On 7 December 2020, as a remembrance, Girl Scout Troop 3129 will be having a ceremony to retire 3 US Flags at the High Country HOA clubhouse. The retirement will take place on the patio behind the clubhouse and will start at 7:00 PM. Ceremony will take about 1 hour. We would like to invite all of you to attend the ceremony. If you plan to attend please insure you either wear a mask or maintain a distance of 6 feet from anyone you do not live with. We are looking forward to the event as it is a very patriotic event and will be an emotional evening..
The clubhouse is located at 16418 Cypress Park. If you have a neighbor who would like to attend please invite them to come with you.
If you happen to have a flag that needs to be retired please attend the event to see how it is done and depending on the number of flags, we can hold another retirement at a date TBD.
Just wanted to let everyone know that on 12 December 2020, from 9:00-11:00 AM, the High Country HOA will be hosting their annual breakfast with Santa. The event will take place at the HOA Clubhouse located at 16418 Cypress Park. Seating will be both inside and outside, weather permitting. Santa will be there to listen to your requests for Christmas. We will be serving pancakes, sausage, juice, coffee and cocoa. There will be craft materials available for the children. Santa's Elves will also be there. This event is open to everyone and we look forward to seeing you there. Please wear a mask or maintain social distancing when you are around someone other than your immediate family. These are tough times and the Association is trying to support the neighborhood in any way we can. Tis the season to be happy and thankful for what we have.
Come on out and have a bit of fun
Take a book, leave a book! Come visit our new free little library in the High Country Community Garden!
Join us at the High Country Clubhouse ( 16418 Cypress Park ) on the fourth Monday of the month at 7 PM in the Clubhouse for our board meetings. All members are welcome to attend!
This program is for anyone interested in being part of the solution in reducing or preventing crime in your neighborhood. The program teaches what to report and who the suspicious activity should be reported to, ultimately becoming an extra set of eyes and ears for police officers responding to calls for service in your area. This is not a class advocating confrontation, but rather observation and reporting. After completing a class, each attendee is offered the opportunity to ride with an SAPD officer while on patrol. If you have any questions, please contact Off. J. Dave McDonald #0216 210-207-6086 James.McDonald@sanantonio.gov