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El Toro May 2012

El Toro May 2012

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RESIDENT MANAGERS/OFFICEManager: Teresa Cruz,
Rutherford Investment Co.
Ofce address: 28400 Granada Circle
Phone: 510-783-5535
Ofce hours: 9-12 and 1:30-4 Monday-Friday.
Rent may be dropped in mail slot in ofce door
(next to laundry room).
Jeffrey Stoops, Assistant Manager On-call for emergencies Sat.-Sun.-Holidays
In an emergency, call 510-783-5535
.
Call will be directed to pager (510-312-0277).
 
ORGANIZATIONS
The
Spanish Ranch #1 Association
and the
Spanish
Ranch #1 Ladies Club
are automatically comprisedof park residents. There are no dues.
MEETINGS
of the Association Board are the FIRSTTHURSDAY at 7:00 p.m. in the Main Clubhouse.
 
Residents welcome.
LADIES CLUB
meets the SECOND THURSDAY of eachmonth at 12 NOON in the Main Clubhouse.
The
LUNCH BUNCH
meets the THIRDTHURSDAY of each month to go out to lunch atvarious area restaurants.
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
meets the SECOND TUESDAYof alternate months at 7:00 p.m. in the clubhouse
BINGO
is the FIRST and LAST SATURDAYof each month.
MISCELLANEOUS
The Clubhouses are available to residents for private affairs. Contact the Ofce, 510-783-5535
SWIMMING POOL / HOT TUB
Pool open May-October. Hot Tub open year round.
The
POOL ROOM
inside Main Clubhouse is availablefor residents to use. See the ofce for a key.
COMPLAINTS/SUGGESTIONS/REPORTS
are to be submitted to Park Management inWRITING and must be SIGNED.For any
complaints or suggestions concerningsafety, maintenance, replace/repair,
notify theExecutive Board as well. This may be done throughthe website at www.spanishranch1.org,
 
RESIDENT SUGGESTION/COMPLAINT FORM ON PAGE 14.
Bus transportation information on page 15.
Spanish Ranch #1 Information
ASSOCIATION OFFICERS
President: Patty Smith — 784-0105Vice President: Dawn Plaskon — 887-2199Secretary: Jeanie Schultz — 784-1997Treasurer: Peggy Nichols — 782-8950
ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE BOARD
Marvin Daley — 783-0360Clint Dean — 266-0979Brenda Glover — Jerry Higgins — 410-6893Barbara Sacks — 783-8176Spanish Ranch I Association Officers andExecutive Board Members meet the FIRST THURSDAYof the month at 7:00 p.m. in the main clubhouseunless otherwise announced.ALL RESIDENTS WELCOME
 
Annual Membership Meeting held each April.
COMMITTEES
Dime Bingo
..........
Lorraine Schmuck, 783-7294HMOA
..................................
OpenLunch Bunch
...............
Ruth Horton, 732-6671
COMMUNITY CONTACT CHAIRPERSONS
Bingo
......................
Ron Gomez, 782-5183
 
Neighborhood Watch
....
Peggy Nichols, 782-8950N.E.R.T.
..................
Dawn Plaskon, 887-2199
 
EL TORO — Jeanie Schultz — 784-1997
 
e-mail: eltoro.editor@comcast.netDeadline for all submissions to the El Toro is the
 
10th of each month for the following month.WEBMASTER: Rev. Charles Eldred
 
webmaster@spanishranch1.org
SR-1 Association & Community Contacts
is published monthly by Mobile Home ParkMagazines and distributed by volunteers around the
rst of the month. Dates and times of activities arenoted on the calendar therein. Special activities will beannounced in the regular pages.Extra copies of the magazine (or replacement
 
copies if you got missed) are available in the MainClubhouse after distribution is complete.
EL TORO MAGAZINE
 
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Letters to the Editor are welcomeon any subject. Send to:eltoro.editor@comcast.net.
(You MUST sign your name butwe won’t use it if you so request.)
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
 You like to eat, right?
Join the Lunch Bunch
Come join our group of park womenas we visit area restaurants.You’ll get acquainted with some great gals! 
 
LUNCH BUNCH SCHEDULE
The Lunch Bunch meets on the thirdTHURSDAY (unless otherwise announced) of eachmonth at 12 noon. All are welcome to join us as we visitarea restaurants. Call Wilma, 397-5701, to get on the list.
2012
May 17 Applebees, HaywardJune 21 Panera, HaywardJuly 19 Olive Garden, Hayward
Questions, Ruth, 732-6671 or Myrtle, 786-1182
COFFEE
is
available in theClubhouse daily during
 
regular ofce hours forresidents of Spanish Ranch 1.
ATTENTION!
Soliciting donations or work,door-to-door sales of anykind, door-knob hanging or distributing ads or flyers byentities outside the park is
PROHIBITED!
DON’T let anyoneinto your home!
TELL the intruders that soliciting is not allowedand if they do not leave the park immediately,call the police! Then report them to the office.
Help keep our residents safe!
PULL THEWEEDS NOW!
If you do it now while the ground issoftened up from the rains, they’llcome right out, probably roots and all- no problem. Don’t wait until they area BIG problem—DO IT NOW! And, f’r pete’s sake, get them before they goto seed and spread to other yards!
WELCOME TO OURNEW OFFICERS!
Patty Smith,
President 
Dawn Plaskon,
Vice President 
Jeanie Schultz,
Secretary 
Peggy Nichols,
Treasurer Executive Board 
Marvin DaleyClint DeanBrenda GloverJerry HigginsBarbara Sacks
Residents are welcomeat the meeting of the
SR1 Association Board
THURSDAY,
 May 3, 20127:00 p.m.
in the main clubhouse
T
he Executive Board meetson the first Thursday of eachmonth.Residents are invited to attend.
A special meeting will be called anytime there is a need to gather parkresidents for anythingother than routine business.
 
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Join us for
BINGO
First and Last
Saturdays of each month,
NOON TO 3:00 P.M.
Snack bar open before play and during breaksserving nachos, hot dogs, sodas, snacks.
Ron Gomez, coordinator 782-5183
Volunteer help is appreciated, call Ron for info.
NOTICE
Per state law, no one under the age of 18 is allowed in theclubhouse during Bingo
“THE POWER OF FOUR”
As a mobilehome owner how important is it toyou to be a voter in the upcoming election?
Your votes elect the City Council members!
Our “rent control ordinance” was voted intoexistence by the Hayward City Council.A simple majority of 4 votes at any city councilmeeting can take away from us part, or all of our “Rent Control Ordinance”.How important is it to you as a voter in the up-coming election to vote for the candidates thatHMOA has endorsed as mobilehome friendly?
Very important!To keep informed, attend the next HMOA meet
-
ing on May 19th at the Hayward Mobile Country
Club,
1200 W. Winton Ave. For more informationcall Roger Schaufler at 785-8283.
MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
Our next meeting will be held on
SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2012
AT 10 A. M. AT
HAYWARD MOBILE COUNTRY CLUB1200 W. Winton Avenue
We sincerely hope that you will be able to join us.
AS PARKING IS LIMITED, PLEASE CONSIDER CAR POOLING
Upcoming meetings:
Biannual Election!!!
September 15, 2012 — Eden GardensNovember 17, 2012 — Pueblo Springs
“Newspaper Tubes”
 
currently fashioned from large PVC pipe if your newspaper doesn’t supply one, are used tonotify residents of events via flyers andthe monthly park magazine.Please call the office if you need a tube
 
installed at your home. 783-5535
SR-1 Helping Hand
Are weeds, rubbish, or overgrown plants on your lot a cause for concern? Is your home inneed of sprucing up with washing or painting?
We’re here to help!
Give us a call, and we’ll seewhat our team can do toextend a helping hand. Callus, or park management, toschedule a lot assessment.510-274-1771 (Assn msg);Marvin 783-0360.

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