Linwood Farms HOA Volume 8, Issue 9 | September 2015
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Summer is nearing its end and that means only one thing. The closing of the pool. The 27th of September will be the last day that the pool will be open, so please make a note. Also, make sure you store your key FOB’s in a safe place for next year. While we are on the subject of the pool. Sometime in October you will probably see some work being done at the pool. There are some structural boards that need to be replaced and we have to wait until the pool closed for safety reasons. The contractors need to install supports in order to replace the beams. Entry to the pool area will be dangerous.

It’s also that time of year again when we need to address our lawn issues. Now is the time to prep your lawns, (aerate, seed, fertilizer, lime and water) for next year. Homeowners that wait until the spring usually find out that what grew at that time dies in the summer heat. What grows in the fall usually survives.

All schools are now open and in full swing. Be mindful of School Buses. Also, remember that the speed limit in our community is 25mph.


Thank You!

The Neighborhood would like to send out a special thank you to Landscape Committee Chair, Susan Kinahan, for making our entrances look so incredible!

Is there someone in our neighborhood that you'd like to thank? Send us an email with details.
Annual Booing

Social Committee News

Annual Neighborhood Boo'ing

Is anyone anxious for cooler weather, apple, picking or perhaps...Halloween? The Social Committee is excited about autumn and the fun it brings. We will kick off our Annual Neighborhood Booing the first week of October. If you receive a treat on your doorstep, then you've been boo'ed! Then it's your turn to have a little fun.


Trick or Treating

Saturday, October 31st - Just a reminder that our little goblins will be flying around our neighborhood on Halloween night. It has been customary to turn on your porch light if you wish to hand out treats to the trick-or-treaters. If you aren't, please consider turning out your lights during trick-or-treat hours. Traditionally, trick-or-treating begins around 5:30-8:30PM. But don't be surprised if some excited little ones begin closer to 5PM. We do ask that families not ring bells after 9:00PM.

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