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HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION January 2016 January 2016 NEXT BOARD MEETING: Monday, January 18th at 7:30 p.m. FIND US ON FACEBOOK! www.facebook.com/hlca. mi Resident Directory Update page 15 Snow Removal FAQ page 16 Snow Removal Handicapped/Disabled Request Form page 17 Mark your calendars!! January 1 clubhouse closed January 2 Christmas Un-Decorating Party 1 - 3 p.m. January 8 Game Night Youth Group 7 - 10 p.m. 20301 Silver Spring Drive Northville, MI 48167 Phone: (248) 349-4006 Fax: (248) 349-8821 Website: www.HLCA.us Facebook: www.facebook.com/hlca.mi Guinevere Eatmon, IBO 248.956.0131 248.924.2883 HOME • BEAUTY • NUTRITION Nutrition, Skin & Color Consultation by Appointment [email protected] •On site service to home or work for residential and commercial vehicles. •We are an approved vendor with every insurance company, network & fleet management and we can assist with claims. •Specializing for over 15 years in windshield replacement & chip repair. www.amway.com/guineatmon www.flashglassauto.com 248-446-1234 South Lyon, MI SPECIAL 40 Gallon Gas Water Heater Installed for $790 I.S.E. Garbage Disposal Installed for $235 “Family Owned” Est. 1898 O’BRIEN SULLIVAN FUNERALS, CREMATIONS, PREARRANGEMENTS 41555 Grand River Ave, Novi, MI 48375-1822 248-348-1800 www.obriensullivanfuneralhome.com Offering Pre Need & Aftercare Programs 2 Highland Lakes Management Section Highland Lakes Board of Directors Kathy Baldwin, President Michelle Todorov, Vice President Tom Byrne, Treasurer Sandy Nolan, Secretary Kathleen Connor, Director Judy Nakdimen, Director Guy Balok, Director This section of the Herald contains minutes of the Board of Directors’ meetings and management information. This section is the official medium of communications of the Association as prescribed by Board Resolution R-6, March 22, 1976. We recommend that you not only read but save this section of the Herald for future reference. Resolutions and Regulations approved by the Board become part of your Association By-Laws. 3 HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY 20301 Silver Spring Drive, Northville, MI 48167 Phone: 248-349-4006 E-mail: [email protected] Fax: 248-349-8821 Web: www.HLCA.us After Hours Emergency Maintenance Phone: 248-349-4043 BOARD OF DIRECTORS Kathy Baldwin, President............ 248-974-6688 Kathleen Connor, Director........... 248-349-8264 Michelle Todorov, Vice President.. 248-380-1611 Judy Nakdimen, Director............. 248-344-0336 Tom Byrne, Treasurer.................. 248-345-9334 Guy Balok, Director..................... 734-667-3507 Sandy Nolan, Secretary............... 248-349-3587 PERSONNEL Guinevere Eatmon........Senior Receptionist (Notary) Julie Leja...............................................Receptionist Alexis Jackson......................................Receptionist Joe Poma........................................Property Manager Emily Lutzenkirchen.....Publications & Records Assistant Sharon Englund.......................................Bookkeeper COMMITTEE INFORMATION COMMITTEE Clubhouse Court Liaison CHAIRPERSON Barb Balok Joel Lutz PHONE 734-667-3507 248-349-6782 Engineering Tom Werner 248-349-4459 Community Social Brad Todorov 248-380-1611 Finance Joyce Elvy 248-349-1747 Grounds Marti Tupper 248-348-9811 BOARD LIAISON Tom Byrne, Judy Nakdimen, Sandy Nolan Kathy Baldwin, Sandy Nolan & Kathleen Connor Tom, Byrne, Kathleen Connor & Judy Nakdimen Guy Balok, Judy Nakdimen & Michelle Todorov Tom Byrne, Guy Balok, Kathleen Connor Kathy Baldwin, Kathleen Connor & Judy Nakdimen Herald Marty Tingstad 248-344-4928 Kathleen Connor, Sandy Nolan & Judy Nakdimen Lakes Ecology ----- ------ Guy Balok, Tom Byrne, Michelle Todorov Pool Rosemary Campion 248-349-8227 Guy Balok, Kathleen Connor, & Sandy Nolan Cheryl Huizing 248-231-7603 RV Hugh Battley 248-349-4841 Michelle Todorov Tennis Carol Shields 248-305-7123 Michelle Todorov ADDITIONAL INFORMATION After Hours Emergency ...................................................................................................................248-349-4006 Northville Township Police-Non-Emergency .................................................................................248-349-9400 Northville Township Fire Department ..........................................................................................248-348-5807 Northville Township Police and Fire Emergency ........................................................................................... 911 After Hours Maintenance Emergency ..........................................................................................248-349-4006 Assessment/Billing Inquiries .....................................................................................................248-349-4006 Consumers Power Company .......................................................................................................800-477-5050 DTE-Electric Company ...............................................................................................................800-477-4747 Hazardous Waste Information .....................................................................................................734-326-3936 HLCA WOW! Account Rep (Bob Sivori) ........................................................................................248-808-9872 WOW! Sales & Support .............................................................................................................1-866-496-9669 HLCA AT&T Account Rep (Denise Smith) .....................................................................................810-265-4946 AT&T Sales & Support (Phone or U-Verse) ..................................................................................800-288-3466 HLCA Comcast Account Rep (Fred Campbell) ..............................................................................248-953-7380 Web site ......................................................................................................................................www.HLCA.us Association Facebook Page ..............................................................................................facebook.com/hlca.mi 4 Highland Lakes Herald Herald Committee Wilma Leonard Joy Gaskin Herald Staff Ray Parzych Betty Parzych Joel Lutz Tom DeGalan Gloria Janks Ilio Alessandri Barbara Evans The Highland Lakes Herald is the official news medium of the Highland Lakes Condominium Association, serving all residents, groups and organizations. The Association and its Board of Directors control and are responsible for the contents of the Herald. The staff of the Highland Lakes Herald serves on a voluntary basis. Editorials reflect the opinions of the staff and are not construed as representative of the general membership of the Association. The Herald welcomes comments, suggestions and articles from its readers. All material submitted for publication in the Herald must be true, factual, and newsworthy. The editor reserves the right to withhold items from publication pending verification of facts. In some cases where items are of a critical or controversial nature, the editor reserves the right to solicit comments from those with opposing viewpoints. Materials submitted for publication are to be given to the receptionist in Highland House. All materials submitted must be signed, but signatures will be withheld upon request. Communications to the Herald should be in writing. No material will be accepted for publication in the upcoming issue after the 20th of the month. 5 SUPPORT OUR ADVERTISERS AUTO REPAIR HOME REPAIR & HANDYMAN SERVICES Flash Glass..................................................2 Roger the Handyman............................... 13 BEAUTY / SKIN CARE INSURANCE Amway....................................................... ..2 Avon/Mary Kay........................................12 Merrick Maris Insurance.......................... 23 CARPET & FLOORS PLUMBING Simply Floor Coverings............................14 Evans Plumbing........................................ 2 FUNERAL ARRANGEMENTS O’Brien Sullivan Funeral Home.............. ..2 REAL ESTATE HEATING & COOLING Real Estate One.......................................... 12 Harriman Heating Inc.............................. 173 D & G Heating...........................................14 WINDOWS / WINDOWS REPAIR R & H Glazing........................................... 13 https://www.facebook.com/hlca.mi 6 MANAGEMENT REPORT TO: Board of Directors, Co-Owners FROM: Joe Poma, Property Manager RE: Property Manager’s Report DATE: December 21, 2015 1. Recycling Program: We now have an 8 yard bin at the clubhouse for all of your recyclables. This is a full-service recycling container that accepts paper, plastic, glass, tin cans and cardboard. It does not have to be sorted and you can throw everything in loose. The bin is emptied twice per week and judging by how full it is, the residents are using it quite frequently. This turned out to be an excellent decision for our community and we are thankful for the proponents of this program; your community involvement and opinion made a difference for everyone. 2. Yard Waste: Paper mulch bags and yard waste will not be picked up again until spring. I will make an announcement as to when that date is, but do not place any landscape bags by the trash corrals. They will not be picked up. 3. Scam Alert: Last month, I sent a note to all residents warning them about door-to-door solicitations that are being represented as “endorsed or authorized” by the Association. Vendors are getting very bold now and it seems as though these types of scams are coming through the mail, over the phone and to your front door. A resident called me recently and told me that he received a phone call from a “green energy” type company that started with “we are calling to schedule your yearly appointment along with your neighbors to verify that your home is energy efficient to save on costs”. The goal was to make the resident think that it was a property-wide program that the Association required to save on its energy costs. Thankfully the resident was wise to it and asked if it was sponsored by the Association at which point the person did not answer and again stated that they were making appointments in the area. Had the resident made the appointment, they would have been charged a few hundred dollars for a company to tell them to use CFL bulbs and may have conducted thermal imaging of the walls to identify missing insulation. Similar sales pitches are coming through the mail. Every year, our residents are notified by different companies that they need underground pipe insurance and that if a pipe burst outside of the walls of their home, they could end up spending thousands of dollars to repair it, but for $4.99 per month, they would get an insurance policy. If you lived in a single family detached home in a subdivision (non-condo), this might be an option, but in our community, all of that is common element and we take care of it for you. Long story short…if it’s not girl scout cookies, call the office. 4. Snow Removal Procedures: Every year, I let the residents know how we are handling snow removal so they can better understand how the policy works. First of all, Highland Lakes has close to 700 units and 1400+ residents, so opinions vary as to the level of service that people expect from the Association. Since there is such a wide range of opinion, the Board & Management adopted a snow removal policy several years ago that aims to strike a balance between proper care of the property and the expense needed to make that happen. The starting point at which we commence our snow removal has always been in the hands of the residents, and although we would all like to see the property cleared when there is so much as a dusting, there is a cost associated with everything we do. The snow removal budget is in excess of $36,000 for supplies and fuel alone and when coupled with staffing on weekends, overtime and vehicle expense, we have to be careful where we start. Management will also periodically send the snow removal, and lawn cutting for that matter, out to bid to verify that we are still doing things in the most cost effective manner and recent proposals for both have come in at around $200,000 for a property of this size and the miles of sidewalks and approach walks that have to be cleared. With that being said, if the snow event occurs during the week and during normal business hours, the staff commences their snow removal efforts immediately. If it is after business hours (i.e. the weekends or after the office closes), then the removal commences after the snow has reached a depth of 4 inches. The priority of clearing is as follows: first the main roads, then the courtyard centers, then the main walks, and finally the approach walks. Residents on the handicapped list are given priority for their approach walks. Parking spaces are done with the courtyard centers “if ” the cars are cleared out and the plow truck can cut a swath through the parking spaces. If cars are left in the courtyards or there is a car occupying every other space, it takes longer because the snow must be removed with snow blowers. The staff will also attempt to clean a different quadrant of the property first with every new snowfall, so that no court is 7 MANAGEMENT REPORT TO: Board of Directors, Co-Owners FROM: Joe Poma, Property Manager RE: Property Manager’s Report DATE: December 21, 2015 always first or last on the list. If the snowfall is more extensive, the only thing that changes is the priority of clearing and of course the time required to get the job done. So if there are blizzard conditions, approach walks may require a longer time or certain procedures may be suspended while we dig the property out. The priority of clearing is common sense in that we realize a person can trudge down their approach walk to their car, but if they can’t get out of the parking lot or down the road to work, the whole thing becomes a useless exercise. The small ridges or walls of snow left behind parked cars caused by the passing plow blades are something that we have to endure until the maintenance staff is able to get the snow blowers into the parking lots to finish up. Finally, the staff will usually commence snow removal after the snow stops or slows significantly, so that they do not have to repeat the process. This is especially true if it is a weekend event. Residents can help the staff and increase our response time by timely removing their cars from the courtyard lots to permit the plows to clear the entire courtyard, and refrain from parking close to entrances or otherwise impeding the equipment. The clubhouse office staff also appreciates the efforts of the court liaisons or any resident that calls the office to let us know that the courtyard is free of parked cars and is ready for clearing. 5. Home / Vehicle Break-Ins: A few weeks ago, I was notified that there were a number of emergency vehicles and police cars around a house near 8 Mile Road and Silver Spring. This was not one of ours, but apparently there was a break in of some sort. I have very few details on the matter and I’m simply bringing it up to encourage all residents to make use of their exterior lights and report suspicious activity to the police. 6. Christmas Lights: I want to thank all of the residents who took the time to put Christmas lights up this year. It made the property look very festive. Don’t forget to take them down as well; I say it every year: the lights look great in December but not in May. 8 2015 Adult ChristmasParty 9 10 JEANS FOR THE HOMELESS! Mary Ellen King was one of the people who responded to my publications in the October issue of the Herald. We met recently and I was impressed how much she volunteers her time to several organizations. One of them is the Most Holy Trinity Church in Corktown where she helps by passing out clothes to homeless people who are very appreciative for the clothes to keep warm for the winter, and it is rewarding for her when she can help them. One of her friends donated $2,000.00 to the organization and she was able to buy socks, underwear, sweat pants, shirts, hoodies and backpacks for the many people who depend on it. She mentioned that they have enough clothes for women but need clothes for men; especially jeans. So Mary Ellen wonders if any of our residents may have jeans for men in any size available that you might be able to part with; she would really appreciate receiving them. You could drop them off on her porch at 19517 Whitman Ct., (off Crystal Lake Dr.). You will make some homeless men very happy. Thank you very much and Happy Holidays. Submitted by Marianne Brandt, [email protected] 11 Offering the best makeup and beautification products for every skin type and age. YOUR INDEPENDENT BEAUTY CONSULTANT www.youravon.com/geatmon [email protected] www.marykay.com/geatmon [email protected] Your Highland Lakes Realtor Connection Twice the Knowledge, Twice the Experience, Twice the Service! We’ve helped many of your neighbors and are ready to help you. If you are thinking of buying or selling, please give us a call! Mary Ketelhut 734-634-8128 Real Estate One Northville / Novi 41430 Grand River Ave, Suite D Novi, MI 48375 “The Customer Experience is the Heart of My Business” John O’Brien 248-756-0414 “Nobody works harder for satisfactory results.” ICE-MELTER IS AVAILABLE AT THE CLUBHOUSE The Snow Removal Policy includes free ice-melter which is available at the Clubhouse. Residents have the responsibility to obtain the ice-melter to use in their area when there is snow and/or ice buildup, until the Maintenance Staff reaches the area for snow removal. Please bring a sturdy container (paper bags are not sturdy enough) to the Clubhouse to get your ice-melter. It is available in the bins sitting outside the Clubhouse front and back doors as well as in the tool storage room when the Clubhouse is open. 12 FURNACE TUNE-UP SPECIAL! WE SERVICE ALL BRANDS INCLUDING Heating & air Conditioning WE OFFER SENIOR DISCOUNTS 24 HOUR 734-237-1249 HarrimanHeating.com EMERGENCY SERVICE Financing 0% for 36 months R & H GLAZING, INC. ROGER THE HANDYMAN LICENSED & INSURED • 23 YEARS EXPERIENCE • GUARANTEED WORK WE REPAIR ANY WOOD, VINYL OR ALUMINUM WINDOW SPECIALIZING IN BROKEN, SEALFAILED & FOGGED • Need a light in that closet? (734) 379-5355 • Does the door stick? OR (734) 422-5355 NO JOB TOO SMALL... WE BID THEM ALL! • Association Discounts • 10 Year Warranty on Glass • “Low E” Reflective & Tinted Glass • Lowest Prices in Town • Parts Available for Most Windows • Completed Promptly & Efficiently • Two Weeks Service on Most Jobs Painting, Carpentry, Electrical, Plumbing, Drywall & Plaster Repair, Wallpaper Removal, Leaky Fixtures, Wax Rings, Install Ceiling Fans. FREE ESTIMATE DO YOUR WINDOWS HAVE... • • • • Bonded and Insured Seal Failure? Moisture in Glass? Windows Don’t Stay Up? Stripe Failure? Is Your Window Manufacturer out of Business? CALL NOW! CALL FOR YOUR FREE ESTIMATE! 1-888-391-4040 Sharon: 734-732-2066 NO TRIP CHARGE RICK THE WINDOW DOC! (734) 379-5355 roger: 734-732-0771 13 Highland Lakes Women’s Club SAVE THE DATE: The next get-together will be January 7, 2016 at noon Ruby Tuesday Plymouth, MI Arranged by Beverly Dudley February 7, 2016 at noon New Bangkok Cuisine Northville, MI Arranged by Peggy Zonca For further information about the Highland Lakes Women’s Club, you can contact Peggy Zonca (248)348-5283 or [email protected] All adult female residents of Highland Lakes are invited to meet with us! Since 1954 Carpet | Tile | Hardwood | Sanding & Refinishing | Laminate | Vinyl HEATING and COOLING CO. PROMPT EFFICIENT SALES SERVICE & INSTALLATION Service & Parts for Most Makes Central Air Conditioning Electric Air Cleaners Power Humidifiers Duct Fabrication Maintenance Contracts Electrical Wiring & Repair Custom Sheet Metal Boilers/ Water Heaters Visit Our Showrooms…See Before You Buy Open Daily 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Sat 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM (248) 756-3418 [email protected] Michael Mercer Calls Taken 24 Hours President (248) 476-7022 THE FLOORING STORE AT YOUR DOOR! 19140 Farmington Road at 7 Mile • Livonia 14 2016 Resident Directory Update If the information in the Highland Lakes Directory is incorrect, or incomplete, please fill out this form with the correct information and return it to the Clubhouse. The deadline for submitting changes is February 1, 2016, which is when the Directory will go to the printer. Unit Number: _____________ Address: ______________________________________________ Persons living in this unit: Name Relationship Phone Numbers Relationship Phone Number Year/Color License Plate Emergency Information: Name Vehicle Information: Make/Model Note: All residents must obtain a new pool pass or updated this year in order to utilize the Highland Lakes facilities. Passes can be obtained at the Clubhouse with proof of residency. 15 Snow F A Q Answer: 4 inches or more measured in more than three areas on the property. Why does my court seem to be last during the recent snowfall? Answer: To attempt to bring some semblance of fairness, the starting point of snow removal efforts change each time. Why does it seem to take so long to clean my parking spaces? Answer: Maintenance depends on the cooperation of the Co-Owners to empty the courts of cars before plows can safely plow the spaces. The plows cannot fit in between parked cars. Why did Maintenance leave a small amount of snow on the sidewalk this time? Answer: Leaving a small amount of snow provides traction to more safely walk. Why does the Association have an adopted snow policy? Answer: (A) To keep our Co-Owners informed of what to expect from the Association (B) It is required as part of our Risk Management procedures. How long should it take Maintenance to completely finish snow removal efforts? Answer: 48 hours or less depending on the weather and the amount of snow. In what order, and when, is snow blowing and plowing handled? Answer: FIRST DAY 1 – Streets 2 – Clubhouse 3 – Main Sidewalks 4 – Centers of Courts SECOND DAY 5 – Approach Walks 6 – Porches 7 – Parking Spaces (Only if courts are clear of cars) Removal During the weekend, how much snowfall is required before maintenance will be called in? S now R emoval P RoceduRes 1. NoRmal sNow eveNts: • 2-3 inches - Clearing will begin during the snowfall and maintenance will work normal hours following the established Snow Policy. • 4 inches or more – Maintenance will clear on weekends and at night following the Snow Policy. 2. laRge sNow eveNts: 6 inches or more - Maintenance will begin clearing main sidewalks and traffic lanes during the snow event. If necessary, they will continue the removal effort until 10:00 p.m. The next morning they will begin a second clearing effort and work until all walks and courts are cleared, or until 8:00 p.m. 3. sNow emeRgeNcies/BlizzaRds: More than 10 inches - Efforts will be focused on keeping main roads, traffic lanes and main sidewalks open to emergency traffic only. Once those elements are clear, work will begin on approach sidewalks and courts. Maintenance will work up to 14 hours per day, until the roads, courts and walks are clear. Contractors may be called in if necessary. The priority treatment of the handicapped list will be suspended during these events. Exceptions for emergencies will be handled on a case basis. 4. PaRkiNg sPaces: After the primary snow removal efforts are completed, maintenance will begin clearing parking spaces if cars are out of the court. Management encourages Court Captains to facilitate the removal of cars and contact the Clubhouse to advise when their court is clear and management will then contact maintenance to begin plowing the parking spaces within that court. If maintenance is ready to plow a court, the Association may also contact the court captains to facilitate the movement of parked vehicles. 5. oveRall goal: The Association shall have the sidewalks, courts (not parking spots), and roads, clear within 48 hours of the cessation of a snow event. 6. HazaRdous coNditioNs: During the winter, the weather conditions favor the potential for slippery sidewalks, porches and roads. Please use due care and caution during this time of the year and keep a supply of ice-melter, which is available at the Clubhouse, at your home for your use. 16 Snow Removal Request Form Handicapped/Disabled List – If you are in need of special attention with snow and ice removal, as a courtesy, the Association maintains a list of those Co-Owners and residents that need this service, forms can be obtained at the Clubhouse office. You must complete and return the Special Attention Form along with a copy of your handicap sticker that is displayed in your car. (We will make the copy for you.) Anyone with a permanent handicap plate will of course be on the list. However we will still need a completed form on file and we will need to know if this condition is a temporary or permanent condition. Additionally, those residents with permanent handicap plates will need to provide a copy of their vehicle registration. We cannot guarantee that Maintenance will be able to provide this special attention for every snow event; however, we will make every effort to do so. If you are requesting this special service, please fill in the information below. Check the box below that applies to you:  Co-Owner is disabled  Co-Owner is disabled and employed full-time or part-time.  Co-Owner is disabled and has regular scheduled doctor appointments, therapy sessions, chemotherapy treatments etc. Please describe: Date: Unit #: Co-Owner Name: Address: Phone(s): Please fill out the form completely, explaining your disability and your reasons for requesting that you be placed on the Disabled List Residents who meet the above criteria and provide a doctor’s note stating your disability will have the snow cleared away from their porch and sidewalk first, and within snow policy parameters. NOVEMBER 2015 17 Highland Lakes Court Liaisons NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE 248 UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE Anchor Tracey Green.................321-4614 Althea Sue Tocco..................... 348-3396 Amboy Brad Todorov..................380-1611 Andover Pam Takacs....................374-0864 Aqueduct Frank Eisenhauer...........348-9650 Bryn Mawr Robert Gorczyca.....734-751-7828 Dartmouth Sue Misiulis....................344-4949 Dearborn Jim Delaney....................348-6554 Dorothy Gay Renee Morris............810-334-1434 Eddington David Duey...............586-996-2098 Farragut Lorraine Scully (B 89 & 90)..344-8703 Janice Booher (B 88).........344-4229 Hayes D. & G. Loudy (B 30, 31 & 32) .............................................349-3308 Steve Sapp (B 28 & 29) ..................................734-512-6890 Inlet Betsy Byrne......................207-6221 Irongate Nancy Schneider..............797-0853 Ironwood Esther Allison................. 880-1673 Itham Bob Rudolph...................347-6891 Juliet Neptune Lucy Curtis (B33)............349-0301 Robert Nulty (B34, B35).......................349-0511 Norwood Stan Savitskie .............. 946-4338 Eric Behrmann..........734-934-0621 Kenyon Oakland Earl Smith.......................349-6478 Elizabeth Dombles............. Unlisted Old Bridge Linda Tomica.................. 349-6107 Lagoon Marchelle Brotz..........517-525-1661 Lehigh Pond Diane Pittaway............... 347-1078 Frances Moore..................727-3570 Lehigh Lane Queen Anne Kathy Baldwin................974-6688 Dianne Hartman................229-3884 Leidel Richards Barbara Adams.................982-8247 Martin Tingstad .............344-4928 Lilac Beverly Brenner.............348-2982 Barbara Evans..................348-3087 Longwood Sandy Savoy Mary Kraska............313-268-8516 Jim O’Connor....................344-6600 Lyric Schoolhouse Peggy Zonca..................348-5283 Minda Commire................701-0004 Madison Seabrook Andrea Valle...................819-0704 Carolyn Toyer....................348-9745 Malvern Valiant Ilio Alessandri ................ 449-6959 (B 46)...................................... open Judy Whelan (B 47)...........921-2125 Mann Liz Thuss................734-558-0220 Mariner Douglas Perrin....................Unlisted 18 View Point Stanley Roberson..........596-1239 Whitman Frank Jensen............... 880-2011 Windsor Tom Werner...................349-4459 protecting communities and associations across Michigan. Servicing all your insurance needs: • Condominium Associations • Homeowners Associations • Apartment Buildings • Commercial Auto • Director’s and Officers Coverage • Fidelity Bond Coverage • Equipment & Machinery Coverage • Worker’s Compensation remiere P Rochester 612 W. University Rochester, MI 48307 COMMERCIAL GROUP 248-879-3100 New Hudson 56849 Grand River, Ste. 12 New Hudson, MI 48165 248-257-5556 Merrick Maris, III Brandon Brown Rich Rossell 586-752-4861 248-257-5556 248-879-3100 [email protected] [email protected] 19 [email protected] January 2016 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 2 Clubhouse Closed 3 4 Clubhouse Committee 7:00 p.m. Yoga 9:30 a.m. 5 Ladies Pinochle 12:30 p.m. 6 Christmas Un-Decorating Party 1 - 3 p.m. 7 Yoga 9:30 a.m. Euchre Club Women’s Club 7:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. Game Night Yoga 6:00 p.m. Youth Group 8 9 14 15 16 Court Liaison 7 - 10 p.m. Comm. 7:00 P.M. 10 11 Herald Comm. 6:30 p.m. 12 Yoga 9:30 a.m. Engineering Comm. 3:00 p.m. 17 18 Board Meeting 7:30 p.m. 24 31 25 13 Ladies Pinochle 12:30 p.m. 19 Ladies Yoga 9:30 a.m. Pinochle 12:30 p.m. 26 Yoga 9:30 a.m. Ladies Pinochle 12:30 p.m. 1 2 Yoga 9:30 a.m. Yoga 9:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. 20 27 28 29 30 4 5 6 Yoga 9:30 a.m. Euchre Club & 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. CLUB HO U S E W IN T ER H OU R S M o n d a y - F r i d a y..........9 : 0 0 a .m. - 9 : 0 0 p .m. Saturday. . . . . . . .. . n o o n - 9 : 0 0 p . m. 23 Yoga 9:30 a.m. & 6:00 p.m. 3 Ladies Pinochle 12:30 p.m. 21 22 Yoga 9:30 a.m. Euchre Club & 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. Su n d a y.............n o o n - 5 p.m.