Stuff The Board Didn’t Tell You

We strive to keep Holly Lake residents fully informed about what is happening in their community. Too often we find information useful to our community but neglected by the Board’s “less than informative” outdated website and Facebook page. We will post information as we discover it to keep YOU informed.

Board Gives Bad Instructions For Bus Routes

The Board’s red bi-lingual flyers around our mail room to advise residents of our free Green Route BCT bus service fail to tell you that the promised ride to Memorial Hospital requires 2 changes with Gold Route bus, at Wal-Mart and Century Village. The writer (Next Gen?) uses the old bus route that was updated 2 years ago. The bus actually stops at Westfork Plaza now. You can read the accurate route stops in the clubhouse display case # 6, left by the Voice’s publisher in 2017. Why didn’t Maricarmen, the 2018-2019 corresponding secretary, bother to read it? The bus driver has copies of the “new” 2016 schedule, so that you can plan return trips from the supermarkets. A great free service, if you ignore this Board’s bad directions.

A Beautiful Dog Park Just a Few Miles From Holly Lake

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A short drive from Holly Lake is a free off-leash dog park with 2 pavillions, restrooms, separate fenced areas for large & small dogs, watering bowls, training equipment and more. Steve L Josias Dog Park and Equestrian Park is 1.5 miles north on US 27, east on Stirling RD at 5836 SW 193 WAY. Open daily 8 am to 6 pm, never crowded. No fee. No security in parking lot.

Did You Know Holly Lakers can use the clubhouse rec hall for free?

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Holly Lakers can use the clubhouse rec hall for free, per our Covenants, if their party or meeting is open to the community. No deposit if the kitchen is not used. Those residents who want to hold events for other residents for hobbies, religious study, political discussion, exercise class, child play dates, or even an open anniversary or birthday party can do so at no charge. You cannot exclude well-behaved residents, charge admission, sell anything, nor collect donations. Contact Kathryn Sajdak, Next Gen manager at 954-349-8777 or  Terry Moody, President at 954-850-5515 to reserve the space for your community activity.

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Join us for an interactive Poetry Workshop, "Get with the Prose," on Thursday, September 1 [Read More]

Free jazz begins again as the City of Pembroke Pines Jazz in the Pines Concert Series starts back up [Read More]

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CALL TO ARTISTS! We are currently accepting applications for the 15th Annual Art Competition [Read More]

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