The Spring Nosh, held on June 6 at the lovely home of Judy & Bill Fisher, was another fun and congenial evening. Neighbors brought fabulous dishes and new neighbors made new friends. Last fall, Howard Gershon (President) and the Board had re-named the volunteer appreciation award as the Rich Higgins Award, in honor of our former President and friend.
We broke our own rules and gave this award to a Board member, in appreciation of her tireless efforts on our behalf concerning water and the Northwest Well. Ellen Collins has made this work virtually a full-time job! As she said, “I believe we are well on our way to a resolution with the City, and I continue to hope that this will be resolved soon!”
In addition, CB Bowles made a brief presentation about infrastructure and solicited input on Internet service. Margaret Alexander made a plea for volunteers to finish building the trail along Tano Road for runners and dog walkers. In fact, a group was out in the rain on the following Saturday and finished the job.
Thank you to all who pitched in to create a lovely evening – thanks to those who brought food and wine, those who helped organize parking, and those who helped set up and clean up.