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New POA Board of Directors Appointment

At the Board of Directors meeting held on October 19, 2020, Debi Hoefer was appointed to fill the seat recently vacated by Rhonda Schaefer.  Rhonda has sold her home in the Evergreen Club, and thus cannot continue to serve on the Board.  The new appointment expires in March 2021, in conjunction with Rhonda’s original term, and the Board thanks Rhonda for her service to the Board and her community.  Below is Debi’s short bio to help you become familiar with the new Board member and her background:

Debi Hoefer, Director
  • Debi spent forty years in the high-tech industry, working in the database design and administration, marketing, and customer education fields.  The last 15 years of her career were spent as Director, Americas Customer Education for a major database and analytics company, leveraging her technical, business, and accounting skills.
  • After retiring in late 2016, Debi served on the Board of Directors of the Literacy Volunteers of South Sarasota County.  She chaired the Compliance Committee of her previous HOA and performed various other volunteer activities for the neighborhood.
  • Debi relocated to Palm City and the Evergreen Club in late 2018 and volunteered to be a part of the Landscape Committee.  She has also maintained the community’s website for the past year and a half.
  • Personal interests include gardening, cooking, reading/writing, computer gaming, and caring for her pups, Koko and Brady.

 

Notice from Crane Watch Club – COVID-19

We would like to inform you that one of our team members tested positive for COVID 19. In observance of HIPAA rules, we will refer to the team member as TME01. TME01 last worked on July 4th. Starting July 5th TME01 took a one week vacation at a popular vacation spot. TME01 contacted the department head at CWC on July 15th informing the manager that they were exhibiting symptoms of COVID 19. Yesterday TME01 informed the department head that they had tested positive.

In an effort to keep Crane Watch as safe as possible, we contacted the CDC directly for guidance and were told that our facility should not be affected since no other team member has displayed any symptoms to date.

The CDC also confirmed the incubation period is between 2 to 14 days and since we are outside the parameters, there should be no cause for concern.

TME01 will be self-quarantining for another two weeks, but cannot come back to work until further tests are taken after the quarantine period, to ensure complete safety.

Furthermore, we procured several Ultraviolet C devices, which are set up around the building to eradicate germs, bacteria, etc. The ultraviolet C devices are activated on a daily basis at the conclusion of business for 40 minutes. Ultraviolet C devices are utilized in hospital settings for the reasons mentioned earlier.

 

Trash Days – Be Kind to Your Neighbors!

As everyone is likely aware, the Evergreen Club enjoys two trash pickups per week, on Tuesdays and Fridays.  Generally, Waste Management does a great job, and the trash is quickly whisked away.  However, the process isn’t perfect and sometimes a bit of trash is left nearby the pickup site.  If this happens to you, please be a good neighbor and pick up the leftovers!  Your neighbors will be most appreciative of trash not blowing into their yards, or worse yet, drawing vermin to the site.  Many thanks!