Happy New Year!

This past year has been a tumultuous one but we can finally say it is behind us! We here at the POA have worked non-stop to make sure that all of our residents get the resource they need to live a happy and fulfilling life here at Horseshoe Bay. Like most years there are going to be bumps along the way, but just know, we are here for you.

The POA Office Will Be Closed January 17th

in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Candidates For The Board

The Horseshoe Bay Property Owners Board of Directors Nominating Committee is pleased to announce the results of the search for qualified individuals for two openings for the 2022-2025 term. Open enrollment began on November 1, 2021 and closed at 5:00 pm on December 1, 2021. At the closing of the application period, two individuals had successfully completed all necessary requirements. The applicants were successfully vetted and approved as viable candidates at the December 8 meeting of the Board of Directors. As a result of there being two individuals for the two open positions, a general election will not be held and the individuals will take their place on the Board of Directors at the General Meeting of the HSBPOA to be held on Saturday, March 19, 2022. Congratulations go to Yuki Graves and Karen Schweitzer.

Yuki Graves

Yuki Graves is a retired Department of the Army Civilian with 38 years of service. She is a George Mason University graduate with a Masters in Public Administration. Yuki’s work experience include, but not limited to, positions dealing with organizational and personnel management. The last 10 years on the Army Staff at the Pentagon was managing/supervision the time sensitive work of a diverse military and civilian workforce. 

She was responsible to ensure continuity of ongoing work/projects throughout the organization and Yuki was recognized for not only superior performances but a strong work ethic and team player throughout her career. Yuki currently works as an independent distributor for a personal wellness product. She is also involved in the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association and locally with the Horseshoe Bay Business Alliance.

Karen Calderon

Karen Calderon-Schweitzer has a degree in US History from California State University at Northridge.  She has worked for a large medical group overseeing front office operations and assisted with patient and medical group relations. For the past 12 years, Karen successfully managed her husband’s dermatology office overseeing day to day business, hired and trained employees, developed personnel policies, designed website content, created marketing strategies connecting the practice directly with the community. Karen has served as President of a Business Network chapter where she directed and organized weekly meetings and created marketing campaigns to assist in developing business referral networks and tactical communication skills. Karen and her husband have recently moved to the Horseshoe Bay community and are eager to become active and viable community members. 

National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

January 9th is the perfect time to show our officers we understand how difficult their jobs can be. Through risking their lives and sacrificing their time to serve the greater good in our lovely community, we can truly appreciate them on this special day!

Sharing more of our great community

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Our community is beautiful and amazing so why not share this with the rest of the world?

We here at the POA's office have decided to share our incredible community through our brand new social media accounts!

We now have an up and running Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn page that you can follow us on. On these pages we will show you what the POA provides for you, our members.

Click the links below for our socials

Facebook  Instagram  LinkedIn