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July 4th is upon us
Summer is in full swing
Lots happening at the pool
Read on – don’t you worry about a thing!


Join us for Fun, Food and Festivities – pool opens to members at regular time of 11am.  From 12 – 4pm, pool is open to ALL members of the community.  Invite your friends and neighbors and introduce them to our “neighborhood back yard”.  Food will be available for sale from 12-2pm – hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, sodas, shaved ice and cookies.  Cash preferred please!  

At 1pm, the annual traditional Decorated Bike Parade begins with ribbons to be won in all number of categories – bikes, trikes, scooters, strollers – anything with wheels is welcome to enter.  Register and receive your entrance number by 12.30pm at the gate by the pavilion.  Following the bike parade, three of the traditional games will be played in the pool – coin toss, open to kids 1-18 years old, the tee-shirt relay race and ending with the ever-popular greased watermelon competition which is open to people 18 and older!  Come participate or watch and enjoy some “good ‘ole American fun” – we all need a laugh right now…  Pool will close to all at 6pm – so that everyone can enjoy the celebrations of the night.


FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY – July 5th – Arepa Vibes

Did you know that Arepas are a cultural treasure in Venezuela?  Come and find out why!  Try an authentic Venezuelan Arepa!  No pre-orders this week, just bring your appetite and select from everything from The Domino (mozzarella cheese and black beans) to The Queen (shredded chicken and avocado, to the DMV (steak, sausage, avocado, pico de gallo) or how about The Grasseater (black beans, plantain strips, mozzarella cheese, avocado, green mix) and so much more. 

The truck will be in the pool parking lot from 5-7.30pm.  Bring your food up to Kathy’s Korner and spend time connecting with friends!


The (currently undefeated) Broyhill Crest Barracudas Swim Team will be hosting a swim meet from 8am.  Meet usually finishes around 12 noon, at which time the pool will be open to members.  All are welcome to watch and support the team, and food will be available at Kathy’s Korner.

And the winner of last week’s contest… when was the last time the Barracudas won the Relay Carnival was Jeanette Jarvis, who correctly guessed 1994. See the results from 1994.


This fun al fresco dining experience is available every Tuesday and Thursday 11.30-2.30pm, and weekends from 11.30am-5.30pm (subject the volunteer staffing).  If the lights are on and someone is inside, feel free to inquire about cuisine for purchase!  


Get ready to P-A-R-T-Y!!!! Join us on Saturday, July 13 from 6-11 p.m. for SUMMERFEST! Enjoy freshly cooked roast pork, sausages, vegetarian options, sides, desserts, and plenty of beverages. Swimming until 11 p.m. – and LIVE MUSIC from Zac Quintara. Don’t miss out – book your babysitter now!!! Advance ticket sales β€“ now until July 10th β€“ are $20 per person. After July 10 and at the door: $25. Open to all (not just pool members!) – so invite your friends, family from far and wide! The perfect way to share our neighborhood backyard with others.

To pull this off, we need your help! Plan to spend a couple of hours helping to cook the pork, setting up, cleaning up, or preparing a side dish! Sign up here.


This is not so much a rule as a Life consideration – when you use anything at the pool, please leave it in the condition – or better – than how you found it!

We welcome all members to use the bbq grills, but PLEASE clean them after use.  If the grease tray needs emptying, then empty it.  If the burners need to be scraped off, just do it, and leave it clean for the next person.  We are a pool run by volunteers!  There is no cleaning staff, or maintenance staff to check everything regularly, but if we all just care for the property as if it were our own, what a great world it would be!  

Same consideration is due in the bathrooms – just try to take care of the facility and pick up after yourself or your children.  

And finally, a big thanks to Phil Brondyke who saw the need to till the volleyball court, and just did it.  We welcome members seeing problem and providing the solution.  That’s what this “village” is all about!