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ADOPT A SHOOL NEWS - Miller Estates adopts Central Point Elementary

Miller Estates, a 55 + Manufactured Home Community in Central Point, Oregon, adoped Central Point Elementary School for there "Adopt a School" program. Contributions for the under privileged elementary school children totaled $782.00 from a very caring, very concerned group of senior homeowners. Louise LaFoya, chapter board member, volunteered to head up the program and is directly responsible for talking with the school principal, talking with school teachers, collecting donations, and  finding the lowest prices on school supplies.

 Louise, along with board president Terry Smith, purchased $444.99 worth of school supplies on August, 23rd to be delivered to the Kindergarten class teachers on August 30th. Then, after talking with the teachers on August, 30th, and finding out their future needs for the children, the remaining $337.01 will be spent for additional school supplies.
I am very proud of the Miller Estate homeowners for their generosity, in giving for such a worthy cause.

Miller Estates
Chapter President
Terry Smith

New Members seeking Friends in Bend, OR

Hello, Central Oregon!

A friend and I have just joined MH/OSTA and we would very much like to contact other members and potential members on this side of the mountains, with the intention of forming an informal, or maybe formal, group in central Oregon. We both live in a manufactured home park in Bend. Perhaps we could get together for a BBQ or something. Please contact me at 541-647-1120 evenings only.
Chris and Cathy.

Annual Meeting Scheduled for October 22

Plans are underway for an informative meeting and program this fall. Salem area director, Susan DeLateur, and her committee, have engaged the Elks' Lodge in Keizer for Saturday, October 22.

The business meeting will start at 10 a.m., after coffee and pastries for early birds. The morning session will follow the theme of "Aging in Place."

You will have an opportunity to tell about your Adopt-a-School projects.

 You should also consider bringing your suggestions for possible legislation for an interactive discussion and any questions you have on legal issue in your parks.

Like last year, we'll have a silent auction as a money raiser, so bring your auction baskets and other items to display for bidding on throughout the day. And don't forget your checkbooks!
Register before October 15 and the cost is the same as it has been for the last few years--$20. That includes morning goodies, coffee, lunch, and warm cookies for the ride home.  See the  next OSTA Review for details.