View the by JANUARY 2015 IN THIS ISSUE Important Numbers, Board Report ..........2 Calendars .......................................12 - 14 Old Days of Hemet.................................19 General Manager .....................................3 Day of Fun and Fitness ..........................15 Charter Clubs and Groups..............20 - 21 Sales........................................................4 New Library ...........................................16 Advertisements......................................22 Lifestyles..........................................5 - 10 Super Bowl Sunday ...............................17 Ramona Humane Society ......................23 Meet Your Neighbors.............................11 King Tut .................................................18 Lifestyle Events......................................24 SOLERA DIAMOND VALLEY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION BOARD MEMBER REPORT Cari Burleigh, General Manager 951.652.5766, Ext. 224 • [email protected] Connie King, Lifestyle Director 951.652.5766, Ext. 223 • [email protected] By Robert Ash, Board Member I would like to share with you a summary of the Board Meeting and the Treasurer’s Report. I will place this Summary of Actions in the second published The View after each Board meeting. This is necessary because of publishing deadlines. COMMUNITY WEBSITE www.soleradiamondvalley.com DEL WEBB CUSTOMER SERVICE [email protected] • 949.255.1650 SALES OFFICE Pete Weddell, Sales Associate Daniel Stirn, Sales Associate 951.926.8259 1608 Paseo Diamante, Hemet, CA 92545 PCM BILLING INQUIRIES 800.369.7260 ALLIED BARTON SECURITY SERVICES On-Site Community Patrol 951.541.8060 • (800) 942-9394 (secondary) BOARD OF DIRECTORS • Ratified the landscape maintenance contract with Artistic Maintenance, Inc. • Ratified the attorney retainer agreement with Tinnelly Law Group • Appointed Design Review Committee Members – Lorraine Brealey and Lonora Bee • Appointed Emergency Preparedness Advisory Committee – Bob Bowman, Susan Stevens and Bob Stowell • Reserve expenditure – paving the parking lots with Nelson Paving Leeanne Brock, President 760.772.5400, [email protected] • Reserve expenditure – for landscape lights, ballasts and photo cell with SoCal West Coast Electric. Brian Rubin, Vice-President 951.925.3918, [email protected] • Reserve expenditure – refurbish landscape in common areas with Artistic Maintenance Robert Ash, Treasurer 951.929.9638, [email protected] • Reserve expenditure – belt and pulley repair on pool unit with CSR HVAC Melissa Karsting, Secretary 951.255.2561, [email protected] Holly Sandler, Member-at-Large 949.330.8532, [email protected] HOURS OF OPERATION • Reserve expenditure – pool deck coating repair with 1 Stop Pool Pros • Approved the Library Project installation with Dennis’ Cabinets MOUNTAIN VIEW LODGE • Changed the rule for a personal trainer requirement to include liability insurance at $1million Pool Hours Sunday: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm Monday - Saturday: 7:00 am - 9:00 pm • Approve request/appeal to replace grass with artificial turf for two residents SALES OFFICE • Disapprove request/appeal for additional used-brick planter for a resident 1608 Paseo Diamante, Hemet, CA 92545 9:00 am - 5:00 pm PUBLICATION • Disapprove request/appeal for colored glass on front entry door for a resident EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Treasurer’s Report Connie King, Lifestyle Director • November 4, 2014: COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE Chairperson, Charlene Bowman; Vice Chair, Barbara Rosenberg and Beverly Splitgerber; Secretary, MaryLou Della Longa; Member-at-Large, Barbara Garcia ARTICLE SUBMISSIONS All submissions must be emailed to [email protected] by the tenth of the month. Articles should not exceed 500 words, 250 words for Club news and 100 words for Groups. The View is published monthly by the Solera Diamond Valley Community Association (SDVCA). This publication is copyrighted and may not be reproduced or reprinted without the written permission of SDVCA. Advertising inquiries, 951.652.5766, Ext. 223 or email [email protected] 2 Board Meeting – November 20, 2014 – Summary of Actions The View | January 2015 • Assets - $1,789,584. includes Reserves of $1,674,818. and does not include fixed assets; Liabilities - $114,766. • July 2014 thru October 2014: • Income - $451,133. includes owner assessments of $355,610; developer assessments of $34,830; other of $26,597. and developer subsidy of $34,094. • Expenses - $451,133. We also had excellent reports from the Committee Chairpersons, General Manager and Lifestyle Director. Thanks to all who attended Your Board Meeting. I hope to see you at the next Board Meeting on January 15, 2015 at 3:00 p.m. GENERAL MANAGER’S MESSAGE By Cari Burleigh, General Manager New Homeowner Orientation Happy New Year to All! It is time to say goodbye to 2014 and Welcome 2015! 2014 has been a great year for Solera Diamond Valley. I joined the community in April and I am very thankful for the wonderful welcome that everyone gave me. We have had a busy year with many great events and get togethers for all to enjoy. I would like to take this time to thank all those who dedicated hours upon hours of their time to assure our community’s success. Without a doubt, it is what each and every one of you put into the community that makes Solera Diamond Valley such a wonderful place to live. May we all remember the good times of 2014 and reach further for even greater times in 2015 and years to come. We will be having a new homeowner orientation on Thursday, January 29, 2014 at 2:00p.m. in the Deergrass Room at the Mountain View Lodge. This meeting is open to all new homeowners and we will go over the Association’s governing documents, rules and regulations, assessments, Board of Directors, on-site staff, homeowner improvements, and hopefully answer any additional questions. If you have closed escrow in the last six months, or if you were unable to attend the last orientation, please mark your calendar and come by to learn more about the benefits of living in this community. There will be a “Meet & Mingle” following the New Homeowner Orientation at 4:00 p.m. Design Review Committee Meeting Dates Holiday Hours As discussed in the June 2014 edition of The View, Solera Diamond Valley homeowners are subject to the CFD No. 2006-56 (CFD) Special Tax. The CFD special tax will be included annually on the homeowners’ Riverside County property tax bills. Per the governing documents of the CFD, homeowners have the option to prepay the CFD special tax. If a Homeowner elects to prepay, the CFD special tax will be excluded from the Homeowner’s future property tax bills and the CFD special tax lien will be released via a recorded instrument at the County of Riverside. Homeowners interested in this option will need to send a written request to EMWD stating their intent to prepay the CFD special tax. EMWD will respond within 5 business days providing the Homeowner with a nonrefundable deposit amount required for calculating the CFD prepayment amount. Upon receipt of the nonrefundable deposit amount, EMWD will provide a Prepayment Quote within 15 business days. For further inquires on the steps and requirements for prepaying the CFD special tax, Homeowners can contact EMWD’s Special Tax Consultant at 1-800-439-6553. Next Board Meeting Your Solera Diamond Valley (SDV) Community Association will hold the next board meeting on Thursday, January 15, 2015, at 3:00 pm, at the Mountain View Lodge. SAGE GENERAL MANAGER’S MES LIFESTYLE UPDATES OPTIONAL PRE PAYMENT OF EMWD CFD SPECIAL TAX January 7, 2015 at 10:00 am January 21, 2015 at 10:00 am The deadline for submitting an application for review by the Design Review Committee is Noon the day prior to the meeting CALENDAR OF EVENTS MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR SAGE GENERAL MANAGER’S MES Thursday, January 1st (New Year’s Day) 12:00 noon to 8:00 pm Please note the Management Office will be closed on Thursday, January 1st. As always, please call or stop by the Management office for questions or concerns. Any of the staff will be able to direct your questions to the proper person so that they are answered in a timely manner. We always look forward to assisting you. The View | January 2015 3 A Happy, Healthy and Safe New Year to Everyone at Solera Diamond Valley 4 The View | January 2015 LIFESTYLE UPDATES By Connie King, Lifestyle Director Welcome 2015! It will be a great new year of exciting programs, classes, trips and excursions. The Lifestyle Department, in conjunction with the Recreation Committee, are busily planning wonderful opportunities to meet and greet your neighbors, explore new destinations and a whole lot more...stay tuned! We love knowing who you are...and, you can help us out by wearing your name badges, when visiting the clubhouse. Come one, come all, to the monthly Recreation Committee meetings. Both the Lifestyle Department and Recreation Committee want to hear your ideas for recreational activities. We’ll see you there! Happy New Year to all!!! Taste of the Holiday Taste of the Tour Holidays Home Taste ofHome the Holidays Tour Trimming Tree Home Tour Tree Thank Trimming you to Marie Callenders Hardware for Sponsoring Tree Trimming& ACETaste of the Holidays Sunday, December Sunday, December 14 Sunday, December 14 Diana Carofano found the missing candy canes! & & Attention All SDV Clubs and Groups!!! LIFESTYLE UPDATES SAGE GENERAL MANAGER’S MES CALENDAR OF EVENTS We wish to extend our sincere appreciation to Barbara Garcia, Barbara Rosenberg and Marylou Della Longa for their dedication and service while serving on the Communications Committee. MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR LIFESTYLE UPDATES Thank You SAGE GENERAL MANAGER’S MES In an effort to print the correct information (i.e. dates, times and upcoming events) in the club and group section of The View, all changes and edits must be submitted by the 10th of each month. We appreciate your assistance with updating current information for your club and group for The View. Words of Wisdom By Rosemary Calomese, Resident “Don't be fooled by the calendar. There are only as many days in the year as you make use of. One man gets only a week's value out of a year while another man gets a full year's value out of a week.” ~ Charles Richards The View | January 2015 5 of the Holidays e ofTaste the Holidays ofTaste the Holidays me Tour Linda Parker Home Tour Home Tour Taste of the Holidays e Trimming & Tree Trimming Tree Trimming Home Tour Trimming day, Tree December 14 & Mike and Sharon Wynne & December 14 Sunday,Sunday, December 14 Sunday, December 14 John Paul and Jeanette White Charles and Carmen Torres 6 The View | January 2015 & Holiday Festivities Donated gifts to Mommy Store Cookie and plant exchange Chicks with sticks The View | January 2015 7 Valentines‘ Day Dinner & Show Saturday, February 14 6:00 pm ~ $35pp Menu Raspberry Chicken Roasted Red Potato Vegetable Medley Apple Salad (Waldorf without the chicken) & Rolls Raspberry Cheese Cake with White Chocolate Sign up at the front desk starting January 1. Entertainment provided by Play With Your Food Productions Morey 8 The View | January 2015 Michael Tennant John Guminiak Solera Diamond Valley Del Webb Merchant Program List All Fired Up - Ceramics Going Out of Business Sale! Everything Goes! 951-443-7239 January 2015 Private Group Classes Still Be Available After Closing End of January! ACE Hardware 5% off to homeowners 951-928-2300 Bank of Hemet Free checks and free checking 951-766-4138 Diamond Valley Auto Repair 10% off up to $50.00 951-925-2560 Eco Pest Control Services 15% off initial service 951-471-5146 Elliott’s Garage Cabinets Free estimates and a 5% discount 951-778-9461 The Facial Garden $15 off regular priced menu facials or nutritional testing 951-255-0994 Hemet Hospice Volunteers, Inc. Free bereavement group sessions 951-929-1050 Home Instead Senior Care Free in home consultations 951-505-6890 Hong Kong Garden Restaurant Every $10 spent get $ Coupons for next visit 951-658-9889 IHOP 10% off Entrees & Wed Night Senior Special Buy $8 Entrée & 2 Drinks get 2nd Entrée Free 951-658-5400 Kathy’s Alterations 10% off 1st Visit & Holiday Aprons 951-652-2444 Lewis Cleaners 10% Discount for all SDV Homeowners 951-658-4790 Marie Callenders 15% off food (excludes alcohol and whole pies) 951-925-7727 Milanos Italian Restaurant 10% Discount 951-929-2599 Personal & Home Services by Patricia 10% off 1st Visit. Pet/House Sitting (Bonded & Insured) Pet CPR/1st Aid Certified – iverside County Sheriff Dept. Volunteer 951-766-0777 Postal Annex 10% off listed services (no postal services) 951-652-2300 Regal Hemet Cinema 12 Thursday is Senior Discount $5.50 All Movie Times 951-658-2939 Seven Hills Golf Club Fri & Sat Early Bird Dinner Specials $7.95 Including Steak Dinners & Breakfast Specials at $3.75 951-925-4815 Tina Aragon/Massage Therapist 15 min. massage - $10.00/1 hour in home $50 951-310-3437 Discounts are valid only with Solera Diamond Valley resident card. Discounts and special offers are subject to change without notice. Revised November 20, 2014 The View | January 2015 9 New Homeowners Keith and Janet Davis 5531 Corte Portico • 619-807-5646 Moved here from: San Marcos Hobbies & Interests: Keith - Fishing Janet - Shopping Dave and Cheryl Case 1441 Corte Alamonte • 951-306-6173 Moved here from: French Valley Hobbies & Interests: Cheryl - Biking, Swimming Dave- Biking, Woodworking, Hunting, Fishing, Cooking Bill and Sheri Doran 1420 Corte Alamorte • 951-764-0664 Moved here from: Hemet Hobbies & Interests: Bill - Golf Sheri - Billiards, Hand and Foot William and Gail Seel 1657 Via Rojas • 530-736-8933 Moved here from: Wildomar Hobbies & Interests: William - Bowling Gail - Bingo, Bowling Bill and Susan Bury 5010 Corte Cercado 8 843-684-0629 Moved here from: South Carolina Hobbies & Interests: 2 daughters and 2 dogs Ron and Cathy Love 1684 Via Simpatio • 858-228-6913 Moved here from: Mira Mesa Hobbies & Interests: Cathy - Traveling Ron - Pool, Bocci Phillip and Linda Pherigo 1666 Via Rojas • 951-242-4930 Moved here from: Moreno Valley Hobbies & Interests: Phillip - Golf Linda - Working, Sewing, Reading Chuck and Dorie Theel 1321 Camino Sueno • 760-525-0161 Moved here from: Fallbrook Hobbies & Interests: Woodworking, Watercolor Thirsty Thursday Thirsty Thursday Margarita Meet & Mingle ThirstyMeet Thursday Margarita & Mingle Margarita Meet & Mingle January 29 ~ 4:00 - 6:00 pm (Following the New Homeowners Orientation 2:00 - 4:00 pm) January 29 ~ 4:00 - 6:00 pm January 29 ~ 4:00 - 6:00 pm The Lodge The The Lodge Lodge Sign up now thru January 24 at the front desk. 10 The View | January 2015 MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR Lonie Gibson By Charlene Bowman, Resident MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR LIFESTYLE UPDATES AGE GENERAL MANAGER’S MESS ships. They were built in 10 days and one complete ship was launched every day. Amazing! In 1944, at the age of 29 and a man with kids, he was drafted. He was among the last to be called. He served one year in the Army. In 1945, Lonie was discharged to go home to his family. His next job was with a drilling company in the oil fields. Quickly, Lonie advanced in job positions and became a boss. With experience in the oil fields, Lonie was offered a job with THUMS to work on the oil well islands off the shore of Long Beach. Lonie was in charge of oil production for 15 years. Each island had between 46 and 160 wells. What an interesting job! What’s next? Ah, retirement. When the Gibsons arrived in California in 1942, they lived in government housing for 10 years. In 1952, they bought their first home (where his grandson lives today). The family activities consisted of water skiing and trips to Oklahoma almost every year. They loved visiting relatives there. Lonie’s main hobby was restoring old cars. He totally restored a 1930 Model A Ford, which he still owns. He also restored a 1966 Mustang and owns a 1926 Chevrolet Sedan (all original). Lonie always loved engines, or anything mechanical. Lonie moved from Long Beach to SDV in February, 2010. Currently, he belongs to the Hemet Model A Club. Lonie spends his time assembling puzzles, watching sports and visiting old car shows. This is the time for the simple life! On July 12, 2015, Mr. Lonie Gibson will officially become a Centurion! Congrats on a long and healthy life. CALENDAR OF EVENTS MEET YOUR NEIGHBOR LIFESTYLE UPDATES SAGE GENERAL MANAGER’S MES Centurion? Well, almost. Lonie Gibson is 99 1/2 years young. He was born in Apache, Oklahoma, on July 12, 1915. The family moved a lot, including one year living in a tent, while farming 160 acres. In 1923 they moved to Three Sands, Oklahoma; an oil boom town, where oil was discovered in 1919. By 1925, Three Sands was the largest oil field in the State of Oklahoma and led the nation in oil production. Overnight, Three Sands population was 12,000. By 1940, it was all gone. There are no homes, buildings or derricks remaining - only the cemetery. Lonie attended Hope Primary School from grades 2 to 8. The school’s pet name was Frog Holler. From there, he went to Marland High School. During his 9th grade, he met his future wife, Lorene. They were pretty sweet on each other. For the 11th grade, Lonie’s dad sent him to another high school. He hoped to split up the couple, as they were a bit too serious. It didn’t work. The couple continued their teenage romance. So, he went back to Marland H.S., where he graduated in 1935. Lonie and Lorene were married shortly after graduation. They enjoyed 67 years of marriage, until she passed on in 2003. The Gibsons had three sons. Only one married and had children. This gave Lonie two grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. In the beginning of marriage, Lonie worked several different jobs. Among his early jobs, were farm work ($.50 a day) and picking cotton. During the depression, Lonie worked on laying oil pipeline 65 miles across Oklahoma for $.67/hour. The Gibsons traveled with the workers, without a home. At night, they had to find a place to sleep. Often times, the young couple would knock on a farmer’s door and ask to spend the night, sometimes sleeping in the barn. However, Lonie had the prestigious job of putting warm tar around the pipe joints. It was the best job to keep his hands warm during the winter. It was a tough job, with no breaks and staying running from sunup to sundown. During the depression, he was lucky to have a job. Moving on, Lonie began servicing wells for oil production. Then he decided to attend welding school. In 1940, he got a job at Fruhauf Trailer Co. in Kansas City, Kansas. And what happened in 1941? The war broke out. Lonie was hired by California Shipbuilding and the family moved to Long Beach, Ca. He worked on Victory and Liberty The View | January 2015 11 January Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Items in Red represent Lifestyle Events and also the last day to sign up for those events at the front desk. 4 5 1:30 pm Game Day (EB) 9:30 am 10:00 am 1:00 pm 1:00 pm 6:00 pm 11 12 1:30 pm Game Day (EB) 18 1:30 pm Game Day (EB) Brush Strokes (SW) Recreation Committee (DG) Volunteer Meeting (SW) Mah Jongg (DG) Pinochle (SC) 9:30 am Emergency Preparedness Committee (DG) 1:00 pm Mah Jongg (DG) 1:30 pm Bingo (SC) 6:00 pm Pinochle (SC) 7:00 pm Daytrippers (SW) 19 9:30 am 1:00 pm 6:00 pm 6:30 pm Brush Strokes (SW) Mah Jongg (DG) Pinochle (SC) Bingo (SC) 6 7 10:00 am Communications Committee (DG) 10:00 am Chess (LB) 12:00 pm Massage Therapist (BL) 6:00 pm Bridge Beg. & Int. (DG) 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 6:00 pm 13 14 8:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am Viejas Casino Chess (DG) Garden/Bonsai Group (DG) Performing Arts Society Meeting (SW) 12:00 pm Massage Therapist (BL) 6:00 pm Bridge Int. & Adv. (DG) 9:00 am 10:00 am 1:30 pm 6:00 pm 6:30 pm 20 21 10:00 am 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 6:00 pm Chess (LB) Massage Therapist (BL) Library Club (DG) Bridge Beg. & Int. (DG) 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 1:30 pm 6:00 pm 25 26 27 28 1:30 pm Game Day (EB) 1:00 pm Mah Jongg (DG) 1:30 pm Bingo (SC) 6:00 pm Pinochle (SC) 10:00 am Chess (DG) 6:00 pm Bridge Int. & Adv. (DG) 9:00 am 10:00 am 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm 12 The View | January 2015 Ladies Billiards (LB) Knitting Group (SW) DRC Meeting (DG) Cribbage (DG) Ladies Billiards (LB) Knitting Group (SW) Game Day (EB) Cribbage (DG) Charades (SW) Ladies Billiards (LB) Knitting Group (SW) DRC Meeting (DG) Game Day (EB) Cribbage (DG) Ladies Billiards (LB) Knitting Group (SW) Game Day (EB) Book Group (DG) Wine Wednesday & Karaoke (EB) Cribbage (DG) Events Thursday 2 1 1:30 pm 2:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm Friday Line Dancing Divas (SC) Water Colors (SW) Billiards Club (LB) Mah Jongg (DG) 8 10:00 am Veterans Group (SW) 1:30 pm Line Dancing Divas (SC) 2:00 pm Finance Advisory Committee (DG) 2:00 pm Water Colors (SW) 5:00 pm Billiards Club (LB) 6:00 pm Mah Jongg (DG) 15 11:30 am Beginners Line Dancing (AR) 1:30 pm Line Dancing Divas (SC) 2:00 pm Water Colors (SW) 3:00 pm Board Meeting (EB) 5:00 pm Billiards Club (LB) 6:00 pm Mah Jongg (DG) 22 1:30 pm Line Dancing Divas (SC) 5:00 pm Billiards Club (LB) 6:00 pm Mah Jongg (DG) 9:00 am Quilting Club (SW) 6:00 pm Movie: Pompeii (DG) 9 9:00 am Quilting Club (SW) 6:00 pm Movie: Still Mine (DG) 16 9:00 am Quilting Club (SW) 2:00 pm Library Grand Opening (Lobby) 6:00 pm Movie: Transcendence (DG) 23 9:00 am Quilting Club (SW) 6:00 pm Movie: Barefoot (DG) Saturday 3 1:00 pm Movie: Pompeii (DG) 6:00 pm Movie: Pompeii (DG) 10 1:00 pm Movie: Still Mine (DG) 6:00 pm Movie: Still Mine (DG) 17 7:00 am Healthy Day of Fun and Fitness (Clubhouse) 1:00 pm Movie: Transcendence (DG) 6:00 pm Movie: Transcendence (DG) 24 1:00 pm Movie: Barefoot (DG) 6:00 pm Movie: Barefoot (DG) S Connteay cted! B e sure you d miss o on’t ut on any of our sp ecial ev activit ies. C ents & hec The Vi ew Ca k out lendar the we , bsite, t h e flyer board or ask the f r us at ont de sk in Mount the ain Vi ew Lo dge. LEGEND (AR) (BC) (BP) (BL) (DG) (EB) (FC) (IP) (K) (LB) (LE) (OP) (P) (PL) (SC) (SW) (TC) Aerobics Room Bocce Courts Back Patio Broadleaf Room Deergrass Room Entire Ballroom Fitness Center Indoor Pool Kitchen Lobby Lodge Entrance Outdoor Pool Paseo Parking Lot Stonecreek Room Silverwood Room Tennis Courts 951-652-5766 LIBRARY HOURS 29 1:30 pm Line Dancing Divas (SC) 2:00 pm New Homeowner’s Orientation (DG) 4:00 pm Meet and Mingle (Lobby) 5:00 pm Billiards Club (LB) 6:00 pm Mah Jongg (DG) 30 9:00 am Quilting Club (SW) 6:00 pm Movie: Sabotage (DG) 31 1:00 pm Movie: Sabotage (DG) 6:00 pm Movie: Sabotage (DG) The library is located in the Deergrass Room and operates on a “room share” basis. Residents are welcome to borrow books anytime the lodge is open and a meeting is not in progress inside the Deergrass Room. The View | January 2015 13 January Fitness Calendar Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 1 5 6 9:00 am Pickleball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 5:00 pm 12 13 9:00 am Pickleball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 5:00 pm 19 20 9:00 am Pickleball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 5:00 pm 26 27 9:00 am Pickleball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 8:00 am 8:50 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 10:00 am 10:00 am 11:30 am 5:00 pm 8:15 am Tranquility Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Flex & Stretch 8 9 10 15 Flex & Stretch 8:15 am Dance Aerobics 8:00 am Flex & Stretch Flex & Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 8:50 am Flex & Stretch Tennis Anyone? 9:30 am Aqua Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball Pickleball Easyplay Easyplay Cycling Group 11:00 am Water Volleyball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 10:00 am Chair Yoga Chair Exercise 10:00 am Cycling Group Water Aerobics 6:30 pm Tennis Pickleball 5:00 pm Pickleball 22 8:15 am Dance Aerobics 8:00 am Flex & Stretch Flex & Stretch Flex & Stretch 8:50 am Flex & Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball Tennis Anyone? 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Aqua Stretch Pickleball Easyplay Easyplay Cycling Group 11:00 am Water Volleyball 10:00 am Chair Yoga 1:00 pm Men & Machines Chair Exercise 10:00 am Cycling Group Water Aerobics 6:30 pm Tennis Pickleball 5:00 pm Pickleball 28 29 Flex & Stretch 8:15 am Dance Aerobics 8:00 am Flex & Stretch Flex & Stretch 8:50 am Flex & Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball Tennis Anyone? 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Aqua Stretch Pickleball Easyplay Easyplay Cycling Group 11:00 am Water Volleyball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 10:00 am Chair Yoga Chair Exercise 10:00 am Cycling Group Water Aerobics 6:30 pm Tennis Pickleball 5:00 pm Pickleball 8:15 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 9:30 am 3 Fit Plus Pickleball Tennis Anyone? Water Aerobics Zumba - DVD (AR) 11:00 am Water Volleyball 7 21 2 Saturday 8:00 am Flex & Stretch 8:50 am Flex & Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball Easyplay 10:00 am Chair Yoga 10:00 am Cycling Group 5:00 pm Pickleball Flex & Stretch 8:15 am Dance Aerobics 8:00 am Flex & Stretch Flex & Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 8:50 am Flex & Stretch Tennis Anyone? 9:30 am Aqua Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball Pickleball Easyplay Easyplay Cycling Group 11:00 am Water Volleyball 1:00 pm Men & Machines 10:00 am Chair Yoga Chair Exercise Water Aerobics 6:30 pm Tennis 10:00 am Cycling Group Pickleball 5:00 pm Pickleball 14 Friday 8:15 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 9:30 am Fit Plus Pickleball Tennis Anyone? Water Aerobics Zumba - DVD (AR) 11:00 am Water Volleyball 16 8:15 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 9:30 am 8:15 am Tranquility Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Flex & Stretch 17 Fit Plus Pickleball Tennis Anyone? Water Aerobics Zumba - DVD (AR) 11:00 am Water Volleyball 8:15 am Tranquility Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Flex & Stretch 23 24 8:15 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 9:30 am Fit Plus Pickleball Tennis Anyone? Water Aerobics Zumba - DVD (AR) 11:00 am Water Volleyball 8:15 am Tranquility Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Flex & Stretch 30 31 8:15 am 9:00 am 9:00 am 9:30 am 9:30 am Fit Plus Pickleball Tennis Anyone? Water Aerobics Zumba - DVD (AR) 11:00 am Water Volleyball 8:15 am Tranquility Stretch 9:00 am Pickleball 9:30 am Flex & Stretch Classes with Barbara Calderon Classes Dance Aerobics and Fit Plus - $5.00 Aquastretch, Flex and Stretch-Pilates, Men & Machines and Water Aerobics - $6.00 LEGEND Dance Aerobics, Fit Plus, Flex & Stretch, Pilates Men and Machines, Zumba . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Aerobics Room Chair Exercise, Chair Yoga . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Stonecreek Room Cycling Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Lobby Entry 14 The View | January 2015 Pickleball Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pickleball Courts Tennis Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tennis Courts Aquastretch, Water Aerobics, Water Volleyball . . . .Indoor Pool Healthy Day of Fun & Fitness Saturday, January 17 • 7:00 am Clubhouse 7:00 am 8:00 am 9:00 am 10:30 am 11:00 am Walk - This will be a plotted walk that will show homeowners a quick and easy way to stay fit. We will designate along the way a quarter point, followed by the half mile. And then finishing up at the mile. This way you can choose the route for a short walk or longer workout. The superclass would be held in the Aerobics Room and is designed for homeowners requiring a more intense workout. The equipment training will include training of all the equipment in the gym area. The circuit training could be 30 minutes to an hour example of circuit training in the gym in a circuit training format. Demonstrations/Clinics SAFETY TIPS • Full tank of gas no less than ½ tank • Small bills 1’s 5’s and 10’s • Food and water for 7 to 10 days for yourself and any pets (can foods, manual can opener available) • Purchase 72 hour kits for your home or car • Medications for yourself and pets • Earthquake proof your house visit ready.gov The View | January 2015 15 NEW YEAR, NEW LIBRARY By Dave LeClair and Barbara Rosenberg, Residents The newly expanded SDV library received approval and funding at the November board meeting. Now that the beautiful book shelves have been installed, we are going to celebrate. A grand opening event with light refreshments has been scheduled for Friday, January 16 at 2:00 pm. Come and view the expanded book selections. Scan the dvd and audio book choices. The new hallway location offers SDV residents an opportunity to borrow a book or dvd anytime the lodge is open. Do you have a little free time to help maintain the library? The Library Club is looking for volunteers to spend a few hours every couple of months placing returned books on the shelves and keeping our shiny, new shelves neat. Volunteers get first chance to see the latest books and media. Join your fellow SDV residents in making the Solera Diamond Valley Library a special place. VETERANS AND FRIENDS CLUB January 8 10:00 am (SW) Contact: Don Harn – 951-791-0637 Meet once a month per date/time posted in The View. We are a newly formed interest group seeking club status. The club will be made up of veterans and non-veterans who wish to show our appreciation and thanks for our military and veteran personnel for all they do. This club will be open to all SDV residents. We will be operating 2 to 3 “fun” fund raising events yearly to promote funds for donation to deserving military/veteran and some non-military organizations. We will also plan 2 to 3 social and entertaining events for members only. Great camaraderie and satisfaction in helping others. Come and join us! 16 The View | January 2015 F R E E Super Bowl Party Sunday, February 1 1:30pm RSVP at the front desk from January 1 - 26 (seating is limited) Free s g o D t Ho Bring a side dish to share The View | January 2015 17 Feel the rush of excitement as Association Presents Solera Diamond Valley Community your group steps into King 7XW¶VWRPEH[DFWO\DVLWZDV discovered in 1922, a moment witnessed only by a handful of others! A breathtaking UHFUHDWLRQRIWKHER\NLQJ¶VEXULDOFKDPEHUZLWKPRUHWKDQ 1,000 replicas of the most important finds have been reconstructed by master Egyptian craftsmen using traditional techniques, and can be admired at the exhibition. Also included on the giant screen theater in 3-'LV³0XPPLHV6HFUHWVRIWKH 3KDUDRKV´$IWHUZDUGVHQMR\OXQFKRYHUORRNLQJWKHRFHDQDW $QWKRQ\¶V)LVK*URWWRZKHUH\RXKDYHWKUHHHQWUpH¶VWRFKRRVH (driver tip included) from before heading for home. King Tut His Tomb - His Treasures San Diego Natural History Museum tuesday, March 10, 2015 Only $72 per person F Must Choose Entrée upon sign-up: 1. Teriyaki Chicken Breast 2. Fried Fish & Shrimp or theofrush of excitement your 3. Caesar Salad eel & cup Chowder (Includesas Beverage) For Information Connie King @ group steps into King Tut’s Tomb exactly as it was discovered in 1922, a & Reservations: moment witnessed only by a handful of others! Departs at 8:00am (951) 652-5766 A breathtaking recreation of approx. the boy 4:00pm Return king’s burial chamber with more than 1,000 replicas of the most important finds have been reconstructed by master Egyptian craftsmen using traditional techniques, and can be admired at the exhibition. Also included on the giant screen theater in 3-D is “Mummies, Secrets of the Pharaohs”. Afterwards enjoy lunch overlooking the ocean at Anthony’s Fish Grotto where you have three entrees to choose from before heading home. Must choose entree upon signing up: 1. Teriyaki Chicken Breast 2. Fried Fish & Shrimp 3. Caesar Salad and Cup of Chowder Each entree includes beverage. Sign up at the front desk starting January 1! Bus departs at 8:00 am Returns at approximately 4:00 pm 18 The View | January 2015 OLD DAYS OF HEMET Safeway Stores was the first nationally known store to locate in Hemet. It first opened in 1927, and then moved to a second location before moving to its third location shown in the photo. It moved once again when Safeway sold this location on Carmalita Street to the Hemet News. First Methodist Church started construction in 1918 on the southwest corner of Buena Vista St and Florida Ave. It was used through the early 60’s and demolished in late 60’s to make way for Hemet Federal S & L, which is now used as Hemet City Hall. Council in 1910 bought out his partner, Wooley. The shop was located between Harvard St and Carmalita St at what would become the middle of the parking lot for Sail Drug. In 1890 William McCool signed a contract with William F. Whittier and Edward L. Mayberry to build a flour mill and manager's house, the Hemet Land Company would provide 17 lots adjacent to the railroad on Latham Avenue for what became San Jacinto Valley Flouring Mill. This photo was taken in 1897 shortly after Whittier purchased it from State of California for $4,000 in taxes owed and it continued operation until severely damaged in the 1918 quake and torn down. For a period of time it also provided electricity for street lights and several businesses. A.T. & Santa Fe Railroad built their depot originally at Harvard Street & Latham Avenue in 1894, where it remained until a new one was built in the current location in 1914. This 1910 photo shows the depot in that original location and the park next to it. Robert McKim was born 1886 and came with his family to the valley 2 years later in 1888. He was raised and schooled in San Jacinto, leaving the valley in 1910 and making his way into acting on stage, vaudeville, and co-starred in 99 silent era movies, working with some of the biggest stars in Hollywood like Douglas Fairbanks, John Gilbert, William S. Hart, Will Rogers ( in photograph, on left ). McKim appeared in many top movies of the time, Mark of Zorro, The Strong Man, Wagon Tracks. Unfortunately, Robert McKim suffered a cerebral hemorrhage while onstage in a production in Salt Lake City in 1927 and he was immediately returned to Hollywood where he died a few days later at the young age of forty. J.C. Penney first came to Hemet in 1929 and occupied a storefront on the south side of Florida Avenue between Carmalita and Juanita Streets. In 1939 the store was moved a short distance when the lower floor of the Brudin Building was leased on the southeast corner of Florida Avenue and Carmalita Street. HEAR YE, HEAR YE! DID YOU EVER WANT TO BE IN A PLAY? HERE IS YOUR CHANCE! SOLERA PERFORMING ARTS SOCIETY IS LOOKING FOR: Actors • Singers • Costumers • Set Builders Sound People • Lighting Technicians January 15, 2015 ~ 10:00am Open meeting and auditions for our next show! Mountain View Lodge Craft Room The View | January 2015 19 Chartered Clubs Billiards Contact: Al Boucher - 951.658.5428 Thursdays - 5:00 pm Billiards is played weekly, everyone welcome, gents and ladies, any skill level, beginners included. Because of the growth, only the first 30 players will be signed up to play. Bingo Contact: Suzanne Wade - 951.791.1707 [email protected] Second, and fourth Monday of the month at 1:30 pm and third Monday of the month at 6:30, minimum cost $6.00 This is low-key Bingo, played for fun! Guests are welcome; however, they must be at least 18 years of age. Bocce Contact: Dennis Riemann - 951.658.7084 Tuesdays - 6:30 pm - Will resume in March We have weekly competition each Tuesday from March through October. Come join us. No experience is required. Weekly Bocce play will resume in March. Look for the announcements when the weather starts to warm up. Community Craft Fair Club Contact: Carolyn Whittaker - 760.715.9609 (cell) or Janet Rubin - 951.925.3918, [email protected] Purpose of the club is to organize and facilitate our community craft fairs to provide an opportunity for residents to exhibit and sell their craft products. Our current crafters will meet in the Spring (no date determined at this time) to discuss the November craft fair and plan for next year's Craft Fair. Diamond Valley Daytrippers Club Contact: Stan Rosenberg - 951.929.6722 Monday, January 12, 7:00 pm, Arts and Crafts Room We co-ordinate daytrips using trips from several local bus companies. We will be selecting daytrips through March. Contact [email protected] to be added to our e-mail list. Library Club Contact: Dave LeClair- 951.925.0137 [email protected] Third Tuesday of the month, 2:00 pm, Deergrass Room Our purpose is to operate and maintain the library in our community lodge. If you like fellowship with other friendly people you are encouraged to join our group. We will train you to be a caretaker for an occasional volunteer shift performing “light duty” in the Deergrass Room. Attend one of our monthly meetings to meet us and learn more details of why we are smiling! Neighbor To Neighbor The Neighbor To Neighbor Club is a Welcome Committee, Neighbor Helping Hands and Celebration of Life for all Solera Diamond Valley residents. Pick up a flyer at the clubhouse on your next visit for information regarding services provided. Performing Arts Society Contact: Sharon Latimer - 951.282.2518 Tuesday, January 13, 10:00 am, Silverwood Room Fee: $5.00/year At our next meeting we will be discussing our April 11, 2015 show "Tina Latigo Rides To The Rescue". Come find out all about it. Also on tap will be another Karaoke Night on an up coming Wine Wednesday! Stay tuned for more information. We are always looking for new, faces and talents. If you have a flair for the dramatic, or a taste for comedy, sing, dance, play an instrument or have any of the needed behind the scenes talents (lighting, staging, writing, costume making, etc.), come check us out. Quilting Club Contact: Suzanne Wade - 951.791.1707 [email protected], Fridays, 9:00am - 3:00pm, Craft Room Veteran’s Day is over and once again a success. We were honored to give 14 quilts to our local veterans as our way of saying THANKS for keeping us and our country safe, allowing us to do the things we enjoy during our retirement. Thanks to all who joined us in this celebration! However, we’re on to new adventures with our Guild Quilt Show in February where we will be giving more Quilts of Valors to Veterans again this year. A quilter’s work is NEVER DONE. P.S. The Quilting Angels wish to thank the Coast Guardsman and his wife for the wonderful red, white and blue cupcakes we received, plus their thank you Side Pocket Sisters Ladies Billiards Contact: Edith Reed - 951.392.2131. Wednesdays, 10:00 am This club promotes billiards for women within SDV. The club meets for basic instruction, mutual support, friendly competition, and quarterly tournaments. The focus is on fun and camaraderie. All Solera sisters, regardless of skill level or experience, are welcome to watch us play or to join in the fun; but we warn you—our enthusiasm is contagious! Groups Book Group – Hooked on Books Contact: Francine Teer, 951-652-1532 Fourth Wednesday of the month, 2:00 - 3:30 pm Please join us for an interesting discussion of our selected book. A reading list for 2015 is available at the Lodge. We look forward to seeing you. Bridge Group Contact: Tom Naylor - 951.282-3440 [email protected], Tuesday 6:00 - 8:30 pm, Deergrass Room 1st and 3rd Tuesdays - Social bridge for beginners & players with coaches to help you learn and improve. 2nd and 4th Tuesdays - Bridge for intermediate and advanced players bring your partner or we’ll provide one. Brush Strokes Contact: MarjorieRempel - 951.663-4900 [email protected], First & Third Monday of the Month - 9:30 am, Craft Room Bring any craft or art project you enjoy working on & join others who like to create. It's fun to work in a group and great to see what others are making. Any and all mediums welcome. Come join us! Chair Exercise Tuesdays 10:00 am. Bring 2 paper plates We do chair exercises to music (DVD). Join in the fun and laughter along with easy exercises. 20 The View | January 2015 Groups Charades Contact: Bob and Sherrie Chaparro - 951-925-2069 2nd Wednesday, 6:30 pm - closing, Craft Room Join us for a laugh-out-loud good time. Each month we take turns acting out and guessing book, song and movie titles, quotes and TV shows. No timing or scorekeeping, just loads of fun. Please bring a snack to share and your beverage of choice. Feel free to drop by just to watch. Chess Group Contact: John Jacobs - 951.282.2148 Tuesdays, 10:00 am, Deergrass Room The Chess Group invites everyone who wants to learn how to play chess or improve their skills. Garden/Bonsai Group Contact: Bill Coles - 951.233.8610 Second Tuesday of the month, 10:00 - 11:30 am, Deergrass Room Join us for monthly meetings to enjoy each other’s company, share gardening successes and challenges, and learn from each other about new techniques, plants, products and bonsai styling. We rotate meetings between the club house and members’ homes and gardens. We also take occasional field trips to nurseries and public gardens, so new members should contact Bill for a monthly schedule. Game Day Contact: Hilary Ross - 951.925-4378 and Joy Statler - 951-652-0148 Sunday and Wednesday, 1:30 - 4:00 pm, Ballroom Come and join the fun. Learn and play the popular Hand & Foot Card game or any other table game that interests you. Golf Group Contact: Al Boucher - 951.658.5428 Thursday mornings All skill levels are welcome. We have three to four foursomes playing every week. Anyone interested in golfing, please join us. Knitting/Crochet/Needlework Group Contact: Judy Kenniston - 951.652.2120 [email protected], Wednesdays, 10:00 am, Lodge We are a group of ladies that enjoy knitting, crocheting, needlework, etc. and just getting together to have fun. We help each other learn new techniques and share patterns. So, if you like to create and enjoy laughter please join us on Wednesdays. Ladies Golf Group (Par-Tee Gals) Contact: Kathy McNall - 951.537.4016 Monday afternoons We meet at several golf courses every Monday afternoon for lunch and nine holes of golf. Come join in the fun. Line Dancing Divas and Dudes Contact: Margaret Gott - 951.282.2917 & Ranay Collins - 951.260.3629 Thursdays, 1:30 pm, Ballroom at the Lodge, $5/lesson Put on your dancing shoes! You don’t have to know how to dance. Instructor Lois is patient & fun. You don’t even have to sign up! The first 45 minutes is dedicated to new dancers or those who want to review steps. More experienced dancers will come in after that. Mah Jongg Contact: Sue De Sautel - 352.874.1046 Mondays, 1:00 pm, Deergrass Room For those of you who love to play Mah Jongg, there are two opportunities weekly. Monday at 1:00 pm and Thursday at 6:00 pm. Come play with us!! Neighborhood Watch Contact: Corinne Jorgensen - 951.282.3813 [email protected] Thanks for all who attended last meeting. The Hemet Police Neighborhood Watch group will speak at our next meeting on Wednesday, February 11 at 2:00 PM. Pickleball Group Contact: Chuck Orrico - 951.658.7381 - [email protected] Tuesday & Thursday, 9:00 am, Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday, 5:00 pm Learn how the game is played and the rules. Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00 am. Games are played on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 9:00 am. Also Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday night at 5:00 pm. This is a fun game and easy to learn. You get a good work out but not too much. The more that play the better and fun it is for all. All you need is court shoes and a smile. Solera Solo Singles Contact: Mitch Lane - 951.392.2221 - [email protected] and Betty Reid - 951.282.3260 - [email protected] Day trip: Thursday, January 22. Living Desert Zoo and Gardens is a public desert botanical garden and a zoo 47900 Portola Ave, Palm Desert, CA 92260. Meet at The Lodge parking lot at 9AM for carpooling. Please contact Betty Reid for additional information and to RSVP. Tennis Group Contact: Rosemary Calomese, 951.652.9265 Tuesday & Fridays, 9:00 am - 11:00 am, Tennis Courts Residents are invited to join doubles tennis sessions: round-robin format. Registration not required. Bring your tennis racket, new can of balls (optional), tennis shoes (non-marking soles). Weather permitting. Volunteers Group Contact: Harriet Brunner - 951.765.0237 [email protected] Perfect for new residents looking for entry into the "casual group" atmoshpere at SDV, or any homeowner who can spare an hour or two occasionally to help make our events a success. No need to commit to every event-help when you can! We decorate, set tables, dish up potlucks...no moving furniture nor heavy lifting. Reach out to contact person with questions. Water Color Creativity Contact: Call the front desk for more information - 951.652.5766 Thursdays, 2:00 pm, Silverwood Room Join us for open painting time, join fellow SDV artists for creative inspiration. Water Volleyball Contact: Dana Kilpatrick at [email protected] 951-764-4959 and Julio Arostegui at [email protected] Wednesdays and Fridays, 11:00 am, Pool Open to all residents and all skill levels. Beginners Welcome! Join us for fun, exercise and a great way to get to know your fellow neighbors. Please contact Dana or Julio for more information. Zumba Contact: Margaret Gott - 951.282.2917 and Riyani Hatch - 909.644.1072 [email protected], Aerobics Room Mondays 9:00 am, Fridays 9:30 am Anyone interested in participating in Zumba sessions should contact Margaret Gott to schedule. No charge to participants. Takes place in Aerobics room using video. The View | January 2015 21 Dane Bellomy is: “Your Helping Hands” ix Mr. F It 20+ yrs. Exp. in construction & handyman work Electrical & Plumbing Drywall Repair Garage Insulation Furniture Assembly Window Washing Shelving Maintenance Woodwork ALL HONEY DO ITEMs!!!!!! CALL DANE BELLOMY @ (951) 327-5303 Jean Symons SDV Resident NOTARY PUBLIC Commission 2082435 Certified Escrow Signer Mobile Service 951-929-1015 [email protected] Happy holidays DŝĐŚĞůůĞ^ŝĞŐĞů ZηϬϬϲϯϬϲϭϰ ϵϬϵ-ϵϲϰ-ϬϴϬϮ i i i i ůĂŶ^ŝĞŐĞů͕:͘͘Ύ ZηϬϬϲϲϲϯϭϲ ϵϱϭ-ϲϳϱ-ϲϬϬϴ Ύ^ĞŶŝŽƌƐZĞĂůƐƚĂƚĞ^ƉĞĐŝĂůŝƐƚ ^sƌĞƐŝĚĞŶƚƐƐŝŶĐĞϮϬϭϭ ,ƵŶĚƌĞĚƐŽĨŚŽŵĞƐƐŽůĚŽǀĞƌƚŚĞǇĞĂƌƐ ĂůůƵƐǁŝƚŚĂŶǇƌĞĂůĞƐƚĂƚĞƋƵĞƐƟŽŶƐ zŽƵƌEĞŝŐŚďŽƌƐͶzŽƵƌZĞĂůƚŽƌƐ 22 The View | January 2015 Wine Wednesday & Karaoke Sponsored by Solera Performing Arts Society January 28 4:30 - 7:30 pm Join us in the Lodge Ballroom for a fun evening. Bring your own drinks and snacks to share. The View | January 2015 23 LIFESTYLE EVENTS AT A GLANCE For club and group events, please see calendar. There may be various events promoted by sales and marketing that will provide an opportunity for potential buyers to attend and meet current residents. Event dates and times are subject to change. Tuesday, January 13 Bus leaves at 8:00 am Viejas Casino Saturday, May 19 17 January Valley Comm. Assoc. 7:00 am at 7:00 amSolera DiamondPresents Starting Healthy Day of Fun and Fitness Saturday, May 19 29 TUT * His Tomb ±His Treasures Thursday, January KING 7:00 pm am 4:00 Thirsty Thursday - Meet & Mingle at the San Diego Natural History Museum r Tip Drive ed! d Inclu Saturday, February 14 6:00 pm Tuesday March 10th, 2015 $72 p/p only Valentine’s Day Celebration Feel the rush of excitement as your group steps into King 7XW¶VWRPEH[DFWO\DVLWZDV discovered in 1922, a moment witnessed only by a handful of others! A breathtaking UHFUHDWLRQRIWKHER\NLQJ¶VEXULDOFKDPEHUZLWKPRUHWKDQ 1,000 replicas of the most important finds have been reconstructed by master Egyptian craftsmen using traditional techniques, and can be admired at the exhibition. Also included on the giant screen theater in 3-'LV³0XPPLHV6HFUHWVRIWKH 3KDUDRKV´$IWHUZDUGVHQMR\OXQFKRYHUORRNLQJWKHRFHDQDW $QWKRQ\¶V)LVK*URWWRZKHUH\RXKDYHWKUHHHQWUpH¶VWRFKRRVH from before heading for home. Saturday,March May 19 Tuesday, 10 7:00 am bus departs 8:00 King Tut Exhibit San Diego Natural History Museum Tuesday, March 17 5:30 pm St. Patrick’s Day Pot Luck 2015! Saturday, SAVE THE May DATE19 7:00 am- 15Must Choose Entrée upon sign-up: May 12 Welcome 1. Teriyaki Chicken Breast 2. Fried Fish & Shrimp or 3. Caesar Salad & cup of Chowder (Includes Beverage) For Information & Reservations: Connie King @ (951) 652-5766 Reno and Tahoe Excursion More details to come! Departs at 8:00am Return approx. 4:00pm New Year is the time at which a new calendar year begins and the calendar's year count is incremented. In many cultures, the event is celebrated in some manner. The New Year of the Gregorian calendar, today in worldwide use, falls on 1 January (New Year's Day), as was the case with both the old Roman calendar and the Julian calendar that succeeded it. The order of months was January to December in the Old Roman calendar during the reign of King Numa Pompilius in about 700 BC, according to Plutarch and Macrobius, and has been in continuous use since that time. In many countries, such as the Czech Republic, Italy, Spain, the UK, and the United States, 1 January is a national holiday.
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