Cottonwood Palo Verde at Sun Lakes

Board of Directors meeting minutes – July 29 (unapproved)

Directors present: Rich Featherstone, Richard Hawkes, Bud Jenssen, Anne Montgomery, Woody Neiman, Dick Norris and Mel Rasmussen

Also present: General Manager Steve Nolan

President Richard Hawkes called the meeting to order at 3:00 p.m.

Secretary Mel Rasmussen introduced and gave a short biography of WWII Navy Veteran, Danny Facciolla. Mr. Facciolla then led the Pledge of Allegiance. Mr. Facciolla was thanked for his military service.

Woody Neiman made a motion, seconded by Bud Jenssen, to approve the June 24, 2015 Board Meeting Minutes. The motion carried unanimously.

PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE:

President Richard Hawkes gave a report on the following projects, some of which will be further reported on in this meeting:

PV Maintenance Building currently underway; PV short game practice facility; Pebbletec resurfacing of CWPV pools; parking lot maintenance presently going on; many other projects conducted by maintenance staff under direction of Jim Miller. He mentioned some of the following items up for Board approval on today’s agenda: PV patio shade; refurbishing of the CW and PV bar tops; installation of concrete stairway to enable access to CW driving range bunker. Finally, he gave kudos to management, recognizing them as the source of many of the improvements and projects in our facilities.

TREASURER’S REPORT:

Treasurer Woody Neiman presented the June 30, 2015 Financial Summary. A detailed report will be available for viewing in Homeowner Services.

Mr. Neiman thanked Food and Beverage staff for their efforts in addition to thanking the patrons for their support.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – Board: none. Audience: Comment regarding the positive sales of homes; question regarding who to contact about the need for turning off lights in the facilities. Direction was given to either complete a white comment card which is given to the manager in charge or to contact GM Steve Nolan.

Rich Featherstone made a motion, seconded by Mel Rasmussen, to approve the June 30, 2015 pre-audited Financial Report. The motion carried unanimously.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

Architectural Compliance Committee: This committee did not meet in July and will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 1 at 8:30 a.m. in the A-7 Paint Room.

The committee has no recommendations for the Board or for management.

Audit and Finance Committee: The report of the meeting held July 8 was given by Joel Bosch on behalf of Fred Haubold. Items of discussion were: monthly financials reviewed and approved; Food and Beverage inventory at Cottonwood was postponed in May and June, rescheduled with the beverage audit in July; budget assignments for committee was reviewed and approved. The next meeting is August 12 at 2:00 p.m. in the Saguaro Room.

The committee has no recommendations for the Board or for management.

Complete minutes of this committee’s meetings are available for viewing at Homeowner Services.

Communications Committee: This committee did not meet in July and will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 14 at 8:30 a.m. in the Ceramics Room.

Election Committee: This committee did not meet in July and will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 2 at 1:30 p.m. in the Ceramics Room.

Facilities and Grounds Committee: This committee did not meet in July and will not meet in August. The next meeting will be September 14 at 9:30 a.m. in the Paint Room.

Food and Beverage Committee: This committee did not meet in July and will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 3 at 9:00 a.m. in the Saguaro Room.

Golf Committee: The report of the meeting held July 2, was given by Board Liaison to the Golf Committee, Anne Montgomery, on behalf of Richard Hair. Items of discussion were: proposal from Men’s Golf which was denied; nothing further to report. She then commented that CW No. 15 has taken on a whole new look to the bunker with the addition of an 8 foot wider landing. Bill Todd added that the addition should speed up play. He also mentioned that the sod to finish this project would not be available until mid-August. This committee will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 3 at 1:00 p.m. in the Ceramics Room.

Audience Question: Regarding the denied proposal from Men’s Golf.

Anne Montgomery explained at length the various reasons that the proposal was denied. Richard Hawkes then explained the process regarding the Board’s removal of the proposal from the agenda. It was explained that the Golf Committee’s recommendation required both management and Board input. This information was related to the Board and removed from the agenda.

The committee has no further recommendations for the Board or for Management.

Complete minutes of this committee’s meetings are available for viewing at Homeowner Services.

Recreation Committee: The report of their meeting held July 6 was given by Lorri Morgan on behalf of Wanda Johnson. Subjects discussed: sail shades for the pool; election of new chairperson; election of a subcommittee to monitor Board Policy 7-60 for a year, pickleball signups for a year and see how it is working; welcomed new Recreation Committee members.

This committee will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 14 (due to Labor Day) at 1:30 p.m. in the Phoenix Room.

The committee has no recommendations for the Board or for management.

Complete minutes of this committee’s meetings are available for viewing at Homeowner Services.

Richard Hawkes thanked Lorri Morgan, Mel Rasmussen and the Committee, for taking on the job of monitoring Board Policy 7-60.

Safety, Security and Access Committee: This committee did not meet in July and will not meet in August. The next meeting is September 9 at 10:00 a.m. in the Saguaro Room.

Health and Wellness Center Task Force: Board Director Rich Featherstone reported that HWCTF met June 31 and July 7; interviewed the applicants, of which four were chosen of the nine applications submitted. They were advised in person whether or not they were selected. On July 7 Anne Montgomery and Rich Featherstone met with consulting architect Ken Eller, to determine what needs to be done next in order to present something to an architect. The next meeting is August 4 at 2:00 p.m. in the Saguaro Room.

The committee has one recommendation for the Board to approve the appointments to the HWTF and no recommendations for management.

PROJECT REPORTS:

Steve Nolan Reported on the following project(s):

PV chipping and practice area: On schedule greening up and open after overseeding.

PV maintenance lunchroom and office: Delayed by County requesting a survey. Before this meeting, he was informed by the contractor that they are now on track and pouring of the foundation will be this or next week.

MANAGEMENT REPORT:

Steve Nolan gave his management report.

In addition, Mr. Nolan thanked Jim Miller for the planning of the parking lot restoration, which has resulted in substantial savings to the HOA. This project is currently in the final stages.

DIRECTORS COMMENTS:

Bud Jenssen thanked Mr. Facciolla for his military service; thanked Jim Miller.

Mel Rasmussen thanked Mr. Facciolla for his military service; thanked Food and Beverage management team on how well they continue to perform.

Dick Norris: Thanked Mr. Facciolla for his military service; thanked Jim Miller for adding spikes on top of the pickleball court to deter the birds; he reported the sound video upgrade is still on schedule, starting with San Tan Ballroom, which is the hub and then move on to CW Bar and Grill and ordering equipment. He stated that the goal is to be completed by early October.

Woody Neiman thanked Facciolla for his military service; announced the budget process is beginning and advised everyone to watch for announcements of the open meetings, with the first one scheduled for August 5.

Anne Montgomery: None

Rich Featherstone thanked Mr. Facciolla for his military service.

CAPITAL RESERVE REPLACEMENT FUND REQUESTS:

Richard Hawkes explained the following request which was an emergency repair and already completed. He explained that this was a sole source bid.

Dick Norris made a motion, seconded by Mel Rasmussen, to approve emergency repair of dual contactors at Cottonwood Hole Nos. 4 and 5 for the sole source bid of $4,710.52, from Advanced Pump & Control Systems.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

Richard Hawkes explained the following request.

Dick Norris made a motion, seconded by Anne Montgomery, to approve the purchase of 10 new rental golf carts for the CW Golf Course for the low bid of 38,693.20 from A-1 Golf Carts.

The floor was opened to Board & homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

Richard Hawkes explained the following request. At the request of Richard Hawkes, Anne Montgomery made a motion, seconded by Bud Jenssen, to approve the Cottonwood fairway sand project to be completed in multiple phases over several years (1,200 tons of fairway sand) for the low bid of $17,268 from The Source, plus a 10 percent contingency for a total cost of $18,994.80.

The floor was opened to the Board, who asked if this project would be an annual request. Bill Todd explained it is multiple phases, but will be requested again the next year.

The floor was opened to homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

Richard Hawkes explained the following request and reason for the sole source bid.

Anne Montgomery made a motion, seconded by Bud Jenssen, to approve repair of Palo Verde Bar top, for the sole source bid of $9,909 from Furniture Medic, plus a 10 percent contingency, for a total cost of $10,899.90.

The floor was opened to the Board and the following were discussed: concern over the odor of the finishing, which was explained would be odorless; the alternative bar location which will be set up in the PV dining room or for CW, would be the Ballroom while the lounge and bar is closed off; one venue would be open while the other is closed.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

Richard Hawkes explained the following request:

Bud Jenssen made a motion, seconded by Anne Montgomery, to approve repair of the Cottonwood Bar top, for the sole source bid of $10,800 from Furniture Medic, plus a 10 percent contingency, for a total cost of $11,880.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

Richard Hawkes explained the following request. At the request of Richard Hawkes, Bill Todd explained the reason for the sole source bid and introduced the owner of Advanced Pump & Control Systems who explained the project and his company’s 10 year familiarity with our pump stations. Steve Nolan also explained critical necessity of operational pumps as we go into overseeding. After the explanation, Richard Hawkes thanked Advanced Pump & Control for their 10 years with the HOA.

Bud Jenssen made a motion, seconded by Anne Montgomery, to approve repairs to pump nos. 1 and 3 at the Sunnydale pump site, for the sole source bid of $26,107.58 from Advanced Pump & Control Systems.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

PV GATE RESERVE FUND:

None

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT FUND REQUESTS:

Richard Hawkes explained the following request. He thanked Joel Bosch for his help getting the project bids.

Dick Norris made a motion, seconded by Anne Montgomery, to approve the installation of a concrete stairway to access the driving range practice bunker, for the low bid of $10,812.43 from Harcon Concrete, plus a 15 percent contingency, for a total cost of $12,434.29.

The floor was opened to the Board who discussed the low bidder, Harcon, making certain we were comfortable with Harcon given the great difference in the bid prices. Bill Todd stated confidence in the ability of Harcon.

The floor was opened to homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

Richard Hawkes explained the following request. At the request of Richard Hawkes, Steve Nolan explained the choice of Farnsworth Construction over the lower bid. He stated that Burris Horell was unable to commit to our timeframe due to their workload and the HOA has a positive relationship with Farnsworth and the projects they have already completed for us.

Dick Norris made a motion, seconded by Anne Montgomery, to approve the addition of a steel shade cover over the entire rear patio of the Palo Verde restaurant patio for the bid of $138,900 from Farnsworth Construction, plus a 15 percent contingency, for a total cost of $158,700.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTION FUND:

None

OLD BUSINESS:

None

NEW BUSINESS:

Richard Hawkes announced the following request.

Anne Montgomery made a motion, seconded by Rich Featherstone, the appointments of the following members of the Health and Wellness Center Task Force: Dave Bolio, Fred Haubold, Lorri Morgan and Sue Schwartz.

The floor was opened to Board and homeowner comments – no comments. The motion carried unanimously.

FIRST READINGS:

Richard Hawkes announced the following documents that will be in First Readings for the month of August. At the request of Richard Hawkes, the changes were explained by Dick Norris.

BP 6-01 Code of Conduct

BP 10-02 ACC Committee Charter

HOMEOWNER COMMENTS:

Question regarding responsibility of CW street maintenance. It was stated that maintenance is the responsibility of Maricopa County.

Questions regarding Michigan Gate no longer being staffed and signage explaining this. It was stated that signage would be put on the windows.

Question regarding golf carts having access to the Michigan Gate. It was stated yes, with transmitters.

The meeting adjourned at 3:58 p.m.

Message from the board president

Richard Hawkes

I hope you are watching as our community continues to update, add and remodel our many facilities and amenities. At the Board meeting on July 29, 2015 approval was given for the refurbishing of the Cottonwood and Palo Verde bar tops. By the time you read this both bars should be completed. At Palo Verde, we will have an opportunity to try out the new portable bar which arrived in August!

The Palo Verde pool is undergoing resurfacing with new pebble tech. This involved process takes considerable time to complete and the pool will be closed until September 14. This project was directed by the Maricopa County Health Department. There are no health issues but a preventive measure required about every 10 years. The Cottonwood and Michigan pools are open for everyone’s use.

At the July Board meeting, the Cottonwood Palo Verde Board also approved the construction of stairs for the new practice bunker at the Cottonwood driving range. The project is the result of the hard work by the Safety, Security and Access Committee, the Facilities and Grounds Committee and the Golf Committee. This joint committee project will provide safe access to and from the parking lot to the practice bunker area.

Additionally, the long awaited patio shade cover for the Palo Verde patio was approved by the Board at the July meeting. This addition will allow for greater use of the beautiful Palo Verde patio. With the addition of fans, lights and a misting system, this area will now give needed dining and special event space at Palo Verde. The new portable bar, mentioned above, will provide for more efficient and timely beverage service for special events on the patio and on the busy nights when outdoor dining is available. The actual construction of the patio cover will be subject to the Maricopa County permitting process, but we are hopeful the project will be completed for the beginning of high season in October. Stay tuned for announcements about the start of this amenity addition.

At the July meeting the Board approved the addition of four new members to the Health and Wellness Task Force (HWTF). The new members are Dave Bolio, Fred Haubold, Lorri Morgan and Sue Schwartz. This brings the Task Force to the identified capacity for the first phase of their work. Watch for postings concerning the many task force meetings. The HWTF is always interested in receiving homeowner input and all the meetings are open to our homeowners.

Please enjoy our many amenities. Our restaurants and lounges are cool and the staff are waiting to serve you. Watch for the many weekly and daily specials offered at both Cottonwood and Palo Verde. The great entertainment and dance music continues during the summer at both venues. Be sure to attend the fantastic entertainment being brought to our San Tan Ballroom. Watch for announcements.

Our community has so much to offer! Please join your friends and neighbors and enjoy our many amenities and our active life style.

Upcoming events

Ladies Coffee

It’s time for our fun and informative Ladies Coffees to start up again. The coffees are the first Wednesdays of the months October-April in the San Tan Ballroom starting at 10:30 a.m. The cost is only $3 for cookies, hot coffee, hot tea and iced tea along with great conversation with your friends and your new friends. We’ve planned some fun fashion shows, entertainers and guest speakers this year. Tickets are sold at the door. We also have great give-a-ways. Our Ladies Coffee is opened for all Sun Lakers and guests.

Upcoming dates are as follows:

2015: October 7, November 4 and December 2

2016: January 6, February 3, March 2 and April 6

Halloween Buffet, Dance and Haunted House

Back by popular demand, Cottonwood will be hosting a full, blown-out, frightening Halloween Buffet, Dance and Haunted House on Saturday, October 31 in the San Tan Ballroom. Cocktails (no host) start at 5:00 p.m. The buffet will run from 5:30-7:00 p.m. and will include pumpkin soup with cornbread and small rolls, chicken fingers, sausage links, Italian meatballs, spaghetti, meat and cheese platter, guacamole and chips, deviled eggs, green salad, crunchy green bean casserole, pasta salad, blood cake, pudding with crushed Oreos and more. The costume contest starts at 6:45 p.m. There will be four categories: Best Couple, Most Creative, Scariest and Funniest. There will only be one winner in each category and you can only win in one category. The prizes will be worth wearing a costume! Costumes for the evening are optional. DJ Jamal will be on hand to play all your favorites, including some great Halloween songs from 7:00-10:00 p.m. There will be a scary Haunted House in the Saguaro Room from 7:00-9:00 p.m. The cost is included in your ticket price. Don’t be scared – bring all your friends and have a great Halloween!

DJ Jamal – Saturday Night Dances

Our summer DJ Dances are becoming a big hit! Jamal does take requests, but he spins a great variety of music each time. Tickets are still only $5. You can come early (5:00 p.m.) and have your dinner served to you in the San Tan Ballroom with a no-host bar. Dancing and snacks will be from 6:30–9:30 p.m. All Saturdays: September 12 and October 10

Doggie Adoption – Rover’s Rest Stop

Many of you have asked when our next doggie adoption is going to be, so we are going to try and give you some future dates. The next show is during the hot summer months so they’ll be indoors in Cottonwood’s A-6 Dance Room from 9:00 a.m.-noon on Saturday, September 12. After that, they will be on a regular schedule and held outside. For more information call 480-600-2828. You can always see their kids on www.RoversRestStop.com.

Free Shred-A-Thon

Michael Dory of Farmers Insurance will be hosting another free Shred-A-Thon here in Cottonwood for all our homeowners in Sun Lakes. Mark your calendars now for the date, Sunday, October 18 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Your information will be shredded on site. Please limit yourself to three boxes per household.

Teen Idols

There is nothing that can stir old memories like revisiting the music of your teen years. How about, Bobby Vee, Frankie Avalon, Paul Anka, Pat Boone, Ricky Nelson, Dion and Fabian? The show date is Wednesday, September 2 in the San Tan Ballroom. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for a 7:00 p.m. show. Tickets are $20.

Cory McCloskey’s Love Boat Variety Show

Cory McCloskey from FOX 10 News and TAD Management have teamed up to bring the ship to you! Cory presents an old school variety show featuring some of the best acts you can see on the best cruise ships in the world including a sensational, ship-styled live band. The show date is Wednesday, September 30 in the San Tan Ballroom. Doors opens at 6:00 p.m. for a 7:00 p.m. show. Tickets are $20.

One Hit Wonderfuls

One Hit Wonderfuls highlights one hit wonders – a tribute to those artists who enjoyed their 15 minutes of fame with one hit song. Every decade had them. Songs like Spirit in the Sky, Seasons in the Sun, In the Summertime; the list goes on and on and we can assure a stack of “I remember where I was then” memories will flood your senses as you sing-a-long to all these songs. So make plans now to be with us on Tuesday, October 20 in the San Tan Ballroom. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. show. Tickets are $20 and go on sale Monday, August 10.

The Broadway Concert

The Broadway Concert brings to the stage the greatest blockbuster hits of Broadway. From West Side Story to Les Miserables; from Oklahoma to The Phantom of the Opera. You’ll hear the most popular songs from the most successful musicals presented in a one-of-a-kind concert. The show date is Tuesday, November 10 in the San Tan Ballroom. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. show. Tickets are $20 and go on sale Monday, August 10.

A Tribute to Christmas

Tribute artists rule the roost in terms of live entertainment and we bring some of the best to celebrate Christmas in tribute style. You might see Natalie Cole, Bette Midler, Elvis Presley or some other surprise guest in the Tribute to Christmas Show that will be performed on Wednesday, December 16 in the San Tan Ballroom. Come join in on this holiday special performed by a great troupe of professional singers. Doors will open at 6:00 p.m. with a 7:00 p.m. show. Tickets are $20 and go on sale August 10.

Cliff Castle Casino – One Day Trip

The bus will leave the Cottonwood flagpole on Wednesday, September 23 at approximately 8:30 a.m. and will leave the Casino at 3:30 p.m., arriving at Sun Lakes at approximately 5:00 p.m. For $15 you will receive round trip transportation to Cliff Castle (Verde, AZ), free buffet and $20 Freeplay Castle Cash.

Hamilton High Football Games and Transportation

Once again Hamilton High is generously sponsoring the following free football games, including transportation to and from. The school bus will pick you up at the Cottonwood flagpole.

Dates: Pick up time:

Friday, September 18 at 6:00 p.m. (Homecoming)

Thursday, September 24 at 6:00 p.m.

Friday, October 9 at 5:30 p.m.

(Free Senior Picnic)

Friday October 16 at 6:00 p.m.

Labor Day Barbecue

You won’t want to miss this! On Saturday, September 5, enjoy some of your favorite barbecue at Palo Verde for $20 per person plus tax and gratuity. Grills will fire up at 5:00 p.m. and shut down at 8:00 p.m. Menu includes New York strip steak on the grill, char-grilled shrimp skewers, baked potato bar with all the fixin’s, seared vegetable skewers and red, white and blue shortcake.

Cottonwood’s fourth annual Pig Roast

Wow! What a deal! On Saturday, October 24, Cottonwood will be hosting their fourth annual Pig Roast in the San Tan Ballroom for only $35. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. with a chili and roasted carrot soup station. From 5:00-6:30 p.m. take part in the pumpkin painting or carving contest. Pig Roast Buffet starts at 6:30 p.m. and runs until 8:00 p.m. The menu includes roasted pig (naturally), chicken, mixed green salad, kale salad, mac n’ cheese, sweet potato casserole, roasted acorn squash, fall vegetable medley, apple crisp, vanilla ice cream and carrot cake. Entertainment for the evening will be the Thaddeus Rose Trio. There will also be a charity raffle!

Impersonators 2016 Show – Oh Canada

On Wednesday, March 15, 2016, the Impersonators will take the stage in the San Tan Ballroom. The performers will be doing a tribute to Celine Dion, Michael Buble, Shania Twain and Paul Anka called Oh Canada. The 7:00 p.m. dhow sold out in two weeks so we’ve opened a 3:00 p.m. show. Tickets are still only $20 and are going fast.

Dancing With the Stars

Our 2016 Dancing with the Stars show will move to Friday, February 19 and Saturday, February 20. Tickets are on sale now and only $20 for this wonderful night of fun and dancing. Both nights’ shows will start at 7:00 p.m. with doors opening at 6:00 p.m. Names of the six Sun Lakes dancers will be announced next month. All six dancers will dance both Friday and Saturday with a different winner for each night.

Annual Open House

This year, we are going to change the name of our annual Open House to Community Days! Everything else is the same. The date is set for Saturday, October 17 in the San Tan Ballroom from 9:00 a.m.-(noon). Letters will be going out to all clubs, classes and organizations who have attended in the past. If you are new and would like to be included, call the Recreation Assistant at 480-384-4065.

Smartphone 101 Class

Instructor Robert Reed will be teaching a class on Smartphones in Cottonwood’s A-2 Ladies Card Room. In this class you’ll be able to ask questions and get answers. Classes will be every Monday from 10:00–11:00 a.m. Classes will run all summer. The fee will be $25 per student, per class. Contact: [email protected] or call 480-442-0230.

Mastering Your Camera Phone

Instructor Robert Reed will be teaching a class on mastering your camera phones in Cottonwood’s A-2 Ladies Card Room. In this class you’ll be able to ask questions and get answers. Classes will be every Monday from 11:00 a.m.–noon. Classes will run all summer. The fee will be $25 per student, per class. Contact: [email protected] or call 480-442-0230.

Free Skin Cancer Screening Starting in September

Dr. Laura Arce of Radiant Complexions Dermatology Clinic will be conducting a free skin cancer screening in Cottonwood’s Phoenix Room (A-9) from 8:00 a.m.–noon on Wednesday, September 2. All Sun Lakers are invited. No appointment needed. The doctor will see you on a first come basis. Future Wednesday screenings are October 7, November 4, December 2, January 6, February 3, March 2 and April 6.

Free Exercise Equipment Classes

Personal Trainer, Deryk Garmanian and his assistant/homeowner, Brenda Waara, will be instructing, at no cost, a weight room and equipment orientation class in the Ladies Fitness Center, for both men and women (at this time) on the following Wednesdays: September 16, October 21, November 18 and December 16. Please sign up at Homeowner Services. If there are less than three students, Deryk will cancel the class and contact those who have signed up.

Upcoming Traveling Tours with Free Spirit

To book any of these trips, call Free Spirit Vacations at 480-926-5547 or e-mail [email protected] Please remind them that you are a Cottonwood Palo Verde homeowner. Event information flyers can be found at Cottonwood’s Homeowner Services.

9/27-10/1 – Get Your Kicks on Route 66

10/6-10/9 – Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta

10/9 – Arizona Fall Foliage

10/23 – Verde Canyon Railroad

11/9 – Penske Museum and Turf Paradise

11/17 – 11/20 – Hooray for Hollywood

12/2 – 12/4 – Dickens Festival and It’s A Wonderful Life

12/3 – 12/9 – Smoky Mountain Christmas from Ashville – Nashville

12/5 – Prescott Day Christmas Parade

12/9 – Phoenix Zoo, Dinner & Mormon Temple

12/10 – Desert Botanical Gardens w/Dinner and Mormon Temple

12/31-1/02 – Rose Bowl Parade Mini-Getaway