Your Vote Matters
Board of Directors
The ORPS election for the Board of Directors ’ va- cant positions is not far away. You should have received your ballot by now and if you have not voted yet, please do so soon. You can help shape the future of our Resort by not only voting for up to four candidates but by voting to uphold or overturn the new 26 - foot minimum rig length. The decision to keep or reject the new 26 - foot rule is an important decision impacting our Resort in the future. There are pros, cons, and support for both upholding and rejecting this rule. For years, many owners have been concerned that new rigs were getting shorter and shorter. Some feel the smaller 24 - foot trailers and vans look out of place and are aesthetically unpleasing. Some have no problem with how they look next to our larger rigs. The 24 - foot class B units are becoming more popular which means we will be seeing more and more of them within the Resort if the rule is overturned. If the rule is upheld, we will be turning away more renters and possible future owners. The bottom line is that we, as owners, have the opportunity to decide what we feel is the best for our Resort by voting. Please research and vote for candidates that will continue to move our Resort forward as one of the most desirable RV destinations in the country. Over the past 5 years, very important changes and improvements have been made that have reduced the number of lots for sale from over 250 to less than a dozen. Sale prices are 2 to 3 times higher than just 6 short years ago. We need Board Members not driven by personal agendas, but ones that have the best interests of the Resort at heart.
Safety & Security
Architecture & Aesthetics
Health & Fitness
6 & 7
8 & 9
Support Our Vendors
16 - 20
Your vote matters!
John Boudin Board President
Frosty Season My first full season at ORPS was impacted by Covid. Operations had to adapt . . . My second full season at ORPS saw the enthusiastic return of Covid - refuge Owners. Operations had to adapt . . . In my third full season at ORPS, we ’ ve had yet to adapt to one of the chilliest ones I have been told. Indoor events have been seen full to overflowing. Operations had to adapt. I congratulate staff and volunteers in the calm way all challenges have been overcome. What will March hold? Even more, challenges to meet, not just weather - related. A budget will have to be adopted, meeting the increased rates of utilities and insurance rates as well as paying a market wage to attract and retain staff. A new Board will be elected, and Operations will have to adapt. I ‘ ve always felt that, while maintaining a professional standard, management must reflect expected changes in how the Resort is administrated knowing that there will be at least three new Board members. Projects to meet the changing needs/desires of the membership need approval. The hiring of key staff for next season is dead ahead. El Saguaro Pool Deck needs immediate attention for next season. Upgrades of current facilities and clubhouse interi- ors must be considered. Operations will have to adapt. I ’ m confident it can . . . just as it has . Ed Vitrano General Manager
Earthquake Drill March 3rd Be on the lookout Friday, March 3rd, for your Emergency Response Team in action. The ERT will be practicing their skills, as a simulated earthquake strikes ORPS at 9 am.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE?
Odds are, it has been a while since any of us took a Driver ’ s Education Course in our respective home state or province. While we enjoy our winter stay here in ORPS, we are bound by the motor vehicle laws of California and any local jurisdiction, whether it be Cathedral City, the City of Palm Springs or anywhere else we drive, outside “ our walls. ” The purpose of this article is drawing your attention to one very important change in the California Motor Vehicle Code (laws) that took effect on January 1, 2023. There were several changes, but this change directly affects the safety of many ORPS residents who bicycle (outside our walls) and all of us while driving a vehicle. Regretfully, this important change barely made the news. Since 2014, motorists in the Golden Bear State must allow at least three feet (one meter) of space when passing someone on a bike. I would hope that we are all aware and practice this existing safe and respectful driving law. Effective January 1, 2023, motorists must also change lanes when overtaking cyclists. Here is an example; you have departed ORPS, and you are heading East on Ramon towards the interstate or a fun evening at the Casino. Since Ramon is two lanes wide, if you are in the right lane approaching (overtaking) a cyclist, you cannot remain in the right lane. You must, when and however practical, move over to the left lane; thereby leaving the right lane empty. The aim of this change in the law is to minimize “ conflict points and the risk of near misses or crashes. In 2020, there were 129 cyclist fatalities in California, with a further 925 riders sustaining serious injuries as a result of a road traffic collision. Please begin to adhere to this one recent change, to avoid a stiff fine or worse, an easily avoidable and preventable collision with a bicyclist. Submitted by Jeff Buchman
The ERT, organized under the Safety and Security Committee, consists of over 30 volunteers. The Team is divided into two groups, Rescue and Medical. There are nurses and firefighters, cops and corporate safety experts on the teams. At Friday ’ s event, Command and Control will be established at La Palma, and Rescue crews will scour the resort for victims. Emergency Medical will set up their treatment stations, and begin to treat incoming patients. Radio and Cell communications will be tested as well. An “ After - Action ” meeting will reveal what went well, and what could be improved in our responses. A special THANK YOU to the over 30 volunteers who make this event happen!
Gatehouse Direct - 760 - 770 - 0065 Remember - IF YOU SEE SOMETHING - SAY SOMETHING
Dan Hannah, Safety & Security Chair
Dr Joseph Scherger. Presented Avoiding and Reversing Chronic Diseases on January 12th. He shared the latest research on why we age and how we can reverse aging and extend life span through nutrition, lifestyle and supplementation. Dr Scherger is one of Coachella ’ s leading physicians. Close to 70 people came out to hear Mr. Scherger. His topic was spot on and enjoyed by many.
As the 2022 - 23 season winds down, I am sure some of you are thinking about making improvements to your lot. It is exciting to see Owners putting their stamp on their lot and making it a place they can enjoy. If you are contemplating improvements before you leave or over the summer, I encourage you to submit your permit(s) as soon as possible. The A&A Committee workload is already quite heavy and our ability to process permits during the summer may take a little longer than normal. Please don ’ t wait until the last minute! Since I was appointed to the A&A Chair position last fall, I have been reviewing the role of the A&A Committee at ORPS as well as the Governing Documents which outline the specifics related to the committee as well as the role of the Compliance Officer here at ORPS. It became quite clear there were specific areas that need to be addressed to bring the actions of the committee back into alignment with the official documents. I have also received a great deal of feedback from the Owners regarding their interactions with the committee. After careful consideration I announced at the February 20 th Board Meeting that the A&A Committee will shift gears and go back to the roles and responsibilities as outlined in Section 7 of the CC&Rs and Section 14 of the A&A Rules. What does this mean for the Owners at ORPS: 1. ALL Compliance issues will be handled by Management and the Compliance Office. You will no longer interact with the Committee or its members when it comes to enforcing the A&A Rules outside of the Permit process. 2. When you submit a permit for approval the committee will come to your lot and review the work you plan on doing. The committee will APPLY the existing Rules specific to the permit. They will no longer be walking around your lot looking for Compliance issues – the focus will be the Permit. I am confident that these changes will make your interactions with the committee much easier. I know there have been challenges and frustration with the process, but I am confident that this approach is what is best for the Resort. Our focus as outlined in the CC&Rs is Aesthetics and Architecture, NOT Compliance. I am very fortunate to have a great team of volunteers on the Committee who are dedicated to doing what is best for the Resort. They are there for you and will help you get your project approved as stress free as possible. We just welcomed Barb Lidstrom as a new member to the Committee and we continue to look for volunteers to join us. If you ’ re interested, please fill out a Committee Interest Form which is available at the Main Office. Steve Farley | email@example.com Board Member and A&A Chair
Unfortunately, due to the high covid cases and illness going through the resort we had to cancel Dr. Brossfiled and the 5 - k walk/run. Just a friendly reminder, with the upswing in covid cases, vaccinated or not, continuing Public Health measures is important to keep COVID - 19 at bay. Follow the healthful tips: • Wash your hands thoroughly • Ventilate and open windows • Avoid large crowds • Cover cough and sneezes • Clean and disinfect regularly • Keep your distance Please make your calendar for March 4th. We will have the Health Fair at La Palma from 9 am to noon. There will be several health vendors for you to come and check out their health services they offer. We will also have the blood drive in the main parking lot next to front
office, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Call ahead to set up appointments.
The Health and Fitness committee are still selling bricks. Leave your legacy at ORPS with a memorable brink on the pathway to fitness out in front of health center. Contact anyone on the committee.
Chavalla Lopez - Bassham, LMT, MMP Health and Fitness Chair
The Team Tennis League plays each Monday and this year we have 4 teams. It's great to see the very competitive tennis matches, and all the spectators that come out to watch and cheer them on. As of this writing, Desert Double Trouble is in the lead.
The Tennis season is in high swing at Outdoor Resort Palm Springs. It's exciting to see all the drop ins and league play, as well as the many spectators. February started with a well attended Fritters and Fun . Triples was the game of the month, and there were many exciting games. The low compression balls, 3 people on a side, rotation after each point, and underhand serving, all make for a very fun and challenging game. Following that fun, Fritters and Mimosas are served, while the Tennis Town Hall is conducted.
Desert Double Trouble
The February Mixer was replaced by the CanAm Games. Thanks to Lucy and Doug Denham for coordinating the Tennis events. Results will be in next month's Oracle.
The March Mixer will be a Wrap Up Tournament and Dinner to celebrate the closing of another successful season. The 2 day event will be held on March 20 & 21. Following play on the first day, Pizza will be served. After the second day of the tournament the Feast of Kinipopo (Hawaiian) will be held. Thanks to Kathy Brown for hosting this event. More info to follow!
Sultans of Swing
Welcome to Becky Vineyard. Becky started offering Tennis drills and instruction at ORPS in January. She is from Yucaipa, but has been in the Coachella Valley for 20 years. She has her Masters in Kinesiology and has been teaching at the College of the Desert for 17 years. Becky often has Eddie Verdugo assist her. Eddie retired from Real Estate. They have worked together as tennis instructors for over 10 years. Becky was ranked #1 in Women over 40 in Southern California, and now is ranked #2 for Women over 60 in Southern California. Becky offers drills at LP on Tuesday at 1:30. To sign up for her clinic, email her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks Becky, for the expertise and fun you bring.
We have been having a great turnout on Sunday's Wednesday's and Friday's practice and tips. If you haven't played yet please come out and join us. Always looking for new players. Don't forget to sign up on Scoreholio ahead of time. It makes things a lot easier for us to start playing on time. Submitted by Carolyn Chanez
Cindy Stoneback, Tennis Communications
red. Congratulations to all the players and the volunteers who manned the bars on the course, served the sandwiches and cookies, and the Quilters for embroidering the winners ’ towels. Speaking of the Quilters, did you know that Mike Schnarr buys 50/50 tickets and never wins, but one Thursday he pledged his winnings to go to the Quilters for their charity Shelter from the Storm. Guess what. He won and donated his winnings to the Quilters! Good on you, Mike
Wow. Has it been busy or what. The Golf Committee has been trying to get more players on the course. Even with the chilly mornings and a few bad days (no thanks to Punxsutaweny Phil), play has increased by 13%. We ’ re trying more shotgun starts after Tuesday and Thursday events to allow more golfers on the course. Golf faster, folks. Then we had a record number of players for the Sweetheart Tournament (320 golf- ers). A special thank you to Virginia Gayken and her aide de camp Allen for organizing the tournament. There are many photos on the Owners ’ Facebook Groups.
“ A ” Net: Michele Power and Brian Whitlock
“ B ” Net: Betty and Bill MCullough “ C ” Net: Tamara and Mickael Collins
Flight “ A ” Gross: Trish Hall and Dean Mortenson
I can ’ t report on Can/Am since this article was
“ B ” Gross: Cindy and Ted Wilson
submitted prior to the event. So stay tuned to see who won. USA! USA! USA! CANADA! CANADA! CANADA! Other tournaments coming up are the Hole In One Tournament and there have been many Holes In One made this season. The Club Championship is going back to a 3 - day tournament. If you make the cut, you get to play on Sunday. These tournaments are for owners only or in - line family. We ’ re also planning another 9 &Wine and of course, the Farewell Tournament on March 25. Time flies when we ’ re all having fun. So stay tuned and read those emails.
“ C ” Gross: Gloria Clements and Jim McClarty
Jane and Frosty Dube won best dressed, but everyone looked great in that sea of
Deanna Joe Golf Secretary
Stater Shack Recap Well, here we are in the middle of yet another busy season here at ORPS. We had a great turnout of 160 couples for the Sweetheart Tournament! It was great fun, good golf and I wanted to give a special THANK YOU to Virginia and Allen Gayken for setting up a
successful tournament. I wanted to remind everyone that with such high demand for daily tee times, that if you scheduled but for some reason can no longer play your slot, PLEASE call the Stater Shack to cancel so we can get another owner or renter on the course. With your play and great care for our beautiful courses, it ’ s imperative to keeping our playing conditions the best. And, if you see one of our golf course maintenance staff, please let them know how much you appreciate their efforts in making our busy course the BEST! Keep filling divot ’ s, raking bunkers and fixing ball marks. Please try to keep the playing conditions better than how you found them.
Play fast - Play fair – Play well! Lou Eiguren, Golf Coordinator
Janice Wald Vicki Condon
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J.R. Frechette Bill McCullough Jan Schoen Mike Delaney Ed Cassinelli Paul Haberman Lori Petersen Nigel Russell Roman Orenchuk Larry Sinnock
Dale Beutler Glen Gordon Janice Wald
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Dennis Rebinsky Bastiaan DeHaas Virginia Gayken Kevin Moerdick
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Bob Murrell Diana Olvera
Colleen Iwanicka Carol Thomson
Dave Barclay Marty Shade Jack Scardina Josh Atkinson Davene Jeffrey Gloria Clements Carol Thomson
Golf Dates to Remember: Friday, March 3 9 & Wine Saturday, March 4 Hole in One
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(Owners only, including family )
Sat & Sun, Mar 11 & 12 Saturday, March 25
Club Championship Farewell Tournament
HAWAIIAN PICKLEBALL TOURNAMENT
Play pickleball and build a poker hand! We had 104 participants! Players with the best poker hands were winners! Lucky winners in the top left photo include (from left to right Mark Kostick, Leo Turko, Ray Evans, Iris Rogawlski, Tom Fraser, Ava Felt, Harold Peters, and Carl Backer. Thanks to Kathy Oedekerk and bracket managers!
Thank you to Colleen Iwanicka and Karen Schaper for their service over the past few years. They are now stepping down and their positions will be filled by Lynn Barry (secretary) and Kristin Rosdal (ambassador coordinator). They join Keith Bassham (president), Gary Oedekerk (vice president), Kyle Ahrberg (treasurer) and Sue Anderson (events).
COURT MAINTENANCE VOLUNTEERS
Thanks to Steve Flood and his eleven volunteers who not only blow the courts every morning, but assist in cleaning courts on the first Sunday of every month. Court lights have been repaired and now shut off at 8:03 PM. Fence guards will be replaced this summer. We are grateful for the time you all donate!
SKILLS AND DRILLS
After Can/AM, skills and drills will return only on Tuesdays from 2:00 – 4:00 PM. A huge thank you to all those who have been on the teaching team this year including Gary Oedekerk, John Boudin, Keith Bassham, Karen Schaper, Margaret Van Veen - Hill, Ron Anderson, Bonny Friesen, Mindy Feldman, Alisia Foyle, Bob Foyle, Steve Unverzagt, Kristin Rosdal, Nick Rosdal, Taunya - Rae Hicks, Dave Feldman, Blondine Loewen, Mark Kostick, and Mike Moore.
We brought our “ A ” game or our “ Eh ” game to the pickleball events of Men ’ s Doubles (Feb 21), Women ’ s Doubles (Feb 22) and Mixed Doubles (Feb 23)! Lunch served on Feb 23.
PROTECTIVE EYEWEAR ON THE COURTS
A reminder to pickleball players about the value of wearing sport glasses on the courts. There are increasing numbers of players receiving eye injuries. Let that not apply to ORPS players. Be safe out there!!
Submitted by Lynn Barry, Pickleball Public Relations
ORPS Family Motor Coach Association, Life is Better With Friends, Especially our ORPS FMCA Friends
Other Upcoming FMCA Events Calendar events • March 7 - March 9 ORPS FMCA On - Site Rally, more details in club newsletters but to include Pickleball and Golf Tournament, Cornhole, Golf Luncheon, Seminars, and our Annual General Meeting • March 28 - 4:30 - 6:30 PM End - of - Season Business Meeting and Dinner La Palma Ballroom. Recent Past Events Off - site Rallies to Lake Havasu Balloon Festival and Quartzite, note the FMCA sticker on the wicker basket. We continued onto the Quartzite RV rally, to take advantage of a HUGE FMCA BENEFIT, the installation of six new Michelin tires, with the FMCA member discount. (Photo Ken Hearn, Secretary)
WHO CAN JOIN ORPS FMCA ? Canadian residences are eligible to join FMCA . You will find local chapter membership applications in both Clubhouses in our wall displays. Please sign up first at www.fmca.com to get your national FMCA ID number. Please direct comments or questions to: Chapter Secretary Ken Hearn Lot 835 email@example.com Membership in the National FMCA is required for membership in our local chapter FMCA ORPS. FMCA National membership is open to all RVers, Motorhomes, 5th Wheels, Travel Trailers, Vans or Truck Campers. as well as commercial businesses that support the RV world. Even owners of permanent rigs can join.
FMCA National Benefits
• FMCAssist Medical Emergency & Travel Assistance Program: • If you are 75 miles or more away from your home - base, in the case of a medical emergency or death, this program will provide a professional driver to transport your RV back to your home - base for FREE. (If you are a Full - Timer...there are no “ mileage ” restrictions from a home base – your RV will be transported from anywhere). This benefit will also transport the incapacitated driver and partner/spouse back to home - base for free; as well as any pets that you may have. In the case of Death, the remains will be transported back to home - base for free. • Tires: Reduced prices on Michelin, GoodYear or Continental Tires for your RV and your tow vehicle and ALL vehicles that you own. • Subscription to monthly magazine: “ Family Rving ” • Discounts on Roadside Assistance Plans (for break - downs). • Discounts on RV & private Auto insurance policies. • Exclusive offer for Wi - Fi plan. • Discounts from RV Tours Companies. NOTE: All of the above benefits cover you wherever you are, whether you are traveling with or without your RV. It covers you when you travel in foreign countries (except in War - torn countries) or are traveling on a cruise. Costs: Annual dues to National FMCA are $50 per year (+$10 first year initiation fee).Go to www.fmca.com to become a National FMCA member.ORPS Chapter FMCA Annual dues are $25 per year and a $12 badge for each new person. FMCA National Indio Many thanks to Marlene Hinson for orchestrating the support teams at the Indio Regional Rally and all those FMCA members who showed up to move tables and chairs on such short notice.
Yogi leading stretching practice preparing for Tour d ’ Palm Springs. 11 ORPS friends rode 34 or 50 miles Ken Hearn
Newer members meet Toni King, an original chapter member, at our Newer Members Orientation Session at La Palma East Room led by Ron Langdon.
Submitted by Ken Hearn, Orps Fmca Secretary
The ORPS Quilters have had a busy season exploring and expressing our creativity through fabric and sewing. Our finished projects are not only beautiful, but they are also useful. We can literally wrap ourselves & our loved ones in our art. Community Service This 2022 - 23 season we have raised over $10,000 through ticket sales for our raffle quilts, our Annual Quilt Show, and our craft sales. All of this is donated to our charity, Shelter From The Storm, the only domestic violence shelter in the valley. This year the theme for the annual Ladies ’ Luncheon was “ Survivor ”, with a tropical theme for the decorations and décor. Thank you to all those attending. The event sold out in 3 days! If you missed this year ’ s event, be sure to get your tickets early next year. One lucky person at each table won a beautiful, hand - crafted “ tropical ” table runner. How cool is that? We collected a playpen full of toys, socks, under- garments, diapers, wipes, gift cards, etc. Thank you everyone for your generous donations and support. We couldn ’ t have done it without you! WOW! We are honored to be a part of such a caring, generous ORPS community. We have made our world a better place. We can ’ t thank you enough. This club is open to everyone. Please drop in and see us or email us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can join our Facebook page by searching for: orps quilters & sewing club
Life is good especially for those of us who are blessed to live at ORPS!!
These are sayings a Pastor friend of mine penned... they are humorous, thoughtful and prod you to think and reflect on them … feel free to use them any time where they have a special purpose!!
"To dwell below with those, we love will be glory; to dwell below with those we know, that ’ s a different story"
"Faith is not receiving from God what we want, but accepting from Gold what He gives."
"When trials come, don't wring your hands—bend your knees ”
"Your free to choose. You're not free not to choose. And you ’ re not free to choose the consequences of your choices. Your choices choose for you." Choose wisely!! "When you were born, you cried and people around you laughed. Make sure when you die, you will laugh and people around you will cry."
"We've been trying to keep up with the Joneses, when we finally catch up, they refinance!"
"Reputation is what others think about you, Character is what God knows about you."
"Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than sitting in the garage will make you a car."
"I've never seen a bride that wasn't beautiful, but I've seen some really close calls!! ”
“ Eternal life is not something you get when you die, it's something you get when you believe."
Hope these short quotes prompted you to think and act on them... come to Chapel and get some more.
March Chapel Speakers/Musicians DON'T MISS ONE – FREE DONUTS FOR ALL • March 5: Huntley Brown, renowned piano player, been with us 3 times a FAVORITE! • March 12 and 19: Larry McCarthy on Pastoral staff of Moody Church Chicago • March 26: Robert Schuler Jr... A powerful speaker every time.... DON'T miss him!
Jim Gwinn, Chaplain 847 - 445 - 0077
THE UKULELE CREW ROCKS DOWNTOWN PALM SPRINGS
All this is fact - not fiction, the truth - not exaggerated, and a recounting of the most awesome musical act to entertain in downtown Palm Springs.
On Thursday, February 16, eighteen strummers from The Ukulele Crew took over the corner of South Palm Canyon and Tahquitz Canyon at VillageFest. It was a fabulous audience who danced, sang along and cheered for every song. There was the America versus Canada song battle, Hokey Pokey crowd dance and the audience favorite, Time Warp . The Crew laughed when the crowd, sometimes 6 - 7 rows deep, rocked out. Classic rock, pop, country and ballads were played. There were little kids and adults dancing in the street and an impromptu happy birthday to twin girls who turned nine. Crew player, Tami Rangel summed it up best, “ Lots to be learned from doing a live performance outside that will make us even better in the future! ” The final Ukulele Crew performance of the season will be Happy Hour on March 4 at ES Clubhouse, 4:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. It features a new and exciting playlist.
Norma Bilben Ann Collins Gregg Cook Rosemarie Ferrante
Ed Newman Colin O ’ Brien Tami Rangel Dave Sabens
Judy Geddes Karen Gross Murray Hales Charles Hare Wendy Henders
Marilyn Sabens Eileen Silvestri The Whalley Family - Erin, Linda, Peter
For more ukulele information and to join next season contact Marilyn at email@example.com
Photos By John Silvestri, ORPS Owners.
When It Rains, It Pours
A sudden rainstorm and thunderous applause brought down the house at Big Star Night, but the Tuesday Tappers, Marilyn Sabens, Valerie Hannah, Sharon Vercaigne and Deanna Joe were prepared. They tap danced to Umbrella , sung by American Idol contestant and Idyllwild resident, Casey Abrams. In brightly polka - dotted raincoats and carrying umbrellas, they avoided getting wet, but lip sync singer Gary Oedekerk got the brunt of the rain shower. All in good fun and the comedic surprise in their act. A big thank you to tap teacher, Janice McDonald.
Owner Marge McDougall ’ s cookies placed in the Riverside County Fair & National Date Festival! One of her cookies won 1st Place, Best of the Division! You can sign up for her Cookie Baking Class at the Lifestyle Office.
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