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April 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:

Vivian Keller Tammy Anthis Jane Biba Marilyn Pena Marilyn Smith

“Gator Tales� is available online at: http://floridacommunities.com/lake-hammock-newsletter.

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421-4067 353-1959 422-6531 353-1782 421-1018


Manager Notes Sunday April 24th

arrived March 20th and brought with it our great Florida weather. March also brought us some new residents ~ Welcome to Lake Hammock. will see some of our Winter Residents returning to their homes up North. Have a great summer and we will see you in the Fall/Winter.

Congratulations to Betty Rhoades for winning the 22” LCD TV at our First Resales’

April

Our

residents and ‘future’ residents enjoyed hot dogs, cold drinks and sides from Sunny’s Restaurant as they toured our resale homes.

Reminders….. 

It is that time of the year to check our homes, carports and lamp posts to see if they are in need of cleaning and/or repairs. By keeping your carport clean and free of clutter, as well as keeping your house and lamp post clean and painted it keeps our Village looking attractive and inviting to new residents. I hear over and over what “a nice park we have, how it is so clean”…let’s keep hearing those compliments.

PLEASE watch your speed and ask your guests to obey the 15 MPH speed limit, and stop at the Stop Signs. We have had several incidents with the speeding problem and now outside our back gate some of the residents have complained to the HC Police Dept. about residents speeding on Surry Street.

Solicitors’ … When a solicitor comes to your door or you see them going door to door, PLEASE call the Police. Considering the last few times we have had solicitors and I have called the police, arrests were made. I also want to thank one of our residents who on several occasions have called the police because of solicitors in the park…. All residents should follow his lead…CALL THE POLICE when you see solicitors in the park! This is not only because we do not allow solicitors; it for your safety and the safety of all residents.

Renee` April 2011

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April Is: Aphrodite was the Greek Goddess of love, and she gave her name to the month of April. The Romans gave their thoughts over first to war (this is probably why March comes before April) and then to love. In the northern latitudes spring is finally beginning to assert itself. Flowering bulbs bloom and a joyous productive activity begins - to plant, to sow, and to fertilize. Yet on the lips of many is the old saying "April showers bring May flowers." The chilly winds and damp weather are not yet done. April then is a hopeful month showing the promise of beauty in the not too distant future.

April Symbols DAISY and the sweet pea are the flowers of the month. The birthstone is the diamond

Some April Trivia for You: 1. The American Revolutionary War began on April 19, 1775. 2. On April 3, 1860 the Pony Express began. 3. On April 9, 1865 General Robert E. Lee commander of the Confederate Army surrendered to U.S. Grant and the official end of the American Civil War took place. 4. April 30, 1939 television first publicly broadcast, from the Empire State Building.

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Holidays in April April Fools' Day, or All Fools' Day, is celebrated on April 1st as a day for practical jokes, pranks and hoaxes. No one knows where the custom began, but some historians believe it started in France. They had a New Year's festival that was celebrated from March 25 to April 1, and they would then exchange gifts. But, later, King James IV changed the holiday to January 1 for New Years. The people that still celebrated it April 1 were called 'April fish' and sent mock presents. Easter is almost always in April, and, with it comes other Christian celebrations such as Palm Sunday (April 17th), Maundy Thursday (April 21st), and Good Friday (April 22nd). Patriot's Day is celebrated on the third Monday in April. It commemorates the Battle of Lexington and Concord in Massachusetts. The Revolutionary War began there on April 19, 1775 and ended in Yorktown on October 19, 1781 when Cornwallis surrendered to George Washington. A formal treaty ending the war was not signed until 1783. Earth Day is a global holiday celebrated as a day to bring awareness and appreciation for the Earth and its environment. It is celebrated internationally on the first day of Spring in March, usually on March 20th or 21st and in some places on April 22nd. It doesn't matter which day you celebrate (or celebrate both!) because it is the focus on saving the earth's environment that should be celebrated every day of the year! Arbor Day Arbor means "tree" in Latin. Arbor Day is a special day that has been set aside for planting and caring for trees. The first Arbor Day was celebrated in Nebraska on April 10, 1872. It was started by J. Sterling Morton, a Nebraska newspaper publisher who encouraged Nebraskans to plant trees to beautify and enrich the treeless state. He offered prizes for the most trees planted; over a million trees were planted on that first Arbor Day. After his death, the legislature made April 22, the legal holiday for Arbor Day.

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Eggs are a symbol of the new life that returns to nature at Easter Time. The custom of exchanging eggs began long before Easter was celebrated. It was a custom of the Egyptians and the Persians. They exchanged eggs decorated in Spring colors. They believed Earth hatched from an egg which contributed to this custom. Early Christians used red colored eggs to symbolize the Resurrection. In England they began writing messages and dates on their eggs and exchanging them with friends and loved ones. In the 1800's, candied eggs were made. They were open on one end and a scene was put inside. They were used as table centerpieces. Rabbits symbolized new life and rebirth in ancient Egypt. They considered it a symbol of the moon as the moon determines the date of Easter. The Easter Bunny's visit is based upon a German Legend. The legend goes that a poor woman decorated eggs for her children to find during a famine. At the moment they found them, they looked up to see a big bunny hopping away.

All I Need To Know About Life I Learned From the Easter Bunny Don’t put all of your eggs in one basket Walk softly and carry a big carrot Everyone needs a friend who is all ears There’s no such thing as too much candy All work and no play can make you a basket case A cute little tail attracts a lot of attention Everyone is entitled to a bad hare day Let happy thoughts multiply like rabbits Some body parts should be floppy Keep your paws off other people’s jellybeans Good things come in small sugar coated packages The grass is always greener in someone else’s basket An Easter bonnet can tame even the wildest hare Come out of your shell to show your true colors

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April 2011 Keep America Beautiful Month/National Garden Month Fun excuses to celebrate this month 1st April Fool’s Day

15th Titanic sunk 2:27 am (1912)

2nd International Children’s Book Day

16th Slavery Abolished (1862)

3rd

Find a Rainbow Day

17th Palm Sunday

4th

1st Home Phone Installed (1877)

18th 1st Laundromat (1934)

NATO established (1949)

San Francisco Earthquake (1906)

5th

National Read a Road Map Day

19th Passover

6th

North Pole Discovered (1898)

20th Cuckoo Day/Look Alike Day

7th

World Health Day

21st 1st Kindergarten (Germany 1837)

8th Ponce de Leon Day – discovered FL

22nd Good Friday/Earth Day

9th 1st Public Library Opened in

23rd

hit 1st home run (1954)

Peterborough, NH (1833) 10th

11th

National Sibling Day

24th

Easter Sunday

Encourage a young writer Day

25th

National Telephone Day

Jackie Robinson Day - 1st African

26th

Hug a Friend Day

American to play major league

27th

Tell A Story Day

baseball 1947

28th

Poetry Reading Day

US Navy acquires 1st submarine (1900) 12th

Home Run Day – Hank Aaron

29th Zipper invented (1917)

1st Space Shuttle Launched from FL (1981) 30th George Washington took office (1789)

13th

Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday (1743)

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Bunnie Hoppin' By Linda A. Copp

It's that Bunnie Hoppin, time of year my friend! When "The Easter Bunny's" leapin' down the trail again. Eyes are poppin', Ears are floppin', he'll be stoppin' soon! And we'll all be eating his sweet treats by Easter Sunday afternoon. Yes, It's that Bunnie Hoppin', time of year again, When Everything is Springing up and beginning once again!

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

Friday, April 1st - Ladies Lunch Buffet at Studio C Cafe. Carpooling at 12:00 PM. HOA Board meeting will be on Tuesday, April 5th at 7 PM. Activities Planning Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 7th at 2:00 PM in the clubhouse. All are welcome. Tuesday, April 12th at 7 PM will be the HOA meeting.

Early Bird Dining will be at T-Bones (HWY 27) on Wednesday, April 13th. Carpool 4:30.

Breakfast at “R-Eatery on Saturday, April 16th at 8:30 AM.

Sunday, April 17th will be the date Birthdays and Anniversaries celebration at 6:30 PM. You’re welcome to stay for the movie at 7 PM. Tuesday, April 19th – Winter Park Trip – 9:00 AM carpool - Morse Museum - $3.00, Cornell Fine Arts Museum - $5.00, Scenic Boat Tour - $12.00. You may do all events or pick and choose what you like. Sunday April 24th – Pet Parade 2:00 PM – Dress your pets up for Easter. The parade will go from front gate to clubhouse. Sign up by April 22nd an Easter Potluck Dinner at 4 PM. The HOA pays for the turkeys and hams. The cost for guest will be: adults $4.00, children age 5-12 $2.00, under age 5 free. You must pay for guests 1 week ahead to Jan Baczkiewicz or Judy Dixon. Thursday, April 29th will be Dining by the Book at. Carpool at 4:30 PM. March Activities Chair, Vivian Keller

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HAINES CITY COMMUNITY CALENDAR (For more information call Parks & Recreation Department 421-3700) Farmers Market: Every Wednesday at Railroad Park Friday, April 1st: Movies in the Park, Lake Eva Park 7-9 PM Saturday, April 2nd: Easter Egg Hunt – Lake Eva Park – 10 AM – 12 PM Friday/Saturday, April 8th/9th: Relay for Life - Lake Eva Park Sunday, April 17th: Music in the Park – Lake Eva 2-6 PM

Celebration Saturday, April 2nd/Sunday, April 3rd - Spring Art Festival Saturday, April 9th/Sunday, April 10th – Great American Pie Festival Saturday, April 9th/Sunday, April 10th – Exotic Car Festival _________________________________________________________

Lakeridge Winery Blues at the Winery $2.00 Donation. By popular demand, the area's most talented Blues musicians such as "Beautiful" Bobby Blackmon, will perform on the outdoor stage the entire weekend. Lakeridge wine, beer, soft drinks and a variety of food will be available for purchase, along with complimentary Winery tours and wine tasting. April 16th (10 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.)

April 17th (11:00 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

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Haines City Community Theater The Premature Corpse by Mike Johnson A couple is sequestered in a motel room under the Witness Protection Program, and the Mob is out to get them. This thriller twists and turns until the very end. Show Dates: April 8-9 & 15-16 @ 8:00 April 10 & 17 @ 2:30

Lake Wales Little Theatre "The Miracle Worker" - Mar. 25 - Apr. 10 Immortalized onstage and screen by Anne Bancroft and Patty Duke, this classic tells the story of Annie Sullivan and her student, blind and mute Helen Keller. Director - Glenda Thurmond Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. for Friday and Saturday evening performances and 2:00 p.m. for Sunday matinees.

Community Theatre Winter Haven Dearly Departed April 14th – May 2nd Ticket price $20 Box Office: 863-299-7469 From the moment father Bud Turpin keels over at the breakfast table right on through his burial in the "Gentleman Farmer" coffin, the show makes it clear that there’s more to living and dying in the Bible Belt than you can shake a corn dog at. Set somewhere south of the Mason Dixon line, we are told the story of father Turpin’s funeral and its aftermath, not to mention the dizzying array of crazies who are attached to him. Dearly Departed is the zaniest show you will ever see.

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37th Annual Sun n' Fun International Fly-In & Expo Tuesday, Mar 29, 2011

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Daily airshows, warbirds, ultralights, helicopters, seaplanes and more on display. International aviation convention and flyin and the nation's 2nd largest air show. This year features the centennial celebration of naval aviation with airshows by the Blue Angels. Location: SUN 'n FUN Fly-In, Inc. 4175 Medulla Road, Lakeland, FL 33811 Website: www.sun-n-fun.org/Default.aspx Hours: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Cost: Daily Admission: $35 adults, $15 youth, No charge children 10 and under.

Concert: A Night on Broadway Thursday, Apr 7, 2011 This program features vocal scenes and solos from various Broadway musicals. While a theme for this year has yet to be announced, past evenings have been dedicated to the music and lyrics of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Rodgers and Hart, and Stephen Sondheim as well as compilation programs dedicated to themes such as 'Broadway, Then and Now' and 'Songs From The Silver Screen'. Location: Bush Chapel 1000 Longfellow Blvd. Lakeland, Florida 33801 Hours: 7:30 pm Cost: $5 General / $3 Seniors and Students

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First Annual Lake Hammock Village Shuffleboard Tournment April 8th at 10:00 AM

Blind draw for teams, minimum of two qualifying games, registration and team draw to start at 9:30 am with games to start at 10:00 am. League rules apply. Registration fee of $1 per player, with all funds to be paid out. 1st place – 50% of entry money 2nd Place – 30% of entry money 3rd Place – 20% of entry money Please sign up at the clubhouse by April 5th. Any questions please call Norm or Jan – (517) 242-1793

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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

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April Birthdays

Jean Zimmerman Dick Keiger Chester Clapp Pete Shevlin Marilyn Pena Annaliese Schamerloh John Bialy Betsy Harwick Vera Krause Gary Herring Nanci Emery Clifford Holman Calvin Maluchnick Bob Sharples Thomas Godfrey Janice Chapman Frances Gillen Gail Roubaud Donna Weber Edna Davidson Carol Boston Linda VanDeman Tom Hughey Don Hinds

April Anniversaries

1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 4th 4th 5th 5th 5th 8th 9th 10th 12th 12th 13th 15th 17th 19th 21st 22nd 24th 24th 27th 30th

Gerald & Elaine Blake 6 years Charles & Karen Loveall 35 years Charles & Helen Vernon Vito & Vita Destefano 58 years John & Linda Bialy 44 years Glenn & Judy Loy 53 years John & Maura Cullen 53 years Ron & Barb Cowles 43 years Tim & Terri Stump 37 years Herman & Jane Biba 56 years Lyle & Alice Metzger 42 years Herb & Donna Hunt 46 years Edwardo & Lilia Robles 53 years

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Sick List Please keep these people in your thoughts and prayers: Olive Craighton – Consulate Rehab room 107 Darlene Dinio – Home Irene LoBello – Consulate Rehab Marcyn Seal - Orlando Health & Rehab. If you know of anyone that is sick or in the hospital please let Marilyn Pena (353-1782) know so she can get a card to them.

In Memoriam Betty Pall in the passing of her husband & Samantha Greenwell in the passing of her father Jim Pall John McCauley formerly of 82 Reineke passed away on March 20th in Kentucky _____________________________________________________________ The family of Mr. James Pall would like to express their gratitude and appreciation for all of the cards and delicious food that was brought to the house in our time of need. We would like to thank Herman, Jane and the committee who all helped set up for the memorial service. We would also like to thank Walter and Kathy for the beautiful service and the Color Guard for showing their Military respect. The service was wonderful and as a family we thank you all from the bottom of our hearts. James Pall will be dearly missed by all. We feel very blessed to have such wonderful and caring friends in our lives. Mrs Betty Pall and Family I wanted to thank everyone for their cards, rides to hospital, prayers and good wishes. Also for baking and setting up and cleaning up for Joe’s memorial and all the other kind gestures offered. Joanne Marko Thanks to everyone for attending the birthday celebration of Russ Lander and for your many cards and well wishes. Russ and Joan Lander

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New Residents Welcome to our community!

Lee & Nancy Emery – 45 Sargent St. – Seasonal Residents from Avon New York. Lee is retired from Eastman Kodak, Sentry Group. They enjoy camping, kayaking, horseshoes, and cards. Dennis & Stephenie Green – 52 Sargent St. –Seasonal Residents from Ohio. Dennis is retired from Elyria City School and Steph from Grafton – Midview Public Library. They enjoy bicycling, genealogy, reading, walking, gardening, and playing cards. Please add them to your directory, and we look forward to seeing them at some of our activities in the clubhouse.

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Winter Residents To all the winter residents who will be leaving shortly, I want to remind you that the Gator Tales can be viewed on line at: www.floridacommunities.com. When you go into this web site, click on Lake Hammock and at the bottom click on monthly newsletters. If you have information you would like to include in the Gator Tales you may email me at Tanthis@tampabay.rr.com. Please submit things by the 20th of every month. Have a safe trip and an enjoyable summer. Until we meet again! Thanks, Tammy Anthis (Editor)

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Lake Hammock Village Homeowner’s Association Homeowner’s Association Meeting, Minutes Tuesday, March 8, 2011 Board Members in Attendance: I.

6 members present

Call to Order: President called the meeting to order at 7:02 PM followed by a Flag Salute. A moment of silence was observed for a resident who passed away March 7th.

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

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Treasurer’s Report a) Treasurer’s report read. As of March 8th account balance $2,778.08 in checking. Savings account $12,015.67. b) Motion to approve, seconded. Motion carried.

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Officers’ Report a) Secretary reported that family of deceased resident sent their thanks for all the food, cards and phone calls. b) President: 1) Statutory Committee has been filled. We have 4 members and 1 pending member. If anyone else is interested in serving on this committee please let the President know. 2) Had opportunity to meet with General Manager of Heiler Communities. One issue they discussed was the 5 year rent increase agreement. He says we still have the right by statue to negotiate the rent increase. The new Statutory Committee has been hard at work preparing for negotiations.

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Committee Reports: a) Welcome: Two new residents from 52 Sargent Street were introduced. b) Sunshine: Reported on cards sent out. If you know of anyone who is sick or had a death in the family please let Sunshine Committee know. c) FMO: A report was given on some upcoming legislature bills, CPR classes. Next meeting will be March 17th at Plantation Landing. Encouraged residents to join FMO. d) Activities: 1) Reported on the upcoming events for March. 2) Reported on Yard Sale for March 26th. If working at yard sale there will be a meeting on Tuesday, March 15th at 2:00 pm at the clubhouse.

VI. VII.

Manager’s Report: Manager not in attendance so no report was given. Old Business: a) 2011 Budget – A motion was made and seconded to approve the 2011 budget as it was presented at the Feb. 8th meeting. Motion carried. b) The larger paper tubes have been installed and the installer was thanked.

VIII.

New Business: a) Golf Carts – A resident reported that she was outside our park with her golf cart and was stopped by a Haines City Police Officer. He told her we are not to take golf carts outside of the park or will be ticked. We will look into this and try and get some clarification. b) Kitchen Supplies – We will now have one person purchasing supplies for regular use of the kitchen. A list will be posted in the kitchen so we can write what is needed, amount needed and who is requesting this. c) Liability Insurance – Two bids for insurance were received. We have purchased a million dollar Liability Policy. Approximate cost is $225 a year.

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Motion to close meeting. Meeting adjourned at 7:43 pm. Respectfully submitted by Secretary LHV HOA

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9:30 AM Water Aerobics

10:00 AM Shuffleboard

7:00 PM Men's Poker

7:00 PM HOA Board Meeting

11 9:30 AM Water Aerobics

12 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 7:00 PM HOA Meeting

7:00 PM Men's Poker

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

7:00 PM Movie

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2:00 PM Pet Parade

9:30 AM Water Aerobics

4:00 PM Easter Dinner Potluck

7:00 PM Men's Poker

19 9:00 AM Winter Park Trip 10:00AM Shuffleboard

26 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 6:30 Texas Hold'em

1st: Ladies Lunch – Studio C Café

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Friday 1 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance 12:00 PM Ladies Lunch

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7 8:00 AM Men's Breakfast 2:00 PM Activities Meeting 7:00 PM Bingo

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

13 8:30 AM Coffee/Donuts 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 4:30 PM Early Dining 7:00 PM Men’s Poker Dominoes

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Saturday

22 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 10:00 AM Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance

29 9:30 AM Water Aerobics 8:00 AM 10:00 AM Men's Breakfast Shuffleboard 11:00 AM Line Dance 7:00 PM Bingo 4:30 PM Dining by Book 13th: Early Bird Dinner – T Bones

6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

16 8:30 AM Breakfast R-Eatery 6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

23 6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

30 6:30 PM Ladies’ Poker

19th: Winter Park Trip – Morse Museum $3, Cornell Fine Arts Museum $5, Scenic Boat Tour $12 29th: Dining by the Book -

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