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From the Board - May/June 2017
Posted on May 19th, 2017

My husband, Jim, and I have been married for 10 years. I grew up in Northern Indiana, and I have a bachelor's degree from Purdue University. I'm a certified court reporter for the state of Texas; and for the past 20 years, I have had my own small court reporting business.
 
I've been involved in almost every aspect of the neighborhood through the years, from volunteering for HOA events to serving on various committees. I served as secretary for two years on the HOA board before becoming president this year.
 
As I'm writing this, we are in the midst of severe spring storms that are causing some damage to many homes. You may want to have a roofer inspect your roof if you haven't done so already. If you are needing a new roof, please follow the proper procedure by getting approval through the ACC. You can find the form on our Web site.
 
One of the newest additions to the HOA-sponsored events for Stewart Peninsula is Movie Night. A large blow-up rear-projector screen is set up in the yard by the family pool. The picture is Blu-Ray quality, and the sound is quite awesome. With as many compliments as this event has received, there has been a little negativity recently on the movie selection. It is impossible to pick a movie that applies to all age groups every time, so please join in the fun when a movie is showing that you would like to see.
 
The Board has focused this year on getting volunteers for various committees. We've been successful but still welcome more to get involved. Please contact Texas Star Community to let them know you're interested. Put that criticism to bed and consider donating your ideas and a small amount of your time to make a difference.
 
There have been new volunteers for the Landscape Committee, and the Board is looking forward to working with them as they suggest landscaping improvements throughout the neighborhood. This committee has a big impact on the esthetics of the neighborhood, and more volunteers are always welcome.
 
I would like to express a thank you to all the residents who have offered their time and efforts to make our neighborhood a special place to live. To paraphrase a U.S. President: Ask not what your HOA can do for you, ask what you can do for your HOA.
 
Enjoy life in Stewart Peninsula!
 
Sincerely,
Shelly Owens
HOA President