Upcoming events!
August 31 :  Labor Day Tourney 9:00 a.m.
     Potluck Happy hour 5:00 to 9:00 Potluck (eat) at 6:30

Homeowners' Meeting 2:00 - 4:00 pm Clubhouse Annex

The Tartan Tourney was a wonderful success. Everyone did their part to make this another fun day full friendly competition. From Kilts to Brats the Tartan Spirit filled the mountains with music from the bagpipes and whoops from the teams as they made their shots. The winners of this years tournament are listed below. Scroll through some pics of this year's event in the rotating pictures above. 

Men's Division:
First Place:   Dominic Martinez, Marty Lucelle, Jonathan Stewart, Jim Fambro
Second Place: Paul Ortiz, Mark Chavez, Tom Springer

Couples Division: 
First Place: Edie Elkjer, Bill Elkjer, Rosalinda Lacy and Randall Korinek
Second Place: Kathy Yeo, Ron Yeo, Margie Dlabaj and Chuck Dlabaj

Please be BEAR AWARE!!!  
We have some bears who have moved down the mountain and into our Valle. For your safety and theirs, PLEASE make sure to bring in your hummingbird and bird feeders at night! The bears are omnivores and their excellent noses will lead them right to your feeders. Your feeders do not stand a chance with the bears. Even if they are up in a tree - the bear will find a way. An adult can weigh between 150-200 pounds. You really don't want to meet him on the porch. 
Your cooperation in bringing in the feeders will help send them to other sources of food. 

Thanks to Scott Boomer and his crew of Carl and Marty the Greens have been aerated and top dressed! Chuck Dlabaj, Mike Mahoney, Pat James, John Coble, Jim Sorensen, Mike Miera, John Billing, and Ron Stock helped to make the job a lot easier for our staff.
The July Mountain Monitor is available. HERE

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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