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Paseo Villas
P.O. Box 65422
Phoenix, AZ 85082-5422

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Address Paseo Villas
c/o Vision Community Management
16625 S. Desert Foothills Pkwy.
Phoenix, AZ 85048

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Community Manager

Debbie Grosshauser CMCA, AMS

Community Administrator

Katie Sandt

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Shirl Aube

Accounts Receivable Specialist

Cory Christians

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Jen Amundson CMS, AMS

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    Paseo Villas Holiday Drive

    The current members of the Paseo Villas Social committee are Vicki Donhowe, Melanie Fortman, Trish Froderberg, Gloria Ketterl, Patty Laino and Janet Wildeboor. Together they plan, decorate, shop and sometimes help cater our First Friday events. They also conduct a Holiday Drive as our community members annually donate clothes, toys, cash, and gift cards to help those in need. Many thanks to everyone at Paseo Villas who supported this program, and to our Social Committee members for their work on behalf of PV residents as well as to our greater Phoenix area community. Below are some of their comments.

    Recently Patty and I delivered to Harvest Compassion Center a car full of new household items and blankets, new and gently used clothing, a few toys and a check for $790 from PVIA’s Holiday Drive!  The donations were very welcomed by Lori, Director of the Center at Tatum and Thunderbird. It’s one of 3 centers they operate in the area where clients are provided the opportunity to shop for food and clothing, free of all charge, once each month.
    The center is not huge but very orderly, immaculate and welcoming. There’s a check-in area with seating along a sweet jungle wall mural, toys for kids, tv and restroom; clients take their turn to shop in the next room for fresh and canned food, bakery items, dry goods, formula and diapers.  All was neatly arranged on racks. Refrigerated food is located along a long wall, both donated from local grocery stores, as well as purchased from places like St. Mary’s Food Bank where Harvest can buy in bulk at great discount.
    The next room holds new and like-new clothing, purses, shoes, and accessories on shelving, even a donated wedding dress for a new bride! Again, we were very impressed with the cleanliness and care taken to present the items.  The final room holds shiny new toys to be distributed for Christmas, selected from pre-registered lists provided by the families.
    Lori said all staff are volunteers except for herself at the Centers.  Harvest has a special backpack drive in July when school kids can pick out backpacks and school supplies before the start of a new year.  Groups of 5 people can volunteer to help in separating donations and stocking shelves during 2-hour shifts in preparation for this event; Patty and I agreed this could be a fun activity for us to consider for a summer outing.  It’s very rewarding to participate in an effort as this to help others get through a rocky patch in such a hands-on way.
    Thanks to all who donated their time and gifts to make this year so successful once again!  Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
    Patty and Gloria

    Last week, Janet Wildeboor delivered 34 gift cards worth $25 each for a total of $850 to the UMOM New Day Centers.  UMOM provides shelter, services, and affordable housing for people experiencing homelessness, and it is the largest such provider in the state of Arizona.  Their philosophy is: Housing First, as they get the individual or family into a shelter - then they can work on the barriers - unemployment, substance abuse, medical conditions, domestic violence - that caused them to experience homelessness.

    UMOM also distributes clothing, toys, books, school supplies, toiletries and other every day essentials to those in need.  In addition, they provide health care, education and job training.  Another objective is to move people into homes they can afford for the long term.

    They were most grateful for our contribution.

    Notice to Residents

    Paso Villas Residents: It has been noted that some of our neighbors are becoming ill at this time of the year.  A few have tested positive for COVID, and others may have different viral infections.

    Just a reminder that if you are on Medicare, you may receive a free package of COVID test kits once a month from your local pharmacy.

    Committee Meetings

    Architectural and Landscape Committee - 1st Tuesday of the month @ 10:00 am via Zoom

    Community Improvement Committee (CIC) - Thursday, May 19th @ 9:30 am at the Clubhouse. Click Here To View The Agenda.

    Budget Committee - Thursday, May 19th @ 10:00 am at the Clubhouse.

    Upcoming Meetings

    Open Meeting

    Date/Time: Tuesday, June 20, 2023 at 6:00 PM

    Zoom 17
    Phone: +1 (669) 900-6833
    Alt. Phone: +1 (346) 248-7799
    Meeting ID: 818 7207 3541
    Password: (community zip code)

    An executive (closed) session shall follow the open meeting.

    The executive session shall be a closed meeting pursuant to ARS §33-1248/33-1804(A)(3) and (5).

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