Monday Morning Memo

September 19, 2022

Esperanza Estates

What's Happening in EE


7:00 am to 11:00 am


Pickleball Courts

EEHOA Board Meeting

1:00 pm


In person at the Ramada

Neighborhood News

EE HOA Board Meeting, Monday, Sept 19

There will be an in person EE HOA Board meeting today, Monday, September 19,at the Ramada, 1 pm. Please note there will not be an online Zoom connection for this meeting. In addition to regularly scheduled business and committee reports, we will have a new business item discussion regarding a potential single vendor for trash removal in the HOA with a presentation by Titan Trash. All residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.


Quorum Determination

Approval of Minutes

Treasurer's Report

Committee Reports: Architectural Control, Capital Projects, Common Area Maintenance, Green Valley Council, Recreational Facilities, Finance, Neighborhood Relations, Hospitality, Neighborhood Watch, Enhancement Team, Gardeners

Old Business

New Business: Discussion regarding potential for single vendor trash removal 


EE Book Club

From Linda Sielken

Our first EE Book Club meeting will be Thursday, October 13, at 10:00 am in the Ramada. Bring your book ideas for the season!

MMM Resumes Weekly Schedule

From Judy Hayes

With this issue, regular weekly issues of the Monday Morning Memo will resume. Please let us know if you have information for the MMM. Please send your submissions and comments to both Judy Hayes,, 720-201-9260 and John Nesavich,, 303-880-3261.

Caring Connections

Shura Wallin

2022 AZ19 Most Influential People 

Congratulations to Shura Wallin, our neighbor in Esperanza Estates, who has been honored as one of 2022 AZ19 Most Influential People. The award, sponsored by the Green Valley News, Sahuarita Sun, and the Nogales International, recognizes Shura's humanitarian work. Shura is passionate about helping others in need. Before she moved to Green Valley, she founded a food program for the homeless in Berkley. When she moved here over 20 years ago, after working with the Tucson Samaritans, she co-founded the Green Valley-Sahuarita Samaritans with Randy Mayer, Pastor of the Good Shephard Church. She also works with El Comedor in Nogales, Sonora, providing meals to migrants.

Read more about the AZ19 2022 Most Influential People honorees.

Karl Rey

  • Our Esperanza Estates neighbor, Karl Rey, passed away on September 8 here in Green Valley. Karl had lived in EE for about 15 years. Our sincere condolences to Karl's family and friends. There currently are no services planned.

Good To Know

COVID-19 Bivalent Vaccine Boosters

Source: FDA, 8/31/22

The virus that causes COVID-19 changes over time. You can keep your protection up to date by getting an updated COVID-19 vaccine booster. The updated COVID-19 vaccine boosters include components of the original virus strain and the Omicron variant. This is called a bivalent COVID-19 vaccine.

The updated COVID-19 vaccine boosters are designed to give you broad protection against COVID-19, including better protection against the Omicron variant. COVID-19 vaccines can help protect against severe illness, hospitalization and death from COVID-19. As the virus changes and your immunity naturally decreases over time, you may lose some of that protection.

The FDA has authorized bivalent formulations of the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccines for use as a single booster dose at least two months after completing primary or booster vaccination.

Eligibility for a booster depends on:

  • Your age
  • When you finished primary vaccination
  • When received your most recent booster dose of a monovalent COVID-19 vaccine

Use this CDC online tool to find out when you can get a COVID-19 vaccine booster. You can also search in your zip code for locations for a COVID-19 vaccine booster. 



Saturday, September 24, 2022 - 7:00 PM MST

The Campbells from Phoenix, AZ consist of Mike Campbell Sr. on acoustic guitar and vocals, Mike Campbell Jr. on electric guitar and vocals and Chris Campbell on bass guitar and vocals. The band grew out of a family love of music, especially country. The band focuses on playing old country music but also performs a large variety of rock, pop and classic songs from the 50’s and 60’s. The Campbells have performed throughout the southwest, including several sold out visits to the CPAC stage with their Marty Campbell Tribute show!

Funny Bone


Source: Dad Jokes Everywhere

Source: I Think My Mom's Gone Crazy

Thanks John Nesavich

                          Source: Unappreciated Puns