By Ken Weber
As we focus to Springtime activities of Spring Break, Spring clean-up, planting those gardens, we also look forward to upcoming Fox Run activities. On Saturday, April 14th we will celebrate Fox Run Day, where we start with a community clean-up at 8:00 am and follow-up with a community picnic at 4:00 pm.
Our community clean-up project will organize on April 14th at 8:00 am at the entry at Kings Mountain. Please bring racks, chains saws, weed wackers, etc. We will be working on entry ways, drainage areas, and alley ways to clean-up neglected areas of the neighborhood. There will also be a San Antonio “Dial-a-Trailer” truck available in this entry area to dispose of bulk items that you may have. The Fox Run Crew, will also be receiving special “Fox Run” crew T-shirts for recognizing their work efforts.
After all the hard work, we will be having our annual Fox Run Community Picnic, beginning at 4:00 pm. The picnic will be held at 16326 Martins Ferry and will include food, beverages, special events and door prizes for all participants. This will be a great opportunity to meet with neighbors and enjoy some fun time activities together. We really would like to see the Fox Run Community out for both to these activities.
For those participating in the clean-up and/or picnic event we ask that you provide an RVSP to our coordinator, Jeanmarie Traversi at (210) 637-5345 or (210) 426-7770.
Our annual Garage Sale will be held on Saturday, May 5th. We are attempting to secure a community Garage Sale Permit under the Fox Run 501c4, non-profit status. If you wish to be included in this non-cost permit, you must contact Jeanmarie (phone numbers listed above) to register your house to be included in this yard sale.
Finally - we would like to see all Fox Run Residents get involved with our community, starting with a voluntary Fox Run Neighborhood Association annual dues of only $25.00 and signing up for our community bulletin board on the Nextdoor website. We thank each of you for your support in making Fox Run a great neighborhood.
Ken Weber, President, FRNA