QUAIL CREEK NEWSLETTER
After winter's hit on our trees and flowers, our neighborhood is looking beautiful. Trees are being replaced, flowers are starting to bloom, birds are singing, and yards are being mowed and edged weekly. The fountain is sparkling. What a symbol the fountain is for our neighborhood! It is such a pleasure to live in an area where neighbors take great pride in maintaining the beauty of their homes and yards. In doing so, the value of all of our homes is maintained and enhanced.
CONGRATULATIONS: To the Class of 2007
-You have worked hard. Your parents, schoolss, and churches have strived to
assist you in building a strong foundation from which you can spread your wings
and go forth into the world. To our college graduates - Go, with all our
best wishes, and make your neighbors proud! To neighbor, Annie Busch -
on receiving a honorary doctorate from
TENNIS LESSONS -Resident, Jamie Cooke, with tennis pro, Ken Goodall, is starting tennis lessons beginning Wednesday, June 6 - Kids at 6:30 p.m. and Adults at 7:30 p.m. Please call Jamie at 890-1742 for more information.
HOSPITALITY: A hearty welcome to
Gilbert and Linda Clary and Natha Anderson, 1126
Their phone number is 483-0062. Also,
COFFEE & CHAT: The Hospitality Committee is continuing the Coffees at the Pavilion every Tuesday during the month of June at 10:30 a.m. Please come on down, get acquainted, and visit with your neighbors.
DIRECTORY: Our new Directory for 2007-2008 is being delivered with this Newsletter. If you happen to not receive one, please call Gaye, 890-5518. A picture of the John & Janet Harp home at 4782 Woodpointe decorates the cover.
COVENANT VIOLATIONS: A big yellow cat is daily prowling the Parkhill area making residents' lives miserable. It not only urinates at one neighbor's door but strives to jump up and catch birds at another neighbor's bird feeder.
What happened to the pavilion light pole? A lot of people have been asking this question. The policeman patrolling the neighborhood said at 11:00 p.m, May 4, everything was in good shape. About ten minutes later when he went back to the front of the subdivision, someone had knocked down the light pole and run through the flower bed, but they were nowhere in the area. The individual had either left the neighborhood or put the vehicle in a garage. The police reported evidence indicated it was either a dark blue or navy Chevrolet pickup or SUV. It will show damage to the bumper. The police would appreciate any information. City Utilities has replaced the light pole.
FLOWERBED: Gardening resources are available 24/7 from Missouri University website, http://extension.missouri.edu/explore/agguides. If you have a question about lawns, soil testing, flowers, trees/shrubs, insects, search this website. If you don't have a computer, call 862-9284 Monday-Friday, 8:30a.m.-4:30p.m. A big THANK YOU to all flowerbed volunteers and homeowners! Our subdivision will look great this summer.
The next Board of Directors meeting is at 7:00 p.m. June 13, 2007 at the home of Bill Hass.