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April 14, 2018   2 – 4 at Fireside Lodge

Come out and meet the candidates before the upcoming AGM on April 28. It’s important to have a say in what happens at the Glen so come get involved and see who will have your best interest in mind.  If you can make this meeting but not the AGM there will be absentee ballots, envelopes & stamps available for you to mail in.

The meeting is followed by an information session covering the following topics:

Accounting – Roy Lentz specializes in the tax laws for non-residents of the US selling property and dealing with capital gains. He will do a presentation and answer any questions you might have.

Pest control– Orkin will give talk on those pesky rodent’s and raccoons etc. that want to live with us in our trailers; their habits and traits, control methods and services.

Recycling and refuse etc.- Aaron will talk on recycling and give general info on the workings of the Glen. We all might learn something new.

RFID gate cards- The Glen’s new gate security system is coming soon. No more loose gate cards. We will update you on the process.

 Glen Water System – 1,219 standpipes, how to find leaks, how to keep them from freezing and how to maintain them. Our water is one of our most valuable resources.

To better help us prepare for this event please use the link below to advise if you plan on attending or not.

Coffee, tea and treats supplied.

Dianne Lust, CCC Chair.

Proposed Calendar for CCC 2018

May 19:  Music in the Meadow:  2 – 6:30, Riverside Lodge.

June 2:    Wine tasting event, 2-5 Fireside Lodge.

July 14:    Paint event: 1-4 Fireside Lodge.

July 28:   Beer & Cider Event, 2-5 Fireside Lodge.

Aug 4:     Ice Cream at the Book Nook 9-1.

Aug 25:   Music in the Meadow, 2-6:30 Riverside Lodge.

Sept 22:  Ladies time: 2-5 Riverside Lodge.

Oct 27:    Winter Beer & Cider Event 2-4 Fireside Lodge.


Community Connections Committee 2017

It’s been another busy year for the Community Connections Committee with plenty of work for our small group and the many member-volunteers and Glen staff who all worked so hard to make this year a success.

As committee chair, I would like to thank the members of our team for the many hours that they volunteered planning, preparing and implementing these very popular and positive community events.  Thanks also to the many hard-working volunteers who shopped, prepped and cooked, poured beer and wine, served appetizers, ice-cream or popcorn, counted cash, sold tickets, carried trays, set up chairs, tables and tents, gathered bouquets of flowers and generally just worked hard for the fun of it; we simply couldn’t have done it without you!  And many thanks to our own Glen staff for the valuable work they do behind the scenes to ensure everything is in place and that we are as ready as we can be on “game day”.

Let’s not forget you, our fellow Glen members.  Thanks for taking the time to support these events with your attendance and your money, bringing us closer together through your participation.  And a big shout out to our Community partners.  As our committee name suggests, our success is wholly dependent on the connections we make to the community outside our gates.   Again, this year we are so grateful to the generous businesses, food-vendors, musicians, wine merchants, the hobby brewers and ice-cream makers whose determined efforts made our events so successful.

 Events the CCC brought you in 2017

April 22   AGM Volunteers appreciation dinner

May 13    Info Session

May 20    Music in the Meadow concert

June 24    Wine tasting

July 22     Beer & Cider tasting

Aug 5      Ice Cream at the Glen

Aug 26    Music in the Meadow concert

Oct 14     Info Session

Oct 28     Winter Beer & Cider tasting

We sponsored

 Back East BBQ, Badd Dog Blues, Uncle Fish DJ, Masquerade Wine Company, Mt. Baker Vineyards & Winery, Samson Estates Winery, Special T Graphics, Cash & Carry, Pear Tree Design, Edaleen Ice Cream,  Aslan Brewing, Scuttlebutt Brewing, One Tree Hard Cider, Tieton Ciderworks, Midnight Legend, Cicchitti’s Pizza, Kurlys’s Kart, Kendall Fire Department, Kelly Insurance, Hardware Sales, Skagit Bank, People Line, JMT Golf Carts, Mark Frye Realtor, Ecliptic Brewing, Hale’s Ales, Pfriem Family Brewers, Pike Brewing, Reuben’s Brews, Washington Gold Cider, Incline Cider Company.

Together, we raised for the Stage Fund $1,326.98 and, in addition we donated back to the community in support for free concerts over 1,165.00.

 Dianne Lust

Chair CCC




Oct 14, 2017   2 – 4 at Fireside Lodge

Buying and Selling Property  at The Glen: Realtor Mark Frye answered all sorts of questions about what needs to be done, the roles of realtors, escrow agents and title officers. How to add people to the deed (land) and title (trailer).

Winterizing your golf cart:  Mike from JMT Carts explained the necessary steps in preparing your golf cart for winter. Awaiting a hand out from Mike and will include it as soon as I receive it.

Glen Water System : our own Joe Richardson and Brent Davis explained all about our stand pipes, how to detect leaks and keep them from freezing in winter. Our water is a valuable resource that must be looked after so checking for leaks regularly by members will help us save water. The following link gives information about our standpipes.

Winterizing your trailer:  Joe and Brent told us all about general maintenance and tips to help new owners and old alike winterize their trailer.

Dianne Lust

CCC Chair





 Oct 14, 2017   2 – 4 at Fireside Lodge

Come out and get valuable information on the following topics.

Glen Water System – 1,219 standpipes on member lots must be checked regularly by members for leaks. Find out how to detect leakage and how to fix the problem. Help is available!

Winterizing your trailer along with general maintenance tips to help new owners and old alike.

Winterizing your golf cart – Mike from JMT Carts will do a quick session about preparing your golf cart for winter.

Buying and Selling property at The Glen: what needs to be done, the roles of realtors, escrow agents and title officers. How to add people to the deed (land) and title (trailer).

To better help us prepare for this event please use the link below to advise if you plan on attending or not.

Coffee, tea and treats supplied.

Dianne Lust

CCC Chair



The Glen CCC: Winter Beer & Cider Tasting


The Glen’s Community Connections Committee (CCC) is excited to announce a Winter Beer & Cider Tasting event on Saturday October 28th, 2017 from 2pm-4pm at Fireside Lodge. For those who loved the recent summer beer and cider tasting and would like to see some winter beers and ciders, come out and enjoy the afternoon tasting.

Tickets are only $15 (US). They can be ordered in advance, charged to your Glen account or paid for at the door. Tickets include a limited-edition beer tasting glass, 5 beer tastings (additional tastings available), appetizers and a door prize ticket. Some craft beer and cider may be available for purchase. We encourage you to preorder tickets on line so we can supply the appropriate amount of food. Unreserved attendance is $20 at the door, cash or charge to your account for your convenience.

To purchase tickets please use the following link:

Thanks for your support. Dianne Lust

Chair: Community Connections Committee




MUSIC IN THE MEADOW AUG 26, 2017-08-30The CCC would like to thank all the volunteers and everyone who supported another Music in the Meadow Concert to help raise funds for the permanent Glen Community Stage. We hope you all enjoyed the band Midnight Legend and all their encores as well as our own DJ Fish who, once again, kept everyone entertained before and after the band. Our food trucks Kurly’s Kart and Cicchittis Pizza fed us well and we sold over 500 food tickets.


A special thanks to Linda who donated all those fantastic artisan cookies that raised $269 and to Darlene who visited folks and collected another $246. Thanks too to those that donated at the ticket sales location and the food carts.  Altogether we raised over $675 at this event. Thanks to your support it has enabled us to raise over $1,300.00 since May this year for the stage fund. We look forward to more Music in the Meadow concerts and other fun events next year as we get even closer to our new stage.

If anyone wasn’t able to donate at the concert the link below is still live for anyone wishing to do so and you can charge it to your Glen account.

Thanks so much for your support.

Dianne Lust, Chair CCC .

                          Second Annual Beer & Cider Tasting Thanks

On July 22, 2017, we held our Second Annual Beer and Cider Tasting with 141 participants which is our best tasting event to date. This year it was great to promote Aslan Brewing from Bellingham, Scuttlebutt Brewery from Everett, Rambling Route Cider from Yakima and Washington Gold Cider from Lake Chelan. Due to the popularity of the event and requests for different products we will add dark beers and more flavours of cider for the next tasting.

Door prizes went to Rob in Div. 6, Sang in Div. 1, Ingeberg in Div. 5, Angela in Div. 6, Jen in Div. 5 and Phyllis in Div. 7.

The proceeds from this event will help sponsor the next Music in the Meadow August 26th.

The CCC team thanks all the many volunteers who made this event such a success, we couldn’t do it without you.

Dianne Lust

Community Connections Committee, CCC.


Aug 5 – Edaleen Ice Cream at the Book Nook for the lot to lot garage sale, 9 to 1 PM

This years Ice Cream Event was another great success serving over 230 cups. Thanks to all your support.


August 26 – MUSIC IN THE MEADOW II  Riverside Field

The CCC (our Glen Community Connections Committee) is proud to bring you it’s second concert, this time featuring Bellingham’s MIDNIGHT LEGEND from 3-6, Aug 26th.

We are also excited to have UNCLE FISH, DJ back to entertain you before the concert from 2-3, during the break and again from 6-6:30.

In addition, we will have CICCHITTIS PIZZA and KURLY’s KART food trucks this time to ensure that you don’t go hungry and don’t have to wait in lines.

All welcome rain or shine. Bring your own chairs, toe-tappin grass stompin shoes and a good ole appetite.

This is one of our ways to raise funds for a new and permanent stage. Donations at this event will go directly to our Glen Community Stage Fund.  What better way to raise stage funds than to put on another concert. For your convenience and in case you can’t attend you can also donate to the stage fund by clicking here

For food truck info, including menus, and to pre-order food vouchers please click here

Have a great afternoon connecting again with your community.

Popcorn, ice cold water and pop as well as special treats will also be available for sale.

Any questions contact Dianne Lust

Chair: Community Connections Committee.


May 13 – Info Session Fireside Lodge 2 to 4, Banking, fire safety, VOIP phones and internet will be discussed.

May 20 – Music in the Meadow concert and Food Truck event at Riverside Meadow,  3 to 6 PM


The Community Connections Committee would like to extend a whole-hearted thank you to all of the Glen members and staff for your wonderful support of our first Music in the Meadow concert held on Saturday May 20th. Your energetic response provided an awesome finish to the many weeks of preparation and anticipation leading up to this event.

Our thanks also, goes out to our four entertainers of the Badd Dog Blues Band, whose rhythm and blues echoed through the Glen for 3 full hours; and to our own “Uncle Fish DJ” for prepping the crowd with his boundless array of tunes and his DJ skills.   Thanks also to Back East BBQ for their untiring efforts that kept us well fed with great barbecued dishes and wholesome salads and sides. It was a great day weather-wise and your participation made it an especially memorable event.

In addition, we would like you to know proceeds from your participation in our previous events (Wine Tasting, Edaleen ice-cream event and Octoberfest Beer Tasting) meant that we were able to make Music in the Meadow a complimentary concert. And it gets better yet: because of your generous contributions at the concert we are proud to announce that we have collected over $850 dollars for the Glen Community Association Stage Fund.

For those of you who wanted to donate to the Stage Fund but did not have cash on hand at the event, or for those who were unable to attend and want to contribute to this great cause, please use the link below. With a mouse click, you can donate directly using your Glen account. Your donation will be documented and will appear on your next quarterly statement.

Thanks again for your generous support from all of us at the Community Connections Committee.


Dianne Lust chair: Community Connections Committee


June 24 – SECOND ANNUAL WINE TASTING at Fireside Lodge, 2 to 5 PM

The Glen’s Community Connections Committee (CCC) is excited to announce its SECOND ANNUAL WINE TASTING.

Come out and enjoy tastes of local Washington State wineries right at your doorstep. Meet your fellow Glen owners and enjoy good wine, paired with appetizers. Included are 5 wine tastings, a limited edition Glen logo wine glass and a ticket for door prizes.

Fireside Lodge 2 PM to 5 PM

Saturday June 24, 2017

$15 reserved in advance, $20 unreserved at the door

US $ can be charged to your Glen Account for your convenience

Must be at least 21 with ID

 Meet Wine Experts and representatives from our local wineries.





Wines for purchase available at the event

Helping support the Glen Stage Fund

Contact Dianne Lust at for any questions











July 22 – SECOND ANNUAL CRAFT BEER AND CIDER TASTING at Fireside Lodge from 2 PM to 5 PM.

The Glen’s Community Connections Committee (CCC) is excited to announce its Second Annual Craft Beer and Cider Tasting event on Saturday July 22, 2017 from 2-5 at Fireside Lodge. For those who would like to see what local Washington State craft brewers have in store, come out and enjoy their offerings. Local craft beers have become the rage in the Pacific Northwest and the CCC is excited to introduce Glen members to some of the local crafters and this year we have added some local cider tasting as well.

The entrance fee of $15 reserved in advance and $20 unreserved at the door will include a limited edition Glen logo beer glass, some tastings, snacks, door prize ticket and if you find something to your liking you can purchase some products for off sales.

Please click here for tickets

Dianne Lust

Chair: Community Connections Committee (CCC)