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.


















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


Residents Meeting - May 1, 2021

Our residents meeting was called to order by President Dave at 9 AM with approximately 45 residents in attendance. Dave started with the Pledge of Allegiance and then he introduced the board members who were all present. Dave mentioned that it was Lew Smaldino's birthday and we all wished him a Happy Birthday. The minutes of the April Residents Meeting were approved with a first by Sherry Weinert and a second by Rich Lewis and the Treasurer's Report was approved with a first by Rich Nienkark and a second by Betty Zaslawsky. Cinco de Mayo will be celebrated on Wednesday, May 5th starting at 4 PM with a 50/50 drawing, 'Walking Tacos' and Margaritas by Connie and Art. You can also BYOB. Music will be provided and if the weather cooperates we may have some tables outside. We will be sailing on the Desert Belle on Wed. May 12 at 4:00 PM. Make your own reservation on line or on the phone from 8 - 10 AM daily. On May 19th Filly Up Food Truck will be outside the clubhouse from 4:30 to 6:00 PM. On June 2nd a Fry Bread Food Truck will be in the same place at the same time. On June 18th Janice Young and Deborah Lee will be performing in the clubhouse from 6 - 8 PM. They will be 'wearing their bling' so be sure to wear yours! Our librarian Carol thanked April for taking care of the library in her absense and asked us to please bring in any books that we have to donate. Dave said that he hopes we will be able to have our patio sales, bake sale, used book sale and white elephant sale in the fall. He thanked Karen Cormay for her efforts in getting new advertisers for our newsletter. Dave thanked Tom Dyke for his work with our aluminum cans and reported a $40 profit the last time he took them in. He really appreciates it if you rinse and flatten the cans. Dave said we have The Beeline Highway Band booked for November 20th and he, once again, thanked everyone for their hard work on our outdoor barbeque. On May 11th at 4 PM Jane Tarpein will hold a Personal Protection Workship in the clubhouse. It is for both women and men. The next Ladies Outside the Park Luncheon will be on Tuesday, May 18th at P.F. Changs. There is a sign-up sheet in the clubhouse. On May 31st we will have a chicken dinner in and outside of the clubhouse if the weather permits. The chicken will be from Frys and you are asked to bring a dish to share. We will most probably have a chicken dinner to celebrate the Fourth of July, too. For those of you who wish to have Golf Cart Parades on one or both dates, have at it! Just to straighten this out...Pat Hillard and Sandy Baumstark emptied the mail cubbies and delivered the mail. Cami Weiss and Carol Rysavy delivered the ballots. There have been several instances of unwanted persons using our shower facilities and our couch for sleeping. Please be sure the doors lock behind you. Cami brought up the possibility of having our meetings 9 months a year rather than 12 so that more residents could be active on the Board. You have to have a vote to change the by-laws and as Denise, our Treasurer, mentioned the Treasurer has to do a report every month. The 50/50 was worth $77.50 and it was won by Paula Barker. The residents drawing was $20 and the lot number 156 was drawn and Jim and Karen Stephens were present. Larry Hemming made a motion to adjourn and Rich Nienkark seconded the motion.
Respectfully submitted,
Barb Nienkark, Secretary





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