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The Green Valley Council office is now open. Masks are required even if you are fully vaccinated. There are notary services by appointment only. Please call 520-648-1936 or email@example.com. Our office hour are Monday – Thursday from 8 to 4. Friday the office is closed to visitors, however we do take calls from 8 to 4.
Hawaii comes to Historic Canoa Ranch
A Benefit Gala
Two Guys and a Sherry,
25 March, 2021
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Manning Senior Lawn
Historic Canoa Ranch
There will be a short intermission
Admission is $10 (limit 100 people)
Please consider donating a box of cereal or Macaroni and Cheese for the Food Bank.
All Proceeds go to support Historic Canoa Ranch and the local area Food Banks.
Please click this pay link to purchase tickets.
Staff are standing by to help GVR members in good standing who need assistance to vote online in the 2021 GVR Board of Directors election. Helpers are stationed at Canoa Ranch, East Center, and Las Campanas Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm (except the lunch hour). Members must bring their voter code and their valid member card to the center. Lost your voter code? Call (520) 838-0144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Voter codes were included in the Notice of Annual Meeting that was mailed via USPS on February 19. Only household that had dues paid in full by January 29, or had applied for MAP or a Monthly Payment Plan, received voter codes.
Voting online is quick and easy! Members will swipe their cards to initiate an online session at a GVR computer kiosk. They will find an icon on the screen that, when clicked, will take them straight to the election website. After entering their voter code, the ballot will appear. Voters may click the photos of the board members to review their campaign information or if they have already done their homework, simply check the boxes of the four candidates they prefer.
On March 8, 9, 10 and ll over 2900 Green Valley residents received their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at the Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital. Roughly 700 per day. Thanks to the Green Valley Fire District, SAV and the SCVRH for their efforts to get this done. This was truly a joint effort by Green Valley’s finest.
At this time we have no information when we will be receiving more Vaccine in Green Valley. Please keep an eye peeled to the local media outlets, including the Green Valley Council for any information regarding the vaccines availability.
Second Dose of the Moderna Vaccine for Covid-19
People who received their first dose of the Moderna Vaccine in Green Valley are scheduled to receive their second dose the week of March 8, 2021.
If you registered electronically—by email—for your first vaccine, you should have received an email last week prompting you to register for your second shot. If you have not registered, please do so by email, immediately.
NOTE: You must register by email to receive your second shot.
If you registered a dependent, electronically…and
If you received an email but your dependent did not receive a separate
If you tried and failed to register your dependent electronically for the
Please come with your dependent on the day and time you have been confirmed for your second shot. Please call the following number so that we have a record of both your names and scheduled appointment: 520-848-4903 on Wednesday, March 3rd.
If you have further questions, please call 520-848-4903, beginning Wednesday, March 3, 2021, at 8:00 AM when the phone will be monitored.
If the telephone is busy, please leave a message with your name and phone number, and your call will be returned.
Second Round Vaccines
“In early February, 3000 Green Valley area residents received their first COVID 19 vaccine doses at either the Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital or at the Community Performing Arts Center (CPAC) and have been eagerly waiting to see when their second dose would be scheduled. These doses are finally arriving and will be delivered March 8th-11th,” according to Debbie Kenyon with the Green Valley Council (GVC).
Based on the limited availability of the vaccine, it was unknown when second round doses would be available, which kept health care workers from scheduling the second round of doses for these individuals. Working with Pima County Health Department, local leaders have been assured that these doses will be available and will start scheduling appointments immediately.
Appointments will be made in two ways, according to Chief Chuck Wunder with the Green Valley Fire District. “For those who registered in the State system for their first dose and have an email address on file, you will receive an email notification prompting you to log in to the system to confirm your appointment. For those who were registered at a vaccination site, or for those who do not have an email address on file, you will be contacted by a representative from the GVC to receive the date and time of your scheduled second-round appointment. Please be patient with this process. I anticipate it will take until Wednesday March 3rd to complete all notifications,” said Wunder. If you have not been emailed or contacted by phone by Wednesday March 3rd please call the Green Valley Council, at 520-848-4903. This line will not be monitored until Wednesday, March 3rd at 8:00 a.m.
One big change that should be noted is that all these second-round vaccinations will be done at Santa Cruz Valley Regional Hospital. None will occur at CPAC. It is also important to note that these doses are restricted to the same individuals who received them in early February, and that there will be no walk-in traffic or opportunities for a first dose vaccines. “We are hopeful that more doses will be coming in the near future, but for now it is important to complete these second doses,” said Wunder.