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Keystone Connection News - MARCH 2023

Updated: Apr 13, 2023


A Note From Your Editor, Cassandra Leonard

March is a Month filled with Good Luck! May it be so.

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's the Big Meeting this Month! For that matter, we wish more members would step in and join the BOD to support the mission of KCA to bring our community "together". If you love where you live and cherish it, this is a Mission to support so we can be most instrumental to build our strength where help is needed! It takes a village to overcome the mountains we've been climbing since our election in 2022. Many arrows have been hitting our Keystone area community in all directions, including us. Good news is we have laid down great new seeds to grow a lush green pasture!

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. We have a great group of resident members who have taken the lead to fight for what we believe in to protect our Keystone Odessa Community Plan. They deserve a Thank You and credit for the volunteer hours etc. they have put in for this big battle to continue enforcing the message to Protect the Keystone Community. We support the mission to "Protect our Keystone 36" i.e the Keystone Odessa Community Plan, but in same sense have been tasked and elected to protect the KCA, its historical stance, existence, and its members. Decisions the BOD makes are driven by you the members! Your input is integral. The continued donations are much appreciated to support and build the KCA funds in order to continue the community missions in our VOLUNTARY capacity. Reminder, this is all "voluntary", no one gets paid for the hours and days of sweat equity this "small" but mighty BOD and committees work for the betterment of all. Having your support is most appreciated. We donate daily to KCA with incoming inquiries, support, and planning. The more hands on deck the better off we will be. In this tenure much was learned and resolved, we are on a positive path forward. I have a personal request, as a life-long resident (55 yrs) who loves our community, members please Join the BOD or Chair / work on a committee. 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! We are "Keystone-Odessa" a strong force to reckon with UNITED by we the people. This is for your family's future, or say good bye to a peaceful rural, agricultural, farming, lake life. Don't forget to please share pictures of the area, recipes, hot news and interview availability, hot topics, Email to: We can use help in the communication department for news articles, posts, social media, website back up etc. If you are that person, PLEASE contact me.

As a community bound together we are a strong force; protecting our Keystone 36 ! "United we are Strong, Divided we are Weak. Together we can accomplish ANYTHING. " Team work makes the dream work!

Please support our amazing Business Sponsors featured in this newsletter!



Our General Membership Meeting will be held at American Legion Post 147 6:30 PM check in and social, 7:00 PM meeting start- 8:30 PM The address is 17383 Gunn Highway. We need your vote! Select your 2023 Board of Directors at this time.

We will be getting a slate of nominees to membership following our March 9th Board Meeting. Make sure your membership is up to date so that you can vote. If you have any questions, contact us at


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.


(Your Name)

A Life long Florida Resident

Odessa, Florida

Email to Senators:




RZ-PD-22-1330 DIBBS Lutz Lake Fern Rd/Angel Lane Next Hearing Date: April 17, 2023 LUHO Date: N/A ZHM Date: April 17, 2023 BOCC Date: June 13, 2023 MM-22-1638 Ricke/Gunn Hwy/Wayne Road Next Hearing Date: April 17, 2023. (Inconsistencies found with KOCP) LUHO Date: N/A ZHM Date: April 17, 2023 BOCC Date: May 9, 2023 See attached PDF here: Hillsborough Planning Commission Staff Report 3-8-2023 RZ-STD-22-1431 Race Track/Gunn Hwy Next Hearing Date: Apr 17, 2023 LUHO Date: N/A ZHM Date: Apr 17, 2023 BOCC Date: Jun 13, 2023 VAR-23-0126 17896 Boyscout Rd Next Hearing Date: Mar 27, 2023 LUHO Date: Mar 27, 2023 ZHM Date: N/A BOCC Date: N/A Requesting 900-1200 sq ft of living area above the barn VAR-23-0005 Whirley Rd/Scott Rd Next Hearing Date: Mar 27, 2023 LUHO Date: Mar 27, 2023 ZHM Date: N/A BOCC Date: N/A Fence in violation of code 4' in front 6' on side/back


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:


by Beth White

We need everyone in our community to email

to oppose RZ 22-1431: Rezone to CN.

Send your emails to:

In the subject line, write: Attn: Zoning Hearing Master regarding RZ 22-1431

Here is a list of reasons to oppose this proposed zoning change from RSC-2 (Residential, Single-Family Conventional)

to CN (Commercial Neighborhood)

First, there is NO need or desire for a commercial venture at the corner of Racetrack Rd and Gunn Hwy. We do not need more decimation of our wetlands, woods and lakes. This proposed rezoning goes against our Keystone Community vision of a rural community that values nature above commercialism.

It is NOT compatible with the neighboring properties which are zoned residential or agriculture.

Flue- Future Land Use category is R-1 (single-family residential properties) This proposed zoning does not preserve the area’s environmental features and community character nor does it improve the quality of life for the community.

The Traffic Study on this application was done in 2017. This antiquated traffic study of 6 years does not reflect the increased traffic on Gunn Hwy due to the immense growth of Starkey Ranch and Citrus Park areas that have made Gunn Hwy congested.

This property is located in a wellhead protection area.

Sec. 3.05.05 - Potable Water Wellfield Protection Measures

County utilities (water) are requested. This goes against the Keystone Community Plan and Hillsborough County’s own comp plan regarding no county utilities in the rural service area.

A 7-11 was proposed in this area in 1999 (see attached article) BOTH the Planning Commission and county zoning staff opposed this project.

Please send your emails to oppose this rezoning! Your emails must be sent 4-5 days prior to the hearing date to ensure they are entered in the county system.


Land Use: RV Park on Lutz Lake Fern Road Join our weekly planning meetings

By Clara Lawhead, Land Use Committee Co Chair

A neighborhood group has formed to strategize on what can be done to oppose the proposed creation of an RV park on Lutz Lake Fern Road next to Tarramor, Montreaux and Angel Lane. If you are interested in joining this group, they meet by zoom on Sundays at 4:00 pm. Contact Clara Lawhead at Join Us to learn about these land use issues and how the strength of KCA and our members can help to protect Keystone from reckless development.

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much”.Helen Keller

“Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart”. Elizabeth Andrew


Keystone In the News

PHOENIX FLORIDA ARTICLE: Time Traveling Developer Plows forward with 1991 ERA Florida Subdivision :



Hillsborough Greenways Committee Members and interested parties-

In response to the Committee’s request, Hillsborough County’s Capital Programs department has agreed to extend the time to offer comments on the ongoing Upper Tampa Bay Trail PD&E study by one week. The engagement hub website will now be receiving comments until 11:59 pm on MONDAY, MARCH 30. Once again, the link to this site is Upper Tampa Bay Trail Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study - or ( Please share this opportunity with your friends and contacts who are interested in our Greenways Network! Thanks to the Committee for their interest and to the Capital Programs staff for accommodating this request.




submitted by Clara Lawhead


Rural Life In Keystone

Picture of the Month



Only in Keystone can you find a proud protective Rooster with his Flock on the Lake.





submitted by Janise Man-Son-Hing

EDCC Disease AlertGo to for more information on these alerts:


ON: Oxford County

FL: Marion County



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: 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.



by Krys Wloch, Chair KCA ERC Committee

Women's History Month Theme 2023 The National Women's History Alliance designates a yearly theme for Women's History Month. The 2023 theme is "Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories." This theme recognizes "women, past and present, who have been active in all forms of media and storytelling including print, radio, TV, stage, screen, blogs, podcasts, news, and social media." During the month of March, we give a little extra attention to all of the amazing accomplishments of strong, determined women. Since 1987, the United States has formally recognized March as National Women’s History Month. Every woman has a story to tell and gifts to share with the world. So get ready, because this month is about honoring magnificent ladies, and we are ready to celebrate it to the fullest. Celebrating this women’s month by supporting women chase her dreams and fulfilling her educational needs by finding her right scholarships from around the world. HISTORY OF NATIONAL WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH Women’s History Month celebrates the often-overlooked contributions of women in history, society, and culture. It has been annually observed in the United States and other countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia, every March since 1987. The month is observed in October in Canada. March is selected as the month for observing Women’s History Month to correspond with International Women’s Day on March 8, and Canada observes it in October in correspondence with Persons Day on October 18. The month-long commemoration started with Women’s History Day in 1978, organized by the school district of Sonoma, California. Hundreds of students participated in the essay competitions, many presentations were given, and a parade was held in Santa Rosa. The idea caught on and, a few years later, school districts, communities, and organizations all over the country were celebrating the day. In 1980, the National Women’s History Alliance championed for the holiday to be observed as a national week, and this was backed by President Jimmy Carter, who issued the first proclamation declaring the week of March 8 as National Women’s History Week. The following year, Congress forwarded a resolution establishing a national observance. Six years later, the expansion of the event to the whole month of March was successfully petitioned by the National Women’s History Project.


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


"The Story Behind Yellow Bird Studio "

Northwest Tampa Location at 16921 Gunn Hwy, Odessa, FL 33556

by Cass Leonard

It was a pleasure to meet one of our KCA Business Sponsors / Resident member, owner and founder of Yellow Bird Studio, Florie Rieber and her mascot Yellow Canary "Louie". What a heartfelt story she shared that explains the dream and mission she embraced upon her decision of a career change to do something for communities and for children. Before I go into what Yellow Bird Studio offers I would like to roll back to share Florie's journey.

Florie was originally raised in Orlando Florida, being a life long Florida resident. She moved to Tampa, FL in 1994 after college and met her husband John Panzarella who is a family law attorney. They married in 1996, and have one son who recently graduated from Steinbrenner now attending college. Florie's career these years was in School Administration in South Tampa.

One year while on their family vacation in Jefferson , NC Florie was inspired by an Agritourism business who rented Old Christmas Tree Farms. A great experience for families to visit and kids to enjoy. This is where she had her life-changing vision to build an art studio for children, a "happy and joyful" place to expand gifts. Taking things she loves to share while grounding to her roots in the love of Art is Florie's passion.

In 2016, Florie resigned her tenure of School Administration to embark on her dream, opening her first Yellow Bird Studio for children in South Tampa on Westshore Boulevard. With her heart always connected to Art, she developed an amazing program for children to engage their inner creativity to develop "executive function", i.e. goal steps to execute the goal to a final product. Around this time, when she opened her studio Arts were cut out of the schools. She saw the young children would no longer have an outlet to be creative. Florie stated, "The studio is for them (the children) to teach what they can make with their creative minds. The point of creating something is to make it your own. Art media is an outlet to express what you are about, set goals, follow through, and help people reveal truths about themselves."

Florie convinced her husband to move to Westchase in 1997 where they lived until their move to Odessa/Keystone in 2018. Her heart always wished to live in the Odessa /Keystone community, and that dream came true! In 2018, they finally found a home in Odessa in Lake Armistead Estates and became Odessa/Keystone residents.

At this time Florie found this building on the corner of Mobley and Gunn Hwy. that had a space coming available for Lease. In 2022, Florie made the decision to expand Yellow Bird Studio to Northwest Tampa, she signed the lease in October 2022. November 1, 2022 was the grand opening of their second location, and by word of mouth the after school enrollments for programs began. Periodically they offer teen classes and Ladies Art Nights once a month on weekends. Florie shared, "The ladies Art Nights offer Art activities like meditation, a safe container for all. What is said stays in this safe place to talk about our lives if we so choose. The season of Life support and art combined. We use media that suits the person and their vision. Art chosen is the theme for the night." Ladies nights for up to 8 are donation based only. Next Ladies night is April 14, 2023 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.

All donations are collected to help cover a child's class who cannot afford a summer or after school program. It is a way of giving back to the community. Yellow Bird appreciates donations of art supplies they appreciate and need such as card board, small wood pieces, yarns, paints, anything that can support artistic creations for the kids. Right now they are in need of any old magazines, any year, any subject (but kid appropriate of course) for collage work. Donation items can be dropped off at their door if not open. Scheduling a small party at the Yellow Bird Studio such as Baby Showers, Small Birthday Parties or small gathering are always welcomed. Visit their website to schedule or contact the studio.

The BIG enrollment season is here for Summer Camp programs offered weekly. The South Tampa location is booked for the Summer, yet there are still openings at the Keystone location. If you have interest to register your child for the Summer Camp programs, do so as soon as possible on the Yellow Bird Website at: I highly recommend stop by or sign up your child for one of the programs at Yellow Bird Studio to escape into the artistic realm and relaxing environment with Louie the mascot and staff. They are truly all about the love for community and giving which is a concept we surely embrace!

Say Hi to Louie!




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

If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please email

We can't wait to see you there!


It's Time!

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 to SIGN UP Today!


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 ! Click the flyer to be directed to our event page!

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


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 Bread Recipe!

(No Yeast required)

by C. Leonard

Total Time 45 Minutes to make!


2 Cups almond Flour

1/2 Teaspoon Sea Salt

1 Tablespoon baking Powder

3 Tablespoons Ground Flaxseed

4 Large Eggs

1/2 Cup Butter melted

1/2 Cup Water


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Bake. Line a 8 x 4 inch loaf pan with parchment paper, allowing at least an inch on all sides for easy grab removal.

2. In a small bowl, add the almond flour, baking powder and salt, mix well.

3. In a Larger bowl use a hand mixer to beat together the Flaxseed, eggs, butter and water until frothy and bubbles appear. Gently stir through the dry ingredients into the bowl until combined.

4. Transfer the batter into the lined pan. Bake the bread for 40 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.

5. Let bread cool in the pan completely, before slicing and serving.

TO STORE: Keto bread should always be stored in the refrigerator , covered at all times. The ingredients are too fragile to keep at room temperature. The bread will keep for up to 2 weeks!

I suggest keep bread in the parchment and wrap with saran wrap.

ENJOY!! It's Healthy & DELICIOUS!


Get involved with KCA


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 March 23, 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

March 23, 2023 General Meeting at American Legion 6:30 PM

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 or someone will respond as soon as possible. We appreciate your patience as we complete this integral part of our integration .


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