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April and May 2009 Dutchland Woods at Home

April and May 2009 Dutchland Woods at Home

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D
utchland Woods POA trustees held their first meet-ing of the new calendar yearSunday, March 15, at 5:30 PMat the White House. Items of interest are as follows: Theplayground has been improvedby excavating beneath theequipment areas and replac-ing the excavation with newmulch. The excavated dirt wasspread behind the new WhiteHouse shed, and will beseeded this spring. The AnnualCleanup Day will be Saturday,April 25th, and the AnnualGarage Sale will be the follow-ing weekend, Friday and Satur-day, May 1 and 2.The big decisions at thefirst meeting after the AnnualAre you interested in learn-ing how to grow and preserveyour own food? Are you inter-ested in contributing healthyfresh vegetables to area foodpantries? Would you like foryour children to learn to eatvegetables? If so, your familymight be interested in partici-pating in the Dutchland WoodsCommunity Garden this year.Please call Dan Remley at755-3278 or e-mail him atRemley.4@osu.edu to sign upfor a plot.Spring is coming soon. Thegarden plots will be locatedbehind the White House as they were last year.Dan Remley
Dutchland Woods Annual HOA Meeting News
SPECIALPOINTS OFINTEREST:
Annual HOAMeeting NewsPage 1
DW CommunityGarden News!Page 1
Garage SaleNews Page 2
Easter Egg HuntPage 3
Mom MakeoverContest Page 4
Mom’s Morning Out Page 5
American Recov-ery Act Page 6
My Listings andSales Page 12
DUTCHLAND WOODS COMMUNITY GARDEN
NEXT ISSUE DUE DATE MAY 15, 2009
Dutchland Woods At Home Because Home Is Where One Starts From 
April and May 2009Dutchland Woods At Home
www.Dutchlandwoodsathome.com
-Meeting were the election of officers, which are as follows:President, Ned Burris; VicePresident, Steve Koebbe;Treasurer, Dave Eck; and Sec-retary, Vicki Kemper and JanRichards serving alternately asco-secretaries. In addition,Ned will maintain the Website,Mike Jantauch will be incharge of the Pool. Jodi Strutzwill be in charge of Social andRecreation, and Brian Churchwill be in charge of WhiteHouse Maintenance and TheDolphins.A new Social and Recrea- tion Committee is already atwork planning activities for thesubdivision. Committee mem-bers include Jodi Strutz, a new trustee; Sharon Pierce, chair-
chairperson; Karen Ste-phenson; and Shaun Brun-ner. Karen Stephenson willalso manage the Dolphinsthis year. Lots of activitiesare being considered andyour ideas would be wel-come, especially since theywill have a $0 budget. Par-ticipants will have to sup-port their own activities.That’s a novel idea! A sum-mer kick-off picnic will beannounced soon.All are welcome to at-tend Board meetings whichare held the third Sundayevery month, 5:30 PM, atthe White House.Graeme George
GCGeorge@RoadRunner.com
MOM MAKEOVER CONTEST! pg 4
 
Garage Sale May 1 & 2
Page 2 Dutchland Woods At Home
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Multi-Level MarketingYou are invited to learn more. Distributors have already earned over $1.4 billion in commissions. We Live in Dutchland Woods and are look-ing for partners who want to improve their health and their wealth in 2009! We are scheduling short business briefings in February to reviewthis business system. Please call or email us to reserve a spot.
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Garage Sale is just around the corner… start goingthrough your closets and grab your items for the bigsale!Community Garage Sale Friday May 1 and SaturdayMay 2.Sign up to be a part of this fun event!For more information contact Sharon Pierce at 759-4160
Would you like balloons on your mailbox to gather attention toyour sale? Would you like maps to show buyers where the salesare? Be a part of this group of homeowners gathering to creategreat events for social events. The new Trustee covering socialevents is Jodi Strutz (254-0301)please contact her or SharonPierce to join the group for one activity or more!
What a great community! Be a part of it!Great ideas are forming into funevents!
 
Easter Egg HuntSunday April 5th2pm
Dutchland Woods At Home
Meet the Schmidts of 6729 Woodland Trace Court
Ken Schmidt
has been a machinist at Loroco Industries in Blue Ash for 26 years.
Linnette Schmidt
is the director of the Mom's Morning Out program at Hopewell First Church of God.
Lindsay Schmidt
, 9, is a third-grader at Woodland Elementary School.
Kenny Schmidt
, 6, is a first-grader at Wyandot Early childhood Center.The family moved to Dutchland Woods in June of 2002, just nine days before my Kenny was born.Some family projects include installing a back yard fence, a back yard stone patio, a hot tub and a pool. The front yard is now landscaped withbricks. One challenging project was moving a shed via truck, chain and logs from another yard to their own.”That was fun to watch,” Linnette said. She calls her husband a “true do it yourselfer” and said he enjoys the work.But, when Tomahawk cheerleading season starts up and her children get involved in their many activities, she said the projects may be scaledback.“We are currently planning a kitchen remodel, which includes knocking down a wall, installing new ceramic tile throughout, and newkitchen cabinetry and countertops,” Linnette said. “We will also be having a deck put in around the pool. My husband will still be able to staybusy with the other projects, which include building a roof on the back of our house for shade over our patio, finishing a fire pit/landscaping pro- ject in the back, building his outdoor kitchen, and finally, beginning the task of finishing our basement. Our advice for neighbors thinking of do-ing similar projects would be to plan the project and decide on a completion date. Get a lot of estimates, ask your friends who they would recom-mend, decide if any of the work can be done yourself, and have a lot of patience.”“We really love living here because of our wonderful neighbors and friends. Everyone is always willing to lend a hand, whether it ishelping you out when you get stuck in the snow, sitting with your sick children while you run to get medicine, planning a neighborhood grill outwhen the power goes out, or sending someone over to help whenever you call on them for any reason. The people around here are just like familyto us. We also appreciate that our location is so convenient to just about everything you need.”When the weather gets warm, you will find this family at the swimming pool, in the company of friends or just hanging out on the patio.“Of course there will also be the usual Kings Island trips, local park adventures and the annual trip up North to Grandpa's horse farm,”she said. “I am mostly looking forward to just relaxing and sharing happy times with friends....times that will hopefully include delicious mealsbeing cooked in our new outdoor kitchen area.”
Fun! Fun!! Fun!!!Egg hunt on the Dutchland Woods WhiteHouse Lawn!Come bring your children and their basketsto gather their eggs! Prizes ! Fun! EasterBunny will be available for pictures, pleasebring your own camera for pictures.For more questions call Sharon Pierce at759-4160
Candy!
HAPPYEASTER
FUN!
This community newsletter is to keep you informed and up to date on whatis going on in the neighborhood and  to provide you with up to the dateinformation on local and national real estate news! Please consider thanking the contributors and sponsors and  calling them when you are in need of  their services!We could use help delivering the newsletter! If you would like to deliver to your street please call me! Several  neighbors have delivered the newsletter for years. Please consider helping! If you have an article idea or would like to place an advertisement, please call me at 513-378-1461 or email me brendaswigert@gmail.com

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