Summer Greetings JULY 2018
We start this newsletter by thanking all of you for your patience with the gas line replacement project. We know this has been a long process but we are told that they should be done in August. They have promised to return our complex to its original beauty once they have completed the replacement of the gas lines.
At our meeting in June, we appointed Kathleen Matthews as the Treasurer as Everett Hale resigned from being our Treasurer. Thank you, Kathleen, for taking on this essential role to Braewood.
We also approved repairing some of our fences/wrought iron and voted to extend the contract for El Rancherito Landscaping.
We are pleased to announce that we have entered into a contract with our current manager Wendy Linow to become the Supervising Manager on January 1, 2019. James will take over the role of becoming a Provisional Manager with Wendy supervising him for the next two years. This is required by Nevada Administrative Code in order for James to become fully licensed as a manager. We appreciate that Wendy came out of retirement to become our manager a year and one half ago at a time that was essential to have her expertise and guidance.
Just a couple of reminders: as usual, we don't have a Board of Directors meeting in July. We look forward to seeing you in August. Glass is NOT allowed anywhere near our pools. Please do your part in keeping our pools safe by using cans or plastic when near the pool. And remember that alcohol is not allowed in the pool areas.
We hope you are having an enjoyable summer and staying cool!
Paul Baker, President
Alice Douglas Vice President
Joe Raba, Secretary
Kathleen Matthews, Treasurer
Al Wartman, Director
Susan Johnson, Director
Everett Hale, Director
2018 Board of Directors Election Timeline
Wednesday, August 8, 10 :00 a.m. OR Wednesday, August 8, 6:00 p.m.
You Want to Run for Our Board? Terrific! This is a workshop to introduce homeowners to the duties and obligations of a Board member. All homeowners are welcome to attend this interesting session to learn what a Board does.
Thursday, August 9, August 8
Nomination Forms will be mailed to all homeowners .
Friday, September 28, 3:30 p.m.
Deadline to submit Nomination Forms to the management office.
Monday, October 1, 10:00 a.m.
Candidates meet with management to confirm nomination paper work is in order and to reiterate their intent to run for the Board.
Tuesday, October 2, 6:00 p.m.
Candidate Forum will be a moderated panel discussion. This is a chance for homeowners to ask each candidate the same questions and compare the candidates’ answers.
Wednesday, October 10, 10 a.m.
Get to Know the Candidates is a chance to speak with the candidates one-on-one.
Thursday, October 11
Ballots mailed to all homeowners.
Monday, December 10, 3:30 p.m.
All ballots must be received in the management office by 2 p.m.
Tuesday, December 11, 9:00 a.m.
Ballots will be opened and counted — all homeowners are encouraged to attend and watch the ballot counting.
Tuesday, December 11, 6:00 p.m.
Annual Meeting of the Members — announcement of election results.
Thursday, December 13, 10:00 a.m.
Workshop for newly elected Board members.
Tuesday, December 18
Board of Directors Organizational Meeting — officers elected.
Social Committee Update
Hats off to the Social Committee and its volunteers for a wonderful Father’s Day breakfast!! The table décor was elegant (thanks to rocky), the food plentiful and tasty (bless the cooks) and the donated champagne made for a fun and festive Sunday occasion. Put his on your calendars for next year! It is not to be missed!
4th of July BBQ
July 4, 6 p.m.
$5 tickets still available in the office
through July 3rd!
Hamburgers, Hotdogs, Sauerkraut, BBQ Beans, Cole Slaw, Watermelon, Potato Salad, Macaroni Salad, Buns, Punch and Other Beverages
Wine Wednesday Alert
6 p.m. — 8 p.m.
Bring the beverage of your choice
and an appetizer.
Please kill this rumor: the producers of “Naked and Afraid” will not be holding auditions at this event. Spread the word!
No glass is allowed in the pool areas for health & safety reasons, Broken glass can hurt people and might require a trip to the emergency room for stitches. Broken glass in the pool requires that the pool be drained, vacuumed and refilled. This is costly and inconvenient as the pool would have to be closed during the clean-up.
Alcohol is not allowed in the pool areas for health & safety reasons. It is especially dangerous to drink and use the hot tub.
Sprinklers come on three times per day for five minutes each time. During the hot summer months, your plants might require hand watering on top of the mandated maximum sprinkler time. Please keep watch and hand water if necessary.
August 9, 2018, 5:30 p.m., Braewood Clubhouse
Cost $10 (Cash/Gift Prizes)
Includes Bunco, Dinner, Beverage,
Dessert, Raffle Ticket
All Red/Pink Hat Ladies welcome.
Please RSVP to Linda Harrell — 702-375-4658 — By July
Theme: You can wear you jersey with a red hat.
If you are interested in playing bridge
once a week in the Clubhouse,
please call Arlene at 702-279-2824.
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REAL ESTATE questions? Contact Braewood resident Michelle Sproul/Realtor® at National Properties Realty
702-306-4121 or visit www.BraewoodHeritageSquare.com
PET/HOUSE SITTING and PERSONAL ASSISTANT: will care for your pets, home or loved ones while you are away. I can even take you to the airport, do your shopping or wait for the plumber. Call Chantal –702-285-6720.
MARC, THE ERRAND GUY! Former Lyft Driver, Braewood resident will drive you to the airport, doctor, pharmacy, supermarket, etc., in a Ford Fusion full-sized sedan. Available 24/7. Reasonable rates. 702-498-3803.
7-DAY NOTARY SERVICE. Licensed and bonded. Braewood homeowner. $5.00 per signature. 702-376-0311. If no answer, please leave a message, name and phone number.
MOVING HELP. Call Cody at 702-265-2603. Need 2 days notice. Braewood resident.
PET SITTER. Responsible adult will watch your pets in the comfort of their own home. Call Sue Churchill. 702-731-9856 or text 702-343-5488.
ROD THE HANDYMAN. 702-493-0213. Odd jobs, general clean up, lawn work, painting, appliance and plumbing repair, electrical work, tree removal, plant trimming, tile jobs.
INTERESTED IN KNOWING WHAT YOUR HOME IS WORTH? Please call or email me to request your FREE Real Estate Market Analysis. I am a 20-year resident of Braewood Heritage and I have extensive knowledge of these homes. Susan Thompson-Johnson, WARDLEY Real Estate, 702-308-6672. NewHomeStories@gmail.com.
ATTENTION WOMEN SHOPPERS! I have a huge amount of clothing from Macy’s, Dillard’s, Bloomingdales, Nordstrom, Lands’ End, and QVC. I’m selling everything for $5-$20. They range in sizes XL thru 3X; Clothing for every season, and lots of designer names. Tops, pants, jeans, sweaters, blouses, jackets, purses, and so much more. The vast majority have never been worn. Everything is cleaned and ready to go. Call SHARON @ 702-236-0006. I am a Braewood resident.
PANASONIC 48” PROJECTION TELEVISION FOR SALE. Model #PT-47X54J. Works excellent. Has a factory shelf on top to hold video games, DVD players, cable box, etc. $100 or best offer. Available to see most evenings. Call 702-372-3913 or email email@example.com for more information.
COLLECTIBLES. Braewood residents Cindy & Michael are open-Booth 91 at the Paradise Valley Antique Mall, 3355-2A East Russell Road, Las Vegas 89120 (Russell & Pecos in the new Eos Fitness shopping center). Many different collectibles including Coca-Cola, Garfield, Boyds Bears figurines, Disney & much more., Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
AVON PRODUCTS. Call Vivian at 702-275-8369. 44 yrs. Experience.
WHITE, FIBERGLASS, BATHROOM JACUZZI TUB: Never used, from model home. Asking $199. LIVING ROOM/DEN BLACK FIREPLACE: gas vented, glass cover with gas log. Dimensions — 43” high x 49” wide x 20” deep. Cost $2K when new. Asking $249. Call Marc @ 702.498.3803.
MOVING SALE — OPEN HOUSE. 3359 Duchess Avenue, Saturday, July 7th, 8 ato 2 Large & Small items.