Farewell to GM, Mitch Waterman

Mitch Waterman has served as the General Manager for Sudden Valley since September of 2014, and is passing the torch to new GM, Joe Acla on Wednesday, January 23rd. Please join us in El Agave at 5:30pm on that evening to wish him farewell, and to thank him for his years of service to Sudden Valley. All Community Members are welcome!

Fireside Chat w/Dept of Wildlife, Fish and Game 1/15/2019

Sudden Valley has a wide assortment of native wild life (bears, mountain lions, racoons, deer, birds of prey, etc.) that call our valley home, and we get the joy of living among them.  They are more abundant than most know or understand, and to a major extent, we live quite harmoniously with them in our forested environment.  However, this presents a unique challenge for both people and critters. Our local Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Game Wardens (Ryan Valentine and Dave Jones) would like to discuss the ways we can all successfully coexist with our wildlife neighbors. Recent concerns that have been expressed by some Members sparked the idea to invite our local Game Warden to the Valley to talk with us about our wild life neighbors.   The Wardens, along with Wildlife Biologist Robert Waddell, are scheduled to host a fire side chat on January 15th at 6:00 pm in the Dance Barn.  Requests for specific information that you would like the Wardens to address should be directed to norm@suddenvalley.com.
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Wildlife Educational Presentation

Sudden Valley has a wide assortment of native wild life (bears, mountain lions, raccoons, deer, birds of prey, etc.) that call our valley home, and we get the joy of living among them.  They are more abundant than most know or understand, and to a major extent, we live quite harmoniously with them in our forested environment.  However, this presents a unique challenge for both people and critters. Our local Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Game Wardens (Ryan Valentine and Dave Jones) would like to discuss the ways we can all successfully coexist with our wildlife neighbors.

Recent concerns that have been expressed by some Members sparked the idea to invite our local Game Warden to the Valley to talk with us about our wild life neighbors.   The Wardens, along with Wildlife Biologist Robert Waddell, are scheduled to host a fire side chat on January 15th at 6:00 pm in the Dance Barn.  Requests for specific information that you would like the Wardens to address should be directed to norm@suddenvalley.com.

Association & Community Support for Federal Employees Who Are SVCA Members During Shutdown

The Association is offering all SVCA members who are Federal employees/retirees deferred dues payments without penalty due to the Government shutdown. 

Members interested are asked to contact the Association Accounting Department to set up deferred payments in order to remain in good standing.

In addition, the Community Cupboard is available to members needing food and household supplies: please call or text 360-399-6059 to set up an appointment.