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Neighborhood Update
Posted on Mar 27th, 2020

POOLS – The pools will be closed until the stay is lifted.
 
LANDSCAPING – Landscapers are considered an essential business.   Home Depot and other stores are open if you need plants or supplies.   If you are unable to do your own landscaping, we have volunteers willing to help.  The HOA will be working with homeowners on violations and will have a 30-day grace period.  
 
GOLF COURSE – The golf course is currently closed.  We will keep you posted on when it reopens.
 
SOCIAL ISOLATION – To help combat social isolation, starting tomorrow night, Friday, March 27, at 7 p.m., everyone is invited to go out on their porches with their family and favorite beverages/snacks.   Please remain in your own yards and keep the recommended distance of 6-10 feet.   (This may be difficult with children.)  
 
Some neighbors are organizing social distance block parties.   This is a great way to combat the isolation.    Check out SP Neighbors Facebook page for updates. www.facebook.com/groups/SPNeighbors.  
 
We live in a beautiful area to walk and admire nature.   Everyone is encouraged to get out and walk or jog.   Be mindful of your neighbors and keep a safe distance from others.   
 
Obviously if you’re sick, please stay indoors. 
 
FOOD DRIVE TO BENEFIT NTX FOOD PANTRY
Date:   Sunday, March 29 – 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.   Items may be dropped off at 6308 Stewart Boulevard.   Just place in vehicle provided or on sidewalk.
 
ITEMS MOST NEEDED:
Small soup – 10 oz.
Spaghetti
Canned pasta
Canned vegetables
Ramen noodles
Other nonperishable foods
Toilet paper, paper towels, wipes
They also need grocery bags for distribution.
(Note:  Please check expiration dates before donating.)
 
You can also drop off items at 5201 South Colony Blvd, Suite 650
Hours:
Monday: 9 AM - 12 PM
Wednesday: 9 AM - 12 PM
Thursday: 4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Donation Drop-Off Only:  First and Third Saturdays from 10 AM - 12 PM
 
HELPING OUR NEIGHBORS
If you are in need of assistance, let us know.   We have volunteers ready to help with shopping, yard work, or other needs.   Ran out of toilet paper or other high-demand items?   Someone has extra.    Just email Therese at casterlinereporting@gmail.com.   All inquiries will be kept confidential.
 
VOLUNTEERS:   These individuals have volunteered to help.
Jon Jacobs - Any neighbors that are sick or in a 14-day quarantine, I am healthy and able to deliver groceries, mow a lawn or whatever is needed.   H 972-624-8655  C 214-491-7545  jonjacobs33@yahoo.com
 
Luke Majewski - If you need help with anything feel free to email me at allaspectslocal@gmail.com. If you need help getting any supplies, I will be happy to run those errands for free.  
Cooking: If you crave a home-cooked meal, I will get the ingredients and cook for your household.
-Yardwork: If you need yardwork or have service interruptions during this time.
-Handyman: I am happy to help with small or minor projects.
 
WANT TO VOLUNTEER?   Send your name, contact info and services you can provide to casterlinereporting@gmail.com.
 
HELPING OUR COMMUNITY
 
This is a link for other ways to help in The Colony:  https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/sh/BNRUQMJ.   Cash donations are welcome.
 
KIDS’ MEALS:   Free meals for kids are available at Peter’s Colony Elementary, 5101 Nash Drive, The Colony.   Breakfast 7:30-8:30 and lunch 11:00-12:30 in front of the school.
 
To help provide meals for kids:   Lovepacs – 5541 Norris Drive, The Colony.  
Needed items:
Fruit (variety of pop-top 15 oz cans)
Apple Sauce (6-pack cups)
Vegetables (variety of 15 oz pop-top cans)
Boxed Cereal (10-16 servings)
Ramen Noodles
Easy Macaroni (packets/ bowls)
Canned Pasta (15oz cans of ravioli, spaghetti, etc)
Campbell’s type soup (18.8 oz cans; any variety)
Chicken/Tuna (5 oz. cans)
Peanut Butter (16 – 18 oz jar)
Jelly (20 – 20 oz. plastic jar/bottle)
Granola Bars (10 -12 count box)
Instant Oatmeal (10 count box)
Pretzels (15 oz bag)
Microwave popcorn
Animal Crackers (1 lb. bag)
Cheese-Itz
 
DONATE BLOOD – Carter Bloodcare, 4350 Main St #105, Frisco, TX 75033, (214) 217-5690.   It is best to make an appointment ahead of time.   A request is in the works to bring a donation bus to SP.   We will keep you posted.
 
ANIMAL SHELTER - 4720 E Lake Highlands Dr, The Colony, TX 75056  (972) 370-9250.  
Items needed:
Non-Clumping Cat Litter
Canned Cat Food
Canned Puppy Food
Dry Purina One Dog Food
Dry Purina One Puppy Food
Dry Purina One Cat Food
Bleach
Pine-Sol
Liquid Laundry Detergent
Heavy Duty Trash Bags (50gal)
Rawhides & Bones
Dog & Cat Toys
Fleece Blankets
 
Stay safe, Neighbors.   We’re all in this together and we’ll make it through with each other’s help and support!!
Therese Casterline Kiernan
casterlinereporting@gmail.com
214-929-7425