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You know what they say about all work and no play…on second thought, let’s not even talk about work! This Labor Day we have the day off, and it’s a perfect time to fire up those grills and enjoy the three-day weekend. Happy Labor Day everyone! Thank you for your tireless work. Now kick back, relax, and enjoy your day off. You’ve earned it! All NETX Properties offices will be closed on Monday, September 5th.

 

 

Mark your calendar. Grandparents Day is coming. It’s a day when we stop to honor grandparents and grand-friends for their contributions to our families, neighborhoods and communities. It’s also a time to remind people of all ages they can do something grand with another or for another generation. ‘Do Something Grand’ and engage with another generation on Grandparents Day.

 

        

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Reminder: Smoking and vaping is not allowed inside any apartment or house owned or managed by NETX Properties.

The leaves yellow, the crickets change their song. The ever so subtle shift in nature that says, “Yes, it’s hot right now, but the first day of Autumn is coming September 22. It is so exciting to watch the leaves change colors and listen to the sounds of nature as we sit outside with a blanket over our lap  and feeling the cool breeze.  There is something about September that makes you want to slow down, take long walks and deep breaths, and enjoy the world around you.

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Everyone has a story about where they were when the world changed on September 11, 2001. It’s the most upsetting, most uncomfortable, and most fascinating conversation to have, to hear what people remember and what they felt, Though it’s been two decades, the reminders of that day are constant, and the pain is still fresh for many. Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives that day. Let us remember the brave people who fought to try to stay alive and those who passed away in the vicious attacks. Victims included first responders, emergency workers, police officers, firefighters and innocent citizens. Many of us have personal memories, cultural memories and political memories; sometimes the line between them blurs. Nearly one-fifth of the country is too young to remember firsthand the day that changed everything. That hardly means they haven’t been paying attention, though; they “remember” even if they weren’t around. A moment of silence is observed at 8:46AM, the minute the first of four hijacked planes slammed into the World Trade Center in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001.

Reminder: if our maintenance staff has to pick up trash from YOUR yard in order to complete their tasks, a service fee will be charged. You are responsible for the trash in your yard regardless to how it got there.  Use that money for your family instead, so keep your yard clean.

 

Saturday in the Park and Chili Cook-Off is September 24th, 8:00AM-5:00PM. Chili will be served at 4:00PM. Don’t forget the long standing tradition of Oktoberfest starts October 1st starting with the parade at 10:00AM.

 

 

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         WISE ADVICE FROM A FARMER’S WIFE

1. Whenever you return a borrowed pie pan, make sure it’s got a warm pie in it.

2. Invite lots of folks to supper. You can always add more water to the soup.

3. Make home a happy place for the kids. Everybody returns to their happy place.

4. It is a whole lot easier to get breakfast from a chicken than a pig.

5. It is easy to clean an empty house, but hard to live in one.

6. Homemade is better than store bought.

7. A tongue is like a knife. The sharper it is, the deeper it cuts.

8. A good neighbor always knows when to visit and when to leave.

9. The softer you talk the closer folks will listen.

10. Visit old people who can’t get out. Some day you will be one.

 

 

 

RENT IS DUE BY THE END OF THE 5TH  DAY OF EACH MONTH.  LATE CHARGES ADDED BEORE THE OFFICE OPENS ON THE 6TH.

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New Boston Family Clinic-Ian Watson, APRN, will be at the Rice Street Community Room from 3:00PM-4:00PM, September 7, in New Boston. He will be sharing a variety of the medical services they provide.

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HEALTH and HAPPINESS

12 THINGS TO ALWAYS REMEMBER:

1. The past cannot be changed.

2. Opinions don’t define your reality.

3. Everyone’s journey is different.

4. Things always get better with time.

5. Judgments are a confession of character.

6. Overthinking will lead to sadness.

7. Happiness is found within.

8. Positive thoughts create positive things.

9. Smiles are contagious.

10. Kindness is free.

11. You only fail if you quit.

12. What goes around, comes around.

 

 

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Please note: NETX Properties will not call you back to confirm your work order and we do not call ahead to let you know we’re coming - the fact that you are requesting maintenance services means you are giving us permission to enter your unit. If we do the work when you are not home, we will leave a notice letting you know.

 

 

Cal Davis, Executive Director

 

Phone: 903-628-2951

Fax: 903-628-8001

 

After Hours Maintenance: 903-278-5477

Email: info@netxproperties.org

Emergency:  911– Ask for New Boston 

Centerpoint Energy:  1-800-259-5544

AEP (SWEPCO):  1-877-373-4585

 

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