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Barcelona 3 Condo Association Annual Meeting & Election

Hello to all residents,

As we start off 2022, in much of the same way we started off 2021 (dealing with the pandemic), I would like to share some tips on how to stay positive during these difficult times.

  • Remember all the things and people you have to be thankful for

  • Stay connected with loved ones and friends

  • Remember one good and happy memory each day and smile

  • Have things to look forward to, no matter how small

  • Find new hobbies or things you have enjoyed in the past. Perhaps reading, music, art, movies....

When we are feeling negative, it can be easy to cut ourselves off from those around us. Making an effort to focus on good things in our lives or things you enjoy doing each day can be an important way to stay positive during these stressful times.

Always Remember: You can't have a positive life with a negative mind!

I want to reach out this morning and encourage all of you to attend our Annual Meeting tonight at 6 pm via Zoom. In past years, this meeting was always a big event. There were refreshments, desserts, and a LOT of drama! Although things have calmed down considerably from meetings past of people being threatened to be thrown through windows (not a typo), we still want to make this meeting exciting and memorable!

We can't have an in-person meeting this evening so there won't be a chance to gather and enjoy refreshments. However, our board is looking forward to planning more social events and positive experiences for our residents once the Covid threat recedes, mask mandates are removed, and we can resume a sense of normalcy again.

We would very much like to hear your ideas and we welcome volunteers to help plan and organize these events. You don't need to be a board member to help your building! Anyone and everyone can participate and help bring our ideas to reality.

One last thing I'd like to mention is my desire to ensure all residents can read the board's written correspondence in their native language. There are several owners/residents that are not fluent in English and cannot understand the board's emails, letters, door-drops, etc. I don't want these people feeling excluded and uninformed. Therefore, I am asking if anyone in the building who is fluent in Russian would consider donating their time to translate the ocassional letters and notifications the board sends around to all units. I feel very strongly about residents from all ethnic backgrounds feeling included and informed with building matters. It is also important everyone understands our rules and regulations as well as important building updates. If you are interested in helping us achieve this goal, please contact us using this link to our website.

Thank you and I look forward to seeing you all tonight!

Best Regards,

Goran Yordanoff



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