Happy April, Eagle Point!!!
The HOA hopes that you and your family had a wonderful SPRING BREAK!
Eagle Point Homeowners Association Meeting
The next Eagle Point Homeowner meeting will be April 9th at 5:30PM at the Lee Branch Hampton Inn. As always, we appreciate the Hampton Inn for hosting our meetings. This meeting will have the candidates that are running for the Shelby County Board of Education Superintendent at the meeting. The candidates hope to share with the homeowners the importance and values they place on education for Shelby County children. We hope you will plan to attend the meeting. The candidates that will be attending the meeting: Dr. Lewis Brooks, Bragan Feldman, and Dr. Kristi Sayers. If you would like more information about the candidates, please scroll to the bottom of the newsletter for their bios:
Eagle Point Garage Sale
The HOA hopes you are ready for the April 14th neighborhood GARAGE SALE. Dont forget to get a red balloon for your mailbox, just make sure you remember to remove it at the end of the day! The Exchange Club will be in the neighborhood picking up leftover items, but you will need to call them and schedule a pick up at your address. The Exchange Club can be reached at 205-836-2495. Thanks to the nice Eagle Point Resident that called to give me the information.
Eagle Point Covenants
Please visit the Eagle Point Website at www.ephoa.org to read the NEW covenants that have been recently posted!
Please make sure to keep your sweet pets in your yard and do not let them roam on your neighbors property. The HOA has had several complaints over the last several weeks about pets roaming around the neighborhood, pets barking and running at residents and relieving themselves in homeowners yards that are not
their own. PLEASE remember to BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR!
Candidates for Superintendent
DR. LEWIS BROOKS is the current Assistant Superintendent of Administration for the Shelby County Board of Education. Dr. Brooks leads the Division of Administration and Pupil Services and supervises all aspects of student services including safety and security. He is the author of the Safe Schools Initiative ensuring a presence of school resource officers and law enforcement in all schools. Dr. Brooks has served as a district level executive leader for 12 years and as a teacher, assistant principal, and middle school coordinator ensuring that high academic standards are a priority. He has established partnerships with community leaders and parents in all Shelby County school zones. Brooks is a graduate of 2011 University of Alabama Superintendents Academy.
His web page is www.drlewisbrooks.com
Bragan Feldman - Is the daughter of a retired Shelby County teacher, the wife of a Shelby County teacher, the mother of two in Shelby County Schools and a businesswoman heavily vested in Shelby County, my heart has always been in our education system. I see this as an opportunity for me to serve my community and our schools, Feldman said. The education that I received in Shelby County prepared me to be truly dedicated to serving all of Shelby County and its wonderful schools. If elected, Feldman said she would continue the school boards work in preparing students for the workforce by keeping up with technology.
For more information about Feldmans campaign, visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/ElectBraganFeldman/posts/?ref=page_internal or email Feldman at BraganFeldman@gmail.com.
Dr. Kristi Sayers Has spent 14 years in Hoover City Schools and has been a part of Shelby County Schools since 2009 as a teacher, an assistant principal, a central office curriculum specialist working with curriculum for all high schools, a central office leader responsible for the professional development for the entire system and currently as principal at Oak Mountain High School. Dr. Sayers is a 2014 graduate of Leadership Shelby, a Birmingham TedX Fellow, a Nationally Board Certified Teacher; she also serves on the Board of Directors for Family Connections, Inc and was recently chosen as High School Principal of the Year for Region V.