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A Newsletter for Oak Meadow
Residents Presented
By
The
Oak Meadow Homeowners Association
Oak Meadow Woman’s Club
Oak Meadow Swim Club
OAK
MEADOW
DECEMBER 2014
Meadowlark
Oak MeadowWoman's
Club News & Events
Isn’t it uplifting to be welcomed into the neighborhood with garlands at the entries and festive bows on the mailboxes? Volunteers
make it all a reality. Just another reason to love Oak Meadow. A
big THANK YOU to all those who hosted and attended several
parties to make bows, to those who went door to door taking orders and to those who attached bows to the mailboxes. Another
big THANK YOU to Eleanor Settle who sees that the entrances
are decorated with garland. It is beautiful and well worth the effort. There might be a few bows left. If you missed the chance to
order, call Colette at 408-440-7301 or Pam at 493-2141.
OMWC took the opportunity to show-off the baking skills of
our members by having a wide assortment of desserts to sell at
the Fall Festival & Chili Cook-off. The Halloween cupcakes went
fast, along with the brownies, pumpkin bars and cookies. There
were even gluten-free desserts to be sure everyone could indulge.
Proceeds were added to the Swim Club coffers. Again, a big
THANK YOU to the many volunteers who baked and served at
several booths throughout the afternoon.
Kids will be warm at night thanks to a pajama drive held by Oak
Meadow Elementary School to provide pjs to their sister school,
Serna Elementary. OMWC supported that drive by collecting
pajamas for the children. Another THANK YOU to those who
donated to this worthy project and to Emily Marshall and Marcia
Krolik for pulling it together.
It is official the long-hoped-for Mom’s Playgroup has been organized and is off and running. The playdates were held throughout November at different parks and playgrounds in the area
with both morning and after school times. One session included
a Mom & Me music lesson and playtime. Sounds like fun. For
more info call Audrey Cox at 210-908-9341. And, this calls for
another THANK YOU to Audrey.
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Greeting cards - join Barbara Clark (492-4288) to design
and make cards. That will be held on Dec. 8 from 2:15 to
3:00. Call her for details.
Cookie Exchange - Watch for an Evite for this annual tasty
event. Bring a dozen of something to exchange, plus a few to
share at the party, and leave with a wide assortment of goodies for the holidays. You will have your baking done.
Other Side Groups offer an array of fun activities. Participate in
as few, or as many, as you like. Or, you might have another activity in mind. Let us know so that we can share fun and friendship.
Here’s wishing all our neighbors a healthy, happy holiday season
from the Oak Meadow Woman's Club. Merry Christmas and
Happy Hanukkah.
Norma Murphy, President OMWC
OAK MEADOW WOMAN'S CLUB (OMWC)
MEMBERSHIP FORM (Sept 2014 - Aug 2015)
Name __________________________________ Birthday ____________ Spouse's Name _______________________
Address _________________________ E-mail ____________________ Home Phone _________________________
Cell phone __________________ Children (ages) ___________________________________________________
OMWC's goals and purpose include participating in charitable projects, establishing an atmosphere in which new and
current residents can develop new friendships and promoting social activities. The membership year runs from
September to August. Dues are payable in September. New members are encouraged to join anytime but will not be
included in the directory if they join after October 1st.
Each member is encouraged to participate in at least one of our fundraising activities. Choose one.
FUNDRAISER (Holiday Mailbox Bows) Activities OMWC has at least one fundraiser each year. This year's fundraiser
is the Holiday Mailbox Bows. OMWC may decide to add other fundraisers.
Help with ribbon cutting and bow tying of the Holiday Bows. Training provided (Oct. and/or Nov.)
Help with canvassing of homes for the sale of Holiday Mailbox Bows. (Late Nov and early Dec)
Please check activity/activities you would like to participate in.
VOLUNTEER
HOSPITALITY
Help with 4th of July Parade
Host wine-tasting event
Help with National Night Out
Host Progressive Dinner (need 3 homes)
Host Cookie Exchange
PHILANTHROPY
EDUCATION
Participate in charitable projects
Assist in contacting speakers
Provide assistance to members/families
Assist with Lawn & Garden Symposium
in time of need (Angels of Oak Meadow)
SOCIAL GATHERINGS
Wine-tasting event
4th of July Parade
National Night Out
Progressive Dinner
Cookie Exchange
Ladies Luncheon
Please check any group(s) you are interested in joining.
SIDE GROUPS
Book Club (meets monthly and discusses selected book)
Crafts Club (women meet monthly)
Day Trips (go on short trips in and around SA)
Lunch Bunch (women meet monthly at different restaurants)
Movie Time (women meet together at the movies)
Play Group (for Moms with younger children)
Trivial Pursuit (singles/couples meet monthly)
Bunco
Bridge
Hiking
Scrabble
Walking Group
Have any suggestions for new activities or side groups? Just email Carmen at [email protected]
Membership is just $10.00 a year. Please make checks out to OMWC. Attend our membership drive or mail
check to: Carmen Sandoval, 2919 Sky Cliff, San Antonio, TX 78231
Dues Paid:
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OMWC Side Groups
Book Club: This side group meets every fourth Thursday of the month
from 1-3 pm at members’ homes to discuss selected books. Contact
Celia Glasgow at 492-5593.
Oak Meadow
Homeowners Association
Monthly Open Meeting
7:00 PM January 21, 2015
Bridge: You will be put in touch with different bridge groups. Contact
Tudy Dick at 492-3989.
Oak Meadow United Methodist Church
These are social groups which host fun activities of special interest and
a great place to meet and make new friends. You may join as many
groups as you wish, or suggest a new group. Contact Carmen Sandoval
at [email protected] for information on side groups.
Bunco: Subs are always needed to fill in or replace members of
different groups. No experience necessary. Contact Mary Neumann at
[email protected]
Crafts: In this group meets monthly and for a nominal fee provides
all the supplies/instructions needed to complete a seasonal craft that
day. Previous projects include wreaths, faux pumpkins, and decoupage
boxes. Look for Evites with exact dates/times/locations. Contact Betty
Myrvang at 889-7678 or Colette Langdin at [email protected]
Scrabble: If you love words, this group will provide a fun evening.
Contact Barbara Clark at 492-4288.
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AT&T Service Boxes are being updated and replaced
throughout Oak Meadow.
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Cookie Exchange: This annual event allows for members to share
baked goods at holiday time. Watch for an Evite or call Betty Myrvang
at 889-7678.
Residents who have CPS utility boxes, AT&T and Time
Warner Service Boxes in their backyards, or CPS meters behind their fence, MUST keep their gates UNLOCKED 24/7
for access by city workers, AT& T or Time Warner company
workers.
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Lunch Bunch: This side group plans to meet every third Wednesday
of the month but could vary. Look for Evites with exact date/time/
locations for each meeting. Contact Linda Perkins at [email protected]
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CPS is installing new “Smart Meters” throughout San Antonio. The HOA may have a guest speaker at our February
Coffee Klatsch to explain the new CPS meters.
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If you are considering doing home improvement/repair
projects you can verify if a city permit is needed by going
to www.sanantonio.gov/dsd/permits for rules. You can also
check if a contractor is licensed or registered with the City of
San Antonio by calling (210)207-1111 option 0 or sending
an email to [email protected]
Trivial Pursuit: This group meets the last Saturday of the month for
a potluck dinner and a “guys vs. gals” team game of pop culture trivia.
Couples and singles are welcome. Look for Evites with exact dates/
times/locations. Contact Sherry Cruz at [email protected]
Walking: Call Barbara Clark for time and place to meet for a brisk walk
and talk. 492-4288.
Movie Time: Join others for an afternoon at the movies. Contact Linda
Perkins at [email protected]
Day Trips: A chairperson is needed to plan short trips in and around S.A.
Hiking: This side group meets Saturday mornings Sept-March for
hikes through local parks and greenways. Look for Evites with exact
date/time/locations for each
meeting. Contact Julie Niemann at
A.D.S. ELECTRIC
[email protected]
389-4166
Play Group: Join other moms with
preschoolers for play dates at the
park, library or homes. A leader is
needed.
Mah Jong: Call Marge Present to
join this group of experienced players. 492-492-5153
Angels of OM: This group needs
a leader to coordinate meals for
neighbors during times of need,
such as illness in the family.
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Oak Meadow
Homeowners Association
NEWS
The year is quickly drawing to a close, the main part of the
annual membership drive is over and HEB gift cards have been
distributed to drawing winners. If you haven’t paid your dues yet
for 2014-2015, or you are a newcomer, of course you may still
join. Membership is never closed! Just contact membership
chair, Olive Whelan, or any other board member. (A roster is
listed elsewhere in this newsletter.)
We had good response to the membership drive, but there are
still some residents who are “on the fence” about joining. They
may wonder: Why should I support the HOA? What does it do
for me? We thought we would answer these questions with some
information on how the membership funds are used:
1. Plants and supplies, plus water and electricity for entrances.
We have three neighborhood entrances with a total of five
planting beds.
2. Mowing of greenbelts along NW Military Hwy. and Huebner
Road.
3. Repair and maintenance of the five stone entrance walls.
There is also a special fund to replace walls as the need arises.
4. Directors and Officers Insurance for board members.
5. Cost of mailing the Meadowlark monthly newsletter.
6. Eblast program, which sends notices of activities or events
within Oak Meadow. These emails are normally sent out
once a month unless a special circumstance arises such as
unusual criminal activity or a dangerous situation within
our neighborhood. Eblasts are sent only to those residents
who subscribe.
7. HEB gift cards for the annual membership drive drawing.
8. National Night Out celebrations at the park. (These are not
held every single year.)
9. Movies at the park.
10. Coffee Klatch. This is open to all residents and is an informal
get-together during which board members answer residents’
questions and discuss their concerns.
11. Annual membership meeting.
12. Donations to the two churches in our neighborhood for use
of their facilities for various events.
If, for no other reason, your $40.00 annual dues are well spent
on just the upkeep of the entrances and greenbelts. Just imagine
what they would look like with no stone walls, planting beds or
lighting, and mowing of the greenbelt only done twice a year by
the state. The board of directors takes its fiduciary responsibilities
seriously and works hard to insure good stewardship of each
member’s funds. Be assured no discretionary spending is done
without much discussion and vote taking.
Many thanks to those who have already joined. You and your
membership dues are what keep our neighborhood a great place
to live. We could do nothing without you!
Eleanor Settle and Veronica Gonzalez, Co-Presidents
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Attention
Pet Owners!
Babysitter: Casey Chambers: Responsible, CPR certified, High
school student. Available:
Weeknights
5-10pm. Weekends (hours
Teen Services
Information
to be arranged). 210-241-4275.
Not available online.
Lutz Lawn Business “We Cut the Green Clean”. High School Students. Contact Conner Lutz 210-551-4035 or [email protected]
Babysitter: Francesca Arzola: Babysitting certified, CPR certified,
high school student. Available only on weekends. 210-630-2342.
Oak Meadow Fruit and
Vegetable Co-op
Every other week, an Oak Meadow family
shops at the San Antonio Produce Market.
Their mission is to bring back fresh produce
to twelve Oak Meadow families. Each family pays $15
per box for an assortment of produce items, twice each
month. The produce is typically fresher and less expensive than in grocery stores. If you would like to become
a part of this healthy and economical treat, please call
Barbara Clark at 210-492-4288.
Please be considerate and pick up after your pet.
Please also be considerate and do not put your
poop bags in other resident’s garbage cans.
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C I TI ZENS O N
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SAPD Calls in Oak Meadow in Oct. 2014
-4 bed * 2.5 bath * 2 living areas * large backyard
Easily Visible House Numbers are Important for Safety
While driving in the subdivision about 8 PM last week trying to distribute some of the HEB gift cards to winners of the Homeowners Association’s drawing, I was very concerned to see such an absence of visible
house numbers. Many numbers are on the front of the house placed
above the driveway lights. The light glare prevents the house number
from being seen after dark. Other numbers on the curb are worn off
with only a few characters visible. Some on mailboxes have missing or
faded numbers. Some homes have no house numbers posted at all.
-Fully furnished kitchen, washer & dryer.
Injured/Sick
Person
10/4/2014
141XX
-Restaurants,
groceries,
museums8:17
& artAM
galleries
nearby.Kings Meadow
-Can arrange for meals, meetings, transportation.
10/4/2014 7:44 PM
Woodstream / Oak Sprawl
-Near North New Braunfels & Nacogdoches; 78209
Suspicious Vehicle
Take a look at your house numbers in the dark. If they are not readily
visible, emergency personal may have a hard time finding your house.
The Emergency Medical Service vehicles and San Antonio Police and
Fire Departments’ GPS devices may not always be accurate in areas like
ours with irregular street numbers. On streets that have entry from two
directions the house numbers should be visible from both sides. A few
minutes spent looking for house numbers can mean the difference between life and death.
Dog and Cats Need Updated ID with Phone Numbers
Be sure to put the proper ID on your pet. Update your phone number(s)
when you change numbers; you can order a name tag online or at your
vet’s office. While you are waiting for the name tag to be processed, consider taping a small piece of paper with your name and phone number
on the pets’ collar. Please look into having your pet “chipped” by your
vet; a small price to pay for a chance to be reunited with a wandering
pet.
SAPD Calls in Oak Meadow in Oct. 2014
Injured/Sick Person 10/4/2014 8:17 AM
141XX Kings Meadow
Suspicious Vehicle
Woodstream / Oak Sprawl
10/4/2014 7:44 PM
Burglary in Progress 10/7/2014 12:42 PM
29XX Sky Cliff
Fire
10/12/2014 1:28 PM
29XX Green Run Ln
Miscellaneous
10/13/2014 6:09 PM
28XX Bee Cave
Property Found
10/16/2014 9:55 AM 27XX Hunters Green Dr.
Disturbance
10/16/2014 8:02 PM
Toudouze Real
Ordinance Violation 10/21/2014 7:08
Estate
Resources
Miscellaneous
PM
В Fire
10/12/2014 1:28 PM
29XX Green Run Ln
Miscellaneous
10/13/2014 6:09 PM
Property Found
10/16/2014 9:55 AM 27XX Hunters Green Dr.
Disturbance
10/16/2014 8:02 PM
Call (210) 710-5319
or visit
В 14XXX Oakhill Way
27XX Peppermill Run
Miscellaneous
10/22/2014 9:50 AM 141XX Oakland Mills Dr
Minor Accident
10/22/2014 2:23 PM
Suspicious Person
10/23/2014 11:04 PM Indian Ridge Cir / Indian Ridge Dr
Information
10/24/2014 3:26 PM
Drunk
10/25/2014 7:36 AM 14XXX Oakhill Way
Animal Related
10/26/2014 9:50 AM 28XX Ivy Oak Ct
Suspicious Person
10/30/2014 11:50 AM Green Run Ln / Ambleside
Theft
10/31/2014 5:55 PM
144XX Vantage Hill Dr
141XX Oakland Mills Dr
3XXX Meadow Cir
San Antonio Police Department
Non-emergency number 207-7273
Making Calls to SAPD: If you see or suspect something illegal is happening, do not confront possible offenders. Just leave the immediate
area and then call in a report to the police dispatcher. Use your own
judgment when deciding to call the emergency or non-emergency
number; you will know if immediate help is needed.
Mike Glasgow,
Citizens on Patrol Coordinator
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December
Activities:
10/22/2014 9:50 AM
141XX Oakland
Mills Dr
25 Merry Christmas
10/25/2014 7:36 AM 14XXX Oakhill Way
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Ordinance Violation 10/21/2014 7:08 PM
27XX Peppermill Run
28 Rev. Larry Scharmann speaking,
Wilson Toudouze, LREA
10:30am
Oak
Meadow
Resident
31 28XX
NO SERVICE
Animal Related
10/26/2014 9:50 AM
Ivy Oak Ct
AI Realty, Broker
For more info:
210-347-9609
Suspicious
Person
10/30/2014 11:50 AM Green Run Ln / Ambleside
northwestag.org Northwest Assembly of God
[email protected]
210-492-5531
Theft
29XX Sky Cliff
14XXX Oakhill Way
Commercial and
Wednesday - Life Skills, 7pm
- DIG,
9:30am
Minor Accident
144XX
Vantage
Hill Dr
Farm 10/22/2014
& Land 2:23 PMSunday
3 NO SERVICE
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Coffee
at
the
Curb,
7:30am
Sales
Suspicious Person
10/23/2014 11:04 PM
Ridge Check
Cir / Indian
Ridge Dr
13 Indian
Free Fluids
(car), 10am
Acquisitions
14 Bike Ride, 2pm
NightOakland
Bike Ride,
6:30pm
Information Consulting
10/24/2014 3:26 PM19 141XX
Mills
Dr
24 NO SERVICE
Drunk
Burglary in Progress 10/7/2014 12:42 PM
3XXX Meadow Cir
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OMHA BOARD
Veronica Gonzalez (Co-President)
492-7122 [email protected]
Eleanor Settle (Co-President)
492-2771 [email protected]
Mike Glasgow (VP)
492-5593 [email protected]
Olive Whelan (Membership Chair)
492-0766 [email protected]
Mary Neumann (Treasurer)
493-9320 [email protected]
Stephanie Logan (Secretary)
489-0807 [email protected]
Mike Glasgow (Cellular on Patrol (COP) 492-5593 [email protected]
Eleanor Settle (Landscape) 492-2771 [email protected]
Morgan Matson (Co-Codes & Compliance) 614-6400 [email protected]
Elias Abdulahad (Co-Codes & Compliance) 408-7090 [email protected]
Mary Neumann (Editor)
493-9320 [email protected]
Webmaster (Neighborhood News)
775-5837 [email protected]
Ed Dohman (Member-At-Large)
408-1371 [email protected]
Cara Taylor (Member-At-Large)
844-9030 [email protected]
Michael Logan (Member-At-Large)
838-6831 [email protected]
Aaron Kluger (Membership)
441-2810 [email protected]
OAK MEADOW WOMAN’S CLUB BOARD
Norma Murphy (President)
492-1888 [email protected]
Colette Langdin (1st Vice President)
408-440-7301 [email protected]
Carmen Sandoval (2nd Vice-President) 956-286-7530 [email protected]
Sandra Westerberg (Treasurer)
492-2793 [email protected]
Carolyn Banz (Corresponding Secretary)
492-1442 [email protected]
Celia Glasgow (Publicity/Notifications)
492-5593 [email protected]
Linda Perkins (Recording Secretary)
492-5354 [email protected]
Sherry Cruz (Communications/Notifications) 493-9965 [email protected]
Historian - OPEN
Betty Myrvang (Hospitality)
889-7678 [email protected]
Board & Committee
Information
Carmen Sandoval (Side Groups)
956-286-7530 [email protected]
Pam Thomas (Fundraiser) 493-2141 [email protected]
Colette Langdin (Fundraiser)
408-440-7301 [email protected]
Karen Slaven (Directory Chairperson)
493-8864 [email protected]
Sherry Cruz (Hostess)
493-9965 [email protected]
Debra Lara (Yard of the Month)
213-4930 [email protected]
Karen Slaven ( Parliamentarian)
493-8864 [email protected]
Emily Marshall (Philanthropy)
493-1015 [email protected]
Marcia Krolic (Philanthropy)
492-2816 [email protected]
Rivka Schechter (Angels of Oak Meadow) 479-5422 [email protected]
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Thank you to all that came
out and participated in the
Fall Festival and Chili Cookoff. It was a great time that
raised some much needed
funding for the off season.
I would like to welcome Jeff Kraft to the pool board. He has graciously
agreed to be a part of the team. The pool board is sad to be losing Cara
Taylor to a move, but we wish her well in her new adventure and thank
her for her being a board member. Lastly, I want to thank my husband,
Tim Clark, for his years of service to the board. Tim resigned from the
board, but promised me he would council me in “all things pool” if I
begged… which I’m sure I will.
The OMSC’s annual meeting was November 2nd. We had a small turnout, but a good meeting. We covered accomplished items, as well as future plans. Here are the discussed items of accomplishment this year:
• 2014 had a slight increase in membership numbers. Charging tax on
the memberships has taking care of the burden of the sales tax liability.
• The sales tax, which is paid on the memberships and concession sales,
was changed from yearly payments to quarterly payments this year. This
means that the pool paid double the amount that it usually does per
calendar year. The 2013 payment was paid in early 2014, and the 2014
payments have been paid throughout the year. This benefits the pool in
the future by not having a large tax liability due when the pool is at its
most cash poor point in the year.
•
The pool was drained in March to replace the broken in-wall steps
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Not available online.
OAK MEADOW SWIM AND TENNIS CLUB BOARD
Lee Anne Seabolt (President)
601-6820 [email protected]
Greg Hokenson (Vice-President)
995-3918 [email protected]
Stephani Walsh (Secretary)
493-8004 [email protected]
Michael Frontz (Treasurer)
764-2576 m[email protected]
Stacy Hajduk (Swim Team Coordinator)
386-9882 [email protected]
Frank Menchaca (Tennis Liaison)
479-0732 [email protected]
Eric James (Tennis Pro)
396-3063 [email protected]
Jeff Kraft (Member-At-Large)
Tommy Peterson (Member-At-Large)
259-3091 [email protected]
Matt Gruene (Member-At-Large)
219-8136 [email protected]
Jason Scalf (Member-At-Large)
279-5536 [email protected]
Chris Young (Member-At-Large)
378-6145 [email protected]
Gretchen Hokenson (Member-At-Large)
482-0160 [email protected]
Anna Clark (Pool Manager)
722-9679 [email protected]
Pool Telephone
408-7230
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and patch up any potential leaks in the shell of
the pool.
A massive leak was found and patched in May.
The Swim Team’s Swim-a-thon raised enough
money to pay for the leak detection, plus most
of the fix.
There has been a great influx of board members
in the last year and a half. With an active board,
we have been able to do more activities for the
community, such as the Spring Fling, the 4th of
July Celebration, and the Fall Festival. We hope
to add more in coming years.
Financial records will be available on the website
www.oakmeadowswimclub.com for anyone who
would like to review them.
Even with $6000+ in repairs, $2000 in non budgeted
tax payments, and $5000 in water loss, the pool has
almost made it to the end of the year in the black. I
hope this gives our neighbors faith that the pool and
tennis courts are a worthy cause. My Christmas wish
is for a solid 2015 with no major expenses. Happy
Holidays to you and yours.
Anna Clark – OMSC Manager
[email protected] 722-9679
OAK MEADOW SWIM AND TENNIS CLUB 2015 APPLICATION
**MEMBERSHIPS ARE NOW SUBJECT TO SALES TAX
MEMBERSHIPS AND PRICING - DISCOUNTED RATE VALID THROUGH JANUARY 2015*
*Payment must be postmarked by the last day of January for discount
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP - DISCOUNTED RATE $199 + 8.25% SALES TAX
Covers: all members of the household, plus any children in your care,
plus nannies/baby sitters as long as accompanying minor children.
Eligible for discounts on parties, swim lessons, and swim team.
DISCOUNT* REGULAR
w/ TAX
w/ TAX
$215.42 $259.80
ADULTS ONLY MEMBERSHIP - DISCOUNTED RATE $150 + 8.25% SALES TAX
$162.38
$194.85
SENIOR MEMBERSHIP - 65 AND OLDER - DISCOUNTED RATE $150 + 8.25% SALES TAX
$162.38
$194.85
Covers: two person, adults only household.
Eligible for discounts on parties, swim lessons, and swim team.
Covers: two person, adults only household.
Includes (2) one week grandchildren passes that covers all grandkids
listed on the application.
Eligible for discounts on parties, swim lessons, and swim team.
TWO WEEK FAMILY PASS - $80 + 8.25% SALES TAX
$86.60
Covers all members of the household.
Come as many times as you like within a two week period (14 consecutive days),
during the hours the pool is open.
NOT eligible for discounts on parties, swim lessons, and swim team.
TENNIS ONLY MEMBERSHIP - $100 + 8.25% SALES TAX
$108.25
Includes one free clinic with our Oak Meadow Pro, Eric James.
PARK SUPPORTER - SUPPORTS UPKEEP OF THE NEIGHBORHOOD PARK
$50
DONATION - NOT A SWIMMER, BUT WOULD LOVE TO HELP
$
METHOD OF PAYMENT
CASH
CHECK (PAYABLE TO OMSC)
The Oak Meadow Swim Club is a private, non-profit membership Swim and Tennis Club.
RULES OF OPERATION: For the maximum enjoyment and safety of all members, the board of directors has
established rules of operations, which from time to time may be altered, changed or amended. Rules are posted
on the property and on-line at www.oakmeadowswimclub.com
GUEST PRIVILEGES: Guests will be allowed if they are accompanied by a member, agree to abide by the club
rules, and pay the established guest fee. Members are responsible for their guest's conduct.
NAME:*
ADDRESS:*
EMAIL ADDRESS:
DEPENDENTS NAMES AND AGES:*
GRANDCHILDREN NAMES AND AGES (FOR SENIOR MEMBER'S GRANDCHILDREN PASSES):*
PHONE #:*
CELL #:
*Required entry (if applicable)
EMERGENCY #:*
AGREEMENT: I agree to accept and abide by all the rules, regulations, and bylaws of the Oak Meadow Swim
and Tennis Club. I further agree that my family and guests will be bound by such rules, regulations and bylaws.
Any violations of the Club rules, regulations or bylaws by me, my family or guests may result in the suspension or
cancellation of my membership with forfeiture of any or all of the annual dues previously paid. Annual dues shall
cover the period from November 1, 2014 to October 31, 2015.
MEMBERSHIP SIGNATURE:
Mail application to: OAK MEADOW SWIM AND TENNIS CLUB, 14330 Vantage Hill, San Antonio, TX 78231
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