Another BIG draw was the Root Beer Floats and brownies served by our Men’s group. Very tasty on a warm, humid day.
You might be at home right now imagining a root beer float or maybe just a component of one. Sounds good to you so you walk over to your refrigerator and look inside...nope, no root beer. You open the freezer door, someone picked through the Neopolitan and only the pink junk is left. Blech, doesn't work for a float. So, you realize you're in a fix but the answer suddenly shines forth...
YOU COULD BE AT VALLEY VIEW COOPERATIVE!!
Now you're realizing they do things like this all the time and that Open House they just had would have been a great time to visit Valley View and see for yourself. So you decide to click right here and contact our Property Manager Shannon to set up a time to come visit us! Sigh...what a relief that there is an answer to your dilemma.
And everyone lived happily ever after.
People Reaching Out to People!
Again, the residents of Valley View Cooperative showed their support and generosity for the children in our community. At our coffee gathering in July we our residents gave a gift of $1,250.00 cash plus 49 lbs. in school supplies.
Again Elizabeth Stroner of the Eden Prairie Police joined us and gave a big “Thank you” for the support and the gener,osity. There is great JOY in giving to others.
The Valley View Men’s Coffee Group has been getting together for the past 15 to 20 years, and it is “growing”. About 14 to 20 men meet every afternoon at 3 p.m. for discussion, treats, laughs and coffee. They discuss every topic under the sun, ranging from world affairs, good eating places, old cars they have owned, jokes, pancake breakfast, “salt”, farming, military times and “try” to remember yesterday’s topics.
Two characteristics define these men, they have become good friends and they all serve in a variety of ways to make our cooperative our home. It's just another way to keep 'em young!
On May 19, 2018 Valley View Cooperative had their biannual Open House that is open to the public as well as for those who have registered for the opportunity to purchase their own unit. It is always a very fun time and is a great opportunity for those in the market that are 55 years old and better to see exactly what Valley View Cooperative of Eden Prairie has to offer.
As we get a bit older it is a fantastic option for those who have decided (or realized?) that owning a home or renting is not always the best option. Living at Valley View Cooperative is a very good option for many. You no longer have to maintain your house and all the responsibilities that come with it. Unexpected repairs, assessments, etc., can make life difficult as most all of us have encountered on at least a few occasions.
The options? Valley View Cooperative is a great place to start. Gone are the days where you will have to replace doors, windows, roofs, driveways, mow the lawn, and the list goes on. A common phrase we often hear from our residents is that they wished they had made the transition 5 years earlier than they did. There is plenty of room for family to visit and there are even flower and vegetable gardens you can participate with and reap the fruits of your labor. Each resident has their own story of how deciding to live at V V C has been a great decision for them.
Holidays are a wonderful example of how meaningful living here has been to them. Many times family lives in other parts of the country and holidays can be quite lonesome and apartment living (rent) usually does not provide the sense of family we all need. At Valley View if you want to spend your holiday alone you are certainly welcome to do so but you might want people you come to know and trust to be near and have consistency surrounding you. Every holiday is taken into consideration and you will always have great people and food that is TOO good to miss just a few steps away. Sure, you might still miss your family sometimes but the difference close by friends can make is a great salve when needed.
Our Property Manager, Shannon (left in photo) can help you get the information you need to be placed on the V V C waiting list or alert you to our next Open House later this year. In the meantime, visit our FAQ's Page to learn a bit more about Valley View Cooperative.
May 19, 2018 from 1-3PM, Valley View Cooperative will be hosting an Open House for prospective residents to come and view what we have to offer, and it is a lot.
This will be a pleasant and relaxed time to tour our building, get to know some of our residents and have your questions answered. Come and learn for yourself all the reasons why Valley View Cooperative may be the prefect fit for you.
Beverages and pie will be served.