Last Summer Board Meeting
Mark your calendar. Fill your cooler. The last HOA Board meeting of the
summer will be Monday, June 17 at 1 pm. Will this beat the record for
the shortest meeting on record? We can only hope.
No Movie This Week
This week you may want to just watch a movie in the cool of your own
home. No EE movie on tap this week or next.
Scared of Scams?
Learn how to avoid them by attending these presentations.
The first is hosted by Congressman Ron Barber and
will be held today, Monday, June 10th, 2013, 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
at the Green Valley West Social Center. Refreshments will be served.
RSVP: (520) 881-3588 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Presentations include: Lou Sampson,
Pima County SAV, "Hang up! Delete! Shred!"; Cristina Beloud, U.S. Secret
Service, Federal Overview of Scam Awareness; and Margaret Higgins, Pima
Council on Aging, Medicare Fraud.
On Thursday, June 13, at 9:30 (refreshments) 10:00 (presentation)
at the Canyon Valley Memory Care, 2985 Camino del Sol, the Scam Squad of
the Sheriff's Auxiliary Volunteers will hold an informal meeting about
the rampant growth of scams in the area.
Adler Brings Pickleball to Nederland
Ken Adler loves playing pickleball in EE and missed it so much when he
returned home to Nederland, Colorado this spring that he decided to
introduce it to residents there. Although some of his Nederland friends
scoffed, saying the game was for old folks, Ken invited them to try it
and see what they had to say then. Last week, Ken set up a court in the
Nederland Community Center gymnasium and invited the seniors to take a
few swings. He hopes to get a pickleball club going. Good luck, Ken!
Did the picture of Esther Williams' swimming double on the front page of
Sunday's Green Valley News look familiar? Mary Zellner is an EE
resident with a fascinating story.
Tom Cooke and Boyd Morse report that our common areas are
currently experiencing a shortage of weeds. Since they love riding the
gator, the guys spent two and a half hours searching high and low for
places to spray, but could hardly find any weeds worth whacking!
But they aren't hanging up their sprayer just yet. They plan on hitting
the common areas with another shot of pre-emergent just before the
monsoons. Sorry, folks, you'll have to venture out of EE to view weeds
Care What's in the Air?
The Pima Association of Governments and the Arizona Chapter of the
American Planning Association are co-sponsoring an Air Quality Forum on
Tuesday, June 18, from 8:30 to 4:00 at the Joel D. Valdez Main
Library, 101 N. Stone, in Tucson. The Forum will address air
quality/transportation/industry/climate change & greenhouse gas emission
trends and will highlight some of the innovative programs local agencies
have in place to improve air quality and sustainability. The Forum is
free, but registration is required. For more information, and to
register contact PimaCleanAir.com or Sue Cotty from Pima Association of
Governments at (520) 792-1093.