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May 2011 Unofficial Newsletter of Lake Hammock Village Tammy Anthis, Editor Lake Hammock Village Homeowners Association Board of Directors 2011 Officers and Directors

The Unofficial President: Newsletter Richard of LakeGould Hammock Village2012* Pres.: David Lennox 2012* Tammy Anthis,Vice Editor Secretary: Tammy Anthis Treasurer: Reta Cramer Director: Herman Biba Director: Hank Marion Director: Ron Plouffe

2012* 2012* 2011* 2011* 2011*

*Denotes term ends at the end of the noted year Committee Chairs Activities (April): Gator Tales: Phone Squad: Sunshine: Welcome:

Jane Biba Tammy Anthis Jane Biba Kay Levinson Marilyn Smith

“Gator Tales� is available online at:


422-6531 353-1959 422-6531 422-8543 421-1018

Happy Mother’s Day Sunday, May 8th

Manager Notes

HAINES CITY “GOLF CART ORDINANCE” For those of you who missed our April HOA Meeting…. The City of Haines City now has a “Golf Cart Ordinance”. Which in a „nutshell‟ says: We are allowed to take our golf carts [legally] outside our park using Glen Este Blvd. to any of the stores, banks, etc. on this side of Hwy 27. This does not include crossing Hwy 27 or Old Polk City Road. Required equipment on Golf Cart for Daylight Operation: Equipped with efficient brakes, reliable steering apparatus, safe tires, a rearview mirror and red reflectorized warning devices in both the front and rear. (Chief of Police suggested round red reflectors – one in the front and one in the back. Required equipment on Golf Cart for 24-hour Operation: In addition to the above Golf Carts must be equipped with headlights, brake lights and a windshield. Other Highlights of Ordinance:  Golf Carts may not be operated by anyone under the age of sixteen (16)  Golf Carts may be operated on designated roadways during daylight hours only the hours between sunrise and sunset having the equipment required above.  Golf Carts may be operated on designated roadways 24 hours with the required equipment listed above.  The City Public Works Department shall post signage which satisfies the requirements of Florida Statutes on all City Streets designated for Golf Cart operation.  A violation of this Ordinance shall constitute a non-criminal traffic violation punishable in accordance with the Haines City Code of Ordinances.  POSSIBLE REGISTRATION WILL BE REQUIRED “IF” the final adopted ordinance requires…Golf Carts will be required to be registered annually with the City of Haines City Police Department. More information on the final adopted Golf Cart Ordinance at the May HOA meeting and in the June newsletter.

Renee` May 2011


May Is: May is one of the most beautiful months of the year in the North Temperate Zone. The snow and ice have melted, and summer's intense heat has not yet begun. The first garden crops begin to sprout in May. The trees and grass are green, and wild plants are in bloom. Wild flowers that blossom in different parts of the United States include the jack-in-the-pulpit, anemone, hepatica, forsythia, dogwood, and blue, yellow, and white violets. Many birds have built their nests, and mother birds are sitting on the eggs, which will soon hatch. There are several stories about how the month of May was named. The most widely accepted is that it was named for Maia, the Roman goddess of spring and growth. Her name seems to be related to a Latin word that means increase or growth. The ancient Romans held ceremonies in Maia's honor on May 1 and again on May 15.

May Symbols Hawthorn and Lily of the Valley are the flowers of the month. The birthstone is Emerald

May Customs Even in ancient times, May 1 was a day for outdoor festivals. In Rome, May 1 fell at a time that was sacred to Flora, the goddess of flowers. The Romans celebrated the day with flower-decked parades. The English also observed many beautiful May Day customs. Maypoles were erected in village parks. On the morning of May 1, the village youths went to the woods and gathered "mayflowers," or hawthorn blossoms, to decorate the Maypole. The girls wore their prettiest dresses, each hoping that she would be elected May queen. The queen danced around the Maypole with her "subjects."


Holidays in May Cinco de Mayo (May 5th) – The 5th of May commemorates the victory of the Mexicans over the French army at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Cinco de Mayo is celebrated with parades, festivals, music and dancing. Mother's Day (May 8th), - United States holiday celebrated on second Sunday in May; children honor their mothers with cards, gifts, flowers; first observance in Philadelphia, Pa., 1907, based on suggestions by Julia Ward Howe in 1872 and Anna Jarvis in 1907; national observance dates from 1914. Many people follow the custom of wearing a carnation on Mother's Day. A colored carnation means that a person's mother is living. A white carnation indicates that a person's mother is dead. Armed Forces Day (May 21st) honors all branches of the armed forces of the United States. It is celebrated on the third Saturday of May with military exercises on land, at sea, and in the air. Military installations are usually open to the public on Armed Forces Day. President Harry S. Truman proclaimed Armed Forces Day, and it was first celebrated in May 1950. It replaced three separate celebrations for the Air Force, Army, and Navy. James V. Forrestal, the first Secretary of Defense, helped unite the armed services under the Department of Defense after World War II ended in 1945." Memorial Day (May 30th), also called Decoration Day, is a patriotic holiday in the United States. It is a day to honor Americans who gave their lives for their country. Originally, Memorial Day honored military personnel who died in the Civil War (1861-1865). The holiday now also honors those who died in any war while serving the United States.


Your Mother is always with you‌ Your mother is always with you... She's the whisper of the leaves as you walk down the street. She's the smell of bleach in your freshly laundered socks. She's the cool hand on your brow when you're not well. Your mother lives inside your laughter. She's crystallized in every tear drop. She's the place you came from, your first home... She's the map you follow with every step that you take. She's your first love and your first heart break... and nothing on earth can separate you. Not time, Not space... Not even death... will ever separate you from your mother... You carry her inside of you...

Mother love is the fuel that enables a normal human being to do the impossible. Marion C Garretty


May 2011 National Bar-B-Que Month 1st May Day

15th National Chocolate Chip Day

Empire State Building opened - 1931 2nd Dr. Benjamin Spock’s Birthday 3rd


1st US Medical School opened – 1765 18th

1st US Nickel minted - 1866 Visit Your Relatives Day


1 Airplane landed on North Pole - 1952 4th

National Weather Observers’ Day


Circus Day


Memorial Day first observed – 1866


1st Photo sent from Space


Armed Forces Day

Cinco De Mayo 6th

Nurse’s Day st

1 Postage Stamp issued in

Lindbergh finished 1st

England 1840

translantic solo flight - 1927


Pulitzer Prize Established - 1904


National Maritime Day


Mother’s Day


Lucky Penny Day

9th 1st Newspaper Cartoon in USA - 1754 24th Brooklyn Bridge open – 1883 1st Morse Code Message Sent 10th

Peace Day 1st Transcontinental Railway completed 25th National Missing Children’s Day in Promontory, Utah - 1869


Eat What You Want Day


Golden Gate Bridge opens 1937


Kite Day


Ice Cream Freezer Patented 1848



Tulip Day


Memorial Day

Lake Hammock Village May Happenings All the signup sheets for events are posted in the clubhouse.

Tuesday, May 3rd will be the HOA Board meeting at 7:00 PM. Thursday, May 5th our Activities Meeting at 2:00 PM in the clubhouse. Let’s see some new faces, “We need you”. Monday, May 9th will be our Ladies Lunch at Lavender & Lace in Lake Alfred. Carpooling at 11:30 AM. Tuesday, May 10th at 7 PM will be the HOA meeting. Sunday, May 15th will be celebrating our “Birthdays and Anniversaries” at 6:30 PM. Let’s see everyone come especially if it’s yours. Everyone is welcome stay for the movie at 7 PM.

Early Bird Dining will be Tuesday, May 17th. Carpool 4:30. We will be going to Applebee’s (HWY 27N).

Breakfast at “R-Eatery will be Saturday, May 21st at 8:30 AM.

Friday, May 27th we will be Dining by the Book at La Fiesta Mexicana Restaurant (645 Ingraham Avenue) in Haines City. Carpool at 4:30 PM. Monday, May 30th (Memorial Day) we will be having our Pot Luck.

Something New: Bring a dish to share and your own meat, to cook on the grill at 5:00 pm.

May Activities Chair, Jane Biba





























HAINES CITY COMMUNITY CALENDAR (For more information call Parks & Recreation Department 421-3700) Farmers Market: Every Wednesday at Railroad Park Friday, May 6th: Movies in the Park, Lake Eva Park 8-10 PM Sunday, May 15th: Music in the Park – Lake Eva 2-8 PM

Celebration Saturday, May 21st – Savor the Flavors -Join Celebration for this first in the area dining experience. It is an evening highlighted by a continuous dining table and flavorful four-course meals prepared by the best chefs in town. Nine of the town’s restaurants have joined for this special evening providing unique menus for you to choose from. With everyone seated under the stars, the Grande toast will be given and dinner served. Net Proceeds benefit Celebration’s Florida Hospital Emergency pediatric waiting area. This is a dinner affair you will not want to miss. ______________________________________________________________

Lakeridge Winery Jazz on the Vineyard Green $2.00 Donation. This fun event coincides with Mothers Day weekend, a very popular favorite with all our guests, but especially the moms. There are lots of specialty Gift baskets to choose from in the wine shop. Enjoy talented Jazz musicians on the outdoor stage the entire weekend. Lakeridge wine, beer, soft drinks and a variety of food is available for purchase, along with complimentary Winery tours and wine tasting. May 7th (10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.) May 8th (11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)


Lakeland Area Outdoor Arts Festival- Midflorida Mayfaire-by-the-Lake Saturday, May 7th to Sunday, May 8th Mayfaire-by-the-Lake is one of Central Florida's biggest and oldest outdoor art festivals, and it is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year! Think of it as over 180 one-person exhibitions held around Lake Morton every year. Artists from all over the country submit their applications for consideration, and the best are chosen to take part in this great event, which also includes food, entertainment, and children's activities. Location: Polk Museum of Art, 800 East Palmetto Street, Lakeland, FL 33801 Hours: 9 am - 4 pm daily Cost: FREE for everyone


Menopause the Musical Thursday, May 5th Four Women at a lingerie sale with nothing in common but a black-lace bra AND memory loss, hot flashes, night sweats, not enough sex, too much sex and more! This joyful musical parody set to classic tunes from the 60's, 70's, and 80's such as "Puff, My God I'm Draggin" to the disco favorite "Stayin' Awake, Stayin' Awake" will have you cheering and dancing in the aisles! It's definitely not "The Silent Passage" anymore! Come see what nearly 11 million fans all over the world have been laughing about for 10 years! Group Discounts Available! Location: The Lakeland Center, 701 W. Lime Street, Lakeland, FL 33815 Hours: 8:00pm Cost: Tickets: $50, $40, $33 Parking: $7


Cinco de Mayo Festival Saturday, May 7, 2011

Presented by the Frostproof Chamber of Commerce to celebrate the Hispanic heritage of our community. Vendors, Food, Kid's Games, Dancing, Music and More. Admission is FREE! Vendors will have merchandise for sale. Info: 863-635-9112 Location: Frostproof Historic Depot, 118 E. Wall Street, Frostproof. FL 33843 Hours: 10:00 am until 5:00 pm Cost: Free

Community Theatre Winter Haven THE SECRET GARDENS Friday, May 20, 2011

Based on the literary classic, this upbeat musical adaptation introduces Mary Lennox as a young girl who is sent to live in England after her parents die. Her new home turns out to be a gloomy fortress. Her uncle is rarely home and his young son never leaves his room. With the gardener's apprentice, a lad that can talk to animals, Mary coaxes the garden back to life and the garden seems to have a magical effect on all who come into it. With a bright musical score, and simple message this play is sure to delight all ages.

Location: Theatre Winter Haven Chain of Lakes Auditorium, 210 Cypress Gardens Blvd, SW, Winter Haven, FL 33880 Cost: $6.00 for Adults & $4 for students 17 & under


May Birthdays

Richard Browning Richard Gould Ira Ladyman Nancy Belski Charles Vernon JC Hertsch Mary Jo Burkett Terry Barnhart Debra Kemp Glenn Loy Lenora Hensley Joan Lander Leon Martin Gene Loy Tammy Anthis Lloyd Larry Pauline McKay Jerry Growden Geraldine Harrer Wayde Marshall Reg Herman Karen Loveall

May Anniversaries

Ron & Penny Boettcher 44 years

1st 1st 5th 6th 7th 9th 10th 13th 14th 16th 17th 17th 19th 21st 22nd 22nd 22nd 23rd 23rd 24th 31st 31st



Paul & Georgette Chadwick 22 years


Donald & Sandra Nolan 25 years


Andy & Nancy Belski 55 years


Leon & Linda Martin 46 years


Norm & Marion Helmkay 58 years


Sick List Please keep these people in your thoughts and prayers: Olive Craighton – Consulate Rehab room 107 Irene LoBello – Consulate Rehab Marcyn Seal - Orlando Health & Rehab.

Darlene Dinio – Home Lyle Metzger – Home (stints) Art Whitmire - Home

If you know of anyone that is sick or in the hospital please let Kay Levinson (422-8543) know so she can get a card to them.

In Memoriam Jerry Butler in the passing of his sister Janice Chapman in her loss Darlene and I would like to extend our sincere thanks to all the Lake Hammock Village residents for all the prayers, get-well cards and moral support extended to us in the last three years, seems like it - three rough months of trials that Darlene was in 3 hospitals and 2 rehab centers. She finally made it home - to Lake Hammock on March 9th. She may not be out of the woods as of yet but she is happy to be home and gaining some strength. Miracles do happen and things are meant to be! Our million thanks to Dan & Kathy Duel; special thanks to Nancy & Andy Belski; blessings to Walter & Cathy Strohmaier for their endless support & tireless & countless visitations in the hospitals and rehabs that Darlene has been. Without your support, I might be in the hospital myself by now. A big Hammock of Thanks to all! Don Allan and Darlene Dinio ______________________________________________________________ I would like to thank everyone who helped with the Garage Sale on March 26th. Thanks so much. Donna Hunt We want to thank Donna Hunt for all her hard work for the LHV Garage Sale. It ran smoothly and was very successful do to Donna’s hard work and dedication. Barry and Tammy Anthis


I would like to share this with everyone in the park. Something I wrote during the rough and trying times that Darlene and I went through lately. One thing I would never wish on anyone. "Hang in friend!� An original from Don Allan Dinio Sometime in our lives we need to cease, stop and pause... to see how lucky we are to have our loved ones. Appreciate them; hug them; spend some quality time with them - for there might not be another day to express your love for them. Sometimes in our lives we need to learn to give up our selfishness towards our loved ones for their own well-being, for their own benefit, for their own sake... the quality of life they don't deserve! Sometimes in our lives we should as hard as it is, prepare ourselves and learn to detach our inner most feelings from our loved ones. When that time is near to say your final goodbye, the most difficult time for anyone, it will somehow lessen the pain when your loved one is gone.


Sometimes in our lives we will come to a crossroad and have to leave our heart behind and walk with our head in another path - another journey in life - telling yourself...'I've done my best, I've given all my love to the person I love! ' Yet...there is just one thing to say 'Hang in there my friend, my love! ‘ I don't want to say my final goodbye yet but...'Just hang in there! Sometimes in our lives we will get that final call from one knows when. 'Just hang in there my friend, my love! ' When that time comes then you can say goodbye to all your sufferings and pain, say goodbye to all your loved ones and friends who prayed for you to be with Him who makes the final call to come to our Eternal Home! 'Hang in there, my love... because I hate to say my final... 'Goodbye! '


New Residents Welcome to our community!

Gary & Debbie Hinrichs – 181 Glen Este Blvd – From Prophetstown, Illinois where we still work at Hinrichs plumbing and heating company. We have 2 children and 4 grandchildren. Gary enjoys bass fishing, cars and Nascar Racing. Debbie enjoys gardening, walking, reading and scrapbooking. We will only be down for vacations for a few years and then after we retire will be snow birds (can’t wait) Florine Mackey & Barbara Stauffer – 128 Silvercrest Dr. – Florine moved here from Mercer, PA. where she retired from Bilo Grocery. She has twin boys and a girl and three grandchildren. Her cat’s name is Daily. Florine enjoys crochet, golf and bowling. Please add them to your directory, and we look forward to seeing them at some of our activities in the clubhouse.

Lordex Spine Institute of Polk County Ridge Chiropractic

Dr Chris Raemisch, DC Medical breakthrough ends back pain without drugs or surgery. Call or come for FREE consultation, see if you’re a candidate! 82 Maxcy Plaza Circle, Haines City, Fl




First Annual Lake Hammock Village Shuffleboard Tournament Results April 8th we had 18 players come out for the LHV Shuffleboard Tournament. We also want to thank the cheerleaders that came to support the players. A great time of fun and fellowship was had by all. Thanks Norm and Jan for all your hard work. Trophies, medals and money were awarded to the first three places.

1st place – Jan Baczkiewicz & Carol Gould 2nd Place –Herman Biba & Roger Martell 3rd Place – Richard Gould & Chuck Koenig

We are still playing on Tuesday and Friday mornings at 10:00 AM so come on down and join in the fun and get ready for next year’s tournament and possibly challenging some other parks.



Fax 863-421-7378

Sales Staff John Bialy (Home) 863-422-0521 (cell) 863-956-6540 Renee DeJane (cell) 863-242-5400 Judy Dixon (Home) 863-421-7244 (cell) 863-325-6846


Winter Residents If you have information you would like to include in the Gator Tales you may email me at Please submit things by the 20th of every month.

Thanks, Tammy Anthis (Editor)


Lake Hammock Village Homeowner’s Association Homeowner’s Association Meeting, Minutes Tuesday, April 12, 2011 Board Members in Attendance: 6 members present I.

Call to Order: President called the meeting to order at 7:03 PM followed by a Flag Salute.


Previous Minutes: a) Motion to approve March 8th minutes seconded. Motion carried.


Treasurer’s Report a) Treasurer thanked everyone who worked at the Yard Sale for doing an excellent job. She asked that in the future they not reimburse themselves out of the profit cash. This makes it difficult for her to balance the books with the bank account. Board President said in the future turn in your receipts and a check will be issued. b) Treasurer’s report read. A credit of $877.67, withdrawals of $1,073.86. As of March 31st account balance $3,007.32 in checking. Savings account $12,018.63. Treasurer’s Report accepted as presented.


Officers’ Report - President: 1) Yard Sale was a resounding success. Thanks to the committee chair for organizing and everyone for helping. 2) Display Day was a fantastic success. Saw marvelous talent being displayed and had an afternoon of social pleasures. Special thanks for the one whom organized this event and those that provided the food that was served. Hope to repeat this next year. 3) Shuffle Board Tournament – Thanks to those who organized this. We had a great day of fun.


Committee Reports: a) Welcome: No new members b) FMO: Reported that we got emails from FMO thanking us for helping to kill House Bill 5005. We were taken out of this bill so nothing has changed for us. Next meeting will be April 21st. c) Activities: Reported on events remaining for April. d) Statutory Committee – Working hard. Sent an official notification to the owners with the members names and requesting an early meeting with them to talk.



Manager’s Report: a) Manager reported that she attended the Haines City Commission Meeting on Golf Cart usage outside of the park. We are allowed to go out on Glen Este. We can go on our side of 27 but does not include Old Polk City Road. It was not included due to truck traffic; Police Chief will not condone crossing it but will not have his officers looking for us. Drivers can’t be under the age of 16, hours of operation sunrise/sunset if have brakes, reliable steering, safe tires, rearview mirror and red reflectors on front and rear. Usage after dark requires headlights, brake lights, and wind shield. It was proposed to have carts registered and inspected but as of now not required. This has been passed with amendments but will be finalized at a later date. Police Chief will let Renee know when this happens and send her a copy of it. b) Handicap Spots – Has been getting numerous complaints that non handicap vehicles have been using the handicap spots in front of the clubhouse. Manager asked that we please don’t use those spots unless we are handicapped. c)

A question was asked regarding the tree trimming in the back woods. This will be done in the summer. She will be asking the loggers if we can keep the mulch.


Old Business: a) Liability Insurance – Board President reported that when we received the policy there was a discrepancy in the amount owed. Company was called and the new policy is being rewritten and mailed to us.


New Business: a) Sunshine Committee – We will have a new person taking over this job as of May 1st. Check the front of your Gator Tales for the name and phone. The past person doing this job was thanked for her dedicated work. b) Memorial Committee – The HOA Board is working on setting up a Memorial Committee to handle memorials held in our park. We have a volunteer to start this committee for a year and then hopefully someone new will step forward and take over. This volunteer would organize the food for memorials, set up/clean up. We will need funds to purchase the food. Details are being worked out by the board and will be presented later.


Motion to close meeting. Meeting adjourned at 7:30 pm. Respectfully submitted by Secretary LHV HOA


Recipe of the Month Peach Cake (Alice Metzger) Ingredients: 1 Duncan Hines orange cake mix (found at new Publix Store) 1 can peach pie filling 2 large eggs ½ cup sour cream Directions: Mix the ingredients with fork. Bake at 350 for 25-30 min. in a 9x13 sprayed pan or casserole dish. Let cool. Topping:

1 -8oz cream cheese (softened) 1-8oz container cool whip 1-small pkg. instant vanilla pudding 1-20oz can crushed undrained pineapple

Directions: Mix topping ingredients with a mixer. Spoon on top of cooled cake, cover and refrigerate. (any extra topping makes a good fruit dip)

Congratulations Linda Martin on your retirement from Mid Florida Credit Union. Thank You Marilyn Pena for your dedication as our Sunshine Committee chair. We appreciate all the visits and cards you mailed out to our residents.






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No security deposits, processing fees, or long-term contracts! With 6 different sizes to choose from, I’m sure our staff can assist you in finding the size to fit your needs and your budget. Move in Now and get your 1st 3 months at 50% off regular price. Continue saving with -Pay ahead 3 months, get the fourth month FREE!!! Visit us online at or Call us at 863-421-4214 or simply Drop by. We are at 500 Nilsen St. Haines City Fl


The Broken Lawn Mower: When our lawn mower broke and wouldn’t run, my wife kept hinting to me that I should get it fixed. But, somehow I always had something else to take care of first, the truck, the car, playing gold. Always something more important to me. Finally she thought of a clever way to make her point. When I arrived home one day, I found her seated in the tall grass, busily snipping away with a tiny pair of sewing scissors, I watched silently for a short time and then went into the house. I was gone only a minute, and when I came out again I handed her a toothbrush. I said, “When you finish cutting the grass, you might as well sweep the driveway.” The doctors say I will walk again, but will always have a limp

This was the visitor Chuck and Karen Loveall had on their porch. Waiting patiently for dinner!!!!!


Sunday 1

Monday 2


Tuesday 3

9:30 AM Water Aerobics

10:00 AM Shuffleboard

7:00 PM Men's Poker

7:00 PM HOA Board Meeting

9 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 11:30 AM Ladies Lunch

10 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 7:00 PM HOA Meeting

7:00 PM Men's Poker 15


6:30 PM Birthday/ Anniversary Celebration

9:30 AM Water Aerobics 7:00 PM Men's Poker

17 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 4:30 PM Early Dining

7:00 PM Movie 22

23 9:30 AM Water Aerobics

24 10:00AM Shuffleboard

7:00 PM Men's Poker



4 8:30 AM Coffee/Donuts 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 7:00 PM Men’s Poker Dominoes

5 8:00 AM Men's Breakfast 2:00 PM Activities Meeting

30 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 5:00 PM Potluck



7 6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

7:00 PM Bingo

9:30 AM Water Aerobics 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance

11 8:30 AM Coffee/Donuts 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 7:00 PM Men’s Poker Dominoes




8:00 AM Men's Breakfast

9:30 AM Water Aerobics 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance

18 8:30 AM Coffee/Donuts 9:30 AM Water Aerobics



8:00 AM Men's Breakfast

9:30 AM Water Aerobics 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance

7:00 PM Men’s Poker Dominoes 25 8:30 AM Coffee/Donuts 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 7:00 PM Men’s Poker Dominoes



7:00 PM Bingo

7:00 PM Bingo

26 8:00 AM Men's Breakfast 7:00 PM Bingo

27 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance 4:30 PM Dining by Book

6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

21 8:30 AM Breakfast R-Eatery 6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

28 6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

31 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 6:30 Texas Hold'em

7:00 PM Men's Poker 1st: Ladies Lunch – Lavender & Lace (Lake Alfred)

13th: Early Bird Dinner – Applebees (N27)

29th: Dining by the Book – La Fiesta (645 Ingraham Ave, Haines City)



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