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Creekside Village Annual Meeting - 2021

  We Zoomed Into 2021 DATE & HOUR: Thursday, February 18, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. PLACE: Via Zoom – Residents were notified of the meeting. BOARD MEMBERS PRESENT: Kathy Anderson, President                            Marilyn Herst, Vice President                           Peggy Noethlich, Secretary                                 Norm Culbert, Treasurer                                 Lee Worthy, Member-at-Large    MINUTES:  Alice Dickey         CALL TO ORDER: President Anderson called the meeting to order at 10:05 a.m.   QUORUM: Alice Dickey stated there was a quorum, 27 in attendance plus 18 proxies for a total of 45.   PRIOR MEETING MINUTES:  Peggy Noethlich made a motion to approve the minutes of the 2020 Annual Meeting, Norm Culbert seconded, all approved, motion passed. PRESIDENT REPORT:  Kathy Anderson said a high priority this year and going forward is keeping everyone informed.  Thanks to Mary Robbins for taking the input from various sources and putting

Spring Babies — Do they Need Your Help?

  Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife , Apr 16, 2020 - Reprinted by Permission Keep Fawns in the Crib Every year we see people who want to “help” fawns left alone in the forest. But, just because baby animals are alone does not mean they need help. Fight the urge to pick up and rescue bedded fawns — you might save their life. Most fawns are not abandoned or orphaned; chances are their mothers are nearby. Fawns are born without scent, so if they remain still, they do not attract carnivores. A doe will often leave her fawn for long periods to feed and rest. She may only return at dawn and dusk to feed her fawn. In fact, fawns instinctively lie low while waiting for their mother to return. Deer may leave their young in odd places like porches or yards. In many cases, a doe may leave her fawn in the same spot for several days, until it is strong enough to move with her. If you encounter someone who has made the mistake of moving a resting fawn, you may still be able to salvage the s

Directors Meeting Minutes - February, 2021

DATE: Thursday, February 18, 2021  PLACE: Via Zoom  -  Residents were notified of the Board meeting and invited to join. BOARD MEMBERS:  Kathy Anderson, President                Marilyn Herst, Vice President               Peggy Noethlich, Secretary               Norm Culbert, Treasurer                Lee Worthy, Member-at-Large MINUTES:  Alice Dickey CALL TO ORDER:  President Anderson called the meeting to order at 8:40 am. QUORUM: Alice Dickey confirmed all 5 Board members were present.   PRIOR MEETING MINUTES: Peggy Noethlich made a motion to approve January Minutes, Lee Worthy seconded, all in favor, motion passed. CORRESPONDENCE:  None FINANCIAL REPORT: Norm Culbert said has almost finished last re-format of financials. CD rates are still below 1%.  Question – how to get new format to homeowners?  BOD will discuss after this meeting. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS: 1.  For the record, items discussed at the February 9 workshop:  Gutter and downspout replacement, Lead: Doug Gra

Creekside Village Newsletter - March, 2021

  Subscribe to receive news from our new website… ! If you are not tired of snow yet…there are some great pictures of our neighborhood in its snowy glory! Have you read Mary McClung’s well written and entertaining article about touring the northeast USA?  Check it our on the website and subscribe so Creekside news get delivered right to your PC! Message from Our President Kathy Anderson: Thanks to all who attended the Annual Homeowners Meeting February 25 and elected a new Board of Directors. This year we say thank you and good-bye to Norm Culbert, who “retired” from service as Treasurer after four challenging years. Don’t worry, though, Norm’s not going anywhere. Rumor has it he will be managing the major maintenance and repair of both the sprinkler/irrigation system and Creekside’s roadways.  At the same time, Creekside welcomes new directors Doug Gray, Marilyn Herst, and Lee Worthy who have stepped up to meet the new challenges we will face in 2021. In addition