Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
With the reopening of the Clubhouse, we hope to resume monthly General Meetings and we have plans for even more programs and activities in the near future.
The Board is closely monitoring the situation regarding the Coronavirus when we decide to go forward with events, we ask that anyone who feels ill or demonstrates any symptoms of the virus remain at home.
We will continue to follow the recommendations from the CDC and the health department and ask that our attendees do the same.
The C.A. Co-Op is still open and still getting new stock weekly. We are also still accepting new memberships. You can REGISTER online and pay your monthly membership dues the first time you come in to shop.
Co-Op membership is $10 per month and includes a bag that can be filled with food and beverages. Non-Association members will be able to fill their bag twice per month, while Association members will enjoy three visits per month.
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Co-Op got off to a rather chaotic start but we were determined to get it up and running, despite the challenges. The Co-Op hours are under review as we try to come up with a schedule that meets everyone’s needs. In the interim, please call us at 727-755-8389 to schedule an appointment to shop.
We need volunteers to help at the Co-Op during open hours and to sort and shelve products. Please contact us if you’d like to donate or help.
Free Hot Dinners
In our ongoing mission to provide for the health and wellbeing of our community, the Holiday Lake Estates Civic Association has partnered with One Community Now and Spartan Manor to provide hot meals to families in HLE, HLW, The Villas and surrounding communities.
Meals are provided on Wednesdays from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM at the Civic Center. Meals are provided as a drive-through experience (you will pick your meals up and take them home to eat). At this time, no pre-registration is required. Simply come to the center at 3624 Atlantis during the distribution hours.
Please pass this information on to anyone who may be in need.
Member Savings Program
To add value to your membership, we continue to partner with local businesses to bring our members discounts and specials. The program continues to expand, so check back frequently for new partners.
If you or someone you know is a local business owner interested in participating, please contact us for information.
We are hoping to hold a General Meeting in June and will send an email notification to members when we have a confirmed date.
Everyone is invited to attend. If you are not a member, check our website for the date and time.
Community Yard Sale
Date and Time TBA
2nd Annual Trunk or Treat
Saturday | October 24 | 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM
We’ll need volunteers
Donations of Candy and Prizes
5/25 – Susan Casper
With the re-opening of the Clubhouse, we plan to offer bigger and better member benefits. You’ll get special member discounts on events and hall rental, extra visits to the C.A. Co-Op, and special discounts and incentives from community partners to name a few.
The Civic Association depends on membership dollars to help us in our mission. Membership in the Association is only $25 per adult per year. If you’re not a member, please consider joining today. You can join online or print a membership form and bring it to a General Meeting, held at the Clubhouse the fourth Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM
Margot Zukowski, President
Melissa Tyler, Vice President
Lin Raveling, Trustee