PLEASE KEEP YOUR DISTANCE, STAY SAFE AND WELL.
WE WILL GET THROUGH THIS TOGETHER.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
Don and Rory Theeuwes will be holding a workshop on how to make and hang Christmas balls similar to what they had last Christmas. If interested in making the balls, please bring garden gloves and a strand of 100 outdoor LED lights. NOTE: The lights should be - solid colors (preferred) – red, green, clear - WITH green or black wires, if available, outdoor LED, 100 mini bulbs with a 110 electric plug. The lights are available online and probably on sale because it is off season. Since we have some time before the workshop, you may start shopping now for the best price. See some of the links below. We will provide the chicken wires – one ball for each participant to practice. You may just watch or observe if preferred. Also – bring an appetizer to share and your preferred drinks. Please let us know if you plan on coming by signing up at the link below by April 20th if you'd like to attend.
If you are interested, please contact Sally Gillum at email@example.com.
Going forward, we are going to have a change in the approach to planning our monthly activities.... PLEASE READ...
I am seeking people to sign up to plan ONE (1) O3 Ladies Night Out activity for the upcoming year. You will select which month you'd like to plan, and you can choose to either host in your home or out in the community.
By the first of the month the month BEFORE your signup month, you will need to email me the details (date, time, location, activity, costs, etc.) and I will email the group / create a Signup Genius (when applicable) and continue to be the communicator.
So, for example, if you signup for the December activity, by November 1st, you will need to email me the details. If your event is planned well in advance (beyond the month+), let me know the details and I'll also email out to the group to Save the Date for that activity.
Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org back which month you'd like to signup for (first come first served :).
I have also included ideas for Activities Out and Activities In Home (feel free to use any other ideas you have too! ... new ideas, past activities that we have completed that you enjoyed and would like to do again, etc):
Add In the Husbands Night - Ax Throwing?, The Peddler Downtown, Night Out at Local Salon, Home Holiday Project at Paint a Piece, Follow Up Project at Paint a Piece to Do, Remaining Interchangeable Items from Project Above Cooking Class - Sur La Table or Whole Foods, Trivia Night - Mellow Mushroom or Swanky's, Tuesday Night at Movies - $5.50 Tickets!, Railgarten, Crreative Minds Art Studio.
Painting with Amy Keys, Progressive Dinner, Game Night, Cop Stop and Other Community Service Project, Breakfast for Dinner Night/PJ Party, Wooden Door Hanger Painting Project, Paint the Town by Crafted U, Potpourri Sachets to give out for the Holidays, Murder Mystery Kit.
The Oakleigh Dinner Club (ODC) welcomes everyone from the neighborhood to join our three times annually potluck dinners – a great way to meet and know your neighbors. If interested, please contact Bettye or Davis Smith at 901-754-4219 or email: email@example.com.
This is the year for a new neighborhood directory. We would like to get it printed this Spring and need your help. Would you please look over your information, note any changes and contact Sandra Lawson so she can update. You can reach her at 901-309-5818 or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not in the 2018 directory, please get in touch with her to be sure we have your correct information.
Dear Oakleigh III Neighbors,
It is time to ask all of our homeowners to renew their membership in the Oakleigh III Neighborhood Association. Our dues remain a bargain at only $80 per year.
The Oakleigh III Neighborhood Association is a voluntary group formed to work actively in guiding our neighborhood and maintaining our property values. I have included the financial statement. Your annual dues are used to:
The Board works diligently to manage your funds wisely and carefully, but we cannot do it without homeowner participation. We depend on everyone sharing the financial burden because our expenses tend to become quite significant over the course of the year.
Please feel free to contact any Board member if you have specific questions about our finances or budget or any suggestions on how your Board can better serve our neighborhood. We welcome your input and participation.
Most communication to the homeowners is made via email, We also have a web site www.Oakleigh3.com and on Facebook at: Oakleigh 3 Neighborhood Association
Mike Glenn, President
January 15, 2020
OAKLEIGH III Annual Dues for 2020
Oakleigh III Neighborhood Association
P.O. Box 382474
Germantown, TN 38183-2474*
*This is the correct zip code
Join our Facebook page! To join, type in "Oakleigh 3 Neighborhood Association" in the search bar. Click on the page, request to join and we will approve you.
Thank you to all who coordinated and helped in our 2nd Annual Block Party. Looking forward to next year's event!!!!
The attendees are Bill & Janie Deere, Mary & FRank Markus, Lia Huerta-Mendez, Janet & Skip Morris, Rose & Andrew Pollard, Becky & Steve Priddy, Amy & Rod Shreve, Bettye & Davis Smith, Rory & Don Theeuwes, Jodi & Don Varner, Sylvia & Charles Waters and Kenneth Wied and his daughter
Rose Pollard, Bettye Smith, Rory Theeuwes, Andrew Pollard, Mary Markus, Frank Markus, Barbara Starr, Sylvia Waters, Janet Morris, Charles Waters, Kenneth Weid, Skip Morris, Davis Smith
Rose Pollard, Bettye Smith, Don Theeuwes, Andrew Pollard, Mary Markus, Frank Markus, Barbara Starr, Sylvia Waters, Janet Morris, Charles Waters, Kenneth Weid, Skip Morris, Davis Smith