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Green Valley Recreation
Green Valley Recreation
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A place to discuss what's happening with Green Valley Recreation.

 

Profile Photo: GVR's Casa Paloma II pool before COVID-19 restrictions limited capacity.

Banner Photo: Jane Rieger, left, and Kent Blumenthal stand read to return the ball at the opening of the new Pickleball Center. 

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GVR member survey responses

Swimmers enjoy one of Green Valley Recreation's pools. (Green Valley Recreation)
Swimmers enjoy one of Green Valley Recreation's pools. (Green Valley Recreation)

A GVR member survey conducted last year has led to a revision of the organization's mission statement. Assistant Editor Laura Jean Schneider details responses to the 14-question electronic survey with questions on topics including pools, facilities, pickleball, accessibility and the future.

What does GVR do well in terms of facilities and activities it provides for its members and what would you like to see improved or changed? 

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GVR is seeking new legal council

Attorney Wendy Ehrlich leads an informational forum on the GVR Bylaws on Feb. 22. (Green Valley recreation YouTube)
Attorney Wendy Ehrlich leads an informational forum on the GVR Bylaws on Feb. 22. (Green Valley recreation YouTube)

The GVR Board of Directors has directed staff to seek other options for legal counsel for the corporation. Attorney Wendy Ehrlich has offered intermittent services since 2004.

Assistant Editor and reporter Lillian Boyd details the discussions regarding other options for legal counsel that came out of the April 20 Board of Directors and explains what to expect next. 

What are your thoughts on GVR seeking a new attorney?

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Describing the plan

Green Valley Recreation CEO Scott Somers encourages crowd of members gathered at Las Campanas to take ownership of organization's Strategic Plan process. (Lillian Boyd photo)
Green Valley Recreation CEO Scott Somers encourages crowd of members gathered at Las Campanas to take ownership of organization's Strategic Plan process. (Lillian Boyd photo)

Green Valley Recreation CEO Scott Somers answered questions from members at a new event series dubbed “Meet the CEO,” held on Tuesday.

Reporter Lillian Boyd describes how Somers' discussed GVR’s objectives for the next five years based on feedback from members and shares an update from Somers on the former Canoa Hills Golf Course clubhouse.

What do you like most about GVR, and what needs improvement?

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---REMINDER--- GVR Member Rewritten Bylaws Group - Initial Meeting

The initial meeting to rewrite the GVR Bylaws by membership will be held at the East Center Auditorium on April 13, 2022, from 1 – 3:30pm. This first meeting will focus on organizing the group and distributing information to potential members.

All GVR members are welcome and encouraged to participate in this effort. Initial agenda is attached. Ask questions here or send them to memberbylawsGVR@yahoo.com

Looking forward to seeing everyone then.

Chuck