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1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the park or at the entrance to the community.
Next Meeting Date - To be announced
2. The Executive meets every last Saturday of the month.
3. Maintenence Dues
• Monthly payment - $200
• Quarterly payment - $500
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The White Water Meadows Citizens' Association (A Registered Charitable Organisation) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization whose mandate is to represent its members in all matters of public interests related to the preservation, protection and enhancement of the life and welfare of the community.
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As we close another year, we look forward to the next with renewed hope. Though the challenges of the old year will not magically disappear at the start of 2016, the lessons we learn as we reflect on the past should give us the wisdom and confidence to successfully overcome them with sustained effort.
In 2015 we lost some dear community members who contributed much to the character and positive image of our community. We continue to sympathise with their families and urge you to continue giving them whatever support you can because families never really recover from these losses. While we can't replace them we should seek to continue the important work that they have started and to build on what they have laid so that all the work that they have done will not die with them but stand as living tributes to their memories.
Some families reaped great returns on their investments in their children. In 2015 several of our children earned good high school places through GSAT and several others had outstanding CSEC results. At the top of that list were four who earned between 8 and 10 Grade One passes. When the top performer told his story it was one of consistent, hard work and sacrifices while trying to maintain a balanced life. From that, it is clear that their parents have successfully taught some of the essential ingredients to positive success in life and we look forward to celebrating their future successes. At the same time, we must not forget to support and encourage those who have had lesser levels of success because if they learn the formula, they too can reap great success in their endeavours. Several families also celebrated graduations at the tertiary level. Congratulations to all.
Geraldine Campbell, mother of Donald Tomlinson, passed on December 18, 2015
Arrangements are as follows:
A prayer service / wake will be held on Saturday, January 9, 2016 at Lot 137 Stanhope Road, White Water Meadows, St. Catherine
Thanks Giving Service will be held on Sunday, January 10, 2016 at the Diamond Acres SDA Church Frenchman Heights, St.Catherine at 1:pm ( bus leaves Stanhope Road at 12:15)
Please contact Donald Tomlinson at 540-2467 for any further directions.
Donald has been a dedicated servant our community since its inception. Please join us in supporting him through this very difficult period.
Over the past three years of our administration we have had much difficulty getting the support of our political representatives. We believe that this has been so because there are relatively few registered voters in our community. This problem can be solved easily just by having all eligible members of our community registered or transferring there votes here.
No politician will ignore a community with more than a thousand voters that are not die-hard party supporters that can be swayed by their opponents. We do not care whether you will actually vote. Our interest is in increasing the political power of the community which can be used to negotiate better quality representation for us and we are not just thinking about the immediate general election.
Other communities use their numbers on the voters list to influence politicians so let us do it too.
Please remember that thieves also make preparations for the Season by increasing their activities.
We have had a few reports of persons being robbed on the border with Sydenham Villas (top of Stanhope). These incidents have happened at night. Two incidents have featured a silver Toyota Corolla motor car
There has also been an attempted daylight (mid-morning) robbery in the vicinity of the park.
Please bear the following in mind for the season:
We wish all a safe, healthy and holy Christmas. Challenges will arise in the course of life but working together gives more power to tackle and overcome them so let us be there to support each in any small way that we can