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2020 annual dues invoices coming soon in the mail

Beginning this week, be on the lookout for your 2020 annual dues invoice in the U.S. mail from the Eagle Nest Property Owners Association. (Some residents may receive their invoice by email, if the Board has your current address.) We know paying bills isn’t fun, but the good news is that the Board’s continued fiscal management has kept our dues flat for two consecutive years – a value when you compare our amenities to those of surrounding neighborhoods with similar fees.

Please remit your payment to the secure Eagle Nest Clubhouse mailbox, 8075 Teel Way, by 6 p.m. May 1, 2020. (Make checks payable to ENPOA.) If you don’t receive a hardcopy or email dues statement by the end of the month please contact Eagle Nest Secretary/Bookkeeper Chris’e Van Meter at enpoa_sec@att.net.

Thank you in advance for your prompt payment. We appreciate our residents for everything you do to keep our neighborhood a safe and well-maintained community. As always, the Board welcomes your suggestions/comments, be…

Beer Fest moved to January 24; new event Kids Play Fun Day added to 2020 social calendar

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The Eagle Nest Board hopes everyone’s New Year is off to a happy and healthy start. With spring still nine weeks away, we know residents will be looking for ways to break up the winter blahs. We have the answer: Come to the Clubhouse for fun – and free! -- neighborhood events, all designed to bring our residents together and enjoy all the goodness that is Eagle Nest. What’s coming up:

Annual Beer Fest – 7-11 p.m. Friday, January 24 (Date change!): One of our most popular events, residents (21+ only) are invited to bring a growler (or two) of their favorite craft beer (cans and bottles are fine, too) to share and sample. We’ll have tunes, gift card giveaways and great food (Hermanaki wings from Ale Emporium, trail mix, chips. Donations welcome.) Not into beer? Bring wine or soda, whatever. The point is, it’s a chill event to meet cool neighbors -- and you’re not far from home. Bring a guest, join us! Volunteers welcome. Email Board member Alice Miley at alicemiley23@gmail.com. Kids Play …
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Happy New Year to all our wonderful Eagle Nest residents! Whether you're a long-timer or a newcomer, we wish you peace, health, happiness and all the best in 2020. On January 25, help kick off the new decade at our annual Beer Fest at the Clubhouse (21+ only, of course). Donate a filled growler and sample others. The Board will provide snacks and music. Watch the blog for more details coming soon. Can't make it? Bookmark our events link for more neighborhood events in 2020. Questions/want to volunteer? Contact Social Committee Chair Alice Miley at alicemiley23@gmail.com.

-- Submitted by Scott Thien

2019 Holiday Lights Decorating Winners!

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Eagle Nest residents did not disappoint for this year's Holiday Lights Decorating Contest. The winners this year were Tom and Cindy Corbett, 8520 Warbler Way. They won several years ago, but they have added to their display. In second place was Jennifer Pinegar, 7814 Nightingale Ct.0, and third place was the home of Rhonda Heinz, 8015 Bittern Lane. These winners all received gift cards.

Honorable Mention shoutouts go to last year's winners, Michael and Elizabeth Jones, 7901 Tanager Lane; Troy Gabbard, 7935 Tanager Lane; and the houses on Osprey Circle. which had a number of lighted displays. The judges also loved the flamingos at the corner of Tern Court and Teel Way!

Thank you to all the Eagle Nest residents who helped brighten up the season!

Submitted by Alice Miley, Social Committee

Holiday activities coming soon -- Cookies with Santa and Holiday Decorating Contest!

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The holiday season has arrived in Eagle Nest with two wonderful neighborhood traditions. First, our annual Cookies with Santa party will be Sunday, Dec. 15, from 3-4 p.m. in the Clubhouse. In addition to decorating yummy cookies, new activities and fun games led by neighborhood resident  Christique Wellington will join the fun time with the visit from Santa. Don't stand in line at the mall to pay for a picture with Santa; it's much less stressful and free at our own Clubhouse. Grandparents, feel free to bring your special kids, too! Don't miss the fun!

Also, our annual Holiday Decorating Contest in Eagle Nest will be judged on Monday, Dec. 16, so have all your lights and other decorations out by 6 p.m. The top three winners will receive gift cards in appreciation for your efforts. Your holiday lights surely help brighten up the gray days of December and make our neighborhood warmer and inviting.

Submitted by Alice Miley

Eagle Nest blog homepage gets a makeover

You might have noticed something a little different about your favorite neighborhood blog -- a new look! It's been nearly a decade since the web-based version of the Eagle Eye went live, so with the new year coming up we figured it was a good time to freshen things up. 

Don't worry, nothing was removed; all the same information is still there. It's just organized differently. In fact, we added several new links on the right of the homepage to help you stay connected. And we hope to incorporate more neighborhood photos, so feel free to email them to scottthien@comcast.net and we'll try to get them posted.

We hope you like the new look. Keep those page views coming (nearly 130,000 since 2011 -- a huge saving in stamps and paper costs!). As always, the Eagle Nest Board welcomes your comments, concerns and suggestions. Have a great rest holiday season!

The Eagle Nest Board

Eagle Nest Pool open today 4-8 p.m.

Fellow residents,

The Pool will be open today from 4 to 8 p.m. We had planned to be open Tuesday and Thursday, but unfortunately we got rained out. Watch the blog and Facebook for updates about next week!

As previously posted on your favorite neighborhood blog, the Pool is open during regular weekend hours. Click here for more info.

The Eagle Nest Board