Heritage Happenings February 2002
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Exercise Classes
Ladies Lunch
Bus Trips
Pot Luck Club 
Men’s Breakfast

Anyone interested in forming a bingo group should come to a planning session on March 11. We will try to determine a day and time for bingo to be played. If you are unable to attend the meeting please drop a note by the office about what your wishes are in forming a bingo group.

Have you noticed our new water fountain in the small pond? It is doing a wonderful job of aerating the pond. 

Next month’s sign-up sheet will take on a new color. It is important for you to use these sheets. They are beneficial in planning programs and ordering needed items for specific events. 

The swimming pool will open on April 13.
We are working on the Bocce Ball Court and it should be ready shortly. It’s time for spring games.

If you are interested in learning the game please check will Bill Cossa.

The geese are back and we would like all homeowners to encourage the geese to take up residence in another location. 
Water pistols or garden hoses are a harmless way to annoy the geese.
If you have any other safe ideas please let us know.

In person 
To sing your favorite songs
Saturday, February 23 at 7:00 pm

February Birthdays

Janie Couch—8th
Dave Lockwood—13th
Jacquie Salyer—25th
Dick French—29th

Heritage Pines 1st Anniversary
Russell & Lynn Cain
Rex & Eileen Hoppa
Judy Moore

Thinking of You

Irene Chapogas
Will & Jean Harper

February Wedding Anniversaries

February Social to celebrate Birthdays and Anniversaries will be held on February 10. Everyone is welcome to come and celebrate life.


Down Home

The next Town Meeting of the Heritage Pines Homeowners Association will be held in the clubhouse on Tuesday, March 19 at 6:00 pm, Tom Desimpel, will be presiding. This meeting is open to all homeowners.

Fertilization for Heritage Pines has only been budgeted for the common areas. It is up to the individual homeowner to take care of his/her own program. 
Hunt Landscaping has a flyer with the prices for this service in the lobby. There is a sign up sheet for anyone interested in acquiring this service.

Every household should have received two Pool Passes last year. If you are a homeowner who did not receive two passes please stop by the office for your second pass. They are ready for you to pick up immediately.

We love our pets. 

The Town of Cary has several ordinances on animals. Chapter 4 Animals and Fowl, Article 1, Section 4-9 says It shall be unlawful for any owner, possessor, or harborer of any animal to allow such animal(s) under his or her control, whether at large or under restraint, to defecate on the property of another or upon any public property or public right-of-way. 
Be a good neighbor and please clean up after your pet.

One of our future homeowners has a tip to share with everyone. Terry Kagan recommends Gel-Gloss cleaner & polish for your sinks, basins, counter tops, and tubs. She has used it in her home in Florida for years. This product can be purchased at local home centers. 

If you are interested in the calendar for Green Hope High School you can locate it on the web at: http://www.greenhopehigh.wcpss.net. This will give you a schedule for track, soccer, softball, and musical performances


Pot Luck
All are welcome to share their food. This month Elvis will be entertaining. Pot Luck - February 23 at 6:00 pm. Please sign the clip board in the lobby to let everyone know what you are bringing to share. 
Ladies Lunch
The best soup and salad bar in town is at the Ladies Lunch. Everyone signs the clip board as to what she is bringing. What a selection it is! It is held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. February 20 is this month’s date. The time has changed to 12:30 pm. 
Book Club
February’s book is The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks. March’s selection is The Hungry Ocean: A Swordboat 
Captain’s Journey
by Linda Greenlaw. Come join the group, it meets on the first Thursday of the month at 10:00 am.

Come join the fun & excitement of this exciting dice game. The next game night is Thursday, February 28 at 7:00 pm. This is open to everyone.

Men’s Breakfast
The Cary police and fire station number 5 on High House have been invited to attend breakfast this month.  

We are fortunate to have several retried policemen and firemen living here. They know first hand what it means to serve the community and we are happy to share a meal.


Strength Training &
Range of Motion

Laury Holly, personal trainer & physical therapist, teaches this beneficial class. Come join the fun and receive benefits from this group. It meets on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9:00 am. There is a fee for this class.

Needlework Night
A new group has formed and it will meet on Tuesday, February 19 at 6:30 pm. Everyone is invited to bring a project or just come see what others are doing
Card Night
Every Monday Night is Card Night!
Come join the fun of playing Canasta or other games on Monday evenings at 6:45 pm

Learn More About Raleigh
Parker Call will be our guide for two bus tours of Raleigh. 
She gives a fascinating historical tour of our capital city — March 4 and 18. 

Upcoming Events

  • Elvis is coming to Pot Luck in February
  • Beer tasting
  • Wine tasting
  • Super Bowl Party
  • Baked Potato Month
  • Salute to Ol’ Blue Eyes—symphony
  • Spruce up for Spring—paint plant pots
  • Doughnut Day (Shrove Tuesday)
  • Doll making

Welcome: New Neighbors

Dr. Carolyn Gilbert
202 Knotts Valley Lane

Red Wolf Ramble

The bus will be going out in March in search of more decorated wolves. 
There are one hundred wolves for us to find and we will be keeping a score card.

74th Academy Awards will be held on March 24. We will have a party to cheer on your favorite stars. We will also have our own contest to see which homeowner can pick the most winners. 

Dinner for two will be the prize.  It’s time to do your research to make your educated choices for the Oscars.

Fire safety is important to all of us. 

Kathy Ellis, public fire educator from the Town of Cary will be here in March. She will give us lessons on how to properly use a fire extinguisher. There will also be time for questions and answers.

Scheduled date March 13.

We have many fire extinguishers around the clubhouse and it is important we know how to work with them in an emergency.

The bus will be going to a performance of the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Sunday, March 17 at the Herbert C. Young Community Center at 7:00 pm. The tickets go on sale at the end of February. We have a full bus but some people will be car pooling, please check the sign up sheet. Check with Dick Smith if you are interested in purchasing a ticket.

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