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ElToro June 2010

ElToro June 2010

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RESIDENT MANAGERS/OFFICE
Manager:Teresa Cruz,
Rutherford Investment Co.Office address: 28400 Granada Circle
Phone: 510-783-5535
Office hours: 9-12 and 1:30-4 Monday-Friday.
Rent may be dropped in mail slot in office door (next to laundry room).
Shari andKenny Bachmann, relief managersOn-call for emergencies Sat.-Sun.-Holidays
In an emergency, call 510-783-5535 
.
Call will be directed to a pager.
ORGANIZATIONS
The
Los Rancheros Association
and the
SpanishRanch #1 Ladies Club
are automatically comprised of park residents. There are no dues.
MEETINGS
of the Los Rancheros Association are theFIRSTTHURSDAYof the month at 7:00 p.m.in the Main Clubhouse.
LADIES CLUB
meets the SECOND THURSDAYof eachmonth at 12 NOON in the Main Clubhouse.The
LUNCH BUNCH
meets the THIRDTHURSDAYof each month to go out to lunch atvarious area restaurants.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
meets theSECOND TUESDAY.
BINGO
is the FIRSTand LASTSATURDAYof each month.
MISCELLANEOUS
The Clubhouses are available to residents for private affairs. Contact the Office, 510-783-5535
SWIMMINGPOOL/ HOTTUB
Pool open May-October. Hot Tub open year round.The
POOLROOM
inside Main Clubhouse is available for residents to use. See the office for a key.
COMPLAINTS/SUGGESTIONS/REPORTS
are to be submitted to Park Management inWRITING and must be SIGNED.For any
complaints or suggestions concerning safe-ty, maintenance, replace/repair,
the Executive Boardrequests a copy as well. These also must be in writingand must be signed.
RESIDENT REPORT FORM ONPAGE14.Bus transportation information on page 3
Spanish Ranch #1 Information
ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
President: Dawn Plaskon — 214-2199Vice President: Jeanie Schultz — 784-1997Secretary: Darlene Richardson — 785-8780Treasurer:Kevin Kelly589-8119
ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD
Dave Abreu, Judy Allen-Rogers, Maurice Carcamo,June Christian, Marvin Daley, Jerry Higgins,Ruth Horton, Patty LittleSpanish Ranch I HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATIONmeets the FIRSTTHURSDAYof the monthat 7:00 p.m. in the main clubhouseunless otherwise announced.
The EXECUTIVE BOARD meets theTHIRD WEDNESDAYat 7:00 p.m. in the main clubhouse.
COMMITTEES
Dime Bingo. . . . . . . . . . Lorraine Schmuck — 783-7294HMOA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fran LaTorre887-1509Lunch Bunch. . . . . . . . . . Joy Cunningham — 785-4609
COMMUNITYCONTACTS
Bingo. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ron Gomez, 782-5183N.E.R.T.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dawn Plaskon, 887-2199N’borhood Watch. . . . . . Darlene Richardson, 785-8780Spectrum Meals (Tu&Th). . . . . . Ruth Horton, 732-6671ELTORO — Jeanie Schultz — 784-1997e-mail: eltoro.editor@comcast.netDeadline for all submissions to the El Toro is the10th of each monthfor the following month.WEBMASTERCharles Eldred—PastorEldred@gmail.com
SR-1 Association &Community Contacts
is published monthly by Mobile Home Park Magazines(http://mobilehomeparkmagazines.com/)and distributed by volunteers around the first of themonth. Dates and times of activities are notedon the calendar therein. Special activities will beannounced in the regular pages.Extra copies of the magazine (or replacement copiesif you got missed) are available in the Main Clubhouseafter distribution is complete.
EL TORO MAGAZINE
 
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New SR-1 AssociationOfficers/Board Members
elected May 6, 2010 by the special meeting attendees
President: Dawn PlaskonVice President: Jeanie SchultzSecretary: Darlene RichardsonTreasurer: Kevin KellyBoard Members: Dave Abreu,Judy Allen-Rodgers, Maurice Carcamo,June Christian, Marvin Daley,Jerry Higgins, Ruth Horton, Patty Little
The vision of the new leadership of the associationis to promote the safe, harmonious, and nondiscriminatory community that is themission of the current bylaws.
 Among the initiatives our cooperative team wouldlike to promote are:Conducting resident meetings in a respectfuland civil manner, including restoring open andtransparent operations that promote anatmosphere of courtesy, civility and mutualrespect in treatment of resident concernsMaintaining a respectful relationship withmanagement in communicating and seeking toresolve resident concernsEducating ourselves and park residents aboutlegislation that may impact our communityPromoting community outreach among residentsto ensure that those with special needs canobtain assistance at minimal costSponsoring events for residents that may includeholiday parties, flea markets, and informationalmeetings with outside speakersOther programs suggested by residents and forwhich a functioning committee can be assembled
Join us for
First and Last
Saturdays
of each month,
NOON TO 3:00 P.M.
Snack bar open before playand during breaks
Play sheets and special games sales begin at10 a.m. Coffee is free and doughnuts areavailable at the snackbar for earlybirds.Residents are welcome to stop in forcoffee and/or a bite from the snackbar whichoffers hotdogs (regular or polish), corndogs,nachos, sodas and a variety of snack items.
Note: Your children can be with youexcept during Bingo play, noon to 3 pm.
Ron Gomez, coordinator 782-5183
Volunteer help is appreciated, call Ron for info.
NOTICE
Per state law, no one under the age of 18is allowed in the clubhouse during Bingo
NEW WEBSITE!
for
SPANISH RANCH IRESIDENT INFO
www.spanishranch1.org 
The El Toro and the Bylaws of the Los RancherosAssociation are posted here.
 All the latest! Check it out!
Come to the meeting of the
SR-1Homeowners Association
THURSDAY,
June 3, 2010at 7:00 p.m.
in the main clubhouse.
EVERYBODY THAT LIVES HERE is asked toattend (not just the homeowner).
Next meeting:THURSDAY, July 1, 2010
 
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For some time
,
members of ourNeighborhood Watch Group have observed that trafficon Tampa and Dickens at Ruus School has been extra-ordinarily heavy.As a result we regularly see:Cars double parked in both directions blockingtrafficChildren dropped in an unsafe manner, scram-bling across the street mid-block between carsAdults dropping children off in the middle othe streetAdults walking children across where there isno crosswalkWe are very concerned about the possibility of atragic accident and would like to help prevent that fromhappening if at all possible.Our Hayward Police Department has put out someexcellent flyers about traffic laws for parents andguardians who drive children to school.The school Principal and a parent group are active-ly putting out flyers and taking other measures to tryto help the situation when children are arriving andleaving school.For those of us that do have children to drop off orpick up, we certainly need to follow the rules, be patientand keep our children safe.For those of us that do not have children, it is advis-able to avoid the area during problem hours!
School Hours are as follows:
8:30–3:30 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday8:301:00 WednesdayKindergarten:8 : 30–12:00 and 10:00–2:05 Monday, Tu e s d a y,Thursday and Friday8:30–12:00 Wednesday
Let's make an effort to keep children safe!
Por algún tiempo,
miembros delNeighborhood Watch han observado mucho tráficopesado en las calles; Tampa y Dickens en la EscuelaRuus. Regularmente se observan;• Carros estacionados en doble, bloqueando tráficoen ambas direcciones• Padres dejando a niños en áreas no seguras amitad del bloque ocasionando que los jóvenes andenentre los carrosAdultos dejando a los niños en medio de la calleAdultos llevando a los niños en áreas donde nohay cruce de peatonesEstamos, muy preocupados por la posibilidad detener un accidente trágico en el área. Queremos pre-venir que eso, suceda.El Departamento de Policía ha enviado folletossobre las leyes de tráfico para los padres y guardianesque llevan a niños a la escuela.El director y el grupo de padres han puesto folletosy han tornado otras medidas para remediar la situaciónpara cuando los niños lleguen y se vayan de la escuela.Para todos los que tienen que ir a recoger niños,tenemos que, seguir las; reglas y ser pacientes paramantener a nuestros niños a salvo.Para los que no tienen niños, jes recomendable evi-tar el área durante las horas del problema!
Las horas de la escuela son:
8:30–3:30 lunes, martes, jueves y viernes8:30–1:00 miércolesKindergarten:8:30–12:00 & 10:00–2:05 lunes, martes, jueves yviernes8:30–12:00 miércoles
¡ Vamos a hacer un esfuerzo de mantenerseguros a nuestros niños!
Traffic Safety At Ruus School / Mucho Tråfico
Submitted by Spanish Ranch I Neighborhood Watch Group
Furby Boy (inset) and his human, Shirley,accompanied by the old yellow cat, Lennie,who believes he owns them both, is an entertaining, andathletic, fellow. When he’s ready to take a whiz, he standson his front legs, arches backward and lets fly. It is thedurndest thing. Lennie, generally indifferent to his caninefriend’s antics, is one of several pet cats in the park thataccompany “their” residents on walks.
Photos by Jeanie
“Newspaper Tubes”
currently fashioned from large PVCpipe if younewspaper doesn’t supply one, are used tonotify residents of events via flyers andthe monthly park magazine.
Please call the office and let them know if youneeda tube installed at your home.
783-5535

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