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  • Community Garden Efforts – UPDATE

    Spring is in full swing in Sudden Valley!  The presentation given by Denise Champion who is spearheading the Community Garden efforts was chock-full of information.  Hopeful gardeners signed up for a chance to choose a plot in April, and Lakeway gardeners who live here in Sudden Valley offered many helpful tips to assist us in getting our fingernails dirty.   Watch for monthly events to mirror the needs discovered as we dig the first shovelful at the Community Garden. Click more to read about upcoming meetings.  Article by Sue Parsons (Updated Apr. 12, 2010) More…

  • Barn Theatre Presents – The Female Version of “The Odd Couple”

    The Barn Theatre presents “The Odd Couple” from a Female perspective. Directed by Jim Nelson.

    Tickets can be purchased at the door and in the Community Center for Youth & Senior $8 Adults $10.

    Dinner Theatre on 23rd is $24.

    For More information please call360-756-9916.

    Performances are

    April 22,23, 24 starting at   7:30 m         April 25    2:00 pm

    April 30, May 1   7:30 pm                            May 2   2:00 pm

  • New Feature: Movie Review

    The Hurt Locker.  Most of you have heard of it, having won the Academy Award for Best Picture this year, and Best Director, Kathryn Bigelow, plus four other Oscars.

    I am not a War Movie fan, although I loved Band of Brothers.  Something about seeing young men die seems so wasteful and depressing.  Having said that, I am a real fan of The Hurt Locker.  I was intrigued that a woman directed it, and that all my children were amazed by it.   When it was available on DVD I jumped at the chance to see it.

    Grace Shaffner, Communications Committee More…

  • Lakeridge Condo Pool Use Request Denied

    The SVCA board of directors approached  the Lakeridge Condominium Owners’ Association ( LCOA )  to discuss use of the condo pools for swim lessons and potential use for Sudden Valley children during the summer of 2010 .

    After carefully considering the request  of the Sudden Valley Community Association to use their pool for  summer swimming lessons offered through the SVCA recreation department,  the request was  denied due to  considerations of liability and  limiting pool access to their own residents, .

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