August 2021 Shoreline
Dear Highland Shores Residents,
It's hard to believe that summer is coming to an end and back-to-school is right around the corner! Read on for important community updates and an exciting milestone.

Pool Closing Information:
Pool 1 closes on Sunday, August 29. Pool 3 closes on Monday, September 6. Pool 2 closes on September 30. A full schedule can be found on our website.

Tammy Celebrates 30 Years:
Please join us in congratulating Community Manager Tammy Hatter on 30 years of service to CCMC! To celebrate Tammy's impact on the Highland Shores community, we have created a Kudoboard for you to express your gratitude for her service. Post a message, photo, or video to thank Tammy for her many years of dedication, hard work, and passion for the Highland Shores community. Congratulations to Tammy for reaching 30 years of service, as of Thursday, August 12, 2021!
We hope you and your families enjoy and make the most out of this last bit of summer!

Abby Grimes
Lifestyle Director
Important ARC Information:
If you plan to make any outdoor improvements, please remember to submit your application. The Modification and New Construction Committees will meet August 6 and August 20. Submittals are due the Wednesday prior by 3:00 PM. If you have specific guideline questions, please contact John Evans.

Cheers to 30 Years
Online Kudoboard

Please join us in congratulating Community Manager Tammy Hatter on 30 years of service to CCMC! Post a message, photo, or video to thank Tammy for her many years of dedication, hard work, and passion for the Highland Shores community.
Pops by the Pool
Thursday, August 26
6:00 PM

Bring the family to Pool 2 on National Cherry Popsicle Day and cool off with free popsicles while supplies last!

Pool 2 is located at 2700 Creekside Way.
Fall Community-Wide Garage Sales
Saturday, September 11 &
Saturday, September 18

Whether you're planning your own sale or getting ready to find some great bargains, please join us for the Community-Wide Garage Sales this fall. Homeowners set their own hours for their individual garage sales. We provide advertising and banners at the entrances of the community.
Haunted Trail
Saturday, October 23, 2021

We are looking for volunteers to join our Volunteer Team for the 13th Annual Haunted Trail benefitting Children's Advocacy Center for North Texas. Volunteers are desperately needed to make this event a success. Prior experience not required. All skill sets needed. Everyone 13 and older can sign up to help. To learn more about volunteer and sponsorship opportunities, contact Abby Grimes.

Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Creative Team Leaders
  • Actors
  • Actor Attendants
  • Set Up Crew
  • Photographers
  • Videographer
  • Ticket Helpers
  • Trail Helpers
  • Clean Up Crew
Visit our website for information about clubs at Highland Shores. Please contact the leader directly for questions in regards to the club.

Meeting Dates

  • Book Club - Mary-Ellen McComb
  • Monday, August 30 at 7:00 PM at the Community Center
  • Book Supper Club - Diane Brown
  • Thursday, August 5 at 7:00 PM at the Community Center
  • Bunco Club - Tatum Dezzutti
  • Thursday, August 19 at 7:00 PM at the Community Center
  • Nifty Fifty - Pattie Haidsiak
  • Currently not meeting in person at the Community Center
Pathfinders Fun Cycling

Join Pathfinders Fun Cycling on one of their many rides through North Texas trails and paths. Most rides start from Highland Shores and have a lunch stop.

For more information, contact Mark Solow.
Fall Tennis Academy

Bad Dawg Tennis Tennis Academy offers junior (ages 5-13) classes and adult classes at Tennis Courts 5-8.

Junior Classes: Mondays, 6:00 - 7:00 PM, September 13 - October 11 & October 18 - November 15

Adult Classes: Mondays, 7:00 - 8:00 PM, September 13 - October 11 & October 18 - November 15

For more information, contact Bad Dawg Tennis.
From 18 Months to 18 Years
Highland Village Friends Celebrate Graduation by Returning to Where It All Started

As many of their former classmates were celebrating summer, six friends donned their cap and gown one more time to take one last photo at the place their friendship began almost 18 years ago. With their proud moms along for the trip down memory lane, they headed back to Primrose School of Highland Village. The five graduates from Edward S. Marcus High School and one graduate from Lake Dallas High, had no idea that their final high school photoshoot would bring out the toddler in them – literally - as they closed this chapter in their lives.

Wendy Ghattas is the Executive Director and Franchise Owner of Primrose School of Highland Village and when she saw the gathering in her parking lot, she went out see what was going on. The six friends explained that they had all met at Primrose School of Highland Village when they were in the 18-month-old class together. They stayed friends throughout their K-12 years and had just graduated.

“I was so taken with their story that my eyes began to well up. What could be more endearing to see, than six young men and women that met in preschool, kept up their friendship all through school and now were going to college,” Mrs. Ghattas stated. In the moment, she realized that she could give the students and their moms one last memory, so she invited them into a back classroom, where they sat in the little preschool chairs and she brought them snacks. She also led them to the playground and let them take even more pictures. “Okay, which one of you was the biter?”, she jokingly asked and all the friends laughed and pointed to the guilty friend.

“We feel honored that they would take time to come back to where it all began. As a parent, a teacher and the School Owner/Director, I am so proud that we were able to lay the foundation of friendship, learning and success for these young men and women,” Mrs. Ghattas continued. We often say, “Once a Primrose Kid— Always a Primrose Kid” but on this day, that statement just added so much more depth and authenticity. It does take a ‘Village’ and we are proud to continue to be an integral part of our beautiful Highland Village Family, for over 20 years.”

Primrose Graduates include:
·        Camron Montz
·        Kenny Jennings
·        Joshua Dunn
·        Rachel Bump
·        Devyn Veasey
·        McKenna Bump

We are so proud of you and wish you much success in your future endeavors in college and life.

For more information about this story, contact:
Lisalynne Quinn
Pacesetter Marketing, LLC
(214) 675-9453

For more information about Primrose School of Highland Village, contact:
Wendy Ghattas
Owner/Director, Primrose School of Highland Village
(972) 317-9332
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Modification Committee Meetings
Friday, August 6 and 20

New Construction Committee Meetings
Friday, August 6 and 20

Board Meeting
Monday, August 23
Office Address
1 Community Center Blvd.
Highland Village, TX 75077
(972) 317-5139

Office Hours
Monday - Friday, 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

In the event of a common area emergency, please call
(1-800) 274-3165.
E-mail the Team
Tammy Hatter | Community Manager
Abby Grimes | Lifestyle Director
John Evans | Covenants Coordinator

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