Community Update 8/17/17

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ON AUGUST 17TH, 1590...

Roanoke Colony is found deserted

It's a mystery that has intrigued Americans for centuries: What happened to the lost colonists of North Carolina's Roanoke Island? (See "America's Lost Colony."). The settlers, who arrived in 1587, disappeared in 1590, leaving behind only two clues: the words "Croatoan" carved into a fort's gatepost and "Cro" etched into a tree.
CALENDAR
EVENTS

**Pools have switched to modified hours beginning August 15th.
Vista will be closed during the week, Foothills will be open, and both pools will be open weekends. Pools close for the summer September 4th**


**As of August 1st, 3rd quarter assessments are past due, if you haven't paid yet. To check your balance and to make a payment, please see the assessment page for this helpful TIP SHEET**



Upcoming Events

More important events HERE


ATTENTION—Genesee Women's Group
KICK OFF MEETING
August 29 @ VISTA CLUBHOUSE @ 6:00 pm
Contact Sally.overton@mindspring.com—to RSVP

FOUL PLAY IN THE FOOTHILLS
A murder mystery with audience participation at the Vista – Saturday, Sept 9 – 7:00pm
FREE but please RSVP! tpezzutti@comcast.net

FIRST FRIDAY, SEPT. 1 Vista Clubhouse 5:30-8:30 p.m. OKTOBERFEST!
Although it’s not starting until September 16 in Munich, we’re going to celebrate early. Please join us and BYOB and an appetizer dessert to share. No RSVP is required, and new residents are welcome and encouraged to come. Beginning in October your new hosts will be Chuck Adams and Kimberly Smith-Adams, Joyce and Branch Russell, Mary Sheron and Doug Griffin, and Beth Moran. Hosts will rotate as their schedules allow. We have enjoyed this position for over five years and it’s been our pleasure to serve, but we know your new hosts will do an outstanding job! Your hosts, Gary & Linda Anderson (5596) KauaiGary@aol.com/KauaiLinda@aol.com.

Next Artist showing through September at Vista Clubhouse – Anna Mead
A native West Virginian, Anna Marie Mead has made Colorado home for over 40 years where she makes creating art part of her everyday life. As a professional artist, she has a studio in Denver’s Santa Fe Arts District. This studio is located at the BitFactory (#105), and here she has enjoyed creating as well as exhibiting her paintings in the gallery.
Most recently she had an exciting solo show “Transitions” in the BitFactory Gallery. This show is very close to Anna Marie’s heart as she is also transitioning. In the future, she is looking forward to a team show with fellow jewelry artist Julie Sims. These two ladies are looking forward to a great collaboration of jewels and jewel like paintings.
Anna Marie Fine Art / 851 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO, 80204 / 720.289.6355 / info@annamariemead.com


Open Space Updates:
Hiking is a wonderful outdoor activity, and Genesee has beautiful trails! Please remember to stay on the trail system, be aware and respectful of others' properties, and any "No Trespassing" signs posted. Thank you!

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

Do you like taking nature photography? We would love to see your photos! If you'd like them considered for the Genescene, website or our social media...please send photos and consent to: frontdesk@geneseefoundation.org

* Photos shall only be used with the permission of the owner of the photo, and will be credited. All submission images must be at least 30 low-resolution (72 dpi), 400 pixels and no more than 800 pixels in height or width, for ease of review. Recommended camera quality is 5 megapixels or more, with all photos being in JPEG, TIFF, or GIF formats. Higher resolution photos will have a better possibility of being posted, with preference given to nature photos and community events. Photos submitted without a general photo consent will not be included for use. This refers to any individuals who are clearly identified in submitted photographs.


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 signing up online at www 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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