Thank you for visiting! On behalf of the Mutual 14 Board of Directors, welcome to our Mutual 14 website. Feel free to explore the many features available on the site.
The purpose of the website is to improve communications and allow residents to quickly and easily find information about the happenings within our Mutual. The site will only be as good as we make it, so please contribute any feedback you think would be helpful and let us know what would make the site more useful to you.
Welcome to our Mutual 14 website. We hope you find it informative and useful.
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.
A woman's work that is never done is the stuff she asks her husband to do.
After 30 years of marriage,
I've finally got my wife
trained so well that I do everything she wants me to.
A psychiatrist on holiday became fascinated by the antics of an apparent simpleton who had set up a sign on the beach which stated "Seagulls for Sale."
"That's why we are needed," he said to his wife. "I think I will humour him."
"How much are the seagulls," asked the psychiatrist.
"Only a fiver each," the jolly hawker replied.
"Okay," said the psychiatrist, "I'll buy one."
The hawker took the $5 note, and pointing skywards said: "That's your one up there."
Co-workers sympathised as my mother complained that her
back was really sore from moving furniture. "Why don't youwait till your husband gets home?" someone asked.
"I could," my mother told the group," but the couch is easier to move if he's not on it."
A well respected surgeon was relaxing on his sofa one evening just after arriving home from work.
As he was tuning into the evening news, the phone rang. The doctor calmly answered it and heard
the familiar voice of a colleague on the other end of the line.
"We need a fourth for poker," said the friend.
"I'll be right over," whispered the doctor.
As he was putting on his coat, his wife asked, "Is it serious?"
"Oh yes, quite serious," said the doctor gravely. "In fact, three doctors are there already"