Meet Carol Wieser – Activities Committee Member

Carol was born in a small town on the Michigan side of Lake Michigan. She always thought she should be near the water. However, after she moved to the mountains of Colorado she knew she was meant to be a Westerner.

Carol spent eight years in Colorado graduating from high school and college and teaching. She then spent the next thirty-eight years in New Mexico where she taught early elementary school. It was there that she met and married the love of her life, Tom.

Carol and Tom arrived in Show Low two years ago when Tom, who is a pilot, came to work for Sunrise Air Medical. By then they had become full-time RVers so were very excited to find such an awesome place in the Village. It’s become their little slice of paradise!

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Meet Cheri Laney – Activities Committee Member

Cheri is a native of Phoenix, Arizona as was her dad. She is the the oldest of six kids.

Cheri has been married to her high school sweetheart Chris for thirty-eight years. Cheri and Chris have a son and a daughter. They also have three granddaughters and are looking forward to the birth of their first grandson in late September.

The Laney’s have owned two lots in the Village for eleven years. They will be building onto their Park Model this summer.

2017 Annual Meeting Notice

Image result for annual meeting imagesPursuant to Article V, Section 1 of the Bylaws of White Mountain Vacation Village Recreational Subdivision Association, the Annual Meeting of the Members will be held as follows:

 DATE:            Friday, June 23, 2017

CHECK-IN:   1:00 p.m.                              

MEETING:  1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

LOCATION:  Hampton Inn & Suites

                       1501 E Woolford Rd,  

                        Show Low, AZ 85901

PURPOSE:  Informational

If you would like to submit a question, please download the form here. http://wmvv.org/2017%20Annual%20Question%20Form.pdf

New Places to Spend Time

Image result for bocce ball imagesThose of you already in the Village might have noticed activity near the clubhouse. There have been backhoes and dump trucks and workers everywhere.

The developer remodeled the horseshoe pits. The concrete was removed from the pit areas and replaced with railroad ties. In doing this, the pit areas were expanded and are now regulation size.

A bocce ball court is currently in the works. It should be complete in a few weeks. It will have benches, lights and a scoreboard.

Please give a shout-out to your Advisory Committee as these projects were brought forward by them. The bocce ball court was done without raising monthly dues.

Book Club 2017

Image result for book club images freeI would be able to lead a book club if people are interested. There might be emergencies when I have to go back to Tucson. I have developed a list of books and dates. In order to do this, I would like a commitment for at least three people per session.  Please email me with your confirmation and choice of venue.  Thanks.  Susan Jenkin 520-744-2080   ridkin88@msn.com

An option for meetings:

Fri at 11:00 in the clubhouse

Fri at 11:00 at Black Bull

Fri at 4:00 with cheese and wine

Please indicate if you are committed to any of these books and choice of venue

June 9th     Ripper by Isabel Allende – This is the only mystery she has written.  Isabel is an acclaimed writer.

July 7th         The Burgess Boys by Elizabeth Strout – This author wrote Olive   Kitteridge.

July 28th      The Disappeared by Kim Echlin – A New York Times Editors Choice

August 11th   The Long Way Home by Louise Penny – Another mystery.  You will love her characters.

August 25th    The Lowland  by Jhumpa Lahiri – Winner of a Pulitzer Prize

You can go on line to find out more about these books.  I have tried to choose a variety.  I think all of these books are well written with literary depth.

Hope you can make it!

So You Won’t Go Blind

The Village Advisory Committee was very busy last summer. By the end of the season, they had made some decisions and presented several projects for consideration.

One proposal was to install two blinds in the club house so that people are able to play games without the disadvantage of sun so bright they can’t see what they are doing. The blinds have been installed.

Stay tuned for information on additional projects. If you would like to make suggestions for Advisory Committee consideration, please contact the member who represents your area.  Click on the image of the map to enlarge it.

Committee members are Wally Simons – Highlanders, Gloria Bitting – Del Rio, Donna Holic – Festival, Frankie Coulter-Top of the Hill, Jo Lindsay – Club House and Ray Hedlund- Mountain Lodges who also serves as chairman.

If you reside in the Rancheros area, please consider joining the committee today! Contact Ray with your interest at Advisory@wmvv.org.