A PRIL 2020
ORACLE Outdoor Resort Palm Springs - the Number One RV Resort in the USA
In This Issue:
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Board Meeting Calendar
General Manager Planning Committee Finance Committee Management Team
Health & Fitness Book Discussion
Lifestyle & Events
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GENERAL MANAGER Wow . .. how time flies . .. especially when one is enjoying oneself! That’s it in a nutshell as to my first 60 days at Outdoor Resort Palm Springs. Your warm welcomes, smiles and waves, but most im- portant, your directions when I was
I know we say this every year, but wow did this season go fast! This was a year of some pretty significant changes. Not the least of which was our General Manager, Clint Atherton, leaving the resort for another opportunity. We then brought in Ed Vitrano as an interim General Manager and hired him as the permanent replacement for Clint. Not to mention we have two new Board members. Welcome Ed, Mike and Bob! I would like to extend a sincere thank you to Dede for four years of dedicated service to the ORPS community. Also, a big thanks to MaryEllen for stepping in to fill the vacancy created by a resignation of a Board Director. Finally, thanks to Ted Wilson for his 5 years of dedicated service on the Board of Directors and Chair of the A&A Committee. With all that we did accomplish this season, there is much more to do. This summer we will be working on updating the Administrative Policies and Procedures, along with working with Ed and his staff to make sure the resort is fully ready for the next season. Including insuring that all of the maintenance issues identified this season are resolved; the kitchen is fully functional, and new laundry equipment installed. So, for now, I say goodbye and I look forward to seeing you all next season. Take care and safe travels.
lost, has been most appreciated! To say the 60 days has been busy is an understatement. Reshaping the budget, organizing and attending Board meetings & hearings have dominated my time and energy but will slow down as I get more familiar with the rhythms of the community. I have met with senior staff both individually and collectively and had an all-hands meeting, which we will do three times a year, to set expectations for the immediate future. I don’t know if you are aware but the tenure ranges from 2.5 weeks to 30 years . . . an impressive range of experience. I found that the team is energetic and willing to fulfill my philosophy of “Ladies and Gentlemen Serving Ladies and Gentlemen.” We live in unique times. With the pandemic we are facing, members are leaving the Resort sooner than in the past and this article might find you already on the road or at your “alternate” home. I hope your trip went well. We’ll be busy this summer getting ready for the next season. I trust when you return to your oasis in the fall/winter that you will find the property refreshed and glistening just as I hope you are. Until then, safe travels Ladies and Gentlemen. Edwin J. Vitrano, GM
Greg Farmer Board President
BOARD MEETINGS, APRIL 2020 BOARD ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETINGS, APRIL 2020
Tuesday, APRIL 7
Health & Fitness
Tuesday, APRIL 7 Saturday, APRIL 4
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Multipurpose Room La Palma Ballroom
VISION STATEMENT We strive to be a premier RV Resort with excellent facilities, amenities and activities creating a positive social culture for all.
OFF SEASON PREPARATION
PLANNING COMMITTEE For the Planning Committee, the 2019-2020 season was a time of transition and less hectic than past seasons. The main reasons for this were the merger of the
A Message from Your Management Team A few simple preparations will help keep your lot free of problems over the summer: 1. Summer temperatures and irrigation trigger rapid growth of weeds and hedges. Ask your landscaper to give your hedges an extra trim right now before you leave. Ask them to monitor your lot over the summer. 2. Group your patio items closely together and cover with Sunbrella or other high-quality furniture covers. Blue tarps from Harbor Freight and Home Depot decompose rapidly in the summer sun and are not reliable. Replace older covers that may rip during high summer winds. 3. Please be reminded that RV covers are limited from March 15 to November 15. 4. Carefully lock RV compartments and dog houses. Secure any bicycles. 5. Do not turn off the breaker that controls your front lot light. Edison charges everyone a minimum monthly fee that covers the cost of the light. 6. Be sure your address, phone and email address is updated with the Association office. 7. We wish you a safe and carefree summer. You are welcome to call the contacts below at any time and request a security and/or compliance check of your lot.
Strategic Planning and Facilities Planning Committees and the commencement of a Strategic Planning process. Having said that, the Committee did develop a couple of smaller projects at the Board’s direction. The dissolution of the two Committees and the formation of the Planning Committee and new Charter were approved at the December 16 Board meeting. There was also a change in leadership, as Chair Doug Folsom resigned in December and a new Chair (myself) and Secretary (Carolyn Candler) were elected. In addition, four new members were appointed to the Committee: Michael Curley, Paul Haberman, Brenda King and Bob Livingston. The Planning Committee developed a new Mission, Vision and Core Values that better reflect the future of the resort and to help guide its management. These were adopted by the Board at the February 27 meeting. The Committee also provided feedback to the Board regarding the membership survey that was distributed on March 6. In January the Board directed the Committee to provide information on two smaller projects: 1) To work with the General Manager for the development of an RFP to remove the existing grass around the west, south and east sides of the Pickleball and Tennis Courts and replace it with pet friendly materials such as decomposed granite (DG) and to replace the grass in the dog area near the Security shack with DG. 2) With assistance from the GM, develop a budget and plan to create a Tennis Center Meeting Area at the La Palma Tennis Courts. Both projects were presented and approved at the March 9 Board meeting. Many thanks to all Committee members – Carolyn Candler, Secretary, Michael Curley, Alice Heuple, Vice Chair, Paul Haberman, Brenda King, Bob Livingston, Sheryl Nelson, Dan O’Melia and Debbie Smith for their enthusiasm and efforts this season. As always, all owners are welcome to attend any Planning Committee meeting to provide your ideas, suggestions and thoughts. Our Committee is dedicated to doing the work that is in the best interest of the resort as we continue to strive to be a premier RV resort. Kathy McCune Chair
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In March the committee worked through several versions of the budget culminating in the joint Board Finance Committee review meeting before the Board meeting on March 23 where the budget was presented for approval. Thank you to all of the committee members during the
year: Howard Berman, Dave Crosswhite, Bill Dietrich, Doug Folsom, Larry Fredella, Doug German, Dave Mueller and Tony Pisto. We had good discussions and broadened our perspectives as we listened to each other. Have a good summer. See you in the fall! Gail Pollock Chair
BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP
Thursday, November 19, 2020 3:30PM Owners’ Lounge American Dirt By Jeanine Cummins
Luca and Lydia, a mother and son, flee Mexico in fear of their lives after her husband has been murdered and his family threatened. As they travel they become two of the undocumented immigrants from Latin America to undertake the dangerous journey to the United States. Washington Post critic Polly Rosenwaike calls American Dirt a “profoundly moving reading experience.” USA Today’s Barbara VanDenburgh calls the book “problematic”. Embroiled in controversy, this book should provoke a lively discussion as its merits and weaknesses are considered. EVERYONE IS WELCOME
CHAVALLA'S HEALTH CORNER Reminder of our two fundamental functional medicine questions: What is too much that may be causing me harm? What is not enough that could be helpful? Right now it is important to remain calm but vigilant. Too much media, worry, fear is not helpful. Not enough sleep, nutritious food, moderate exercise and supportive connection can all impact our immune system. We recommend taking an honest inventory of what you can do to boost your innate immune system. Our bodies are made to protect us in these times. We are resilient creatures. Giving our bodies the support they need to function optimally also gives us something to do right now! Think basics: Minimize alcohol, sugar, processed foods, stress and unnecessary activities. Maximize micronutrients, fresh air, movement and sleep. 2ND 5-K WALK/RUN : Successful and fun! It was so fun to see so many of you out and exercising. On behalf of the Health and Fitness committee and Dog Committee we want to express our thanks for supporting our event. Also a big shout out to the canine Spa and Pet Hotel for donating such awesome gifts that were part of all the prizes we had to giveaway. Dr Brossfield brought in over 100ppl for her topic on brain health in the owners lounge. Awesome topic and well received. HEALTH AND FITNESS FAIR was cancelled due to coronavirus scare. See you all next season!
STEAK FRY Put on by Bob & Michelle Moore and helpers. THANK YOU
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ARE YOU COMING OR GOING???
If you don’t tell us, we won’t know! Owners, please inform the mailroom @ 760-328-3834, ext 255 when you arrive and when you leave.
When Martin Luther was dealing with The Black Death plague, he wrote these wise words that can help inform the way we approach things happening in our world right now: I shall ask God mercifully to protect us. Then I shall fumigate, help purify the air, administer medicine and take it. I shall avoid places and persons where my presence is not needed in order not to become contaminated and thus perchance inflict and pollute others and so cause their death as a result of my negligence. If God should wish to take me, he will surely find me and I have done what he has expected of me and so I am not responsible for either my own death or the death of others. If my neighbor needs me however I shall not avoid place or person but will go freely as stated above. See this is such a God-fearing faith because it is neither brash nor foolhardy and does not tempt God. it’s time to join the ORPS Ukulele group. The new season begins Saturday, November 7 and beginners and skilled players are invited. The beginners’ workshops will be held every Saturday, 12PM-1PM in the West Room of ES. This is followed by group lessons and play for all levels at 1-3:30PM. This season’s group performed for five events: Christmas concert, pickleball Hawaiian party, phase party, 19th Hole, and Resorters’ Choir concert. This is a popular activity so the last time to join will be January 16, 2021. Anyone wanting information or to be added to the email list can contact: Marilyn Sabens at email@example.com. Beginners can start practicing over the summer with free lessons on YouTube from Cynthia Lin. Lessons #1-6 are a great foundation. We look forward to welcoming new players. Luther's Works Volume 43 pg 132 the letter "Whether one may flee from a Deadly Plague" written to Rev. Dr. John Hess. ORPS UKULELE CLUB If you’ve ever wanted to play a musical instrument, make new friends, and perform on stage,
Chapel meets every Sunday at 8:50AM in La Palma Chaplain Jim Gwinn Lot 274 847-445-0077
ALL ARE WELCOME
Thanks for another great year of Chapel. To all who attend it is exciting to gather and praise the Lord, be challenged by the Bible and from speakers and singers who are fabulous and make the Christian life come alive. To those who don't attend there is next season, and you are welcome to join us. We have outstanding speakers/musicians lined up. Worried about the coronavirus? Who isn't? Turn in your Bible to II Chronicles 20: 12 to the end of the chapter. King Jehoshaphat and his nation Judah were surrounded by three invading armies. He calls out to God what shall l do? The answer is somewhat astonishing. 1. Gather all the singers and have them go out ahead of the soldiers singing. Sounds strange, not too effective. 2. Have the people pray. Always effective 3. Tell people what God has done for you and enable them to place their faith in Me. Singing was giving praise by faith to God who enabled them to give praise in the middle of a crisis. Anticipate victory and claim it ahead of time. Praying is always effective and the only way to beseech God’s blessing in times of trouble. People asked how can you be so calm at a time like this? We trust God to give the victory to our nation. Follow these steps and read the Scripture passage. Have a great summer see you next season. Hebrews 11: 6
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Diana Welt Lew Evans
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Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy golfing together and making new golf acquaintances during the season. Seeing golfers having fun is the reward for the members of the committee. We look forward to making more fun next year
Darlene McTaggart Betty McCullough
Dennis Morehen Simone Lapointe Rod Hogevoll
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Thank you to Brenda Goorts, Michelle Moore, Glenda Edwardson and Gail Pollock for your service on the committee. Your passion to support golf
Jane Dube Greg Rose
at the resort is acknowledged and appreciated. Hal Mortenson and Mike Schnarr are carrying on with their second year on the committee. Two additional men and four women will be named to the committee in time for next season. MEN’S CHAMP IS STEPHEN ORNELLAS WOMEN’S CHAMP IS TRISH HALL . BOTH ARE REPEAT CHAMPIONS FROM 2019! B flight winners Fred Hyde & Lori Peterson, and C flight winners John Mullins & Susan Newman. Congratulations to all.
Here’s a few of our HIO Lucky golfers caught on camera … Ken Yochim, Christine Anderson, Betty McCullough, Duane Schram
Since late spring of 2019, 68 Holes In One (HIO) have been reported to the golf committee. Twenty five of those were first HIOs for those players at the resort. Thirty six bag tags were ordered and 19 perpetual plaques were placed on the large plaques in the pool room. Six players chose to engrave a subsequent HIO on an existing bag tag. If you achieve a HIO after the middle of March, please save your scorecard until next fall and the new committee will take care of reporting and ordering. Congratulations to all the "lucky" golfers this year. See you in the fall when maybe you can share the luck??? Golf in the Fall Preliminary discussions in golf meetings in March 2020 identified some potential new events and changes to existing games so next year could be very exciting. Plan to join us then.
Registration for the club championships in golf was slightly higher than in 2019 and 75 players completed the two day event (shortened due to the rain March 12). The rough was as challenging as it has been all winter and the greens had a lovely, quick pace. Well done to everyone who signed up and tested their golf skills under pressure.
Tournament/Events Remington Post, PGA Director Of Golf Men's Club Champion Steve Ornellas
Women's Club Champion Trish Hall
Results Round 1/Round 2/Total
A Flight Men (14 players, $140 pot)
A Flight Women (8 players, $80)
1st Gross - $50 Steve Ornellas 55-52 107 2nd Gross - $20 Brock Leitner 56-56 112 1st Net - $50 Ken Yochim 49-52 101 2nd Net - $20 Hal Mortenson 51-54 115
1st Gross - $40 Trish Hall 57-59 116
1st Net - $40 Virginia Gayken 53-51 104
B Flight Men (21 players, $210 pot)
B Flight Women (12 players, $120)
1st Gross - $50 Fred Hyde 55-58 113 2nd Gross - $40
1st Gross - $40 Lori Peterson 66-59 125 2nd Gross - $20 Eve Neave 63-63 126
Mac Felt 58-62 120 3rd Gross - $20 Roman Orenchuk 61-61 122 1st Net - $50 Duane Schram 46-53 99 Tie 2nd Net $25 each John Neumann 52-49 101 Bob Randall 56-46 101 1st Gross - $50 John Mullins 65-61 126 Tie 2nd Gross - $15 each Dave Keeling 61-66 127 Don Brandon 64-63 127 Tie 1st Net - $30 each Frosty Dube 49-55 104 Allen Reid 50-54 104 C Flight Men (14 players, $140)
1st Net - $40 Judy Mortenson 45-48 93 2nd Net - $20 Christine Anderson 51-48 99
C Flight Women (7 players, $70 pot)
1st Gross - $40 Susan Newman 73-67 140
1st Net - $30 Judy Lentz 51-48 99
TENNIS NEWS FROM ORPS
Our crazy 7.0 65+ team beautiful ladies.
Whew! Another season has come to an end and it didn’t disappoint. From league play, to Top Gun play, to the Horse Races and Mixers, so much fun
tennis and comraderies. I am looking forward to next year as we add more activities to the schedule; a Mixed Top Gun, a Calcutta tournament and a new morning schedule for the 4.0/4.5 team. We would like to thank Don Renoe, our Board liaison, for his advice and overseeing that things at the resort level got completed.
Our Men’s 3.5 team. Swept their last match.
We are also looking forward to our new tennis center. Many thanks to Brian Farrell, John Maysmith, Paul Haberman, Doug Denham, and Kim Krahn, for volunteering to work on this project. It will be beautiful when finished. Our Men’s and Women’s Top Guns were well attended. The Men’s winner was Mike Henry and the Women’s winner was Katie Lind.
Winners/players from Mixers and Horseraces
Hope you have a great summer.
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ORPS PICKLEBALL MANY FUN TOURNAMENTS!!! Since the last ORACLE publication, there have been three fabulously fun tournaments, thanks to the great organization & direction of Kathy Oedekerk. SO
THE VALENTINE TOURNAMENT Congratulations to the following winners! 2.5 category 1) Donna & James Shaw; 2) Mary Carson & Barbara Bartlett; 3) Janie & Bob Mosley. 3.0 category 1) Rae &Kim Smith; 2) Lori & Rick Leitner; 3) Mary-Jo & Mark Appel; 3.5 category 1) Holly Aschenbrenner & Ron Anderson; 2) Kimberly & Chase Ruel; 3) Laurie & Dennis Duncan; 4.0 category 1) Bonny & Gerry Friesen; 2) Mindy Feldman & Dave Crosswhite; Chavalla Lopez Bassham & Gary Oedekerk.
THE CAN-AM TOURNAMENT Great competition representing our two esteemed countries! The winners are: TOTAL MEDALS: USA 18 – CANADA 17
Gold medals: CAN-7; USA – 5 Silver medals: USA – 7; CAN – 5 Bronze medals: USA – 6; CAN – 5
2.5 women’s 1) Tricia Cornies & Donna Shaw (CAN) 2) Barb Griffith & Karen German (USA) 3) Maureen Reininger & Diana Palmer (USA) 3.0 women’s 1) Dawn Barber & Ardis McNeil (CAN) 2) Fran Duffy & Rae Smith (USA) 3) Diane Willkomm & Margaret Dooley (CAN) 3.5 women’s 1) Tobi Perkins & Jill Whitney (USA) 2) Shirley Radtke & Dallas Brock (CAN) 3) Kimberly Rogers & Hannalore Evans (USA) 4.0 women’s 1) Mindy Feldman & Katie Tarabochia (USA) 2) Chavalla Lopez Bassham & Cheri Boudin USA) 3) Alisia Foyle & Karen Shaper (USA) 2.5 men’s 1) Pierre Martineau & James Shaw (CAN); 2) Bob Mosley & Bob Summers (USA); 3.0 men’s 1) Mike Barber & David Xu (CAN); Rick & Brock Leitner (CAN); 3) Tony Michaud & Ian Frew (CAN); 3.5 men’s 1) Steve Flood & Ron Anderson (CAN); 2) Mark Appel & Jerry McIntyre (USA); 3) Claude Picray & Dave Thomson (CAN); 4.0 men’s 1) John Boudin & Dean Tarabochia (USA); 2) Harry Toews & Mark Fisher (CAN); Dave Crosswhite & Steve Stockman (USA). 2.5 mixed 1) James & Donna Shaw (CAN); Hal & Judy Mortensen (CAN); Lori Flood & Pierre Martineau (CAN); 3.0 mixed 1) Bob Foyle & Fran Duffy (USA); 2) Lori & Rick Leitner (CAN); Rae & Kim Smith (USA); 3.5 mixed 1) Brian Goltz & Shirley Radtke (CAN); Tobi Perkins & Scott Peterson (USA); Russ & Marie Baker (USA); 4.0 mixed 1) Katie & Dean Tarabochia (USA); 2) Mindy Feldman & Dan Reiman (USA); 3) Margaret Van Veen & Cory Aschenbrenner (CAN).
ST PATRICK’S DAY TOURNAMENT
And the winners are: 2.5 category 1) Lori Flood & Donna Shaw; 2) Kristin Damazio &James Shaw; 3)Jayne Catling &Bob Mosely; 3.0 category 1) Donna Michaud &Terry Huff; 2) Sylvia Dafoe & Rick Leitner; 3) Connie Huff & Pat McCann; 3.5 category 1) Kimberly Rogers &Brian Wold; 2) Jill Whitney & David Xu; 3) Dawn Williams &Mark Appel; 4.0 category 1) Karen Schaper & Dean Tarabochia; 2) Judy Narduzzi & Dave Crosswhite; 3) Alisia Foyle & Dan Reiman.
Submitted by Lynn Barry
Lifestyle and Events
ORPS’ ACTIVITIES TO BE CONTINUED NEXT SEASON
Beginner Line Dance
1P WR-ES 1P MPR ES 1P MPR ES
Bridge Bridge Bingo Chorus
Friday. 12:30P MPR ES
Wed Tues Thurs Friday
5:45P MPR- ES
Fit for Life
Ice Cream Social
Mon & Wed 1P
Line dancing (easy)
MahJong Ping Pong
Mon &Thurs 6:45P
Mon thru Fri 8A WR ES
Tap - Advance
1P WR ES LP
See you next season with more fun and exciting activites!
Mon thru Fri 9A LP & ES
Yoga Lev 2 Yoga Lev 1 Yoga Lev 2 Zentangle
Wed 10:30 MPR-ES
And Much More! For more info on any of these activities, check with Lifestyles & Entertainment Office
ORPS Family Motor Coach Association APRIL 2020 Welcome Geri Grant –Lot 61; making ORPS FMCA 60 families strong.
ORPS QUILTERS & SEWING CLUB As the season closes, we would like to say we have enjoyed this year very much. We have had lots of laughs and welcomed many new friends to the group. We had the pleasure of hosting the March Ladies’ Luncheon and it turned out to be a wonderful opportunity. “Celebrating Community” allowed us to show off some of our handmade treasures and give a glimpse into the work we do for Shelter From The Storm, Cathedral City Fire Department and Cathedral City Police Department . It is
So, who can be a National and Chapter member of the FMCA? The answer is any ORPS owner or ORPS “long-time renter” with a Motor Coach, towable RV or 5th wheel. You will find applications near the mailroom in El Sagaro and La Palma. National FMCA Benefits include Emergency Medical Assistance as needed, mail forwarding, travel assistance in the event of an issue, discount wireless hotspot, discount tires for your RV or car and a great magazine, just to name a few. The FMCA National parent club dues are $85 first year; $75 thereafter. Annual local dues are $25. New ORPS Chapter members will also need to purchase a name tag, $10 each. You do need a National membership first to join our Chapter at ORPS. www.fmca.com Mar 3-5 ORPS FMCA Chapter Onsite Rally included a Tuesday Rally Welcome Party, Wednesday was a big day: Breakfast, 14 members played Pickleball and Keith Hilmer won the Tournament. 23 members played in our Golf Scramble Tournament. Thursday we had the Open Speaker series, Cocktail Party, Dinner and Annual Business Meeting. Our many volunteers came out and did an outstanding job working together for fun, good competition. We then shared a great evening meal provided by our friends at Bella Roma.
through the generosity of the ORPS community by participating in our raffles, sales and donations, we are able to sponsor these selfless groups. Your kindness generated $180 in cash the day of the event, and greatly needed items for the shelter. Through the money we have raised this season, we were elated to award $4,000 to Angelina Coe, Executive Director, at Shelter from the Storm. We are so grateful to be a part of such a giving community. THANK YOU We also held the drawing for the two raffle quilts. The lucky winners are: Pinwheels – Karen Schaper Sewphistocates – Cathy Cleghorn Congratulations! We wish you all safe travels this summer and good health. We look forward to making many happy memories with you next season. This club is open to everyone. Please drop in and see us or
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FMCA Rally Speaker Series . ORPS resident Jim Leishman , a partner in “Nordhavn” motor-yachts shared his journey: around the world in a 40-foot single engine trawler. ORPS FMCA Annual Meeting at our Rally Dinner recapped a fun season with potluck dinners, bicycling and walking for the Tour-de Palm Springs benefit, Opening Day of Polo in Indio, a Hot Air Balloon “glow” on the Golf Course, a mini off-site Rally/Wine Tasting to Temecula. We welcomed current season’s sixteen new families into our Chapter. We nominated a new Vice President and elected the 2020–2021 Officers of ORPS FMCA . New ORPS FMCA Chapter member benefit A local vendor “ RV Flush ” agreed to a discount if our group scheduled many lots together. We also thank “RV Flush” for providing a 2020 ORPS Rally Door Prize. Danny & Larry got a free tank clean-out service.
Our last event was regrettably postponed to the fall: our Annual Volunteer Appreciation Dinner. Also cancelled was the National FMCA Rally in Tucson Arizona. FMCA ORPS Officers Jeff Buchman , president – (202)-577-6478 - Lot 835 Susanne Strauss , vice pres – (518) 368-8084 Lot 632 Vicki Hilmer , treasurer – (253)-312-0193 - Lot 1082 Ken Hearn , secretary – (610)-573-3747 - Lot 835 email: email@example.com Doug Hibl , ORPS FMCA Nat’l Dir–(209)-480-8971 Lot 99
For any questions; please contact Ken Hearn
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El Saguaro Clubhouse Lifestyle & Events
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