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June 2 019
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June Events/Reminders

3rd
Pajama Jam
(See Flyer Below)

5th
Amenities Meeting
Clubhouse
6pm

6th
"May" HOA Board Meeting
Clubhouse
11am

7th
Story Time
(See Flyer Below)

8th
Lego Club
Clubhouse
10am-11am

No Special Events Committee 
Meeting this Month
14th
Movie Night
(See Flyer Below)

19th
Modification Applications Due
HOA Management Office
By 2pm

27th
HOA Board Meeting
Clubhouse
Time TBD

Looking Ahead:
Pajama Jam
July 1 & August 5
(See Flyer Below)

4th of July Parade
(More Info to Come)

Splash Day
July 13th
(See Flyer Below)
June Yard of the Month

Congratulations to the Yang Family on the 
June Yard of the Month- 27614 Rumson Drive

The winner will receive a $50 gift card courte sy of this month's sponsor 


If you would like to nominate a yard for next month please email koakley@firethorne.info. If your nomination is chosen you will receive a $25 gift card.
Please do not feed the ducks, they are becoming a nuisance throughout the neighborhood 
and i t is not healthy for them.

Important Rules to Remember

Below are some rules that are often violated. There are complete lists of rules posted by each amenity.  
  • No alcohol on any common areas in Firethonre, this especially includes the pools.
  • You must be 16 years of age or older to enter the Fitness Center. 
  • No trespassing after operating hours at any amenity.
  • Personal trainers are to be one on one ONLY.
If you or your guests are caught violating any rules your amenities privileges could be suspended for at least 6 months.   

    
To All Dog Owners

Dogs should be on their leash or in their fenced in yards at all times. Check all fencing on your property to ensure that it is secure and your dog(s) cannot get out. Fort Bend County's website states "Laws written to ensure that owned animals are confined to their property or kept on a leash make freeing a community of unrestrained and free-roaming animals easier. Although most dog bites occur on the property where the dog lives, unrestrained or free-roaming dogs do pose a substantial threat to the public."  No Firethorne resident, their pets or their guests should be afraid and/or injured because your dog is roaming free.

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