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2016 GRF Budget Presentation

September 30, 2015

Click here to view more information regarding the Golden Rain Foundation's 2016 operating budget.

Town Hall Forum

September 29, 2015

The 'Where We Live Club' invites you to attend the Town Hall Forum.  The meeting will take place on Thursday, October 15th at Clubhouse 2 @ 6:30pm.

Thriller Dance Classes & Halloween Party

September 23, 2015

The Company and The Dance Club invite you to take dance classes every Wednesday in Clubhouse 6, Room C.

Both clubs will be hosting a Halloween Dance party on Saturday, October 31st (6-10pm) in Clubhouse 2.

Flu Clinic Service - GAF & Health Care Center

September 22, 2015

Golden Age Foundation Annual Dinner

August 21, 2015

The Golden Age Foundation invites you to their annual dinner on Saturday, October 17th.  The dinner will be held at Clubhouse 2.  Pre-show, starring Ronnie Jayne, starts at 5:45pm and dinner starts at 6:00pm.

Tickets are $25/each.  Please call Joyce Vlaic at (562) 430-3844.  You may also purchase tickets at between 9:00am - 11:00am in the Clubhouse 6 Hospitality Room (Monday-Friday, starting September 14th).

Rock the Boat

August 12, 2015

The Company and The Pure Joy Dance Group invite you to watch 'Rock the Boat!' on Saturday, August 22nd.  The show will start at 8:00pm at the LW Amphitheater.

A Summer Evening at the Amphitheater

July 24, 2015

The Cabaret Entertainers and Suede Sole Dancers invite you to watch 'A Summer Evening at the Amphitheater' on Saturday, August 15th.  The show will start at 8:00pm at the LW Amphitheater.

Fourth of July Classic Car & Craft Show

June 19, 2015

The Silver Fox Club will coordinate a display of vintage vehicles.  A Tri-Tip Barbecue and the Taco Tuesday truck will be provided by Koffel's food service, and Cold Stone Creamtery will be there, too!  Rolling Thunder Golf Cart Club will bring their carts decked out in 4th of July decorations!  Seasoned artisans will be displaying their crafts!  Gina & the Bootleggers will bring on that country music!

GRF Candidate Statements

May 26, 2015

The GRF Representative Candidate Statements have been posted to the website.

Click here to access them.

Updated Monthly Assessment Information

January 22, 2015

On Dec. 19, the GRF Board of Directors approved a reduction in the GRF monthly assessments by $3.15, effective for eleven months commencing Feb. 1.

The week of January 26, shareholders will receive, via U.S. mail under separate cover, a letter that communicates to them the new monthly assessment amount that reflects the Board-approved reduction and new coupon books for those who pay by check. The coupon books will be sent directly to shareholders from the coupon printing vendor and should arrive the first week of February.

Beginning with the February assessment payment, GRF has switched from processing check payments in-house to using a lockbox service. The new remittance address is:

Golden Rain Foundation
PO Box 51996
Los Angeles, CA 90051-6296

If you pay your monthly assessments by check, this new remittance address will be printed on your new coupons. For members who use their bank’s bill payment services, please be sure to change the remittance address and reference the AP number on your check as stated on your new coupons. When using your bank’s bill payment service, please set up your payment having sufficient lead time to ensure your payment is received by the first of each month.

As a reminder, your payments are due on the first of each month and they are considered late if not received by the 15th of the month. Because of the special mailing of new coupons, there will be no late fees assessed in the month of February. Although you may continue using the white payment boxes throughout Leisure World, your payments will be processed much quicker if you send your payments directly to the remittance address above.
- GRF Finance Department

Source of Natural Gas Odors Identified

January 7, 2015

At approximately 3:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, the Security Department received multiple calls from Shareholders complaining about a very strong natural gas odor. The Fire Department was called and upon arrival determined that the petroleum-based odor was coming from offshore drilling or refineries west of Leisure World. The gas odors arrived in waves that generally lasted 10 to 25 minutes.

If in the future you smell gas the first thing you should do is to report it to Security or, if you are an employee, your supervisor. Security or your supervisor will investigate and if needed they will order you to evacuate the building. If the gas odor is coming from offshore drilling or refineries and is strong enough to irritate your eyes or airways it is recommended that you remain indoors while the odor persists.

--Eloy Gomez,
GRF Safety/Emergency


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