Farewell to the five hour round of golf because GolfBoard says using one of these can dramatically increase the pace-of-play.
Anyone that lives in South Florida knows that you may be an good driver, but everyday you may have to deal with inexperienced, impatient and even dangerous drivers.
As I make my way through the grocery aisle throwing the same old items into my cart from the same store that I always shop in, I find that the mundane chore of grocery shopping has left me with nothing to get excited about.
The Woodlands doesn’t allow garage sales, however many people skirt around this rule by having an “estate sale.” Sounds so much more classier, doesn’t it?
By: Sharon Aron Baron Leave the cooking at home this year because residents and their guests can dine at the Woodlands Country Club during their annual Thanksgiving Buffet. On Thursday, November 27, 2014 starting at 3:00 p.m. guests can enjoy a choice of Turkey, Roast or Salmon along with all the accompaniments that everyone loves on Thanksgiving […]
Summer is a great time to have your child learn the game of golf now that the Woodlands Country Club will be having a Junior golf “Summer Camp” program.
You don’t have to be an elected leader to make a difference. Take it from me, anyone can make a difference in their community whether it’s volunteering, or being an active member on your homeowner’s association.
At our Annual meeting, Section Six Resident Karen Malkoff passed me a note asking me to remind residents to wear lighter clothing when they exercise at night. I thought that was a great suggestion because I had noticed the same thing as well.
Resident Doug Frens as well as myself have had numerous emails and discussions with Mike Funk, Manager of ClubLink who oversees groundskeeping for the golf course and other areas. We have explained to him, in particular, that the area by the canal on White Oak Lane is Clublink’s responsibility to mow the grass, pull the weeds and trim the border of shrubs as needed.
The City of Tamarac wants to help HOA board members learn how to engage their neighbors and all Woodlands residents including the WHOA and Section Board Members are invited to attend.