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New from the Club Feb. 2
February 2nd 2018 -
News for the Upcoming Week & Beyond

Valentine's Day Dinner & Dance
Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Event Begins at 5:00pm
Dinner Service from 5:30pm- 7:00pm

TICKETS $60 per person (includes entertainment, food, tax and gratuity)
 Tickets on Sale Now at the Welcome Desk.

Don't Miss Out!  Tickets are Going Fast!

Antero Room
Champagne and chocolate covered strawberries
 
Tony David will play from 6:30pm – 9:00pm
 
Salad Bar
Baby greens, pomegranate dressing
Assorted toppings
 
Action Stations:
Shrimp scampi – sautéed to order
Herbed beef tenderloin with demi-glace  - carved
Cherries Jubilee – sautéed cherries flambéed served over ice cream
Mixed grain rice pilaf
Potato and leek au gratin
Seasonal vegetables
Fresh east coast oysters


French Wine Dinner 2018

February 17, 2018


Tickets on Sale Now at the Welcome Desk
303-693-7788
This Event is Sold Out!


Doors Open at 5:00pm
Dinner Starts at 6:00pm


Course I
Charcuterie
Assorted house cured meats and homemade and locally sourced cheeses
Gratien & Meyer Brut

Course II
Soufflé au Formage
Chateau Bonnet White Bordeaux

Course III
Sole a la dieppoise
Chateau de Campuget Costieres de Nimes

Course IV
Chefs amuse bouche

Course V
Boeuf bourguignon
Valentin Haut Medoc

Course VI
Black Cherry Clafoutis
Nicolas Sauternes

Dance With the DJ

Tuesday, February 20, 2018
7:00-9:00pm, Antero Room, Doors Open at 6:30pm

Tickets $10 per person
Tickets On Sale Now at the Welcome Desk

Please join us for dinner in the Eagle's Nest prior to the dance!  Make your dinner reservations with the Welcome Desk.  303-693-7788

 



 

 



Annual meeting and membership drive, Monday Feb 5th 2018 at 6:00 PM
(Refreshments served) in the Billiard room.

 
Let’s play pool.  Whether you are an accomplished player or a novice, the emphasis is on comradery and having fun.
 
The women’s club plays on Tuesday afternoon from 1-3 PM.
The men play on Mondays from

6-9 PM and Thursday from 2-5 PM
 
The dues are $10 per year.
Let’s have some fun and improve your game.  See you there!


AARP Driver Safety Class.  9am-1pm.  February 8th.
Please Register with Welcome Desk.  Thank you.


Passport to the Arts

Bus Tours:  Several new bus tours have been scheduled for the folks at HEBGC and they are fun and interesting if you're new to the area or have lived here a long time. 
Checks made out to Valerie Ness
COMPASS TOUR:  16 Feb. $30.00; tour Southeast Denver and learn interesting stories, about hidden corners, and rare gems.
TRIVIA TOUR: 9 Mar. $30.00; What do you know about house styles, Immigrant groups, popular history:  You will be tested....
STANLEY AVIATION MARKETPLACE: 3 Apr. $25.00;What used to make jet engines is now a chic marketplace for foods, gifts, exploring.
RED ROCKS 23 May,  History and Music.... Think "Stairway to Heaven"
LOVELAND ARTS:  28 June, Loveland has an active sculpture / arts community well worth exploring - some walking
PEAK TO PEAK HIGHWAY: 20 July; Estes Park to Central City - Explore a Scenic Masterpiece
Theater:  Checks made out to DCPA
Tommy - The Who, Sunday 6 May, 1:30PM
Book of Mormon, Sat. 16 June, 2PM                                                                                             
Les Miserables, 4 Aug, 2PM
On your Feet; 18 Aug (Gloria Estefan music)

The above events are listed by month is the Cultural Book in the HEB Library.  Please sign up, leave a check in the designated envelope, and you will be contacted with additional information.




Winter classes are hardly underway but CAL is thinking Spring! The CAL spring Kickoff will be held Saturday MORNING, Feb. 24 at 10 am in the Antero room of the HEBGC clubhouse. Why not have breakfast at the Eagles Nest? Facilitators will present ten courses for Spring. Registration begins at noon after the Kickoff and courses begin the week of March 26.

Lamp Lighter service is just a phone call away.

There are 13 volunteer residents known as Lamp Lighters who will replace lamp post light bulbs for all residences as well as exterior garage light bulbs for duplexes and town homes. There is no cost for the service and the HOA supplies the bulbs. Please contact the Welcome Desk at 303-693-7788 to request bulb replacement.

Do you want to save some money???

Replace your photo sensor. If your garage and lamp post lights come on before all your neighbors' lights and stay on after all your neighbors' lights are off, your photo sensor probably needs to be replaced. If your lights are on an extra 4 hours a day it is costing you approximately $25 additional per year. Similarly, if none of your lights work after checking the bulbs and circuit breakers, your photo sensor probably needs to be replaced. These are available at the local hardware stores for about $10. If you need assistance replacing a photo sensor, help is available through Friends of HEB by calling 303-680-5946 or 303-681-0880.

Wet Weather Woes

The recent wet weather has resulted in many additional calls for light bulb replacement. Our post lights weren’t designed for wet, windy weather. Water gets inside and either causes the bulb to fail or trips the GFI circuit in the garage. If you have replaced the bulb in the lamp post and it still doesn’t work, it’s likely the GFI circuit needs to be reset. Remember this can only be done at night after the garage lights have come on.
If you have any questions about Lamplighters or your lights, please contact Jerry Gossner at 303-680-5946.

SAVE THE DATE 

9 HEALTHFAIR 
HERITAGE EAGLE BEND GOLF CLUB

SATURDAY, MAY 5, 2018 
7AM – 12PM

BLOOD PRESSURE, VISION/EYE HEALTH, HT/WT, SKIN SCREENING

LUNG FUNCTION, PROSTATE/BREAST EXAM, SPINAL SCREENING

NUTRITION, HEARING, ORAL HEALTH
LOW COST BLOOD SCREENING

Medical Coordinators: Carolyn North (720) 870-8989 
& Phyllis Matthews (303) 761-7812

Non-Medical Coordinators: Sharon Anderson (303) 284-2816

& Barbara Sachetti (303) 917-4379
 



Reminder – Please remove all Holiday Décor from the outside of your homes including all decorative lighting.  Thank you!


Renting Your Home?

There are many rules and regulations to follow including following the Age Restriction at all times.  Please contact Diane Langley or Wendy Stofa in the HOA Admin Office before considering this so we can make sure we have everything we need and all parties understand this process.  You as the owner are responsible for everything that occurs in the home so you want to be informed.  Thank you!

THINKING OF HAVING A FAMILY MEMBER MOVE IN? 

Before you make this decision, have you thought everything out?  Do they have additional vehicles that you don’t have room for?  Are you gone from your home on vacations etc. and would be leaving them unattended?  Do they have pets that might be an issue?  Will having them in your home be a violation of the Age Restriction?  Many times they aren’t aware of the rules that we follow here and this becomes an issue for everyone.  Just some things to consider.  Thank you!


 New Homeowners and Residents who have moved from one home to another in HEBGC be sure to contact Diane Langley, Assistant Community Manager, at 720-235-1826 to setup your required New Homeowner Orientation.  This is required for our Age Restriction and is a great way for you to learn about your community.

Logging On to the Website

Much information is found on the Resident-Only side of the Website.  If you are re-financing or selling, it will be required of your to obtain the HEBGC Community Financials & Guidelines that are on the Resident Side.  If you are new to the community, there is a great deal of information there that will be helpful to you.  Don't Wait!  Get logged on today!
Email Jeff Lambert with a username and password (case sensitive) at
jlambert@heritageeaglebend.com or call him at 720-235-1857,
If you are submitting E-Blast articles, please email them directly to Jeff Lambert.  If you have photos or a video link you want included, please send that along to him in the email (5 photos max.)