New Member Welcome

We all extend greetings to our newest member, Linda Essex.  The Membership Committee gave her our formal welcome and orientation October 16th.  Linda now resides on Lot #13.

Linda… Welcome to the best little RV community this side of the Cascades. We’re happy to have you as a neighbor.

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Halloween Bingo – All Invited

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Ham & Bean Dinner October 24th

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A Reminder about Pets…

A reminder about pets…
Lease holders and renters have the same rules regarding pets.
Three is the limit.
They are not allowed to roam freely or to use other lots for their bathroom duties.
The human must be leashed to the animal when off of the lot.
Remember, they are YOUR pets, not your neighbors. Your pet should never be a bother to your neighbor.

One more thing to remind you of, cougar and young cougar have been seen in the park. Your kittens and pups are no match for cougars.

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Lions Coat Drive Extended until Oct 16

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We’ll Miss You Trudy…

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Cougars Spotted in Timber Valley

Cougars have been often spotted in the storage area, but as their numbers increase they are wandering further into the park itself. Just last night, two juveniles where spotted by one of our night walkers.

In the 1960s cougars numbered about 200 state wide. To protect them, hound hunting was outlawed. Now they number 6000 and are being frequently sited in residential areas. There have been attacks on humans in the Springfield area. In our area of Douglas county officials remove 30 cougar a year to lessen attacks on livestock. Officials are considering changing the hunting laws again but in the meantime we must watch out for our pets. The cougar will be attracted to the deer, rabbits and small pets of Timber Valley. They are becoming bolder and unafraid of humans.

If you encounter a cougar, keep calm. Make yourself look as large as possible and back away slowly, keeping the cougar in view, and allowing a clear exit for the cougar. Pick up small pets immediately. Never run or turn your back- sudden movements may provoke an attack.

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Work, Work, Work…

“Please, please, be patient. It wont be much longer.” says park manager, members of the PCM committee, and our hard working volunteers. All of them are working as hard as they can, as often as they can, and as weather and equipment allows. Some of the jobs were well planned and timed but then others were added as emergency situations caused the need for more repairs. All of the workers are very anxious to finish the projects. They are striving to get it all done and cleaned up by years end. They apologize when their work interrupts the members daily life but as one who keeps a close eye on her budget, I thank them all, I will give them the time and space they need. Their endless hours of work go to keep our park beautiful, valuable, desirable to new members and our yearly fees as low as possible.

Thank you, one and all.

By, Helaine Hepworth.

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From the Family of Nusha De Young…

Rick De Young and the family of Timber Valley resident Nusha De Young wish to express their gratitude to all the residents who were able to attend her memorial service in the Timber Valley club house last Friday afternoon. Thanks are also extended to those folks who baked and brought food and made the punch that was offered. It was truly incredible to see approximately 90 people attend the memorial service and have more than enough refreshments, all with less than two days notice!

Pastor Stewart Fowler, soloist Betsii Outland, pianist Helen Schrader and friend Becky Holm all made the memorial service special to all who attended and we thank them for their tributes to Nusha.

Funeral arrangements are being handled by Umpqua Valley Funeral Directors of Roseburg, Oregon and burial will occur with a short service at the Roseburg National Cemetery on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Reverend Stewart Fowler will conduct that service. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests those who wish to do so make donations, in Mabel De Young’s name, to the Roseburg Community Cancer Center or to the American Cancer Society.

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Nusha DeYoung Memorial Service

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