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Keystone Connection News - APRIL 2023








 

A Note From Your Editor, Cassandra Leonard


APRIL! SPRING HAS SPRUNG!

We would love to highlight life in Keystone/Odessa much more. Please share your adorable animal - fam pictures or a great story about where you live! It is our goal to share more about our community and resident businesses.


If we want to WIN against development it truly takes everyone living in our community to step in, help, and work together respectfully. Agree to disagree in the utmost respectful way, but keep in mind our common GOALS. Get involved if you want action. Be part of the solution, not the problem. If you do not wish to be on the BOD, there is no job too small for the MANY tasks we are overwhelmed to handle, volunteers appreciated. This is a very small group "to keep wheels moving forward on the bus" that have very busy lives too! . Don't forget to please share pictures of the area, recipes, hot news and interview availability, hot topics, Email to: KCAWebmin@gmail.com.

"Unity is strength when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved." ~ Mattie Stepanek "There is more power in unity than division." ~ Emanuel Cleaver

Please support our amazing Business Sponsors featured in this newsletter!


 

Thursday, April 27, 2023

GENERAL MEETING

will be at American Legion Post 147

 

It's Time ONE WEEK!

For the 2023 Chili Cook Off and Business Expo & Craft Fair of the Year!


MEMBERS WE NEED YOUR INVOLVEMENT on this Committee. There is much to be done for this event. Please reach out to our Committee Chair or Co-Chair to SIGN UP Today! Email us to KCASpecEvents@gmail.com to SIGN UP Today!


IT'S HERE ONE WEEK! MAY 6TH, 2023


Get your Chili Pepper Hats on and Register your Pot of Chili ! Lets see if you can be the next winner to carry the Trophy for a Year of Bragging Rights! Local Businesses you can display your best !


TO SIGN UP OR FOR INQUIRES PLEASE EMAIL: KCA Special Events Visit Event Page on Website

 

Oppose Senate Bill 540, the companion bill to HB 359

Send letters to Senators this bill would have detrimental impacts to ALL Comprehensive Plans in the State


Sample Letter to send via Email with list is below:





Letter Sample: Dear Senator(s), As you are an elected representative for we the people, to assure our best interest on decisions made that will impact not only our sanctuaries, but that of our environment, water sheds, nature/animals habitats, etc. for generations to come, we request your position be as noted herein. You may want to oppose Senate Bill 540, the companion bill to HB 359. This bill will have a significant negative impact on citizens of Florida whose only wish is to prevent uncontrolled development in communities within Comprehensive Plans and Community Plans. The bill stipulates that anyone who loses a legal challenge to a comprehensive plan — or comprehensive plan amendment — must pay the winner’s attorney fees and costs. You can understand why that proposal might dissuade citizens filing such a challenge. And that, of course, is exactly what Florida’s developers want. This bill seeks to strip power from citizens and undermine the spirit of Florida’s comprehensive planning laws. If passed it represents a victory for sprawl over judicious planning — and common sense by punishing citizens who dare question it. Please review this carefully and consider the negative impact it will have on growth management and the future of Florida. This bill is scheduled to come before the Committee on Community Affairs on March 22, 2023. Please Oppose this unnecessary change to current Florida Statutes 163.3177, 163.3184, 163.3187 and 163.3215. Please re-establish the bipartisan consensus for a common-sense state role in growth management. SB 540: Local Government Comprehensive Plans GENERAL BILL by DiCeglie Local Government Comprehensive Plans; Authorizing certain administrative modifications to capital improvement schedules; providing that the prevailing party in a challenge to a plan or plan amendment is entitled to recover attorney fees and costs; awarding attorney fees and costs, including reasonable appellate attorney fees and costs, to the prevailing party in a challenge to the compliance of a small scale development amendment, etc.


Thank you for your consideration and respect of our request.


Sincerely,


(Your Name)


A Life long Florida Resident

Odessa, Florida


Email to Senators:


 

LAND USE NEWS

KCA LAND USE UPDATE

The KCA Membership voted on March 23, 2023 that KCA is in opposition to the three upcoming petitions as they are not consistent with the Hillsborough Comprehensive Plan or the Keystone Odessa Community Plan:

1. RZ-STD 22-1431 was scheduled for April 17, 2023. This is the proposed rezoning to commercial zoning at Racetrack Rd and Gunn Hwy. The County found it to be inconsistent. A letter to the county on behalf of KCA has been submitted and included in Optix. Clara Lawhead, President Elect, spoke in opposition at the Land Use Hearing Officer Meeting as well as 4 other community residents. The owner of the property is a Keystone resident and asked on April 4 to meet with the KCA Board to hear what restrictions he could include to be in accordance with the Keystone Odessa Community Plan (KOCP). If his plan does not conform, there is no reason to have him at the general meeting unless there is a special circumstance that the membership would appreciate being made aware of. This demonstrates professionalism, and willingness to work through challenges. This proactive approach can shorten the time to a resolution and save tens of thousands in legal fees. In the end, members will decide!

APRIL 19th: The applicant has withdrawn his petition. 2. MM 22-1638 is out of order for April 17, 2023 and has been continued to May 15, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. This is the proposed recreational center at Gunn Hwy/Wayne Rd. The county found this petition to be inconsistent. The membership voted on March 23 to oppose the petition as presented.

3. RZ-PD 22-1330 This is the proposed RV Park on Lutz Lake Fern Road. APRIL 14th: The applicant has withdrawn his petition. The Variance requests in place current: 1. VAR-23-0126 17896 Boy Scout Rd - Next Hearing Date: April 24, 2023 Requesting 900-1200 sq ft of living area above the barn (300 sq ft additional for residence of manager of the barn and horses). 2. VAR-23-0005 Whirley Rd/Scott Rd -Next Hearing Date: May 22, 2023 This application is out of order to be heard and is being continued to the May 22, 2023 Land Use Hearing Officer meeting. Fence in violation of code 4' in front 6' on side/back. 4501 Scott Road, Fence Variance (next to Lake Park which is in Keystone Boundaries).

 

Keystone Odessa Community Plan Commercial Use Defined

(taken directly from our KOCP Plan Read below)


by KCA President, Mike Atherton


Commercial :

The Keystone-Odessa community desires to have uses that are geared to serving the daily needs of area residents, in a scale and design that complements the character of the community. Currently there are approximately 267,000 square feet of commercial development approved and not built within the community planning area. It is the desire of the community to encourage transfer of development rights for some of the currently approved unbuilt commercial within the community planning area and to direct new commercial to the intersection of Gunn Highway and North Mobley Road with the community plan boundary, and to other eligible receiving areas in Hillsborough County.


The intersection at Gunn Highway and North Mobley Road is recognized as a rural activity center by the community, and designed to serve the majority of the community’s daily shopping needs such as groceries, post office, animal supplies, etc. To ensure that the area is developed in compliance with the Keystone-Odessa Community Plan this area has been defined as an overlay district within the County’s land development code.


The overlay district incorporates specific design guidelines that include:

• staggered building orientations, with interruptions in roof lines and structures;

• public courtyards or open space(s) with shade trees;

• architectural features to emphasize the location of the center;

• connected structures with covered walkways made of pavers, brick or boardwalks;

• residential style pitched roof lines;

• external facades made of wood siding, brick or vinyl material;

• preserved natural areas to act as buffers along perimeters;

irregular vehicular circulation and parking patterns to accommodate existing trees;

• signage in scale and related to architectural character of the center (externally illuminated monument signs not pole signs);

• drought tolerant tree and vegetation plantings for shade, screening and buffers along roadways; and,

• nighttime lighting that mimics gaslights or kerosene lights.

The Gunn Highway and North Mobley Road rural activity center area (overlay district) is generally shown on the illustrated plan (of the Keystone-Odessa background documentation).


Other Commercial

The desired rural commercial character for the Keystone-Odessa community includes uses which:

• are small in scale; (both in square footage for individual structures and in the FAR);

are specifically geared to serve the agricultural and equestrian interests in the area;

• are designed using an architectural style which reflects a rural vernacular with metal or wood shake roofs; and,

• have exterior walls constructed of natural materials (vs. a “franchise architecture” appearance).


Tourist/Leisure Industries

The Keystone-Odessa community recognizes that its attractive natural amenities, and active equestrian accommodations and related activities are unique characteristics that attract tourists. Regulations adopted in the County’s land development code will ensure the continuation and expansion of uses that support the equestrian and agricultural activities for their tourist value. These land development regulations will support the creation of uses such as bed and breakfasts, dude ranches, riding stables, horse track support facilities, and equestrian facilities (in scale and designed to be compatible with the community).


For more information and to familiarize with our KOCP please click link below:


 

County Connections To Tomorrow


Engagement Opportunities

Tuesday | 04.25.23 | 6 pm | Future Land Use Update Public Engagement Meeting #1 | Register for this virtual meeting | Also, take a survey on how you see the future of unincorporated Hillsborough County by April 30 to be eligible for $100 Publix Gift Card drawings!


Wednesday | 04.26.23 | 1–5 pm | Greater Palm River Area Community Plan Update Office Hours | Emanuel P. Johnson Recreation Center 5855 S 78th St Tampa FL 33619 | The community is invited to chat one-on-one with staff | Learn more


Tuesday | 05.02.23 | 5–7 pm | Future Land Use Update Project Advisory Team (PAT) Meeting #1 | Plan Hillsborough Room at County Center, 601 E Kennedy Blvd, 18th Floor, Tampa 33602 | Contact Andrea Papandrew to sign up at: papandrewa@plancom.org

Come out and see us at the Environmental Protection Commission's 2023 Clean Air Fair on Thursday, May 4 from 11:30 am–1:30 pm in Downtown Tampa at Poe Plaza | Stop by to talk about sustainability!

Tuesday | 05.16.23 | 6:30 pm | Future Land Use Update Public Engagement Meeting #2 (in person) | Brandon Park & Recreation Center, 502 E Sadie St, Brandon 33510 | Topics include: centers and connections, transit-oriented development, and commercial locational criteria | Questions? Contact Andrea Papandrew at:papandrewa@plancom.org


Tuesday | 05.23.23 | 6 pm | Future Land Use Update Public Engagement Meeting #3 | Register for this virtual meeting | Topics include: centers and connections, transit oriented development, and commercial locational criteria


Thursday | 10.18.23 | 5:15-8:15 pm | Save the date and plan to join us for the Planning Commission's 41st Annual Planning & Design Awards presented by TECO | Hosted by Brendan McLaughlin at the Bryan Glazer Family Jewish Community Center | Tickets go on sale in September | Call for Entries | Become a Sponsor


 


 

Keystone History

 

HISTORY ON KEYSTONE CIVIC ASSOCIATION

submitted by Clara Lawhead


The Keystone Civic Association was organized in 1948 and has over 75 years of history, working thoughtfully to protect and preserve the heritage of our community. In 1958 KCA and its membership worked with the Hillsborough County, Parks and Recreation Department to build a Keystone Recreation Center. It was agreed that the county would pour the foundation, furnish roofing and landscaping if the civic club would supply the concrete blocks, windows and association labor. The new building was dedicated April 26, 1959.They worked with the county commission to create in partnership, the activity center which we’re all proud of and enjoy. In 2001, is when the KCA group of residents came together to develop the KOCP- Keystone Odessa Community Plan that is now up for review by 2025.

In the book: History of Keystone Odessa and Citrus Park, volume I and II. “During the ensuing years the “Civic Club” has become a vocal and moving force in county and state politics, West Coast water problems and environmental matters affecting our rural way of life”.



 

Rural Life In Keystone

Picture of the Month

 


APRIL SPRING COVER! "LOUIE"

Only in Keystone can you find a mascot Canary who sings so beautifully when you visit Yellow Bird Studios!


COMMITTEE NEWS

 

AGRICULTURE

submitted by Janise Man-Son-Hing


EDCC Disease AlertGo to https://equinediseasecc.org/alerts for more information on these alerts:


Strangles

ON: Oxford County

FL: Marion County

 

KCA GRANTS

by Clara Lawhead KCA is granting wishes!


The KCA has been granting wishes for the past two years in an innovative approach to meeting community needs. Last year the grant project funded six projects and this year five organizations applied and were funded.


Each KCA grant is awarded for up to $500.00. Recipients included: Odessa Wildlife Rescue and Sanctuary, Inc.; Walker Middle School Walker Ag Club garden and animal habitat; Hammond Elementary School (2) water station 2019 and Canopy Project 2021; American Legion Post toward new roof; Hillsborough County Parks Conservation Security Cameras (Lake Park); Keys to Kindness Scholarships for Keystone Children with financial need; Odessa Wranglers 4H; Keystone Prep Greenhouse project; African Methodist Episcopal Church, MT Pleasant AME Church Restoration Project; and Owls Nest Sanctuary.


If you or your organization has a worthy community project that benefits Keystone residents or inhabitants, please consider making an application for your project. Go the Keystone Civic Association Website and complete the online grant application: Community Grant Opportunities - KCA . You can submit it online or sent it to: Clara@Lawhead.us. If you have any questions, please call me at 813-376-0474 for more information. We are so pleased to be able to offer this opportunity for our Keystone community.

 

NATIONAL ORGANIZE YOUR FILES WEEK

by Krys Wloch, Chair KCA ERC Committee

It’s National Organize Your Files Week!


This week celebrates National Organize Your Files Week, taking place April 23rd through the 27th. We all know if we took a look inside our filing systems that we could find room for improvement, some more than others! So here are some tips for improving your paper file organization this week. Spend just 15 minutes each day to organize one aspect of your paper files:

- Sort through your inbox and tackle actionable items

- Create an Action File

- Purge your file drawers and clear out past projects

- Make sure your file labels are all up-to-date

- Set a schedule for filing maintenance in the future and add it to your calendar


7 Tips for Effective File Management

Have you ever kept someone waiting while you searched the piles of papers on your desk for

an important document? Or struggled to meet a deadline because you've lost a vital

computer file?

Whether you work with paper documents, electronic files, or a mixture of both, it's vital to keep them organized and accessible. That way you

can save time looking for things, and always have the right information to hand when you need it.


Managing Information

When you receive a document from a co-worker, vendor, or customer, it's tempting to "just put it away" in a pile on your desk or drawer, or to keep it in your email inbox or downloads folder. "Hmm. Looks interesting, but I'll take a closer look at this later, when I've got more time." Sound familiar?

After a while, many such documents build up, leading to clutter. And it becomes less and less likely that you'll ever find time to go back and get all of that information organized.

Meanwhile, you can spend lots of precious time searching for documents that have got lost in all the mess.

So why not take a different approach, to ensure that you're always confident of finding things when you need them?


Effective File Management

Here are seven ways to manage your documents and files efficiently and effectively:

1. Avoid saving unnecessary documents.

Don't make a habit of saving everything that finds its way to you. Take a few seconds to glance through the content, and keep a file only if it's relevant to your work activity, or required by your business. Having too many unnecessary documents adds to clutter and makes it harder to find things in the future.

2. Follow a consistent method for naming your files and folders.

For instance, divide a main folder into subfolders for customers, vendors, and co-workers. Use shortened names to identify what or who the folders relate to. You can even use color coding to make it easier to identify different categories of folders.

3. Store related documents together, whatever their type.

For example, store reports, letters, presentation notes, spreadsheets, and graphics related to a particular project in a single folder – rather than having one folder for presentations for all projects, another folder for spreadsheets for all projects, and so on. That way, you'll be much faster finding documents for a particular project.

4. Separate ongoing work from completed work.

Some people prefer to keep current or ongoing work on their desk or computer desktop until a job is completed. Then, once it's done, they move it to the appropriate location, where files of the same category are stored. At periodic intervals (for example, weekly or every two weeks), move files you're no longer working on to the folders where your completed work is stored.

5. Avoid overfilling folders.

If you have a large number of files in one folder, or a large number of subfolders in a main folder, break them into smaller groups (subfolders or sub-subfolders). For instance, you could divide a folder called "Business Plan" into subfolders called "BP2021," "BP2022," and "BP2023." Likewise, you might divide a folder for a client named Delta Traders into subfolders named "Delta Traders sales presentations" and "Delta Traders contracts." The idea is to place every file into a logical folder or subfolder, rather than have one huge list of files.

6. Organize documents by date.

Make sure that the date of a document is clear, by highlighting it or adding it to a paper document, or including it in the title of an electronic one. That will help you to organize your documents chronologically, without having to open each one. And you'll then be able to find them more easily in future.

7. Make digital copies of paper documents.

This is useful if you don't have much space to store paper documents; you want to archive documents without destroying them completely; you need to share documents electronically; or you want to make your information storage more secure. (This won't be appropriate for all types of documents, though – for example, legal contracts or documents with original signatures – so use your best judgment here.)


Old School Folders

• Edwin G. Seibels invented the filing cabinet in 1878 and thus, file folders were needed!

-He had a large insurance business in South Carolina and needed to keep track of the burgeoning policy industry.

• The classic Manilla folder gets its name from manila hemp, or abaca, which is the main material for making the product.

• It has been cultivated on the Philippine Islands since the 16th century. It is also one of the worlds oldest and strongest fibers for rope making.

Computer Folders

• The world's largest single computer file is known as the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) dataset.

-Located at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, this massive single file is comprised of over two petabytes (2,000,000 gigabytes) of data.

• On a challenge from his friends, Noah P. saved 3,750 folders to his computer desktop. This is the current World Record!


Computer Folders

• The world's largest single computer file is known as the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) dataset.

-Located at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Switzerland, this massive single file is comprised of over two petabytes (2,000,000 gigabytes) of data.

• On a challenge from his friends, Noah P. saved 3,750 folders to his computer desktop. This is the current World Record!



 


Support the Adopt A Road Project

UPCOMING DATE IS APRIL 29, 2023 AT 7:00 AM, MEET AT KEYSTONE PARK! You may also Register online on our Events Page : Adopt a Road Registration

 

Keystone Business Highlight

 

NEW SERVICES at Poo-fessional Recycled Organics!

By Cass Leonard If you have not been to visit Poo-fessional Recycled Organics yet, it is a must see! There is so much to learn about the benefits of Recycling all organic materials! I've had a tour at Poo-fessional Recycled Organics and the science behind recycling organic material is astounding! I highly suggest visit their location to learn about what they do which supports our community and environment in multiple ways. Have horses? they will take your manure and recycle it into amazing organic fertilizer! Same goes for tree debris and other such material. Something NEW has just arrived at their location! Congratulations on your new Saw Mill now serving this community. It will allow the milling for a variety of items to include fencing for local / agricultural needs! With todays store prices this is more cost effective approach while supporting our local agriculture business residents and environment! Here are just some of the amazing natural elements Poo-fessional Recycled Organics offers: 10% Discount for Military, First Responders, Teachers and Healthcare Workers (Wholesale and business pricing available-see detailed price list)Buy your Soil from the Source! Schedule a Visit today. They Sell

  • ​Mulch

  • Hardwood fines

  • Garden Soil

  • Top Soil

  • Fill

  • Vermicompost

  • Compost

  • Firewood

  • Milled Fencing

They Accept

  • Brush

  • Logs

  • Manure

  • Unsuitable Soil

  • Mulch

Site work

  • Grading

  • Site preparation

  • Mowing

  • Horse arenas

Hours of Operation : Mon-Fri [8AM-5PM] Sat [8AM - 4PM] Questions? Call Us... 813-758-4213

 

EVENTS ~ FUNDRAISERS

 

Support Fundraiser on APRIL 28TH, 2023

Mary Lee’s House is a community collaboration committed to protecting, respecting, and healing the children of abuse and neglect who pass through our doors.YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS OUR APRIL 28TH FUNDRAISING EVENTBuy your tickets now!Mark your calendars, Tampa! It's time to get ready for an unforgettable night of fun and entertainment at our annual fundraiser.



We have lined up an array of exciting activities that will keep you engaged throughout the evening. You will have the opportunity to bid on exciting items during our live auction, play a game of heads or tails like you've never played before, and dance the night away with our Mamma Mia! inspired band.


By joining us for the event, you will be supporting our mission to make a positive impact on the community. Your contribution will go towards providing essential services to children in need and making a real difference in people's lives.



Come join us in your best coastal cocktail attire for an evening of live music, libations, and philanthropy. Get your tickets now. We can't wait to see you there!Click here to buy tickets SUPPORT OUR COMMUNITY'S MANDATORY REPORTERS! We're putting together goodie bags for our hardworking mandatory reporters who are attending April's training session, and we need your help!





April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and our mandatory reporter training is an important way that Mary Lee's House helps advocate to prevent child abuse. These bags are a small token of appreciation for the critical role mandatory reporters play in keeping our community's children safe.




Help us give back to these everyday heroes by purchasing items from the Wishlist! And, on April 3rd at 5:00 there will be a volunteering opportunity assembling the goodie bags here at the house.Click here to see the Wishlist. SPONSOR AND PLANT A PINWHEEL THIS APRIL Click here to see the Wishlist . SPONSOR AND PLANT A PINWHEEL THIS APRIL



April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and the pinwheel is the national symbol of child abuse prevention. The pinwheel serves as a symbol of positivity, and reflects the results that can be achieved when we unite to prevent child abuse.


Starting in April, we will be planting a pinwheel garden to raise awareness and spread hope. Consider sponsoring a pinwheel next month for our garden, and we will plant it on your behalf. MARY LEE'S HOUSE MISSION MOMENT Mary Lee’s House mission is to be a safe place where children can begin to heal. Staff here get to see this mission become a reality daily. Recently Reagan Hering, our Operations Manager, told me about a moment when she saw the Mary Lee's House mission taking place in real time. "As I was working in my office, I heard the sound of little footsteps down the hallway. I glanced outside and saw a young girl walking with one of our Corbett Trauma Center therapists as they were coming from the toy closet. Her face was lit up with a bright smile. As the two of them passed, I overheard the girl say, as she held her toy she earned through her therapeutic plan: 'This place really spoils me!'


I couldn't help but feel moved. Despite the circumstances that had brought her here, this child associated Mary Lee's House with positive value and self esteem. This moment was a wonderful reminder of the importance of the work we do, and the impact it can have on the children we serve. I felt proud to be a part of such a wonderful organization, where the work I do enables Mary Lee's House to provide an environment of safety and happiness for our community's most vulnerable children."Visit our website


 

Save the date, Tampa! Our annual fundraiser is right around the corner. The night will have much in store, including a live auction and a Mamma Mia! inspired band (so be sure to wear your dancing shoes!).

Join us for an exciting night of live music and libations, and support a worthy cause. We know that this will be a night you don’t want to miss!

To purchase tickets please visit https://maryleeshouse.ejoinme.org/tickets.

If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please email partner@maryleeshouse.org

We can't wait to see you there!


 

Save the Date Next Barns and Beer is Friday Nov 3, 2023.

We invite everyone to come out and enjoy!


 


Did You Know...

Healthy Recipe




Easy Keto Dinner Recipe!

Air Fryer Stuffed Chicken Breast

by C. Leonard Total Time 45 Minutes to make!


Ingredients:

  • 1 lb (2) chicken breasts

  • 4 oz. (½ cup) garlic & herb cream cheese

  • 2 tbsp sun-dried tomatoes, chopped

  • ½ tsp avocado oil

  • ¼ tsp sea salt

  • ¼ tsp ground black pepper

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Preheat the air fryer to 350°F (180°C).

  2. Place the chicken breasts flat on a chopping board and slice a pocket into each breast horizontally.

  3. Combine the garlic and herb cream cheese and chopped sun-dried tomatoes.

  4. Spoon equal portions of the cheese mixture into the pockets of the chicken breasts. Fold the top of the chicken breast over the filling and secure it with a toothpick.

  5. Drizzle the avocado oil over the chicken breasts and rub it in. Season on both sides with sea salt and ground black pepper.

  6. Place the stuffed chicken breasts in the preheated air fryer and cook for 18-20 minutes until golden and cooked through.

  7. Remove from the air fryer and serve with a green salad or your favorite veggies.

Serve with your favorite veggies to make this a complete higher-satiety meal. Try sautéed spinach, air fryer broccoli, or Brussels sprouts!

Smaller chicken breasts will take 16-18 minutes to cook, and large ones 20 minutes or more.

Any garlic & herb cream cheese will work.

Oven instructions

Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C). Proceed with the recipe through Step 5, then bake in the oven 25-30 minutes until cooked through.

ENJOY!! It's DELICIOUS!


 

Get involved with KCA

JOIN ONE OF OUR COMMITTEES!

Below is a list of our Committees. If you are interested to be more involved with KCA, we would love to have your support by joining one of our committees below.


Simply click the link to directly Email the Committee Chair and Co Chair to SIGN UP or for your inquiries! It is our goal to make "communications" easy for our members.




 

Have any Questions? Please Email Us.


 

General Meeting will be held this month April 27, 2023 at THE AMERICAN LEGION POST 147 .

6:30 PM Social 7:00 PM Meeting Start.

 

Thank You to our Keystone Business Sponsors for their continued support!


Interested in supporting KCA by becoming a Business Sponsor?

 

Key Upcoming Dates

April 13, 2023 KCA Board of Directors Meeting

April 27, 2023 General Meeting at American Legion 6:30 PM April 29 2023 Adopt a Road 7:00 AM at Keystone Park

May 6, 2023 Spring Fling Chili Cook Off and Business Expo & Craft Fair 12- 4 PM Committee Meetings: TBD by Chairs via email / phone

 

Membership Updates

SOON TO CHANGE. You will be updated on our new website membership sign on information as it is in the works. You will be emailed instructions on how to log in and of course at any time you can re-create your new membership account by renewing on our new membership portal. We are manually entering your original join dates etc. so it is taking some time as all other information imported correctly.


Be sure to keep your information up to date i.e. email, phone and address. Please include your spouse name in your membership information under "company" so we may acknowledge your family member(s). Renew or become a member Link Here

Have questions on membership OR if you have any updates to your email as this is the MAIN source to contact you Please Contact us at KCAWebmin@gmail.com or Info@keystonecivic.org someone will respond as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience as we complete this integral part of our integration .

 

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