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I’m stepping up my efforts on myROCUSA.org

It’s the morning after I returned from Washington, D.C., to meet up with my fellow ROC Association Directors — Coleen and Natividad — accompanied by Paul. Once again it was a complete whirlwind of work combined with fun … More »

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Best Annual Meeting Ever!

Good Day To All, I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. I wanted to share a few pictures with all of you from our Annual Meeting we had this past Saturday. Wow what a great time we all … More »

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Spring Has Sprung!

Here is the Great Northwest our neighbors have been doing a great job spring cleaning. I have noticed many power washers in use. That is one job that is so gratifying. It’s amazing what some pride and focus … More »

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Schedule some time just to have fun

Spring has sprung in the Great Northwest. Our community spends the first Saturday of the month, from May to October/November, at “Fire Pit Fun.” This is our second year hosting the event, and the month of May brought … More »

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Charity that pays a dividend

Hi everyone, Here at Park Plaza Cooperative in friendly Fridley, Minn., we have a clothing collection box onsite for residents to recycle their gently used clothing items and such. Every quarter, we receive a small check in return. … More »

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Hello My ROC Neighbors

For me personally, I cannot thank the Seattle Seahawks enough. Since I moved into my home, it has been a football hub. It’s been so much fun to see my ROC neighbors at my ROC/home enjoying many, morning/afternoon/evening … More »

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WANTED: Your opinions!

This week residents are getting a gentle little nudge, a prod, a tiny push from Paul Bradley and from us – your always friendly ROC Association Directors – to provide some grassroots input as ROC USA works to … More »

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In cooperatives, “they” are “we”

You’ve heard it. I’ve heard it. … “They won’t help.” “They want to spend money we don’t have.” “They never come to meetings.” “They think we’re the landlord.” On and on and on it goes. When I hear … More »