Community Update 7/27/2017

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ON THIS DAY...

Brazen bunny saunters onto the screen

Huntsman Elmer J. Fudd meets "that pesky wabbit" for the first time in 'A Wild Hare,' an animated short subject from Warner Bros. What's up, Doc? For Bugs Bunny, it'll be crazy popularity, decades of movie releases, an Oscar win, and a TV compilation show that runs for 40 years.

CALENDAR
EVENTS
JEFFCO STAGE 1 FIRE RESTRICTION IN EFFECT!
Effective at 6:00 p.m. today, June 29, 2017, the Jefferson County Sheriff will implement temporary Stage 1 Fire Restrictions for portions of Jefferson County. The restrictions apply to the areas west of Highway 93, west of C-470, and south and west of the intersection of CO 121 (Wadsworth) and C-470 to the Platte River. See more details
HERE.

**Finance committee meeting changed to
August 1st at Vista at 2pm**

*Open meeting policy review HERE
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Upcoming Events
More important events HERE


NATIONAL NIGHT OUT *rain or shine*
Vista Clubhouse- August 1, 4-7:30
  • Pool Games start at 4pm
  • BBQ is 5 - 7:30 pm behind the clubhouse
This is the first time Genesee will participate in National Night Out, a family-friendly event that brings neighborhoods together with their first responders and strengthens community bonds. This is a big event in many neighborhoods across the country and now internationally. Genesee Fire & Safety Committee is bringing this event to Genesee. Our Jeffco Sheriffs will participate with one of their specialty teams. Our own Genesee Fire Rescue will also join in. This is a chance for us to get together and enjoy our beautiful environs, friendly neighbors, and good food. Genesee Pub and BBQ is helping sponsor the event and will provide catered BBQ. We'll have limited beer and wine. But bring your own beverages for the evening.

In order to ensure we have enough food, please call the office (303-526-0284) or email: frontdesk@geneseefoundation.org and let them know how many will attend. By July 27th.
Learn more HERE.

FIRST FRIDAY, AUG. 4
Vista Clubhouse 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Join us for a luau! Grass skirts and coconut bras if you dare! No RSVP is required but we ask everyone to BYOB and an appetizer or dessert to share. New residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
We had some burgers and brats left over from Trash Mash that we froze. We will have them thawed and the grill will be hot - first come, first served.
Your hosts,
Gary & Linda Anderson (5596)
kauaigary@aol.com / kauailinda@aol.com


STRINGS BY THE POOL, Thursday, August 10

Vista Clubhouse, 6:30 p.m.

Please join us for our second and final string quartet concert this summer. Gates will be open at 5:30 and you are welcome to bring a picnic. Alcohol is allowed but NO GLASS PLEASE. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be held inside Vista.

Larisa Fesmire, long time Genesee resident, and her group provided fantastic music at our June concert, and an added bonus for August’s concert will be Larry Struble’s amazing fiddling. Larry is Larisa’s father and he has entertained us for many years. We’re very excited that he can join us again. You don’t want to miss this!


Genesee Sustainability News
Check out our newest Alpine sustainability report HERE!

  • you conserved 2980 gallons of oil!
  • you saved 299 trees!
  • you helped 4 truck loads of trash avoid the landfill!
  • you saved 98,687 gallons of water
  • you saved enough electricity to power the average US home for 5268 days!
WAY TO GO GENESEE!!


Open Space Updates:
Weed Spraying Notice
Weed spraying along Genesee Roads and open space will occur July 3 through July 28.
Genesee works to control its weed populations to prevent them from overrunning our native plants as well as to meet the State’s mandatory weed control laws. Please call the Open Space Manager if you have any questions.
Areas will be posted if they are located along hiking trails and a map will be posted in the Vista Clubhouse.
- Robert Elliott openspace@geneseefoundation.org

See below for some fantastic info on our hiking trails and native wildflowers!

Lost “Community News” email?
Each Thursday the Foundation staff sends a newsletter about happenings in our community. The newsletters have become popular. However, some residents ask why they don’t receive them. Here are two possible reasons and a solution for each:
  1. The Foundation Office does not have your email address.This is easily solved by sending an email to frontdesk@geneseefoundation.org asking to be placed on the email list.
  2. If you have set up a “Promotions Tab” for Gmail then that’s where the Google robots place our newsletter, a place that is easily overlooked.This is also easily solved.Just click and drag the “Community News” from the Promotions list to the Priority tab. Subsequently, our newsletter will appear in your Priority inbox -- happy reading.
-Genesee Foundation Communications Committee
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