The July issue of the Mountain Monitor is sure to check it out 

The Annual elections were held and the two new board members are Debra Wallace and Kathy DeLucas.  A list of the HOA board and their contact info is now in the folder:  Governing Documents.
The annual water report has been posted in "Governing Documents"  for homeowners to read


Golf to open May 15–Clubhouse will remain closed

The VEHA golf course will open on Friday, May 15th and remain open for the summer unless the governor issues a new public health order requiring courses to close. No more than four players are allowed in a group and each player is responsible for maintaining appropriate social distancing. There will be no ball washers on the course and no rake in the bunker on hole number 2. Players hitting from the sand are allowed to improve their lie in accordance with the local rule. Players are encouraged to wet a portion of their golf towel and use it to clean their ball and/ or clubs. Players should not remove the flags from any hole to putt or to retrieve their ball. The cups will be partially blocked so players can retrieve their ball without removing the flag. Pull carts will not be available for rent.

The board will consult with the Golf Committee in the next week to decide under what circumstances, if any, to schedule golf tournaments this summer. When the decision is made, we will post notices at the clubhouse and by email.

Due to the risks posed by COVID-19, the VEHA board has decided not to open the clubhouse, the swimming pool or the children’s playground this summer. Anyone wishing to purchase a golf membership should contact the VEHA Treasurer, Ed Fogarty, via email (best method): [email protected] or via phone at 575-758-7862, to make arrangements. The board is in the process of hiring someone to collect greens fees by credit card only from nonmembers who wish to play the course.

Please enjoy the golf course and keep everyone safe this summer.

Jim Sorenson
VEHA President

for questions or comments email [email protected]

Earlier in March 2020, VEHA’s board approved two new policies and a rule change that were required or recommended by VEHA’s  insurance carriers.  The new policies and the revised rules have been added to VEHA’s website in the “Homeowners” section under “Governing Documents.”  The policies relate to discrimination and sexual harassment and to the use of VEHA computers and internet service.  The rule change requires special event liability insurance for large event rentals of VEHA's facilities.  There changes will be addressed in the next VEHA newsletter and also at the annual meeting.

Valle Escondido, Spanish for Hidden Valley, is a northern New Mexico community nestled in the Sangre de Cristo mountains at an elevation of about 8500 feet. The community is made up of permanent and part-time residents with a variety of interests and backgrounds who share a love of t
his place. Besides the beautiful scenery and weather,  Valle Escondido is a perfect place for golf and has a nine-hole course which is open to the public. The “walking-only” course is great for all levels of players. Watering is restricted to the tee boxes and the greens, leaving the fairways to rely on mother nature for water. The whole course is groomed and maintained to insure it plays as well as possible. This type of maintenance respects the environment as well as the history of the sport.  The Clubhouse, with a full bar and a deli operation, is a welcome oasis after a round or anytime you want food, drinks and fun.  Come play with us!

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