Unit Happenings – July 2014

Unit 37

Annette Carrington

Special alert: I have been advised that there have been some large owls observed hanging out on the greenbelt and rooftops between Serenity Way and Harmony Way. They are the size of an adult cat and have quite a large wingspan. Those residents with small pets might not want to leave them outside, especially at dusk. Also, coyotes have been seen in the neighborhood, so protect your precious pets!

Also, if you know your neighbors are gone for the summer and see suspicious activity around their homes, be sure and report this to our security department. If newspapers are on the driveway for more than a few days, please pick up and put at their door as a good neighbor gesture.

We will continue to have our second Wednesday socials at the Poolside Café. They start at 4:00 p.m. and we are looking for those who might want to be greeters in August. Helen Hughes has been kind enough to volunteer to host the July social. I encourage all those who attend to deck out in patriotic red, white and blue. Also, if you have name tags from various organizations, feel free to wear them. We expect the number of attendees to be down, but we still enjoy meeting each other.

Gentle reminders: Please watch your speed within our neighborhood and always give your neighbors a smile – it is contagious!

If you have never received an email from me [email protected] please send me an email to this address. We still have about seven addresses that are not working on our site.

Reminders for our next two Board meetings for 2014: Both on Wednesdays, at 4:00 p.m. at the Oakwood Clubhouse; November 19 and December 17.


President Karine Williams 480-802-7298

Vice President David Dunn 480-883-6672

Treasurer Delores Whitlock 480-802-4709

Secretary Judy Carlon 480-895-1178

Member at Large Glenn Berggren 480-883-6642

Maintenance Manager David Jacobsen 480-688-2532

Accountant Heather Rodriguez 480 535-9756, ext. 103

There will be two positions open on the Board at the end of this year. Please consider volunteering to run. Serving your community is always appreciated.