You are Invited to the
Pinon Pines Community BBQ
Pinon Pines will have its first ever Community Barbecue on Saturday, September 17, from 2 -6 p.m., at the Firehouse on Coldwater Drive. The HOA will supply the bbq meat, you bring a side or dessert to share. Meet your fellow Pinon Pines homeowners and have a fun time. We plan to have a bounce house for the kids (weather-permitting).We are considering having a wine tasting fundraiser booth to help raise money to beautify the Firehouse lot and make it a better place to host such gatherings.
Let us know if you would like to help with the barbecue by contacting Brandon, or phoning/emailing an HOA boardmember (contact info is posted on the Pinon Pines website). More details will be posted on the Pinon Pines website and Facebook page. See you there!!
Results of Annual Meeting & Election June 23
We are happy to announce that HOA president Kevin Lundin, and vice president Laura Raymond, were both re-elected tosecond terms on the HOA board. Members also approved the IRS measure. Congratulations Kevin and Laura!
Community Emergency Response Team
Homeowner Mike Hall, a Kern County reserve deputy, is still interested inorganizing a Piñon Pines Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). CERT volunteers check oncommunity members during emergency situations, and can provide basic first aid if needed.If you are interested in sponsoring the Pinon Pines CERT (approximately $160/per each CERT member), ormost importantly, would like to volunteer to be a CERT member, contact Pinon Pines Manager Brandon Grosh, so he can coordinate with Mike Hall.
Kids are back at school!
As of August 20, the mountain schools are all back in session. There is limited space forparents to park and wait for the bus, so please be cautious and patient during pickup/drop-off times when driving by the mailboxes. The Mountain Enterprise will post the bus routes, so youcan avoid congestion when getting your mail. Also, when the bus has its red lights flashing, youmay not drive past it, or you will get a ticket.
Just a friendly reminder: As per the HOA CC&Rs, trash cans should be putout for collection no sooner than the night before scheduled pick-up. After trash pick-up, , they are to beremoved from the street and put back in an inconspicuouslocation on your property, as soon as possible.