The Association is always seeking volunteers for sub-committees and special projects! Please consider completing the online volunteer form or print out the PDF and submit it to IKO.
By sharing our time, talents and abilities with the community, we meet as neighbors, work together as neighbors, enjoy and sustain our beautiful property together and make new friends. As little as ten minutes a week is as little time as one day a year, which we all can give for the betterment of our neighborhood. We might need as little as making some phone calls, getting “eyes on” for a complaint, sending a cell phone pic for a downed tree, picking up some litter, every little bit can help us form a well-knit neighborhood.
Here are several projects that are in need of volunteers. If you can lend a hand, please let IKO know.
We need someone to organize the SPREADING OF THE MULCH EACH YEAR ON THE TOT LOT. Can you help? Should take 1 hour? We’ll have the wood chips aplenty and provide free coffee and donuts for the day you select, plus you get to meet your neighbors!
You can dump wood chips on the HOA Board President, your chance to get him back for whatever!
The Board got the bubbler fountain fixed and working, and the water has passed City and County inspection, but with all the rains this year, the ‘over-flow’ rebar-screen looks like a beaver dam! Anyone who can help organize a few “rubber booted” persons (it involves some water/mud) who can reach, rake and pull twigs, mulch and debris off of the rebar screen at the “bubbler pond” at the corner of Saybrooke Oaks and MidCounty Highway will find a rich reward in free coffee and donuts for the entire crew. Now if this looks too risky from your experience as a “wader” let us know and we’ll get a contractor. I was hoping we could spend the money on a tent for next year’s National night Out though, so, someone walk over there and send us a note, please! It should take maybe one hour tops, unless you really want to “get into it”! We could haul all the debris down to the wooded area behind the trees on the south side of the pool parking lot or leave it for the City to come and haul away. You be the judge!
And then there are all of the various HOA committees (Arbor, Architectural Control, City Liaison, Events, Fence, Neighborhood Watch, Pool) which are always in need of a few good people.