The Easter Egg Hunt was a huge success!

by Todd Farmer on April 19, 2014

This morning, 50 children and their families met at the commons park for a super-fun Easter Egg Hunt!  It was the first one we’ve had in years, and by all accounts, it was a wild success!

I took a few pictures and videos of the event to share with you all.  (I know many others were taking pictures, so if you were one of those photographers and would like to share those photos, I’d be happy to update our site with them.)

Thanks to Liz, Mark Paul and Johnny Vallespir, and Evan and Kendal Farmer for all the hard work in organizing, preparing and “marketing” this event.  (This was Kendal’s first role as “Marketing Director” for an event, and I’d say that 9 year old girl did a pretty great job!)

Happy Easter everyone!

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Easter Egg Hunt in the Commons! (You’re invited)

by Todd Farmer on April 8, 2014

Easter-egg-hunt-pThis is so exciting!

We’re holding an Association-Wide Easter Egg Huntour first in several years!

In fact, I received an email from Pat Stringer about the first ever LCA Easter Egg Hunt held in 1972 that Pat coordinated with Edie Pegrum.  I’m sure there’s been several since then, but it is really cool to know about the first one that ever took place!  (Thanks for the note, Pat!)

So, on to our exciting event…

When: Saturday, April 19th at 10:30 AM.
Where:  Meet at the Parking Lot on Taft

Thanks to Liz Vallespir for coordinating and taking the time to get the eggs and candy.  Further thanks to Kendal Farmer (my 9 year old daughter) and Mark Paul Vallespir (Liz’s 10 year old son) for helping Liz stuff all the eggs with the candy!

Kendal has offered to be the “Marketing Director” for this event, as she has lots of experience with marketing in her elementary school’s credit union.  (She said “Dad, I’m really good at Marketing, and making flyers and signs”.  So, if there are any flyers or signs, you know the source.)

So far, it looks like we have about 10 kids attending.  But, with Kendal’s amazing marketing skills, that number may inflate substantially.  ;)

I’ll bring coffee and hot cocoa.  Bring your coffee cups, please!

There will be tons of Easter Eggs filled with candy and a few special Easter Eggs with a dollar bill in them.  Plus:  One Major Prize of $10 will be hidden in one of the Easter Eggs.

If you want to help with anything, please call me at your convenience.  734-620-7566

And, if you haven’t already told me, please let me know the number of children and their ages that will be joining us.  I want to be sure we have enough candy and eggs!

See you all on Saturday morning!

 

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Thanks for paying your dues! (Did you?)

April 7, 2014

The Lexington Commons Board sends its thanks to all homeowners who have paid their 2014 Association fee. Out of the 161 Houses in our Association,  120 have paid their fees prior to the due date of April 1! Thank you! -Sue Gentz Treasurer

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Dues are due – Will you please send your payment now?

March 18, 2014

Ah yes, it’s that time of the year…  Time to send in our annual dues! I know:  it’s the most wonderful time of the year, right?  ;) Invoices were sent recently and your payment is due April 1, 2014. …but you don’t need an invoice to pay your dues!  So, if you misplace the notice, […]

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Subdivision and Condo Garage Sale!

June 1, 2013

Once AGAIN!  It’s time to clear out the clutter, and make some money in the process. Yep, Spring Garage Sale Season is here again, so if you want to clear out your clutter and make some money — then now is the time to plan for our “Lexington Commons Association Neighborhood-Wide Garage Sale“. There is […]

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Annual Invoices – Download and Pay

March 13, 2013

Each year, we mail invoices to all of the Lexington Commons Association Members. The fees are, as you know, minimal. Houses pay $120 Condos pay $60 When we mail the invoices for Condo Owners, we send it directly to the respective Condominium Association. (The Condo Associations have decided to roll this Lexington Commons Association annual […]

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Annual Meeting – Thursday November 15th 2012

September 25, 2012

Well, it’s that time of year again.  Can you believe it? We’ve just confirmed the room reservation at Cooke School for our Annual Meeting. Day / Time:  Thursday, November 15th 7:00 p.m This is anticipated to be a “business as usual” meeting, with friendly faces from the neighborhood, discussing this year’s progress (and the work […]

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Entryway Coordinator Needed

April 16, 2012

We have some amazing neighbors who volunteer their time and efforts for us. Today’s topic:  Entryway beautification Coordinator. For the last several years, Janice Syverson has coordinated the flowers and maintenance of the entryways (both East and West) on Taft, at the roundabout.  (Thank you, Janice!) This year, we need a new coordinator. We have […]

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Director’s Corner – April 16 2012

April 16, 2012

Just a couple of notes, reminders and updates from your friendly neighborhood Board of Directors. Lexington Commons Homeowners Unlike the two condo associations, the houses do not have a separate association or dues structure to cover expenses unrelated to commons areas shared with the condos. As such, we really need to rely on volunteers to […]

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Great Annual Meeting!

December 9, 2011

On November 30th, we held our Annual Meeting, and in short:  It was great. …and pretty quick! This meeting was a nice “business as usual” type of event, where we provided some updates, answered questions, held our annual elections, and all that good stuff. In preparation for the meeting, I made some notes to myself.  […]

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