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Mark Your Calendars:

TOCA Business Meeting
Tuesday, April 24, 2018 - 7PM
Jackson Springs Community Center

Membership Renewal

 
2018 Annual Membership Options

Contact Phone Number

2018 TOCA Membership - Don’t forget to renew your TOCA Membership. A $10 annual donation (or more if you choose) supports year-round community events and services that maintain the quality of living in our beautiful community.

If you have not joined or renewed your membership for 2018, there are two options:
  • Pay via clicking the PayPal button to the right.
  • Or take the time now to complete the application mailed to you or click this link in order to download the 2018 TOCA Membership Application and mail it along with your check made out to TOCA. Mail your check today to: Twelve Oaks Civic Association at P.O. Box 261012 Tampa, Florida 33685-1012.
Please include your email address and phone number as they are very important and make it possible for the association to communicate important information to residents in a timely manner.

Thank you to residents who received and responded to the “mail-out”. A special thank you to those who not only paid their $10 dues but made an additional donation to TOCA. We appreciate your support. (Membership total as of March 10th is 363.) Dumpster Day, the Garage Sale, holiday events & decorations, doggie bags & dispensers, trash receptacles, quarterly informative meetings, and our award-winning monthly newsletter are a few of the many worthwhile activities led and supported by TOCA. Your support keeps your Twelve Oaks community a cleaner, safer, friendlier place to live and raise a family. A strong association supported by its residents adds value to homes in our community.

2018 Memberships received February 10th through March 10th:

Amber - 9 homes – 4 members
  • Ian & Doreen Renton
Armand Cr - 46 homes - 22 members
  • Yenier Martinez & Rosa Torres
Armand Dr - 10 homes – 6 members

Barry - 38 homes – 17 members
  • Loraine Butler & Loremy Matos
  • Paulo Ponce & Andrea Covarrubias
Brookhaven - 17 homes – 7 members

Brook Hollow - 10 homes - 2 members

Brookview - 49 homes – 16 members
  • Stan & Marian Stowe
  • Hilton Vargas & Milagros Roman
  • Vic & Mary Nieves
  • David Everett
  • Lucas & Rafaella Ceron
  • Jim & Jan Hellwig
Clearview - 33 homes – 8 members
  • Bob Pinard
Edenbrook - 16 homes – 7 members
  • Hilbert & Olya Valdez
Fairbrook - 5 homes - 1 member

Fairford - 8 homes – 5 members

Forestview - 5 homes – 2 members

Greenshire - 53 homes – 15 members
  • Lionel & Kathy Henry
  • Michael & Kathya Claude
  • George & Marta Perez-Borroto
Heather - 13 homes – 4 members
  • Eliu & Onix Castillo
  • Marilin Prieto & Iroel Hernandez
Heathermoor - 11 homes – 5 members
  • Ray & Barbara Johnson
  • Butch & Jeanette Dorris
  • Paul & Grettel Martinez
Kirkwood - 21 homes – 5 members
  • Andrew & Elaine Marrero
Malvern - 58 homes – 7 members
  • Cynthia Carbonell & Armando Peña
  • Adriano Triana
  • Joaquin Blanco & Sylvia Cubillas
Mayfair - 18 homes – 7 members
  • Rayge Sanchez & Leyanis Suarez
Meadow - 45 homes – 14 members
  • Larry & Judy Palmer
Mitchell - 40 homes – 16 members
  • Merlando & Coleen Corlis
  • Marlen Gonzalez
Nova - 23 homes – 4 members
  • Amy Stephenson
  • Hector Vega & Dianelly Agudelo
Oakmoor - 3 homes – 3 members
  • Phillip & Indira Gonsalves
Oakview - 26 homes – 10 members
  • Michael Johnson
  • Jimmy & Janet Puleo
  • Conrad & Michelle Rhoden
Oakvista - 50 homes – 23 members
  • Jorge & Arentxa Munoz
  • John & Susan Fernandez
  • Eduardo Villamil
  • John & Marga Jones
Overbrook - 12 homes – 7 members
  • Eva Luzon
  • Gayle Zeno
  • Sarah Richards
  • Nanci Schnur
  • Joe & Mary Jo Hahn
  • Terry & Suk Ja Raulerson
  • Nancy Cloonan
Palmbrook - 35 homes – 2 members

Rustic - 31 homes – 5 members
  • Yuslein & Dailyn Aguila
  • Amparo Taylor
  • Louis & Carla Quiles
Seton - 15 homes – 3 members
  • Richard & Vivian Benson
Shady - 14 homes – 7 members
  • Greg & Connie Pietz
Spring Ct - 6 homes – 3 members

Summerbridge - 41 homes – 19 members
  • Michael Gardner & Julie Santelices
  • Zhilma Rodriguez
  • Yasleidy Blanco
Sunshine - 27 homes – 6 members
  • Sam & Aileen Wilson
  • Julie Gentry & Mary Halstead
  • Rocky Moreno & Shakira Fontalvo
  • Carlos Hernandez
Twelve Oaks - 100 homes – 43 members
  • Marty Sanford & Evelin Polo
  • Bret Hart & Julie Hirst
  • Edythe Senick
  • Roland & Teresa Morgado
  • Brian & Nancy Seufert
  • Wayne & Ruth Ramberac
  • Barbara Peters
Vassar - 37 homes – 13 members
  • Loretta Paccione
  • Ray & Joan Serre
  • Patrick & Cherish Smith
  • Noah & Noel Thompson
Williams - 24 homes – 5 members
  • Rolando Gonzales
Willow – 9 homes – 5 members

Windwood - 14 homes - 6 members
  • Robin Niven & Angela DeRocco
  • Mislaydis Cabrera-Linares
  • Vivian Rivera-Figueroa
Woodhall - 11 homes – 4 members
  • James & Sandra Blanchard
Woodkirk - 11 homes – 4 members
  • Kerry Sorrell

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News

  Changes AheadChanges With Holiday Celebrations In Twelve Oaks - As is often said, change is inevitable. For most folks, change is also difficult. That being said and following extensive discussion at the January 23rd Business Meeting, the TOCA Board unanimously voted to discontinue luminary distribution to residents.

For the past few years less than 100 residents actually displayed the luminaries and vehicles parked along our streets hid many of the luminaries that were displayed. The annual cost for this event, which included candles, bags, sand, and supplies exceeded $500.

Yes! The 2018 Holiday Celebration will be different. It will be called “Santa Fest” and will also be the kickoff for TOCA’s Annual Membership Drive. Planned activities include Santa, who will be available throughout the festivities, free hotdogs and hot chocolate for everyone, and vendor booths to offer holiday crafts, gifts, baked goods, and more. The TOCA Board plans to continue displaying luminaries at all entrances on Christmas Eve.

For some of us this change is going to be difficult. It does not mean, however, that it won’t be worth it. The Twelve Oaks spirit is alive and well, just a little different. Please join us and mark your calendars now for December 15th. We encourage you to stop by and visit with friends and neighbors to start the holiday season.

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2018 TOCA Officers and Directors

Officers: Directors:
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TOCA Business Meeting Minutes - January 23, 2018
Janet Owen, Secretary

President Rosemarie Middleton called the meeting to order at 7:05 pm. Board members in attendance were Marsha Craig, Mercita Ramos, Sarah Richards, Sue Pritchard, Janet Owen, Susan Stringfellow, Martha Holmes, Jennifer Polizzi, and Scott Galusha. Board members absent were Chantale Pierre-Louis and Rose Moyer. Guests were Haden Polizzi, Heather Hale, and John Fernandez. Rosemarie welcomed Scott Galusha and Jennifer Polizzi to the Board.

Minutes: The minutes of the October 24, 2017 meeting were approved as read.

Treasurer's Report: The final 2017 treasurer’s report and 2018 Proposed Budget were approved as presented. Rosemarie reported that Chantale had filed the 2018 Annual Corporate Documents for TOCA with the State of Florida.

Annual Housekeeping: President Middleton reported or conducted the following business:
  • Board members must remit TOCA membership dues.
  • TOCA By-Laws and Twelve Oaks Deed Restrictions will be emailed to all Board members.
  • The 2018 “Acorn” contract was automatically renewed.
  • Directors were appointed to the following positions:
    • Membership: Mercita Ramos
    • Volunteer Coordinator: Sarah Richards
    • Publicist/Archivist: Sue Pritchard and resident / volunteer assistant, Heather Hale
    • Social Activities: Marsha Craig
    • Welcome: Rose Moyer
    • Sunshine: Marsha Craig
    • Noise Committee: Martha Holmes
  • The 2018 Timeline was reviewed.
  • Business Meetings will continue at the Jackson Springs Community Center.
  • General Membership Meetings will continue at the Town ‘N County Library.
Old Business:
  • 2017 Membership – Final report = 488 members
  • 2018 Membership Drive –
    • Goal = 500, current for 2018 = 186
    • Mercita is leading membership mail-out campaign
  • Christmas:
    • Final Report: TOCA charity, Operation Helping Hand, was awarded $550 ($300 from TOCA and $250 from residents’ donations).
    • Holiday Light Fight: A committee will establish guidelines for this event by April 2018.
    • TOCA will purchase at least one new 72” wreath. Rosemarie and Sue Pritchard are investigating options for purchase. Plans include adding lighting to all wreaths.
  • Doggie Bags & Dispensers: Kept well-stocked by volunteers
  • Noise Committee: Martha announced that she was uninformed and did not attend recent TIA Meeting. Guest John Fernandez reported that he attended the meeting and encouraged all interested residents to stay informed about air traffic and noise concerns on TIA’s Casper System website.
New Business
  • Community Picnic: In October 2017, Board voted not to include a picnic in the 2018 event calendar.
  • Luminaries: Following discussion, the Board unanimously voted to discontinue luminary distribution to residents. TOCA plans to continue displaying luminaries at all entrances. Christmas in Twelve Oaks 2018 will be called “Santa Fest” and will continue to be the kickoff for TOCA’s membership drive. The date for 2018 is December 15th. Planned activities include Santa, who will be available throughout, free hotdogs and hot chocolate for everyone, and vendor booths to offer holiday crafts, gifts, and baked goods. The Town ‘N Country Garden Circle will be contacted about having a booth with plants.
  • Rosemarie will contact the County about applying for a Community Cleanup Grant for sometime in April.
  • 2018 Neighborhood Improvement: Rosemarie will investigate the re-make of our TOCA magnet with important contact numbers. This magnet will be included in “welcome packages” to new residents, given out at TOCA meetings, and at Membership Drives.
  • Door Prizes for 2018 Membership Meeting: Rosemarie distributed letters to Board members to solicit for potential donors.
  • February 27th General Membership Meeting: Rosemarie has finalized plans with Hillsborough County Solid Waste and has specifically requested representatives from Republic Waste.
  • May 22nd General Membership Meeting: The agenda will include honoring and recognizing TOCA’s community volunteers. Hillsborough County’s Department of Emergency Management – Hurricanes - will present information on hurricane readiness and preparation.

The meeting adjourned at 8:45 pm. The next business meeting is April 24th.

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