SAVE YOUR PULL TABS
If you drink canned beverages with pull tabs and want to help veterans, remove the tabs and place them in the container in the clubhouse. Jean Poole is collecting them to help veterans buy wheel chairs, pay for medical treatment and other things. Thank you for your consideration.
YOUR NEW BOARD OF DIRECTORS FOR 2021-2022
WANT TO LEARN ENGRAVING ART?
Artist Helen Howe
Are you bored? Why not let your artistic side out and take an engraving (scratch) class by artist, Helen Howe, our resident Rancho Rialto artist. The class is free, however, please bring a cutting board and money (to reimburse Helen for supplies and materials). Engraving art is sketching a picture, using an exacto knife on a special board. Helen says NO talent is necessary. Classes will be two hours long, Tuesday and Thursdays, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., by appointment only. It takes two weeks to complete one class. During Covid, she will limit her classes to two (2) students, at one time. Distancing and masks are required at this time. Weather permitting, classes will be outside at her home. Call Helen now and book your class; men and women welcome! Not only are her classes fun, but you'll take home that beautiful picture you created. Call Helen today!
VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH
After months of smashing cans, 17 bags are finally off to the recycling company. Special thanks to our recycle man, Warren Ward, who faithfully gathers our cans from all the blue recycle receptacles and crushes them for the Activities Club. The Board would like to award Warren as this Month's VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH. The collection cans are located behind the clubhouse and are marked "Cans Only". Do not put cans in the garbage can by the mail boxes. Easy access to the blue can are located behind the clubhouse by the shuffleboard closet and by the south end of the pool area near the bathrooms. There is another one sitting behind the large garbage container at the garbage site. Only aluminum cans should be placed in the recycle containers. Special thanks to all our residents for donating their cans to the Activities Club. These funds help support all the activities that don’t make money.