Legacy Park Honors Committee Members
Posted on 03/13/12
The Legacy Park Homeowners Association honored its 2011-2012 Committee Members at a dinner on Tuesday, March 13th at Arooji's Ristorante at the Promenade. Residents who served as active members of the Architectural Review, Pool, Social, Community Watch and Common Area Committees were invited to enjoy dinner to hear how important and appreciated they are for their service to Legacy Park.
There are 791 households in Legacy Park and less than 4% of them are represented by committee member volunteers. These committee members are responsible for an untold amount of work to make our community the great place that it is today. Residents often ask why something is done this way and not that, or why this must be enforced and not that, but no one ever asks questions like:
Who makes sure that my neighbor doesn't put up a three story tin shed in the back yard of his lot?
Who makes sure that the pool is in working order and that lifeguards will be on duty all summer?
Who insures that cameras are installed to prevent vandalism and theft to our amenities?
Who plans all the activities for my kids at Legacy Park?
Who re-stocks the pond, plants trees and makes sure the playground is a nice place for people to bring their children to?
The answer is simple: Volunteers do this. Your NEIGHBORS do this. They do it for free and they do it with a smile. They do it because it is easier to do something about something than complain about something. They do it because they want to make the place they live the very best it can be.
Some of our committee members donate lots and lots of hours and sweat equity to Legacy Park. Others donate an hour or two a month to help brainstorm and put ideas into action. Every single one of our committee members is a person who says: "If not me, who? If not now, when?"
You, too, can join this amazing group of people. Simply attend a committee meeting and ask "What do you need me to do? How can I help my neighborhood?"
Our committee members: We need them. We thank them. We appreciate them.