Volunteers are always needed to power the committees and activities of our community. It is gratifying to know that just a small commitment of your time can make a big difference to our little community. Whether you can distribute flyers on your daily walk, or add your voice of wisdom as a member of the Board of Directors, or just smile and say, “Welcome!” to a new family. You can step up and be a real part of our homeowners association…our community… our neighborhood.

Volunteers are needed for the architectural control committee, the pool committee, the covenant committee, the social committee, the welcoming committee, and for the secretary.

What follows are some brief descriptions of the volunteer positions.
For more information or to volunteer please send an email to:


Board of Directors: (Requires a minimum of 5 members.) The members of the Board of Directors manage the affairs of the Association.

President: The President serves as the CEO of the Homeowners Association. The president handles much of the daily operational aspects which keep our community going. The President reports to the Board of Directors, which supplies the budget and approves the HOA expenditures.

Vice President: This position performs the duties and exercises the powers of the President in his/her absence or disability.

Treasurer: The treasurer shall have the custody of the corporate funds. Also, keeps full and accurate accounts of receipts and disbursements in books belonging to the Association.

Secretary: The secretary attends and takes minutes at all Board and HOA meetings. Assists in maintaining an accurate mailing list of HOA members and helps to prepare and distribute community newsletters.

Architectural Control Committee:  (Minimum of 3 volunteers.) The function of the ACC is to assure that any installation, construction or alteration to any LOT or of any STRUCTURE on any LOT shall be submitted to the ACC for approval. The ACC shall have the power and duty to approve or disapprove plans and specifications for any installation (s), construction or alterations to any lot or of any STRUCTURE on any LOT.

Covenant Committee:  (Minimum of 3 volunteers.) Members on this committee periodically drive through the community to check for violations. The homeowner (s) and the board are informed by receiving a copy of the Magnolia Gram with violation (s) specified.

Pool Committee:  (Minimum of 6 volunteers.) This committee coordinates with the pool service,  performs periodic checks, and adjusts chemical levels as needed to insure the best quality of water conditions. Opens and closes pool during operation hours. Keeps pool deck clean, tables and chairs straightened.

Events Committee/ Magnolia Gatherings:  (Minimum of 3 volunteers.)  Aids in planning of holiday parties and get-togethers.

Welcoming Committee:  (Minimum of 3 volunteers.) Greets and welcomes new residents, also answers any questions about the neighborhood and the HOA.