Thanks so much for all your participation in the recent It’s My Park Day and Mulch Party. It’s the involvement of volunteers like you that makes Scofield Farms such a terrific place to call home! Here are some photos of volunteers from the recent mulch spreading event at Scofield Farms Park.
What a great time we had at the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30! Many thanks to Laura Nattinger and Lisa Griggs for all their hard work in planning such a fun event. The children enjoyed an egg hunt, refreshments, face painting and even a petting zoo! Here are some photos from the morning’s festivities.
We are looking forward to a great pool season this year! Improvements to the pool area are still ongoing; therefore, the pool will open for the season on Sunday, April 14. Your Scofield ROA will celebrate the start of the pool season with a pool opening party with frozen custard and live music on the 14th from 3 pm to 6 pm. More details about the party are available here.
Our spring neighborhood garage sale will be held on Saturday, April 6, from 8 am to 12 pm. Scofield Farms has 20 homes participating this year. Please see the attached map to direct you to the many bargains available! We are also partnering with Scofield Ridge on this event, and they will begin their sale at 7 am (map to Scofield Ridge locations).
It’s that time again! Come join us for the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Scofield Farms Park on Saturday, March 30 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. We’ll have Easter egg hunts for ages 3 and under, 4-6 and 7 and up as well as food and the Tiny Tails to You petting zoo. If you plan to participate, please deliver a dozen eggs *per participating child* to Laura Nattinger’s house, 1416 Braided Rope Drive, by Saturday, March 23. The eggs should be stuffed with individually-wrapped candy and/or small toys. If possible, please avoid sending golden-colored eggs, since they tend to get confused with the prize golden eggs that we hide for each age group. We’d also like for parents/grandparents to add a note listing their kids’ ages to the bag of eggs they drop off, so we can better distribute the eggs into the appropriate age groups. See you there – don’t miss the fun!