What's going on in Enchanted Valley this month:
The Bunco Ladies kicked off 2020 with a fun evening on January 14th. Delicious refreshments were provided by Elizabeth and enjoyed by all! Thank you Elizabeth. And, as a bonus, we got to hear about her trip to Africa! Come join us on February 11th at 7:30pm at the Clubhouse. Beginners or experienced are welcome!
Everyone brings $6 for the pots.
$5 goes in the kitty to be divided at the end of the night by most wins 50%
Most Buncos, 25%
Biggest loser, 25%
$1.00 goes in a jar to be given to the last person holding the pink dice. Pink dice gets rotated around to whoever rolls the magic number that is set at 1,2,3 sequence.
We always have room for more, Come join us!
- Cheryl Williams
The Craft Group is going digital! Find us on SCS Go. Click on the Residents tab and go to Groups.
Watch demonstrations on your computer, download instructions, and join the group to share questions, suggestions and comments--all from the comfort of your own home and on your own schedule.
Do you have a craft to share? Have you seen a craft you would like to learn?
Join our digital craft group. Simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and enter Craft Group as the Subject. We’ll get you all the details. That’s it!
Do you prefer to have written directions and pictures of how a craft is done? We’ve got that.
Join the group----let’s create!
Reference: Craft Group
Talk to you soon,
From the Newsletter!
We have events in Enchanted Valley throughout the year—Cookies and Cocoa with Santa, Easter Egg Hunt, 4th of July Parade and Picnic. What would What would you like to do in the upcoming year? Here are some suggestions—what are yours? Just brainstorming here, so send in your thoughts, comments, and suggestions:
• Pop-up events like pot-luck adult nights at pool.
• Mobil Shredder to shred all the stuff you meant to take to the recycle bins (that have now disappeared).
• An organized walking group or biking group to meet once or twice a week.
• Bake Sales to go along with the community garage sale.
• Craft Sales in advance of Christmas.
• Monthly game night (cards, bunco, dominos).
• Special interest speakers (food, wine-making, urban gardening, car maintenance, hobbies).
• DIY demonstrations.
What’s your idea? What would you like to do? No suggestion will be discounted. Visit the contact page to send us your ideas, and don’t forget your own contact information!
Enchanted Valley HOA will be having their next Board meeting on April 6th, 2020 at the community clubhouse at 7:00pm. Homeowners are always welcome to attend.
Welcome to the Neighborhood!
Welcome to the Enchanted Valley neighborhood website! We are excited to make neighborhood involvement more available to residents, and we are excited to bring back all of the fun events and activities that once made our neighborhood such a desirable place for families to live in the past decades. We look forward to Easter egg hunts, Independence Day parades, picnics and grill-outs by the clubhouse, as well as fun activities for each and every age group.
Our Home Owners Association meets at the beginning of every month, and depends on your input in making decisions for our neighborhood. We encourage you to be involved in any way you can! We would love your involvement as block captains, as part of the beautification committee, and even the yard of the month committee! If you have more ideas, please let us know.
Safety and Security Note from Officer Jeff Lee
Let's all work together for a fun and safe season by looking out for one another, reporting suspicious activity, and keeping our garages and vehicles closed and locked. Don't forget about the Harris County juvenile curfew law, in effect 7 days a week, even when school is out. Take advantage of the Harris County Sheriff and Pct 4 Constable Office vacation watch programs.
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Kids in our neighborhood
We love our kids! Enchanted Valley DOES have a speed limit. Please do not ignore the speed limit signs or stop signs. Parents would like their children to be able to ride their bikes and play outside (as well as school bus stops) without the fear of their child being hit by a car. Let's slow it down!