Foothill Knolls News...
WHEN: OCT. 4,2014
Have fun catching up with your neighbors and meeting new ones.
Enjoy popcorn, snow cones and delicious food! Bounce House too! The Homeowners Association will be providing BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Lemon Garlic Chicken, Mesquite Grilled Tri Tip and Beverages.
Please bring an appetizer or side (salad, fruit, pasta) to share.
SET UP – SATURDAY 3:00 pm
CLEAN UP – SUNDAY 10:00 am
Get ONE raffle ticket for RSVP’ing, Get another raffle ticket at the party. RSVP online at: http://foothillknolls.com/rsvp
Winners announced at the Block Party!
(Maximum of 2 tickets per family – must be present to win).
RAINING? please check website for updated info
Questions: Kathy Brennan: firstname.lastname@example.org
BEWARE OF SCAM -
If you haven’t already received this message via our Nixle, Twitter or Facebook messages, please read this warning:
Since last week, the Pleasanton Police Department has received several reports of a new telephone scam. Victims report that they got a phone call from a person claiming to be "Deputy Charles White with the Sheriff's Department".
"Deputy White" then tells the would-be victim that there is a warrant out for their arrest. He says the warrant is for a "no show" to jury duty and in order to avoid arrest, one must get a MoneyGram type of product to pay the fine.
This scam is seemingly legit, and very detailed. The "Deputy" often gives a badge number, and a local telephone number to call back. This scam is similar to the IRS scam that made headlines earlier this year.
It is important for the community to know that local government (ie: Pleasanton PD, California Court System) will NEVER ask you for personal information or payment via MoneyGram over the phone.
The California Courts website, www.courts.ca.gov states "Be Advised that official court personnel may contact you by telephone, but they will never ask for your personal information." This is taken straight from a page warning about recent scams.
Please forward this information to as many community members as possible, we’re trying to prevent more people from becoming victims.
CSO – Crime Prevention