Archive for 2017

January 2018 Newsletter

2018 Straight Ahead! It has been said that the pessimist sees the cup as half empty, while the optimist views the cup as half full.  There is no doubt that your outlook is important to how you view and interact with the world around you.  So, with that in mind, let’s add another viewpoint:  the […]

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December 2017

‘Tis The Season… The season where we think of home and family and the many blessings in our lives.  It’s a joyful season that brings out the kid in all of us as we remember family moments and traditions that are special to our hearts.  It’s the season of wonderful baked goods, candies, and hot […]

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November 2017 Newsletter

The Holiday Season Begins With Thanksgiving What a wonderful time of year fall is!  As we turn the seasonal corner from summer and head into fall and winter, we also enter the Holiday season with a very appropriate first stop…. Thanksgiving.  Have you stopped lately to think about all you have to be thankful for?  […]

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October 2017 Newsletter

The New Pavilion is Open! After several months of construction and some weather delays, the new Johanna Woods outdoor pavilion is open! Just in time for cooler, fall weather we are now accepting reservations for your family gatherings. We held a grand opening celebration on September 23rd to introduce this brand new amenity to the […]

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September 2017 Newsletter

Home Re-Inspections Underway! So…was Oklahoma mysteriously transported to the tropics?  If not for that tornado that tried to sneak up on us in the middle of the night last month you might think so!  What a wet August we had!  Hopefully when fall weather arrives, we will enjoy a stunning fall color display, as a […]

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August 2017 Newsletter

If Everyone in the Community Was Just Like Me… What kind of community would this one be?  That’s a question we all need to consider from time to time.  Every year when we do home inspections we hear a certain amount of complaining about the community maintenance requirements.  If you have a task on your […]

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July 2017 Newsletter

America’s Birthday The fact that our country is 241 years old, should make the oldest among us feel young!  But, if it doesn’t, maybe some home-made ice cream, a family picnic and fireworks will help.  We hope that everyone enjoys time with their family and has a safe and happy 4th of July.  The City […]

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June 2017 Newsletter

Coming Soon… The bid review period is now complete and Johanna Woods has finalized the plan to build an outdoor pavilion behind the office.  We hope this will be an amenity that will be utilized and enjoyed by a large number of our residents.  When it is complete, the area will include a covered pavilion, […]

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May 2017 Newsletter

One Stormy Month Down, Two to Go! April, May and June are historically the prime severe weather months in Oklahoma.  While tornadoes are certainly not limited to those months, this three month period is when the conditions are most favorable for tornadoes to form.  In order of potential danger, May is actually the month with […]

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April 2017 Newsletter

Our Community is Growing! Spring is in the air!  Hopefully, it’s here to stay now and not just teasing us again.  The trees are budding and hopefully things will start looking green again very soon.  It has been an up and down winter, but Spring always brings a lift to the heart and mood as […]

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March 2017 Newsletter

Being Prepared For Whatever Spring Brings! The arrival of spring brings “newness” to our world and community.  Flowers bloom, trees and grass become green again, temperatures warm and sunny days get longer!  What a wonderful time of year.  Wouldn’t it be nice if the grass would turn green, grow to just the right length and […]

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February 2017 Newsletter

Assessor’s Visit Could Reduce Your Taxes Every year representatives from the County Assessor’s office visit Broken Arrow to register new homeowners and to sign qualified folks up for Homestead Exemptions.  Did you know that even though you do not own the land your home is on that a limited homestead exemption is available?  If you were […]

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