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Keystone Connection News - Happy Thanksgiving! NOVEMBER 2023

Updated: Nov 24, 2023



GENERAL MEETINGS ARE NOT HELD NOVEMBER-DECEMBER


Picture of the Month - Life in Keystone


A Note From Your Editor, C. Leonard

NOVEMBER 2023 Happy Thanksgiving to all!

This is the season of giving.


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.


It is our community effort to "Preserve Keystone/Odessa" for its beauty, rurality and our waters, it takes a team to work together respectfully. Want to get more involved? There are open board seats. Don't feel you have time to fill a board position? Join a committee! Sometimes a committee chair needs someone to make a call or run an errand, print something off or research something. There are many small tasks whereas more people that help, will unload pressure off the larger items to complete expediently. Volunteer today! Email us at: Info@keystonecivic.org Don't forget to please share hot news and topics, pictures of the area, recipes, and interview availability. Email to:Info@keystonecivic.org


"Kindness and compassion come from within. They are innate in all of us, and are part of what make us human." CL

Please support our amazing Business Sponsors featured in this newsletter!

 

Due to the Holidays General Meetings are not scheduled for November or December.

Enjoy your holiday, be safe, full of cheer and love those who are dear!


If you would like to be a volunteer at our General Meetings set up please click button to email our meeting Chair!


 

LAND USE NEWS

KCA LAND USE UPDATE

by Clara Lawhead, Chair




1. RZ-STD-23-0443 (Gunn and Racetrack Road) The site at the SW Corner of Racetrack Rd / Gunn Hwy is currently zoned RSC-2 with 2.3 acres +/- . The land use hearing was completed where it was recommended to be denied a rezoning from the land use hearing master. The BOCC will meet December 12 to vote but rest assured we will have a KCA representative in attendance.

BOCC Date: December 12, 2023


3. SU-LE 23-0498 - (Lutz Lake Fern Land Excavation)

The applicant has requested a by right continuance to the 2/13/24 BOCC Land Use Meeting. This will be their final hearing opportunity per the Land Development Code, which permits only a maximum of 6 months from the initial hearing date. Interested parties contact info@keystonecivic.org for more information.

BOCC Date: February 13, 2024


Current Variance requests in place are:


1. VAR-23-0949 18825 Gunn Hwy, Odessa Florida. This variance request is to build an 8-foot surrounding wall system on all sides of the property. Current code (Part 6.07.00 Fences and Walls) allows for a 4-foot height on Gunn Hwy and 6 foot on the sides and rear. Virtual participation is available. A letter has been sent to the BOCC for record by KCA, not in support of this request. Public Hearing Date: rescheduled to December 19, 2023.



Update on Patterson Road Development






Patterson Road Case Information: The Trial was held on NOVEMBER 13, 14, 15, 2023.

RE: Case Number: 22-CA-004745

The trial was completed. Current status: it is under Judge review. A final ruling will be announced in early December.

 


ONGOING DEVELOPMENT PLANS IN ODESSA AREA

by C. Leonard


RECAP : QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO THE SIKH TEMPLE construction plan on the corner of Gunn Hwy and N. Mobley Rd. Prior to our October General Meeting, our KCA Land Use Chair/ BOD President reached out to our BOCC Commissioner office of Ken Hagen to identify the approved scope of this project as per what was approved in 2021. It was defined, the owner is following approved guidelines. What is shown on the plans are specific to the fire marshal requirements for the building. The maximum amount of participants will conform to approved project description by BOCC.


ZONING ON PROPERTIES AND/OR IN DEVELOPMENT PROCESS IN KEYSTONE/ODESSA ARE MONITORED


7302 Van Dyke Rd, Odessa, FL - Subdivision

by T. Lawton

Safe drinking water and the integrity of our wells is a priority for Keystone residents and this is one of many reasons the KOCP instituted the requirement for parcels to be no less than five acres. It was a direct result of destructive practices that damaged local residential resources.


Keystone Civic Association Land Use Committee is seeking and examining the documents that pre-dated the 2020 BOCC approval of a subdivision located at 7302 Van Dyke Rd which currently has only one home constructed. We have just learned the parcel has been platted as a subdivision with eight homes in which seven of the homes would have less than the five acre minimum required by the KOCP. It is adjacent to Van Dyke Farms however that subdivision was constructed prior to the adoption of the KOCP. We will continue to update you as we learn more about the decision making process and how it impacts Keystone.


Within Keystone, there are currently several commercial parcels along Tarpon Springs Rd. that are listed for sale. We are continually learning about land use policies and procedures and will keep you informed throughout the process. At this time, to our knowledge, there are no construction plans being presented to the county.

It would help any information residents obtain please forward to our main email.


Location 1:

10208 Tarpon Springs Rd, Odessa, FL 33556 - Property Record | LoopNet : From a resident member- We are passing on this message to all neighbors - STOP DUNKIN DONUTS FROM BUILDING A STORE at Tarpon Springs and Jorene Rd. Save our neighborhood!


Location 2:

11026 Tarpon Springs Rd, Odessa, FL 33556 - Tarpon Springs Rd | LoopNet : Keep an eye on this one, no specifics yet for this property.

 

KEYSTONE CURRENT MONTH (link included to Hillsborough County Zone Hearing Maps Look Up).


To support or oppose the applications submitted your letters can be sent to: Hearings@Hillsboroughcounty.org

 

Learn About The Zoning Process and See Available Resources : Click Here

 

Keystone Civic Association WINS 2023 Good Neighborhood Award

 

NEIGHBORHOOD RELATIONS

 



"NO THRU TRUCKS" SIGNS HAVE BEEN INSTALLED ON KEY THRU WAYS IN ODESSA.

We Thank Commissioner Ken Hagen and his office for the Expedient attention to our request!

 

County Connections


Reminder: Unincorporated Hillsborough County Future Land Use Section Update Public Comment Deadline

DEADLINE NOVEMBER 27, 2023 !

We’ve heard your ideas on how we can continue to improve our community, and now we need your guidance on what we’ve done so far. Our public comment period ends on Monday, November 27 so submit your thoughts as soon as possible.

Your participation is integral to creating the best future for the county possible. Visit the information page to review the goals, download a copy of the draft language, and review past meeting materials.



Hillsborough County Public Engagement Opportunities


Thursday-Friday | 11.23.23-11.24.23 | CLOSED for the Thanksgiving Holiday | Have a safe and wonderful holiday! Monday | 12.04.23 | 1:30-3:30pm | TPO TAC special speaker Ian Lockwood, PE on Roles & Design of Arterial Roads in Hillsborough County | 1.5 AICP CM | 1.5 PE CE | Participate in person or virtually


 



Tentative Work Program - Veterans Expressway



NorthBound SR 589 Weaving Maneuvers Backs Up Lanes


A complaint addressed by KCA was presented by Mr Wade Reynolds to Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise regarding the weaving maneuvers observed on the northbound SR 589 approaching the Van Dyke Road exit. Herein is the response received from the Florida Turnpike Enterprise Planning Specialist Siaosi Fine, FCCM : The request was reviewed by the traffic operations and roadway maintenance offices to identify the issue and potential mitigation. The outside lane of SR 589 between the SR 568 (Dale Mabry) and Van Dyke Road interchanges is designated as a full auxiliary lane. The purpose of the auxiliary lane is to provide an additional lane of capacity for traffic continuing north on SR 589 or exiting at Van Dyke Road. During the PM peak hour, vehicles have been observed using the auxiliary lane and making late lane change maneuvers to bypass the congested traffic continuing northbound. These type of traffic maneuvers are common in congested areas where auxiliary lanes exist. Placing delineators to block the auxiliary lane would not address the congestion issue and would move the weave zone from its current location to further upstream. A Project Development and Environment (PD&E) study (FPID 448068-1) is currently underway to evaluate the widening of SR 589 north of SR 568 (Dale Mabry) to address the congestion issue. Until then, our traffic operations office will reach out to Florida Highway Patrol and alert them of the current conditions. Enforcement and ticketing during peak hours should prevent any unsafe actions. Pending the outcome of additional enforcement, the Enterprise will also consider supplemental signage to increase awareness that the right lane is an exit only. Given your feedback, the Enterprise will begin development of these short-term improvements. Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention.

 

KCA is proud to share we WON the 2023 Hillsborough County Neighborhood and Most Engaged Of The Year Award!

by C. Leonard


The Awards along with a $500 dollar donation to KCA was presented at the October General Meeting to the KCA Board of Directors.



Keystone Civic Association is honored to receive this County recognition. It is through hard work by a team effort, and a sense of community working together that fosters an achievement like this.


Hillsborough County recognized our neighborhood organization to have gone the extra mile to engage residents in the various activities and fundraisers we have accomplished since 2022. We were recognized for the Food Drive, Spring Fling, Fall Family Festival, Adopt a Road Clean up, Emergency Response Team during the Hurricane, Monthly Newsletters, among other community service elements.



Through community involvement Keystone Civic Association presents itself as a pillar in Hillsborough County to other Community Associations as a guide to preserve their area communities from excessive development and keep rurality.

 
 

Rural Life In Keystone

Picture of the Month

 

NOVEMBER COVER

"Turkey Time"


Only in Keystone can you find a pet Turkey. This special Turkey is NOT meant for the dinner table! We are certainly blessed to live in our amazing rural Keystone/Odessa community.









 

COMMITTEE NEWS

 

NOMINATION COMMITTEE

 

Nominating committee formation and its task (3 members – 1 board, 1 general and 1 from either).


The KCA Nominating Committee formally requests a General Member to please step up to be part of the Nominating Committee. Elections will be held in March 2024 and the bylaws require at least one (1) General Member be part of this committee.


Please consider volunteering for this important role. This is an opportunity for you to take an active role in securing the future of KCA. Please contact our Committee Chair, Jan Nelson at Info@Keystonecivic.org to add your name to the committee.


 

SAFETY DURING HOLIDAYS

 

by C. Leonard, via Florida Sheriffs Association


Great Prevention Tips from Florida Sheriffs Association (FSA) that may inform you on how to protect yourself against criminals. Article below from FSA.


How to Prevent Identity Theft

When a criminal steals your personal information, they can use it to drain your bank account, damage your credit and wreak havoc on your life. And the worst part is, you might not even know it happened until it’s too late. Thankfully, there are ways to protect yourself and your personal information from the crime of identity theft.


Here’s the rundown on what you can do and what you need to know as a responsible consumer. What is Identity Theft? According to the Federal Trade Commission, identity theft is when someone uses your personal or financial information to make purchases, get benefits, file taxes or commit fraud. Many attacks come in the form of a phone call or email that asks you to provide or confirm personal information. Some even include a fictional threat of danger or arrest if the target does not provide financial information or make a payment. Other attacks are more discreet and occur from online hacking, phishing attacks or stolen mail.


A criminal might use your stolen information to:

• Open a bank account or new credit card in your name.

• Make purchases with your existing credit cards.

• Use your health insurance to receive medical care.


Tragically, criminals often target vulnerable groups, such as older adults. And these attacks can have devastating consequences when a retired target suddenly finds themselves without their life savings. That’s why it’s important to learn about this very real threat and how to avoid being a victim.


The more you know, the more you can share with others who might not have access to the same information. Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft like most crimes, there’s nothing you can do to completely prevent identity theft from happening, but you can make yourself a more difficult target. Here are the basics:


Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft Like most crimes, there’s nothing you can do to completely prevent identity theft from happening, but you can make yourself a more difficult target. Here are the basics.

Protect Your Documents. It’s important to take care with any documents containing personal information, such as financial records, Social Security cards and Medicare cards. When disposing of any of these items, use a shredder. Also, don’t leave mail sitting in the mailbox for longer than necessary.

Don’t Give Out Your SSN. Always take care when giving out your Social Security number, as it can be used to steal your identity. When in doubt, be skeptical of anyone asking for your SSN, and remember that you will never be required to give this information over the phone to a financial institution or credit card company.

Be Smart Online. Always use strong passwords when creating online accounts and use two-factor authentication whenever it is available. Be aware of phishing attacks that can come via email or text message and seek to steal your personal information. Scam emails can look 100% real, so it’s always worth your time to independently check before completing any actions. Do not click on unknown links or attachments, especially if you do not recognize the sender.

The more you know about identity theft, the better you can protect yourself against common attacks. For instance, the police are not going to show up at your door over an IRS dispute – a threat often used to frighten targets in phone-based scams. How do I Know My Identity Has Been Stolen? To minimize damage, it’s important to know how to recognize when you have been the target of an attack. To spot any unusual activity, make the following part of your routine:

  • Routinely review your bank account statements and bills. Are there transactions or withdrawals that you don’t recognize?

  • Keep a sharp eye on your incoming mail. Did you receive any unexpected notices from the IRS for a tax return you didn’t file, or a medical bill for services you did not receive?

  • Take advantage of free credit card reports. Check for accounts you don’t recognize.

Keeping an eye on your finances is the best way to recognize and respond to an attack as soon as it happens. Recovering from Identity Theft If you believe your identity has been stolen, don’t panic. According to the FTC, here’s what you need to do:

  • Contact the fraud department of the companies where the fraud occurred and ask them to freeze your accounts.

  • Change your passwords and PINs for all important accounts.

  • Place a fraud alert on your accounts at IdentityTheft.gov.

  • Get a free credit report and look for any unauthorized transactions.

  • Report the incident to the FTC. This site also provides resources to create a recovery plan.

  • If you are in Florida, you can also go to FraudFreeFlorida.com.

Depending on what information has been compromised (for instance, your driver’s license), you may need to take additional steps. Click here for a full list.


Stay Safe with FSA While the threat of stolen identity is very real, you can stay ahead of the game by monitoring your accounts, using caution when giving out personal information and knowing what to do when an attack does occur. As a reminder, the Florida Sheriffs Association will never ask you to provide personal or financial information over the phone.


The Florida Sheriffs Association is committed to helping you stay informed and stay safe. You can read more crime and public safety tips here.


 

AGRICULTURE

 

Keep Your Pets Safe On Colder Days

by C. Leonard


Fortunately in Florida we do not have to be so concerned about Snow or Ice conditions for our Pets indoor or out. There are some good tips I found that are great reminders on how animals behave and/or need assistance on those "cold" days, especially for our older pets when we do have freeze or cold temps. Herein is some helpful information I've researched for what is recommended by the Vet Associations.


Winter wellness: Has your pet had his/her preventive care exam (wellness exam) yet? Cold weather may worsen some medical conditions such as arthritis. Your pet should be examined by a veterinarian at least once a year, and it's as good a time as any to get him/her checked out to make sure (s)he is ready and as healthy as possible for cold weather.


Know the limits: Just like people, pets' cold tolerance can vary from pet to pet based on their coat, body fat stores, activity level, and health. Be aware of your pet's tolerance for cold weather, and adjust accordingly. You will probably need to shorten your dog's walks in very cold weather to protect you both from weather-associated health risks. Arthritic and elderly pets may have more difficulty walking on snow and ice and may be more prone to slipping and falling. Long-haired or thick-coated dogs tend to be more cold-tolerant, but are still at risk in cold weather. Short-haired pets feel the cold faster because they have less protection, and short-legged pets may become cold faster because their bellies and bodies are more likely to come into contact with snow-covered ground. Pets with diabetes, heart disease, kidney disease, or hormonal imbalances (such as Cushing's disease) may have a harder time regulating their body temperature, and may be more susceptible to problems from temperature extremes. The same goes for very young and very old pets. If you need help determining your pet's temperature limits, consult your veterinarian.


Provide choices: Just like you, pets prefer comfortable sleeping places and may change their location based on their need for more or less warmth. Give them some safe options to allow them to vary their sleeping place to adjust to their needs.


Stay inside. Cats and dogs should be kept inside during cold weather. It's a common belief that dogs and cats are more resistant than people to cold weather because of their fur, but it's untrue. Like people, cats and dogs are susceptible to frostbite and hypothermia and generally should be kept inside. Longer-haired and thick-coated dog breeds, such as huskies and other dogs bred for colder climates, are more tolerant of cold weather; but no pet should be left outside for long periods in below-freezing weather.


Make some noise: A warm vehicle engine can be an appealing heat source for outdoor and feral cats, but it can be deadly. Check underneath your car, bang on the hood, and honk the horn before starting the engine to encourage feline hitchhikers to abandon their roost under the hood.


Care and Love your pet(s) and treat them as if they were your own child.


 

ADOPT A ROAD PROGRAM

 

Support the Adopt A Road Project SIGN UP TODAY!


New Dates are available and will be on the EVENTS page to sign up for our next schedule of clean ups in 2024!

We hope to see you or your family members attend to have a fun community involved morning.


We ask our community to PLEASE participate in this effort, as the more hands on deck the better our area looks! With increase of traffic on Gunn Highway a major thruway, comes more "trash" by disregarding people driving through our beautiful community. It is our mission to keep it clean. Please Register Today online on our Events Page : Adopt a Road Registration Or email us at Info@keystonecivic.org to sign up!

WE NEED YOUR VOLUNTEER HELP!

 

MARQUEE SIGN REPAIR

'A Community Endeavor'


We have resident members who volunteered to spear head this project for our Keystone Marquee sign repair plan at Keystone Park. We can use volunteers to assist with organizing and supporting this effort. If you would like to be involved, join the committee to be a part of this project and are able to assist, please email us.

We need your help!

 

ODESSA HISTORY

 

LITTLE RED SCHOOLHOUSE IN CITRUS PARK

By C. Leonard. (from USF archives : Bailey, Judson (1979) "History of Keystone, Odessa and Citrus Park edited by Henry J. Binder," Tampa Bay History: Vol. 1 : Iss. 2 )


History of Keystone, Odessa and Citrus Park. Edited by Henry J. Binder (Published by Keystone-Odessa-Citrus Park Historical Society, 1979. 62 pp. Photographs, drawings, maps)

History is everything that has happened, small as well as large, and assembling an account of the past in a manner to mesmerize unconcerned readers in the present is a prodigious feat. Happily, Henry J. Binder and his associates of the Keystone-Odessa-Citrus Park Historical Society succeeded in preserving a delicacy with a great deal of ripeness.


Their project was conceived as a phase of the area’s participation in the nation’s Bicentennial and in 1979, achieved public attention in a soft-cover book. At the outset realized that such histories may be written solely for participants and their descendants. Yet the obvious authenticity of research shines through for future historians who may want to build on it at some time in the future—say, the nation's next centennial.


The History of Keystone, Odessa and Citrus Park may be interpreted, then, to be intended primarily for the posterity of people in the area. Mr. Binder, as the editor, surely never expected an outsider to be looking over his labor of love and did not bother to bring it into perspective for a stranger. Bailey: History of Keystone, Odessa and Citrus Park edited by Henry. His technique was to present thirty-nine articles by twenty-eight individuals without interpolation, relying on two deftly stylized cartographs by artist A. John Kaunus to depict the interrelation of the three communities along a 10-mile stretch of State Road 587. This winding thoroughfare is labeled Gunn Highway in deference to a former Hillsborough County commissioner, John T. Gunn, who arranged to get it paved during the Depression of the 1930s. Most roads, circulating like veins through the area, were named for settlers and Mr. Binder fashioned an intriguing chapter on their sources.


The first settler in 1860 appears to have been William L. Mobley, who brought his large family and slaves from North Carolina to found a plantation. The Civil War soon ensued and he gave much of his land to his freed slaves. In a chapter on churches, author Wilma “Billy” Bonar recalls Mobley’s hospitable home on Lake Keystone and identifies him as the founder in 1868 of a Methodist chuch, the first place of worship. It was constructed of logs with space in back for his former slaves to join in the services. This church burned and was replaced by one made of hewn boards before Mobley was killed by a runaway horse. The family is memorialized by two roads, North Mobley Road and South Mobley Road.


Keystone was first to get a post office, but the postmaster there tipped off federal authorities to growth in Odessa, a mile north of the Hillsborough-Pasco county line and one was established there in 1900. Thus Odessa, a flagstop on the Atlantic Coast Line Rail Road, subsequently became postal headquarters for the entire two-county area, now serving about 6,000+ patrons. The present (in 1979 of this article) Odessa postmaster, Charles R. Wilson, was born there in 1925 and is a principal contributor to this historical account.


Lumber interests discovered the region at the turn of the century and built a network of railroads with tendrils reaching from Tampa to Tarpon Springs. Two huge saw mills were erected, employing hundreds of workers from Florida and other states. The economy soared. One of the mills had the only telephone in the area and executives had the first three automobiles there. But it was not an unmixed blessing. There were knife fights almost every night and in one two-year, span eight men were slain. Finally the lumbermen cut and sawed their way out of existence and some tranquility was restored.


Agriculture with citrus and cattle as principal commodities became prevalent, scarcely fazed by a land boom in 1911-12. The North Tampa Land Company of Chicago advertised in the Saturday Evening Post and other publications the great lure of Florida living, offering land at $25 an acre with a building lot free.


Four wars, a depression and various recessions later the population has stabilized and several of the contributors to this history pridefully identified their “Cracker” ancestry. The families now there have found a satisfying way of life and endeavored to preserve traditions and landmarks, notable among them a revered, “Little Red School House” at Citrus Park. Author Cleo Bissonnette believes it is the oldest standing school in the county and possibly in the entire state. Among the chapters on Indian massacres, railroads, post offices, saw mills, stores, organizations and memories of people is a tender “Black History” by Lille Mae Mix Madison. If life was rugged over a spread of eight decades for the whites, it was rougher for the blacks. Mrs. Madison closed with an eloquent epilogue for this whole gentle inspection of local history. She wrote: “One of these days our children’s own children will laugh and say, ‘This is unbelievable, those must have been some hard days."


To every person who will read this book, remember: Let brotherly love continue to abide among all mankind; regardless of race, creed or color; whether rich or poor, young or old, it is our responsibility to love one another. Most of all, keep this in mind: ‘There is but one race, and that race is the human race’. Judson Bailey

 

Healthy Updates

 

A Special Family Holiday Recipe!


Edna's Cranberry Salad

By C. Leonard

This recipe is one of our all time favorites for Thanksgiving. This is a family recipe that was handed down for years from my husbands Grandmother. It is a perfect compliment to your Turkey or Ham dinner that refreshes your taste buds in the most healthy way! It is easy to make.


Prep Time: 20-30 mins Total Time: 2-3 hours to cure in refrigerator (best made the night before dinner!)



Ingredients:

  • 1 PKG (2 cups) fresh cranberries - put in freezer for days prior to making dish!

  • 2 Stalks celery finely chopped

  • 1 Red Apple with peel finely chopped

  • 1 Naval Orange Peeled no white - slice small triangles, grate the orange rind and include in mix

  • 3 OZ box Cherry or Black Cherry Jell-O

  • 1 Cup Sugar or 1/4 Cup Stevia

  • 1/2 to 1 cup chopped walnuts (based on personal preference)


Directions: It is important to get all the ingredients chopped to about the same size , use of a food processor makes this easy! Tradition is to listen to Andre Bocellie and drink wine!


1. Chop frozen cranberries to fine and place in large mix bowl

2. Combine fruit and veggie in the mixing bowl when done mix all ingredients together

3. In Saucepan boil 1/2 cup of water, add the sugar then 3oz Cherry or Black Cherry Jell-O. Stir well until completely dissolved.

4. Add mixture to the large mix bowl of ingredients and mix well, even it out an let it set.

5. Place in refrigerator for at least 3 hours set time before serving. It is recommended do this the night before dinner.

Enjoy this great Holiday Family Recipe!

 

COMMUNITY EVENTS

 


KCA Holiday Food Drive 2023 Continues!




The Gift of Giving to others as a community makes a world of difference to families who are struggling.

.

“We have created three pronged approach to make this years Season of Giving ever so easy! KCA, Keystone United Methodist Church and Messengers of Hope Food Pantry joined forces this year to launch the 2023 Holiday Food Drive. All food collected will stay in the nearby communities.


1. Nov. 4th was the KCA drive thru Thanksgiving Food Drive where we collected 1,098 pounds of food. In addition, we received $480 in cash donations that will be given directly to our local pantries to buy Turkeys and Hams for the holiday season. (pictured below)

2. The Virtual Food Drive online : virtual donation option via our KCA Team.

3. 12 day drop off were at these locations in Odessa : Winn Dixie, UPS

Store, Keystone United Methodist Church, Ace Hardware on Gunn Hwy., BoldHouse Nutrition at Foxes Corner.


KCA Thanks all our amazing volunteers who participated in this year's 2023 Holiday Food Drive Thru!


Although the “12 Days of Giving” ended on November 16, KCA is continuing its mission to collect food for families in need thru the Christmas Holiday.


Visit our Holiday Food Drive Web page for more information.


 

SPECIAL EVENTS

 


Keystone Spring Fling 2024!


Saturday, April 6, 2024

We need YOU!

Volunteers please help on this committee.


In preparation for the 2024 Spring Fling we would love to hear your input and suggestions. If you are interested in being part of this team please let us know at Info@keystonecivic.org.


We have cleared a date with Joe Monroe at the Keystone Park for Saturday April 6, 2024. This is a fun way to get involved and to make this years event even bigger and better than ever! Lets show our community strength and engagement by getting involved with this years main event!

 

Be 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 to SIGN UP or for inquiries! It is our goal to make "communications" easy for our members.




 

Have any Questions? Please Email Us.

 

Next General Meeting will be on January 25, 2024!

 

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


Interested in supporting KCA by becoming a Business Sponsor?

 

Key Upcoming Dates


December 14, 2023 KCA Board Meeting

January 11, 2024 KCA Board Meeting

January 25, 2024 General Membership Meeting


February 24, 2024 Adopt A Road Clean Up Keystone Park

April 27, 2024 Adopt A Road Clean Up Keystone Park

June 29, 2024 Adopt A Road Clean Up Keystone Park

August 31, 2024 Adopt A Road clean Up Keystone Park

October 26, 2024 Adopt A Road Clean Up Keystone Park


Committee Meetings: TBD by Chairs via email / phone


To Sign Up or View all Dates go to our Events Calendar Page

 

Membership Updates


Please be sure to keep your information up to date i.e. email, phone and address. Please include your spouse name in your membership information 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 Info@keystonecivic.org or via the website inquiry, someone will respond as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience.

 

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