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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2019

Touch-ATruck & Fall Festival...see page 3

MC Believe in Education 5K & Fun Run ...see page 3

2019 Board Elections & Budget Workshops ...see page 27

7650 Town Square Way Reno, NV 89523

Somersett Owners Association

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S EPTEMBER/OCTOB E R 2 0 1 9 Somersett Owners Association The Club at Town Center 7650 Town Square Way Reno, Nevada 89523 775-787-4500 soa@mysomersett.com | www.somersett.net Clubhouse Hours Monday – Friday: 5:30 am to 9 pm Saturday – Sunday: 7 am to 9 pm Beginning Oct. 6, Sunday hours will be 7 am to 7 pm

What’s Inside... Somersett...It’s great to be home!

Whether you are a resident or just live nearby, Somersett has so much to offer the entire Reno community. Get the latest SOA news, delivered to your inbox!

Association Hours Monday–Friday: 8 am to 5 pm The SOA office will be CLOSED on Labor Day, Sept. 2

VISIT OUR WEBSITE TO SIGN UP!

Somersett.net/newsletter-sign-up

Staff Directory Tracy Carter Community Manager x332 tracy.carter@fsresidential.com Bernadette Rodas Assistant Community Manager x310 bernadette.rodas@fsresidential.com Chrissy Parker Compliance Director x327 christine.parker@fsresidential.com Michelle Powers Administrative Assistant x339 michelle.powers@fsresidential.com Alex Lacko Aesthetics Coordinator x333 alex.lacko@fsresidential.com Jim O’Connell Project Manager james.oconnell@fsresidential.com

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All Somersett Residents Events & Specials

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Canyon Nine

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Somersett Golf & Country Club

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Additional Programs

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Kids’ Corner Programs

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Aspen Lodge Events/Fitness Schedule

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Club Fitness

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Club Fitness Schedule

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2019 Fall Pool Hours & Swim Programs

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September & October Calendar

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Jeff Lucas Operations Manager jeff.lucas@fsresidential.com Callie Wylie Club Manager x320 callie.wylie@fsresidential.com Robin Bolson Communications Coordinator x324 robin.bolson@fsresidential.com Camille Porter Sports & Fitness Coordinator x321 camille.porter@fsresidential.com

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Lindsey McElfish Program Coordinator x317 lindsey.mcelfish@fsresidential.com Sierra Canyon Aspen Lodge Monica C. Rios, General Manager 775-624-2900 monica.rios@grandmanors.com Somersett Golf & Country Club 775-787-1800 Somersett Living newsletter is subsidized by advertising and is published by Kathy Slocum, Just Imagine Marketing and Design; 775-846-5656; kathy@justimaginemktg.com Front Cover: ”Test driving” a bulldozer at 2 the Touch-A-Truck & Fall Festival in 2018. Photo Credit: Brian Buchanan

COMMUNITY PROFILE:

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MC Believe in Education 5K & Fun Run Sunday, September 29, 8 am walk 8:40 am run | 9:45 am kids fun run Somersett’s annual MC Believe in Education 5K and Fun Run honors a former resident, Michele Cervantes, with the proceeds going toward a scholarship for a McQueen graduate. Michele believed that education is the true equalizer for mankind. She was a master elementary school teacher who was passionate about literacy. Her vision for lifelong learning continues to be actualized through her students, family and friends. The 5K race is limited to the first 500 paid and registered participants, so mark your calendars now and sign up early! Registration forms are available on Somersett.net or at the front desk of the club.

Haunted House Friday, October 18, 6–9 pm PLUS Saturday, October 19, during the Fall Festival Our spooky haunted house will make you shiver and scream – just in time for Halloween! Test your nerve with a visit on Friday evening and if you make it out, come again for another hair-raising tour during the Fall Festival on

Saturday. Please note: We can make the experience less scary for your younger ones! 13th ANNUAL

Touch-A-Truck & Fall Festival Saturday, October 19, 11 am–3 pm Big trucks, a haunted house, fall-themed crafts, and all for a good cause! Join us for the Touch-A-Truck & Fall Festival, our annual kickoff to the Club’s holiday food drive benefiting the Food Bank of Northern Nevada. Get here early – the first 125 kids to arrive in costume will snag a bag of treats! There will be a costume contest at 1 pm, a magician, face-painting, pumpkins and more. Bring your non-perishable food items to participate in the fun!

Maps will be available beginning at noon on Friday, October 4, and Saturday, October 5, during sale hours at The Club at Town Center and Aspen Lodge. Participants are welcome to put up signs during the sale only to direct people to their street and house. 15th ANNUAL

Sip-N-Shop Saturday, November 23, 2–6 pm All are welcome! Browse beautiful handmade holiday gifts while enjoying food, wine and the company of neighbors and friends. If you’re interested in being a vendor for this event, please pick up a vendor application from the front desk beginning October 1.

Neighborhood of Lights

Fall Garage Sale Saturday, October 5, 7 am–3 pm Mark your calendar for October 5 when the final community-wide garage sale of 2019 gets underway! If you plan to host a sale, get your home listed on our popular map of participating homes by emailing Robin.Bolson@fsresidential. com with your name and address by the end of the day on Friday, September 27.

The third annual Neighborhood of Lights contest will illuminate Somersett this December! We will again invite Somersett residents to enter their addresses in a community map, and residents will then vote for their favorite displays. So start planning your festive illuminations now! Check the November/December edition of this magazine for further details.

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Cribbage

Wednesdays from 11 am–1:30 pm Do you want to play what its fans call the greatest card game ever invented? Come see what they are talking about when our newest club debuts on September 4 and continues weekly after that. Cribbage is a card game in which each player tries to form various counting combinations of cards. The score is kept by moving pegs on a narrow rectangular board. New players are welcome!

Acoustic Circle Jam

Pinochle Club

Sundays September 8 & 22 & October 13 & 27, 5–7 pm Canyon View Room Join the Circle Jam and improve your presentation and supporting player skills while broadening your musical horizons with like-minded vocalists and instrumentalists in a fun, positive environment. Music will range from the ’60s to current acoustic music: folk, rock, Beatles, Neil, Eagles, Jackson, Blues or whatever you are into. Guitars, ukuleles and singers are all welcome. No amplifiers, please! For more information, contact Randy Hughes at hughes.randy.s@gmail.com.

Mondays, 1–3 pm Pinochle players, we have a club just for you! Somersett’s pinochle club welcomes new or advanced players for three- or four-handed pinochle. Join us for this casual drop-in game here at the Club on Monday afternoons.

Coffee & Treats with Staff Tuesday, September 10, 9–10 am | RSVP by Monday, Sept. 9 Do you have a question about making an architectural change, a compliance policy, Club rules or anything at all about living in Somersett? Members are invited to join Club and Association staff for an informal meeting at the Club at Town Center. Enjoy coffee and treats as you get to know SOA staff and learn all about your community, the Club and the Canyon Nine.

Book Club Wednesdays September 18 & October 16, 7–9 pm In September our community book club will discuss The Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead and in October we will review The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng.

Knitting & Crocheting Club Mondays, 10 am–12 pm Bring your knitting or crochet basket to the Club on Mondays, where you can work on your latest project and pass the time with like-minded neighbors. Feel free to pack a snack or non-alcoholic beverage to enjoy.

Mah Jongg Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1–4:30 pm Mah Jongg is a challenging tile game that originated in China, and we’re playing it at the Club with the National Mah Jongg League rules and play card. Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays to play or just watch, and feel free to bring a snack and non-alcoholic beverage.

Bridge Club Wednesdays, 2:30–5 pm Join fellow bridge lovers for intermediate bridge at the Club. We usually have two to four tables, and we strive for complete tables so that everyone enjoys their playing time. For more information and to RSVP for this casual bidding game, contact Jan at haemmig@ sbcglobal.net.

Art & Painting Club Fridays, 10 am–12 pm Work on your latest painting or art project at the Club on Fridays and enjoy a bit of creative energy. We kindly ask that you do not bring oil paints due to their strong odor. Feel free to bring a snack or nonalcoholic beverage.

Board Game Club Third Sunday of each month (September 15 & October 20), 2–5 pm Media Room Join us on the third Sunday of each month to play board games. You can bring your own to play or learn a new game.


CANYON NINE Check in at the concierge desk at The Club at Town Center.

Hours of Operation September: 8 am–6 pm* October: 8:30 am–5 pm* *Weather permitting; call 787-4500 to confirm.

Season Rates (through September 30)

Loyalty Points

Residents:

$10 adult

Guests:

$12 adult

Non-residents: $20 adult Students: $5*

Earn loyalty points each time you golf on the Canyon Nine. For each resident green fee purchased on your account, five points will be added to your loyalty account. Earn 50 points to receive a free green fee. These points roll over annually.

Winter Rates (start October 1) Residents: $5 adult Guests: $7 adult Non-residents: $15 adult Students: $5* *Ages 17 and under and 18 and over with a valid student ID.

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alues are up in Somersett this year, so far single family homes are up 5% with 70 sales so far at an avg. of $239.00 per foot. Del Webb has not gone up this year but there have been 54 sales so far, compared to 63 all of last year. The Vue and Village are up 7% with 29 sales so far compared to 47 for all of last year (as of July 2019). Go to Somersettstats.com for more detail on these sales. If you are looking for the value of your home, give me a call. I have been your Somersett agent since 2005.

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SOMERSETT GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Country Club Golf Shop Hours

Bocce Ball Court Hours

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER

SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER Tuesday–Sunday: 8 am–7 pm* *may play until dusk if in possession of own Bocce balls

Tuesday–Friday: Saturday & Sunday: Tuesday–Sunday:

7:30 am–6:30 pm 7 am–6:30 pm 8 am–6 pm

Country Club First Tee Times SEPTEMBER OCTOBER

Tuesday–Friday: Saturday & Sunday: Tuesday–Friday: Saturday & Sunday:

8 am 7:30 am 8:30 am 8 am

Learn to Golf (adult) Saturdays, September 7, 14, 21, 28, 11 am–12:30 pm $15/clinic | RSVP 4 days before clinic date 3 golfer min; 16 max This excellent beginner/intermediate class is expertly instructed and led by LPGA professional Brandy Casey. Whether you’re a former golfer looking to dust off your clubs and brush up on your fundamentals or someone eager to learn for the first time, we are here to get you ready to play. A typical session includes clinic-style instruction as well as time for individual instruction. Over each month, we’ll cover all aspects of the game, including full swing, putting and short game. Please sign up with the golf shop staff at 787-1800, ext. 2. The September sessions are the final sessions of the season.

Junior Learn to Golf (ages 7–14) Thursday, September 5; Wednesday, September 18 & Tuesday, September 24, 4–5:30 pm $15/clinic OR $35/month series RSVP four days before clinic date 3 junior min; 10 max Your juniors are in good hands with the four resident PGA professionals at Somersett Golf and Country Club. Stuart Smith, Rob Dugan, Corey Hobbs and Jeffrey Cotner are enjoying the 2019 season instructing Somersett resident juniors in all aspects of the game. Each month’s series of junior clinics will cover full swing, putting, short game and on-course playing instruction. All clinics are taught at the country club. Please email Corey Hobbs with any questions at chobbs@somersett.com.

Little Tykes Golf Clinic Wednesdays, September 4 from 5:30–6:30 pm & October 9, 5–6 pm | Complimentary 4 child min; 12 max Little Tykes Golf is designed for small children and it’s one of the best opportunities to get your child involved in a game that will last a lifetime. Somersett Golf and Country Club PGA professionals are proud to donate their time to your little ones! Just meet us at the country club driving range and your child can join the fun.

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Please note: There is a grooming rake/brush located on the outside wall of the Golf Shop. Bocce balls and scoreboards may be checked out from shop staff during operating hours.

Play the Tom Kite-designed Championship Country Club Course All Somersett residents are welcome to play the Championship Country Club Course four times per year. Each resident may book a foursome of players at a rate of $70 per player (in season) and $45 per player (off-season, November–March). This includes green fee, driving range usage and golf cart. We take tee times for residents four days in advance at 787-1800, ext. 2. Men, please remember our dress code of no denim, collared golf shirts and caps worn forward at all times. For the ladies, no denim, no spaghetti-strap tops, bare midriffs or short shorts. Proper footwear, such as golf or tennis shoes, is required.

Driving Range SEPTEMBER: Tuesday–Sunday, 8 am–6 pm OCTOBER: Tuesday–Sunday, 8 am–5 pm Somersett residents are encouraged to utilize the driving range at the country club. The SOA/country club agreement allows for complimentary usage form the north side of the range. Please check in with the attendant, provide identification as a resident and sign the usage sheet. Juniors MUST be accompanied by an adult. We will provide shuttle service every 20–30 minutes during operating hours May through October. Access to the turf range, putting green and newly renovated chipping green is available for $10 per person per day. Pay at the golf shop before usage.


GOLF TIP:

The Sand Shot

By Stuart Smith—PGA Director of Golf

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ne of the most daunting shots in the game is the sand shot. I hope that the few tips I provide along with a little practice will give you a newfound hope in becoming more proficient out of the sand.

1) The sand wedge is weighted and designed to lift the ball out of the bunker. The first thing to remember is that you do not have to help the ball up and out.

2) When practicing out of the bunker, draw a box around the ball – about the size of a normal divot – approximately 4-by-6 inches. The object is to take your swing and splash the sand out of the box. The visual of splashing is to encourage a relaxed motion, allowing the club to do most of the work. It is OK to let the clubhead to surpass the hands through the ball on this particular shot. Your wrists should hinge and unhinge. Splashing encourages this.

3) Finish facing the target with your weight on your left foot. Your weight can stay on your lead foot at all times during the bunker shot, which leads to a more downward strike. The most

common mistake is to finish on your back foot or flat-footed. When you try to lift the ball with just your arms this is often the result. Remember, a splashing of the sand and weight on your lead foot at impact will get the majority of your shots out of the bunker.

PRIORITY: 1. Out of the bunker 2. On the green 3. Close to the hole 4. In the hole ☺

Practice, practice, practice: The county club’s PGA golf staff has over 35 years of combined experience and is available to take your game to the next level. Why venture out for golf lessons when you can improve your game right here in your back yard? Rates are between $60–$80 per hour. We CAN take your game to the next level! Call us at 787-1800, ext. 2.

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ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS All programs listed are for members of The Club at Town Center unless otherwise noted.

Adult Potluck

Adult Watercolor Class Wednesdays, October 9 & 16 10 am–1 pm in the Canyon View Room $34/resident per two-week session 8 participant min; 20 max Join instructor Eva Nichols and fellow residents to explore watercolors. No experience is necessary, and all levels are welcome. These classes will go over the basics of watercolor painting, using both traditional as well as unconventional methods. Please register for your session at the front desk and RSVP to Eva at evasnichols@gmail.com before attending.

Panoramic Golf Course and Sierra Nevada Mountain Views

Saturdays, September 21 & October 26, 6–8 pm RSVP by the Thursday before 12 adults min/50 adult max/7 dish min September theme: Picnic Party. Bring a picnic-friendly favorite. October theme: Barrel O’ Apples. Make a dish that contains apples. Our potlucks are a great way for new residents to meet their neighbors and for long-time residents to get together with friends without the stress of hosting the event! Just bring a dish to share (at least eight servings). You are welcome to bring wine and beer from home for a small corkage fee. We will also have a cash bar.

Labor Day Bash Monday, September 2, 12–4 pm Let’s celebrate the unofficial last day of summer by enjoying in some poolside fun and games for all ages. Enjoy giant Jenga and other fun activities and all are invited to participate in a Cornhole Tournament, back by popular demand! Teams of two will compete round robin-style style. Sign up at the front desk if you want to enter the tournament! Cost: $10/team. We will also have music, food, prizes, and, of course, tons of fun in our pools. Please remember, Labor Day is a members-only day at the pool. No guests are permitted.

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The Club at Town Center Reminders General Club Rules Members must check in to the facility upon entering and have their picture taken to program into the system. Members may be turned away if they cannot provide valid ID.

RSVP Policy Please remember to RSVP for programs by the deadline listed so we can ensure that enough supplies and staff are available. All event fees are due at time of reservation. Cancellations must be made 48 hours before an event to receive a refund. No refunds will be given for no-shows. Unless noted, all events are for residents only. If residents choose to bring a guest, event and guest fees apply

Late Pick-Up Fee The Club will charge a late pick-up fee for any child not picked up within 15 minutes of a program’s end time, including Kids’ Corner. Following the 15-minute grace period, a $5 fee will be charged for every 10 minutes your child remains with us.

Alcohol Corkage Fee Policy

Guest Fees: $10 adult; $8 junior

Outside alcohol, beer and wine will only be permitted inside of The Club at Town Center (TCTC). No outside alcohol will be permitted on any outside space of the TCTC, including the pool and golf course. Residents may be permitted to bring outside alcohol (beer and wine only) subject to the following conditions: 1. It must be a TCTC sponsored social event that is on the calendar and scheduled accordingly. Private events cannot have outside alcohol. 2. There must be a staff bartender present. a. Alcohol must be checked in with the bartender at the time of arrival. b. The bartender must open and pour all beer and wine. 3. There will be a $1 corkage fee for each container of wine and beer (for wine, nothing larger than 750 milliliters per container and for beer, 1–6 cans, nothing larger than 32 ounces). 4. Beer and wine only.

Members are allowed to bring up to four guests at one time for a maximum of 10 visits per guest. Members must accompany guests at all times.

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FREE Guest Passes Each household is entitled to four free guest passes in 2019. If you haven’t done so already, pick up your passes at the front desk.

Guest Passes Available for Purchase Purchase your discounted 10-punch guest passes for $65. Please note that all guest punch pass rules apply. Remember, guests will not be permitted on Monday, September 2 (Labor Day).

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KIDS’ CORNER All programs and events are for members of The Club at Town Center.

HOURS & PROGRAMMING Monday through Thursday: 8:30 am–12:30 pm and 5:30–7:30 pm Friday: 8:30 am–12:30 pm; Saturday: 8 am–12 pm Closed Sunday

KIDS’ CORNER POLICY REMINDERS • Kids’ Corner will only accept children 2 to 6 years of age. All children must be registered by a parent for Kids’ Corner prior to their first use of the room. Registration forms are available at the concierge desk or online at mysomersett.com. • Parents with children who are not bathroom independent must remain on Club premises at all times when their child is in Kids’ Corner. This includes such activities as playing tennis, aerobics, using the fitness room, swimming or attending a special Club function. • For the morning time slots, parents may sign their child up for either 8:30–10:30 am or 10:30 am–12:30 pm Monday through Friday and either 8–10 am or 10 am–12 pm on Saturday. Evening slot is from 5:30–7:30 pm, Monday through Thursday. • The room operates on a six-to-one ratio, with a maximum of 12 children allowed at any given time. To accommodate this ratio, the Club requires reservations to be made at least 24 hours in advance to ensure staffing. Reservations may be made online at somersett.net seven days in advance. • All children must be dropped off in Kids’ Corner within 15 minutes of their reservation time. If the parent has not checked in their child within the 15-minute window, the reservation becomes void and the spot will be opened to a child on the waiting list.

Monday–Friday | Grades K–5 Register by the Thursday before 4 child min; 30 max MORNING PROGRAM: 7–8:30 am $35/resident child/week; $10/resident child/day AFTERNOON PROGRAM: 3:30–6 pm

$50/resident child/week; $15/resident child/day BOTH PROGRAMS: $85/resident child/week This quality program features a wide variety of activities, including special sports instruction, arts and crafts, fitness, cooking and much more. Snack and homework assistance are provided during the educational hour. It is our goal to help develop great selfesteem for all participants in an active and positive environment. Please register your child at the concierge desk.

Fall Break Camp Monday–Friday, October 7–11, 7 am–6 pm $40/day per resident child; $165/week per resident child RSVP by October 1 | 5 child min; 30 max Need something for your child to do during fall school break? We can keep them busy with games, experiments, crafts and snacks. Space is limited, so be sure to reserve your child’s spot early!

Kids Nevada Day Camp Friday, October 25 | Cost: $40 RSVP by Oct. 21 | 5 child min; 30 max

Fireside Smores Saturday, September 14, 6:30 pm | Free Join us for family pool time and fireside s’mores. The fire will be lit from 6:30 until 8:30 pm. Please RSVP at the front desk by the Thursday before.

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Fridays, September 27 & October 25, 5:30–8:30 pm $12/child (includes pizza) | Ages 5–12 RSVP by the Wednesday before Make sure to reserve your child’s spot for this popular event. Call the Club for movie choices.

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ASPEN LODGE EVENTS All programs at the Aspen Lodge are for Sierra Canyon residents only. Please register and pay for all events at the concierge desk.

What’s For Lunch!?

Lunch & Learn

Wednesday, September 4, 12 pm | $5 Join us for Italian meatballs, mozzarella and marinara on hoagie rolls! We will also serve salad on the side and cookies for dessert.

Wednesday, September 18, 12 pm Preferred vendor fair, with food, drink and raffle prizes. Hosted by many of the business partners in the Canyon Vista Living publication and Gary Evjen. This event is free. More information to come.

Census Recruitment Presentation Thursday, September 12, 3 pm & 3:30 pm The 2020 Census is upon us. Join Lory Linne in the Tahoe Room to learn more about applying and working as a Census taker. 2020 Census jobs provide great pay, flexible hours, weekly pay and paid training. Please sign up at the concierge desk.

Village Games September 13–22 | Times vary by event | Free Please mark your calendars everyone, our annual Village Games are right around the corner. The purpose of the games is three-fold: • Get residents to try out new activities • Meet new people • Have a great time in the midst of friendly competition We will have over 20 events this year, indoors and outdoors. You won’t want to miss this great chance to get involved. Stay tuned for more details. If you are interested in helping, please see Lynne.

Lunch & Learn Wednesday, September 25, 11:30 am–1 pm Edward Jones Estate Planning Presentation

Fall Blood Drive Wednesday, October 2 Vitalant will be in the roundabout at the Lodge with its bloodmobile from 8:30 am until 2:30 pm. If you are interested in donating blood, please sign up at the concierge desk, and help give the gift of life to someone in need.

ASPEN LODGE FITNESS SCHEDULE SUNDAY Morning Flow w/ Carol All Levels 10:00 – 11:15 AM

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MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Pilates w/ Victoria All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Yoga w/ Kerry All Levels 7:45 – 8:45 AM

Pilates w/ Victoria All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Cardio Mix w/ Lynne All Levels 8:00 – 8:45 AM

Move for Balance w/ Carol All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Water Fitness w/ Lynne All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Tai Chi w/ Marcos All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Water Fitness w/ Lynne All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Yoga w/ Jim Beginner Level 9:00 – 10:00 AM Water Fitness 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Water Fitness w/ Dianna Int/Adv 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Chair Yoga w/ Kathleen All Levels 10:15 – 11:15 AM

Float Fit w/ Lynne Int/Adv Class 1: 8:45 – 9:15 a.m. Class 2: 9:30 – 10 a.m.

Chair Yoga w/ Kathleen All Levels 10:15 – 11:15 AM

Zumba Gold & Zumba Toning w/ Leslie 10:15 – 11:15 AM

Gentle Yoga w/ Jim Beginner Level 10:15 – 11:15 AM

Forever Fit w/ Lynne All Levels 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Gentle Water Fitness w/ Michelle All Levels 10:30 – 11:30 AM

Forever Fit w/ Lynne All Levels 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Gentle Water Fitness w/ Lynne All Levels 10:30 – 11:30 AM

Float Fit w/ Lynne Int/Adv (Sign-up required) Class 1: 10:30 – 11 AM Class 2: 11:15 – 11:45 AM

Calming & Restorative Yoga w/ Kathleen All Levels 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Zumba Gold & Zumba Toning w/ Leslie 10:15 – 11:15 AM

Circuit Training w/ Lynne Int/Adv (Prepaid monthly) 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Circuit Training w/ Dianna Int/Adv (Prepaid monthly) 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Circuit Training w/ Dianna Int/Adv (Prepaid monthly) 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Circuit Training w/ Lynne Int/Adv (Prepaid monthly) 4:00 – 5:00 PM

Tai Chi w/ Marcos All Levels 9:00 – 10:00 AM Cardio Mix 8:00 – 8:45 AM

SATURDAY

Yoga w/ Kerry All Levels 12:15 – 1:15 PM


Fall Plays Friday, October 11, 6 pm Friday, October 18, 6 pm Sunday, October 20, 1:30 pm Tickets: $10 This Fall we will present three short comedies and two short skits, resulting in 90 minutes of continuous laughter. The comedies are “Naked Man on the Couch,” written by Richard Davis, Jr.; “Lust ‘n Digestion” by William Doody, and “Mother’s Day” by Arthur S. Keyser. “Joggin’ Along” by Dory Kaiser will entertain the audience during set changes Doors will open 30 minutes prior to showtime. Seats are on a firstcome basis. Light refreshments will be served or you are welcome to bring a beverage from home. Be sure and plan to attend one of the performances. This fall season’s plays and our capable, well-seasoned cast are guaranteed to bring laughter!

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HILLBROW AT SOMERSETT Hillbrow is a 51 home development of semi-custom homes ranging from 2,500 to 3,500 sq. ft. There are five beautiful home designs available offering 3 & 4 bedrooms with three-car garages. Both single- and two-story homes allow for many custom design options. We are located at the 6th roundabout.

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HILLBROW AT SOMERSETT Hillbrow is a 51 home development of semi-custom homes ranging from 2,500 to 3,500 sq. ft. There are five beautiful home designs available offering 3 & 4 bedrooms with three-car garages. Both singleand two-story homes allow for many custom design options. We are located at the 6th roundabout. HillbrowatSomersett.com (775) 233-7185

THE CLIFFS AT SOMERSETT The Cliffs feature some of the best views in Somersett—with six floorplans of one and two level home designs, ranging from 2,642– 4,287 sq. ft. Enjoy spacious living with 3–5 bedrooms, 3-car garages, walkout basement options, covered loggias, stunning courtyards, and more. The resort-style amenities include a 24,000 sq. ft. Clubhouse and Canyon Nine Golf Course. Now Selling—from the $600,000s TheCliffsAtSomersett.com (775) 277-3200

THE POINTE AT SOMERSETT A new 64 home community, The Pointe by Ryder Homes features 2 single-story and 1 two-story floor plans ranging in size from 2,386– 3,057 sq. ft. and designed specifically to take full advantage of the views and natural beauty unique to the site. From the mid-$500,000s ThePointe@RyderHomes.com RyderHomes.com/ThePointe (775) 470-5015

WINTERCREEK AT SOMERSETT Wintercreek at Somersett is designed for luxury living at it’s finest. These stunning single and two-story homes pair contemporary floorplan designs with an array of exceptional Everything’s Included® features. Homes range from approximately 2,410–3,055 sq. ft. of living space with three to four bedrooms and two to three and one-half bathrooms. Plus, there is enough room for the whole family in Lennar’s Next Gen® – The Home Within a Home®. Lennar.com/New-Homes/Nevada/Reno (775) 250-6444 15


Somersett Country Club The 18-hole Championship Country Club Golf Course was designed by U.S. Champion Tom Kite. Memberships available at 775-787-1800 or www.SomersettGolfandCountryClub.com.

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POOLS/SPAS A resort pool with a 98 foot water slide, three lane junior Olympic pool and two full spas.

CARDIO-WEIGHT STUDIO Elli exercise bikes or treadmills available

THE GREAT ROOM Enjoy a sunset, relax with a book in front of the fireplace, check your e-mail from your laptop on the wireless network or watch the golfers on the Canyon Nine from the outdoor deck.

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COMMUNITY PROFILE

We are the safety net of the outdoor community.

Since its 2009 inception, the High Fives Foundation has disbursed

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ABOUT THE HIGH FIVES FOUNDATION High Fives focuses on preventing life-changing injuries and provides resources and hope if they happen. It was formed as a way to “pay-it-forward” by the founder, Roy Tuscany, from his own recovery to help injured people. The Foundation has expanded to help 235 individuals and veterans from 32 states since its inception in 2009. The High Fives Foundation is a California-based, national 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. For more information visit www.highfivesfoundation.org The Empowerment Fund provides resources and inspiration to those who suffer a life-altering injury, such as spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputation or other mobility-limiting injuries that occurred in an athlete’s lifetime. The resources and inspiration we provide come in the form of board-approved grant funding paid to service providers in nine funding categories: living expenses, insurance, health, travel, High Fives Healing Network, adaptive equipment, winter equipment, and “stoke” (positive energy, outlook, attitude). For more information on Empowerment Grant Funding Policies, visit www.highfivesfoundation.org/grant-application/. CR Johnson Healing Center Located at 10775 Pioneer Trail, #108, in Truckee, the CR Johnson Healing Center is a 2,800 square-foot training facility providing resources for athletes in recovery from life-altering and community members recovering from sport related injuries. It is also the High Fives headquarters. Resources include physical therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic, massage, active release techniques, restorative stretching, personal


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MISSION — High Fives focuses on preventing life-changing injuries and provides resources and hope if they happen. VISION — The leader of education and recovery of life-changing injuries in outdoor sports

training and more. The Healing Center attracts over 300 visits monthly from High Fives athletes and community members. B.A.S.I.C.S. The B.A.S.I.C.S. (Being Aware Safe In Critical Situations) program was created as a way to reach young athletes to promote smart decision-making in the mountains. Each year we develop a documentary highlighting one safety topic. The documentary is available free online and is toured around the country for live presentations at schools and for industry professionals. Since its establishment in 2010, the B.A.S.I.C.S. program has reached over 210,000 young athletes with these films: “Five Critical Mistakes (2011),’’ “Avalanche Awareness” “#HelmetsAreCool,” “#KnowYourPark,” “CHOICES,” and “5 Critical Mistakes (2016).” Military to the Mountains Military to the Mountains was created following the success achieved by veteran Marine Corporal Jacob Schick while skiing at Squaw Valley during the 20142015 winter season. The next year, the program grew to include 10 injured U.S. military veterans. Now, the program sees 22 veterans annually. Working directly with Dallas-based Adaptive Training Foundation and the City of Reno Adaptive Program, injured veterans undergo intensive training prior to visiting Squaw Valley. Once they arrive in the mountains, they receive adaptive ski lessons with Achieve Tahoe.

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Saturday, October 19 11 am –3 pm For more information, see page 3.

COOKING CLASSES Sept. 4 Sept. 10 Sept. 11 Sept. 12 Sept. 13 Sept. 17 Sept. 18 Sept. 19 Sept. 24 Sept. 25 Sept. 26 Sept. 27 Sept. 30 Oct. 1 Oct. 8 Oct. 11 Oct. 12 Oct. 16 Oct. 24 Oct. 25 Oct. 28

Kids Cook! Taste of the Southwest Thailand Modern Pressure Cooker Girls’ Night Out–Autumn Small Bites Beginner’s Kitchen Chinese Takeout Favorites Gluten Free–Quick and Easy Techniques 1 Taste of Greece Tapas Fish & Seafood Kids Cook! Teens Cook! Techniques 1 Date Night–Oktoberfest Culinary Boot Camp Knife Skills Workshop Girls’ Night Out–Barefoot in Paris Sushi Kids’ Tricks & Treats

Cooking classes • Catering Gourmet deli • Kitchen store Spices by the tablespoon • Knife sharpening Serving lunch 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Mon. – Fri., 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Sat. 225 Crummer Lane, Reno • 775-284-COOK Full cooking class schedule at Nothingtoit.com

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Fall into Art SEPT / OCT EVENTS

SEPTEMBER 7, 8 Trails & Vistas Art Hikes 14 Art & Soul - Historic Downtown Art Walk 14, 15 Donner Party Hike 19, 20, 21, 22 Sierra Nevada Yarn Crawl 20-21 Autumn Food & Wine Festival (Northstar) 26 Leya McCalla - Creole Haitian Music

OCTOBER 5 Downtown Truckee Wine, Walk & Shop 17, 18 Historical Haunted Tour 18 Ron Artis, Blues prodigy from Hawaii 1-31 Scenic Fall Foliage Hikes

WEEKLY Live Bands, Films, Improv - Historic Downtown Truckee Ceramics, Metal, Wood - Truckee Roundhouse Makerspace Knitting, Drawing, Photography, Painting - Atelier Truckee History, Speakers - Donner Memorial State Park Museum Activites, Crafts, Science - Kidzone Museum Turckee Railroad Museum - Historic Downtown Truckee

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Trey Humphrey In late 2004,

I decided I was done going to college and felt a strong pull towards military service. I dropped out of the University of Nevada-Reno and enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in April of 2005. My first day in boot camp, I immediately regretted my decision, but as the weeks went by, I realized I was where I belonged and put my whole effort into becoming a U.S. Marine. After graduation, I was sent to the School of Infantry aboard Camp Pendleton in Southern California, where I learned basic military tactics. From there I was assigned to Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion 5th Marines and two months later, in December of 2006, I was forward deployed to Zaidon, Iraq, a large farming community on the outskirts of Fallujah. It wasn’t long after that I got my first taste of combat and realized I enjoyed the adrenaline dump associated with it. I made it home safely and moved up the ranks to a position of leadership with a team of Marines behind me. I deployed again to Fallujah, Iraq, several months later and then headed to Okinawa, Japan, on my first non-combat deployment. There I was able to train with multiple foreign militaries while continuously honing my skills as a leader. After I returned to the States, I had an opportunity to fill a school slot as a combat instructor at the Mountain Warfare Training Center in Bridgeport, Calif., a tiny military base smack dab in the middle of the Sierra Nevada. As I was preparing for

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this transition, my unit was tasked with deploying to Afghanistan and I was given the option of returning to combat or staying home and moving into a trainer role. I chose to once more get back in the fight and left for Sangin, Afghanistan, in September of 2010. A fertile farming valley, fed by the Helmand River and surrounded by snow-covered peaks, Sangin felt strangely familiar to me. The fighting there was much more intense than anything I had previously experienced and we had a difficult time navigating the area which was peppered with antipersonnel improvised explosive devices (IEDs). On Nov. 9, 2010, I woke up my squad and we geared up to help with the evacuation of a Marine who had triggered one of these IEDs that shattered his foot. We hustled out of our patrol base about a half mile and jumped into the middle of a gunfight. Once I understood what was happening, I was able to secure passage for the wounded Marine by redirecting the enemy’s attention towards me and my squad. As I was attempting to maneuver out of an empty irrigation canal, I stepped on the top of the berm and felt my body go suddenly airborne. My first thought was, “One of my guys just triggered an IED.” As the dust settled, I came to realize that it was me. I looked down and saw my right leg, just above the boot, was gone. My left leg


Set goals, no matter how small, and every looked even worse as the blast split my shin open from ankle to knee. Luckily, as Marines, we are fully prepared to handle this type of injury and I gave my life over to the young men I had spent countless hours training with. Within 28 minutes they had stemmed the bleeding, hauled my body over a half-mile, and got me onto a helicopter, where I was put into a medically-induced coma. What happened after that? Two weeks later I woke up at a military hospital in Bethesda, Md., just in time to watch Nevada football upset Boise State. It took several days for doctors to explain the extent of my injuries and I spent the next two months in and out of surgical rooms. By January 2011, I was stable enough to transfer to Balboa Naval Hospital where I would learn to walk again. What advice would you offer for someone who has suffered a life-altering injury? Set goals, no matter how small, and every day strive to get a win. One of my first goals was to relearn to feed myself again, which took about a week, and once I did it for the first time, I celebrated, as if I had just won a national championship. A few weeks later, I was setting bigger and bigger goals and racking up wins. Eventually, I hit the point where I felt I could handle anything thrown my way. Why Somersett? Chuck Bluth established a non-profit to build handicap accessible homes for critically wounded veterans in the Northern Nevada area. Somehow, he found me and offered me a great home across from the 16th tee box. In May of 2013, the house was completed and I moved in. I couldn’t have asked for a better community of neighbors and place to raise my two sons. How did you end up at High Fives? (Trey is the Foundation Manager) I used skiing to drive most of my recovery goals and once I moved back to Reno, I began volunteering for Achieve Tahoe at Alpine Meadows to help others like me. One of the camps I volunteered for was a Paralympic talent identification camp, hosted by High Fives, in conjunction with Achieve Tahoe. There, I met Roy Tuscany and learned about his story overcoming his own injury and we struck up a friendship. I then was asked to

day strive to get a win.

participate in the High Fives Military to the Mountain program (M2M). For nine weeks I trained with the City of Reno Adaptive and Double Diamond Fitness trainers and other local veterans. In the 10th week, we met up with a crew of 14 veterans from Dallas’ Adaptive Training Foundation and were treated to a week of skiing and snowboarding at Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. After graduating this program, I basically begged Roy for a job, to which he responded by telling me to pound sand and he’d only consider it after I completed a college degree. So, I did and he stayed true to his word. Favorite activities: Skiing, mountain biking, camping, supporting the Pack and golf! Something people might be surprised to know about you: I hold a national title in Para-Alpine Slalom Skiing.

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CLUB FITNESS For a complete description of all our classes and a current calendar, please visit the fitness calendar on our website at somersett.net.

Fall Tennis Extravaganza

Tennis

Saturday, September 28, 9–11 am | RSVP by September 23 Ages 5–12 | $10/child | 12 child min; 15 max Your kids will have fun while they improve their tennis skills in this clinic led by Coach John. A small snack is provided. Sign up at the front desk or by calling 787-4500.

Cardio Tennis: Mondays and Wednesdays, 9–11 am This engaging group fitness class featuring the heart pumping effects of tennis drills, games and skills delivering a full body and calorieburning aerobic and anaerobic workout. Great for cross-training athletes. Beginners welcome. Looking to improve your tennis game? Contact the Club’s tennis professional John Mathews at 287-8229 to schedule private, semiprivate or small-group lessons.

Saturdays in the Sierras with Linda September 14 & October 19 at 8:45 am Meet at the Club; hiking location TBD Register at the concierge desk for these 5- to 7-mile hikes. Bring your own water, sunscreen and snack. We will meet at the Club and carpool to the location, where parking is limited. Hikes are weatherdependent. For more information, please visit somersett.net or contact Camille Porter at camille.porter@fsresidential.com or 7874500, ext. 321.

Personal Training Personal training is a great way to get personalized fitness routines designed to increase your performance and get results. Whether you’re new to the gym, coming back after some time off, or you want to shake up your normal routine, our personal trainers can help you work out safely efficiently.

Get a Jump on Basketball Season

Age Limits in the Gym

Basketball season at our local schools is coming soon and now is the perfect time to get your child ready with basketball training at The Club at Town Center. Instruction is provided by Reno basketball coaches Draun Manning and Bobby Hunter. For more information, stop by the front desk or contact Camille Porter at camille.porter@ fsresidential.com or 787-4500, ext. 321.

Children under 14 years of age are not permitted to use the fitness facilities, including the fitness room and group fitness classes. It is required that children ages 14–17 must complete a fitness waiver and a meeting with the Sports Director regarding fitness etiquette prior to using the fitness center or aerobics classes.

Pickleball Tuesdays/Thursdays/Saturdays 12:30–3 pm in the Sports Court Pickleball is a racquet sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and ping pong. Even if you’ve never played this beginnerfriendly game before, come on out and join the fun! No equipment is needed – everything is provided.

Fitness Questions For information about our free classes, fitness equipment, reformer Pilates, personal training and pricing, please visit our website at somersett.net or contact Camille Porter at 787-4500, ext. 321. If you’re new or just curious about all of our strength-training equipment, call today to arrange a complimentary fitness orientation.

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ind down from a busy week in one of our spacious, cedarlined saunas and take advantage of the many amenities in our locker rooms. Both the men’s and women’s locker rooms feature day-use lockers, restrooms, showers and changing areas. The Club at Town Center has licensed massage therapists ready to cater to your aches and pains. Whether you’re looking to alleviate

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stress or just enjoy a bit of TLC, the Club’s massage menu offers many types of treatments to fit your needs. Enjoy a relaxing massage by scheduling an appointment with one of our professionals. For more information on what we offer and to contact our massage therapists, call the concierge at 787-4500. Please note: Massages are open to all Somersett residents, including those who live in Sierra Canyon.


CLUB FITNESS SCHEDULE For a complete description of all our fitness classes and the most up to date calendar, please visit somersett.net or the Club’s concierge desk.

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Chair Yoga w/ Nancy 8:00 – 9:00 AM

Tabata w/ Angela 6:00 – 6:45 AM

*Hatha Yoga w/ Linda 8:30 – 9:30 AM

Tabata w/ Angela 6:00 – 6:45 AM

*Mind-Body Wellness w/ Bruce 8:00 – 9:00 AM

Tabata w/ Leslie H. 8:00 – 8:45 AM

*Hatha Yoga w/ Linda 8:30 – 9:30 AM

*Gentle Sunrise Yoga w/ Karen 7:30 – 8:30 AM

*Meditation w/ Linda 9:30 – 9:45 AM

*Gentle Sunrise Yoga w/ Karen 7:30 – 8:30 AM

*Hatha Yoga w/ Linda 8:30 – 9:30 AM

Yoga w/ Karen 9:00 – 10:00 AM

Intermediate Cardio Step w/ Cindy 9:30 – 10:30 AM

*Pickleball Reserved Court Time 12:30 –3:00 PM

Basic Cardio Step w/ Cindy 9:30 – 10:30 AM

*Pickleball Reserved Court Time 12:30 –3:00 PM

Intermediate Cardio Step w/ Cindy 9:30 – 10:30 AM

Youth Basketball Open Gym Time 9:00 – 12:00 AM

**Cardio Tennis Reserved Court Time 9:00 – 11:00 AM

***AquaTabata w/ Linda 9:00 – 10:00 AM 10:10 – 11:00 AM

**Cardio Tennis Reserved Court Time 9:00 – 11:00 AM

*Body Sculpt w/ Beth 9:00 – 9:45 AM

Power Cycle w/ Christy 10:45 – 11:20 AM

***AquaFit w/ Angela 9:00 – 10:00 AM 10:10 – 11:00 AM

*Boot Camp w/ Christy 9:45 – 10:30 AM Power Cycle w/ Christy 10:45 – 11:20 AM

*Body Sculpt w/ Beth 9:00 – 9:45 AM Mat Pilates w/ Beth 10:00 – 11:00 AM

Power Cycle w/ Christy 10:45 – 11:20 AM

***AquaTabata w/ Linda 9:00 – 10:00 AM 10:10 – 11:00 AM

Crunch 15 w/ Christy 11:20 – 11:35 AM

*Pickleball Reserved Court Time 12:30 – 3:00 PM

*Crunch 15 w/ Christy 11:20 – 11:35 AM

Butts & Guts w/ Beth 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

*Boot Camp w/ Christy 11:30 AM – 12:15 PM

Mat Pilates w/ Beth 10:00 – 11:00 AM

Stretch & Roll w/ Christy 11:35 AM – 12:10 PM

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Stretch & Roll w/ Christy 11:35 AM – 12:10 PM

Fundamental Yoga w/ Kerry 1:30 – 2:30 PM

Crunch 15 w/ Christy 12:15 – 12:30 PM

Butts & Guts w/ Beth 11:15 AM – 12:00 PM

***AquaFit w/ Mandy 2:00 – 3:00 PM

Circuit Training w/ Christy 4:30 – 5:15 PM

***AquaFit w/ Mandy 2:00 – 3:00 PM

Fundamental Yoga w/ Kerry 1:30 – 2:30 PM

Hatha Yoga w/ Linda 5:30 – 6:30 PM

Crunch 15 w/ Christy 5:15 – 5:30 PM

Chair Yoga w/ Nancy 4:00 – 5:00 PM

*Mind-Body Wellness w/ Bruce 5:30 – 6:30 PM

Spin w/ Christy 5:30 – 6:15 PM

Spin Boot Camp w/ Christy 5:30 – 6:15 PM

Zumba w/ Leslie B. 6:35 – 7:35 PM FITNESS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS AquaFit: This popular water aerobics workout is a fun, low-impact workout that blends cardio and resistance training with buoyant water weights and noodles in the pool. AquaTabata: Mix Tabata interval training with the fun, low-impact of water aerobics. Through a variety of simple yet intense exercises, each class will blast away the calories and provide noticeable results in a short amount of time. . Body Sculpt: Define, sculpt and build lean muscle for all levels of fitness. Classes focus on intense isolation exercises with free weights and resistance, ending with abs. Boot Camp: Each boot camp class will push you out of your comfort zone with different exercises to keep you on your toes and work up a sweat through total body, high intensity interval and circuit training. Butts & Guts: Shape and tone your lower body and core. Workouts will focus on strengthening and tightening abs, glutes, legs, and lower back using a variety of different exercises with light weights and body resistance. Cardio Step: A high energy, heart-pumping cardio class that mixes basic to intermediate choreography in a variety of fun styles. Different levels of intensity ensure everyone gets the most out of their workout. This is an excellent cross-training class for all fitness levels. Chair Yoga: A gentle form of Hatha Yoga done while seated or standing next to a chair for support. This class helps with muscle toning, flexibility, mobility, balance, strength, circulation and breathing. Beginner-friendly, all levels welcome.

Zumba w/ Leslie B. 6:35 – 7:35 PM

Classes are held in the aerobic studio unless otherwise noted.

PAID PRIVATE REFORMER w/ Beth Tuesday 7:30 – 8:30 AM Tuesday/Thursday 12:00 – 1:00 PM

Crunch 15 w/ Christy 6:15 – 6:30 PM

Circuit Training: This class is a high-volume, low-resistance workout with short rest intervals. Improve muscle tone and definition, while improving cardiovascular fitness. Crunch 15: A 15-minute power class that focuses solely on coreand ab-strengthening exercises. Fundamental Yoga: Introduces the principles of alignment and breath work in a flow of postures. Students will be introduced to basic yoga postures through step-by-step verbal description and demonstration. This class is beginner-friendly. FX Fitness: A functional fitness class utilizing cardio movement and strength patterns designed to increase flexible strength for daily living activities. All levels welcome. Hatha Yoga (Levels 1 and 2): Concentrates on physical health and mental well-being using body postures (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), and meditation techniques (dyana) with the goal of bringing about a healthy body and a clear, peaceful mind. Gentle Sunrise Yoga (Levels 2 and 3): Greet the morning slowly and methodically with deep stretching and mindful yoga practice. Mat Pilates: Use controlled breathing during body weight resisted movements on a floor mat to tone and build core strength. Meditation: A 15-minute mindful meditation practice to nurture a sound mind and enhance personal wellness. Mind-Body Wellness: Explore the healing power of relaxation through breath, and learn how to achieve balance. This class will show you how to fight stress, lack of focus, back and neck pain, poor sleep patterns, and fatigue through visualization, breath work, and mindfulness training. New students welcome!

Pickleball: A beginner-friendly racquet sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis and ping pong. Pickleball is open to anyone who wants to play, no equipment needed! Power Cycle: A condensed spin class that utilizes effective bursts of strength training while spinning. Spin: A high-energy indoor cycling class where you’ll ride a mixture of flats, hills and sprints while burning calories all the way. Spin Boot Camp: Get ready to sweat! This class combines high intensity cycling intervals with boot camp circuit training off the bike to give you an intense, full-body workout. Stretch & Roll: Join our stretch and foam-roller class to improve your flexibility, muscle function and fitness performance. Tabata: Tabata uses short, intense anaerobic exercise with even shorter recovery periods (20 seconds on/10 seconds rest). With a variety of exercises and methods for this training, you’ll always be targeting major muscle groups for a total body workout. Youth Basketball: Families and youth are welcome to come shoot hoops during open gym time. Zumba®: With Latin rhythms and easy-to-follow moves, Zumba® keeps everyone motivated by creating a dance-party atmosphere. REMINDERS: Please arrive on time and sign in at the concierge desk before class begins. Heavy colognes/perfumes should not be worn during class. All participants are asked to wipe down equipment after use. Used equipment should be returned to its’ original location after class. Cell phones should be put on silent and should not be used during class; if you have an emergency please take your call into the hallway.

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S O A

The SOA is professionally managed by FirstService Residential. Onsite office is located at The Club at Town Center. CUSTOMER CARE: 775-624-9152 ASSESSMENT MAILING ADDRESS: PO Box 54089 Los Angeles, CA 90054-0089

ACCOUNT INFORMATION: somersett.connectresident.com ASSOCIATION HOURS: Monday – Friday: 8 am to 5 pm The SOA offices will be CLOSED on Monday, Sept. 2th

Assessment Reminder

ClickPay, a third-party payment processing company. Payments submitted through ClickPay (Autopay) typically take up to three business days to be credited to your assessment account. Please keep this in mind since payments received after the 30th are subject to a $25 late fee. ClickPay charges a fee for its payments made by debit or credit card. There is no fee if you pay by e-check. For an extra fee, you may arrange to have a payment posted within one business day. You may also submit payments (check or money order only) to the SOA office or in the drop box at Aspen Lodge.

Assessments are due on the first of each month and are overdue if not paid by the 30th of each month. A late fee of $25 will be posted to accounts not paid by the 30th. Accounts 60 days past due will lose clubhouse and/or Canyon Nine privileges. Accounts 75 days past due will be sent to collections.

Assessment Payments Submitted Online You can pay your monthly assessments online from the FirstService Residential website (www.nevada.fsrconnect.com/somersett) through

The following key points are taken from the CC&Rs and Rules and Regulations:

Rules + Regulations Spotlight RENTALS

• Rental agreements must be for a term of no less than six months. • Single-family dwelling units are to be used solely for residential purposes, including private garages, guest or servants’ quarters and other outbuildings. No businesses or short-term rentals such as Airbnb are permitted. • A single family shall be defined as any number of persons related by blood, adoption or marriage living as a single-family household unit with not more than two people who are not related. • No more than three people who are not related may rent all or part of the home. • Homeowners are responsible for the conduct and any violation of the Rules, Regulations and Covenants the renters may cause. • Homeowners may sign over the rights to the Clubhouse to their renters.

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Compliance Information

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

To report a non-compliance, please email Chrissy Parker at christina.parker@fsresidential.com or call 787-4500, ext. 327. Please note that while we do investigate and document each complaint received, we cannot disclose the status of anyone’s account. Should a homeowner not respond to or correct a violation, he or she will be summoned to a hearing and could be suspended from the Club and assessed fines. At this time the Association has a policy not to enter a property unless it is bank owned, and then only to repair front-yard landscaping.

Agendas for Board of Directors’ meetings will be posted online at somersett.net at least 10 days prior to the scheduled meeting. Final minutes will be posted once they have been approved at the next scheduled meeting. For a draft copy of minutes, please submit your request to soa@mysomersett.com.

COMPLIANCE VIOLATIONS JUNE – JULY 2019 General landscaping

100

Garbage can

25

Parking/vehicular regulations

21

Unsightly items

11

Other

30

Total

187

Somersett Owners Association 2019 Meeting Schedule Any changes to the meeting dates will be updated online at somersett.net on the SOA’s Committees & Meetings page. Executive sessions and AGC meetings are not open to residents other than those on the agenda. Communications, Facilities and Finance committee meetings are open to all owners. Meetings of the Board of Directors are also open to all owners. Meetings are held at The Club at Town Center.

September 3rd

2:00 pm

Facilities

5th

9:00 am

AGC

9th

4:00 pm

Finance

17th

5:30 pm

Communications

19th

9:00 am

AGC

25th

1:00 pm

Executive

25th

5:30 pm

BOARD

October 1st

2:00 pm

Facilities

3rd

9:00 am

AGC

8th

5:30 pm

Communications

14th

4:00 pm

Finance

16th

1:00 pm

Executive

16th

5:30 pm

BOARD

17th

9:00 am

AGC

2019 Budget Workshops and Presentations*

S O A

All workshops and presentations are open to all members and are held at The Club at Town Center. SEPTEMBER 10TH FROM 4–6 PM: Recap on all budgets and review contract allocations. SEPTEMBER 18TH FROM 4–6 PM: Review financial updates to reserves. OCTOBER 9TH AT 4 PM: Presentation of the 2020 Budget for members. OCTOBER 16TH AT 5:30 PM: Board of Directors meeting will include budget approval. NOVEMBER 18TH AT 4 PM: Annual Members Meeting – budget ratification and elections. *This schedule is tentative and subject to change.

2019 Board Election There are two positions open on the Board of Directors. If you would like to serve on the Board, please complete the form included on page 28 of this issue in its entirety and return on or before October 4 to the onsite office located at The Club at Town Center. The completed forms will be reproduced and provided in a mailing to the membership. We also ask that each candidate provide a headshot via email to soa@mysomersett. com for posting on the website. Board election ballots and candidate statements will be mailed to unit owners by October 18, 2019. Nevada law requires that all directors be elected by secret written ballot. Only you can vote on your secret ballot, which must be completely filled in and placed in the envelope marked secret ballot. It will not be opened until the annual meeting on November 18. Ballots returned by U.S. Mail must be sent to The Club at Town Center, 7650 Town Square Lane, Reno, NV 89523 by November 17. Ballots may also be returned in person to the ballot boxes at either the Club or Aspen Lodge, no later than 1 pm on November 18. No ballots will be accepted at the annual meeting.

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SOMERSETT OWNERS ASSOCIATION Board Candidate Statement

2019 Election

The Annual Meeting of Members of the Somersett Owners Association will be held at 4:00PM on November 18, 2019. On the agenda will be a board election. Association members will be electing (2) two members to the all-owner board with both seats serving a two-year term.

If you would like to serve on the Board of Directors (BOD), please complete this Candidate Statement and return it by US Mail or hand-delivery by 5PM on October 4, 2019 to: The Club at Town Center, Attn: Board Election, 7650 Town Square Way, Reno, NV 89523. Name (print in full):

Association Street Address:

REQUIRED DISCLOSURES

I am the owner of a property within the Somersett Owners Association and my name appears on the Deed. I am an officer, employee, agent or director of a corporate owner of a unit, a trustee or designated beneficiary of a trust that owns a unit, a partner of a partnership that owns a unit, a member or manager of a limited-liability company that owns a unit, and a fiduciary of an estate that owns a unit. I agree that if requested I will submit documentation as proof of such for the purpose of this election and the records of the Association.

I. You must make a good faith effort to disclose any financial, business, professional or personal relationship or interest that would result or would appear to a reasonable person to result in a potential conflict of interest for the candidate if the candidate were to be elected to serve as a member of the Board of Directors. No, I do not have a potential conflict of interest. Yes, I have a potential conflict of interest.

_________ Initials

Yes, I am a member in good standing. No, I am not a member in good standing.

___________ Initials

II. You must disclose whether or not you are a member of the associaion in good standing. A candidate shall not be deemed to be in “good standing� if the candidate has any unpaid past due assessments or construction penalties that are required to be paid to the association. Please use the following lines to respond to the statutory requirements cited in I and II above.

Please briefly describe on your interest in serving, on the BOD, your goals for the Association, and professional background.

You may attach additional information regarding the information above or to support your candidacy no longer than a single page; and it must not contain anything defamatory, libelous or profane.

I request my name be placed on the ballot for the 2019 BOD election. I understand that a copy of this form, including any attachment will be mailed to all association members along with their ballot. I also understand that if elected, I am required to certify, in writing, that I have read and understand to the best of my ability, the governing documents of the Association and Chapter 116 of the Nevada Revised Statutes, within ninety (90) days of election. Signature 28

Date

If you have any questions, contact Tracy Carter, Community Manager, at 775-787-4500.


2019 Fall Pool

Program/Hours Labor Day Weekend August 31–September 2

LAP POOL HOURS Lap Swim: 7 am–11 am | 5 pm–9 pm Free Swim: 11 am–5 pm UPPER SPA Open: 7 am–9 pm PLAY POOL & LOWER SPA Open: 10 am–9 pm PLAY POOL CLOSING: The play pool, slide, slide catch pool and lower spa will be CLOSED after Labor Day for resealing of the play pool, which must be done before temperatures drop. To accommodate families during this time, we will set aside special FREE SWIM times at the Lap Pool in September. See the schedule below. UPPER SPA (After Labor Day) Weekdays: 6 am–7 pm Weekends: 7 am–7 pm LAP POOL IN SEPTEMBER Monday through Friday Lap Swim: 6 am–3 pm | 6–9 pm Free Swim: 3–6 pm Saturdays & Sundays Lap Swim: 7 am–12 pm & 5–9 pm Free Swim: 12–5 pm During free swim, one lane will remain available for lap swimming. Please note that the lap pool will not be available for lap swim use during AquaFit classes. LAP POOL USAGE – Signs at the lap pool will indicate what is taking place during the day. Look for signs reading “Lap Swim Only” posted on the lap pool gate entrance or at respective swim lane ends. LAP SWIM ETIQUETTE – Please be courteous to other lap swimmers when there is only one lane in use. Circle swimming is a good rule of thumb when there are multiple swimmers in one lane. Please stay to the right of the blue lane guide when this is appropriate. Call the Club for lap pool hours in October.

AquaFit 24 person max Mondays & Wednesdays: 2–3 pm Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9–10 am; 10:10–11 am Saturdays: 9–10 am; 10:10–11 am Join us for this invigorating and joint-friendly workout in the lap pool. Participants may sign in no earlier than 20 minutes before class. Please look for class days and times on the fitness calendar found at The Club at Town Center and online at somersett.net.

AQUATIC RULES: POOL RULES 1. Hours of operation are set by management. Swimmers are asked to use caution at all times when utilizing the pool area. Any incident should be reported to a lifeguard immediately. 2. The Lap Pool has designated times for lap swim only and free swim determined by management. 3. Children using flotation devices must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Children under the age of six must be closely supervised by an accompanying adult. 4. Children who are not bathroom dependent must wear a designated swim diaper. The club reserves the right to ask a child be removed from the water if not wearing a swim diaper. 5. Proper bathing suits are required for swimming. No cut-off shorts or thong bikinis allowed. 6. Please shower before entering the pool. 7. No diving in any area of the pool. 8. No running and jumping off the side of the pool. Members should not throw other members or children into the pool from the pool deck. 9. No glass containers of any kind permitted on the pool deck. 10. No food or drink allowed in the pool. 11. Temporary shade structures are limited to outdoor personal umbrellas. No tents, canopy or other similar personal shade structures will be permitted on the pool deck. 12. Persons with skin disorders may be denied use of the pool. 13. No pets allowed within the pool deck area. Exceptions will only be made for service animals. 14. No rafts or inflatables are permitted without approval from management. 15. No running, horseplay or water guns are permitted within the pool deck area. 16. No balls will be permitted in the pools. 17. Non-aquatic toys are not permitted in the pool. Diving rings and other pool specific toys are permitted. 18. Kickboards are for use as swimming aids and/or swimming instruction; no standing, sitting or horse play allowed. 19. The pool furniture is not to be removed from its location on the pool deck. 20. Members are not permitted to bring in outside coolers larger than 12” x 12” x 12” without prior management approval. No outside alcohol is permitted. Staff reserves the right to inspect coolers and take possession of any alcohol being brought into the facility. 21. Refrain from talking to lifeguards while they are on the stands. 22. Lifeguards’ instructions must be obeyed at all times by members and guests for maximum safety. Failure to follow rules will result in being required to leave. 23. Management may reserve portions of the pool deck for member or club-sponsored parties or events. 24. No outside decorations will be permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, streamers, balloons or confetti. SLIDE RULES 1. Swimmers must stay clear of the catch pool and slide exit area. Do not reach into the slide from the deck area. 2. Riders must exit the catch pool immediately by use of stairs. No diving from the slide into the catch pool. 3. Children less than 48 inches tall who are unable to swim may only use the slide with a parent. 3. Parents may assist their child out of the water in the catch pool if necessary, but they cannot stand in front of the slide to

catch their child. Parents may wait at the steps if needed. 4. Only one person at a time is allowed to go down the slide, excluding a parent and small child as described above. 5. Please walk up the steps and make sure the catch pool is empty before going down the slide. 6. Riders must go down on their back, feet first. 7. No flotation devices of any kind are permitted on the slide, including those in bathing suits. 8. No goggles, sunglasses, hats or any object that may fall off into the water is permitted on the slide. 9. Lifeguard instructions must be obeyed at all times by members and guests for maximum safety. SPA RULES 1. For the safety of users, the lower spa capacity is 15 swimmers at a time. 2. Children 12 years of age or younger should not use the spa for more than 10 consecutive minutes and must be supervised by an adult. 3. Extended exposure to hot water or vapors may be detrimental to the health of elderly persons and persons with heart conditions, diabetes or high or low blood pressure. 4. People with skin, ear, genital or other body infections, open sores or wounds should not use the hot tub due to the possibility of spreading infection. 5. Do not ingest water by mouth as this can cause infection and illness. Parents are to warn children not to allow water in their mouths. 6. The heat of the hot tub water speeds up the effects of alcohol and can cause sleepiness, dizziness and unconsciousness. 7. Horseplay, splashing, swimming and diving are not permitted in the spas. 8. The lower spa will close daily from 2–2:15 pm for backwashing and refilling. Management reserves the right to close the spa for additional closures as need. AQUATIC WEATHER POLICY • For the safety of members, the club follows American Red Cross guidelines for thunder and lightning. From the time staff hears thunder or sees lightning, the pool will be cleared for 30 minutes. In the case of lightning, the pool deck must be cleared due to the danger of lightning strikes. • In the case of consistent inclement weather, the manager will make the decision to close the pool for 2-hour increments to accommodate the everchanging weather patterns. If the weather improves, then the pool will reopen. Pool closing and/or opening times will be placed on the Golf Hut window, concierge desk and Facebook. • Rain passes will be issued in the case of inclement weather if the guest signed in less than one hour prior to closing time. The check-in attendant on duty will issue the rain pass to applicable guests. No cash refunds will be given. • Ice: Management reserves the right to close the pools at any time due to cold temperatures causing ice on the pool deck. • Air quality: Management reserves the right to close the pools at any time due to poor air quality. If the air quality index reaches 170 or higher, the pools will be closed due to the health and safety of residents and staff.

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september + october 2019

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

September 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Labor Day Bash SOA offices closed

Mah Jongg

Cribbage Bridge Club

Mah Jongg

Art + Painting

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Acoustic Circle Jam

Knitting + Crocheting

Coffee & Treats with Staff

Pinochle

Mah Jongg

Cribbage Bridge Club

Fireside S’Mores Mah Jongg

Art + Painting

Saturdays in the Sierras

15 16 17 18 19 20 21

Board Game Club

Knitting + Crocheting

Cribbage Mah Jongg

Pinochle

Bridge Club

Mah Jongg

Art + Painting

Adult Potluck

Book Club

22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Acoustic Circle Jam

Knitting + Crocheting

Cribbage Mah Jongg

Pinochle

Bridge Club

Mah Jongg

Board Meeting

Art + Painting Kids’ Movie Night

Fall Tennis Extravaganza

29 30 October 1 2 3 4 5

MC Believe in Education 5K & Fun Run

Knitting + Crocheting

Mah Jongg

Pinochle

Cribbage Bridge Club

Mah Jongg

Art + Painting

Fall Garage Sale

6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Fall Break Camp Begins Knitting + Crocheting

Mah Jongg

Pinochle

Cribbage Bridge Club Adult Watercolor Class 2020 Budget Presentation

Mah Jongg

Fall Break Camp Ends Art + Painting

13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Acoustic Circle Jam

Knitting + Crocheting

Mah Jongg

Pinochle

Cribbage Bridge Club Book Club Adult Watercolor Class Board Meeting

Mah Jongg

Art + Painting Haunted House

Touch-A-Truck & Fall Festival Saturday in the Sierras

20 21 22 23 24 25 26

Board Game Club

Knitting + Crocheting

Art + Painting Mah Jongg

Pinochle

Cribbage Bridge Club

Mah Jongg

Kids’ Nevada Day Camp

Adult Potluck

Kids’ Movie Night

27 28 29 30 31

Acoustic Circle Jam

Knitting + Crocheting Pinochle

Mah Jongg

Cribbage Bridge Club

Mah Jongg

Color coding system for events throughout Somersett Living and all SOA Communications are: BROWN: Events for residents with access to The Club at Town Center. BLUE: SOA events open to all residents, including Sierra Canyon. GREEN: Events at the SGCC; open to all residents. PURPLE: Public events; open to anyone.

Check out page 4 for information on all of the great weekly clubs open to ALL residents!

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