HERITAGE RANCH NEWSLETTER
Articles for the newsletter must be in by the 25th of each month and dropped off at office or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
All articles must be signed. Include your lot and phone number. Editor will make the final decision on all articles.
Activity Committee Members:
Jolee Mertz Chairman
Peg McGriff Treas/Sec
Barbara Fritzsche Scheduler
Brady Smith Kitchen
Colleen May Newsletter
Sandy Machen Photos/Flyers
Colleen May Sunshine
JoAnn Kepley Alternate
Wanda Park Board Advisor
Upcoming Activities Meetings:
Agenda Mtg. Feb. 11th 11:00 am
Activities Mtg Feb. 13th 9:00 a.m.
Board Members 2014
President: Jim Pebley
VP/Treasurer: John Hamm
Secretary: Ann Wible
Maintenance: Duncan Bergeron
Landscaping: Rich Windish
Architectural: Wanda Park
Liaison : Ken Benson
Upcoming Board Meetings:
Agenda Mtg. Feb. 12th 9:00 a.m.
Board Mtg. Feb. 19th 7:00 p.m.
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Cathy Kennedy - Feb. 15
Joel Hoggatt - Feb. 22
Chuck Woolery - Jan. 17
Our love and sympathy to their family and friends
Important Phone Numbers
Police: 951-776-1017 or 951-654-2702
Fire: 951-654-7912 or 951-654-7637
Graffiti Clean Up: 951-654-4041
Abandoned Shop Cart: 800-252-4613
Code Enforcement: 951-487-7321
Street Lights/Signals: 951-654-4041
Animal Control: 951-487-6565
City Offices: 951-487-7330
Valley Crime Stoppers 951-282-5322
Anonymous Tip Hot Line 1-866-640-8477
John Hamm - Board Advisor
Lot # 174A
Buyer: Stamatia McCashin
Seller: Johnnie/Nellie Shaw-Hill
Lot # 179A
Buyer: Jim/Velinda Howard
Seller: Pat Cherry
Welcome new friends…
Goodbye to old friends
Notes from the office:
Once again, we want to thank those of you that have contributed to the coffee variety by bringing down your own favorites for everyone to enjoy. Also, thanks to the money donations as well. All of these donations help us provide a larger variety other than the old “French Roast” that we get at Costco.
Notes from the Board:
During the wind storm in January, we had a street light pole fall down. That pole is in the process of being repaired and reinstalled. At the same time, all the parks street sign and light poles have been checked and repaired as needed.
Also, the end of January is bringing us a new ice machine. If it’s not installed by the time this newsletter comes out, it will be soon after.
Maintenance Committee Board Advisor
If you plan to sell or rent your lot, please use 1 sign only. No banners on your lot.
Also, lets all work to maintain our homes, to enhance our property values
Architectural Committee Board Advisor
Be water wise. Southern California is suffering the worst draught in many years. Water supplies are dwindling and we need to cut back on water usage. Sweep driveways instead of washing, water plants sparingly and be careful of water use inside our units.
SLOW DOWN when driving inside the Park. Speed limit is 10 MPH. Please observe it.
Smokers please do not drop your cigarette buts on the streets and walks.
Painting: Please check with the architectural committee before you paint. Colors should be neutral.
President, Board of Directors
Nite Club Nite:
The reviews are in! Nite Club Nite on January 19th was a great success. We’ve had a lot of good response from those that attended that the band was great, and they’d all like to see them come back.
Thank you Kathy Christiansen and her crew for putting this together for a great evening of music and friendship.
January’s winners were:
Mary Nell Flora 1st Place $50.00
Barbara Hale 2nd Place $25.00
Check for new photos on the main bulletin board on February 10th
The Activity Committee thanks Ranchers on Wheels who chaired the Bash again this year, as well as all their friends for stepping to assist. We enjoyed a pleasant Happy Hour and delicious meal.
If you have a suggestion for other toppings, please call Peggy McGriff.
Come one come all join the fun. Enter 2 very fun tournaments in February.
Feb. 1 Hands Across the Border and
Feb. 22, Kings and Queens. Everyone is invited to play. Look for sign up sheets. Hope to see you there.
In January we had 36 in attendance. Lots of good food and fun. Many thanks to Ole and his crew for the table set ups. Also many thanks to those who helped me learn my way around the kitchen, get set-up and clean up.
February 8th will be our Valentine pot luck. Grab your valentine, invite a friend or two, bring a dish to serve at least eight, and join us for fine food, friendly folks and February fun.
Tickets are still available, $6.00 each, for the Feb. 12 dinner.
Happy Hour @ 4:00 p.m. - BYOB
Dinner @ 5:30 p.m.
Call Rose Chorney or Levena Bebault
It’s time again to start thinking about our annual Swap Meet. This year the schedule will be as follows:
Table Sales Feb. 8 8:00a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Cost per table is $4.00.
Table Set-Up Feb. 14 Noon - 5:00 p.m.
Swap Meet Feb. 15
Sellers 6:30 a.m. to Noon
Residents 7:00 a.m.
The gates will open at 8 a.m. for the public.
Please remember if you are planning to sell clothes, make sure the items are clean and in good repair. All electronics should be in working order, unless specified AS IS.
We will be selling coffee and donuts, then later in the morning sodas, hot dogs & chips.
Any items not sold, that you want to donate; we will have Mission Church truck here to pick up again.
And lastly you must stay at your table until Noon unless you have sold all your items.
Any questions, please call Velinda Howard at 562-756-5869
Ernie’s Surprise Lunch:
The February lunch will feature Joe Stanley’s world famous and award winning chili accompanied by salad, roll, and desert. Tickets will cost $5.00 and will be sold by the Activity Committee and the HR office. Lunch will be served on February 22nd--to the shuffleboard players at 11:30 and to others from noon until 1:00 p.m.
Cutoff date for tickets will be February 19th. No tickets will be available after that date or at the door. There will be a 50/50 drawing.
Watch the March Newsletter. Jim, Velinda, and the Ranchers on Wheels will repeat the soufflé breakfast which was very popular last year. Also on the calendar will be a St. Patrick’s dinner featuring, of course, corned beef and cabbage.
Watch the bulletin boards for flyers and announcement of ticket sales
Mariachi Nite Club Nite:
Wednesday, February 26th 7 pm - 9 pm
Tickets are $15.00 per person.
See Kathy for tickets after February 8th,
Once again, PLEASE, do not leave hardback books in the library. We do
accept Biography’s and Autobiography’s. In our towns we have San Jacinto
Library on Idyllwild and Hemet Library on Latham.
The Hemet Friends of the Library accept all donations during the hours of
9 am to 6 pm, Wednesday through Saturday. Please do not leave your
donations outside the library as the”Good Stuff” is taken before the
Friends and Library have an opportunity to accept them.
Remember, your donations are tax deductible, so be sure to pick up a form
for the Friends.