Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Get ready for Christmas decoration contest

Building on last year's successful contest, Broadmoor will award cash prizes for outstanding Christmas decorations again this year.

First Place - $75
Second Place - $50
Third Place - $25

Winners will be selected the third week of December.

Neighborhood Watch

Nosy neighbors are the key to keeping a safe neighborhood. Our neighborhood watch program, headed up by board member Steve Sullivan, is an effort to encourage neighbors to watch out for each other. We also use it to communicate in person, by e-mail, and by telephone. To get on the list, please contact Steve at stevesullivan77@yahoo.com or 944-9297.

Get out your Broadmoor Directory and call the folks around you. Please get to know them.

If you see absolutely anything suspicious, call 911.

See the LRPD's "Secure to be Sure" tips here:
Brochure

Grant adds playground equipment for youngsters

The City of Little Rock recently awarded Broadmoor a matching grant to buy playground equipment for the "little kids" area of Broadmoor Park. We have purchased a nice play set and mulch for the fenced in area near the picnic tables. Volunteers will assemble the set soon. To help, e-mail edwardswaim@yahoo.com.

University District Partnership Town Hall Meeting December 1

The University District Partnership will host a year-end Town Hall meeting to discuss developments and findings throughout the year.

The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 1, in the Legends Room of the Jack Stephens Center. Parking will be available in Lot 13.

The purpose of the meeting is to review the status of University District Partnership initiatives and related activities and get community input on actions for 2009. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Please contact Shawna Edwards at 501.683.7356 to reserve a space for the meeting.

Monday, November 24, 2008

What can YOU do for Broadmoor?

When there is bad news, people are often at a loss for something positive to do for their neighborhood. Living in Broadmoor is much more than a monthly house payment, you have to be involved. Here are some opportunities:

1. Go next door and meet your neighbors. Stay in touch with them. The Little Rock Police Department time and time again tells us at meetings that watching out for each other is the key to crime prevention.

2. Participate in the neighborhood watch. E-mail me at the address below, and I'll get you involved.

3. Attend monthly Broadmoor meetings at 7 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month. We meet at the clubhouse.

4. Show up for volunteer activities. We have plenty. Pool and park work days are some examples.

5. Participate in UALR's University District effort. See the links on our Web page.

6. Do you part to keep the neighborhood clean and nice.

Edward Swaim
BPOA president
edwardswaim@yahoo.com

Thursday, November 6, 2008

Fw: Agenda for the November meeting

Broadmoor Property Owners Association/
Broadmoor Recreational Improvement District
Board of Directors
Thursday, November 6, 2008

Note: At our December 4, 2008, meeting, we will discuss ideas and plans
for 2009.

I. Introductions

II. October minutes

III. Treasurer's report

IV. Pool report

V. Neighborhood Watch report

VI. Clubhouse, Park, Lake, and Dam Committee report
1. Security patrol report
2. Dam clearing
3. Playground equipment purchasing
4. Other issues

VII. Quality of Life Committee report
1. Christmas decoration contest
2. University District report
3. Welcoming new neighbors
4. Other issues

VIII. New, old, other business and announcements

IX. Adjourn