OUTDOOR RESORT PALM SPRINGS
2016-2017 BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Amazingly, another season is coming to a close. This year, like others, mark changes to the Resort.
Board of Directors President Brian Canfield Vice President Ted Wilson Secretary Maryellen Muir CFO Allen Gayken Members DeDe Loop Bob Moore Craig Wirch General Manager Clint Atherton Oracle Staff Editor Emeritus Cathy Chauncey Editor Ellen Lynch Assistant Editors Eva Norcross Karen Peterson Sports Editor Sharen Woodgrift Production Staff Louise Knobf Susan Matthew Joanne Nyquist Mary Ann Priddy Margie Sleight Luann Ward Photo Editor
Pickleball has been established and tennis courts 7 & 8 at ES have been identified to be converted for full time pickleball use. In other changes: the ORACLE is moving from a printed version to a digital version; there is elimination of free coffee; and the Convenience Store will be closed next season. For those of you who will be looking for some of the standard store items (toilet paper, tank cleaners, etc.) we will be attempting to carry these items in the Front Office for sale. The other big change coming is the renovation of the ORPS website. The Board created an ad-hoc Marketing Committee and they have spent numerous hours and lots of creative energy working toward improving the marketing of the Resort. This was considered a top priority as it is a window from the outside world into the beautiful community here. Other projects: we will be replacing two badly torn lake liners, sealing some cracks in our streets, getting new freezers and a new dishwasher for the ES kitchen, and various other smaller maintenance projects to make sure the Resort is looking its finest when you return in the fall.
B RIAN C ANFIELD President
C RAIG W IRCH Vice President
M ARYELLEN M UIR Secretary
A LLEN G AYKEN CFO
T ED W ILSON
D E D E L OOP
B OB M OORE
M ARYELLEN M UIR T ED W ILSON B OB M OORE D E D E Loop C RAIG W IRCH A LLEN G AYKEN C RAIG W IRCH
Communications Facilities Planning
Health & Fitness
D E D E Loop T ED W ILSON
L ANDSCAPE Pickleball
M ARYELLEN M UIR
Safety & Security
B OB M OORE B OB M OORE
BOARD OFFICE HOURS Monday – Friday 9AM to 3PM to assist owners with Board issues
IF YOU CHANGE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS, PLEASE INFORM SUSAN OR SANDRA RIGHT AWAY !
Other RV Resorts: The President, General Manager, and the CFO visited with Outdoor Resorts Indio and discussed with their executive team how they were dealing with the problems outlined above. They currently have a Resort fee of $10 per day per Rental Unit, and are moving to $12 this coming year. They recognize the combined challenge of the historical bias towards renting as well as the need to find additional sources of revenues so as to minimize the necessary increases to HOA fees. Resort Fees: After review of all issues, the Board of Directors has voted unanimously to implement a $10 Resort fee replacing the existing $4 Resort fee, effective July 1, 2016. As well, the Board has voted to clarify the Rental arrangements so as to address the current interpretation of the Governing documents that allow many to claim an exemption from Resort fees. Beginning July 1, Renters will pay $10 Resort fee and included with that fee will be access to all ORPS facilities, at no additional charge, with the following exceptions; The Owners’ Lounge and the kitchen facilities at ES and La Palma will remain solely for Owners and their guests. Advance reservation for golf tee times will remain at seven days for Owners while Renters will enjoy a two day advance reservation privilege. Owners will continue to have a one day advance activities ticket purchase before sales are opened to all. During the Board meeting open forum, there was considerable testimony from owners with an equal number speaking in support of or opposed to the increased fee. By necessity, there are many assumptions included in the decision to move forward as outlined. If adjustments must be made after a reasonable amount of data has been accumulated through user experience, the Board reserves the right to make whatever changes may be required.
The Board, Management and the Finance Committee have focused on ORPS financials from several vantage points: Impact on HOA fees of rising expenses and reduced revenue, and, in turn, the impact that increased HOA fees have on potential purchasers;
What alternate sources of Revenue may be available to offset significant increases in HOA fees; The financial impact on ORPS, both this year and looking forward, of lower than forecasted revenues from all sources other than HOA fees; and What other RV Resorts are doing about the economic challenge. HOA Fees: Looking forward, we must accommodate increased employee costs such as Health Care premiums, minimum wage increases, Cost of Living increases, and Contractor increases (no increases at all last year). As well, the Revenue from all other sources, other than HOA fees, are down YTD by $88,072. Our choices were to either have significant increases in HOA fees or remove all items that are subsidized, such as the Convenience Store, free coffee, and the printed copy of the ORACLE. As well, this coming summer we will again close the Satellites from June 1 to September 30. With these reductions, we were able to hold the increase in HOA fees to $4 per month per unit for Operations plus the $3 increase per month per unit (as per existing Board Policy) to Reserve Fund contributions, for a total of a $7 per month per unit increase, bringing next fiscal year monthly HOA fees to a total of $374. Alternate Sources of Revenue: Collectively, we have been looking at ways to charge Renters for the use of Racquet Sport Courts and the Fitness Center. The concept is simple; the Administration of such a plan is not! Additionally, the $4 Resort Fee currently charged to Renters only covers the operational costs of the Front Office reception necessary to accommodate Renters arrivals. The reception desk is staffed 7 days per week. The Resort does not benefit at all financially by the application of the current fee structure. Add to this situation, there are many Renters who manage to avoid paying ANY Resort fee at all! The final challenge is the cost of Renting at ORPS. It is far below the cost of Ownership, hence there is a bias towards Renting which in itself becomes a disincentive to Ownership.
to spread the word, while you are at home this Summer, about Outdoor Resort to your friends, neighbors, RV Club, Tennis Club, Pickleball Club, and Golf Club. Tell them about the amenities, activities,
and friendly people at ORPS. Invite them to visit and consider renting and/or buying a lot.
Owners are our best sales ambassadors for ORPS. Do your part in bringing our wonderful Resort to the
attention of as many people as you can! ORPS Ad Hoc Marketing Committee
COMMUNICATIONS MMI Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything. WE NEED YOU!!!!! Do you tell others about ORPS? It’s time we all give our relatives, friends and neighbors reasons to come and visit. What other place in the valley offers golfing, tennis, pickleball, access to many pools and spas, laundry and trash services, postal facilities, an on-site cafe and beauty shop and weekly activities and dances? As owners, we are the best ambassadors for enticing new owners and renters. Spread your enthusiasm and promote ORPS. We can look forward to a new improved website soon. Look at the various committees at ORPS: Health and Fitness A&A Facilities Planning Golf Activities Landscape Safety and Security Communications See where your interests lie and volunteer. We are al- ways looking for people to help. There is also an Ad Hoc Pets and Marketing Committee. Questions? Contact S USAN M ATTHEW at the Board Office and she will forward your request to the correct chair. If you received a letter about your trees on your lot and assignment of responsibility and have questions, please contact C LINT A THERTON , our General Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org Think about motion-lights on or around your rigs over the summer. Do not turn off your breaker as lights needs to stay on during the summer . See article in the ORACLE that mentions measures lot owners can take to ensure lots and rigs are safe. If you are beside a lot that is not being kept up, contact B ARBARA 760-328-3834 in the office, she will contact the owners. The Advisory vote on Pickleball was passed with a total of 771 ballots, 608 voted YES so pickleball will be an activity in the Resort. The two board members who were voted for the three year terms are: B OB M OORE and C RAIG W IRCH . D EDE L OOP will assume the one year term, left vacant when R ON J ACKSON resigned. J OAN C RAVEN Chair George Bernard Shaw
FACILITIES PLANNING Feel free to share your input at: email@example.com
The Chair would like to thank the Board of Directors for their work in overseeing the best interest of our Resort. The Chair would also like to thank our committee member Volunteers who have worked throughout the season to see that our Resort remains up to date, functional and beautiful. The Facilities Planning Committee has reviewed the capital items submitted to our Committee and prioritized these projects to be addressed within 1 - 2 years and 3 - 8 years. At this time the committee has not made a formal recommendation to proceed with any of the top three projects, as more information is needed in the upcoming months to make responsible infrastructure changes. The committee was specifically requested to work with GM C LINT A THERTON on the ES kitchen update which is a Reserve Fund item. The Kitchen Focus group suggested that much of the current layout in the ES kitchen was working well and did not need major changes. The freezers, refrigerator and dishwasher need to be replaced and countertop repairs will be made. Some of the long range items that need to be addressed in the kitchen are the stove, hood and addition of convection ovens. As reserve funds are limited, this project, and other ES clubhouse and kitchen upgrades have been identified and categorized into phases and will be initiated as funds are available in upcoming years. As always, all owners are welcome to attend any Facility Planning Meeting and we welcome your suggestions, ideas and comments on the state of our facilities. Our goal in the upcoming season is to review all of our facilities and determine if we are staying current with the preferences of our owners and also keeping our five star rating as a premier RV Resort. M ARSHA N ELSON D ICK T OMLIN Co-Chairs
THREE CLUB TOURNAMENT WINNERS!!
Women: A Flight
E VIE N EAVE G ERI G RANT
L AURIE D UNCAN , M ELODY O RENCHUK , M ARILYN S IMON J ANICE F AIRHURST
M URIEL L EFF
B ERNIE C OWLAN
A Flight Low Gross - E D E LIAS / J ERRY M C G EE
Low Net - J OHN M OGEL / R OMAN O RENCHUK
B Flight Low Gross - L YNN B ROWN / R ICHARD M ARCUCCI Low Net - C LIFF A SCHENBRENNER C Flight Low Gross - S TEVE M ARSH / G ARY C ONLEY Low Net - M ATT K ETTLEWELL
PICKLEBALL PLAY IN THE VALLEY
Pickleball tournaments were held at Palm Desert Resort CC & Shadow Mountain CC. ORPS’ Winners in these two tournaments:
R IC M OORE : Gold in Men's’ Doubles G ARY K AUTZ : Bronze in Men's’ Doubles C INDY W ILSON : Gold in Women's’ Doubles Skill E D N EWMAN & D AVE S ABENS : Bronze in Senior Men's’ Doubles G ARY K AUZ : Silver in Men's’ Doubles & Mixed Skill R OLF K LOSS : Silver in Men's Doubles Skill C INDY W ILSON : Gold in Women's’ Doubles Skill Our ORPS residents have represented us well!
CAN PICKLEBALL CLUB NEWS We are thrilled to announce the ORPS owner vote on pickleball was a success! 608 owners, or 81% of all who voted, threw their support behind pickleball as the third major sport at Outdoor Resort! Two contiguous racquet courts will be converted to pickleball, and the Pickleball Club has accepted donations from members totaling $25,000 to make the conversion possible. We are planning on having the courts completed over the summer, for a grand opening in early November. Thank you to all owners who saw the value of a fun, new sport to play in our Resort and to our Board of Directors for making this possible!
Winners in the IMF Senior Games in Palm Desert: Ed Newman, Dave Sabens: GOLD MENS DBLS Bonny and Gerry Friesen: SILVER MXED DBLS Susan Newman: BRONZE MXED DBLS Gary Kautz: SILVER, MENS DBLS,MXD DBS
Tournament Novice Pickleball
First Place Winners
Second Place Winners
PICKLEBALL SCHEDULE FOR APRIL For the month of April, beginner lessons will be discontinued. They will resume in November. All courts will be Open Play starting April 1, until court conversion begins. For more information, contact S TAN or M AUREEN M ILLER -N IELSEN at 760 424-8002 Pickleballchannel.com for skill development videos, human interest stories on new people taking up the sport, bios of up and coming pickleball players. Pickleballtournaments.com check out event brackets in real time on all tournaments around the valley and across the country. Palm Desert Senior Games is listed as ISF Palm Desert Senior Games. Check out the 3.5 and 4.0 event brackets for results for all ORPS players. Go ORPS go! ONLINE PICKLEBALL NEWS There’s lots of news online about the growing sport of pickleball. Check out our club website: http://orpspickleball.wix.com/orpspickleball
Carol Eastlund & Charles Stinton with our tournament organizers Bob & Alisia Foyle
Marie Baker & her son Talon Baker
Bev & Jerry McIntire
First place Gerry & Bonny Friesen Second place Sherry Mindel &
Russ Baker Third place : Bob & Alisia Foyle
ORPS QUILTERS We meet in the West Room Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 9AM to 4:30PM
LOT SALES AND FINANCING POSSIBILITIES The Ad Hoc Committee on Marketing has discussed many areas that would enable Outdoor Resort to move into the future. These include improving our web site, utilizing social media, creating brochures, targeted advertising, expanding the Ambassador’s Program, and video presentations at the front office. The key focus is to increase our visibility and expand into new markets to attract future owners and renters. One newer issue that has developed given the generational change that is occurring here is the need to provide financing options for prospective buyers. This option is not only a marketing tool and increases the pool of buyers, but also creates an additional yield on the investment to the benefit of the Seller or a private party lender. The Committee is exploring this option and will have more information to share with Owners over the next few months.
The ORPS quilters brought the season to an end with Round Robin quilts (a quilt that is made by a group of quilters) which resulted in a creative explosion of skill and artistic talent in each quilter. The LINUS Project was successful with raffles and quilt sales that provided for a donation of significant money and quilts. Classes were held in Tuffet making and Paper Piecing . Many beautiful quilts were created. Overall, a very successful season and we especially thank you for the support you provide in our LINUS Project.
NEEDLECRAFT We meet every Monday 1:30 to 4PM in the East Room We socialize as we work. If you enjoy any kind of needlework, please join us. P HYLLIS P ASHOTE , Lot 402 925 786-4472
The winner of this beautiful quilt in March was M ARGARET S MITH
MAHJONG Meets in the East Room Tuesdays at 1PM For more information call S UE D OTY 916 205-7966 or
Next year consider bringing your sewing machine and join us in making LINUS quilts as well as something for yourself. We have some fabrics available just for LINUS. Happy travels to you all. S ANDY B RIDGES , Lot 784 - Quilting Reporter
Thursdays call M ARTHA C AMPBELL 707 228-0567
TEXAS HOLD’ EM Texas Hold’em continues to grow with events held Monday & Thursday at 6:45PM With a maximum of 50 players, we have experienced sellouts, so show up EARLY.
Come and play or learn to play. It’s addictive!
WEDNESDAYS AT LA PALMA 6:30PM Early Bird Bingo 7PM Regular Bingo Games end around 9PM
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Join us for Happy Hour 4-7PM
Free popcorn, coffee and fun
Paper pack of 10 games $6 Early Bird sheets $1 each Intermission game $1 each Candy & soda pop available See you there!
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C ATHY C HAUNCEY , worked on the ORACLE for 18 years! She was Editor for 13 of those years. She set the high standards for future staff to attain!
Top row L to R: J OANNE N YQUIST 3 years ; M ARY A NN P RIDDY 11 years ; L OUISE K NOBF 7 years ; E VA N ORCROSS 5 years Middle row L to R: L UANN W ARD 3 years ; S USAN M ATTHEW (Board Secretary) 6 years ; M ARGIE S LEIGHT 24 years ; K AREN P ETERSON 19 years Front row L to R: E LLEN L YNCH , Editor , 19 years ; S HAREN W OODGRIFT , Photographer , 8 years
HISTORY OF THE ORACLE In 1991, J EAN S MITH , an owner serving as Activities Chair was the first to suggest a newsletter. She and S HERRY O UTLAW , also an owner, serving as Activities Coordinator, put together a paper called Recreation in Paradise ; soon it became No Name News . They had a contest to name the paper. At that time our Resort went by the title Outdoor Resorts of America - Palm Springs , or ORA-PS for short. J OE & D INNY F RASIER won the contest by tacking CLE onto ORA. H ELEN N AYFACK was the next to take over as Editor. J OHN C HARLES B EAULIEU & S TEVE M ICHAELS , who had one of the first computers in the Resort, helped Helen. In 1993 C ATHY C HAUNCEY joined the team and became Assistant Editor. S HEILA K OENIG & N ANCY W RIGHT also joined. M ARGIE S LEIGHT , Board Secretary at the time, assisted the volunteers. They used their own typewriters and word processors. For years they gathered in the Board Office and put the ORACLE together with a cut and paste session, then taking it to a local printer. In December, 1998, Helen became ill and passed away. Cathy became Editor and started using a computer. In February 1999 we were given a Resort computer and a space in the Board Office. Karen Peterson, Ellen Lynch, Gloria Michaels, Judy DeRanek & Yvonne Ogle joined the team. We had to get out if the Board wanted a private meeting, usually the day before we had to go to print! We soon moved into a stor- age room next door. That’s where we lived two weeks of every month for many years. A few years ago we moved to a room near the fireplace at La Palma that was formerly the Security Office. We have enjoyed having access to it whenever we had free time, even on weekends and evenings. So it is time to say good-bye to the old format and hello to the online version.
We thought this would be a good time to recognize the many volunteers who have worked on the ORACLE through the years…. going back to the first issue and trying to calculate the years served. See below and around this page for the names and the approximate years they volunteered.
Nancy Wright - 12 Mary Ann Priddy - 11 Elizabeth West - 10 Frank Ellis - 10 Sheila Koenig - 10 Steve & Gloria Michels - 10
Sadly the 2015-2016 season has almost come to an end for Outdoor Resort and, equally sad, is this is the last edition of the ORACLE with its current staff. Every month I have good intentions of writing and sending my article in, but as a rule, I am always tardy. The patience of editor E LLEN L YNCH , assistants E VA N ORCROSS and K AREN P ETERSON has been amazing. I must admit I will miss their w here’s your article? I became accustomed to hearing , e ven with this edition. Also, S HAREN W OODGRIFT ’ S attendance at all of the activities events taking hundreds of pictures to be shared by all in the ORACLE . I hope she continues to keep this tradition. The March activities ended in a grand fashion with the Mexican Fiesta , followed by Ron Schmeck ’ s Big Star Night , Abba-Fab Concert, Farewell Dinner and our first Concert in the Park. Thank you to the hosts: Mexican Fiesta C HERYL C OSTA Big Star Night R ON S CHMECK Farewell Dinner T ERRI N OLAN & S HAREN W OODGRIFT Concert in the Park B OB M OORE & J OHN O’C ONNOR It goes without saying , ALL OF THE VOLUNTEERS for these and all other events make them happen. I wish to all of you a safe and healthy summer. Hope to see you in the fall.
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It is hard to believe we are drawing near the end of our winter high season when many will depart for cooler climates and summer homes. As I move around the Resort I see many familiar faces and lots of new faces, which tells me ORPS remains attractive to those who came years ago and to those who have arrived in recent times. What a testament to what this place is and to our collective ability to keep it fresh and attractive for all.
We are experiencing a challenging period with the Canadian dollar being deflated; our older Owners phasing out; and the general economy being stale. This moves us to refresh our attitudes and direction. Recognizing that we are an Ownership Resort, and our financial investment is substantial, we must preserve our advantage of Ownership. It should not be cheaper to rent here as compared to owning. We understand that many Owners were once renters and that will likely continue. Our property values have fallen and there are many lots on the market, which contributes to the downward pressure. We must continue with our philosophy that a differential advantage to Ownership is enhanced. ORPS ranks at the top of the list as a prime RV Resort and Country Club with abounding amenities. We shouldn't discount ourselves or underestimate our value. To improve our marketing, we plan to replace our inadequate website and update it with the latest product and technology that will insure the widest exposure of ORPS to reach far beyond our walls. This website is planned to aid owners in marketing their own lots as well as to assist realtors in doing their work. It will be utilized as a digital newsletter as well. It shall be user friendly and become a hub of activity and attention worthy of this prime property and what it offers. Please use it, enjoy it and share it. Each of us are the best promoters available to push ORPS. I encourage you to join in this effort to reinvigorate our winter paradise, Outdoor Resort Palm Springs! With the election of new Board members we say farewell to S KIP , B ARRY & R ON , a big thank you to each, and welcome new members B OB , C RAIG & D EDE . The members approved Pickleball to be played at ORPS and the details will be worked out to accommodate the rapidly growing racket sport. You also voted favorably to change our CC&R's to allow fifth wheels that are longer than 40 feet and built within RVIA standards to be permitted within our property. During our recent budget setting sessions, the Board cut funds for the printed ORACLE, among other things, which led the editorial staff to disband. We wish to thank them for their years of service and dedication and would ask if others among our membership would be willing to assist with a digital version so that our newsletter may continue in that venue. As you travel, be safe. Enjoy your summer and we look forward to starting the cycle again .
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