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800 S. State St.
Sutherlin, OR 97479
Mon – Fri 9am to 12; 1pm to 5
Office: (541) 459-4465
- Friday, December 8, at 3 pm Social Hour – “TOYS FOR JOY” December 6, 2023
- December 2023 TV Log December 4, 2023
- Caregiving December 3, 2023
- Social Hour Friday December 1 @ 3pm December 1, 2023
- Annual Toy Drive – “TOYS FOR JOY” November 29, 2023
Sunshine Committee Representativefor December... Susie Varner #105 541 941-1506
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About UsThe Timber Valley SKP RV Park is a 206 unit 55+ RV Co-op affiliated with the Escapees RV Club. Each member of the co-op holds a lifetime lease on a large RV lot. When a member is not in the park, that lot can be put into the rental pool so that visiting Escapees members may rent an available lot by the day, week, or month.
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As we approach hot days (say ~90 degrees) at Timber Valley, our electrical usage has to be considered. It’s not how much we use as how much we use at the same time. Anything we can limit from 4PM to … Continue reading
******************************** Jacks & Jills Make-Up Meeting Monday August 14 at 1 pm in the Dining Room at the Clubhouse *********** July Birthday & Anniversary Cake to be served *****************
There will be a memorial service at the clubhouse celebrating the life of Keiki Johnson on Monday, August 7. The service will start at 11:00 a.m. in the dining room.
Everybody loves the circus. Nonstop fun and excitement. Danger too. There’s a good reason the trapeze artists have a safety net. No matter how many years of practice, pain and sweat trying to be one unit, a team, they are … Continue reading
Since losing Ed, then DeDe and finally Dolly, I wasn’t sure I wanted to open my heart to future loss again. I was fine, no dog bowls, toys or dog beds cluttering the house. I still got up to feed … Continue reading
Join us at today’s Social Hour as Timber Valley member Mike Nickel shares his captivating woodworking journey. Delve into the world of craftsmanship as Mike displays and educates us on his intricate woodworking art. Enjoy a glass of wine and … Continue reading
The Board of Directors is calling a Member Workshop to discuss laundry questions Friday June 30 @ 11am. A brief Open Board meeting will follow. –Meeting called for by Jill Goldman, Board Director
A quarter of the garden beds have either been planted or are ready to put lovely plants into. Now is where expertise is needed to keep plants healthy and productive. We vow not to use pesticides, so how do we … Continue reading
–by Fred Prout Sometimes life gets in the way of living. Sometimes stuff gets in the way of other stuff and pushes some of that other stuff aside. For a while, anyway. Sometimes it ain’t all about you, Bucko, so, … Continue reading
Experienced RV travelers know that many RV parks struggle to provide electricity during very hot conditions. Timber Valley is no different. During the recent heat wave, an “Alert Sense” message asked you to run only 1 Air Conditioner. However there … Continue reading
Debbie Hamilton is an employee of the Sutherlin City Office for 20 years. She authored “The Bulletin” as one of her monthly duties. She retired last year and then during her early retirement was convinced to run for the City … Continue reading
The City of Sutherlin Annual Drinking Water Quality Consumer Confidence Report for 2022 is now available. Per law, it is distributed to all members in case anyone is susceptible to chemicals.
Congratulations to Cindy Pierce #104. Graduating from UCC with a 3.78 on Friday! Proud of you Babe, — John Pierce, #104