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MARK YOUR CALENDAR
MARK YOUR CALENDAR

SAVE THE DATE
SAVE THE DATE

Saturday  JULY 9, 2016
Saturday  JULY 9, 2016

Saturday July 9th is going to be Florissant Heights Owners Association's (FHOA) annual picnic BBQ and business meeting. It's all going to start around 11 am and go until we are all full of food, had some fun, and watched the kids playing their games. It is going to be an exciting time, an eventful day. Come out to the warming hut at the main pond and meet new neighbors, visit with some of the old timers of the community, and enjoy some of the best home made food west of the Mississippi!
Hope to see you there.
(Oh, and be sure to bring your favorite side dish to share with everyone. Hot dogs, hamburgers and drinks will be provided by FHOA. Salads, veggies, and dessert will be furnished by the best cooks in Colorado! Come on out!!)
Everyone is invited.  See you there.
You can RSVP right here online. Just send us a note letting us know how many will be in your party, and what side dish you are going to surprise us with.



(Copy and paste this email address in the 'TO' line of your composed email, and send us your thoughts.)

Florissant80816@florissantheights.com


In addition to having the picnic and a short business meeting (voting on two new board members) we have asked the Division of Wildlife to come and talk to us about things that happen in our neighborhood that might not apply to other communities. What do you do if you have bear problems? What can we do if in fact we have a muscrat living in our pond? Are wood peckers annoying you and pecking holes in your home? What to do if porcupines start girdling your young trees? Come out
July 9th, and learn all about your native neighbors!


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PLEASE  REMEMBER
Be extra careful with fires! Be sure you have a burn permit, and always call the TCSO before you burn anything!
The Spring snows and rain is going to be bringing with it an abundance of green grass and beautiful wild flowers. Which in turn will  bring extra fire hazards in late summer and early fall.
 

Be extra careful with fires!












January 28, 2016




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