HP Local Weather
Last Updated on Feb 5 2016, 7:51 pm CST
Current: Mostly Cloudy
Wind: SE at 12mph
Join us on Saturday, December 12th for the 2015 WCHS Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk! Support our Hollywood Park high schoolers by taking part in our run (sleep-in option too) which benefits Project Graduation.
Project Graduation is a safe, chemical free, ALL NIGHT Private celebration for ALL graduating Churchill Seniors ONLY, following graduation on Wednesday, June 3, 2016 This is not a school event. It is organized and chaperoned by senior parents.. The Class of 2016 Project Grad party will be held at The Main Event (1911 N. Loop 1604 E, near 1604 & 281). Activities include bowling, billiards, video and arcade games, 30 person laser tag, a ropes obstacle course, music, door prizes, food and refreshments. It allows the seniors to spend one last memorable night together.
Register Online at www.atheleteguild.com or call Veronica 210-724-4524 for registration form.
Halloween falls on a Saturday this year and that means one more hour of fun for everyone, but it also means one more hour of needed volunteers! Teens are welcome to help out – We are more than happy to sign community service hour forms. Shifts last one hour. If we get enough volunteers, we will be happy to adjust the shifts to shorter amounts of time. Please consider helping out – this is the event with the greatest number of needed volunteers. You may sign up for a volunteer shift here: Halloween Volunteer Sign Up
It’s fawn season again! Every year at this time, I get calls from concerned residents about fawns that have been “abandoned” or left unattended by their mamas. Although this seems like terrible behavior for a mom to leave her newborn, this is actually normal behavior for whitetail deer. A newborn fawn does not have a scent, so they are typically protected from predators. It is normal for a mama doe to leave her fawn(s) alone for 14 or more hours at a time. So if you see a fawn sitting all by itself, leave it alone. The only time you should mess with a fawn is if it is sitting in the street, or in a bed of ants, or in an unsafe place. In this case, you can carefully pick up the fawn and move it to a safe place nearby. Rest assured, mama will come back for her baby. If you have any questions, feel free to call me.
We’ve had 138 online responses so far to the questionnaire and about an equal number of postal respondents. We’re still compiling to have it published for 2015, so tell your neighbors to get on-board and register their information for the directory!
It’s that time again! The last resident directory was compiled in 2010. To make things a bit easier for those volunteering to compile the directory, we are featuring an online submission form, in addition to The Sparks mail-in form.
Along with information from the previous directory, we will be using current HOA member sign-up information. If you do not wish to be included in the directory, simply use the form to submit your information and select, “No, I do not wish to be included in the directory”, to be excluded.
Some important information:
- The directory will only be distributed to residents of HP.
- The information will not be available to businesses, or be sold.
- You must be a member of the HOA, or pay $20 to receive a directory.
Just choose HP Directory Form from the main menu to begin!
2015 maps are now available!
This year’s garage sale is taking place April 30th through May 2nd.
If you would like a hard-copy of this year’s maps, they will be made available at the entrance of Mecca and Donella from the 281 access road, and Voigt coming from 1604. Maps will be marked with a sign a short distance from the intersections and on the side of incoming traffic.