Apr 30



Sent in by a owner on the mountain:

My wife and I were up in the mountain (North Fork Rd) about 2 weeks ago, Saturday/Sunday,  upon arriving home on Sunday, my wife found a tick on her head, a week later she was showing all the signs of Rock Mountain Spotted Fever, we went straight to the doctor, who later confirmed it via blood tests, and was immediately put on antibiotics (Doxycycline) before test confirmation, and has since fully recovered. Please let the members be aware that RMSF is something to not take lightly, as no doctors would have believed us, if we had not brought the tick with us.  RMSF is very difficult to diagnose (a dermatologist diagnosed it as bedbugs – seriously!),  and that is the reason most doctors get it wrong.  If not caught early, it can be fatal.
Please forward this to all members, as it could save lives this year  (as RMSF is pretty rare, but this proves that it is alive and well in our HOA boundaries)


 Time again for Spring Cleanup

This year we will be having the Cleanup on Saturday June 18th – we will be splitting into two groups again this year – one to cut back brush and one to spray thistle.

This year the forestry is going to help us do some spraying of common areas!

Don’t forget there will be a potluck after the clean-up —  Click here for full details!


!!Annual AHOA Meeting!!

We would like to invite you again to the Peterson Dance Hall in Fairview for our 2016 Annual AHOA Meeting!

DATE: Saturday, June 25th
PLACE: Fairview Dance Hall–65 South State St., Fairview, UT
REGISTRATION: 10:00 a.m.
MEETING BEGINS: 11:00 a.m.

Break-out/ Q&A sessions will follow main meeting

Plan to come early to enjoy refreshments
and mingle with all the new owners!

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