FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER
Our deepest sympathies to the family of Elizabeth “Sug” Kunnecke at her passing this month. Sug was a long time resident of Piping Rock condo’s in the Greens.
Well I’m out of the hospital and the surgery went well; the knee is coming along. I want to thank you for all the prayers, calls, cards and well wishes; it really means a lot. I’ll be recuperating at home for a while but still manning the phones and computer. Only a few comments this month but should be back at it by next month’s issue.
1. Water Towers: #1 tower located in Wildflower Ridge is finished but we are waiting on replacement parts to the mixer that goes inside. The original valves did not match up. It’s taken longer than everyone thought so we’re just waiting.
2. STILL COLLECTING ALUMINUM….WE WANT YOUR ALUMINUM CANS OR SCRAP ALUMINUM to help raise money toward the irrigation project on the Golf Course. I realize this will only be a small part of it but it’s a start. You can drop your bagged cans off in the golf course parking lot, on the right side in the open end of the dumpster fence marked with a sign. PLEASE ENSURE YOUR CANS ARE EMPTY OF ANY LIQUID; IT ADDS WEIGHT TO THE CANS. DO NOT PLACE STEEL CANS OR OTHER METALS IN THE BAGS…THEY DO CHECK WHEN WE TURN THEM IN. The collection of monies will be on going for several years. We will also be accepting donations toward this cause, see Mike at the Pro-shop or Ken at the Office.
3. CLUB: We have a new 1st cook at the Swim and Tennis, Sean Curtis. He brings a fresh face, training, experience and much enthusiasm to the position. We are planning a wine/bourbon tasting and “meet the chef” on October 13th so don’t miss it. Come on out for a fun evening and taste the many different kinds of wine and bourbon as well as some tasty treats from Sean’s kitchen.
OCTOBER IS A BUSY MONTH AT THE CLUB SO BE SURE TO CHECK OUT WHAT’S GOING ON AND WHAT’S FOR DINNER.
4. PAVING: There are still areas that need to be repaired. I’m working with the contractor to finish this year’s projects before they close the asphalt plants. He had a bad run of luck and lost an oil truck in an accident and it really put him behind. Just hang on, we’ll do our best to get it done.