Friday, May 15, 2015

Hi-Desert Star Column #222

Our little Community received a very welcome gift from the Joshua Tree Rotary folks last week. An $800 check was presented to the Copper Mountain Mesa Community Association, to help us be of service on the Mesa. On behalf of our beautiful Mesa community, I attended the Rotary breakfast and gratefully accepted this most generous gift. I also got to enjoy a yummelicious breakfast at Bruce’s Coyote Kitchen on Copper Mountain College Campus. Our very own Association Treasurer, Mary Helen Tuttle was there too, wearing her Madame JT Rotary President hat. I also recognized Professor Ed Will, whose “History of Rock and Roll” class I took at the College last Fall semester. All in all, it was a most pleasant event; many thanks for inviting me to attend this uplifting occasion.

Speaking of Breakfast, our First Saturday breakfast event is happening this morning, from 8-11am. All your favorite Volunteers will be there to cook and serve your extra special Breakfast. If you have not renewed your membership with the Copper Mountain Mesa Community Association lately, forms are available at the door, for your convenience. The fee is $10 annually, per person. We hope you will join us and come over for Brekkie too!

As always, the Thrift Room will be open for your shopping convenience. Suzie Gardner does a wonderful job keeping all the items displayed attractively. We have been receiving lots of great clothing donations, so if your wardrobe is missing awesome trousers or that special blouse, pay us a visit, you’ll be glad you did. We also have several items for adult homecare, including 7 packs of adult briefs in size large; as well as commodes, walkers and other useful stuff.

Next Saturday, we will be holding our monthly Association Board meeting, from 10am, at the Community Center on Winters Road. Neighbors are encouraged to attend and participate in these informative meetings. More people have been attending regularly, as we take care of all the neighborhood business and usually enjoy a good giggle as well.

Only two and a half weeks left in this Spring semester: stay well!

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