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Country Club Ridge
Welcome
 
 
“One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn't as individuals. When we pool our strength and share the work and responsibility, we can welcome many people, even those in deep distress, and perhaps help them find self-confidence and inner healing.”
― Jean Vanier, Community And Growth
 
~ Neighborhood News ~
Snow Removal
Posted on Jan 1st, 2017
Marcan Landscaping will be the service provider for snow removal. Snow removal either hand shoveling or plowing, will not be done at less than (2) two inches of snow. At snow falls greater than (2) two inches, show removal will commence once the snowing has stopped. If you have an icy area please utilize the ice melt in each of the courtyards. If the ice melt buckets need to be replenished please contact Custom Management Group 303-752-9644
 
Board Transition
Posted on Nov 18th, 2016
The 2016 annual association meeting brought about changes to the Country Club Ridge Board. The Association said goodbye to Roslyn Greene. A long time member who dedicated her time and service to the CCR community. We are grateful.
With Roslyns departure, the association welcomed Michelle Kuecker to the CCR Board.
To all Board memebers, your continued efforts in make CCR a great place to live! 
 

 
~ Surveys ~
Would you like to join Heather Ridge in the Community Garage Sale in 2017?

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~ Upcoming Events ~
Groundhog Day
Thursday, February 2nd
Groundhog Day History
Groundhog Day marks the midway point between the winter solstice and the vernal equinox.  It is a derivative from the early Christian holiday of Candlemas Day.  The holiday is commemorated when a famous groundhog,  Punxsutawney Phil, emerges from his burrow and looks for his shadow.  The tradition goes that this day, is used to help determine how many weeks of winter might be left.  It is observed every year on February 2nd and was established in 1887.
Groundhog Day Facts & Quotes
In 2016 Pennsylvania's groundhog Punxsutawney Phil, failed to see his shadow, meaning he predicted an early spring.
The Groundhog emerges from his hole after a long winter sleep to look for his shadow.  If it is sunny and he sees his shadow, there will be six more weeks of winter and he returns to his hole. If it is cloudy and he does not see his shadow, he will stay above ground as spring is on its way.
The first Groundhog Day was celebrated on February 2, 1887, in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.  A local newspaper editor, Clymer Freas, convinced his friends-known as the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club, for their love of hunting groundhogs - to visit  Gobbler's Knob. After observing a groundhog emerge from his hole, they determined that seeing his shadow was a bad omen and meant there were at least six more weeks of winter.
Groundhogs, otherwise known as woodchucks, are rodents.  They hibernate throughout the winter.
Turn your face to the sun and the shadows fall behind you. - Maori Proverb.
 
Alpine Waste: Recycling Day
Friday, February 3rd
Please have recycling out separated and ready for pickup
 

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