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Weekly News from the Club February 17
February 17th 2017 -

News for the upcoming week and beyond!


 

Bring your own putter and please join us for the annual Indoor Golf Event at HEBGC!
For those who want to compete, there will be a cash entry fee for each 9 holes played.
Prizes will be given to winners and we will also have a raffle!

The event also expands Happy Hour from 2-9pm
Dinner specials will be available (stay tuned for more info)
Dinner reservations start at 4pm.
There will be a cash bar in the Antero Room.


Course I
Assorted local and house cured meats and locally sourced cheeses
Pinot Noir

Course II
Oxtail soup
Louis Jadot Beaujolais

Course III
Dover sole, salmon mousse, watercress sauce
Alace Pinot Gris

Course IV
Amuse Bouche 

Course V
Traditional beef wellington
Prime beef tenderloin, duxelle of mushrooms, grained mustard demi glace assorted accompaniments
Chateau Lassegue Bordeaux

Course VI
Mixed Berry trifle, Mincemeat pie, Poached pear
Riesling

Tickets $80

Tickets On Sale Now!



Our annual Golf Kick-Off Sign-up Night is March 1st, 2017 from 5-7pm in the Antero Room

Enjoy Happy Hour drinks all-night!  Make your dinner reservations now!

Come to sign-up for golf leagues and stay for drinks and giveaways!
There will be giveaways from the Golf Shop every 15 minutes, including free golf, golf accessories and other surprises!

If you have been waiting to purchase your Annual Golf Membership or Reloadable rounds package you may do so that night.
The Golf Shop will be open to make your purchases for the 2017 golf season.




3-Course Dinner Special!

Beer and Cheese Soup

Corned Beef and Cabbage
Boiled Herb Scented Spuds with Bacon

Guinness Stout Chocolate Cake

$16.95
(plus tax and gratuity)
Make your dinner reservation with the Welcome Desk!

Please don't leave doggie waste bags around the community!  Thank You!

We are looking for (2) new Candidates for the Master Board of Directors!
Would you be a good addition to our Board?
Deadline for submissions will be Feb. 24, 2017.
Please contact Wendy Stofa, Community Manager, for information.
720-235-1831 or wstofa@heritageeaglebend.com.


Take advantage of your Friends & Family Discount!
Book your family's next social event with us or tell a friend.
Dates Still Available for 2017!
Contact Jenna Broce at 720-235-1823 or email her at 
jbroce@heritageeaglebend.com



The CAL Spring Term Kickoff is Thurs evening Feb 23 in the Antero room.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and the presentation of TWELVE courses for spring begins at 7 PM.  A cash bar is available in the Eagle's Nest, coffee and refreshments will be served. A link to the complete Registration packet and registration form can be found on the HEBGC website, after resident login, click on Lifestyles/Activities/Center for Active Learning(CAL). 
 
Registration for Spring courses begins Mar 4 at 6 AM and ends Mar 8 at 5 PM.  Please note that the registration fee of $10 per person (cash or check) that must accompany the completed registration form is for the term not per course.

 
Blood Drive
 

Our 1st drive for 2017 is just 1 week away (February 24).  We have 6 whole blood slots available: 9:20, 10:10 (2), 10:40, 11:20 and 12:00.  Please call the Welcome Desk (303-693-7788) or me (303-501-7444) for an appointment, or to be put on the waitlist for any cancelations that will likely occur.  We welcome walk-in donors too!  Please remember to bring your Bonfils Blood Donor card or Drivers License. 
     
Please call me rather than Bonfils if you need to cancel/change your appointment, or, if your prefer to cancel/change your own appointment through Bonfils, please also text or call me about the cancelation or change.  Please do not be a "no-show"!  There will be a drawing for another lucky donor who will receive a certificate for dinner-for-two at the Eagles Nest!  Many thanks from Bonfils and me for your most generous Gifts of Life!

 


SITTING AND STANDING GENTLE YOGA
Meets Monday and Friday from 10:00am – 11:00am
Info – contact Sylvia Schuller at 303-862-5127

 

The Eagle Bend Players Club is excited to begin the process of preparing for the 2017 season by accepting proposals from anyone who has an interest in directing/producing a fall production (musical or play) slated for Monday, September 25 and Tuesday, September 26.   Your presentation should include:  a suggestion for the production (summary of plot, etc.), which also would include how many male and female roles you have.  In addition, some serious detailed thought to a budget which includes:  the cost of your licenses or royalties, and the cost for your scripts (including all that you need, copying or otherwise).  Moreover, your plan for costuming your cast and the monies involved.   This would include any rental costs of specific costumes that you might need.  Thoughts also to what props you want to have and sound effects you need as well as the costs involved.  You need to include your costs for sets and what you plan to do along with any rental equipment such as a spotlight or anything else to make your production successful.  We do have a large number of props and costumes available for your use and can provide you with a list of those items.  
Please submit your written proposal, preferably electronically either in an attached word document or email  to Terry Manassee, Chairman EB Players, terrm13@comcast.net  by March 1, 2017.  You will be asked to come to a meeting with the EB Player Board to present your proposal for consideration.  After hearing the proposals, the Board will go into an executive session to discuss the proposals and make a decision for 2017.  If there are several proposals that sound exciting, one may be chosen for 2017 and we may look at the other for 2018.  

How can you safeguard our community?

•    Recent, tragic attacks in Berlin and around the world serve as critical reminders that we need to be aware of potential threats to our community.

•    Learn to be aware of what terrorism is, what to look for, and what we can do to protect ourselves.

The Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab (CELL) is dedicated to the prevention of terrorism through education and engagement.

Recognizing 8 Signs of Terrorism video narrated by John Elway will show how you can prevent acts of terrorism. 
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Humboldt Room at the Clubhouse
2-4PM
Class size is limited to 40 people

 Please sign up at Welcome Desk.  Don’t miss this important and information event. 

Brought to you by the Emergency Preparedness Committee

HEBGC Cribbage Club
The HEBGC Cribbage Club meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month from 3:00 – 5:00 PM in the Eagle’s Nest. No signup is required and it is free to play. Just drop in and enjoy some drinks, snacks, and socializing with your neighbors. If you are new to cribbage or need a refresher, we will help you with the rules. It is an easy game to learn. Our play dates in February are the 14th and 28th. Special time on February 14th will be 2:00 – 4:00.

If there is a 5th Tuesday in a month, we have a tournament with a $5 entry fee. On January 31 we held our latest event and the winners were:
#1 Mark Williamson  #2 Larry Place  #3 Gary Pollard  #4 Phil Chipouras  #5 Neal Greenhalgh  #6 Lavonn Logelin-Cumro  #7 John Tesmer

Come join us!

If you have any questions or want to get on our email list, contact Larry Place at 303-617-5419 or lj_place@msn.com.

 
Passport to the Arts / Cultural Events

Up-coming Theater events listed below.  Tickets MUST be ordered MONTHS in advance to get the Senior / Group rates, so please sign up and leave a check NOW!

Kinky Boots,  Sun. 26 Mar, 2pm, $63.75
Hal Holbrook – Mark Twain,  1 Apr. 7pm, $65.00
Mama Mia, Sun. 16 Apr. 2pm, $45.00
Secret Garden, Sun 23 Apr. 1:30pm (Stage Theater) $43.95

Sign-ups and checks made out to DCPA in the Cultural Book in the Clubhouse Library. I have to purchase these tickets well in advance to get these prices, so PLEASE sign up early!!
 
Upcoming Day Trip Bus Tours
Your Cultural club / Passport to the Arts will be providing three very interesting bus tours this year beginning with:
Art, Denver Style, 17 Feb (Friday)  Inspirational, fanciful and just plain odd
Bad Boys & Bawdy Girls, 6 March (Monday)  The shady ladies and killer cowboys
Denver Orientation, 17 April (Monday) Think you know the city of Denver?  Think again!
  
The cost for each trip is $28.00 and sign up is in the Cultural Book in the HEB Library.  These tours are open to residents, family, and friends so seats go quickly and payment is required to hold your seat. Details on each trip are in the book as well as a place to leave your checks (MADE OUT TO VALERIE NESS).


Creative Crafters

The group meets in the Craft Room at the Clubhouse every Wednesday afternoon from 1pm to 4pm.
 
If you or someone you know would like to join or ask questions about our Creative Crafters please contact Miki Schmal, mjscogr@gmail.com, Chris Pollard, cmpmail@comcast.net, and Vickie Pervich, mpervich@gmail.com or just stop by in the Craft Room on Wednesday afternoons to see what we are up to!!


 

Dear HEB Baseball and Rockies Fans,
 
Spring is just around the corner!  I am again happy to share the 2017 Colorado Rockies' Seniors Day schedule which includes 18 games with 14 different teams.
**Our group ticket price remains an incredible $10!**
 
Our 18 Rockies' Seniors Day schedule:
 
Sunday, April 23 Giants, 1:10
Thursday, April 27 Nationals, 1:10
Sunday, May 7 Diamondbacks, 1:10
Sunday, May 14 Dodgers, 1:10
Sunday, May 28 Cardinals, 1:10
Thursday, June 22 Diamondbacks, 1:10
Thursday, July 6 Reds 1:10
Sunday, July 9 White Sox 1:10
Wednesday, July 19 Padres 1:10
Sunday, July 23 Pirates, 1:10
Thursday, Aug 3 Mets, 1:10
Thursday, Aug 17 Braves, 1:10
Sunday, Aug 20 Brewers, 1:10
Wednesday, Aug 30 Tigers, 1:10
Monday, Sept 4 Giants, 1:10
Sunday, Sept 17 Padres, 1:10
Wednesday, Sept 27 Marlins, 1:10
Sunday, Oct 1 Dodgers, 1:10
 
Tickets in Sections 144-147, $10 each are located on 3B side
** Our seats in these sections are in the shade.**
 
Please let me hear from you **ASAP by phone or email** with your game selections, questions or suggestions.
Ed McKee 
202.251.6386

 

at Heritage Eagle Bend Golf Club


SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 2017          7am - 12pm

      Interested in Volunteering   
 Contact
                  Medical Coordinators- Carolyn North  (720)870-8989
                                                          Phyllis Matthews  (303)761-7812  
               Non-Medical Coordinators- Sharon Anderson  (303)284-2816
                                                      Barbara Sachetti  (303)917-4379
All Interested Volunteers MUST SIGN UP on the 9 Healthfair Website even if you have been a Volunteer in the past.
You can log into: https://www.9healthfair.org/health-fairs/volunteer/signup

Follow the prompts for completion and establishing an account.
Once your information is entered, this will be sent to the appropriate Coordinator who will then contact you.
Thank you for your interest and support.   
 

 

Contact Waste Connections
If you haven’t already, be sure to contact Waste Connections at 303-288-2100.  They will put you on their call list and you will receive recordings when trash and recycle are delayed due to weather or a holiday.  Thank you!


 



Some of you saw in the Newsletter that there is a Wisconsin Enthusiasts group here at HEBGC.
Are you interested in forming a group from your home state?
If you are, please contact Wendy Stofa, Community Manager, at 720-235-1831.
She will put residents in touch with each other!  Thank you.  

 





OUTDOOR PROJECTS – ARCHITECTURAL SUBMITTALS

 
Many of you have questions this time of year about projects.  Most all outdoor projects need to have an Architectural Submittal form filled out. 
This includes but is not limited to, decks, patios, fences, windows, all concrete projects, railings, fountains, statues, roofs, paint, décor, landscape, trees etc.   
If your Submittal is complete, the AAC who have 45 days to approve, generally will approve in about a week. 
Diane Langley, Assistant Community Manager, in the Admin Office will assist you in making certain your Submittal is complete. 
The required “Neighbor Form” which is part of the submittal package is not for your neighbors to approve or disapprove of your project,
but is to inform them that a project is going on and that you have submitted to the AAC for it.  
The AAC also asks for professional drawings, pictures or information from the contractor that you are using. 
Turning in a partial submittal will delay your project and that is why we work to get your submittal complete prior to turning into the AAC. 
Please let us know if you have questions.  Diane Langley 720-235-1826.  Thank you and good luck on your projects!


VILLAGE BOARD MEMBERS NEEDED:
 
The Village Board is looking for 2 new members to serve on the Board of Directors in April 2017.
 
The work is not hard, but does require you have full physical capabilities in order to walk the properties.
 
If you have a background in construction, landscaping or communication, please come forward.  We are looking for people with those skills who can help.
 
It is imperative you step forward to fill the upcoming 2 vacancies, as the 2 outgoing members will not be running again.
 
If you are interested, please contact either Valerie Ness, Jeff Uscier, or Debbie Calvin on the Board.   You can also obtain a Candidate Application from Diane Langley in the Admin Building at dlangley@heritageeaglebend.com
 



 


KEEP DOORS, WINDOWS, GARAGES LOCKED AND CLOSED
 
Please be advised that you should keep your doors (garage, car, & home) and windows closed and locked.  We have noticed that many are left open throughout the community and heard about recent theft activity.  Items can be stolen when you are in the backyard or even when you are in your home.  We send notices to residents that have left their garage doors open from the HOA.  The Aurora Police Department has asked us to remind you leaving your garage open leaves your garage items and your home itself at risk.  Also being certain to close and lock up your home when you leave.  Thank you. 

REMINDER REGARDING GOLF CARTS

Only those with proper Driver’s Licenses can drive a golf cart in HEBGC.  Letting your grandchild drive may seem like a fun thing but it is dangerous to them and to our other residents.  We get calls from residents who see this occurring.  Please be safe!  Thank you!

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New Homeowners and Residents who have moved from one home to another in HEBGC be sure to contact Diane Langley, Assistant Community Manager,
at 720-235-1826 to set up your required New Homeowner Orientation.
This is required for our Age Restriction and is a great way for you to learn about our community.



LOGGING ON TO THE WEBSITE

Much information is found on the Resident-Only side of the Website. 
If you are refinancing or selling, it will be required of you to obtain the HEBGC Community Financials and Guidelines that are on the Resident-Only side. 
If you are new to the community there is a great deal of information there that will be helpful to you.  Don’t wait.  Get logged on today! 
Call Jeff Lambert at 720-235-1857 x157 or email him the username and password you would like to use.

If you are submitting E-Blast articles, please email them directly to Jeff Lambert:

jlambert@heritageeaglebend.com
If you have photos or a video link you want included as well please send that along to him in the email (5 Photos Max)

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