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November 2015 Publication of the Park Glen Neighborhood Association Park Glen Connection TURKEY TROT!!! Thanksgiving Day Pages 8-9 Park Glen’s 11th Annual Turkey Trot, 5k and 2k Fun Run Thanksgiving Morning, November 26th at Alliance United Methodist Church, 7904 Park Vista Blvd, Ft Worth, Texas Packet/Shirt/Runner Bag Pick-up Nov 23rd & 24th Longhorn Activity Center, 5:30-7:30p Registration day of the race begins at 6:15a 2k Fun Run begins at 7:40a, 5k begins at 8a There will be an awards ceremony after the conclusion of the 5k. Door Prizes • Exhibitors • Great fun for everyone!! Register Online www.ParkGlen.org

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  • November 2015 Publication of the Park Glen Neighborhood Association

    Park Glen Connection

    TURKEY TROT!!!

    Thanksgiving DayPages 8-9

    Park Glen’s 11th Annual Turkey Trot, 5k and 2k Fun Run

    Thanksgiving Morning, November 26th at Alliance United Methodist Church, 7904 Park Vista Blvd, Ft Worth, Texas

    Packet/Shirt/Runner Bag Pick-up Nov 23rd & 24th Longhorn Activity Center, 5:30-7:30p

    Registration day of the race begins at 6:15a2k Fun Run begins at 7:40a, 5k begins at 8a

    There will be an awards ceremony after the conclusion of the 5k.

    Door Prizes • Exhibitors • Great fun for everyone!!

    Register Online www.ParkGlen.org

  • Page 2 - Park Glen Connection - November 2015 • www.ParkGlen.org

    President’s Notes

    If you are interested in getting involved in your neighborhood

    please feel free to contact us at [email protected] or

    www.ParkGlenHOA.org.

    We would like to WELCOME our new

    homeowners to Park Glen!

    Wendy Bailey, Realtor®The Property ShopServing Tarrant, Parker, & Wise Counties(817) 881-6909 [email protected]

    * Discounts given when selling and buying a home through me at the same time * Discounts given when selling and buying a home through me with a builder (CSP)* Free Market Analysis

    Thinking of Buying or Selling A Home? Call Wendy Today!

    Hello Again,

    I hope everyone had a great and safe Halloween (or, depending on when this newsletter gets delivered….is gearing up to have a great and safe Halloween)! It’s one of my families’ favorite times of the year. You know, I believe recognition is important and I haven’t used my column

    to do that yet. So, I want to take this month to say thank you to some folks, our homeowners, our volunteers and our board. All of you make Park Glen a great place to live! Being part of a large Community like Park Glen isn’t easy sometimes. All of our families have different tastes, different styles and different outlooks on things. The cultural diversity here is really amazing to me but regardless of those differences, I think we are all somewhat common on the inside. We want to live in an area that’s filled with good people, one that feels safe when we go outside and one that feels like home when we’re inside. Maybe I am biased, but I think Park Glen fits that

    description. The families that live here make it that way. Thanks so much for being great neighbors!

    Speaking of family, you are probably aware of the many family events that are planned for our community…start with the staples, Holiday in the Park, the annual Turkey Trot, our Easter celebration the Eggstravaganza and last but not least, our Independence Day celebration in July.

    This year we also added two Dive-in movie nights and a Polar Express night is planned as well. Soon we hope there can be more. But let me be clear, these things don’t happen by accident. They happen because we have great volunteers who are willing to spend hours of their own time selflessly serving this community.

    In addition to the event volunteers, a big shout out to all of the committee volunteers as well. You play roles that many don’t know about but your importance to our community success is no less. To all of the volunteers who make Park Glen

    as good as it can be I want to say thank you so much for what you do! It certainly does not go unnoticed. And to those who would like to help plan events or volunteer, I want to encourage you to get involved. There is so much to do. Just talk to a board member or email Dana Hammack at [email protected]

    Now, to the Board of Directors. You are breaking new ground here in Park Glen and people are noticing. You are available and dedicated to listening to our community and trying to do what is right. You insist on accountability from yourselves and you are an example of servant leaders who take time away from your families to provide a voice for our community. To those who may see you in action, it’s not always pretty, it’s not always precise but it’s always consistent and purposeful. No reward, no extra paycheck, just service. I want to thank you for that. I am honored to work with you.

    Thanks,Kevin

    The Communications Committee has a Facebook page! We’ve passed

    1000 likes! LIKE our page and get reminders and event

    updates. It’s a great way to keep in touch!

    You can find us at "Park Glen Neighborhood Association" www.facebook.com/parkglenhoa

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    District 4 Rolling Town Hall:Thank you, Park Glen, Kyle Jensen, Randy Acosta, Mayor Price, Ft. Worth Police and neighbors of all ages, for joining us on our first Rolling Town Hall! We had a wonderful turn out of approximately 40-50 cyclists of all levels. What a success to have had great dialogue about our streets, community needs; especially in particular the parks and trail connectivity.

    With the 30plus riders, we were able to make a remarkable impact on diverse conversations as well as a visual display to commuters and neighbors, whom often waved or sometimes joined in on the ride, that we are serious about seeing firsthand the important concerns and or ideas you have for your community. We want to continue to encourage dialogue as we see the potential of immeasurable results if we work

    together and keep the lines of communication open.

    You can either email us at:[email protected]@fortworthtexas.govOr call our office at 817-392-8804For those who Facebook, follow us at Cary Moon FW City Council Member

    A Note From City Councilman Cary Moon….

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    Dates to RememberNovember is National Epilepsy Month, Aviation

    History Month and Child Safety Protection MonthNov 1st .................Daylight Savings Time Ends (2a)Nov 1st ................Boy Scout’s Flag Retirement Ceremony,

    Alliance United Methodist Church, 4pNov 3rd .................Housewife’s Day (Celebrate Stay at

    Home Wives and Moms!)Nov 7th .................Book Lover’s DayNov 10th ...............Board Meeting, 7p, Longhorn Activity

    Center, Basswood and Park VistaNov 11th ...............Veteran’s DayNov 15th ..............Clean Your Refrigerator Day (make

    room for the Thanksgiving left-overs!!)Nov 23rd-27th .......KIDS & BISD Thanksgiving BreakNov 26th ...............ThanksgivingNov 26th ...............PGNA’s 11th Annual Turkey Trot 5k and

    2k Fun Run, 6:30a-10aNov 30th ...............Stay at Home Because You Are Well

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    Our final event of the summer was a big hit! There were around 60 adults and kids who came out to our Dive-In Movie night at the Longhorn Activity Center Pool in September. They enjoyed free hotdogs, chips and swimming. Then at sunset, Big Hero 6 was shown on the big screen. We would like to give a big shout out to Boy Scout Troop Leader Bob Kilburn who saved the day and thanks to 9Round Basswood for providing the water!! We will certainly be planning some more movie nights next summer!

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    Take mental safety precautions:Your sanity is as important as your family’s physical safety. Expect some amount of stress and plan ahead as much as possible to keep it to a minimum. Organize your shopping list and spread your shopping activities out over a few weeks. Have the holiday dinner at someone else’s house if having it at yours is too much stress.

    Take physical safety precautions:Young children are at-risk of eating poisonous holiday plants (mistletoe, poinsettias, and holly berries). Keep your local poison center’s number near the phone. Small table decorations and ornaments can be harmful if swallowed. Try to keep small objects, including hard candies

    and nuts, out of reach. If a child eats too much, read the medication label before treating upset stomachs. Fire-proof your home. Natural and artificial trees can catch fire and while roaring fireplaces may look festive they can be dangerous if proper safety measures are not in place.

    Involve your children in the preparation of the festivities:Have your children help you with the all of the various aspect of preparing for the holidays. Brainstorm menu items from a stack of holiday recipes. Make holiday decorations together from ideas gathered in family magazines or special holiday craft books. Some craft ideas make excellent gift ideas. Start a holiday memory box. Save all of the notes and cards, bits of wrapping paper, special pictures, and other odd assortments to review later in the year. Get excited about looking in the mailbox for Christmas cards and let the children help decide the best location for them. Make up a list of people to send your holiday greeting. If you’re really ambitious make them up by hand.

    Create special traditions and rituals:Traditions and rituals are patterns of behaviors that have symbolic or spiritual meaning. They build firm foundations and reduce children’s holiday hyperactivity by creating a sense of

    family identity. Crafting, Dinner menus, religious observances, advent calendars, gift wrapping parties, ornament collecting, sing-a-longs, and special holiday stories are just a few ways that parents can develop more intimate relationships with their children.

    Reduce your expectations:If you expect to have no problems, perfect children, or accident proof holidays you will be in for a major disappointment. Remember that children are often over-stimulated by the sights, sounds, and incredible number of television commercials about the holidays. Think positively, optimistically, and rationally.

    Give yourself a gift:The greatest gift you can give yourself is the gift of taking care of yourself. You have to take care of yourself before you can start taking care of everyone else. Delegate some of the shopping and preparations to other family members and take frequent breaks to regain lost energy. Do something for someone else that doesn’t involve writing a check. It’s amazing how doing a selfless act can renew your inner strength. Call a few nonprofit organizations in the phone book to see how you can help. Valuing yourself and help others less fortunate is also a good model for your children of what the holidays are really about!

    Mom and Dad’s Holiday Survival Guide

    • Did you get new electronics for Christmas?• Do you have old electronics you want to get rid of or recycle

    but don’t know where to take them?• Has your company gotten new computer equipment but doesn’t

    want to have to pay to have is hauled off?

    Let us take care of it for you…Drop items off at Alliance United Methodist ChurchSaturday, January 29, 2011: 9am-12noon7904 Park Vista Blvd.ORFor larger loads, we’ll send a truck to your company for a FREE pick-up.

    Items may be working, non-working or damaged.We are NOT able to take old TVs or CRT-style monitors.Call Melanie Hitz at (817) 991-8701 with questions.

    Boy Scout Troop 205 is Hosting

    Flag Retirement Ceremony

    Honoring the Men & Women who have served our Country

    November 1, 2015

    4pm

    Alliance Methodist Church

    7904 Park Vista Fort Worth, TX 76137 Everyone is Welcome to attend & Veterans are welcome to participate

    Please bring any worn or tattered flags to be properly retired.

    RED, WHITE AND BLUE TRIBUTE TO VETERANS ELECTRONICS RECYCLING

  • www.ParkGlen.org • November 2015 - Park Glen Connection - Page 7

    Interested in Scouting in the Park Glen Area?Contact Bob Kilburn @ 817-789-9907 or [email protected]

    or visit our websites: For Boy Scouts https://troop205.trooptrack.comFor Cub Scouts http://fortworthpack205.weebly.com

    PARK GLEN SCOUTINGBy Bob Kilburn

    What a fun month for the Scouts in Park Glen. The Scouts are right in the middle of their “Popcorn Sales”. They have been selling popcorn at several retailers and door to door. Thanks for supporting Scouting. Popcorn sales supports local units provide quality programs for the boys.

    The Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts both participated in the Trinity Trash Bash in Fort Worth. Our area was the Trinity River around the Coyote Drive in and Lag rave Field. The Scouts were busy as usual. They began with a Court of Honor, recognizing all their accomplishments for the last 3 months, they camped out at Worth Ranch Boy Scout Camp and participated in the Brazos River Canoe Race meanwhile back in Fort Worth some of the

    Scouts went to the Alliance Air show, earned and received their Aviation Merit Badge and were invited on the tarmac to meet and greet the Blue Angels. I am sure you heard them flying over our neighborhood. They hosted an open house at the Longhorn Activity Center for Webelos (soon to be Boy Scouts), where they shared some scout skills and had some fun including, rock climbing, tug-war, Dutch oven cooking and lots of branding. They rounded out the month with some hiking in preparation for a trip to Philmont ( Scout Heaven) next summer.

    The Cubs Scout had their first Pack Meeting of the year, where they all cleaned up on their awards over the summer break. They manned a float in the Central High School Homecoming Parade, led the Flag ceremony for the PTA

    meeting @ Park Glen Elementary School, and welcomed all the new Cub Scouts to ROCKET INTO SCOUTING at a rocket launch for all new scouts provided by our local council. All the new Cub Scouts built and launched their rockets and had great fun doing archery and stomp rockets.

    Please join us for the Red, White, and Blue Tribute to our Veteran’s on November 1st @ 4PM @ Alliance United Methodist Church where our entire community will gather to honor our Veteran’s in a community wide Flag retirement ceremony. If you have a Flag that needs to be retired now is the time. Contact Bob Kilburn, 817-789-9907 or [email protected] or just give it to a Scout you know.

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    Both courses are new for the 11th annual Turkey Trot and will be run on paved park paths & residential streets,beginning and ending at Alliance United Methodist Church – 7904 Park Vista Blvd; Fort Worth 76137. The 5K will be run on a certified course and officially timed, so no strollers, baby joggers, pets, in-line skates, or headphones, please. The 2K Fun Run will not be timed or certified, so walkers, runners, strollers, and pets are welcome.

    Runners, get ready to take your mark for the 2015 Park Glen Neighborhood Association

    TURKEY TROT 5K Race & 2K Fun RunThanksgiving morning, November 26

    benefitting the Park Glen Neighborhood Association scholarship fund

    5K Awards:Overall Male and Female Finisher

    ($75 prize to each!)Overall Masters (Age 50-59) Male

    and Female FinisherOverall Grand Masters (Age 60+)

    Male and Female FinisherTop 3 Male & Female Finishers in

    age groups (Overall winners arenot eligible for age group awards)

    1st, 2nd, & 3rd place Teams (based onthe top 4 finishers on the team);1st place team shares a $100 prize!

    2K Fun Run Awards: Top 3 Male & Female FinishersAll Fun Run finishers will receive a

    special award.

    Please register early to save money and help relieve last-minute chaos! T-shirts are not guaranteed to registrants after Nov. 10.

    Race Day Schedule:Registration: 6:15-7:30 am2K Fun Run: 7:40 am5k Start: 8:00 amAwards: 9:00 am

    This event will occur rain or shine.In extreme circumstances, the event may be canceled, delayed, or changed to a non-timed race. No refunds will be issued.

    We need volunteers to help with the race! E-mail [email protected]

    By Nov 10 After Nov 10Individual $25 $30 T-Shirts not guaranteed to late registrants.

    Team Member $20 $25 Teams must have 4 or more members. Each member of a team should complete a separate form listing the same team name.Complete info at www.ParkGlen.org. Questions? E-mail [email protected]

    First Name ________________________ Last Name ____________________________

    Address __________________________________________________________________

    City/State/Zip _____________________________________________________________

    E-mail (required) _____________________________________________________________

    Phone ____________________________________

    Date of Birth (required) ___________________ Gender-Circle One: M or F

    Circle One T-Shirt Size (all Adult Sizes): S M L XL XXL

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    Team Name (if applicable) ___________________________________________________

    Signature of Participant (or Parent/Guardian if Participant is under the age of 18)

    Please mail your registration form and make your check payable to: Park Glen Neighborhood Association 5533 Cedar Breaks Dr.; Fort Worth, TX 76137

    2015 Turkey Trot Registration Form11th Annual 5K Race and 2K Fun Run - Nov. 26

    I know that participating in the Park Glen Turkey Trot 5K Race or 2K Fun Run is a potentially hazardous activity. By my signature, I certify that I am medically able and properly trained to participate in this event. I agree to abide by any decision made by race officials. I assume all risks associated with participating in this event including but not limited to falls, contact with others, hazards, traffic, effects of weather, conditions of running surfaces, and medical/physical issues. Having read this waiver and in consideration of the acceptance of my entry, I, for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and/or anyone acting on my behalf, waive any rights or claims that I may have or that may accrue against Park Glen Neighborhood Association, Inc., the City of Fort Worth, Alliance United Methodist Church, and any and all sponsors, hosts, planners, promoters, facilitators, and workers of this event and release all said parties from liability of any kind. If I choose to participate in this event with a baby, child, or pet, I will be solely responsible for the baby, child, or pet.

    ________________________________________________________________________________

    For more information or to register and pay online, visit www.ParkGlen.org. Questions? E-mail [email protected]

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    3. Transfer bread mixture to prepared pie dish; remove and discard vanilla bean. Cover dish with aluminum foil.4. Bake in the preheated oven for 45 minutes. Remove foil and bake until until pudding is set and lightly browned, about 15 more minutes.

    Turkey Tetrazinni Ingredients• 2 (8 ounce) packages angel hair pasta • 1/4 cup butter • 2/3 cup sliced onion • 1/4 cup all-purpose flour • 2 cups milk • 1 teaspoon salt • 1/4 teaspoon ground white pepper • 1/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning • 1/4 teaspoon ground mustard • 1 cup shredded sharp Cheddar cheese, divided • 2 tablespoons chopped pimento peppers • 1 (4.5 ounce) can sliced mushrooms • 1 pound cooked turkey, sliced

    Directions1. Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C). Bring a large pot of lightly salted water to a boil. Add the pasta and cook for 4 minutes, or until almost tender. Drain.2. Melt the butter in a saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion; cook and stir until tender. Stir in the flour until blended, then gradually stir in the milk so that no lumps form. Season with salt, pepper, poultry seasoning and mustard. Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until the mixture thickens. Remove from the heat and add 2/3 cup cheese and pimento, stirring until cheese melts. Add undrained mushrooms to cheese sauce.3. Place a layer of pasta in the bottom of a 9x13 inch baking dish. Cover with a layer of turkey, and then a layer of cheese sauce. Repeat the layers. Sprinkle remaining 1/3 cup cheese over top.4. Bake for about 25 minutes in the preheated oven, until sauce is bubbly and cheese on top is toasted.

  • www.ParkGlen.org • November 2015 - Park Glen Connection - Page 11

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    Annual DuesBills for the $66 annual dues for the fiscal year 10/1/15 through 9/30/16 (plus any unpaid previous amounts) were mailed to homeowners in September. If you did not receive a statement, you can log in to the Resident Portal at RealManage.com to correct your address, get your balance, and make a payment. Instructions for making a payment or contacting RealManage may be found on our website (www.parkglen.org).

    Because the statements were late getting out, the payment due date has been extended to November 1, with a late fee and interest applied if payment is not received by Nov. 10. The address and available methods for payment are different from last year because of the change in the neighborhood's property manager, so please do not use prior addresses or methods to send payment. The statements from RealManage contain the new mailing address for payments, or you can make an electronic payment by logging in to the Resident Portal at RealManage.com. While you can make a payment by credit card, we strongly discourage this because of the $14.95 fee that would be charged to you by the credit card processing company. Payment by e-check (ACH bank transfer) is free.

    Property Modifications & the

    ACCDid you know that approval must be obtained prior to the start of any external modification, improvement, addition, or replacement? A partial list of projects requiring approval may be found on the Association website (www.parkglen.org). If there is any question of whether a request is necessary, please submit a request.

    You can find the Property Modification Approval Request Form and instructions on our website (www.parkglen.org). The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is the group of volunteers that reviews and makes decisions on these requests. The ACC’s mission is to ensure that all changes to our properties will conform to the deed restrictions that we all agreed to abide by. A copy of your Deed Restrictions and the approved CCR Bulletins may be obtained from the Park Glen website.

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    The Board of Directors gets lots of questions about sidewalks and mailboxes. Questions like, how do I get on the list to get my sidewalk replaced or how do I get my mailbox repaired? Honestly, these are really good questions and of course, as homeowners, we want really good ones, right? The answers are in the Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions (CC&Rs). You can find the CC&Rs for your Village on ParkGlen.org. Below is an example from Phase VII.

    “Section 1.13. Sidewalks. Any owner, when building houses on the Lots, shall build sidewalks along the fronts and sides of Lots abutting streets, which sidewalks shall conform to the City, FHA and VA specifications and regulations.” “Section 1.14. Mailboxes. Mailboxes shall be constructed of a material and design approved in writing by Declarant prior to their installation, and shall be in conformity with the requirements of the City of Fort Worth. Mailboxes may be built in enclosures containing multiple mail boxes, and in such event the Owners of the Lots with mailboxes in such enclosure shall be responsible, equally, for maintaining such enclosure in good condition and repair. If such Owners fail to do so, Declarant shall have the right, but not the obligation, to make any repairs, the cost, of which shall be reimbursed to Declarant by such Owners, equally, promptly upon receipt of an invoice therefor. The amount to be reimbursed, if not paid within 10 days after the date of such invoice, shall bear interest from the date of the invoice at the maximum legal rate of interest that can be contracted for under the laws of the State of Texas.”

    The section and language isn’t the same for every Village but the intent is the same. Park Glen homeowners are responsible for the condition of their mailboxes and sidewalks.

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    Park Glen Neighborhood AssociationCommittees & Volunteer Opportunities

    We are always on the lookout for volunteers!! Here is a list of places where you can volunteer your time and serve your community.

    Social Committee (Activities & Events) - This committee organizes, promotes and produces a few events throughout the year (Easter Eggstravaganza, July 4th Celebration/ Parade, Turkey Trot, and others).

    Communications Committee - Gather information and/or write articles for the monthly newsletter as well as communicating through social media and the Park Glen website.

    Hospitality Committee - Greet and welcome each new homeowner to our neighborhood, delivering a welcome gift.

    Service Committee - The vision is to build a network of volunteer neighbors who will assist other neighbors as the need arises. For example, an elderly couple who is unable to get their yard cleaned up one week and need some help, we would like to be able to call some folks to help get that yard done for them.

    Development Committee - This committee monitors plans and projects and works with local government to exert influence over improvements, infrastructure, and development of our area.

    Code Blue: Citizens on Patrol - Volunteers act as additional sets of ears and eyes for the police. Requires brief training at the police academy.

    Crime Watch Block Captains - Coordinate and mobilize your neighbors to look out for crime and keep watch for each other. Requires training from the Fort Worth Police.

    Architectural Control Committee - This committee will meet biweekly to review requests from homeowners for home improvements in accordance with the requirements of the deed restrictions. This group helps protect our investments in our property.

    Village Advisors - These are folks who are willing to be a point of contact for homeowners in their particular neighborhood to help solve any issues or concerns that may come up. Park Glen has 13 different villages and our goal is to get a Village Advisor for each village. There are lots of opportunities for you to be active in Park Glen, and we could sure use your help! If you are interested in being involved in the neighborhood please come to the next Board meeting or contact us at [email protected]

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    Girl Scouts In Park Glen

    INTERESTED IN GIRL SCOUTS IN PARK GLEN AREA?Contact Alanna Bias @ 817-403-1875 or [email protected]

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    By Alanna Mussawwir-BiasDiscover + Connect +Take Action = Leadership. Girl Scout Juniors and Cadettes learned that Flying IS for Girls during a workshop sponsored Offered by the Dallas Chapter of the Ninety-Nines, an International Or-ganization for Women Pilots. Girl Scouts discovered how airplanes fly, assembling model planes, and learned how to Map out a route of flight and identify key features to look for and look out for during flight. This was a very exciting STEM event led by women pilots.

    Girls were completely engaged in discussion on mental health and men-tal illness as we earned the Girl Scout Mental Health Awareness Patch and talked with coordinators from JPS Health and MHC of Tarrant County. Juniors and Cadettes were given the

    opportunity to discuss steps to boost our mood, how to handle change, and signs of mental health distress. These things along with a few point-ers on positive reinforcement are just some of tools we can use to create our sense of happiness and maybe offer support to our friends.

    The Cowgirl Museum presented Camp Wildfire where the girls took part in activities that centered on the stewardship of the land and protec-tion of the wild horse. Lead. The 99’s presented the Girls Can Fly workshop at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas. Juniors and Ca-dettes met professional pilots of high wing, low wing, and commercial air-planes. They learned the science be-hind flight: thrust, lift, drag, aviation alphabet, and flight planning. It was Amazing!

    Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  By  Alanna  Mussawwir-‐Bias  

     Discover  +  Connect  +Take  Action  =  Leadership.  Girl  Scout  Juniors  and  Cadettes  learned  that  Flying  IS  for  Girls  during  a  workshop  sponsored  Offered  by  the  Dallas  Chapter  of  the  Ninety-‐Nines,  an  International  Organization  for  Women  Pilots.  Girl   Scouts  discovered  how  airplanes   fly,   assembling  model  planes,   and   learned  how   to  Map  out   a   route  of  flight  and  identify  key  features  to  look  for  and  look  out  for  during  flight.    This  was  a  very  exciting  STEM  event  led  by  women  pilots.      Girls  were  completely  engaged  in  discussion  on  mental  health  and  mental  illness  as  we  earned  the  Girl  Scout  Mental  Health   Awareness   Patch   and   talked   with   coordinators   from   JPS   Health   and   MHC   of   Tarrant   County.   Juniors   and  Cadettes  were  given  the  opportunity  to  discuss  steps  to  boost  our  mood,  how  to  handle  change,  and  signs  of  mental  health  distress.    These  things  along  with  a  few  pointers  on  positive  reinforcement  are  just  some  of  tools  we  can  use  to  create  our  sense  of  happiness  and  maybe  offer  support  to  our  friends.    The   Cowgirl   Museum   presented   Camp   Wildfire   where   the   girls   took   part   in   activities   that   centered   on   the  stewardship  of  the  land  and  protection  of  the  wild  horse.  Lead.    The  99’s  presented  the  Girls  Can  Fly  workshop  at  the  Frontiers   of   Flight   Museum   in   Dallas.   Juniors   and   Cadettes   met   professional   pilots   of   high   wing,   low   wing,   and  commercial  airplanes.    They  learned  the  science  behind  flight:  thrust,  lift,  drag,  aviation  alphabet,  and  flight  planning.  It was Amazing!  

     Interested  in  Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  Area?  Contact  Alanna  Bias  @  817-‐403-‐1875  or  

    [email protected]  Girl  Scouts  of  Texas  Oklahoma  Plains  

    http://www.gs-‐top.org  

    Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  By  Alanna  Mussawwir-‐Bias  

     Discover  +  Connect  +Take  Action  =  Leadership.  Girl  Scout  Juniors  and  Cadettes  learned  that  Flying  IS  for  Girls  during  a  workshop  sponsored  Offered  by  the  Dallas  Chapter  of  the  Ninety-‐Nines,  an  International  Organization  for  Women  Pilots.  Girl   Scouts  discovered  how  airplanes   fly,   assembling  model  planes,   and   learned  how   to  Map  out   a   route  of  flight  and  identify  key  features  to  look  for  and  look  out  for  during  flight.    This  was  a  very  exciting  STEM  event  led  by  women  pilots.      Girls  were  completely  engaged  in  discussion  on  mental  health  and  mental  illness  as  we  earned  the  Girl  Scout  Mental  Health   Awareness   Patch   and   talked   with   coordinators   from   JPS   Health   and   MHC   of   Tarrant   County.   Juniors   and  Cadettes  were  given  the  opportunity  to  discuss  steps  to  boost  our  mood,  how  to  handle  change,  and  signs  of  mental  health  distress.    These  things  along  with  a  few  pointers  on  positive  reinforcement  are  just  some  of  tools  we  can  use  to  create  our  sense  of  happiness  and  maybe  offer  support  to  our  friends.    The   Cowgirl   Museum   presented   Camp   Wildfire   where   the   girls   took   part   in   activities   that   centered   on   the  stewardship  of  the  land  and  protection  of  the  wild  horse.  Lead.    The  99’s  presented  the  Girls  Can  Fly  workshop  at  the  Frontiers   of   Flight   Museum   in   Dallas.   Juniors   and   Cadettes   met   professional   pilots   of   high   wing,   low   wing,   and  commercial  airplanes.    They  learned  the  science  behind  flight:  thrust,  lift,  drag,  aviation  alphabet,  and  flight  planning.  It was Amazing!  

     Interested  in  Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  Area?  Contact  Alanna  Bias  @  817-‐403-‐1875  or  

    [email protected]  Girl  Scouts  of  Texas  Oklahoma  Plains  

    http://www.gs-‐top.org  

    Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  By  Alanna  Mussawwir-‐Bias  

     Discover  +  Connect  +Take  Action  =  Leadership.  Girl  Scout  Juniors  and  Cadettes  learned  that  Flying  IS  for  Girls  during  a  workshop  sponsored  Offered  by  the  Dallas  Chapter  of  the  Ninety-‐Nines,  an  International  Organization  for  Women  Pilots.  Girl   Scouts  discovered  how  airplanes   fly,   assembling  model  planes,   and   learned  how   to  Map  out   a   route  of  flight  and  identify  key  features  to  look  for  and  look  out  for  during  flight.    This  was  a  very  exciting  STEM  event  led  by  women  pilots.      Girls  were  completely  engaged  in  discussion  on  mental  health  and  mental  illness  as  we  earned  the  Girl  Scout  Mental  Health   Awareness   Patch   and   talked   with   coordinators   from   JPS   Health   and   MHC   of   Tarrant   County.   Juniors   and  Cadettes  were  given  the  opportunity  to  discuss  steps  to  boost  our  mood,  how  to  handle  change,  and  signs  of  mental  health  distress.    These  things  along  with  a  few  pointers  on  positive  reinforcement  are  just  some  of  tools  we  can  use  to  create  our  sense  of  happiness  and  maybe  offer  support  to  our  friends.    The   Cowgirl   Museum   presented   Camp   Wildfire   where   the   girls   took   part   in   activities   that   centered   on   the  stewardship  of  the  land  and  protection  of  the  wild  horse.  Lead.    The  99’s  presented  the  Girls  Can  Fly  workshop  at  the  Frontiers   of   Flight   Museum   in   Dallas.   Juniors   and   Cadettes   met   professional   pilots   of   high   wing,   low   wing,   and  commercial  airplanes.    They  learned  the  science  behind  flight:  thrust,  lift,  drag,  aviation  alphabet,  and  flight  planning.  It was Amazing!  

     Interested  in  Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  Area?  Contact  Alanna  Bias  @  817-‐403-‐1875  or  

    [email protected]  Girl  Scouts  of  Texas  Oklahoma  Plains  

    http://www.gs-‐top.org  

    Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  By  Alanna  Mussawwir-‐Bias  

     Discover  +  Connect  +Take  Action  =  Leadership.  Girl  Scout  Juniors  and  Cadettes  learned  that  Flying  IS  for  Girls  during  a  workshop  sponsored  Offered  by  the  Dallas  Chapter  of  the  Ninety-‐Nines,  an  International  Organization  for  Women  Pilots.  Girl   Scouts  discovered  how  airplanes   fly,   assembling  model  planes,   and   learned  how   to  Map  out   a   route  of  flight  and  identify  key  features  to  look  for  and  look  out  for  during  flight.    This  was  a  very  exciting  STEM  event  led  by  women  pilots.      Girls  were  completely  engaged  in  discussion  on  mental  health  and  mental  illness  as  we  earned  the  Girl  Scout  Mental  Health   Awareness   Patch   and   talked   with   coordinators   from   JPS   Health   and   MHC   of   Tarrant   County.   Juniors   and  Cadettes  were  given  the  opportunity  to  discuss  steps  to  boost  our  mood,  how  to  handle  change,  and  signs  of  mental  health  distress.    These  things  along  with  a  few  pointers  on  positive  reinforcement  are  just  some  of  tools  we  can  use  to  create  our  sense  of  happiness  and  maybe  offer  support  to  our  friends.    The   Cowgirl   Museum   presented   Camp   Wildfire   where   the   girls   took   part   in   activities   that   centered   on   the  stewardship  of  the  land  and  protection  of  the  wild  horse.  Lead.    The  99’s  presented  the  Girls  Can  Fly  workshop  at  the  Frontiers   of   Flight   Museum   in   Dallas.   Juniors   and   Cadettes   met   professional   pilots   of   high   wing,   low   wing,   and  commercial  airplanes.    They  learned  the  science  behind  flight:  thrust,  lift,  drag,  aviation  alphabet,  and  flight  planning.  It was Amazing!  

     Interested  in  Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  Area?  Contact  Alanna  Bias  @  817-‐403-‐1875  or  

    [email protected]  Girl  Scouts  of  Texas  Oklahoma  Plains  

    http://www.gs-‐top.org  

    Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  By  Alanna  Mussawwir-‐Bias  

     Discover  +  Connect  +Take  Action  =  Leadership.  Girl  Scout  Juniors  and  Cadettes  learned  that  Flying  IS  for  Girls  during  a  workshop  sponsored  Offered  by  the  Dallas  Chapter  of  the  Ninety-‐Nines,  an  International  Organization  for  Women  Pilots.  Girl   Scouts  discovered  how  airplanes   fly,   assembling  model  planes,   and   learned  how   to  Map  out   a   route  of  flight  and  identify  key  features  to  look  for  and  look  out  for  during  flight.    This  was  a  very  exciting  STEM  event  led  by  women  pilots.      Girls  were  completely  engaged  in  discussion  on  mental  health  and  mental  illness  as  we  earned  the  Girl  Scout  Mental  Health   Awareness   Patch   and   talked   with   coordinators   from   JPS   Health   and   MHC   of   Tarrant   County.   Juniors   and  Cadettes  were  given  the  opportunity  to  discuss  steps  to  boost  our  mood,  how  to  handle  change,  and  signs  of  mental  health  distress.    These  things  along  with  a  few  pointers  on  positive  reinforcement  are  just  some  of  tools  we  can  use  to  create  our  sense  of  happiness  and  maybe  offer  support  to  our  friends.    The   Cowgirl   Museum   presented   Camp   Wildfire   where   the   girls   took   part   in   activities   that   centered   on   the  stewardship  of  the  land  and  protection  of  the  wild  horse.  Lead.    The  99’s  presented  the  Girls  Can  Fly  workshop  at  the  Frontiers   of   Flight   Museum   in   Dallas.   Juniors   and   Cadettes   met   professional   pilots   of   high   wing,   low   wing,   and  commercial  airplanes.    They  learned  the  science  behind  flight:  thrust,  lift,  drag,  aviation  alphabet,  and  flight  planning.  It was Amazing!  

     Interested  in  Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  Area?  Contact  Alanna  Bias  @  817-‐403-‐1875  or  

    [email protected]  Girl  Scouts  of  Texas  Oklahoma  Plains  

    http://www.gs-‐top.org  

    Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  By  Alanna  Mussawwir-‐Bias  

     Discover  +  Connect  +Take  Action  =  Leadership.  Girl  Scout  Juniors  and  Cadettes  learned  that  Flying  IS  for  Girls  during  a  workshop  sponsored  Offered  by  the  Dallas  Chapter  of  the  Ninety-‐Nines,  an  International  Organization  for  Women  Pilots.  Girl   Scouts  discovered  how  airplanes   fly,   assembling  model  planes,   and   learned  how   to  Map  out   a   route  of  flight  and  identify  key  features  to  look  for  and  look  out  for  during  flight.    This  was  a  very  exciting  STEM  event  led  by  women  pilots.      Girls  were  completely  engaged  in  discussion  on  mental  health  and  mental  illness  as  we  earned  the  Girl  Scout  Mental  Health   Awareness   Patch   and   talked   with   coordinators   from   JPS   Health   and   MHC   of   Tarrant   County.   Juniors   and  Cadettes  were  given  the  opportunity  to  discuss  steps  to  boost  our  mood,  how  to  handle  change,  and  signs  of  mental  health  distress.    These  things  along  with  a  few  pointers  on  positive  reinforcement  are  just  some  of  tools  we  can  use  to  create  our  sense  of  happiness  and  maybe  offer  support  to  our  friends.    The   Cowgirl   Museum   presented   Camp   Wildfire   where   the   girls   took   part   in   activities   that   centered   on   the  stewardship  of  the  land  and  protection  of  the  wild  horse.  Lead.    The  99’s  presented  the  Girls  Can  Fly  workshop  at  the  Frontiers   of   Flight   Museum   in   Dallas.   Juniors   and   Cadettes   met   professional   pilots   of   high   wing,   low   wing,   and  commercial  airplanes.    They  learned  the  science  behind  flight:  thrust,  lift,  drag,  aviation  alphabet,  and  flight  planning.  It was Amazing!  

     Interested  in  Girl  Scouts  in  Park  Glen  Area?  Contact  Alanna  Bias  @  817-‐403-‐1875  or  

    [email protected]  Girl  Scouts  of  Texas  Oklahoma  Plains  

    http://www.gs-‐top.org  

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    Park Glen Neighborhood Association Contact InformationBoard Members (subject to change after the election)

    Kevin Hammack, President [email protected]

    Russell Zwerg, Vice Pres/Treasurer [email protected]

    Susan Kenney, Secretary [email protected]

    Jack Webb, Director [email protected]

    Barry Bryan, Director [email protected]

    Sterling Rice, [email protected]

    Bonnie Hoke, [email protected]

    Property ManagerReal Manage

    [email protected], (PREFERRED way to contact)1.866.4RealService (1.866.473.2573)Monday through Friday, 7:30a-7:00p

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    2015 Save the Date

    Holiday in the Park - December 12, 2015

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    Holiday in the ParkCome take pictures with Santa and Mrs. Clause, ride the train, eat some goodies and celebrate the holiday with your neighbors!

    Arcadia Park, 4800 Glen Springs Trail, 10a-Noon

    It’s not too early to sign up to be a vendor/exhibitor/crafter for our Holiday in the Park event. Go to the “Events” page at www.ParkGlen.org to register. We’d love to have several craft vendors selling their goods just in time for Christmas!

    Polar Express Movie NightBring your blankets and pillows and come dressed in your pajamas and you will receive your ticket for the POLAR EXPRESS! We will be showing the movie “Polar Express” in the fellowship hall at the Alliance United Methodist Church on December 19th at 6:45p.

    We will have popcorn and hot chocolate for everyone! This will be a great family event so we hope you will join us!

    *We will be collecting non-perishable food items for one of the local food banks at our holiday events. More info to come.

    Two Events to Celebrate the Holidays