VOWS Dance Spring Session – Registration has been extended to February 15th

Registration is now open to new students and will close on February 15.  Space is extremely limited and dancers are accepted on a first come – first serve basis.  Registration is open to residents of VOWS and your account must be current with no open violations.  For more information , please email:  vowsdance@yahoo.com.

 

VOWS 7th Annual Bunny Hop 5K & 1-Mile Fun Run – March 5th – Registration Now Open

VOWS 7th Annual Bunny Hop 5k & 1-mile Fun Run and Egg Hunts are a hop away. The event will be held at Bray Birch Park on Saturday 3/5. Fun will begin with the first Run at 9 a.m. with bounce houses, music, petting zoo, vendor booths, and egg hunts.

The egg hunts will be in four age groups starting every 15 minutes at 11 a.m., with an additional Quiet Egg Hunt station. The Quiet Egg Hunt is open to every child but exclusive to children that will not be participating in the Ready-Set-Go! style egg hunts.

We are fortunate to have Kevin Dunn with Remax’s Team Dunn stepping up as a major sponsor of the 5k and 1-mile fun run race management, which means a larger donation will be going to the runs’ charity recipient, The Community Storehouse.

Run, walk, or push your baby stroller around the 1-mile Fun Run and/or the 5k. The race will be chip-timed. Winners will be awarded trophies in six age groups. Don’t forget to sign up for the run early for the discount, bunnyhop.athlete360.com.

VOWS residents can register for the free egg hunt at http://tinyurl.com/vows-egg-hunt. Registration is requested to help the events committee with planning the fun! Volunteers can sign up by emailing events.vows@gmail.com.

VOWS Events Committee is looking for a bunny drawing to go on the front of our Bunny Hop race t-shirts. Please submit your drawing by 8 p.m. on Sunday, February 7th to events.vows@gmail.com, and you will receive a confirmation response that your drawing was received from the events chair. Drawings will be in a Facebook photo album from 8 a.m. Monday, February 8th until 8 p.m. Friday, February 12th. The drawing with the most Likes will be featured on this year’s shirt. Good luck!

Announcement of Annual Meeting

Dear VOWS Homeowners,

The VOWS Annual Association Meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 9th, 2016. The meeting notice, agenda and proxy are being mailed out today.

The Annual Meeting serves an important function in the Association management of the VOWS community.

The meeting will be held at the VOWS Amenity Center Building located at 12209 Timberland Blvd.

And yes, we are offering Door Prize Drawings again this year at the Annual Meeting.

Sign-In begins at 6:00pm.

The meeting will start at 6:30pm.

We will conduct both Homeowner Advisory Committee and Homeowner Board Member elections at the Annual Meeting.

There are six (6) Homeowner Advisory Committee positions to be elected to a 2-year term.

There are two (2) Homeowner Board Member positions to be elected to a 1-year term.

The VOWS 2016 Annual Association Budget and 2015 Annual Budget Recap will be presented at the Annual Meeting.

Any VOWS Homeowners that are unable to attend the Annual Meeting in person, but return a completed Proxy, will be entered in a Drawing for a $100 Gift Card.

Please feel free to stop by the office to pick up a copy and/or turn in your signed proxy. There is also a copy of the proxy linked below.

Sincerely,
Ed Simon
Manager
The Villages of Woodland Springs

Proxy Form

2015 Breakfast with Santa – Saturday December 5th

Dear VOWS Residents,

This year’s Villages of Woodland Springs Breakfast with Santa Community Event will be held on Saturday, December 5 at the Timberland Amenity Center.
The Timberland Amenity Center is located at 12209 Timberland Blvd.

There are three time slots available:

Session 1: 8:00am to 9:90am. Photos and breakfast.
Session 2: 9:30am to 10:30am. Photos and breakfast.
Session 3: 11:00am to 12:30pm. Photos only. No food will be served.

Pre-registration is required for the two breakfast sessions and strongly suggested for the third session.

Admission is $5.00 per adult or child for Sessions 1 & 2
Children ages 2 and under are free.

For Session 3, there will be a $5.00 charge for each person/child to be photographed with Santa.
Parents/chaperons who will not be photographed do not have to pay/register for Session 3.

To register for this event, please visit: http://vowsbreakfast.athlete360.com/

If you would like to volunteer to assist with this event, or any of the VOWS community events, please email events.vows@gmail.com for further information.

Respectfully,

Justin La Hue
Property Manager

Halloween Night – This Saturday, October 31st

Dear VOWS Residents,

Halloween will fall on Saturday this year, and we expect the trick-or-treaters to be out and about that evening.

Whether you will be walking or driving on Halloween night, the Homeowners Association would like to remind VOWS families to be overly cautious, and aware of the increased pedestrian activity on our neighborhood streets, and to take the necessary safety precautions.

Among these precautions, we urge families to take when it comes time to go trick-or-treating include wearing proper fitting – brightly colored costumes, carrying flashlights or glow sticks for increased visibility, watching, for traffic when crossing the street, and making sure there is adult supervision while the children are walking through the neighborhood.

Parents should know what routes their children plan to take while trick-or-treating.

Trick-or-treaters should be aware of their surroundings and only travel on well-lit streets. If you must cross the street, only do so at well-lit corners or designated crosswalk areas.

Once your children return home, parents should always check the treats before allowing them to have any.

Be selective in your sorting and throw away any items that area open, missing wrappers, or have potentially been tampered with.

Residents should have their front porch well lit if they want to have trick-or-treating, or keep the porch light off if they don’t.

Halloween decorations should be brought in at the end of the night, especially pumpkins, as they can be used for vandalism.

As always, Residents area encouraged to lock their vehicles and remove or hide any valuable items.

It is preferable to park in the garage first, then the driveway, and only as a last resort on the street.

From the entire FirstService Residential Team, we hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable Halloween night this year.

Respectfully,

Justin La Hue
Property Manager