This morning, the Community Association Institute of the Greater Inland Empire (CAI-GRIE) awarded the 2017 Association of the Year Award to Wolf Creek Maintenance Corporation! Board President, Brad Sullivan, and Avalon Management were present at the ceremony to accept the award on behalf of the Association.
Wolf Creek Community Neighborhood Watch Meeting. December 13th 6:30 pm at the Community Center meeting room. Please post if you will be able to attend so I can keep count of numbers. I apologize for the last minute notice but the Temecula PD resources have been stretched due to the Walmart stabbing, car jacking and now the fires. Please make every effort to attend as package theft from the porch, reducing home burglary and safety while holiday shopping will be addressed. If you have had a package taken from your porch in Wolf Creek this holiday season, please send me an e-mail with your name and address to Board1@mywolfcreek.com.
The Wolf Creek office and gym will close at 3pm today and open normal hours Friday morning. Unfortunately our afternoon staff is unable to drive to work due to a large tree that fell across her driveway. Our back up staff lives in Pala and her home and pets are in the path of the fire. She needs to be at home to gather belongings and her animals should she get the evacuation order. I thank everyone for their understanding
Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an international membership organization dedicated to building better communities. CAI has 63 chapters worldwide, one is the Greater Inland Empire (GRIE), which Wolf Creek is a part of.
Every year CAI-GRIE has open nominations for several categories, including Association of the Year. For the third year in a row, Wolf Creek has been nominated for Large Scale Community of the Year and is a finalist for this award.
The Wolf Creek Board of Directors is honored to be nominated again and to have the continued recognition of others in our CAI chapter. We look forward to hearing the results on the 15th of December.