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Summer fun, here we come

Summer fun, here we come


POOL PARTY Leisure World residents lined up in droves to attend the long-awaited unveiling of the GRF Aquatic Center, which was open for tours May 5. Colorful balloons strung across the pool blew in the breeze as scores of people filed in for a ribboncutting ceremony and surf band concert. GRF President Susan Hopewell joined former GRF President Linda Stone, Recreation Committee Chair Leah

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OC ballot drop box is now operational

OC ballot drop box is now operational


PRIMARY ELECTION All 120 Orange County Registrar’s Ballot Drop Boxes are now open for the upcoming 2022 Statewide Direct Primary Election. Leisure World’s Ballot Drop Box opened May 9 and is now operational. The ballot drop box is located near the GRF Administration Building across from the Amphitheater bus hub. The bright yellow drop box will be open 24 hours a day during the voting

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Firefighters practiced maneuvers in Mutual 15 on May 3

Firefighters practiced maneuvers in Mutual 15 on May 3


OCFA FIRE TRAINING Mutual 15 was the site of battalion training for the Orange County Fire Authority May 3. OCFA Battalion Chief Chuck Fedak briefed crews in the Clubhouse 4 parking lot before the drill began. The goal of the exercise was to train firefighters from nearby stations on Leisure World’s topography and building layout, according to Fedak. Firefighters stationed in Seal Beach,

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Voter participation honors up for grabs

Voter participation honors up for grabs


MUTUAL ELECTION The Mutual with the highest voter turnout will win this year’s coveted “Most Member Participation— Mutual Election” trophy. It will be presented to the president of the winning Mutual at the Presidents’ Council meeting on July 7 at 9 a.m. Last year Mutual 14 won with 73% voter turnout. Mutuals require a quorum to validate their elections. If a shareholder has

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the ground.  It’s been ….

the ground. It’s been ….


the ground. It’s been a perfect storm of setbacks, almost from day one. What started out as a simple pool replaster, redecking and locker room repair immediately mushroomed into a down-tothe- bones facility overhaul. As workers began unpeeling layers of 60-year-old construction in late 2019, they found deteriorated gas lines, corroded electrical wires in broken conduits, cracked sewer lines,

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Senior Resource Focus

Senior Resource Focus


This is one in a series of monthly columns to familiarize LW residents with the vast array of resources available to them. Each article will focus on a topic of interest as researched by Member Resource Liaison Robann Arshat. The goal is to help residents better manage the challenges often associated with aging and to keep people at home and healthy for as long as possible. The following focuses on