Woodrun
Copyright, Momentum, 2015
This page was last updated: January 16, 2018
Welcome to Woodrun

Welcome to our website. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
 The Board of Directors meeting is held the first Thursday of every other month: February,April, June, August, October, December in the lower level of the clubhouse at 7 p.m. Members are encouraged to attend.  Next BOD meeting:  February 1, 2018.
Newsletters, Minutes, Notes
Reminders

Woodrun.
It's a Lifestyle!!


Social 
If you are interested in volunteering to help at an event, please call the office at 910-439-5214. 
The January Independent is ready.  Click here.
Help us help you, when you call in a guest, especially in the evening if possible give the Guard an approximate time. The Guard on duty will adjust their round times to make sure your guest doesn’t have to wait to enter the community.  Please do not attempt to manually raise the gate yourself.  You will be filmed and pay for resulting damages.
The December Financial Statements can be found  here.
The latest Approved  Minutes from the Board.  Click here.
Financials
Woodrun Social Events
The Woodrun Office closes every Wednesday at noon.

This allows Kathy to take uninterrupted care of Woodrun business each Wednesday afternoon.

If you have a true emergency please call the Guard house at 910-439-5155.
Click the link to view or buy a Woodrun owned lot.  Click here.
The office has Just a couple of Woodrun Year Books left on SALE. 

Please call or e-mail Kathy at the Woodrun Office for more info on Year Books.
Join us : Low impact video driven exercise class

When: Every Monday, Wednesday, & Friday each week
Where: Upper Level Clubhouse
Time: 10 am until 11 am
 Items you will need to bring:
1- Water Bottle
2- Floor Mat / Large Towel
3- 5 lb or 10 lb weights (or you can bring soup cans they will work fine)
4- Wear good loose stretchable clothes


Dear Members:

We are pleased to announce a new and convenient way for you to pay your HOA Dues.  

You can now pay your payment by credit or debit card through a safe and secure online portal.  Look under Members Area on the left side, click on Pay Online.  You will be asked for your Lot number and last name. Your lot number appears on your invoice. Make sure you enter the last name of the property owner listed with Woodrun Association. There will be a convenience fee in the amount of $3.00 for each transaction.

 Example: if you are being invoiced for 3 lots with a total due of $998, add the $3 convenience fee. The total you need to pay is $1,001.00.  ​Please add $3 to your invoice as a convenience fee the bank charges us.

Your $3 will not automatically be added.  “YOU MUST” Add it to the amount being paid.


Members Area
Welcome
To see Labor Day, Halloween & Santa's Party photos.  Click here.
At the December, 2017 Board of Directors meeting, the topic of safety was discussed.  Woodrun has developed an Accident/ Incident report.  It is located on the Safety page.  Please take a look at it and if an event occurs after hours and no Woodrun personnel are available to record the event, such as a dog biting incident, please fill in the report and turn into the Office. Thanks go to Steve Burleson for helping construct the form.

If you have a true emergency please call the Guard house at 910-439-5155.
PLEASE don’t leave your pets outside, Minimum wind chill values could range from five below zero to five above zero.

Check on your neighbors!
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY FROM 11 PM TONIGHT THROUGH 7 PM WEDNESDAY FOR SNOW...

.A strong upper level trough will approach from the west tonight. The trough, along with a strong arctic cold front will push through the region Wednesday. These features will bring accumulating snow and very cold temperatures to the region.

 Albemarle, Plyler, Troy, Biscoe, Mount Gilead, Pekin, Badin Lake, Eldorado,

 * WHAT...Snow expected to arrive in the Western Piedmont late this evening. The snow is expected to slowly develop and spread east to cover much of Central North Carolina by daybreak Wednesday.

  Snow is expected over much of Central NC Wednesday morning. The snow is expected to end from the west Wednesday afternoon. Plan on slippery snow and ice covered road conditions. Total snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are expected. The higher totals are likely to be from the Triangle area to Roanoke Rapids where
2 to 3 inches are expected. The lowest totals of an inch or less are likely along the southern border, near the SC state line where the snow should begin as a period of rain early Wednesday.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Be prepared for snow and ice covered roads tonight and Wednesday in the Western Piedmont, spreading east to cover much of Central North Carolina late tonight and Wednesday.

 Very cold temperatures are expected Wednesday, with temperatures falling into the 20s, except near 30 in the SE. Lows will dip into the teens Wednesday night, after the snow ends.

 
I am proud to announce that our Woodrun Cub & Boy Scouts are volunteering with the Second Harvest Food Bank of the Metrolina this year.Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina is a crucial link between available food and those who need it most.  The Hard TruthThe bottom line is that our food gets into the hands of the needy, the hungry, and the malnourished.As far away as this may sound from where you sit, in 2015 42.2 million Americans lived in food insecure households, including 29.1 million adults and 13.1 million children; and 13 percent of households (15.8 million households) were food insecure according to Feeding America.  Please contribute to the Food Bank and help save a life.
AtI am proud to announce that our Woodrun Cub & Boy Scouts are volunteering with the Second Harvest Food Bank of the Metrolina this year.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina is a crucial link between available food and those who need it most.  

The Hard Truth

The bottom line is that our food gets into the hands of the needy, the hungry, and the malnourished.

As far away as this may sound from where you sit, in 2015 42.2 million Americans lived in food insecure households, including 29.1 million adults and 13.1 million children; and 13 percent of households (15.8 million households) were food insecure according to Feeding America. 

 Please contribute to the Food Bank and help save a life.

 NOTE: Drop food off at the Woodrun Office during business hours through February 2nd.