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The Hazelwood Herald
Happy Fall Ya'll
The HOA is excited to be sending out our newest form of communication to you, our Newsletter, The Hazelwood Herald! We
will be sending the Newsletter out via email as well as posting each issue to our website at www.hazelwoodfarms.org.
The intent of the publication is not only to provide you with information about our neighborhood, but to also have some
fun with it in hopes to provide more community among all of us.
We’d like to have your input on what you’d like to see in future editions. Please email your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tree Trimming 10/17
It’s that time of year again! The lower hanging branches of the trees lining our sidewalks must be trimmed. This will be done
October 17th, early AM (October 24th is the rain date). We are in need of volunteers and equipment for this project. If you are
available or are willing to donate wheelbarrows, branch cutters, etc., please email email@example.com.
In the linked pdf document of this newsletter, is a pumpkin for each home to decorate and hang in a window for walkers to count! If you do not have
access to a printer please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be sure to get you a copy! Let’s see those creative ideas
Trick or Treat?
October 31. 2020 The following is taken directly from the Cranberry Township website. "Cranberry Township will keep tradition and
celebrate Halloween from 6-8 p.m. Saturday, October 31. Residents may choose to participate or not, and families should make the
best decision for their own family. There will be added Police, Fire and EMS personnel on duty to ensure a safe night for residents."
Recipe of the Month
Apple Cider Sangria - for the adults
Yields 6-8 servings Prep time: 10 MIN
1 Granny Smith apple, sliced
1 Honey Crisp apple, sliced
1 Lemon, sliced
1 orange, sliced
2 c. apple cider
1 (12-oz.) can ginger beer
1 (750mL) bottle white wine
Fill large pitcher with sliced fruit, then add apple cider, ginger beer, and white wine.
Stir mixture and pour into serving glass. Enjoy!
*Submit you’re favorite receipes to have them featured in the Newsletter! email@example.com.
Please be aware that school buses have started running again and that means the bus stop is a very busy place. Here are a few tips to
help with traffic congestion and to keep our children safe.
USE ONE SIDE OF THE STREET FOR PARKING:
This will allow for safe passage of other cars and emergency vehicles entering and exiting the plan.
SLOW DOWN AND BE AWARE
Please use extra caution entering and exiting the plan at bus stop times.
TALK WITH YOUR CHILDREN
Review street safety, the importance of using the sidewalk and avoiding the street to get to the bus.
While walking pets, please remember to pick up after them. No one likes to clean up some else’s mess.
Please clean up any trash that has been left after garbage pick up. Let’s keep our neighborhood tidy!
The HOA thanks you in advance for your attention to these items and for making our nieghborhood a safe and
friendly place to be!