MHA UPCOMING EVENTS – Spring/Summer 2012

UPCOMING EVENTS
We will have a park wide ‘garage sale’ June 2nd – this coming Saturday from 8-12 up on the Folsom St. green strip area. Tom Shockcor will be submitting an ad in the the Daily Camera.
Community Garden 1st meeting – June 4/7pm by the east dumpsters/planned garden area – Please join us is you would like to take part in the new Mapleton Community Garden. Bring ideas and designs for our wonderful project. Call Isabel if you would like to participate & can’t make that meeting-303-596-0159.
The ‘dumpster drop/clean-up’ will be the following Saturday, June 9 any and all residents have a chance to let go of what they didn’t sell at the garage sale and/or excess ‘stuff’ in and around their homes. This is in the spirit of the ongoing effort to assist residents in clearing out and cleaning up their lots at no expense to them and provided by the Management. If you have something that is too heavy to move to need help we will have volunteers available that day to assist you or move it for you. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OPPORTUNITY!! It’s FREE! You may also donate items to be picked up – 800-775-VETS. Call Tom Duffy, Onsite Park Manager with questions – 720-314-9862, or email mapletonmanager@gmail.com.
Community Cycles will be in the Park at the laundry room common area on Sunday, July 1st. Get free repairs to your bike! Roll into summer in a healthy Eco friendly style. They will also be taking donated bikes. Of course, donations are always appreciated as well (but not a necessity).
Tree Maintenance by Owner or with Park assistance – ongoing – There have been issues with saplings growing too close to the skirting of home causing problems, as well as dangling and dangerous limbs, and overgrown trees and major weed/brush creating potential fire hazards. Saplings growing within two (2) or so feet of homes need to be removed. PLEASE do an inspection of your lot, see if you have any of these issues and take care of them. It is an ESPECIALLY DRY YEAR for Colorado and we would rather be proactive with fire danger. If you need help with larger limbs, Tom Duffy, Onsite Park Manager can assist you. We will be walking the Park to see where there are areas needing help and you will be contacted if your lot needs attention. Thank you for your help on this.