President's Message

Hello all! Hope you all have gotten through the Holiday Season and have turned off your outdoor Holiday lights by now! You don’t need to have taken them down, just turned off!


Happy Ground Hog Day, Valentines Day, and President’s Day!



In the event of a severe weather scenario here are a couple of things you can do to prepare yourself:

  1. Make sure you have your seven days of food, water, medicine, and toilet paper. 
  2. Heed all the warnings that will be coming out and keep your cars full of gas and if the roads are icy – stay home!  
  3. Only venture out if you have a car/truck that’s equipped for winter driving – 4 wheel drive or chains. Call 911 if there is an emergency. I am confident that the electrical and water utility problems have been fixed. But--make sure your propane tanks are full, your wood pile is dry, and you have a full bath tub for flush water! 
  4. Also check your CO2 and smoke alarms.  As good neighbors – we all are on the watch for each other! 

Our February Board meeting will be on the 16th. It’s an important meeting for us in that we will finalize the planning for our Annual Meeting that is on Saturday, March 19th. We are in really good shape for the transition this year – so if you have any suggestions for the Annual Meeting - just let us know.  

 

Write us at miket@hsbpoa.org; or Linda at linda@hsbpoa.org; or Sandra at Sandra@hsbpoa.org. 

 

Many thanks for your support over this last Board Year, and to our Staff for their hard and excellent work!     


Miket 

Black History Month

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On February 10, 1976 Gerald R. Ford recognized Black History Month, by saying, “seize the opportunity to honor the too-often neglected accomplishments of Black Americans in every area of endeavor throughout our history."


February 1o is not only a date in time, it's also a time to honor the contributions and legacy of African Americans across U.S. history and society—from activists and civil rights pioneers such as Fredrick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., and Rosa Parks to leaders in industry, politics, science, culture and more.

Short Video from Good Morning America about Black History Month

President's Day

The original purpose of President's Day was to celebrate our first President's birthday, George Washington. Now more then two centuries later we use it to celebrate our past and present leaders. So we would like thank everyone who was willing to lead our country through its worse days and its best!

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Happy Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day is a day in which we celebrate the love and kindness that we cherish with the individuals that we love the most. It's not only a day to spend with your loved ones but a day to show love to the people around you.

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What it means to be a good neighbor

"This family was confused when they kept finding their garbage cans back up at their garage every garbage day. Check out one man's act of kindness"

Advertisements in February

HSB Phone Directory

With the year coming full circle, the POA office is starting their early bird advertisement special for our phone directory! If you know your favorite business tell them about our Phone Directory! With over 7,000 Horseshoe Bay POA Member's their business will not go unnoticed!

Give us a call at: (830)-598-8795

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Little Free Library

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Little Free Library is a non profit organization that started in Hudson, Wisconsin. Their purpose is to not only to inspire readers, but they believe that "all people are empowered when the opportunity to discover a personally relevant book to read is not limited by time, space, or privilege."

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Don't forget to call 1-866-229-0469 to register for this event at Quail Point Lodge on February 16th!

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WaterSmart by Vertexone is a system that can easy identify leaks or excessive water coming from anywhere within your home and you can receive notifictaions on your phone when it seems like something is off!

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