The Annual Meeting of the Governors Village Property Owners Association will be held Nov 29, 2021, 6:30 pm, at Mt. Carmel Baptist Church. Elections for the Board of Directors will occur prior to this meeting and will be announced at that time. Owners will be receiving full details shortly from Towne Properties.
The Nominating Committee has selected four existing board members to stand for election, retaining their existing seats. Three of these individuals were recently elected, and one appointed to fill vacancies on the board, and the Committee wanted to give these devoted volunteers an opportunity to build on the great progress that they have already made in these roles.
Dan Chegash, 3-year term, At-Large Seat
Doug Fein, 3-year term, Forest Seat
Dan Hirschman, 1-year term, Lake Seat
Gerrit Vogel, 3-year term, Townes Seat
The Nominating Committee invites additional nominations. These nominations must be received by Towne Properties at least 30 days prior to the Annual Meeting.
Hello neighbors! We will be having our neighborhood dog swim this Tuesday, September 28th. Feel free to bring your well-behaved dog anytime from 5pm until sunset. Dogs must be supervised by owners at all time and have up to date rabies tags. Only fur friends are allowed in the pool, no humans! :)
The Governors Village Community held a blood drive on May 25th. Over 50 people signed up to support this endeavour.
We will be holding these drives twice a year, one in May the other in September. The Blood Connection brought two Bloodmobiles to process volunteers in a timely manner.
Once again, Michael Barefoot and Tim Manale coordinated the drive working with The Blood Connection to make sure that everything ran smoothly.
Although some volunteers were unable to donate their blood there were several walk-ins to help make up any difference.
It is convenient to have this opportunity within our community. It is a chance to do something good for a small amount of time and effort.
The Blood Drive continued into the afternoon, but these pictures do not include those volunteers who came later. All are heroes or heroines and are commended. Whether you were accepted as a donor or not, we applaud you.
Once upon a time a donor was asked how they felt after donating blood. The expected answer might have been weak or tired. Instead, the donor said “Noble”. Seldom do we have an opportunity to feel this way. We should seize it!
Please enjoy the pictures of this special event. To quote the message on the Bloodmobiles, “Sharing Life. Saving Lives”.