December 2013 Newsletter

 

December, 2013 Newsletter

 

 

MANAGERS’ MESSAGE:

 

WELCOME BACK SEASONAL RESIDENTS & RETURNING RVER’S!

 

HAPPY HOLIDAYS to all Desert View residents and your families! Hans & I are happy to be a part of this community. Be good to yourself and be kind to each other this holiday season and always!

 

Thanks to our owners, the Conway’s, for providing the turkeys for our Thanksgiving dinner at the clubhouse! Also, special thanks to the cooks who prepared those “yummy birds”: Jane Hale, Josie McClellan, Sheila Neel, and Lucy Wolterman. Great job ladies!

 

TIDBITS:

Beginners’ Line Dance Classes … ElaineBrown, space #88, has graciously volunteered to teach FREE classes in our Rec. Hall each Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. beginning December4th. You are welcome to call Elaine at 310-773-1366 for information or just show up! Please sign a DVMHC Release/Waiver form before participating. Thanks!

 

December Birthday Party … cake and ice cream for all residents in the Rec. Hall on Friday, December 20th at 1:00 p.m.

 

HOA Happeningsthanks to Bobbi Klarich, “Activities Coordinator”, forplanning & organizing fun activities for everyone to enjoy! Be sure to check the monthly calendar prepared by Paul Frazier so you don’t miss any scheduled activities!

 

Pool Hours … PLEASE do not enter the pool area before 7:00 a.m. – we have cleaning to do before you come in! PLEASE leave the pool area by 9:00 p.m. Thank you!!!

 

Newsletter Contributions … are always welcome! Please give us your ideas.

 

DVMHC Homes for Sale … if you are selling your home, let us know so we may send prospective buyers your way – also we will include a list of homes for sale in this monthly newsletter!

 

Annual Donations for “Headstart Program” … organized by Jane Hale is in process! We need donations of non-perishable foods for 6 families plus gifts for children. See Jane (space #58) for information & to drop off food donations. Volunteer “delivery elves” are needed. Our thanks to Jane!

 

 

WHAT IS DECEMBER?

December is the twelfth and last month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars. It’s one of seven months with 31 days and is the month with the shortest daylight hours of the year in the Northern Hemisphere.

 

Zodiac Signs – are Sagittarius (until December 21) and Capricorn (December 22 forward).

Birthstones – are the blue turquoise or zircon and the tanzanite.

Flower – is the holly or poinsettia.

DECEMBER RECIPE OF THE MONTH:

Kindness Recipe”

 

Fold two hands together,

And express a dash of sorrow,

Marinate it overnight,

And work on it tomorrow.

Chop one grudge in tiny pieces,

Add several cups of love,

Dredge with a large sized smile,

And mix ingredients above.

Dissolve the hate within you,

By doing a very good deed,

Dash in some help for a friend,

If they should be in need.

Stir in laughter, love & kindness,

From the heart it has to come,

Mix with genuine forgiveness,

And give your neighbor some.

The amount of people you can serve,

From the recipe above,

Is in the quality of its ingredients,

And unlimited amounts of love.

This recipe’s for the whole wide world,

For everyone to make,

Just get it all together,

And cook for your own sake!

MERRY CHRISTMAS QUOTATIONS:

Christmas – that magic blanket that wraps itself about us, that something so intangible that it’s like a fragrance. It may weave a spell of nostalgia. It may be a day of feasting, or of prayer, but always it will be a day of remembrance – a day in which we think of everything we ever loved.” Augusta E. Rundel

Christmas is a time when you get homesick – even when you’re home. Carol Nelson

Our hearts grow tender with childhood memories and love of kindred, and we are better throughout the year for having, in spirit, become a child again at Christmas-time. Laura Ingalls Wilder

Isn’t it funny that at Christmas something in you gets so lonely for – I don’t know what exactly, but it’s something that you don’t mind so much not having at other times. Kate L. Bosher

SERVICE PROVIDERS REFERRED BY RESIDENTS:

Painting – Doug Brissey, #949-463-8250, is highly recommended as being “efficient, clean and reasonable”. Call him for an estimate!

 

Yard work, Painting, Power washing mobile homes – Jeff Barber, #760-288-0029“He has been working in the park for 6 yrs. and is very efficient & good at his job”.

 

Gardening & Misc. – Octavio, #760-251-4176

 

Computer Services – Atek Computers (Ritch Garcia), #760-565-7674

 

This list is providedby residents – NOT by the Park. You are advised to do your own due diligence before hiring anyone. Give us your referralsplease!