The Army Runs on Volunteers

WMVV DistrictsCourtesy of Ray Hedlund, Advisory Committee Chair

The Advisory Committee has recently received the resignation of Bob Rubin. Bob and Paula have worked very hard to help establish this committee and have donated a year of their time. The Committee and the Board wish to extend our thanks for a job well done.

Frankie Coulter has joined the Advisory Committee filling the open position previously held by Sylvia Coats. Frankie will be representing the Top of Hill. Frankie was one of the first owners in the Village and has spent her summers there for twelve years. She will be representing the largest number of Members, those who live above Elizabeth. We welcome her to the committee.

Bob’s exit leaves an opening for someone from the Rancheros area to step up and volunteer for community service. Please let us know if you are interested in working with six other volunteers in facilitating the long term hand off from Declarant to Members. You must live in the Rancheros area. If you are interested in learning more, please send an email to

The members of the Advisory Committee have a responsibility to help shape the future of the Village. Individually you will have the opportunity to represent those owners in the Rancheros area. There are a wide range of subjects that are directly related to Association issues.

The Advisory Committee Charter calls for seven members. If you are interested in this kind of community service, please let us know by sending an email to While we presently have most positions filled, we will be looking for volunteers to help us with projects as we move into 2017.

My thanks to the committee members who have served the entire year in getting this committee organized and up and running. The first year is always the most difficult as we work through initial organization.

As a reminder, the areas and representatives are:

Festival – Donna Holick
Club House  – Don Murray
Top of Hill – Frankie Coulter
Highlanders – Wally Simons
Del Rio – Gloria Bitting
Rancheros –
Mountain Lodges – Ray Hedlund

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