April 2022 | HSBPOA


A word from the Horseshoe Bay POA

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The Horseshoe Bay POA wants to express our sincere thanks to our outgoing President Mike Thuss and Vice-President Mary Daniel for their time and dedication serving our community. They preserved our POA during a critical time. We very much appreciate their hard work in achieving significant accomplishments during their time served on our board.

As we move forward with our 2022-2023 Board of Directors, we are eager to diligently work on different projects that aim to maintain and improve our community and benefit all of us. We urge you to volunteer and actively participate in the different activities and committees. If you are interested in volunteering please email or call us directly. (communications@hsbpoa.org) (830-598-8795)

The latest on

this month's issue:

HSBPOA Board Message 1

Monthly Announcements 2

HSBPOA Helpful Tips 3

Community Corner 4

Question of the Month 5

April 2022 | HSBPOA

Monthly Announcements

What is happening in April?

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Please send us pictures of you and your neighbors in action and we will be posting them on our website and social media

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If you would like to show off your ARTWORK and CRAFTS at the Spring Fling please contact: Karen Calderon-Schweitzer at karenlcalderon@yahoo.com

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!Reminder! Bingo is April 14th doors open at 6:00 PM!

Yoga is cancelled is April 7th!

The HSBPOA Office will be closed in observance of Good Friday, April 15th and will be back up and running April 18th

May Elections

They will be held at the Oakridge Estate Community Center at 404 Lake Point Dr. Horseshoe Bay 78657. 

On Saturday, May 7th 2022 is the Uniform Election to include Statewide Constitutional Amendments and local elections which include the Llano ISD School Board and the Sunrise Beach Mayor and City Council. Early voting starts April 25th and ends May 3rd 2022.

On Tuesday, May 24th, 2022 is the Primary Runoff Election with early voting starting May 16th and ending May 20, 2022.

Friendly Reminders

Please remember that garbage collection begins at 7:00 AM and residents should have their trash cans placed curbside before 7:00 AM to ensure pick up. All trash cans should be removed and properly stored by sunrise next morning. 

GARBAGE SERVICE IS MANAGED BY THE CITY OF HORSESHOE BAY. Please direct all concerns to City Hall at (830) 598-8741

In order to keep our community safe and secure all residences in Horseshoe Bay are required to have a working yard light. The required yard lights and post design have been approved by the Architectural Control Committee. If you would like to purchase a new yard light, the cost is $420.00 per light. Yard lights and parts are available at the POA office. For further information, contact the Horseshoe Bay Property Owners’ Association (830-598-8795).

The HSB POA is looking for Volunteers

For many who may not know, the HSB POA is a 501(c)(4) non-profit organization. We try to provide for our community as much as possible, but we need 'Grant Writers' to assist us in improvements to Fox Park, Slick Rock Creek Trail and the HSB POA Campground. If you are or know anyone that is a grant writer, please don't be afraid to reach out to us!

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Horseshoe Bay POA Helpful Tips


Did you know that participating in an outdoor activity can be beneficial to your overall well-being? Yes, being outdoors participating in just about any level of exercise can help improve your mood, relieve certain kinds of aches and pains and keep your mind relaxed. 

Horseshoe Bay offers beautiful neighborhoods in which to enjoy the outdoors and take in the natural beauty that surrounds us. The different trails available – Slick Rock Creek Trail and Horseshoe Creek Hiking Trail – offer different activity levels and lengths. Please click on the link below for more information on the different trails available!

Horseshoe Bay Trails 

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Community Corner

This space is reserved for our community members. A place where recipes, crafts and talents are shared. If you would like to share something nifty with your community please contact: Karen Calderon-Schweitzer at karenlcalderon@yahoo.com

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Homemade Thousand Island Dressing

By Karen Calderon-Schweitzer

At home, we love keeping this dressing ready for use in the refrigerator as it's delicious not only on salads but on sandwiches, burgers or as a dip for veggies, cooked shrimp or imitation crab. This is my homemade basic recipe. From here it can be transformed to fit all tastes and preferences. Add a dash of fiery hot sauce, finely chopped cilantro, sour cream or use vegan mayo and make this your favorite go-to-dressing.


1⁄2 cup mayonnaise

2 Tablespoons ketchup

1 Tablespoon apple cider or red wine vinegar

2 teaspoons sugar

2 teaspoons sweet pickle relish

1 Tablespoon minced pickles

1 Tablespoon white onion, finely minced

1 teaspoon garlic powder

1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce

1/2 teaspoon paprika

¼ teaspoon dry mustard

Salt and pepper to taste

The process is so easy as to just mix all ingredients and adjust seasonings to taste. Keeps refrigerated for up to a week, but in my house, it’s gone by day five!

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Question Of The Month

The HSBPOA has decided to incorporate a question of the month in which we will pick out the most frequently asked question and address it here!

Question: "Does Horseshoe Bay or the POA have any public access points in which we can drop our boats or jet skis in?"

Answer: Unfortunately, we don't have any public boat access points within the POA or Horseshoe Bay. However, Lake LBJ Yacht Club and Marina's boat ramp is open 24/7. They do have a $10 launch fee for one day, but it is free for LBJ Yacht Club and Marina Members.

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