The 2018 Reserve Study prepared by Aspen Reserve Specialists is available on the Finance page of the website. Please visit https://www.geneseefoundation.org/finance/ then select Financial Documents and then 2018 Reserve Study.
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Please join the Genesee Circle of Friendship Bridge
Oct. 23rd at the Vista Clubhouse
....for a free screening of the movie Ixcanul. The movie will start at 6:45 pm and there will be free popcorn and refreshments provided. One of the best-reviewed movies of 2016, Ixcanul was the first film Guatemala ever submitted for Best Foreign Film consideration at the Academy Awards. The movie portrays the daily lives of Mayans living on a coffee plantation at the base of an active volcano. This gorgeously photographed film is an immersive journey into its characters’ customs and beliefs, chronicling with unblinking realism the Mayan people and their traditions in Guatemala.
Everyone is welcome, but please be aware that the movie is subtitled.
Contact Joanne Ihrig at 303-526-1750 with any questions.
CANDIDATE & BYLAW OPEN FORUM
Vista Clubhouse, October 26, 6:30 pm Refreshments,7:00 pm Start
This night will offer a chance to ask questions about the proposed By
law change that will be on the ballot in November
SAVE THE DATE - FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27
Thanks to our Board for approving a classical guitar concert which will be held at Vista, 6:30 p.m. Maximilian Mondzac will play both nylon string and steel string guitar. He's a junior majoring in guitar performance at CU's College of Music. Max is a performer, composer and teacher, and you can learn more about him and hear his music at http://www.maxmondzac.com/
Please join us for what will be a very entertaining evening.
Feel free to bring an adult beverage.
Your hosts, Gary & Linda Anderson (5596)
Free Nidra Meditation - Tuesday November 14
Vista Clubhouse 6:30-7:30pm
Discover and enjoy a meditative practice to build clarity, relieve stress and anxiety.
Cultivate a sense of ease, calm, resilience and wholeness. Become more responsive and less reactive. Learn centering, relaxation and breathing techniques. No prior yoga or meditation experience required. Bring a mat, a blanket, a small cushion and an eye pillow.
- Presented by Michelle De Waele
E-500 Registed Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist
Just as a reminder: there will be no fall slash or pine needle pickup. However, you may contact Alpine for special needle pickup. (303) 744-9881
Date & Time: 10/23/2017, 6:30 PM
Location: Lookout Mountain Nature Center
Title: Black Bear Basics: Biology, Behavior and Best Practices for Jeffco Residents
Agenda topics include:
RSVP is helpful-
- black bear behavior and biology basics
- black bear aggression statistics (how many attacks/deaths/patterns and lessons learned from attacks and close calls) defining and assessing human-bear interactions; what constitutes a dangerous bear vs a nuisance bear?
- problem bear management options; nuisance bears and dangerous bears
- best practices for a bear encounter best practices for recreating in bear country best practices for living in bear country
Folks can send me an email letting me know they plan to attend. Thanks!
Mary Ann Bonnell
Visitor Services Manager
303.271.5995, 303.887.5725 cell, jeffco.us
On this day in October history, in 1386...
Germany's Heidelberg University holds its first lecture today and will do so for centuries to come, surviving the Black Death that will ravage the continent, France's destruction of the city, the chaos of the Protestant Reformation, and the cataclysm of two world wars.