(This went out as a newsletter to our Las Catalinas mailing list today)
Dear Friend of Las Catalinas,
In the past year I think many of us at Las Catalinas have begun to more greatly appreciate the importance of what we are doing. Our purpose is to create a better way to live, one that is healthier, more satisfying, more fun, and more sustainable. Granted, we are a small fish in a very big sea, but we really see this happening. Thousands of children have now had their first taste of freedom in our town. Tens of thousands of people have gotten a great reminder of how wonderful it is to have physical activity be a normal part of daily life, of how important it is to be surrounded by beauty, of how nice it is to be more connected to the rhythms of the natural world, and how profoundly good it feels to be in a place where having pleasant neighborly interactions with the people around you is so natural and effortless.
Building a town is not the easiest thing in the world to do. But man, when it works out like this, it is so worth it! :)
Our town grew dramatically in the past year and more exciting things are coming up this year. Without question Las Catalinas is more fun, more satisfying, and more compelling than ever before, and it will just keep getting better. I am happy to share some news from the year just finished and a peek at some things that are coming up:
As always thank you very much for your support of Las Catalinas. I hope to see you here very soon!
Managing Partner, Las Catalinas
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