As we approach the Holiday Season, let us be thankful for Mesa Verde as our wonderful home. Let’s do whatever we can to keep it safe and beautiful. Let’s have hope that our local and national leaders will find the right solutions to the many problems they face each day. Finally, let us work together to see peace in this world in the new year.”
Our Board of Directors wishes you a blessed Thanksgiving and a happy holiday season.
See you next year!
Let’s talk a bit about membership, the lifeblood of any association. Over the years, membership levels in MVCI have fluctuated from a high in the 400’s to a low of 86. Right now, we’re at 200. I think we can do much better than that. If you are a current member, thank you. If not, please join us. Regular memberships are $20/year, Platinum $50. For those who hate writing those small checks each year, we offer a Lifetime membership at $500.
Please help us grow. Talk to your neighbors. Annual dues are our only source of revenue to carry out our mission to “Inform, Protect, and Beautify” Mesa Verde.
Membership applications are available on this website; just click the MENU tab at the top of any page.
We’re counting on you-please join us today.
Someone once told me that the best way to start a new venture is to just begin. So, here goes. As your newly elected President, I’ve been thinking of ways to encourage communication between our Board of Directors and our membership. Both ways. So, I decided to begin this new posting, probably monthly. Let’s call it “President’s Corner.” Content will include timely items of interest to our Mesa Verde residents, actions taken or under discussion by our Board, and stuff we haven’t even thought of yet. That’s where you come in. Talk to us. Give us feedback. We want your ideas. We’re here to serve the Mesa Verde community. Go to MENU, find FEEDBACK, and you’ll see the format. We want to hear from you.
Although I was just recently elected, the majority of our current Board of Directors has been together for about two years. At our recent meeting we had a brain storming session to discuss:
1. What have we accomplished so far?
2. Where are we now?
3. Where do we go from here?
Well, we wrote our Mission Statement, “To Inform, Protect, and Beautify Mesa Verde”, we re-wrote and updated our by-laws. We conducted a candidate forum for the last City Council election. We have held two annual meetings for the MVCI membership, featuring CMPD Chief Rob Sharpnack and City Manager Tom Hatch. Our next will be held in March. We have published several newsletters delivered to all residents of Mesa Verde. Hopefully you have read them. And, through the great efforts and talent of our webmaster, Terry Wall, we created this website. It is still a work in progress.
Where are we now? I believe we are in the growing pains stage, trying to decide what we want to be when we grow up.
Where do we go from here? Set goals, develop an action plan, and listen to what you of the Mesa Verde community want from your association. A lot will depend on you and, we need to grow our membership. More on this next issue.
So, friends, just a taste of things to come. As Director Bill Partnoff commented recently, “We have a wonderful community, but we have just scratched the surface of our potential”.
Wednesday, August 16, the Mesa Verde Community Inc. Board of Directors underwent a few changes.
Nearly 20-year Board Member Cindy Brenneman announced it would be her last meeting, that it was time for her to resign but promised not to be a stranger. Cindy is a past President of MVCI and a true servant of the community. We wish you all the best, Cindy!
The Board of Directors of Mesa Verde Community, Inc. is pleased to announce Bob Juneman is the new President of MVCI. Bob says “I believe Mesa Verde is a wonderful place to live, and I hope all our members will join with us to make it even better”.
Bob moved to Mesa Verde in 2004, joined Mesa Verde Community, Inc. and was elected to the Board of MVCI by the General membership in 2016. MVCI Board Members appreciate his willingness to serve our community and recognize his dedication to the mission of MVCI, his leadership abilities and geniality. Thank you and congratulations, Bob!
The Board also welcomes 40 year Mesa Verde resident Dean Marxer, appointed to fill a vacancy when a board member moved away. Dean will serve until the Annual Election General Meeting, at which time he can stand for election by the members in attendance.
The mission of MVCI is “To Inform, Protect and Beautify Mesa Verde” Per MVCI Bylaws the general membership votes for Board Members at the MVCI annual meeting. At a subsequent Board meeting the Board elects officers willing to serve in the various positions. When there is a vacancy on the Board, a member can be appointed to fill the position until the next Election Meeting.
The current Board consists of President Bob Juneman, Vice President Robin Leffler, Secretary Virginia Vargas, Treasurer Carri Lang, and Members at Large Arlene Jones, Billy Partnoff, John Leffler, and Dean Marxer.