QUAIL CREEK

News Letter

JUNE 2004

 

HOSPITALITY

 

Welcome to the following six new homeowners: Harold and Pauline Lankford who are enjoying retirement at their home at 1164 Rockhill, phone 887-6744. William and Meredith Mahnkey, 4590 Quail Creek, phone 885-0061. William is chief photojournalist at KY3 and Meredith is account executive at Noble & Associates. Brenda Blades, 4557 Parkhill, phone 886-1643. She is in sales at D3 Communications. Glenn, Dma, Alexandra, and Meredith McKewen, 1104 Beekman, phone 889-2624. Glenn is director of purchasing, at Redneck Trailer Supply and Dma is a homemaker. Darrell and Patricia Blech, chose 4637 Woodpointe for their retirement home. Their phone # is 889-6388. Dale and Peggy Neth, retired educators, live at 1134 Camino Alto, phone 881-4241.

 

Sympathy: We are sorry to report that our neighbor, Sherry Albaugh, 1101 Shawnee, passed away May 10.   We extend our deepest sympathy to her husband, Larry, and family.

 

POOL

 

The pool is open and everything looks great! Thanks to all the residents who helped with the clean-up day. If you’d like to have a party, please contact Kelly Prude at 886-5635 to obtain a Pool Party Contract.

 

 

REMINDER:       All residents must present their pink Quail Creek passes to the lifeguard when signing in to use the pool.

 

Thanks to Kyra Mason of Medicare Complete at United Healthcare for the donation of whistles and pool supplies.

 

NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH

 

Due to the increasing number of non-residents using the common areas, the Springfield Police Department will be working with the residents of Quail Creek in patrolling the area. You may be asked for proof of residency if not carrying your pass. This will allow the police officers to issue a summons to trespassers. New signs will be installed in the coming weeks. Thanks for your cooperation.

 

FLOWERBED AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE

 

A special thanks to everyone who has pitched in and helped on the flowerbeds and grounds. Everything is looking wonderful because of our Quail Creek neighbors who volunteer their time and efforts.