The Board of Directors for Northwest Crossing will hold a regular meeting on November 18, 2014, at the Weybridge Clubhouse, Dolphin Room at 6:30 PM. Clubhouse address is 10280 Dover Ridge, San Antonio, TX 78250
6:30 – 7:00 Regular BOD Business meeting;
7:00 – 7:20 Home Owner Meeting – Toni Kimbrough
7:30 – 8:30 Regular BOD Business meeting;
Update on serious CCR Violations
Update Tower Repair Project
Fencing Project for Weybridge Park – Completed
Update/start budget – Pools, lifeguards, times, swim team, water aerobics.
If you would like to appear before the Board, please contact Don “Dusty” Hathorne at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 210-837-7774.
Come join us for some Zumba. Classes are Mon/Wed/Thurs at 6:30 and 7:30PM. Contact the office for more information: 647-0689
Our annual Children’s Christmas Party will be held on December 6th in the Weybridge Clubhouse from 2PM-4PM. Bring your ID!
The Annual Homeowner Association Meeting will be held on January 22nd at 7:00PM at Northwest Crossing Elementary. Please submit a proxy to the on-site office or Patriot if you are not planning to attend.
NWC’s annual Christmas Light Decorating contest will be held this year with judging starting on December 15th and ending on December 19th. Please have all your decorations and lights in place and on every night during this time if you would like to be a part of this great tradition in our neighborhood. Prizes will be awarded to winning residents in each neighborhood based on several criteria including but not limited to originality, quality of display and overall effect. The contest is open to all residents in NWC whose account is current. We hope to see lots of participants this year. Merry Christmas to all and good luck!
Thank you to everyone who attended and volunteered at our Fall Expo held on October 25, 2014. All the volunteers and residents who came to our event were placed in a drawing. The winner for the volunteers was Hannah Putnam from the AVID program at John Marshall High School. She won a $50 gift certificate to Wal-Mart.
The winner of the resident drawing was Theresa Martinez. She won the 2015 Association dues.
*Shout out to all who helped make our 1ST Fall EXPO a success!! Thank you to all the Taft ROTC Cadets, Marshall HS AVID students! Many Many Thanks to Brianna Vidaurri, Ernesto Saldana, Annette Vallejo, Victoria Flores, Logan Machemes, Richard Moore, Christian Esquivel, Juliano Cruz, Michael Najera, Nekpo Brown, Vincent Urrutia, Miles Smitherman, Ana Moreno, Lily Apple, Sarah Blackden, Ricky Pratchett, Hannah Putnam, Joeseph Lara, Hailey Hunt, Rebekah Perez, Braniya Riggins, Eric Johnson, Mario Diaz, Desiree Cherry, Kelli Combs, Sawyer Siemens, Hannah, Brian and Woeppel, Kirsten Watson, Rebekah Perez, Carl and Helen Mc Andrews, Raul Sauceda, Randy McPherson! Their hard work on this very hot day was very much appreciated; we could not have done this without them!
*We would like to give a special thanks to everyone who brought in candy and prizes for our Fall Expo. We had plenty of candy and prizes to award the children who played the games. A High Five to the following individuals and families: Brianna Vasquez, Amy Farmer, Tammy Tovar, Annette Vallejo, Desiree Cherry, Helen McAndrews, Rick Cortez, Marti Salazar, Denise Ochoa, April Wade and the Esquivel Family.
*Lots of Kudos to Mr. Alan Mc Near for taking a special interest in our neighborhood. We really appreciate his dedication to keeping the graffiti off the mailboxes.
*A special thank you to Monty McCann for fingerprinting and face painting and DJ Xavier Salinas for participating at our Fall Expo.
*Kudos to the ‘Lost Cause’ Band for the great music they played at the Fall Expo. Everyone really enjoyed it.
*Thank you to Officer Gallardo for helping a homeowner deal with a recent neighbor issue.
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.
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Our first Fall EXPO was a success! All the labor and hard work paid off. We had an unseasonably hot day for late October, but overall it went well. Everyone who came enjoyed the free games and activities. Fun was had by all, from Human Hamster Balls, laser tag and Pumpkin Patch. Vendors from Paradise Decks &Spas, Advanced Security, Toned Homes, RBFCU, Southwest Exteriors, D&C A/C, Chapa Construction, DJ Xavier Salinas, National American Miss, Your Pad Pet Care, Mary Kay, It Works Global Body Wraps, Distinctive Fragrances, Scarves by Ms. Lopez, Thirty-One, Scentsy, Keller-Williams, Hapinoy Fabric Flower, Youngique, South Hill Designs, Designs by Esther, Thrive, Almouli Pediatrics, Vasquez Financial Services, Sisters’ Creations, Peterson Chiropractic, Boy Scout Troop 945, Toni and Danielle Kimbrough, Peter’s Jewelry & Jams, Doc Ur Prop, Station 41, Powerhouse Bus, and CPS Energy!… WOW
That is a whole lot of Fun! Residents and guests were invited to try out magic lashes from Youngique, while some were lucky winners of many door prizes. People strolled through the vendor displays and enjoyed the wonderful band “The Lost Cause”. Everyone munched on popcorn, cotton candy from volunteers from the Swim Team and enjoyed eating Hamburgers and Hotdogs cooked by volunteers from our Soccer league.
We need volunteers to help sell Cotton Candy and Pop Corn to raise money for Swim Team Scholarships at our Fall Expo Oct. 25th 2p-6pm
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org