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Our Committees are an integral part of our community and the volunteers that work with the committees spend valuable time ensuring that our neighborhood continues to be a great place to live and play. Each Committee is organized around a committee chairperson. That chairperson is responsible for organizing the meetings of the committee and for ensuring that the committee's charter is carried out. The Chairperson is also responsible for reporting to the board liaison each month any activities, issues, updates, concerns, needs, etc.

If you are interested in becoming an active part of maintaining, improving and energizing our community, please click the appropriate link below for the committee you are interested in. You may be involved with more than one committee.



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Board Liaison

Brief Responsibilities


Dan Pittman

Bill Panzer 

Design and maintenance of all common area landscape and communications with landscape contractor


Jay Puchalski

Ed Cooper 

Maintenance and general management of all tennis facilities


Ed Cooper 

Review and approval of all architectural change requests. Communication with community management company regarding covenants issues and violations


Tom Brown

Kathy Salek 

Maintenance and general management of pool and pool related facilities (assistance with clubhouse/restroom issues)
 Social Ashley Nelson Board  Planning, organization and communication of all neighborhood social activities


Merrill Walker
Sherry Caplan

Kathy Salek

Overall clubhouse maintenance, reservation and cleanliness



Maintenance and general management of playground facilities and grounds


Bruce Caplan


Welcome all new neighbors to the neighborhood and distribute directories

Community Garden

Dan Pitman

Bill Panzer 

Maintenance and general management of the community garden.



Maintenance and general management of the soccer fields and volleyball/basketball courts

Safety & Security


Study and recommend ways to make neighborhood safer and more secure

Holiday Decorating


Designs and coordinates the setup and removal of the holiday decorations at the main entrances of the neighborhoods.


Ron Anderson


Maintain and gather content for the currently growing website.


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