Weekly News from the Club

Weekly News from the Club

News for the Upcoming Week & Beyond


The Nacho Men Return in 2018!
June 23 at 7pm
Doors Open at 6:30pm

Tickets $25 per person
On Sale Now at the Welcome Desk
Don't Miss Out!  This Event will Sell Out!

Make Dinner Reservations for Before the Show


Join us for our annual 4th of July Celebration!
Tickets are $25 per person!
4:00pm - Cash Bar Opens
4:30pm - Golf Cart Parade
4:30pm - Buffet Opens
6:00-9pm - Tony David & WildeFire


Dance Night with Ralph Nichols
July 10, 2018

Ralph Nichols - Former lead singer of the Lettermen and the Sandpipers, with over 3000 professional appearances under his experience. He has performed before Popes, Royalty, reknown artists, and has done private appearances for such notables as Frank and Nancy Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Ronald Reagan, John Elway, Merv Griffin, John Davidson, Danny Thomas, Shirley Bassey ...to mention a few.

Doors open at 6:30pm
Tickets $15 on Sale Monday, June 25th at 8:00am at the Welcome Desk

Make Your Dinner Reservations for before the Dance!



Wine Tasting Event

Friday, July 13th, 5pm-8pm

Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club is excited to present an exclusive Wine Tasting Event to you!  Join fellow enthusiasts for five different wines and light appetizers.  

Space is limited to 32 Guests! 
Tickets are $45 per person (all inclusive)
Get your tickets at the Welcome Desk before they're gone!  303-693-7788.
Keep an eye out for announcements about future Wine Tasting events!  


Men's Resident-Guest Golf Tournament
July 19-21, 2018

The staff at Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club would like to invite you to this signature event!

The Golden Eagle Classic is the premier golf tournament at HEBGC.
We expect a full field of 72 teams for this event so sign up early.  Registration deadline is July 10, 2018.  
Registration forms are in the Golf Shop!
Please call the Golf Shop at 303-400-6700 if you have any questions.

New West Entry Vehicle Access Process
This Is In Effect Now
Dear Residents of Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club,
          The West entry of the community has undergone a few changes.  This letter is to assist our community in understanding the changes that were made and the reasoning behind them.
          As most of you know the City of Aurora is currently in the process of designing and engineering a stoplight at the Gartrell and East Heritage Parkway intersection.  This stoplight will help ensure the safety of our residents and guests as they cross over Gartrell to either side of the community.  However, this stoplight will also create longer lines of cars trying to enter the West side of the community for Clubhouse access.  To mitigate any backing up of vehicles onto Gartrell road while they wait for the gate to open, a new “Free Access” loop has been installed at the West Entry. 
          The Free Access loop will work as described here:
As a vehicle enters the West entry area to access the Clubhouse they will pass over a vehicle detection loop that will automatically open the gate.  This loop is located closer to Gartrell road and no transponder, key card or access code will be required to open the gate.  The free access loop will run on a timer that will automatically disengage at a predetermined time circumstantial to the Golf Club hours of operation.  Once disengaged the gate will once again require a transponder, key card or access code to be opened.
We here at Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club would like to thank you for your patience and understanding during these renovations.  If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact General Manager Gene Blum on his office phone at (720) 235-1821 or through his email address Gblum@heritageeaglebend.com

Upcoming Golf Tournaments at HEBGC

June 22 - American Association of Drilling Engineers(AADE)
June 25 - Aurora Rotary
June 29 - Community Associations Institute (CAI)

Dear HEB Baseball and Rockies Fans,
I am happy to share the 2018 Colorado Rockies' Seniors Day schedule

Our group ticket price this season will be an incredible $11! There will be a $2 charge per order for processing and handling in 2018.

**ALL Seniors Day start times again this season will be 1:10 p.m.**

Our 18 Rockies' Senior Day schedule:
Sunday, June 24 Marlins, 1:10
Thursday, July 12 D-backs, 1:10
Sunday, July 15 Mariners, 1:10
Wednesday, Aug 8 Pirates, 1:10
Thursday,  Aug 23 Padres, 1:10
Monday, Sept 3 Giants, 1:10
Sunday, Sept 9 Dodgers, 1:10
Thursday, Sept 13 D-backs, 1:10
Thursday, Sept 27 Phillies, 1:10
Sunday, Sept 30 Nationals, 1:10
Tickets in Sections 144-147, $11 each--on 3B side
Feel free to share this information with other baseball/Rockies fans and let me hear from you **by phone, text or email** with game selections, questions or suggestions.
Consider purchasing Rockies tickets for your friends, children, grandkids or, hey, for yourself! What a great bargain for 2018 family fun!
Ed McKee 
Note: For just $4.50 round trip (senior fare), you can take RTD 'light rail' from Lincoln Station (in Parker/Lone Tree) to Union Station, just a short walk from Coors Field. Consider it...RTD is an excellent option!


AARP Smart Driver Course

Saturday, July 28, 2018

9am – 1pm

Sign-up at the Welcome Desk

Passport to the Arts / Cultural Events
Theater:  Checks made out to DCPA
Les Miserables, 4 Aug, 2PM
On your Feet; 18 Aug (Gloria Estefan music)
NEXT SEASON: Beautiful, Dear Evan Hansen, Xanadu, A Bronx Tale, Rock of Ages, Hello Dolly, CATS, Wicked, Fiddler on the Roof, and much much more.
Sign-ups and checks made out to DCPA in the Cultural Book in the Clubhouse Library. I have to purchase these tickets well in advance to get these prices, so PLEASE sign up early!! Tickets MUST be ordered MONTHS in advance to get the Senior / Group rates, so please sign up and leave a check NOW!
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
PEAK TO PEAK HIGHWAY: 20 July; Estes Park to Central City - Explore a Scenic Masterpiece
2 Day Tour of FRONT RANGE WINERIES, Sept 20 -21, Cost approx. $500 to cover bus, guide, hotels.
The PACE Center in Parker is having an exciting summer!  The Pace Center notebook in the library has everything for the summer listed and when the new season is announced on June 26, we will have that information, also.  
There are shows, free concerts, senior enrichment classes and MORE!  Check it out in the pink notebook in the library!!  
For more information and tickets, please call 303-805-6800 or visit the website at parkerarts.org.  


Blood Drive
As a reminder, here is an excerpt from the May 2018 HEBGC NEWS regarding our canceled June 22 drive; please do not show up on Friday:-)
".....here is what we can do to make up for the loss of donations from our canceled HEBGC Community blood drive. For all our donors who are able, we are fortunate to have a whole week of opportunity to donate blood at either the Parker, Highlands Ranch or Lowry Blood Centers because there are 9 weeks between June 22 and our next drive on August 24.  Rather than walking in (you might have to wait), Bonfils recommends that our donors visit bonfils.org or call 303-363-2300 to schedule an appointment to donate either on June 23, 24, 25, 26 (not 27 in Parker; they are closed), 28 or 29; you will then be eligible to donate again at our August 24 drive. The Parker Blood Center is open daily from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm (except Wednesdays). Please tell the Bonfils' registration technician that you are donating for HEBGC; we will then receive annual credit for your blood donation which will help us meet our Bonfils' donation goal."  

Please do not forget to mark your calendars for our August 24, October 19 and December 14 blood drives.  Please call Clint at 303-501-7444 or June at 303-549-9739 if there are any questions.  Many thanks! 
Clint and June

Please be aware as so many Architectural Submittals are coming in now, the Architectural Advisory Committee has 45 days to review your submittal.  If your submittal is complete and easy to read and understand, the committee generally approves within 1-2 weeks.   The submittals are sent electronically to the committee members so providing the proper and clear information allows for them to approve quickly.   Items that assist include completed AAC Submittal forms,  pictures, vendor you are using, samples of color or materials, plot plan, neighbor signatures etc.
We have had residents coming in who have already found someone to do work before they have submitted.  As the submittals come in and are handled in order, please be aware to get your approval before trying to being a project. 
Thank you as we begin this busy summer season!


Looking for a fun volunteer opportunity? Parker Adventist Hospital gift shop is in need of volunteers to help as cashiers, assist with gift recommendations, and provide an ear for those coming into the shop as respite from a visit with loved ones. Our shop serves patients, visitors and associates by providing high quality items and a unique shopping experience. A portion of every sale supports our Healing Arts Program which provides art and therapeutic music and massage to patients. Contact Lois at 303-269-4907 if you’re interested in learning more!

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.

How’s Your GFI? - What??

Most homes in HEB are equipped with a GFI (Ground Fault Interrupter) circuit which protects our post lights (and, for a few homes, post and garage lights) from ground faults. The GFI receptacle is usually just inside the garage door on the same side as the photo sensor. If moisture gets inside the circuit, it can trip the GFI circuit. 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.

Reminder, if you are selling your house, have your realtor call
the Admin Building to find out rules for signs etc.  We only allow
the small metal signs (not the large wooden signs with the arm).  They need to
be placed parallel to the house and up by the house (not down by the street).  Thank you
for following the rules for realtor signs. 

Golf Carts can only be driven by someone with a current Driver’s License.  That means
children should not be driving golf carts.  Every year, we have reports that residents have children
on their lap driving the golf carts or let them drive themselves.  Please keep everyone in the
community safe this year!  Thank you!

It’s RV time!  Remember the rules please.  48 hours only in front of your home.  An additional 48 hours with permit from Welcome Desk can be obtained for parking in the RV section of the clubhouse parking lot.   Your neighbors will appreciate if you follow these rules.  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!


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 Member-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 Member 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.)