Coyotes increasingly cause
concern in our community.
Our GRF Executive Director Randy Ankeny sent out a memo to Mutual
presidents on Aug. 26 outlining plans to address the issue beyond the basic
steps that have been taken by city, county and state officials.
In the memo, he expressed his regret at the news of shareholder’s pets
being lost and/or injured by alleged coyote incidents.
In response, Mr. Ankeny said, The Golden Rain Foundation has secured the
services of Critter Busters to begin a coyote trapping pilot program. The pilot
program will measure if this action can reduce/control coyotes within our
community. Traps will be placed in various locations upon Trust property
in this coyote control effort.
Mr. Ankeny said he would notify us as soon as he has an exact date for
trapping to begin.
1.The GRF Foundation cannot place traps upon Mutual property.
2.Placement of the traps will be upon Trust Property at locations
determined by Critter Busters.
3.Shareholders are advised to:
a.Stay away from and do not interfere with any traps.
b.Keep dogs on 6-foot leashes – no longer - as required by policy at all
times when outside.
c.Do not allow cats to roam free outside.
d.Do not leave any pet food or food products outside under any
e.Report all coyote sightings.
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This year, your board began tackling our Mutual's problems, needs, and projects quickly. We've fielded an energetic team of seven committee chairs and their committee members plus our new secretary/parliamentarian to work on our Mutual's behalf.
We're taking on everything from timely major infrastructure projects, such as roofing, painting and plumbing to more personal projects such as getting our caregivers registered and ensuring we will be prepared in an emergency.
We also hope to offer a couple of great, social get-togethers, in addition to our recent Mutual 14 picnic.
I'm proud to be part of this team and to support its efforts to the best of my ability.
We hope you will consider visiting at least a couple of our board meetings this year to get a taste of the new, fresh flavor of our community's civic life.
We're here to serve our Mutual and your needs so don't be afraid to give any one of us a call during regular weekly business hours. If you have an emergency at other times, don't hesitate to call me or any of the other board members if I'm not available.
We want to say thanks for this great new website, so ably hosted by Mutual 14 Webmaster Phil Arnold.
And finally, our appreciation goes out to the more than two dozen volunteers who've stepped up to join board committees this year and to our wonderful building captains, the foundation of everything we do.
We are looking for you - MD, DO, RN, LVN, PT, OT, CNA - All of your skills could be useful in case of an emergency. We would like to get together to discuss the role that we might play, then provide Mutual 14 with a personnel resource list for each of our Emergency sheds. If you are willing to be a volunteer or are interested in hearing more of the plan, please call Muriel Luther, 15F (562) 296-8683.
When I was ready to check out and pay for my groceries the cashier said, "Strip down, facing me."
Making a mental note so I could complain to my local police about this running amok security rubbish, I did just as she had instructed.
After the shrieking and hysterical remarks finally subsided, I found out that she was referring to how I should position my debit card.
Nonetheless, I've been asked to shop elsewhere in the future.
They need to make their instructions a little more clear for seniors.
Man, I hate this getting older stuff.
Three immigrants to the U. S. were just mastering the language. One was telling the others about the difficulty they were having in attempting to start a family. He said, "I think my wife must be impregnable."
The second said," that's not the right word, she is inconceivable".
To which the third replied, "You are both wrong she is unbearable."
How do you apply for a job at Hooters? They give you a bra and say, "Here, fill this out."
An Indian walks into a cafe with a shotgun in one hand pulling a male buffalo with the other. He says to the
waiter, "Want coffee."
The waiter says, "Sure, Chief, coming right up." He gets the Indian a tall mug of coffee.
The Indian drinks the coffee down in one gulp, turns and blasts the buffalo with the shotgun, causing parts
of the animal to splatter everywhere, then just walks out. The next morning the Indian returns. He has his
shotgun in one hand pulling another male buffalo with the other. He walks up to the counter and says to the
waiter, "Want coffee."
The waiter says, "Whoa, Tonto! We're still cleaning up your mess From yesterday. What was all that about,
The Indian smiles and proudly says, "Training for position in United States Congress: Come in, drink coffee,
shoot the bull, leave mess for others to clean up, disappear for rest of day."
Couples who have lived together a long time have their own
way of communicating.
A woman overheard her aunt and uncle one day, "What are youlooking for in that closet?" she asked.