm Fri Oct 22 7 pm Thurs Oct 21 7 pm

5A Area Band

Week 10

Taylor

JH Night

Katy

JH Night

Seven Lakes

Homecoming

Morton Ranch Cinco Ranch Mayde Creek

Parent Night

OPEN Manvel

Pieper

Oct. Legacy Away Legacy Home Legacy Home Rhodes Away Rhodes Home Legacy Away Freedom Away Neutral

28-30 Thurs Oct 28 6 pm Thurs Oct 28 6 pm Fri Oct 29 6 pm Fri Oct 29 7 pm Fri Oct 29 7 pm Fri Oct 29 6 pm Fri Oct 29 7 pm Fri Oct 29 7 pm

6A Area Band

Week 11

Morton Ranch OPEN Tompkins Seven Lakes Katy

JH Night

Cinco Ranch

Mayde Creek

Angleton

Davenport

Nov. Legacy Away Rhodes Home Rhodes Home Legacy Home Rhodes Away Rhodes Away Legacy Home Legacy Home

4-6 Fri Nov 5 6 pm Thurs Nov 4 7 pm Fri Nov 5 7 pm Fri Nov 5 6 pm Fri Nov 5 7 pm Thurs Nov 4 7 pm Thurs Nov 4 6 pm Sat Nov 6 Noon

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GOOD NEIGHBOR DAY

SEPTEMBER 28 TH

Neighbors are an integral part of our social lives - whether at home or at

work. Good Neighbor Day on September 28 th is an annual holiday that

promotes neighborliness and niceness towards people who surround us.

How to Celebrate?

• Be nice to your neighbor - at home or elsewhere.

• If you don’t know your neighbors well, maybe today is your chance to go

up to them and strike up a conversation.

• Bake some goodies and share them with your neighbors. Bring them to

work for your work neighbors.

• Invite your neighbors to your home for a meal.

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NATIONAL GRANDPARENTS

DAY SEPTEMBER 12TH

Each year on the Sunday following Labor Day, grandchildren across the

country honor their grandparents. There is a special bond that can only

be shared between grandchildren and their grandparents. Grandparents

are full of hugs and kisses, family history, wisdom, patience, love

and guidance. National Grandparents Day gives grandchildren the

opportunity to show love and appreciation to their grandparents.

National Grandparents Day has its very own song. The National

Grandparents Day Council of Chula Vista, California announced in 2004

that A Song for Grandma and Grandpa by Johnny Prill would be the official

song of the United States National Grandparents Day holiday. The Council

presented Prill with the National Songwriter’s Award in recognition of his

highly popular composition A Song for Grandma and Grandpa.

The forget-me-not is the official flower for National Grandparents Day.

National Grandparents Day is expected to grow in significance over

the next decade and beyond as the number of grandparents in the

United States rises from 65 million in 2011 to 80 million in 2020 as a

result of the baby boom. Show your appreciation for everything your

grandparents have done for you.

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Did You Know…

…that the word neighbor comes from the Old English word neahgebur,

where neah means near and gebur means inhabitant?

On September 28 th , National Good Neighbor Day is celebrated. This

annual holiday was first proclaimed by President Jimmy Carter in 1978.

Mrs. Becky Mattson from Lakeside, Montana came up with the idea of

a national holiday recognizing the importance of good neighbors in

1971. In 1978, U.S. President Jimmy Carter announced the creation of a

national day aimed at raising public awareness that good neighbors help

achieve human understanding and build strong, thriving communities.

Since then, National Good Neighbor Day has been acknowledged by

various levels of government and is celebrated every year. The holiday

was originally celebrated on the fourth Sunday in September, but in

2003 its date was changed to September 28 th . On this day, Nextdoor.

com, a social network for neighborhoods, announces the recipients of

Nextdoor’s Good Neighbor Award. Everyone can nominate a neighbor or

a group of neighbors by writing a short story about what they have done

to help their local community and make it a better place. National Good

Neighbor Day is the perfect occasion to honor the people who make

significant contributions to creating safer neighborhoods and stronger

communities across the United States.

Sources: www.awarenessdays.com/us/awareness-days-calendar/

national-good-neighbor-day-2018/ and www.timeanddate.com/

holidays/fun/good-neighbor-day

QUICK OMELETTE FOR

SPORTS NIGHT

INGREDIENTS FOR ONE OMELETTE

2 tsp extra virgin olive oil

2 eggs

1/2 avocado, diced

25g Greek fetta, crumbled

1 tsp chopped fresh dill, plus extra to serve

2 tsp lime juice

Step 1: Heat oil in a small 18cm (base) non-stick frying pan over

medium-high heat.

Step 2: Whisk eggs with 1 tablespoon water in a small jug until

well combined. Season with salt and pepper. Pour mixture into

prepared pan. Cook for 2 minutes or until egg is almost set.

Step 3: Top one half of omelette with avocado, fetta and dill.

Drizzle with lime juice. Fold omelette over to enclose filling.

Transfer to a serving plate. Serve sprinkled with extra dill.

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Things to do

IN YOUR COMMUNITY

SEPT. 11

SEPT. 25

OCT. 2

CY-FAIR

WOMEN’S CLUB

SHOP ‘TIL YOU DROP

SEPTEMBER 11 TH , 9 AM-5 PM

Save the date in-person event: Cy-fair Women’s Club

presents their annual fundraiser “Shop ‘til you drop.”

The Berry Center - 8877 Barker Cypress Road, www.

cyfairwomensclub.org.

2021 WALK TO END

ALZHEIMER’S

The Alzheimer’s Association is inviting Katy/West

Houston residents to join the fight to end Alzheimer’s

by participating in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to

End Alzheimer’s® on Saturday, September 25, 2021

at 8:30 AM at La Centerra Shopping Mall in Katy, Texas.

Registration will begin at 7 AM. Ceremony will be at 8

AM.

The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is

moving forward with plans to host the event in person

this fall. The health and safety of participants, volunteers

and staff remain the Association’s top priorities while

continuing to monitor the pandemic and make decisions

about event details in local communities. While planning

to gather in person, the Alzheimer’s Association will

continue to offer options to participate in Walk to End

Alzheimer’s online and in neighborhoods across the

country.

To register and receive the latest updates on this year’s

Walk to End Alzheimer’s, visit: alz.org/walk.

9TH ANNUAL

FALL FESTIVAL

& CRAFT SHOW

OCTOBER 2, 2021, 9 AM TILL 3 PM

5373 Franz Road, Katy, Texas 77449

Free Admission!!!! Shopping, Children’s Activities,

Petting Zoo and food! Bring the entire family and

friends for a fun filled day! Vendors contact Mary @

saintpaulschurch@charter.net.

OCT. 9-10

BAYOU CITY

ART FESTIVAL DOWNTOWN

SATURDAY & SUNDAY, OCTOBER 9-10, 2021

The Art Colony Association, Inc. (ACA), the producer of Bayou City Art Festival, will

welcome artists, patrons and supporters back for Houston’s signature art event. The inperson

festival, Bayou City Art Festival Downtown, will be held in Downtown Houston,

along Allen Parkway and Sam Houston Park, on Saturday and Sunday, October 9-10,

2021, 10 AM-6 PM. Bayou City Art Festival will spotlight the festival’s featured artist

McKenzie Fisk, a painter from Los Angeles, as it transforms the streets of Downtown

into artistic avenues bursting with colors and culture. As one of the top art festivals in

the country, the weekend event will provide patrons with the opportunity to personally

meet artists, view original works and purchase artwork from 19 art disciplines including

world-class paintings, prints, jewelry, sculptures and more. The festival will feature

live music, food trucks and beverage stations throughout the festival along with two

entertainment stages and art installations. Guests will enjoy Houston’s skyline views while

enjoying the festival’s wine garden, craft beer garden and Art Bar. In the Active Imagination

Zone, the festival’s nonprofit partners will host hands-on art activities for all ages.

A portion of the proceeds from Bayou City Art Festival Downtown will benefit the

festival’s nonprofit partners including Artists For Artists, Fresh Arts, Houston SPCA,

Warriors In Art, Orange Show For Visionary Art and The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

Online early bird tickets will soon be available at www.bayoucityartfestival.com for

$15 for adults; $5 for children 6-12; and children five and under are free. Adult tickets

purchased after September 24, 2021, are $18. Online pre-purchased tickets are required

to enter the festival. Tickets will not be sold at the gate and can only be purchased online.

OCT. 16

OCT. 23

PICK-A-DILLY CRAFT FAIR

OCTOBER 16 TH , 9 AM-4 PM

The Pick-A-Dilly Craft Fair comes just in time for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas

for all your holiday needs! Join us on October 16 th from 9 AM-4 PM at St. Peter’s UMC,

20775 Kingsland Blvd., Katy, TX 77450. Find gifts for loved ones or something special

for yourself! Proceeds from Pick-a-dilly Craft Fair and the Silent Auction will benefit

St. Peter’s United Methodist Church Missions, which partners with many non-profit

organizations in the Katy community. We hope to see you there!

GINGERBREAD VILLAGE HOLIDAY

MARKET DATE SET!

October 23, 2021 is the date for St. Elizabeth Ann Seton’s ladies auxiliary’s 28 th annual

holiday market. Please save the date for getting a head start on your Christmas

shopping! If you are interested in becoming a vendor at this fun event, please email:

gingerbreadvillage@yahoo.com for more information and an application!

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Katy Sports

OPPORTUNITIES

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HYCA (Homeschool Christian Youth Association) is now accepting

registrations through October 9 th for the 2021-2022 season. The

organization has been in existence for 25 years and our coaching staff has

over 30 years of experience with HCYA. We have teams to accommodate

boys ages 8 through the High School Varsity Level. We compete against

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ALBION HURRICANES FC SOCCER

AHFC offers JHSL (a recreational program for 5 - 10 year olds) at our Cy-Fair

and Central locations and offers additional training at Katy Friday Night

Academy and New Territory Thursday Night Academy. All information

regarding Junior Hurricanes can be found at www.albionhurricanes.org/

Default.aspx?tabid=1004260/

Want to join a competitive program? AHFC is a full service soccer club

exposing its teams to the highest level of competition in its pursuit to

provide the best soccer schooling for its players. AHFC also wants to

encourage players that do not aspire to play at the next level to love this

beautiful game or possibly coach at some level in the future. Learn more

about AHFC: www.albionhurricanes.org/Default.aspx?tabid=304474.

WEST HOUSTON RUGBY CLUB

West Houston Rugby Club offers excellent opportunities for players of

all ages from minis to adults to participate in one of America’s fastest

growing sports. Our coaches are fully accredited with USA Rugby and

include former European premiership players. We are a not for profit

club with a mission to provide outstanding club management, a fun

social environment and the feeling of a rugby family. Registration is now

open at www.westhoustonrugby.com. Enquiries may be sent to info@

westhoustonrugby.com. Come and join the fastest growing club in

Houston!

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KATY AREA RUNNING CLUB

The Katy Area Running Club is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation which

exists to serve people living in and around Katy, Texas who have an interest

in running. We are a community of people of all ages, backgrounds,

heritages and abilities who share a common interest - running! Our focus

is on group runs, having fun, socializing and sharing our knowledge and

experience with our members and the public. We welcome all who are

interested in joining us.

We have a full calendar of runs, events and socials. We hold group runs

every Saturday morning at the Sergeant Hatch Sports Park off the south

I-10 feeder road just east of Barker Cypress Rd. On Tuesdays (5 AM and

6:30 PM) we meet at one of the KISD junior high tracks for speedwork

and on Thursday (6:30 PM) we meet at Crosspoint Community Church for

tempo runs of various distances and paces. To find out more and to join

our club, visit www.KatyAreaRunningClub.com.

TRACK HOUSTON YOUTH TRACK CLUB

Track Houston Youth Track Club has one of the largest and successful

youth track and field club training programs in the nation. Our program

has developed national champions in AAU, USATF, New Balance

and Adidas. Our Track and Field athletes have been selected for and

competed on youth international teams - Team USA and Team Trinidad.

We have multiple practice sites in the Greater Houston area including

Katy and Cypress. Visit www.trackhouston.com for Cross Country signups

in August, Speed Camps in October, Indoor Track and Field in November

and Track and Field in January. Track Houston is a registered 501 (c) (3)

organization.

KATY CANOE & KAYAK CLUB (KC/KC)

Established March of 2014 (Over 200 Members). Never paddled before,

that’s okay too! We don’t own a store, don’t purchase anything yet! Join

our meetings and we can answer your questions and/or assist you in

trying out new gear and equipment. KC/KC is a non-profit organization

with major Sponsors. Must be at least 21 years of age to join. LIFE VEST/

PFD IS A MUST!!!! We meet every 3 rd Wednesday of each month at

24638 Kingsland Blvd., Katy TX 77494 (Manta Ray Enterprises, Inc.), 7-9

PM. For more information, call Philip at 713-826-5705 or 281-782-7252.

“Remember-Think Safe, Paddle Safe”

WOMEN’S FLAT TRACK ROLLER DERBY

Southwest Houston’s own brand new women’s flat track roller derby

team is now forming. This isn’t the old school roller derby you’ve seen in

the past. We train derby athletes to compete according to the rules and

guidelines set forth by WFTDA, the Women’s Flat Track Derby Association.

We are actively recruiting skaters, referees and volunteers. Skaters must

be female and 18 or older. Referees and volunteers must be 18 or older.

Email us at yellowrosederbygirls@yahoo.com for more information. You

can also find us at www.yellowrosederbygirls.com and on Facebook. Join

up now to become an integral part in founding and building our league.

NETBALL CLUBS

Katy Swifts Netball Club invites people to come and learn about netball

and have some fun playing a great team sport. Open to everyone from

eight years and up including adults. Contact katynetball@netballamerica

for further information. Houston Shooting Stars welcomes ladies, men and

youth to join in, play and learn netball, Tuesday nights at The British School

of Houston.

Contact houstonnetball@netballamerica.com for further information.

You can also “like” the Texas Netball Association on Facebook to see

regular announcements about netball in the Lonestar State! Also visit

netballamerica.com for general information about netball in America.

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