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🎄 Echo Update
December 2, 2018
It is wonderful to see decorative lights on houses so early in the Christmas season and it brings to mind the lyric from the musical, Pippen, "the whole is greater than the sum of the parts it's made of". Click the link here for Christmas activities in the LBK area that you can enjoy with friends and family. The POA Beautification Committee has chosen their final 2 YOM for 2018. Winning this honor in December are Travis & Mary Hart at #2 Arrowhead Dr. and Susan Evans at #28 Sioux Trail.
An Important Reminder from Police Chief Hill Reminder that there are no motor homes or travel trailers parked on the streets for the month of December. Be patient with increased holiday traffic. Monitor your parcel deliveries. Try to remove them from your porch quickly or make arrangements for a friend to pick them up. Lock your homes and vehicles. Do not leave valuables in your cars. Increased traffic means increased opportunities.
Turkey Trot Winners The Second Annual RC Turkey Trot was an unmitigated success! Enthusiastic participants (both human and canine) turned out in force to run, walk, and stroll around the lake. Our thanks go to Christy and Brian Colley and family for spearheading the event, Marti and Mike Greer for supplying the equipment, and the RC POA Board for supplying the coveted t-shirts for the first 25 participants.
The 3K results are 1st-Jeremy Pena (43), Lubbock; 2nd Reese Pena (12), Lubbock; 3rd Curtis Simmons (42), Ransom Canyon. The 5K results are 1st-Keirston Keinast (12), Ransom Canyon; 2nd-Kaitlyn Keinast (14), Ransom Canyon; 3rd-John Culberson (59), Ransom Canyon.