The Sunflower Communicator
|October 17, 2019||Volume 9, Number 44|
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The Latest News
1. ASSESSMENTS: Have been mailed out. If you haven't received your assessment please contact the Village Center. Preferred method of payment is via ClickPay however if you elect to make your payment at the Village Center please pay via personal check only. Money orders and Cashier checks should be avoided, those type of payments can be impossible to track if there is a problem. Staff is here to help if you have any questions. If you are one of our snowbirds or someone that travels a lot and have trouble getting your mailed statements, we have a solution! Go green and start the benefits of eStatements! To enroll in our eStatement program, please visit here to participate. By participating, you will have access to view up to 12 months of complete online statements.
2. AI CHI: Has been cancelled for the month of October due to a family emergency.
3. BOARD OF DIRECTORS VACANCY: There is a vacancy on the Board of Directors due to a director selling their home. If you are interested in being considered to fill this vacancy for one year please pick up an application either at the front desk or on the Sunflower website. The deadline for the application is November 15, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.
4. BOD ELECTION: Board of Directors voting is underway. If the Home Owner does not have an e-mail address, a paper ballot was mailed to their current address. If the Home Owner has an e-mail address, they received an electronic ballot from Sunflower. The Election Committee is providing three opportunities to vote by paper ballot 2 at the “Voting Table” on Wednesday, October 23, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Center and on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. If you wish to be issued a paper ballot during these times, bring your current Proximity Card with you to the “Voting Table”. The 3rd opportunity will be prior to the Annual Meeting on Wednesday, November 13th at 6:00 p.m. Bring your current Proximity Card.
5. CLUB EXPO 2019 CANCELLED: A total of 8 clubs out of 49 contacted me to participate. There seems to be no interest for this so Activities will cancel this event for this year and possibly for the years going forward. Sorry to the ones who did call. Thank you Sharon Schafle.
6. COMMUNICATOR: Please note that submissions to the communicator are written by residents with the exception of a few that are directed by the board. Management's submissions deal with issues regarding the building and association, not activities or events that take place.
7. COMMUNITY YARD SALE: Saturday, October 19th Yard Sale. Maps are now available at the Village Center.
8. CRAZY RHYTHM: Turns out there is no Tuesday, October 20th. Our next music presentation is scheduled for Tuesday October 29th at 6:00 p.m. Sunflower musicians Paul Mowatt & Allen Fannin will be playing a selection of songs from the Big Band era in the Fiesta room. Come relax and reminisce with friends and neighbors to enjoy the sounds of live music. (Feel free to bring your favorite beverage.)
9. GRANITE KITCHEN & BATH: Thursday, October 24th 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. in the Fiesta Room. Thinking about any remodeling, not sure of Granite or Quartz or have any questions now would be a good time to attend.
10. HEALTH & SAFETY: If you are not feeling well or are having stomach ailments please do not go in the pool, spa or fitness room. We want everyone healthy and staying home until you feel better will help make this possible.
11. HOW TO HARDEN YOUR HOME AGAINST CRIME: Monday, October 21, 2019 from 10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Neighborhood Watch presents David Danielson and Will Ness. They will discuss various topics, including how to safe guard your home against crime, target hardening your home, situation awareness and the importance of a Neighborhood Watch Program. This is a FREE event and all are welcome.
12. HOW WILL I GET THROUGH THE HOLIDAYS: Facilitator: Donna-Marie Terranova, Chaplain & Bereavement Counselor Four Friday Evenings: November 8th, 15th, 22nd and December 6th, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Sunflower Center Conference Room Registration by November 5th – call (520) 989-9154 or (619) 840-2960. This is an educational program for those experiencing loss and grief due to the death of a loved one. Commitment to all four sessions is requested with registration required. No fee; donation basis.
13. JEOPARDY NIGHT: Had to be postponed but we will have it for sure, watch for date and time.
14. MASQUERADE PARTY: Tickets still available. Final sale date Monday, October 21st, 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.. After that you'll have to call Karen 586-292-6177.
15. MURDER MYSTERY PLAY: Rehearsal Friday, October 18th, 6:00 p.m. -8:00 p.m. Ticket sales Tuesday October 29th 10:00 a.m -12:00 p.m. Second and final sale date Thursday, Nov. 7th 10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.. Can't make it call Karen 586-292-6177.
Pertinent information is in the October issue of Sun Catcher.
16. OVER SEEDING: The lawn this year is going to be over seeded. Our landscapers Brightview are prepping the ground and very soon our lawns will be beautiful!
17. POOL UPDATE: The pool is currently operating on chlorine only. The board will be working with the new pool company, Classic Pools on improvements including adding salt again.
18. SMOKE DETECTOR TIME: Friday, November 1st is the date scheduled to have your smoke detectors or its batteries replaced if service is due. Your Sunflower neighbors who are sponsored by Northwest Fire provide this twice yearly service for those residents who are unable to maintain their smoke detectors themselves. Therefore, if your batteries haven’t been replaced in the last four years or if you wish to replace all your smoke detectors, please stop at the front desk to complete a request to change the batteries (which are provided by the resident) or to obtain information on purchasing new detectors. Purchasing identical smoke detectors is required as team members cannot do new wiring. (The two types of detectors used in our homes are also at the front desk in helping to order new ones. New detectors come with batteries.)
19. SOCIAL CLUB: For those going to our "Colorful Fall" event this Saturday: We will be selling tickets that night for November 16th's "Fall Feast Potluck." Tickets are only $2.
20. SPECIAL EDITION SUN CATCHER: Is available at the Village Center and online featuring the Board of Director Candidate’s pictures and biographies so you will know the background and experience of each candidate before you vote. Voting will take place starting Oct. 2nd and end on November 10th. Pick up a copy of the Special Edition of the Sun Catcher today.
21. SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD: On Monday, October 21st at 9:00 a.m. This meeting is solely to add one component to the already approved sound system and is less than $500 but is a reserve expense. This meeting should take no longer 5 minutes.
22. STUDY SESSION: Has been cancelled for Wednesday, October 23, 2019.
23. TRAVEL CLUB: Our Fall Membership Meeting will be on Thursday, October 24th at 6:00 p.m. Come and hear about our planned trips for the season and ask any questions that you might have. This is open to everyone in the Community with no charge and no sign up. Memberships and tickets for the trips will be sold after the meeting. Light refreshments will be served. We hope to see you there.
24. VINTAGE GARDENERS: Announce that their November 4th meeting will include speakers enlightening us about Cannabis cultivation and quality products. Members Only. Monday, November 4th, 12:30 p.m. -2:00 p.m.
25. WALKING PATH USERS: Please share the pathway. Bicyclist please be more considerate of walkers especially those with canes. They can’t move out of the way as quickly as you can. Bicyclist please ensure that you are following all of Tucson, Bicycle Laws. Riding on the sidewalk in the city of Tucson could result in a $78 fine.
26. 2019 FINE ARTS & CRAFTS FESTIVAL: Hey, Sunflower artists! It's getting closer to the 2019 Fine Arts & Crafts Festival! November 8th & 9th is just right around the corner! We still have a few good spots available, so get your applications in soon! Deadline is October 21st! If you have any questions, please call Linda Jordan 572-1705
27. 2019-2020 DIRECTORIES: Are ready for pick-up at the front desk. Please note it is one directory per lot. If you want more than one the cost is $1.00 each.
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