Heritage Pines Community Association

Volume 8, Issue 8 · August, 2008


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A Note from the President

On behalf of the board, I would like to thank all of the voters who elected us. We are looking forward to an exciting year and realize it will be full of many challenges. The turnout at the community meeting held on June 26 was amazing.

You made my job of addressing the community as President so easy. I saw so many smiling faces and felt as if I was just having a chat with friends. I want to keep the lines of communication open and care very much about what the community has to say.

As mentioned at the meeting, there will be a suggestion box placed outside Betty’s office complete with forms so you may address your concerns, comments and hopefully lots of compliments.

All unsigned forms will be discarded without being read. I hope you will enjoy the rest of your summer. Why not come out to the pool? Even if you don’t swim, it’s a great place to socialize and perhaps make some new friends. See you out and about. Pat Schneider.

New HPCA Application Procedures for ARC:

All projects must be completed within one year of approval date. If not completed within one year, a new application must be submitted. This was board approved at the June 19, 2008, meeting. Please add this change to your Rules and Regulations booklet.

Breakfast for the Ladies

The gentlemen of Heritage Pines will be cooking and serving breakfast to the Heritage Pines ladies on Saturday, August 16 at 9:00 am and a second seating at 10:30 am. They will be serving pancakes, scrambled eggs, sausage, fresh fruit, juice, tea and coffee.

Please come and enjoy this special treat. The cost is $3.00 and reservation must be in by noon, Monday, 8/ 4. Please call Bob Hodes if you (gentlemen) can volunteer to help.

 


August Ladies’ Luncheon

The August ladies’ lunch, “Summer Dog Day Menus” will be held at the clubhouse on Tuesday, August 19 at 12:30 pm. Do you have a favorite easy recipe for a meal on a hot summer day? If you do, please bring it with you to share with the group. Copies will be made. Luncheon will be catered by Classy Dinners to Go and they will have information about their company. The menu will be green salad, Starlight Apricot Chicken entrée, dessert and beverage. The cost is $9.00 and the deadline to sign up is noon, Monday, 8/4 Your hostess is Betty Morgan.

Community Events

The next Gourmet Dinner will be held on Saturday, September 13. If you are interested in participating, please call Martha Kozar.

Clubhouse Events
Activities:


Scrabble has been added to the weekly calendar. The group will meet the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays at 1:00 pm in the clubhouse. Please contact Mary Giannuzzi with any questions.


Save the dates:

Elvis Returns on Saturday,
September 13, 2008,
at 7:00 pm. Andy Woodall,
one of the area’s premier
“Elvis” impersonators, will here
to perform for Music Night. More information in the
next newsletter.

Halloween Party – Reserve Friday, October 31, 2008 for the annual Halloween Bash. The food will be catered and there will be games and prizes for costumes and decorated pumpkins. Further information will be in the September newsletter.
 

Community Thanks To The Following Chairpersons
and Their Committees:

  • Hospitality - Fran Livoti

  • Men's Breakfasts -Emmett Waller & Bob Hodes

  • Ladies’ Lunch - June Colon & Kay Lane

  • Fourth of July Bash - Emmett & Becky Waller

  • Clubhouse Handymen - Paul Bowker, Keith Holland & Tony Romano

2000 Heritage Pines Drive
Cary, NC 27519
Betty Landes, CMCA
On-Site Manager
(P) 919-466-0016
(F) 919-466-0014 - clubhouse
Email: 
cheritagepines@nc.rr.com

Management company
Dickson Properties, Inc. (AAMC)
Web site:
http://www.dickson-properties.com


Heritage Happenings 
Hot Off  The Press


HP Homeowner
Board Members

Welcome New
Board Members

President
Pat Schneider
hsboat@bellsouth.net

Vice President
Morty Berkowitz
merkowitz@nc.rr.com

Secretary Treasurer
Dick Hellkamp
d12m12h@bellsouth.net

Directors at Large
John Hannan
marjon422@juno.com

Emmett Waller
ewaller@nc.rr.com

These elected homeowners represent you with the Heritage Pines Board and the community.

 
Sign Up Sheets

You may turn in your sign-up sheet beginning at 10 am, Monday, July 28 during office hours. None will be accepted before that time. If you are unable to deliver your sign-up sheet to the office, you may ask a neighbor or friend to take your sheet. Each resident is limited to one (1) extra sheet. Thank you for your patience as we try to work on making event signup pleasurable for everyone. A separate check is required for the “lottery” events.

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WHAT ARE WE?
Written by Mary Campbell For the HPCA Website


Welcome to Heritage Pines, home to active adults 55 and over who want to enjoy the the fun lifestyle offered to its residents. We are proud of our 298 home community which offers a mix of ninety 2-, 3-, or 4-unit one-story villas and 208 single family residences, varying in size from around 1400 square feet to 2400 square feet. Heritage Pines, with its tree-lined streets, community ponds, and walkways, is just the right size—big enough to provide a host of activities for your pleasure while maintaining a small-town atmosphere where you can get to know all of your neighbors. Making new friends is a top priority here at Heritage Pines.

The fun begins at our centrally located clubhouse where a variety of community events are provided year-around for your pleasure. The clubhouse is home to the multi-purpose room, card room, craft room, library, exercise room, kitchen, and shower facilities. The beautiful clubhouse veranda overlooks the community pond and provides easy access to the heated pool, spa, Recreational Complex (tennis court, bocce courts, shuffleboard court, horseshoe court), and walking paths.

At Heritage Pines, you will find a wide range of activities provided for your enjoyment and learning pleasure.
Dining: Tired of cooking or eating alone? Catered and pot luck dinners are planned throughout the year, often with ballroom dancing or musical entertainment. Time honored favorites are the monthly ladies’ luncheon and bi-monthly men’s breakfasts, ice cream socials, and poolside pizza parties, or join your friends in the Gourmet Dining Group, progressive dinners, or dining out at one of the many local restaurants.

  • Holidays: Special events are open to all residents to celebrate holidays with your friends and neighbors at the Clubhouse.

  • Showtime: Relax and enjoy the acting and musical talents of your neighbors or local dancers, vocal, and musical artists invited to entertain you.

  • Clubs: A variety of social clubs invite your interests: Conversational French or Spanish; book club, needle group, open art studio, model yacht sailboat races.

  • Dancing/Exercise: Those of you who like dancing or exercise groups will enjoy square dancing, round dancing, line dancing, aquacise, stretch and flex, or yoga.

  • Games: The game players among you have a lot to choose from: Bridge, Hand & Foot, Canasta, Pinochle, Mah Jongg, Rummikub, Bunco, Poker, Dominoes, Bingo, and various other board and card games, darts, pocket billiards, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and bocce ball.

  • Happy Hour: A weekly feature is Friday night Happy Hour, followed by Game Time where the choice of games varies or come share your favorite.

  • Travel: Expand your horizons by joining a group of friends in exploring our beautiful country or exotic places throughout the world. Ready for a cruise anyone?

  • More Fun: Our residents enjoy participating in local bowling leagues, senior competitions, golf
    outings and tournaments, art shows, musical theater, and tennis tournaments.

Volunteers are the heart of our community. We welcome one and all to participate. Come share your skills and expertise so we can all learn from your experience. Our social events, hosted by our many volunteers, are constantly improving as these creative people share their new ideas and talents. Our Hospitality Committee, Block Captains, and Homeowner Association committee and Board members are also a big asset to our community. Volunteering is a great way to meet your neighbors and make new friends.

 

HPCA Board Meeting
July 17 - 10:00 am

Heritage Pines Committee  Meetings:
  • Architectural - August 13 & 27 - 10:00 am
     

Welcome
New Neighbors
  • None to report
Thinking of You
 

Anne Council
Jeff Dunn
Ed Eagle
Jim Hall
Terry Kagan
Ron Kruss
Joe Lacenere
Chadyeane Laza
Dave & Dean Lockwood
 Gloria Madigan
Sally Morena
Al Roos
The family of Babe Monaco



 




 

August Wedding Anniversaries  

  2-Joe & Pat Dunbeck
  3-Henry & Mary Grandpre
  4-Dick & Mary Hinkley
  5-Walter & Kay Cummings
15-Bill & Martha Kozar
17-Mort & Susan Berkowitz
20-Bob & Bobby Cathcart
20-Alan & Marcia Garelick
21-Dominick & Fran Mammolito
22-James & Joan Hall
22-Dinesh & Guni Kachalia
24-Tim & Cathy Mannix
26-Doug & Carol Elvers
26-Charles & Frances Dusterhoff
27-Rex & Eileen Hoppa
29-Ron & Carol Mitchell
29-Mert & Marilyn Sirota
29-Paul & Joyce Thimsen
30-Bob & Gail McKernie
30-Al & Tina Panebianco

 

Congratulations:
  • Dorothy Raulet & Frank Hanrahan on the birth of their first great grandchild, Madyson Claire Barnhart on 6/18.
     
  • Russ & Lynn Willard on the birth of their seventh grandchild, Bailey Elizabeth Greczyn, on 6/26.
August Birthdays


  1-Phyllis Piccola
  1-Tim Wilkins
  2-Doris Eutizzi
  4-Marguerite Canning
  4-Rita Gehring
  4-Elizabeth Dowdy
  7-Mary Norris
  9-Dick Deal
  9-Jack Robinson
11- Drue Anderson
11-Mary Mazzoni
12-John Hannan
14-Lois Zur
15-Cathy Clark
16-Evelyn Bryant
16 Sally Etkin
17-Morton Berkowitz
 


19-Ralph Hakanson
20-Millie Hellmann
22-Egon Neubert
22-Dorothy Raulet
24-Gloria Broedel
24-Pat Sherman
24-Flo Sudduth
25-Jean Eagle
25-Terry Kagan
25-Evelyn Richards
25-Dorothy Rogers
26-Pat Dunbeck
26-Mary Ann Kruss
28-Jeanette Hill
30- Ronald Kruss
30-Katharina Megger
30-Nell Naughton

From Hospitality Chair:

August – Alice White - If you know of anyone in the neighborhood who is in need of care or our concern, please contact Alice.

Around the Clubhouse 

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Welcome New Board Members
 

President, Pat Schneider
Vice President, Morty Berkowitz
Secretary/Treasurer, Dick Hellkamp
Member at Large, John Hannan
Member at Large, Emmett Waller

June Ladies Lunch
Sondra Epps & Chrys Matthews
Mary Wilkins
Marguerite Canning

Three of our “Wonderful Models” for the June Ladies Lunch
Cathy Clark
Nancy Skelding
Saundra Robertson

Forth of July - a big celebration at the clubhouse.
Katharina Megger & Sidney Tew
Gloria Madigan& Fern Phipps
Bob Hodes & Joe Lacenere