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Summer Bash 2011!

The annual Summer Bash is
Friday, July 22nd, from 6 to 10 PM at the West Harbour Pool.

Everyone in West Harbour is invited!

Children under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult! Bring a dish to share and come on down and join the fun! We will provide hot dogs from the grill, pop, ice, condiments, plates, and silverware.

** Two lifeguards on duty – swimming until 9:30!
** Bounce house from Aardvark party supply (activity will be supervised all 4 hours)
** Jason Fritz with ProSound Entertainment will once again be our DJ!
** Door prizes donated by some generous local businesses – If you own your own business and would like to donate something, please contact Joanna Post at 776-7033 as soon as possible!

We need some volunteers to help set up and clean up! If you would like to volunteer, or if you have questions, please call Joanna Post at 776-7033.

Hope to see you there!!

West Harbour Summer Bash 2010!

Come join us for the West Harbour Summer Bash on Friday, July 30, from 6 to 10 PM. The Bash is the yearly neighborhood party at the pool.  We will have a pitch-in dinner so bring your favorite snack, side dish, salad, or dessert to share with everyone.  Hot dogs, buns, condiments, and non-alcoholic drinks will be provided.  There will be swimming (lifeguards present),  a DJ, and a bounce-house for the kids.  We will be giving away door prizes that include gift cards from local businesses.  Please bring your own chairs as seating is limited at the pool.  Come and meet your neighbors and have a fun evening of swimming, dance, and music.  Hope to see everyone there!

New WHPOA Board Needed!

Although it seems that we are the deep of winter, we are nearing the end of February and before we know it spring will be here with all the great activities that we have here in West Harbour. Easter egg hunt, Spring garage sales, and the ever so popular Spring clean-up 🙂 .

In order for these activities and to continue to have a well functioning owners association it is imperative that we find some people that are willing to run for the currently open board positions. As we mentioned previously all the board positions are open. Some of us simply are busy with other things and would like to let other members have a turn at running the association and others, like me, are simply in the process of relocating. The sum of it is that if there are no members that are willing to take over these activities they may not happen and even more critical the pool opening and operation may be very difficult to accomplish.

So please let us put our heads together and make sure that we can recruit some of our members to take over the board positions. The health and operation of our community is at risk. Is that not important for everybody?

Please help us find our next WHPOA board members! Also, do not forget to look at the calendar and participate in our upcoming board meetings.

Tween Party

Last Friday July 24th was the Tween party. The feedback and comments about the party were very positive and we would like to tank Deb and Brad Halbert for a well organized party. I also hope that all the “Tweens” that were at the party had a great time. Thanks also to Scott and Sarah for life guarding during the party. I have asked if anyone has any pictures of the event so we could post it on the website. Please let us know if there are any pictures that can be shared.

We have a guest post about the party from Apple Gray and Jonatan Langer.

The Tween party was quite different this year. Some games were played and unfortunately not so many kids had shown up. The pool was warm and fun and kids made their own games while in the pool. The food was delicious and was not much was left. Scott and Sarah were on duty during the party. Lucky no one got hurt during the process of the party. In the end all the kids played a fun game of Simon says. Before they all left the kids got to pick 2 prizes to go home with them so none of them left empty handed. In finally conclusion, the party was a success even though it needed more kids. Hopefully we see more happy faces next time.