Our office will be closed December 19–January 4, so that our staff can spend time with their families. The office will reopen January 5th.
We wish everyone a safe and Happy Holiday Season!
On October 3rd NWCHOA held the first Zumba Event to benefit the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, the event organizer Nicole Lozano, was happy to see the response of the community to support this cause and LLS Event ended with a great turn out! The event had more than 30 supporters and they had a blast dancing with 3 of our instructors.
“I would like to thank Willie and Mary Thomas for raking our yard after the tree debris was picked up by the city. My husband was in the hospital and was coming home that afternoon. They cleaned up the front yard so that it would look nice when my husband returned home.” Maria Trevino
“This is a heartfelt thank you to our nice neighbor, Paul Comeau. While we were out due to illness, he would turn our lights on at night and turn them off in the mornings. Also, he would take care of the trash cans to make sure they were put away, and pick up newspapers. We are so thankful and really appreciative him as a great neighbor. Raul and Gracie Leal
A special thanks to our lifeguards, Drew and Tanner, who worked one of the pool parties on 9/12 at Weybridge. They did a great job at the party. Both lifeguards were very personal and professional with the party guests. Mr. Garcia
Thank you to Mrs. Castaneda and her daughter form dropping off some prizes that we can use at our HOA parties. NWC Staff
Thank you to the Residents (Vickie Gossard, Valerie Bomer, Helen McAndrews, and the Ochoa Family) that came in to create Goodie bags for our security officers for Officer Appreciation day. Our security really enjoyed the care package. NWC Security
We would like to thank everyone who came out to our Halloween Party on October 30th. The weather prevented us from having the ‘Trunk’ part of the party, but there were many party goers here for the ‘Treats’. We would like to thank King Jung Mu Sul for coming to our Halloween Party. A special thank you to all who brought in candy for the event: Rick Cortez, Mary Feutz, Annette Vallejo, Angela Hooge, Mr. Gallagher, Denise Ochoa, Marti Salazar, Leah Girard and Helen McAndrews. We apologize for anyone we did not get a name from. NWC Staff
Shout out to our NWC Patrol officers! Next time you see them, give them a thumbs up. Behind the scenes you do not see how hard and dedicated they are for our safety and wellbeing. Just because you do not see them does not mean they are not here or care. May God Bless our Patrol! I appreciate them 110%. They go beyond the call of duty. Just because you do not see them does not mean they are not here in our association, they are. Let’s face it; complaints get more attention than thanks. Thank them for a job well done! Helen McAndrews
We would like to add your Kudos to our newsletter. Send us your celebrations, achievements, a thank you to someone and we will be in our next newsletter.
Please submit your entries through e-mail (email@example.com) or our drop box. We look forward to hearing from you!!
ZUMBA® Fitness is a Latin-inspired dance based form of cardio fitness. Created by Beto Perez in 2001, it has taken the world by storm! ZUMBA® Fitness works because it feels like a party and is not the same old boring workout. Instructors are always adding new songs and steps so your moves stay fresh and never get dull!
New to ZUMBA® Fitness? Don’t worry! Classes are instructor led and easy to follow. ZUMBA® Fitness is for teens and adults of ALL fitness levels with the ability to customize to fit your needs. Dress comfortably, wear light to moderate traction gym shoes, and bring water. See you on the dance floor!
Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday Classes:
Kristen, Zumba instructor since 2010; licensed in Zumba Basic 1 and Zumbatomic. Samantha, Zumba instructor since 2014; licensed in Zumba Basic 1.
Adriana, Zumba instructor since 2009; licensed in Zumba Basic 1, ZUMBA Basic 2, ZUMBA Gold, and ZUMBA Glutes. Call her at 210-827-7504.
Wendy, Zumba instructor since 2013; licensed in Zumba Basic 1 and Zumba Core. Call her at 210-683-3531 (Sé habla Español)
*New Morning Class*
Tuesday and Thursday Classes at 9:30am – Call the office for more information – 210-647-0689.
The soccer league’s next season is in the Spring. We have 4 divisions broken down by the following:
U6 – 4 to 5 years old
U8 – 6 to 7 years old
U11 – 8 to 10 years old
U14 – 11 to 13 years old
Season is 10 games long. Look for registration dates for next season in January in the newsletter and the HOA marquees. We can be reached at the soccer email firstname.lastname@example.org or our Facebook account. We also are open to parents wanting to be more involved in the form of being a coach, either head coach or assistant coach.
Be creative and place a garage sale sign on your vehicle parked at the top or bottom of your street. The vehicle is your property, the sign posted on your vehicle is allowed. What is NOT allowed are “Bandit” signs being posted in the Neighborhood? Signs are not allowed to be posted on street lights, power poles, street signs or NWC sub-division signs. Lost or found pets, can be added to our Facebook and posted in our Lobby, by sending info to email@example.com . Garage sale, lost or found pet signs etc…may only be posted on yard type sign which stands on its own in your yard, or on your vehicle. Help us help you. In order to avoid your bandit signs to be removed and no traffic coming to your sale, not to mention the hefty fine by code compliance, please comply to the city rules as stated on your permit. Remember Bandit signs stuck on boxes and poles will be removed and trashed and a letter will be sent to you regarding the violation. So please help keep our neighborhood clean and our residents happy.
So YOU want to talk trash? Well, we’re not just talking trash, we’re CLEANING it up.
We are the “LEGO MANIACS’s” from Northwest Crossing Subdivision. We have been working on a project which deals with trash problems in our community (subdivision) and have found some things that YOU can do with your trash container to prevent annoying problems from happening in our neighborhood.
Do you want to know what they are?
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY:
1. “BAG” all your trash items to prevent windblown litter.
2. Keep your trash containers from overflowing. Don’t overfill & leave the top of the can exposed (opened).
3. Maintain your trash containers. Remember that sanitation is IMPORTANT!
4. ALL OF THE ABOVE.
If your trash can lid is broken or damaged, you can call 311 to ask for details on how it can be repaired. Please remember to recycle so that less trash will go to the landfill. Information on downsizing your Trash bins can be found on the Solid Waste Management: https://www.sanantonio.gov/swmd
Thanks for Talking Trash with us & see you on trash pick-up day!
The “LEGO MANIACS”
REFERNCES: Solid Waste Management-Code of Ordinances, San Antonio Texas, Municipal Library:
1. ARTICLE II Residential Services provided by the city
2. Section 14-10. – Residential refuse collection
3. (a) – (3).
- Come join us for some Zumba. Classes are Mon/Wed/Thurs at 6:30 and 7:30 PM. We also have classes on Tues/Thurs morning at 9:30 AM. Contact the office for more information: 210-647-0689.
- Children’s Christmas Party will be held on Saturday, December 5th, from 2 PM – 4 PM. Bring your ID.
- Christmas Decorating Contest – Judging will begin Dec. 14th and end on Dec. 19th. Get ready, set, and decorate.
- Island Christmas Decorating Contest – Adopt an island by December 8th. Judging will be done between Dec. 14th and 19th.
- No BOD Meetings for the month of December.
- The NWC Office will be closed Dec. 19th – Jan. 5th for the holidays.
- NWC’s Annual HOA Meeting will be held January 28th at Northwest Crossing Elementary school’s cafeteria.
Even the postponement of our original date for this event and the unfortunate
cancellation of the “Trunk” part of the fun, everyone who ventured out had a great
time! We enjoyed the company of over 200 residents and guests. Special thanks
to our Board member, Raul Sauceda for taking the time to come and take the
awesome pictures. We really need to extend our gratitude to our volunteers; Mike,
Sarah & Kimberly Leal, Mark & Hannah Woeppel, Evelyn Gonzalez, Jose
Cobarrubias, Natalie White and the Barrios Family. We CANNOT continue to host
these events without volunteers. If you want to continue to enjoy these parties
make yourself available to help out.
Be creative and place a garage sale sign on your vehicle parked at the top or
bottom of your street. The vehicle is your property, the sign posted on your
vehicle is allowed. What is NOT allowed are “Bandit” signs being posted in the
Neighborhood? Signs are not allowed to be posted on street lights, power poles,
street signs or NWC sub-division signs. Lost or found pets, can be added to our
facebook and posted in our Lobby, by sending info to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Garage sale, lost or found pet signs etc…may only be posted on yard type sign which
stands on its own in your yard, or on your vehicle. Help us help you. In order to
avoid your bandit signs to be removed and no traffic coming to your sale, not to
mention the hefty fine by code compliance, please comply to the city rules as
stated on your permit. Remember Bandit signs stuck on boxes and poles will be
removed and trashed and a letter will be sent to you regarding the violation. So
please help keep our neighborhood clean and our residents happy.