Before Work on Your Lot!

Remember to get a Lot Improvement Form and get it approved by the Lot Improvement Committee BEFORE work begins.

Submitted by Kay Markle

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Debris Dumpsters

NOTICE: The debris dumpsters will NOT be returned, so please do not leave anything in boondock.

Keep your “throw aways” on your lot for the next Co-op dump run!

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Informational Meeting

INFORMATIONAL MEETING JANUARY 17 - Stadium Drive Elementary School

Tuesday,May 25th at 11:00am in the Clubhouse.

Members and Guests are Invited.

Lunch will be served!

Submitted by Kay Markle, President, Board of Directors

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LSC BIRTHDAY PARTY——CANCELLED

It’s the 34th Birthday of the Lone Star Corral May 2, 2021.

The cake and punch have been cancelled until further notice.

Bluebonnet Officers

 

 

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DUMP RUN on Saturday, April 10th

Place your items for pick up at the front of your lot on Friday afternoon.

Volunteers needed, meet at the maintenance area at 7:30 am. Many hands make quick work!

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Golf Cart Races Recap

The (almost) annual Golf Cart Race was held on the east side of the clubhouse on Saturday, March 20, 2021, on a perfect day with moderate temperatures and  slightly cloudy sky.

Contestants paired off and each team navigated a serpentine course with a blindfolded driver, and a sidekick giving spoken instructions on such matters as “turn left, turn right, slow down, back up, speed up STOP!!”  A bloodthirsty audience gathered to observe this rite of passage and cheer on the carnage.

It was looking like the hopeful fans were to be disappointed in the lack of crashes until almost the end, when Neal, under the tutelage of Richard, drove off course and devastated the entrance to a neighboring lot.  The zest of the crowd was attested to later on by member John Maxfield, two streets over, who wondered what all the cheering and laughter was all about.

Richard Headley photographed the event, while Larry Smith timed the teams and Marlene Moir kept book, er, rather, recorded the results.  Below is some incriminating evidence:

Richard extricates the cart from a neighbor’s driveway

 

Prez Kay Markle tries her hand

The audience is warned to keep well back of the action

Starter and judge Valerie gives instructions to first-time driver Janice

A driver learns that some golf carts have no reverse gear

Winners of the coveted “Slower than a Turtle” award: a roll of TP

First Place: Park visitors Walt and Helena Confer

 

Neal and Richard receive the well-deserved “Most Entertaining” certificate
 

Many thanks to the folks who came to observe and participate, to the many who donated prizes, and especially to Richard Headley, Larry Smith and Marlene Mohr, and Mike Smith, who scurried around picking up toppled and crushed orange course marker cones.

 

Bob and Valerie Payne

Lot 89

 

 

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Member Picture Board

We are upgrading the member picture board-If you would like to upgrade your faded picture on the member picture board located on the back wall in the clubhouse, please submit a picture of your choice to Valerie Payne, Bluebonnet Secretary on lot 89. Picture should measure about 3.5 x 3.5”. Top level board member pictures can measure 4 x 4.5”.

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New Bluebonnet Officers

Please welcome our new Bluebonnet Officers elected at at Bluebonnet Auxiliary Meeting yesterday:

  • Sally Baber – President
  • Rose Schafer – Vice President
  • Valerie Payne – Secretary
  • Beverly Stewart – Treasurer

The outgoing Officers appreciate your support over the past 2 years and are confident you will support the new Officers in the coming year.

 

Submitted by the Outgoing Bluebonnet Officers

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Bluebonnet Auxiliary meeting

The Bluebonnet Auxiliary Meeting will be held on March 17th at 1PM in the Clubhouse.  Elections will be held for the 2021-2022 Bluebonnet Officers.  Budget allocations and donation requests will also be discussed and voted on.
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Landscape Cleanup

Saturday, March 27, 2021.

Landscape all park clean-up of common areas.

It has been a hard winter, so there is lots to do. Meet at the Clubhouse porch on the eastside. We will have some tools. If you have your favorite, bring them. If we have a good turnout, we usually are done in a few hours. It is nice to have it all spruced up at once. The Adopt-A-Spots will be done by those who have adopted as the can. These are the areas we will work on:

CA16 – East side Clubhouse: Cutback and Remove frozen and dead bunny ear cactus and pencil cactus.
CA15 – Memory garden; remove dead plants, clean up stones, remove rotten barrel.     (we will replant later)
CA63 – Asian Jasmin needs cut back or scalloped.
CA30 – Row of Red Yucca near mailboxes, clean out and remove dead.
CA 28 – Herb Garden; near clubhouse dumpster. Clean out and remove dead plants. Trim back Rosemary and Mexican Oregano. (we will plant later) Trees that need trimming:
CA 27 – Near Herb garden; Trim back Ivy.
CA70 – Trim branch over Mailboxes. Adopt-A-Spot pots need paint touchup. If you would rather work on Friday, pick an item and let me know. Sherry will be available. If you have an Adopt-A-Spot, you are always on your own time. Any other help is appreciated. We like our neighborhood to look nice.

Sincerely,

Sherry Bruce and Barbara Richardson, Co-Chair Landscape Committee

 

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