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T imarron December 2007, Volume 1, Issue 9

Official Publication of The Timarron owner's Association

Timarron Residents

While inspecting your holiday mail, be sure to watch for your 2008 annual assessment. The assessment is due January 1st each year and is mailed the last days in November. Information is limited at time of newsletter publishing but remember that the May 2007 management change results in Associa, Principal Management Group appearing as document sender. Please do not throw away this envelope. In addition to assessment billing, Timarron homeowners will receive a separate mailing this winter with both a secure access card reissue and homeowner directory requests. Watch your mail and be sure to respond quickly that we may publish the 2007 Timarron Directory with your contact information. As December is a time for review, the December newsletter includes articles printed in prior 2007 newsletters. I hope you find the information useful. Please feel free to call the office at (817) 424-3027 to speak with either Melissa Prior or myself with any questions. Kathy Epperson Timarron General Manager

Musicians, Singers, Magicians, Dancers, Cheerleaders, Bakers, Etc.!...

Calling on all Timarron residents…We are planning an evening of Seasons Greetings in mid-December for all our residents to gather in the Bent Creek Clubhouse area to enjoy some of our own talent including caroling, fun games, music, magic and hopefully baked goods with your donations. This is a great opportunity for our teens, adults, and all Youth Groups to get involved in a fun community event. Please contact [email protected] ASAP so we can get this party started! Watch the website at www.timarron –hoa.com for more information.

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Annual Holiday Lighting And Decor Contest Winter holidays are here and the Timarron Community is holding the Annual Holiday Lighting and Decoration contest. Judging takes place the evening of Monday, December 10th or the next day if weather results in delays. So don’t forget to have your lights on by 6:00 p.m. for judging. ValleyCrest donates poinsettias for first place winners. Neighborhoods with more than onehundred homes receive two first place awards. Winning yards will also have a sign posted in their yard for everyone to see. First place winners may not win two consecutive years. So let your creative side come out as ‘tis the season. DATE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 10th TIME: BEGINS AT 6:00 P.M.

Happy Holidays

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ATTENTION TIMARRON RESIDENTS!!! Our newsletter is in need for volunteers to help coordinate articles and information gathering. We are very fortunate to have the “Inside Timarron” newsletter. It has opened a great communication forum to help us build and maintain a stronger community, free of charge to our readers. This could be a great opportunity for those interested in positive journalism to get involved in helping your community. Please contact the office to volunteer at 817-424-3027.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Timarron Owners Association is to provide its members a superior residential development with amenities, policies, and standards which maintain the quality of life for its neighborhoods, maximize the property values of its homeowners, and provie uniform administration and enforcement of its polices The principle points of focus to fulfill the mission are to: • Administer strict but fair enforcement of covenants and restrictions • Maintain the high standards of Timarron landscaping and infrastructure • Respond to property owners particular needs and ideas • Maintain accountability to the elected neighborhood delegates

DISCLAIMER: Articles and ads in this newsletter express the opinions of their authors and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Peel, Inc. or its employees. Peel, Inc. is not responsible for the accuracy of any facts stated in articles submitted by others. The publisher also assumes no responsibility for the advertising content with this publication. All warranties and representations made in the advertising content are solely that of the advertiser and any such claims regarding its content should be taken up with the advertiser. * The publisher assumes no liability with regard to its advertisers for misprints or failure to place advertising in this publication except for the actual cost of such advertising. * Although every effort is taken to avoid mistakes and/or misprints, the publisher assumes no responsibility for any errors of information or typographical mistakes, except as limited to the cost of advertising as stated above or in the case of misinformation, a printed retraction/correction. * Under no circumstances shall the publisher be held liable for incidental or consequential damages, inconvenience, loss of business or services, or any other liabilities from failure to publish, or from failure to publish in a timely manner, except as limited to liabilities stated above. 

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Timarron Country Club “Tis the Season to be..............” Most people will complete this statement with something about the Holidays and their beliefs, family and giving etc....and of course it all goes hand in hand with great food, parties and more great food. And the Season runs along smoothly up until the time we just happen to glance sideways into a reflection as we pass by a mirror. Aaagggh – when did that happen?!!! And there you have it. The honest truth staring back at you. Somewhere between the joyful fa lalalas at Aunt Martha’s Eggnog and Fruitcake Feast a few extra pounds have attached to the hips. Now what? For Timarron Country Club Members – it’s a No Brainer! Sign up now for Boot Camp that will be starting up again the first of the year. The first two sessions has us looking better then ever. And more importantly – feeling better then ever! Ask anyone that survived even the first eight-week training session and they will exclaim the positive results – actually I bet you will be able to see the positive results without asking first. And okay, yes – many of them are very proud of literally ‘surviving’ the Boot Camp and are boasting a fun tee shirt with a quirky happy face topped off with a military beret. (And how our Trainer Rory Brown can stay so cute and fun through all the classes is a not even fair and entirely another article topic for later down the road.) (Continued on page 4)

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Please support the businesses that advertise in the Timarron Community Newsletter. Their advertising dollars make it possible for all Timarron residents to receive the monthly newsletter at no charge. No homeowners association funds are used to produce or mail the newsletters. If you would like to support the newsletter by advertising, please contact our sales office at 888-687-6444 or [email protected] The advertising deadline is the 20th of each month for the following month's newsletter. At no time will any source be allowed to use the Timarron Community Newsletter contents, or loan said contents, to others in anyway, shape or form, nor in any media, website, print, film, e-mail, electrostatic copy, fax, or etc. for the purpose of solicitation, commercial use, or any use for profit, political campaigns, or other self amplification, under penalty of law without written or expressed permission from the Timarron Association and Peel, Inc. The information in the newsletter is exclusively for the private use of Timarron residents only. Copyright © 2007 Peel, Inc.


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TIMARRON Timarron Country Club - (Continued from page 2) But wait! Last time I looked around the room at Aunt Martha’s the kids were there too! Which brings to my attention the new Boot Camp Session at Timarron. Timarron has added an after school event for the Teenage Girls to enjoy Boot Camp two days a week. As one that has already survived what was commonly referred to as the Roller Coaster Years aka my daughter’s High School Years, it would be wise to take counsel before bringing this to the attention of your 16 year old daughter. You cannot just suggest and say “How about joining Boot Camp at the Club?” Well, you could – but I wouldn’t recommend it. So, before she starts that famous glare of “why me” response to your suggestion of getting involved at the Club’s Boot Camp may I suggest a positive spin. Something along the lines of ‘shopping for Prom Dresses is not far off’ yadda yadda...quickly followed up with Spring Sports and Summer Traveling Team try-outs and the opportunity to do something with other girls her age at the Club. I’m sure you are aware that you are actually looking at the face of not your daughter but what you know is the next Girl Wonder in the World of Golf. I don’t need to worry, as I’m sure you’ll come up with a few other great reasons on your own. Oh! By the way, depending on your true knowledge of your daughter would I wait to bring up the “no boys present during workout” bit - - that may or may not be seen as plus.

And as for the honest truth staring back...don’t look, don’t glance, don’t even give a hint of looking that way until after the New Year begins. Here’s how I see it. If I’m already registered for the Boot Camp session then Tis the Season to be Guilt Free! A few things I’ve heard in the halls at the Club that might interest you this month. There are the family activities, the Santa visits, the Christmas Brunch and of course the New Year’s Eve Celebration: Fantasy in Red! WOW! It’s going to be fabulous! I even heard- oh, sorry I think it’s suppose to be a surprise for you so I best not say. I just know welcoming in 2008 at Timarron Country Club is going to be memorable for everyone! And one more note on things I’m looking forward to: January 26, 2008. As the Membership Director I have the privilege of inviting Club Members to an Invitation Only Party. It’s our Annual Sponsor Party. This party is only for those Club Members that have extended the Invitation to Membership AND the Member Candidate has become a New Member. Club Members – if you have not invited someone you know to join the Club you still have time! Just ask yourself, “Who do I know who...?” See you at the Club! Susan Merrill Membership Director

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Rockenbaugh Elementary: Sponsors and Donations Needed

The Rockenbaugh Elementary School PTO auction is March 8, 2008. We are looking for: • Items or services to donate • Gift Cards to donate • Advertising in the program which includes advertising in the 2008-9 PTO Directory • Cash donations to underwrite the event For additional information regarding this event, feel free to contact Lynda Warner at (817) 846-7996 or [email protected]

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DECEMBER 10th 7:00 p.m. Christmas Potluck Judy Bender Hostess (817) 488-3229 624 Chandon Court

Hot Christmas Punch

1 Cup brown sugar 1 Tall can pineapple juice 1 large jar cranberry juice 6 sticks cinnamon, broken

3 Cups water 3 T whole cloves 3/4 tsp. salt

Dissolve sugar in water and pour in percolator. Add juices. Place cinnamon sticks, cloves, and salt in basket. Percolate.

If you would like to submit YOUR recipe email it to [email protected]

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Crescent Royale Wrought Iron

Many Crescent Royale homeowners have wrought iron fences between their homes and the street. Within this neighborhood, the front iron fences are a bronze color as opposed to the black of all other wrought iron fences. This fence color is as follows: Lowe’s Tinter #A #5 73705 – One Gallon Olympic/CCA. Premium Exterior/Alkyd/Gloss 101-9Y22.5, 107-1Y17, 109-1Y20, 113-1Y11 Please remember that only the wrought iron fences in Crescent Royale between the home and street are this bronze color. All other wrought iron fences in every Timarron neighborhood are black.

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Personal classifieds (one time sell items, such as a used bike...) run at no charge to Timarron residents, limit 30 words, submit before the 15th of each month. Please e-mail [email protected] principal-mgmt.com Business classifieds (offering a service or product line for profit) are $50, limit 40 words, please contact Peel, Inc. Sales Office at 888-687-6444 or [email protected]

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Do you need the Timarron wood fence stain? Please see below for one gallon color codes at both Lowe’s and Home Depot stores. LOWE’S OF SOUTHLAKE: Tinter A Custom mixed colors are Non-returnable Custom Formula 06/04/07 One Gallon Custom Color Timmarron tim exterior Cabot PRO V.T. Neutrual Base 101-3Y2.5 107-5Y13.5 109-31 113-4Y HOME DEPOT SOUTHLAKE: BEHR Non-returnable PLUS 10 SOLID COLOR HOUSE & FENCE STAIN {MANUAL} TINT BASE NO.20 (020) GALLON COLORANT AX PERM YELLOW B LAMP BLACK F RED OXIDE T MEDIUM YELL

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The social and lighting committees are soliciting homeowners interested. The social committee has an annual budget for Timarron social activities. Members work together with Social Chair in planning community activities. The lighting committee reports on neighborhood light outages and address overall neighborhood lighting concerns.

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Brickman performs general front yard maintenance to Crescent Royale homes. This maintenance includes semi-annual color changes, turf maintenance, bed and turf weeding, and most chemical applications. While Brickman takes responsibility for actions resulting from this maintenance, they do not perform lighting and irrigation maintenance. Are you Crescent Royale homeowner with front lawn maintenance concerns? Call the Brickman line at (817) 488-6969. This message line is checked weekly and addressed the following week.

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TIMARRON Green Belt Walking Paths

There are numerous green belt areas and walking paths interspersed between the Timarron neighborhoods. These paths are beautiful and full of animals in their natural habitat. Please stay on paths when walking through these areas to avoid injury from falling tree limbs and holds dug by animals. One misstep could cause an injury. We must all assume responsibility for minimizing the chance of injury in these areas by staying on walking paths.

HOLIDAY COLLECTION DAY SCHEDULE Colleyville Christmas Week – Normal collection both Monday and Thursday New Years Eve – Normal collection on December 31st Southlake Christmas Week – Normal collection both Monday and Thursday New Years Eve – Normal collection on December 31st

Making Changes to Your Home or Yard?

Please remember that all exterior modifications require a submission through either the New Construction Committee or Modification Committee for approval. This includes but is not limited to landscape changes, rear yard installations, exterior painting, roof colors or products, and front door colors or styles. Management would rather answer a question before an installation takes place than send letters to homeowners. Please feel free to call the management office with any questions.

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TIMARRON Texas Events - December

1-Jan. 1—DALLAS: The Trains at NorthPark Enjoy this holiday tradition of seeing the most elaborate toy train exhibit in Texas with vintage locomotives whizzing on a journey across America by miniature landmarks. NorthPark Center. www.rmhdallas.com/trains 214/631-7354 1-Jan. 1—FRISCO: Christmas in the Square Extraordinary light show is synchronized to holiday music. Includes outdoor movies, train and carriage rides, and more on weekends. Frisco Square. www.friscosquare. com 972/292-5000 1-Jan. 6—DALLAS: 5,000 Years of Chinese Ceramics: The R. Randolph Richmond Collection Collection is from the New Orleans Museum of Art. The Crow Collection of Asian Art. www.crowcollection.org 214/9796438 1-Jan. 6—DALLAS: The Amazing Chocolate Tree Exhibit takes visitors inside the world of chocolate, from its roots as part of the cacao plant to a candy factory, and explains how chocolate comes to the consumer. Dallas Arboretum. www.dallasarboretum.org 214/515-6500 1-Jan. 6—FORT WORTH: Declaring Space Focuses on the work of four artists whose works had a dramatic impact on the complex development of abstract space and color in the years following World War II. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth. www.mamfw.org 817/738-9215 1-Jan. 27—DALLAS: Domains of Wonder: Selected Masterworks of Indian Painting Provides a complete overview of Indian court painting with examples representing each school. Dallas Museum of Art. www. dallasmuseumofart.org 214/922-1200 1-Jan. 27—DALLAS: When Gold Blossoms: Indian Jewelry from the Susan L. Beningson Collection Centers on jewelry from South India,


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where goldsmith work has a long history. There are 154 pieces of jewelry in the exhibition. Dallas Museum of Art. www.dallasmuseumofart.org 214/922-1200 1-Jan. 27—IRVING: Michael Bane & Sue McCans: Paintings McCans’ paintings are a series of geometric abstractions while Bane’s works are representational with subject matter that includes horses and still-lifes. Irving Arts Center Carpenter Performance Hall Lobby.www.irvingartscenter. com 972/252-7558 1-Feb. 3—MCKINNEY: Dinosaurs Alive! Come see the second annual exhibit of life-size animatronic dinosaurs placed throughout the hiking trails. The Heard Natural Science Museum and Wildlife Sanctuary. www. heardmuseum.org 972/562-5566 1-Feb. 17—DALLAS: Indian Miniature Paintings form the David T. Owsley Collection This is a companion exhibition of 50 paintings on loan from a major benefactor of the Dallas Museum of Art. www.dallasmuseumofart. org 214/922-1200 1-Feb. 24—DALLAS: Coming of Age: American Art, 1850s to 1950s It includes 72 paintings and sculptures drawn from the internationally renowned collection of the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, Mass. Meadows Museum. www.meadowsmuseumdallas.org 214/768-2516 1-Mar. 1—DALLAS: Pullman Porter Exhibit Highlights the stories of Pullman porters and their influence upon the African-American middle class. Museum of the American Railroad. www.dallasrailwaymuseum. com 214/428-0101

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TIMARRON Texas Events - (Continued from page 10) 1-Mar. 23—DALLAS: Phil Collins, The World Won’t Listen The Dallas Museum of Art presents the world premiere of British artist Phil Collins’ international three-part video project. www.dallasmuseumofart.org 214/922-1200 1-Mar. 30—FORT WORTH: Picturing the Bible: The Earliest Christian Art Drawing on new historical research and the latest archaeological discoveries, this exhibition tells the story of how the earliest Christians first gave visual expression to their religious beliefs in works of art. Kimbell Art Museum. www.kimbellart.org 817/332-8451 1-Apr. 27—DALLAS: Rubin Museum of Art The Crow Collection of Asian Art. www.crowcollection.org 214/979-6438 2, 6, 9, 11, 13, 16, 18—GRAPEVINE: The Best Time of the Year Musical Begins at 8 p.m. Palace Theatre. www.grapevinetexasusa.com 817/4103185 2, 9, 16, 23, 30—FORT WORTH: Cowboy Concerts Exchange Building, Historic Fort Worth Stockyards. www.cowtownopry.org 817/838-5882 2-31—FARMERS BRANCH: Tour of Lights Begins at I-35 and Valley View Lane. Drive through an amazing and joyful display of lights and figures with more than 300,000 shimmering lights. 972/919-2620 8, 15—MCKINNEY: Dino Days Offers lots of activities for kids, including meeting 12 life-size, roaring animatronic dinosaurs. Spots fill up fast; make reservations early. The Heard Natural Science Museum & Wildlife Sanctuary. www.heardmuseum.org 972/562-5566 ext. 234 12—IRVING: Unsilent Night Presented by Lone Star Youth Orchestra at 7 p.m. Carpenter Performance Hall. www.irvingartscenter.com 972/252-14-


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16—MCKINNEY: Third Monday Trade Days More than 750 indoor and outdoor vendors sell antiques, collectibles and more. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 4550 W. University Drive. www.tmtd.com 972/562-5466 14-16—SEGUIN: Country Christmas Tour a 20th-century farm and experience what Christmas was like for German settlers. Offers entertainment, dancing, chuck-wagon dinner, storytelling and educational tours. Texas Agricultural Ed & Heritage Center. E-mail: [email protected] org 800/580-7322 or 830/379-1122 15—IRVING: Holiday Gala Features a literary cafe with authors such as Sherasa Thomas and Danielle Stewart, Karen Moore and Arlether Wilson. Begins at 7 p.m. Irving Arts Center, 3333 N. MacArthur Blvd. www. irvingartscenter.com 972/252-7558 15—IRVING: Holiday in Sound Presented by Irving Symphonic Band. Carpenter Performance Hall. www.irvingartscenter.com 972/252-ARTS 15—LEXINGTON: Christmas Tour of Homes 979/542-3455 15—MESQUITE: Mesquite Symphony Orchestra Mesquite Arts Center Concert Hall. E-mail: [email protected] 972/216-8127 15—PALESTINE: A Country Christmas The Dogwood Jamboree presents a Branson-style country music concert to celebrate the season. Palestine Civic Center. www.visitpalestine.com 903/723-3014 15—ROUND TOP: Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston Begins at 3 p.m. International Festival-Institute at Round Top. www.festivalhill.org 979/2493129 16—GIDDINGS: Christmas Cantata Begins at 3 p.m. First United Methodist, 279 E. Monroe. 979/542-3455 16—MOUNT VERNON: Voices of Christmas Enjoy a Christmas concert

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reaching back to some of our oldest and purest musical traditions in a program of early music with the famed University of North Texas Collegiums Singers and Instrumentalists. Mount Vernon Music Hall, 402 Leftwich. www.mountvernonmusic.org 903/563-3780 16—SEGUIN: Las Posadas Presents a re-enactment of the journey of Joseph and Mary to Bethlehem. The journey is led by a mariachi band and travels to different buildings in downtown Seguin. A brief service, refreshments and Diablo pinata for the kids conclude the event. Begins at 6 p.m. Meet at City Hall, 205 N. River St. E-mail: [email protected] 800/580-7322 18—RICHARDSON: The Oak Ridge Boys This Christmas show is a holiday treat for the entire family. Begins at 8 p.m. Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts. 972/744-4600 19—DALLAS: Holiday Magic Features the Children’s Chorus and Youth Chorus of Greater Dallas. Includes Corelli’s Christmas Concert and holiday music with chorus. Begins at 7:30 p.m. Meyerson Symphony Center. www. gdyo.org 214/528-7747 20—SEGUIN: On Austin More than a dozen businesses and restaurants along Austin Street offer refreshments, entertainment and more. Hours are 6 to 10 p.m. Austin Street. www.seguinonaustin.com 800/580-7322 or 830/401-5000 20-23—DALLAS: The Nutcracker In Clara’s Christmas Eve dream, her nutcracker doll transports her to a magical world. Music Hall at Fair Park. www.texasballettheater.org 877/828-9200 21—BASTROP: Christmas Candlelight Stroll Walk through the historic downtown area singing Christmas carols and stopping at several churches for scripture readings and refreshments. Downtown. 512/303-0810

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22—IRVING: Holiday Celebration: Albinoni, Holst, Rimsky-Korsakov Irving Arts Center, Carpenter Performance Hall. www.lascolinassymphony. org 972/252-4800 28—GRAND PRAIRIE: Playhouse Disney Live! Nokia Theatre. www. nokialivedfw.com 214/373-8000 or 972/647-5700 28-30—GLEN ROSE: Booger Barter Team Roping Somervell County Expo Center. www.glenrosetexas.net 254/897-3081 29-30—ATHENS: Best in Texas Barrel Racing Henderson County Fairpark Complex. 903/677-6354 31—DALLAS: Bach’s Greatest Hits St. Rita’s Catholic Church. www. dallasbach.org 214/320-8700 31—DALLAS: New Year’s Luncheon/Tea Dance Charity Ball Features Jack Melick’s Big Band. Reservations deadline is Dec. 22. Sterling Hotel. E-mail: [email protected] 979/239-3342 or 214/341-2900 31—FORT WORTH: Bell Helicopter Armed Forces Bowl The Division 1A football champions from the Pac-10 Conference, Conference USA or Mountain West meet in Fort Worth for this match up. TCU’s Amon Carter Stadium. www.armedforcesbowl.com 31—FORT WORTH: New Year’s Eve 2007 Join the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for a new show. Bass Performance Hall. www.fwsymphony.org 817/665-6000 Texas Events has been published with the permission of the Texas Department of Transportation. All events are taken in part from the Texas Events Calendar. All dates for events were correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

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