1. Be friendly 2. Learn your neighbors’ names 3. Hang out in your front yard 4. Take walks around the neighborhood 5. Welcome new people to the neighborhood 6. Initiate get-togethers 7. Pitch in to help each other
During the “frozen tundra” power outages that our neighborhood experienced recently, neighbors unselfishly offered their help or services to those in need.
Via the Crystal Knoll Facebook page, we witnessed some incredible human empathy and efforts to help each other. Some gave free firewood to a family with a newborn, to heat the formula. Some gave advice and materials to prevent busted pipes. Others offered milk, information, generators, firewood, dog food, a helping hand – and even alcohol. This is just a small sampling of how we came together to help each other.
Perhaps going forward, we could all benefit and grow as a community, in the same friendly spirit that we experienced during the power outages.
We’ll be posting regular neighborly tips on this website, newsletters and social media sites for Crystal Knoll Terrace.
Upcoming events & suggestions:
Keep your eyes peeled for some exciting new community events & gatherings! We’d love to hear your ideas and suggestions. Interested in a BBQ cookoff? Neighborhood meet and greet? Let us know!
The 2021 Annual Members Meeting was held on August 22, 2021 at 3pm at the Georgetown Public Library. The minutes for this meeting can be found here.
Call to order
Treasurer’s Report – P&L Statement – Bank Account Balance
Status of the mowing
Review of general Bylaws and CCR’s – Summary of changes needed to comply with the 2021 Legislative Updates
Notice of interest to be applied to delinquent HOA Assessment Fees
Creation of committees – Playground – Architectural
Open Floor (To stay within the allotted time for this meeting and to ensure that those who choose to have an opportunity to ask questions, we ask that you not exceed a maximum of 3 questions per person.)