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Yaupon Ranch Homeowners Association
Yaupon Ranch Homeowners Association

Yaupon Ranch Homeowners Association, in conjunction with Agents of Grace, sponsored a Community Cookout to kick off the summer and encourage residents to get out and meet their neighbors and Board members and have some fun.

Activities included the swimming pool, a rock wall, and a bounce house. We also had a celebrity DJ in the house, DJ Overflow, who played some great, family friendly music for all to enjoy.  DJ Overflow is very well known in the Christian Hip Hop circle and we were thrilled he could take time out of his schedule to provide entertainment for our event. While enjoying the festivities, residents ate burgers fresh off the grill!

We are grateful for the following organizations for donating their time and resources to benefit the community and create lasting memories: Graceful Moves Moving Company, the D. Bradley McWilliams YMCA, MD Kids Pediatrics, Precinct 5 Constables, Panera Bread, Sakina’s Henna Art, and Wilcrest Baptist Church.

We would also like to thank the following volunteers who made this event a success: Clayton Anderson, Kirk Custer, Priscilla Sampson (from Priscilla’s Events) and Theresa Bowdary.

Check out some photos from the event below! Use the arrows on the attachment to cycle through them.

Yaupon Ranch Community Cookout

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Magnolia Heights Homeowners Association, Inc.
Magnolia Heights Homeowners Association, Inc.

With school wrapping up for the 2020-2021 year, and COVID-19 numbers dropping, the Board of the Magnolia Heights Homeowners Association decided it was time to bring back that sense of community for their neighborhood.  The 5-member Board put a lot of thought in how to kick off this celebration and decided on just the right theme to get this summer party started! 

The ‘End of School Splash’ on June 4th, the last day of school, sported a large inflatable water slide, water balloon fights, a face painting station, and a dunking station! The dunking station was particularly fun, especially when the President of the Board, Amy Hoffmann, volunteered to get dunked (you may recognize the ‘dunkee’, Ms. Hoffmann, from a recent Volunteer Spotlight!). Homeowners enjoyed the games as well as delicious food and treats from the Kona Ice and Crazy’Z food trucks.

This Board worked for weeks to coordinate all the fun, and the pictures tell the rest of the story.  We appreciate their hard work, and it is great to see our families back to enjoying their community, and having fun in getting together again.  Thank you to the Magnolia Heights Board, the vendors, and the residents for making this event so special!

Community Spotlight – Features Past

There are some great stories, some wonderful programs, some fantastic people to meet in these features, enjoy our past Community Spotlight features.

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October 2020   Artesian Lakes Community Association
March 2021   Atascocita Trails Homeowners Association
January 2021   BGR Property Owners Association
September 2020   Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
May 2021   Cinco Ranch Residential Association II
February 2021   Cross Creek Ranch Community Association
November 2020   Deer Hollow Homeowners Association, Inc.
June 2020   Indian Shores Property Owners Association
March 2021   Legacy Trails Cell-3 Homeowners Association, Inc.
January 2021   Plantation at Woodforest Community Association
June 2021   Riverpark on the Brazos Property Owners Association
April 2021   S.A. Stonecrest at Lookout Canyon Homeowners Association
May 2021   San Antonio Oak Crest Homeowners Association, Inc.
July 2020   Sunrise Pines Homeowners Association, Inc.
December 2020   Telfair Commercial Association
February 2021   The Summit Mutual Amenities Association, Inc.
August 2020   Valley Lodge Property Owners Association
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