Annual Meeting Minutes – 2021


8/13/2021 6:35 p.m. 

Welcome from Kris Adams, CVNA President  

Introduction of 2020-2021 Board Members 

Steve Scherrey, Vice President; Linda Beene Ballard, Treasurer: Amy 

Fulmer, Secretary; Missy Quinn, Chair of Architectural Control 

Committee; LaTresha Woodruff, Harry Smith, Stephen Wallace



Developer Hal Crafton:  discussed development of the new Centennial addition


New Member Board Elections for 2021-2022: 

Jessica Nichols and Alan Kizer

 2020-2021 Presentation:  

Centennial Valley has 263 properties, 11 more are to be added with new addition

The CVNA Board 2020-2021 completed the following:

– 39 covenant violations sent out, involving 24 different residents with minor issues.  Of the 24 residents 19 complied

– 1 lien filed on a resident 


Accomplishments 2020-2021 

– All entrances decorated for the holidays

– Year round landscaping maintained

– Annual ongoing maintenance of 6 entrances

– Review/Approved 13 requests for new home plans, home additions, pools, outdoor rooms

– $75 gift cards for Halloween and Holidays decorating to residence

– Yard of the month contest for all CVNA homes, May, June, July & August sponsored by GardenScapes gift designs by Kristen 

– Kona Ice snow cones for CVNA kids twice

– CVNA pool party 80 residents attended

– New security cameras systems installed 

– StreetScapes project: Hogan entrance completed September 2020, Lost Canyon completed June 2021

Resident Input 

– More led lighting for better security camera pictures

What are the covenant issues?

– Garbage cans being left out too long is a city issue, being visible from the street is a covenant issue


Budget 2021-2022

– Kris reviewed the budget and requested budget approval and waiving od board member POA dues . Harry Smith moved for approval, Amy Fulmer seconded

Meeting adjourned: 7:25 pm



Annual Meeting Minutes – 2020


8/17/20 6:30 p.m.

Welcome from Kris Adams, CVNA President

Introduction of 2019-2020 Board Members

Steve Scherrey, Vice President; Linda Beene Ballard, Treasurer: Amy

Fulmer, Secretary; Missy Quinn, Chair of Architectural Control

Committee; LaTresha Woodruff, Phyllis Simon, Harry Smith, Stephen Wallace, Molly Steely


Conway Police Chief William Tapley: discussed expanding training for the Conway Police Department, diversity and recruiting

Developer Hal Crafton:  discussed development of the last Centennial addition, 11 lots target March 2021

Chef Bill Temple:  appreciates the support and welcomes suggestions from the neighborhood


  • Mike Smith, General Manager of CVCC and golf course
  • Jason Miller, Golf Course Superintendent
  • Alesha Cavazos, CVCC Director of Events
  • Christy King, 4700 Bay Hill; organizes garage sale
  • Kristen Warner, Garden Scapes, landscaping & entrances
  • Ted Putnam, Putnam Landscaping
  • CH (Cory) Sanders, CPA

New Member Board Elections:

Kris Adams, LaTresha Woodruff, Joey Cook, Melissa Reibe

 2019-2020 Accomplishment Highlights Presentation:  Streetscapes and landscaping highlights, Kona ice truck for the neighborhood kids, neighborhood bear and Easter bunny window hunts

Financial Report: Linda Beene Ballard

Proposed 2020-2021 Budget: Budget approval and waiving of board member POA dues – Brittany Dunaway moved to approve and Ron Glover second

Adjourn and socialize safely!

Time: 7:50

Board Meeting Minutes: Annual Meeting 2016

CVNA Annual Meeting Minutes.2016

Projects 2015-16

Annual Meeting

A general meeting of the Centennial Valley Neighborhood Association is held in early August of each year.  The usual venue is the 19th Hole.  All residents are encouraged to attend and learn about the work of the association.  Elections to fill positions on the CVNA board are held at that time.  A report on the past fiscal year is given and a budget for the new year is presented and voted on by those present.  The annual meeting is a great opportunity to meet your neighbors share your views concerning the needs and priorities of the association.

Annual Meeting Minutes: August 2015

CVNA Annual Meeting Minutes