Memorial Day Weekend Events
Memorial Day Casino Night
Saturday, May 28 • 6-9pm • WB Rec. Center • 3000 Shoreline Drive
We have a winner! It’s Wells Branch! From 6-9pm, the MUD presents an adults-only evening of gaming for our residents ages 21 and up ONLY; IDs will be checked at the door. Join your neighbors at 3000 Shoreline Drive as the MUD transforms the Recreation Center into a casino using professional tables and dealers. Stick around following the gaming for more fun and the opportunity to “spend” your winnings on a variety of prizes.
Sunday, May 29 • Noon-4pm • KF Pool • 2106 Klattenhoff Drive
Wells Branch is kicking off the summer with our second annual Splash Day at the KF Pool. Come out from noon to 4 pm for swimming, pool games and water safety education. Admission is free and the MUD will have giveaway items for children.
Volunteer Deputy Voter Registrar Training THIS Thursday, May 19!
It’s an election year and we need to get ALL of our Wells Branch neighbors registered! In order to accomplish this, we need volunteers. It only takes an hour of your time to get certified and you can be as involved (or uninvolved) as you’d like. Training enables you to be a resource to new neighbors, at community events, school, church, and social groups.
If you’d like to be a part of this effort (however big or small), we have a training session set for Thursday, May 19, at 6:30pm at the Rec. Center, 3000 Shoreline Drive. We need an approximate head count so that Travis County can bring adequate supplies. Please reserve your spot at email@example.com. Questions? Call 512-656-0654.
Updates Coming Soon
Updates to all the construction pages are mentioned in the current newsletter. They will be coming this weekend so please check back. We apologize for the delay.
Pflugerville Firefighters Remind You to Get Ready for Severe Weather
Flooding: TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN
Central Texas is known as a hotbed of flash floods, which are the #1 cause of weather-related deaths in the U.S. Most of these deaths occur when drivers try to drive through floodwaters, while others happen when pedestrians try to walk through or near flooded areas. Just six inches of rushing water can knock down an adult, and much less for a child.
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