The last holiday weekend of the summer has passed and it is now September.
All the area schools are back in session, so please be alert for the children at the bus stops and on the roads here in Valle Vista.
Remember, the speed limit on Concho Drive is 35 mph, and the double yellow line means "Do not pass." Let's keep our children safe here in our community.
Valle Vista lost two residents this past week. Lee Palmer passed away here in Kingman, and Bill Ewalt passed away in Arkansas. Condolences go out to Lee's wife, Jean, and Bill's wife, Summer, and their families.
The will be bunco at the Clubhouse on Monday at 7 p.m.
The Valle Vista Library will hold a brown bag book discussion on Monday, Sept. 15, at noon. The book to be discussed will be "The Lovely Bones" by Alice Sebold, and copies are available at the library.
Be sure to plan to attend the 3rd Annual Valle Vista Craft Fair to be held Saturday, Sept. 20, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Valle Vista Community Church. A wide variety of hand-crafted items will be available.
There is still time to sign up for the Kingman Regional Medical Center 21st Annual Charity Golf Tournament for Hospice to be held on Saturday. Call the Pro Shop at 757-8744 for more information.
On Aug. 27, the Men's Club put 26 members on the course and played to a format of 666 numbered holes only.
The results were as follows: First place went to the foursome of Chris Rohm, Mike Rose, Bud McDonald and Len Druian with a net 148. Second place (carded off) saw the team of Dave Collins, Mike Koskinas, Gary Thomas and blind draw Druian shoot a net 152.
Closest to the pin went to McDonald on hole No. 2, Rohm on 7, Don Mumford on 11 and Dave Kelley on 16.