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Weekly News From the Club

Weekly News from the Club

News for the Upcoming Week & Beyond

Live Music in the Antero Room featuring Jazz Music by Anaerobic
Make your Dinner Reservations with the Welcome Desk. 303-693-7788
Music starts at 5pm

Anaerobic is a modern romance jazz project that freely works without boundaries.  From classic torch-style ballads to modern inspiration. 

Everyone is invited to jump to the dance floor and celebrate the night!

2021 Club Championships

August 7th and 8th




You must be a Resident of Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club with a Valid GHIN number to play in this exciting annual event.  

Sign up deadline is August 3rd at 5:00pm.



$40 Entry in Men's Division.

Blue, Gold, White or Green Tees.

Men's Gross Club Champion will be from the Blue Tees.  Net Champion can come from any flight.

Morning Tee Times both days.

36 Holes of Individual Medal Play.



$40 Entry in Women's Division.

Combo or Green Tees.

Women’s Gross Club Champion will be from the Combo Tees. Net Champion can come from any flight.

Morning Tee Times both days.

36 Holes of Individual Medal Play.


Day 1 Tee Times will be based on Handicap Index.  Day 2 Tee Times will be based on Flight and First Round Score.  

HEBGC 20th Anniversary Celebration
August 21st, 2021

More details coming soon!  Stay tuned!

Gift Cards Available in the HEBGC Online Store.  Use the Gift Cards in the Golf Shop and the Eagle's Nest Restaurant!
CLICK HERE to go to the Online Store

If you're on Facebook, you're invited to like and follow the new Facebook page just for residents!  Keep up to date with everything happening at and around the Club today.
CLICK HERE to go to the Page.  Please make sure you are logged into Facebook to Like and Follow and see updates to the Page as they happen.

The Pickleball Club is very busy!  Tournaments, socials and now back by popular demand, we are going to have new HEB Pickleball shirts in many different colors and styles.

On Friday, July 23rd, Saturday, July 24th, and Sunday July 25th, we are holding separate tournaments for each level of play and we are calling them HEB T-Shirt Tournaments.  Members can buy the shirts on those days if they hadn't bought them before at the open house on Thursday, the 22nd.  The winners receive free T-Shirts of their choice.

On August 10th, we will be holding a pool party with live music compliments of our very own Greg Klinkel.

More tournaments and social events will be scheduled throughout the season and we will keep you informed of them as they are scheduled..

We continue to hold classes for those who are interested in improving your Pickleball skills or learn how to play Pickleball.  The Skills & Drills and Three and Me sessions are truly paying off as our players continue to improve their game.  We invite your to come out and watch.  Contact Bev Worford at or Jenny Moss at for more information.

We hope you will join us on the courts!

Texas Hold'em JULY 28

Time is 6pm-9pm on Wednesday, JULY 28.  Come a few minutes early to setup.  Please put this date on your calendar.  Masks are NOT a requirement to enter the Clubhouse.  We are requesting that our participants be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 or wear an appropriate face covering for the protection of our participants.  Looking Forward to enjoying our game again.  Email me or call me with any questions at: 
Barbara Sachetti

Ok Bocce fans, congratulate yourself on making it through to the end of the Spring leagues.  We had a very successful Bocce Bash on Saturday, July 17th at which time we also held registration for the Fall leagues, which start on August 1st.

Congratulations to our Spring league champions who finished 1st in their respective leagues shown below:
Sun Eve Pairs - Larry & Diana Frederick
Mon AM Pairs - Ernie & Martha Classen
Mon Night New Players Pairs - Cathy & Chris Murtha
Tues AM Singles - Larry McLaughlin
Tues Eve Pairs - Peter & Joan Livshin
Wed AM Women - Beverly Winkler
Wed Eve Pairs:  Tie - Dan & Carol Johnson / Jackie Deglee & Steve Jacquin
Thurs AM Men - Dave Chisholm
Thurs Eve - Pairs - Ed & Carol Criss
Thus Eve - Singles - Eileen Vogler

We have scheduled four tournaments for August and September as shown below.
Men's Tournament - August 14th
Women's Tournament - September 4th
Pairs Tournament - September 11th
Mixed Singles Tournament - September 18th

Registration for all tournaments will be at 8:30am on the day of the tournament with the action starting at 9am.  Following the Pairs Tournament on September 11th, there will be a Bocce Appreciation Day (BAD) luncheon.  More details to follow.

Remember, participants should be fully vaccinated for COVID-10 or wear appropriate face covering for the protection of all.

2021 Fall Leagues
August 1st through October 8th

League Days and Times
- Sunday Pairs (Crazy Rules) - 6:00pm
- Monday Pairs - 9:00am
- Monday Mixed Singles - 6:00pm
-Tuesday Mixed Singles - 9:00am
- Tuesday Pairs - 6:00pm
- Wednesday Women's Singles - 9:00am
- Wednesday Pairs - 6:00pm
- Thursday Men's Singles - 9:00am
Casual play is also available on non-league days and times

As always, watch the weekly E-Blast for updates and additional information on future BOCCE events, such as the Bocce Appreciation Bash (BAD.  BE SAFE!  See you on the BOCCE courts!

For questions or concerns, contact Sharon Armstrong at 303-766-1791 or

EB Singles Summertime Fun Luncheon
Wednesday, August 18, 2021
Doors Open at 11:30 am

Tickets on sale beginning Monday, August 2nd at the Welcome Desk.
$24 per person (tax & gratuity included)
Checks payable to EB Singles.  No cash or credit cards.  There will be a cash bar.

Featuring Comedian Stacy Pederson (from Palmer Lake, CO).  Her humor is witty, creative and enjoyable for all!

Residents of HEBGC,
Other electric bike riders in HEBGC are invited to join us!

We meet every Sunday @1pm in front of the HEBGC Clubhouse.  August 8th is the first ride.
The bike ride will follow paved trails and maps will be available.
The route / ride will be a 2 hour duration and will start and finish at the HEBGC Clubhouse.

If you have any questions, please contact Shari at or 480-225-9576


HELP WANTED: We have lost a couple long-time, dedicated volunteers and need volunteers to replace them.  If you are willing to serve the community in this way, please contact Jerry Gossner at 303-680-5946.  We will provide the training and the tools, and the HOA will supply the bulbs.  This will involve on a couple of hours a month.

WHO AND WHAT:  The Lamplighters are resident volunteers who change exterior lights for residents who are unable to change their own.  Specifically, the Lamplighters will change:
  1. Lamp posts and garage lights for Traditions and Village residents.
  2. Only lamp post lights for residents in single family homes.
You can call the Welcome Desk and one of our volunteers will come and replace the bulbs.  Please check that the GFI circuit (normally on an electrical outlet just inside the garage door) has not been tripped before you call about a post light.  On most HEB homes, the GFI circuit provides power to the post light and can only be reset at night when the garage lights are on.

Please contact the Welcome Desk at 303-693-7788 to request bulb replacement.

Do you want to save some money???
If your garage and lamp post lights come on before all of your neighbors' lights and stay on after all your neighbors' lights are off, your photo sensor probably needs to be replaced.  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 $12.  If you need assistance replacing a photo sensor, help is available by calling Jerry Gossner at 303-680-5946.

Wet Weather Woes
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.  If some cases, water may have rusted the bulb socket itself to the point that it needs to be replaced.  This will probably require an electrician.
CLICK HERE to see HOA Notes
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