PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SPEED LIMIT IN THE PARK IS 10 MPH. WE HAVE MANY RESIDENTS WALKING, BIKING AND RIDING GOLF CARTS.
ALSO, PLEASE WEAR LIGHT COLORED CLOTHES AND/OR CARRY A FLASHLIGHT. IT IS VERY HARD TO SEE PEOPLE WALKING.
WE DO NOT WANT ACCIDENTS.



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Clubhouse is open again. Watch the calendar to find all the activities going on in the park. KEEP WATCHING THIS PAGE


OPPORTUNITIES FOR CASH REWARD!
By Jane Boudreau


ATTENDANCE PRIZE!
Each month at the Activities Organization meeting a lot number is drawn for the attendance prize. If the resident of that lot is present, they receive the attendance prize of at least $10.00. The $10.00 rolls over to the next month if the resident is not present. The prize amount continues to grow. You must be present to win. Your participation is important to success of the Activities Organization. Join us on March 6th for the next meeting. CDC guidelines are followed at the meetings.

FOOD BANK DONATIONS!
To increase our donations to the Apache Junction Food Bank, two additional 50/50 tickets will be given to all those who purchase $5.00 worth of 50/50 tickets and bring at least two canned goods to the monthly Activities Organization meeting. Coincidently, I won the 50/50 drawing in February and I did make the donation. Good luck to all of you.




Notes from Residents Meeting


Residents Meeting
March 6, 2021


A residents meeting was held on March 6, 2021 at 9:03 am with 50 people in attendance. Dave began the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and then took roll call of the Board. Sandy Baumstark, Connie Riter, Richard Granata, Mike Kereluk, and Pat Hillard were present. Bonnie Harrison, member at large is still in Canada. Dave then asked if there were any new residents in attendance. Ron and Jan Passage from Washington State are in Unit 80 and will be full time residents. David and Karyl Klein from Colorado moved into Lot 203 and will be part-time residents. He welcomed both couples to Desert Harbor. He then asked if there were any changes to the minutes from the February meeting, copies were on the tables. There were none, and they were approved. The treasurer's report was also approved. Dave then asked for Board members announcements. Connie said she wanted to thank Sandy Baumstark, Oneeta Stevens, and Carol Ransom for selling so many of the Coyote Coupon Books. She gave Richard the $500 for selling them all. Pat Hillard said she is working on getting an Italian food truck for March 11th, and she mentioned the Comedian coming on March 17th. On April 3rd we will have an Easter parade at noon with golf carts and bonnets. On Friday, April 16th we will have a band, the Beeline High way Band playing from 5 - 8pm. They play a mixture of 60's, 70's and Country Music. Before them we will be having a hot dog, hamburger roast outside. Dave mentioned that our propane tank was stolen and he will check with the office to see if they will replace it. On March 16th the ladies are having a luncheon out at Sullivans, sign up sheet is in the back of the clubhouse. We meet at 11 am and car pool to the restaurant. They will be serving corned beef and cabbage. Clif spoke about Mexican Train which meets every Wednesday at noon, and we could use more players. At one time, we had 3 tables of people who played. Carol Rysavy gave a report on the library. She has many magazines, over 400 videos in the card room, and she encourages more people to use the library. She also mentioned a government site which AAMHO encourages people to check because it helps people who are suffering financially from the pandemic. Tom Dike said he made two dumps this month of cans and gave $45 to Richard. He feels people are beginning to drink more. Keep it up! Under New Business: Dave mentioned the new members who were elected to the board---Secretary: Barb Neinkark, Treasurer: Oneeta Stevens, and Member at large: Rhonda Smaldino. They will take over in April, and he thanked Richard Granata and Connie Riter for serving many years. They will each receive a $50 gift card from the Activities Committee. Dave read the letter which the Audit Committee wrote after they scoured the treasurer's books. Paula Barker and Jane Boudreau said he kept outstanding records. They indicated that "this shows confidence in the membership by accepting each one's accounting." (the letter is in the secretary's book of notes.) A big thank you to Janie Tarpin for her Women's Safety course, also to Pat and Sandy for hand delivering ballots to the residents and to Pat for organizing the Dutton Show. Pat also mentioned the Medical Emergency Cards which she has. If you have not completed one, please do so, and post it on your refrigerator in case you have an emergency. The medics who come will love you! The 50/50 raffle was $89 and was won by Oneeta Stevens. The attendance raffle was $40 and was won by Richard Lewis. We will not have a patio sale or Fun Days until we are through with the pandemic and can have outside people come into the park to purchase. We had a sale in November and it was not very good since no one but residents could buy from each other A motion was approved to adjourn. We adjourned at 9:40 am. Respectfully submitted, Connie Riter




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