Celebrate the Fourth of July with the annual Greenbrier parade. Meet at the cul-de-sac on Antigua at 3:30pm with decorated bikes, carts and scooters. Prizes and awards will be given out at the conclusion of the parade. The parade will begin at 4:00pm and will proceed up Antilles and around Bahama ending at the Club. All are encouraged to participate. At the Club, there will be inflatables, snow cones, pool activities and more. For those who cannot participate, come out and enjoy this great neighborhood tradition.
Questions? call Chris Thiel, Parademaster @ 294-9734
The Greenbrier Resident’s Inc. held their 15th Annual Ladies Tea on Sunday, April15th, in the home of Leslie Russ. New neighbors and neighbors who have lived in Greenbrier gathered for a wonderful selection of food, tea and mimosas and conversation. A good time was had by all . Thank you ,Leslie, for such a lovely afternoon!
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The Spring business meeting of this neighborhood will be held on Monday, April 9th at the home of Sarah and Carl Lee, 1805 Bahama Road.
Drinks and snacks will be offered at 6.30pm; the business meeting will start promptly at 7pm. The evening’s agenda will include remarks by guest speakers Roger Mulvaney, from the LFUCG division of Traffic Engineering, as well as by our district Councilmember Kathy Plomin, and Master Gardener Sarah Lee. Also presented will be our treasurer’s report, new board projects, including our security cameras update, and the ND-1 overlay update, details of which are also posted on this website.
Other announcements will include details of the Greenbrier Ladies Tea, to be held Sunday, April 15th at the home of Andy & Leslie Russ, 2145 Bahama Road, and the date of the spring garage sale to be held on Saturday, April 28th.
Please plan to come and enjoy this informative meeting.
Holiday décor in Greenbrier this year has run the gamut from colorful to crazy, all celebrating the joys of the season. Needless to say, the neighborhood elves had a tough time judging our 2017 winners. First they want to give a shout out to the beautifully lit trees around the neighborhood, including the one on the fence row behind 2267 Bahama, the one at the corner of Bahama and Tobago Ct., and the one at the end of the driveway at 3645 Cayman Lane. Another strong contender for an appealing display was the festive assortment of lights at 2251 Bahama. The final choices were tough, but in the end the elves had to make their decisions: you decide whether or not you agree. Signs will be posted until the week of January 1st.
- Prize for Most Whimsical display goes to Gene and Cindy Hamm, 3512 Trinidad.
- Prize for Best Entryway goes to Henry and Laura Vettraino, 3637 Antilles.
- Prize for Best Overall goes to the display at the Price/Higgins home, 1772 Bahama.
Thanks to all who participated in making Greenbrier a more colorful neighborhood this year and Happy Holidays!
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The Fall 2017 Greenbrier Garage sale is set for Saturday, September 30. Some sales will begin on Friday the 29th. Start cleaning out those closets and garages!
Remember that there will be a lot of traffic, so please watch your children and pets.
IF your home is NOT on Bahama Road or a street/court off of Bahama, please call Cyndy Powell ( 299-5566) and leave a message, so that she can place signs to your street or court. Signs will be posted Saturday morning. If you wish to open on Friday, please post your own signs.
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Save the date for our Spring General Meeting, on Monday, April 17th. Our guest speaker will by our new neighbor, Office Dawn Dunn of the Lexington Police Department. Office Dunn will discuss neighborhood security.
Also keep in mind that the Greenbrier Spring Yard sale will take place on Saturday, May 13th.
Update: The elves had a tough time this year with the many beautifully decorated homes, but finally made their decision for the winners of the Xmas light contest. They are:
Best overall effect goes to the Winter Wonderland home of Bobby Cummins, 1893 Bahama Road, at the intersection of Bahama and Cayman.
Best Entryway goes to the Purple Tree enhanced home of Mary Jane and Russell Reed, 1725 Bahama Road.
Most Whimsical or Elves’ Choice goes to Frosty, living at the home of Julane and Roger Mullins, 2716 Martinique Lane.
Further, Elves gave a special shout out to 3201 Tabago, whose Raindrop Forrest is the inspired work of Mike Wirth and Pell Wardrop. Also on their list, and worthy of a look though not eligible for a prize, is the beautifully lit up Morris Eventing Farm located to the right of the Finks Farm. Congratulations all! Our 3 top winners, all GB Resident association members, will each receive a $50 gift certificate to a local restaurant. cruise the neighborhood & Look for signs placed in the winners; yards,and . see if you agree with our anonymous elves choices!
Finally, your GB Residents Association Board wishes all our neighbors very merry Holidays and a happy & prosperous 2017!
Our bylaw mandated Fall meeting will take place Monday, Oct. 3rd at the home of Sarah & Carl Lee, 1805 Bahama Road. A wine and cheese social hour will start at 6pm followed by the business meeting. We are delighted to present the candidate running for the 12th District: Kathy Plomin. Kathy will discuss community issues, how she plans to address them, and take questions from the floor. Stephanie will present results of the recent survey sent out to residents; John will discuss our budget for approval; & a slate of officers will be elected among other items of business. Support your Greenbrier Residents, Inc.! Please plan to attend this informational meeting!