Drop in anytime between 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 12 in the Clubhouse!
All are welcome to enjoy food and beverages provided by Chick-Fil-A. Neighborhood children are invited to take their picture with the Chick-Fil-A Santa Cow in the clubhouse. Children will receive a small gift from Chick-fil-A.
Hot Chocolate, Apple Cider, and cookies will be served at the corner of Lazyriver Dr. and Shadebush Dr. near Buttonbush Dr. at the same time as the clubhouse event for those wishing to walk the neighborhood to view the luminaries.
Both events are complimentary to residents, provided by Eno Trace HOA.
The 2015 pool party, originally scheduled for Saturday, June 13, has been cancelled and will be rescheduled later in the season. Sorry!
Because of all the debris left over from last week’s storm, the City of Durham is offering free curbside trash pickup until Friday, March 13.
Check out their press release for more details.
If you know a veteran that needs help with small home repairs or landscaping, please have them contact Robin Dixon, the community engagement coordinator for the City of Durham (Robin.Dixon@durhamnc.gov or 919-560-1647 ext. 34245)
The annual meeting of the Owners of Eno Trace, Inc. will be held on Monday, January 13, 2014 beginning at 7:00 pm, at the Eno Trace Clubhouse (4916 Shadebush Dr, Durham, NC)
The purpose of the annual meeting:
A proxy is enclosed (download proxy) if you are unable to attend this neighborhood meeting. It is vital if you can not attend that you send in your proxy (if you attend your proxy will be given back to you).
Your covenants require 10% homeowner attendance in person or by proxy to establish a quorum. That equates to 31 members, in good standing, to attend or send in their proxy.
Please send in your proxy by January 13, 2014.
In an effort to help Eno Trace neighbors beautify our yards, the Board of Directors has teamed up with a local nursery to get several varieties of plants at a deeply discounted price. Come take advantage of this sale & make Eno Trace an even more beautiful place to live!
Orders for flowers will be taken at the Eno Trace Clubhouse this Saturday, 17 April 2010, 9am-12pm.
Flower pick-up will be Saturday, 1 May 2010, 9am-9:30am.
Several varieties of flowers will be available in flats of 36 plants ($8) and in 10-inch hanging baskets ($6).
Cash or checks (made out to ETHOA) will be taken.
If you would like to order flowers and are not able to come to the dates above, please contact me at heelsgrad96@ nc.rr.com for an order form.
The annual Eno Trace yard sale will take place on Saturday May 2nd from 8 a.m. until 12 noon. We coordinated with Vantage Point this year to hold each community’s sale on the same day and will advertise as such in The Herald-Sun, News and Observer, and on Craigslist.org. Hope we have a big turn out from shoppers and homeowners!
The HOA Board meeting has been changed to the 2nd Thursday of each month on a trial basis for April, May and June. The reason for the change is to allow board members to attend the PAC 2 meetings that are held on the 2nd Monday of each month.
HOA dues should be sent to P.O. Box 71294, Durham, NC 27722.
Registration has begun for the Durham Police Department’s 2009 Block Captains Workshop from 8:30 AM to 1 PM on Saturday February 21st. The event is coordinated by the Crime Prevention and Victim Services Units. It will be held at the Durham County Library (the main library) 300 N. Roxboro St.
You must register to attend this event, and due to limited capacity the first 100 registrants will be confirmed on a first come first serve basis. You can register by calling Ira Wilkins at 919-560-4317 ext. 240. Or if you wish you may email her at Ira.Wilkins @ durhamnc.gov. Request confirmation of
your registration. This workshop is for all districts of Durham and is sure to fill up quickly so if you are interested do not delay. The
registration deadline is February 6th.
Topics to be discussed include the following: Chiefs’ message, block captain 411, gang awareness, drug awareness, Durham 911 information, crime stoppers, animal control, and investigations.
Per my conversation with Crime Prevention Officer Hall there will be representatives from various departments in attendance to do presentations concerning the above mentioned topics and some refreshments will be served. It will also be a great way to meet neighborhood watch leaders from other communities and exchange useful bits of information.