Monday Morning Memo

September 28, 2020                Esperanza Estates                    Green Valley, AZ
EE Mystery Spot
Have you seen this along one of our EE streets?
Photo by Hugh Rhine
WHAT'S UP THIS WEEK IN EE?
WATER AEROBICS
8:30 AM
MON WED FRI
RAMADA POOL
PICKLEBALL GROUP PLAY
7:00-9:00 AM
EVERY DAY
PICKLEBALL COURTS
 NEWS
Poop Patrol Proclamation

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!
Pet poop on the pathway is problematic!
Please pick up your pet's "presents" and place them in your rubbish.  
Pet poop left behind will earn a polite persuasive reproach from the Poop Patrol.....
"Hey!  Pick up your poop!"

Thanks Poop Patrol (you know who you are)
Rotary Club
Thanks Tom Cooke
The Valle Verde Rotary club is meeting each Thursday morning from 6:45 to 7:50 am at our Ramada. Visiting Rotarians are welcome to join the meeting. The club leaves the Ramada clean and orderly at the end of each session.
New Bunko Group
Peggy Coleman is interested in organizing a Bunko Group for men and women, single or married. Peggy says she needs 12 people and plans to play for $$$.  If you are interested, please call Peggy at 916-765-3079, for more details. 
Free Pomegranates
Free pomegranates at the Ramada, from the Cookes. Help yourself.
Thanks Cookes!
CARING CONNECTIONS
Kay Kimla
We are sad to report that Kaye Kimla passed away on September 20 after several illnesses over the last few years.  Kaye was one of the Esperanza Estates pioneers.  She had her home constructed here and was the first and only person to live in it.  Kaye was a realtor for many years and was a sales agent for numerous properties in Esperanza Estates.  Our sincere condolences to all of Kaye's friends and family.

Welcome to New Neighbors!!
COVID has put us behind on welcoming new neighbors to Esperanza Estates.  A very warm welcome to these new residents who have moved into our neighborhood over the last few months.
  • Karen Petzel, 765 Napa
  • Vic and Carol Silva, 1200 Norte
  • Laura Beuhring and Vivan Sanchez, 1100 Excelso
  • Faye Gafford, 934 Regalo
  • Mary Schutz and Karen Gidley, 900 Napa
  • Gale and Marsha Felmlee, 842 Regalo
  • Valorie Andrews, 861 Napa
  • Arthur and Jolene Bruce, 751 Nueva
  • Peggy Coleman, 852 Reglao
GOOD TO KNOW
Voting Information
Thanks Linda Sielken
If you wish to drop off your vote by mail ballot off, rather than mailing it, you may do so at the early voting site which is:
The Good Shepherd Church
17750 S. La Canada
Sahuarita, AZ 85629
Early voting is available:
10/26 through 10/30
Monday - Friday
9 am - 5 pm
Emergency Voting is available:
Saturday, 10/31, 9 am - 3 pm
Monday, 11/2, 8 am - 5 pm
Questions? Call the Pima County Recorder's Office: 520-724-4330
History of Early Green Valley
Source:  GVC Newsletter, September 17, 2020
Green Valley Radio, KGVY, will air "How Unique Is My Valley," by Thao Tiedt, President of the Green Valley Council, in a series of three Friday ½ hour presentations on the "Cracker Barrel" program. Beginning Friday, Oct. 2 and for the two weeks following, Oct. 9 and Oct. 16, at 11:30, you can hear the story of early Green Valley. Just tune into KGVY 1080 AM or 101.5 FM on those successive Fridays. Thao's presentation addresses the history of early Green Valley as learned through various resources including reading all issues of the GV News from 1964-1980. 
Quote of the Week
"If you believe this pandemic will end and we will get back to normal just because we reopen everything, raise your hand. Now slap yourself with it!"
Thao Tiedt, President, Green Valley Council
FUNNY BONE

The amazing and seldom seen Tomana Tree! 
Thanks Jim Sollars 
Source:  Washington Post
Source:  Beyond the Far Side

Books that were never written:
"Running to the Outhouse," by Willy Makit, illustrated by Betty Wont
Source: Joke of the Day
Lance is a pretty uncommon name these days, but in medieval times, people were named lance a lot.
Source:  The Maine Renaissance Faire
Due to Covid, for the first time since 1945, the National Spelling Bee has been 
cancil... cancul... cansel...  It's been called off.
Source:  Journeytakler.com
The Presbyterian church called a meeting to decide what to do about their squirrel infestation. After much prayer and consideration, they concluded that the squirrels were predestined to be there, and they shouldn't interfere with God's divine will.

At the Baptist church the squirrels had taken an interest in the baptistery. The deacons met and decided to put a water-slide on the baptistery and let the squirrels drown themselves. The squirrels liked the slide and unfortunately, knew instinctively how to swim, so twice as many squirrels showed up the following week.

The Lutheran church decided that they were not in a position to harm any of God's creatures. So, they humanely trapped their squirrels and set them free near the Baptist church. Two weeks later the squirrels were back when the Baptists took down the water-slide.

But the Catholic church came up with a very creative strategy! They baptized all the squirrels and made them members of the church. Now they only see them at Christmas and Easter.

Not much was heard from the Jewish synagogue. They took the first squirrel and circumcised him. They haven't seen a squirrel since.

Source:  Cranky Old Women
Please share your jokes....Judy Hayes at jkhayes70@gmail.com.  
Let's keep Esperanza Estates laughing!!
The Mystery Spot location is in front of the Welsh residence, 1106 Sur.  Got a suggestion for the Mystery Spot?  Let me know, Judy Hayes, 720-201-9260.
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