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President's Corner

Happy New Year To You
Happy New Year to you!
May every great new day
Bring you sweet surprises–
A happiness buffet.

Happy New Year to you,
And when the new year’s done,
May the next year be even better,
Full of pleasure, joy and fun.
-Anonymous

In Windsor Hills, some of the things the new year brings us are a new pool deck, Wii bowling and a few new community members. Everyone will have an opportunity to get involved by volunteering or attending many of the planned activities as  noted in our newsletters.

Many of you received a 2018 coupon book from LEAD to pay your dues. Unfortunately, Omaha Mutual will not share with the HOA or LEAD how you pay your dues so many of you got the coupons even though you pay electronically. LEAD keeps a list of homeowners who they know pay electronically and they didn’t send them coupon books. If you pay electronically and do not wish to get the coupons in future years, please email or call Sonia at accounting@lead-inc.com or call her at 281.954.9780.

Benjamin Franklin said about a new year: “Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors, and let every new year find you a better man” (i.e. person). Please take time to read the article titled, “Zero Lot Line Homes” as most of our homes come under this definition.

This past year I’ve highlighted many of our dedicated volunteers in this newsletter. This month I am highlighting all of the “to be” volunteers. Thank you “to be” volunteer for stepping up. Way to go! Volunteering is a great way to get to know people and to give back to the community. Besides serving on committees or helping out at the Clubhouse, we will have four board positions that will come up for a vote in March. Information on running for one of these positions will come to you in the mail in the next few weeks. I am completing my 4th year on the board. The gratification I have received from working with such awesome people clearly outweighs the hours I’ve donated, given the challenges I’ve had to confront. Thank you old and “to be” volunteers. This is what makes our community a great place to live and where life is good.