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October 2010 Arbor Greene’s Semi-Annual Garage Sale It’s that time again to break out the things that we don’t use or need anymore. Arbor Greene’s Bi-Annual Garage Sale will be held on October 16th, from 8AM-12 Noon. Planning to sell items this year? Here are a few helpful ideas to sell your goodies: - Place big ticket items next to the street, such as strollers and furniture. - Arrange tables so items are neatly displayed to allow people to inspect them. - Keep all books and CDs with spines showing. - Have an electrical outlet or extension cord available so that people can test electronic products. Or are you planning on buying treasures? Here are a few suggestions for buyers: - Plan a route and start early. Early birds get the worm. - Wear sensible walking shoes. - Make sure you bring smaller bills, in case the seller doesn't have change. - Clean out your car so you have enough space for hauling your purchases. Oh, if you like to haggle, don’t drive up in a luxury car. Sellers probably won’t be as compromising. Donate Unsold Yard Sale Items and Help Change Lives Wondering what to do with items that don't sell during the Community garage sale? Donate them to Goodwill!! The Goodwill trailer will be located near the Community Center on Arbor Creek Drive near the tennis courts on Saturday, October 16th, from 9AM - 4PM to accept your donations. Goodwill will provide a receipt for tax purposes. You can also drop off donations at the Goodwill Wesley Chapel Store off of SR-56 and I-75. If you have questions, please call Goodwill at 888-279-1988 x 1440. Your donations of clothing and household items support Goodwill's services for people who are disabled, elderly or unemployed. Thank you in advance, your donations are changing lives. Household chemicals, paint etc. may be taken to the Hillsborough County Collection site on the first three Saturdays of each month. For more information and location, call the Solid Waste Management Division at 272-5680.

Community Meetings 1. The next CDD Budget Workshop will be October 21st at 6:30PM in the Gathering Room. 2. The next CDD Meeting will be October 25th at 6:30PM in the Gathering Room. 3. HOA Meetings: HOA Violations Committee will meet at 7PM on October 19th. The HOA Design Review Board will meet at 6PM on October 26th followed by the HOA Meeting at 7PM. All meetings are held in the Gathering Room. IN THIS ISSUE… Community Activities.…………...............2, 3 Yard Debris Disposal…......…….................11 Message from the HOA……...………..……3 Neighborhood Watch….………...………...12 Halloween Pizza Form……..………….…....4 Tennis News...….….……...…...….….….....14 Handbill Law 6-171...……...…....………......6 Activities Calendar..……..…….…..…..….15


Community Activities

The final approved CDD Meeting and CDD Budget Workshop Minutes are published on the Arbor Greene website at www.arborgreene.org.

Attention New Residents!

AG CDD Board of Supervisors John Brickley, Chairman Christine Nelson, Co-Vice Chairperson Mike Lozicki, Co-Vice Chairperson Dorsey Yawn, Assistant Secretary Adam Tanenbaum, Assistant Secretary

Avalon Estuary Estuary Preserve Preserve

Arbor Greene HOA Board of Directors Lisa Tesh, President Mike Candella, Vice President Mike Konicek, Treasurer Annmarie Miccolis, Secretary Betty Jackson, Director Sheryl Greenlee, Director Dhanni Sukhai, Director Jeff Couturier, Ameri-Tech Prop Mgmt

Parkview Preserve Landing Estuary Heather Sound Parkview Enclave 968-8008 X102

Administrative Mgr.

Barbara Koscinski

991-9226

Bob Farrell

991-9741

The Arbor Greene website: www.arborgreene.org has useful information to help with your transition to our community. You will find everything from CDD Meeting and Budget Workshop Minutes, babysitting and pet sitting to residents’ recommendations Arbor Greene CDD Staff for a reliable landscaper. You will also find links to imHarve Turner 991-9226 portant City and County services, including Police, Fire, General Manager aggenmgr@tampabay.rr.com Schools and Waste Management, etc. Additionally, there Newsletter Editor Tawny Kondrick 991-9226 is a community bulletin board to see what is on the agnewsletter@tampabay.rr.com minds of your fellow residents.

Welcome to Arbor Greene!!

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Club Manager

Free Notary Service for Arbor Greene Residents Contact Barbara Koscinski or Tawny Kondrick, Monday through Friday 9AM-4PM, in the Administration Office. Please call 991-9226, before arriving. Photo ID is required Since October 2009, Barbara and Tawny have notarized 251 documents for Arbor Greene residents!!

The Arbor Greene Gazette Newsletter The CDD is trying to save money by reducing our mailing and printing costs. Read your Gazette online. The next month’s Gazette is posted on the Arbor Greene Website, www.arborgreene.org, by the third week of the month. Go Green!! Save time, trees and money. If you would like to stop receiving a hard copy of the newsletter and read it online earlier than your neighbors, please e-mail Tawny, the Newsletter Editor at: agnewsletter@tampabay.rr.com, or call 991-9226. ARBOR GREENE GAZETTE ● OCTOBER 2010

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Maintenance Mgr.

Gary Smith

928-9226

agmaint@tampabay.rr.com

Arbor Greene Activity Directors Aerobics Book Club BUNCO Girl Scouts Mahjong MOMS Club Neighborhood Watch Personal Training Personal Training Social Activities Swim Team/Lessons Tennis Triathlon Coaching Yoga Zumba

CarolAnn Diane Wheeler Carol Trzaska Rhonda Hess Julia Rogers Stacie McIntyre Paul & Hally Boucher Davida Constant CarolAnn Valerie Casey Julia Lamb Alan Williams Doug Kugley Ruben Vasquez Lilliana Sanchez

408-0804 994-9262 994-7312 929-3062 994-2507 994-9605 453-7295 240-1375 408-0804 317-8886 240-9428 610-7301 995-4628 727-892-3320 362-3189

Devonshire HOA Board of Directors Stuart Marofsky, President Julia Rogers, Vice-President Peggy Grusnick, Treasurer Linda Lewis, Secretary Robert Hennig, Board Member at Large

Carriage Homes HOA Residents of Carriage Homes should report Community and Maintenance issues to Nick Disparte, HOA Property Manager, Rizzetta & Company at 994-1001. PAGE 2


Community Activities Arbor Greene Book Club

Message from the Arbor Greene HOA

The Arbor Greene Book Club will meet October 11th at 7PM and on the Mondays listed below, in the Gathering Room. Please join us for discussion of the listed books. All are welcome to join us and/or to make book suggestions for future discussion. Point of contact is Diane Wheeler, 994-9262.

Florida Friendly Landscape -The HOA has incorporated Florida Friendly landscape and sod options into our Design Review Guidelines. The full amended guideline will be posted on the Arbor Greene website. Previously, 20% of the lot was required to be landscaped and now up to 40% will be allowed. Rain barrels and composting (non-food waste only) options are now available.

Monday, October 11th - Wolf Hall by Hilary Maniel Monday, November 8th - The Unnamed by Joshua Ferris

MOMS Club Ever feel like you're the only mother who stays home? You are not alone! Join the MOMS Club of New Tampa. It’s a great way for you to meet other at-home mothers in the area, as well as a great way for your children to meet new playmates and engage in stimulating activities while encouraging their social skills. We offer support for at-home mothers through: * Planned monthly activities calendar * Age-appropriate playgroups for your child(ren) * Monthly Moms' night out * Service projects within the community For more information contact us via: Email: momsclubnewtampa_southeast@yahoo.com. Website: www.momsclubnewtampa.webs.com. The next meeting is October 14th from 7:30-10PM, in the Gathering Room.

Arbor Greene Landscape Maintenance Schedule for October: October 4 – 9 Mow pond banks; apply herbicide for weeds in turf control. October 11 – 16 Fertilize turf, fertilize shrubs. October 18 – 23 Mow pond banks; apply insecticide on turf and shrubs. October 25 – 30 Fertilize seasonal color, spray round up herbicide in planter beds.

**An ID tag or Guest Pass is required to use the Community Center Facilities. An adult 18 years of age or older must escort anyone under 16 to the fitness & weight rooms. All users must be at least 14 years of age and have an ID tag. All Guests using the Fitness and Weight Rooms must have a guest pass that must be obtained in advance of the day of use.** ARBOR GREENE GAZETTE ● OCTOBER 2010

All changes in landscaping or grass or the addition of rain barrels and composts must be submitted to the Design Review Board via an Alteration Application, and approved before any work is begun. Failure to comply may result in fines or legal action. Behr Paints - The HOA has been updating the exterior paint color choices for homes. Behr paints will be offering Arbor Greene residents 20% off paint products purchased at Home Depot. A sample paint book will be available with acceptable paint colors for homeowners to view before choosing a color palette for their home. By the beginning of October, the book will be available in Home Depot and at the Arbor Greene Community Center Office. Homeowners are not obligated to use Behr paint products, but are welcome to view the sample book before choosing a color for their home. Satellite Dishes/Antennas - According to the Arbor Greene Design Review Guidelines, satellite dishes and antennas are not permitted unless size and location are approved by the Design Review Board. There are many homeowners who have installed unapproved satellite dishes in the front landscape beds of their home or on their homes in view of the street and neighbors. If you are making any changes to the exterior of your home, an Alteration Application must be submitted with five (5) additional copies and received by Ameri-Tech one week prior to the scheduled meeting date or it may be deferred to the following month’s meeting. All of the HOA and Design Review guidelines are posted online for your review. Http://www.arborgreene.org/arborgreene/downloads.html. Your cooperation in keeping Arbor Greene a neighborhood everyone can enjoy is appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns about HOA issues, please contact Jeff Couturier, Ameri-Tech Property Management at 813-968-8008 ext: 102, or e-mail: jeff.c@ameri-tech.info.

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Halloween Party: The First Event of the New School Year! Dress up in your action hero or princess costume and head on down to the Arbor Greene Community Center! We will be holding our annual Halloween Magic Show and Parade of Costumes around the parking lot on Sunday, October 31st, from 5-6PM. All are invited to attend! Pizza will be available, pre-ordered only! Pizza must be pre-ordered and pre-paid, at $1 per slice. We do not order extra pizza to sell the day of the event. Drinks are not included, so bring your own drinks!

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Please detach the form below and bring it to the Clubhouse, by 5pm on October 28th, to ensure you get a slice of pizza! There will be NO exceptions!

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New Club and Fitness Pool Hours!!

Resident’s Last Name:_________________________ # Guests attending:____________________________ Resident’s phone #:___________________________ Resident’s Village:____________________________ Total slices of pizza ordered: ($1 per slice) ________ Total payment received:________________________ Please order pizza no later than October 28th, by 5pm. (no RSVP is necessary if you do not want pizza) Please make checks payable to “Arbor Greene CDD”. If you are paying with cash, please bring the exact amount. The staff may not have change. **Please remember we do not order extra pizza.**

To accommodate you early birds out there, Arbor Greene has changed it’s operating hours. Effective August 24, 2010, the Community Center and Fitness Pool will be opened at 5:30AM, Monday through Fridays. TBAY will be using two lanes in the Fitness Pool on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 5:307AM for swim practice. Four lanes will be available for residents. Residents in all lanes after 7AM.

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The Gate House Number Change The Arbor Greene CDD Gate House phone number will change and will no longer be available to callers effective October 1st. The gate attendants’ functions are to greet and account for visitors entering the community. With an average of over 800 visitors per day entering the community, answering the telephone from callers with questions not related to their primary duties is disruptive and slows the processing of visitors into the community. Residents expecting visitors or guests between 10PM and 6AM should provide a written list to the gate attendant containing the names of their guests and their expected arrival time. The list may be delivered to the gate house or submitted on-line using the CDD Online Contact Request Form and “select” Contact CDD on the Arbor Greene website at www.ArborGreene.org. The guest information is required if the resident does not want to receive a call from the gate attendant to obtain permission for the guests to enter the community during the hours above. The on-line form must be submitted prior to 3:30PM on the day of and prior to the arrival of the visitors.

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Handbill Laws and No Solicitation Arbor Greene is a “No Solicitation” Community. Call Tampa Police at 231-6130 when you observe a person depositing handbills on private property (home, vehicles or mailboxes). Section 6-171: Handbill Distribution on Private Property A. It is unlawful for any individual to deliver, distribute or place, or attempt to deliver, distribute or place handbills on private property upon which is posted a reasonably conspicuous sign reading “No Advertising “ or “ No Solicitation”. B. It is unlawful for any business advertising by means of handbills to direct, encourage or allow any individual, employee or independent contractor distributing handbills on behalf of the business to deliver, distribute or place handbills on private property upon which is posted a reasonably conspicuous sign reading “No Advertising” or “No Solicitation”. C. Any violation shall be punished as provided in Tampa Code Section 1-6. Section 6-172: Handbill Distribution on Vehicles A. It is unlawful for any individual to place, throw, deposit, drop off any handbill onto any motor vehicle, or occupant thereof, in operation or momentarily stopped on any public street within the city, or stopped standing or parked in any parking space on any city owned or operated parking lot, garage or other property. B. Any violation shall be punished as provided in Tampa Code Section 1-6. ARBOR GREENE GAZETTE ● OCTOBER 2010

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Halloween Safety Tips Here are some tips to ensure the safety of your children: 1. Be sure younger children are accompanied by a trusted adult when Trick-or-Treating. Walk with your head up and be aware of your surroundings. 2. Accompany younger children to the door of every house you approach and make sure parents and guardians are familiar with every home and all people from which the children receive treats. 3. Teach children to never enter a home without prior permission from their parents/guardians. 4. Teach children to never approach a vehicle, occupied or not, unless they know the owner and are accompanied by a parent or guardian. Don't approach unfamiliar pets and animals. 5. Make sure all children wear reflective clothing and carry a glow stick when out at dusk and at night. Carry a flashlight with fresh batteries after dark.

Continued from pg 6 If the form is not received prior to the arrival of the guest(s) and the guest(s) arrive between the 10PM and 6AM, and provides the attendant with the resident’s telephone number, the residents will be called to obtain permission from the resident for the guest(s) to enter the community. If the guest(s) does not have the resident’s telephone number, or has an incorrect number, or the resident does not answer the call, the visitor will be denied entry into the community. Residents will not be notified of guest(s) entering the community between 6AM and 10PM. Residents with an emergency should call 911. If you see suspicious activity in the community or to report a non-life threatening crime, please call the Tampa Police non-emergency number 231-6130. For other situations, such as lost or found pets, street lights out, gates not working, etc., please contact the Club Office during regular office hours at 991-9741.

6. Make sure children are able to see and breathe properly and easily when using facial masks. All costumes and masks should be clearly marked as flame resistant. 7. Teach children to never approach a home that is not well lit both inside and outside. 8. Teach children to stay alert and remember any suspicious incidents and report them to their parents, guardians, and/or the proper authority.

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Conservation Areas Conservation areas will be preserved and protected in their natural state, although some intrusions will be allowed as expressly set forth in this paragraph. Within these areas, no person shall: - Construct buildings or structures associated with dwelling units. - Remove plants or animals from these areas or plant plants or release animals into these areas except with permission of the Declarant or the CDD. - Remove water from the wetlands, lakes or surficial aquifer without permission of the Board and, in no event, in amounts that would alter the essential character of these areas. - Use pesticides or fertilizers. - Undertake any activity which would disrupt or harm the plants, animals and natural ecosystems in these areas. - Undertake other activities, except as expressly allowed below. Within these areas, the following minimal activities are allowed: - Encroachment from drainage systems, or similar activities which will not impact the continued viability of these areas will be allowed. - Movement through these areas in non-organized public recreation activities. - Planting of native species to enhance the natural systems or wildlife value. - Use of these areas in a sensitive fashion as a living laboratory for environmental education and for monitoring and testing to protect their natural attributes. - A bicycle path within certain portions of the Conservation Areas. Residents please follow the guidelines above. Lawn debris found in the Conservation Areas is a violation of the CDD Water Use Permit from SWFWMD. The CDD can receive substantial fines from SWFWMD for not maintaining the conservation areas in their natural state. Do not permit your landscape company to dispose of lawn debris or tree branches in the Conservation areas or water bodies. Please instruct them to mow your grass so that the grass is not blown into the water.

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A Message from the Neighborhood Watch Directors According to the Federal Trade Commission, identity theft is the fastest growing crime in America. Identity theft occurs when a person uses your name, address, Social Security number (SSN), bank or credit card account number or other personal information without your permission to commit fraud or other crimes. Criminals may open a fraudulent bank account, make purchases on your existing credit cards, use your good credit to secure loans, use your name and background information to get a job, and use your name during an arrest and when they fail to appear for a court date, an arrest warrant may be issued in your name. They may also change your billing address and order new ATM, debit, or credit cards. Since you will not receive the bills, you are unlikely to notice the problem for some time. Criminals steal your information in a variety of ways: Taking your wallet; going through your trash and removing unshredded credit card and loan applications or documents which contain your SSN, birth date or phone number; stealing newly issued credit cards, utility bills, insurance statements, etc. from unsecured mailboxes; completing a change of address form to divert your mail to another location; placing malicious software on your computer which can steal your user IDs and passwords, sending e-mail messages pretending to be a legitimate business and requesting your personal data etc. Crooks continually change the ways they steal information. Nothing can guarantee protection against identity theft in all circumstances. However, you can reduce your risk by attempting to control your personal information. Decrease access to your personal data: secure your wallet while at work or at public places like a gym; store your SSN and birth certificates in a safe location such as a bank deposit box; avoid giving out personal data over the Internet or phone; on your computer, update your firewalls and install anti-virus software that checks for spyware; buy a cross-cut shredder; do not display your full name in the phone book and consider an unlisted number; do not have unnecessary personal data such as SSN or driver’s license numbers printed on your checks; etc.

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School Bus Etiquette Unfortunately, as the school year starts, we fall back into our old habits at the school bus pick-up points. We’ve all seen the lines of cars parked with parents and kiddies waiting for the bus, blocking traffic and making exit from and entry to some communities (the Landing and now the Estuary and Enclave) difficult, if not impossible for other residents. It is against the law, (besides being extremely dangerous), to park in a way that impedes normal traffic flow. The Tampa Police Department has been notified of the situation and will stop by from time to time. Warnings may not be given. So, ask yourself: am I really going to park here and block the road today, and possibly get a ticket? Or, maybe I should walk them to the bus stop; it’s beautiful out and it’s great exercise? Parents: Do not stop on road right of ways to pick up your child/children. Use the Community Center parking lot. PAGE 12


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Continued from page 12 - A Message from the Neighborhood Watch Directors If your identity is stolen, you can attempt to reduce the harm to your name, finances and credit history if you detect it early. To help detect identity theft, carefully review your bank, credit card, and other financial accounts and report anything which appears suspicious. Order your credit report at least once a year and review it carefully. You can receive a free credit report annually from one of the three credit reporting agencies – Experian, TransUnion, or Equifax; scrutinize the report in detail. Examine your mail for signs of identity theft, e.g., receipt of credit cards you did not apply for, missing financial account statements, etc. If you determine you are a victim of identity theft, immediately report it to the Tampa Police Department. Report it to your bank, creditors, and financial institutions, including asking them to put “fraud alerts” on accounts which have not been compromised and request them to not change your billing address without your written notification and verification. Establish all new passwords on all accounts. Close accounts which have been used fraudulently. Cancel your ATM/debit card if it has been stolen. By letter and phone, tell credit reporting agencies you are a victim of identity theft and ask them to place a “fraud alert” on your credit profile to help stop thieves from opening accounts in your name. Contact Federal Trade Commission to file a complaint; your data will help law enforcement agencies in their investigations. Notify your employer if you suspect your payroll and/or retirement records have been compromised. You may also need to contact the Post Office, Social Security Administration, Driver’s License Bureau, etc. depending on what was stolen or compromised. These tips are not all inclusive so you will want to thoroughly educate yourself on the ways thieves steal your identity, how you can help prevent identity theft, and what you should do if it occurs. If you would like to receive Tampa Police Department reports and additional security tips, please e-mail us at ArborGreene-NWA@hotmail.com to be added to the e-mail distribution. Joining this e-mail group does not obligate you to any other NWA activities, but should help you and your family to become better informed and more secure.

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Tennis with Alan! Mark your calendar for the Club Doubles Championship November 13 & 14. Play will be held Saturday afternoon and all day Sunday. Teams can be made up of resident/resident or resident/guest. All players entering before November 1st will receive a tournament T-shirt. Format: All teams start in the championship flight then flow to flights A, B, and C depending if you win or lose. Refreshments will be served Sunday during the finals. To enter or for questions, contact Alan at 610-7301. Limited Courts Oct. 2 & 3 Jr. Rookie Tennis Tournament Nov. 13 &14 Arbor Greene Doubles Championship September Tennis Clinics Play Tennis Arbor Greene! The following clinics for October: Tuesday 9-10:00am 10-11:00am 4-5:00pm 5-6:30pm 7-8:00pm Wednesday 7-8:00pm Thursday 9-10:00am 10-11:00am 4-5:00pm 5-6:30pm

Ladies Beginners Ladies Advanced Beginners Junior Future Champs (young beginners) Junior Group (intermediate to advanced) Men’s Work-Out Ladies Group (intermediate) Ladies Advanced Beginners Ladies Beginners Junior Future Champs (young beginners) Junior Group (intermediate to advanced)

Contact Coach Alan To Sign Up or For More Information 610-7301

The Tennis Court Reservation System is Required for Advanced Reservations. Just go to www.arborgreene.org and follow the link and the instructions to register on the site and you’ll be all set. If you don’t make a reservation, you can sign up on the reservation sheet at the sun shelter bulletin board at Court #1. You must sign up to use a court. Court reservations are held for 10 minutes, after that, they become open/available. Children under 14 must be with an adult 18 years or older. ID tags are required for all residents and members. Residents must accompany all guests without a guest pass. Save Electricity! If no one is waiting for your court, please turn off the lights.

Arbor Greene Tennis Leagues Interested in fun, organized and competitive tennis? Arbor Greene has several teams that may be just what you’re looking for! If you haven't played in a few years and would like to get back into it, please contact any of the Captains below for more information. If you're wondering what your "level" might be, find out on this website describing the NTRP Playing Levels: http://www.usta.com/leagues/custom.sps? iType=931&icustompageid=1655 NB: Teams are forming now; deadline is October 15 th!! Type Time of Day USTA Level Captain(s) Email Women's Day (Mon) 3.0 Beth Keenan ekeenan1@verizon.net Women’s Eve (Tue) 3.0 Kathie McDaniel k.mcdaniel@highlandhomes.org Women's Day (Thur) 3.5 Melissa Kandell ms.kandell@gmail.com Women’s Eve (Thur) 3.5 Eileen Farrell efarrel2@verizon.net Women's Eve (Thur) 4.0 Sue Busk (and) sbusk1@tampabay.rr.com Julie VanAcker Women's Day (Wed) ALoT team 1 MaryJo Lefcourt mjl@tampabay.rr.com ALoT team 2 Caralyn Paul caralyn@tampabay.rr.com ALoT team 3 Beth Hart ebbphart@gmail.com Note: ALOT teams are full, except for subs Men's Day (Sat) 3.5 Jeff Bone jbone102_1@hotmail.com Men's Day (Sat) 4.0 Bob Farrell (and) farrell.bob@gmail.com Paul Williams pjwilly73@gmail. Mixed Day (Sun) 6.0 Art Perez art04svt@gmail.com Mixed Day (Sun) 7.0 Sylvain Gauthier sgauthier01@gmail.com Mixed Day (Sun) 8.0 Paul Williams pwilly73@gmail.com USTA FLEX You choose 3.0-4.0 None USTAFlexTampa@gmail.com All captains’ and contact info subject to change, as seasons start!! Come join in the fun! Questions? Please call Alan Williams, Tennis Director at 813-610-7301 or Bob Farrell, Club Manager at 813-991-9741. ARBOR GREENE GAZETTE ● OCTOBER 2010

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Tennis Court Hours 7AM to 11PM

AR -Aerobics Room CC -Community Center CDD -Community Development District DRB -Design Review Bd. FP -Fitness Pool GR -Gathering Room HOA -Home Owners Assoc. TBAY -Tampa Bay Aquatics WHSP - Wharton High Swim Practice

Fitness Pool Residents Swim Hours ( No Swim Teams)

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Fitness and Resort Pool Summer Hours (Apr-Nov) M-F 5:30AM-10PM Sat 8AM-10PM Sun 8AM–8PM

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10 9AM Aqua Zumba

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5:30AM TBAY

1PM Mahjong 3:30PM WHSP 4:30PM TBAY

7 FP

AR 4:30PM TBAY

FP

3:30PM WHSP

FP

FP 6PM Yoga

AR 1PM Mahjong

11

13

FP 5:30AM TBAY 9AM Zumba 3:30PM WHSP 4:30PM TBAY 6PM Yoga 7PM Book Club 7:30PM Signature Workout

12 FP AR FP FP AR GR AR

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GR

FP 5:30AM TBAY

4:30PM TBAY

FP

5:30PM Math Club

AR 3:30PM WHSP

7:30PM Zumba

AR

FP 3:30PM WHSP AR 4:30PM TBAY

FP 5:30PM Math Club 4:30PM TBAY FP 7:30PM Zumba 6PM Yoga AR 7:30PM Signature AR 7PM HOA Violations Workout

9AM Zumba

FP 5:30AM TBAY 9AM Zumba

AR 3:30PM WHSP 4:30PM TBAY GR

25

9AM Aqua FP Zumba

5:30AM TBAY 9AM Zumba 3:30PM WHSP 4:30PM TBAY 6PM Yoga 7:30PM Signature Workout 6:30PM CDD Meeting

26 FP AR FP FP AR AR

FP

4:30PM TBAY

FP

5PM Girl Scouts

15

3:30PM WHSP

FP 5:30AM TBAY

FP

FP

AR

FP 6PM Yoga

AR 1PM Mahjong

FP

9AM TBAY

FP

9:45AM Math Club

AR

4:30PM TBAY

FP

8:30AM Boot Camp

AR

9AM TBAY

FP

9:45AM Math Club

AR

AR

22 FP 5:30AM TBAY

3:30PM WHSP

AR 4:30PM TBAY

FP

FP 6PM Yoga

AR 1PM Mahjong

FP 7:30PM Zumba

GR

GR 3:30PM WHSP

21 FP

9AM Zumba

9AM Zumba

23 FP AR GR

AR 3:30PM WHSP

FP

GR 4:30PM TBAY

FP

GR 6:30PM CDD Budget Workshop GR

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AR

9AM TBAY

FP

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AR

6:30PM Fit Boxing AR

27

28

29

3:30PM WHSP

FP 5:30AM TBAY

FP 3:30PM WHSP

FP 5:30AM TBAY

4:30PM TBAY

FP

AR 4:30PM TBAY

FP

5:30PM Math Club

AR 3:30PM WHSP

FP 6PM Yoga

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AR

6:00PM DRB

GR

GR 7:00PM HOA

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14

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