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January 2010

Annual Membership meeting (We need you) Fulfillment in the New Year Here’s to the outgoing year, 2009.. May the good times live on in our memories, and may we learn lessons from the troubling times that will make us stronger and better then ever. Here’s to 2010 for each and every one of you, may it be filled with significant steps toward the fulfillm fulfillment of your fondest wishes. In this coming new year, let us focus on our goals and work toward our dreams, and yet (smile) let’s all try to go with the flow a little more and stress a little less. And most important, (raise your glass), here’s to all of you.

Since last January, 2009,, your board has worked diligently and was available to work with all the residents to help voice issues and concerns to be brought to management. Do you have a plan to make Southfork a better place to socialize in? Do you want “change?” Do you have any community events that you wish you had more influence over? Do you have any ideas you’d like to see implemented? Are you on a committee or a board member and would like to have more prominence? Here’s an opportunity to become more active in our community. So, don’t sit back and complain after the fact, come and join the forces!!!! !!!!

Appreciate yourselves and each other in the N New Year as I appreciate all of you now. Let’s focus on each other’s good points and choose to overlook minor annoyances annoyances, to create mutual happiness and contentment in 2010.

As a board member, yourr voice will be heard and counted on for important issues and also being on a committee will help anything that affects our community association.

Here’s to 2010 (raise glass).. Enjoy the journey!!!!

Please come forward as a member before the January th 25 annual membership meeting, meeting because your votes count. Please help to make this a better community. community

Happy New year from your editor, Phyllis Grossi

Let your voice be heard. Use your expertise and talents to help our community. Volunteer for a committee today if you don’t want to be on the board! REMEMBER – you must have your dues of $15.00 th paid by January 15 , 2010 in order to vote or be on any committee. Please submit payment to Phyllis Grossi, Treasurer.

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ewsletter Information Note, any information to be placed in the newsletter, must be submitted between the 1st and 20th of every month. Please contact the editor ( Phyllis Grossi) at 567-6105 or drop off the information at 11150 Mesquite Dr. All newsletters can be viewed in color on the web site at (click on Southfork at bottom of page) Please contact Phyllis Grossi for any changes, deletions or additions to the calendar by the 15th of each month. Phone number is 567-6105


The daylight seems so short and the excitement of the holidays is behind us. We find ourselves in a month named after the Roman God, Janus, who had two faces so he could look ahead toward the future and back toward the past at the same time. We too are a little like Janus. We welcome 2010 with faith, optimism, patience, courage and hope and success. We have witnessed countless people come forward to connect and offer any support needed and have been shown, without exception, kindness in abundance. At Southfork, a certain energy and excitement is felt in each and every new day. Our community has never failed at displaying a can-do attitude. The activities that are already underway will help to ensure future happiness and contentment for our residents beyond words. So please, make this a successful year and please join the many groups, committees and association to ensure a pleasing place to live and have fun here in SOUTHFORK!

Have a great year with good health and much happiness!


from the Association President Dear Friends and Neighbors January is a very important time in the life of Southfork Homeowners Association. It is time to become a member for 2010! It is also time to vote for the Officers and Directors. Our recent by-laws have been changed to 2 year terms for President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. There has been much consideration about that change. It really does make sense……The new officers get elected in the last week of January and by the end of December, it is time for a new set of officers to make plans for the next year, who are not elected until the following end of January……our busiest time of year! The Association is extremely important to all of us…why…because we have a VOICE in what happens to us and our investments in our 240 homes and our future. Our recent meeting with Scott Heiler, owner and representative of the Heiler family assures us of a willingness to work together to make sure Southfork continues to be a place we can all be proud of. Now, is the time to think about 2010.…………… The Board of the Association needs YOU as members in 2010. Please don’t let them down! Dot Cady, President, 2009 ____________________________________________________________________________________________

After Christmas Twas the week after Christmas, and all through the house, nothing would fit me, not even a blouse. The cookies I’d nibbled, the eggnog I’d taste, At the holiday parties all had gone to my waist. When I got on the scales there arose such a number, when I walked to the store (less a walk than a number) I’d remember the marvelous meals I’d prepared, the gravies and sauces and beef nicely rared. The wine and the rum balls, the bread and the cheese, and the way I’d never said, “No thank you, please.” As I dressed myself in my husband’s old shirt and prepared once again to do battle with dirt, I said to myself as I only can, “You can’t spend a winter disguised as a man! So away with the last of the sour cream dip, get rid of the fruit cake, every cracker and chip. Every last bit of food that I like must be banished. “Till all the additional ounces have vanished” I won’t have a cookie, not even a lick. I’ll want only to chew on a long celery stick. I won’t have hot biscuits or corn bread or pie. I’ll munch on a carrot and quietly cry. I’m hungry, I’m lonesome and life is a bore, but isn’t that what January is for? Unable to giggle, no longer a riot, Happy New Year to all and to all a good diet!

Pan Fried Crab Cakes with Old Bay Seasoning Serves 4 = The amount of bread crumbs you add will depend on the crab cakes juiciness. Start with the smallest amount, adjust the seasonings, then add the egg. If the cakes won’t bind at this point, then add more bread crumbs, one tablespoon at a time. Ingredients: 1 pound lump crabmeat (preferably jumbo lump), picked over to remove cartilage and shell fragments 4 medium scallions, green part only, minced (about ½ cup) 1 tablespoon fresh parsley or cilantro, dill or basil, chopped 1 ½ teaspoons Old Bay Seasoning 2 tablespoons dry bread crumbs, or up to ¼ cup (see note above), fine ¼ cup mayonnaise Table salt Black pepper 1 large egg ¼ cup unbleached all-purpose flour 4 tablespoons vegetable oil Directions: Gently mix crabmeat, scallions, herb, Old Bay, bread crumbs, and mayonnaise in medium bowl, being careful not to break up crab lumps. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Carefully fold in egg with rubber spatula until mixture just clings together. Divide crab mixture into four (4) portions and shape each into a fat, roumd cake, about 3 inches across and 1 ½ inches high. Arrange on a baking sheet lined with waxed paper, cover with plastic wrap and chill at least 30 minutes. (Can refrigerate up to 24 hours.) Put flour on plate or in pie tin. Lightly dredge crab cakes with the flour. Heat oil in large, preferably nonstick skillet over medium-high heat, until hot but not smoking. Gently lay chilled crab cakes in skillet, pan fry until outsides are crisp and browned, 4 to 5 minutes per side. Serve hot. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Pistachio - Ambrosia Salad 1 pt sour cream 1 cup cool whip 1 lg can pineapple chunks 1 med. can mandarin oranges

½ cup cherries 2 cups coconut 3-4 cups colored mini marshmallows 1 pkg instant pistachio pudding

Directions: Drain all the fruit well. Put all ingredients in bowl, combine well. Put in fridge for at least 1 hr. Serve

Sick List Joe Clifford Doris Hack Zygmund Wielgoszynski

Mary Price Pat VandeMark Dotty Orton

Get well wishes to all! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


Ernest Cady Norman Tierney Bob Lynch Carl Warschkow

Resident passed away Sister passed away Mother passed away Resident passed away

Our condolences to the family and friends! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

ew Residents John & Ruth Clemons

10916 Prairie

Welcome to our community! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

10 ew Years Resolutions! 1. While you walk daily, smile. It is the ultimate antidepressant. 2. Live with the 3 E’s -- Energy, Enthusiasm, and Empathy 3. You don’t have to win every argument. Agree to disagree. 4. Make peace with your past so it won’t screw up the present. 5. Don’t compare your life with others. You have no idea what their journey is all about. 6. No one is in charge of your happiness except you. 7. Forgive everyone for everything. 8. Time heals almost everything. Give TIME, TIME! 9. Envy is a waste of time. You already have all you need. (You are still alive.) 10. Enjoy the ride. Remember that this is not Disney World and you certainly don’t want a fast pass. You only have one ride through life so make the most of it and enjoy the slow ride.

From orm’s desk Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year to all from, Norm, Sandie, Scott, Jeff, Al, Michelle, Andrew, Tommy and Angela. We want to express our sincere thanks to all Southfork Residents for a great 2009. We have had a major change in the RV Storage area . All spaces are numbered and all stored vehicles have a space number on them and must be registered at the office or they will be removed. So if you own anything stored in our storage area lot, please bring a copy of your insurance and registration to the office. All must have current license tags on them. I have also re-located the dumpster and put a fence around them. Please be sure you put your newspapers in the newspaper recycling dumpster only and the other one is only for park maintenance use only. In January, I will place a large roll on dumpster for a one (1) time collection so if you have any junk you can put it in there. This is a one time situation and I will leave it there for two (2) weeks. Thank you for your co-operation. Norm _____________________________________________________________________________________

Thank You It’s the New Year - time for me to reflect back on 2009 and family and friends that are near and dear to me, the friends at Southfork have become so very precious to me. All concerns for “ME” as a person, the beautiful cards that were sent, the flowers and wonderful meals and the goodies that were prepared. All of you have my heartfelt “THANKS” this past several weeks after my surgery! May all of you have a safe and healthy “New Year.” Carol Whitbeck

Women’s Club On December 2nd, 44 ladies met in the Clubhouse for their Christmas meeting. We had a moment of silence in memory of our dear friend, Georgia Duarte, who passed away. After the reading of all the Committee’s Reports, Bobbi Gillis, at the request of Don Duarte, read a letter that Georgia wrote to all the members of the Woman’s Club. ****************************************************************************************************** To: my friends at Southfork Your thoughtfulness, love and support is really something special to me. What a wonderful place, this world would be, if more people were like you all at Southfork. I thank you from my heart for all the cards, love, support, food and flowers. I will miss you all, but I will be with my son Dean, looking down over all of you. With all my love, thanks and prayers, Forever, Georgia Duarte Thank you in my last days, think of you all! ****************************************************************************************************** This was really a nice gesture from Georgia, she was a pioneer of the Woman’s Club and she was there right from the start of our Club, February ‘2001. She was also President and was very active and like to come out with very good ideas. We will surely miss her. She was one of a kind. After we talked about our Bazaar, the ladies were worried hoping that this even would be a success like the other years because this Bazaar is the backbone of our Club and 50% goes to Charity. We do a lot of good in Dade City, we need money to help the less fortunate ones. Well, I can tell you now that our Bazaar was a success, we raised almost as much money as last year. So I want to thank everyone who contributed to this success. You know who you are and I call you “THE ANGELS OF SOUTHFORK.” We have people who worked behind the scene, some baked, some bought tickets, some sold hot-dogs and hamburgs, some worked on the White Elephant table. Some worked every week by quilting or knitting and some made beautiful baskets for the Chinese Auction. Some people help with the setup and also were there to put the Clubhouse back to normal. Some worked on the publicity and a lot worked at the Bazaar and all of that was co-ordinated by our special Mary Bolin. Thanks again to all of you for a job well done. The Charity committee bought 31 pairs of shoes for “Toys for Tots” instead of toys and we supply underwear, diapers, toothbrushes that were given by the Angels of Southfork who worked in silence but when we request something they are always there. After the meeting we had a gift exchange and it was a lot of fun. Then at 10:30am we went out for lunch at the Golden Corral and it was very enjoyable. Ladies, next month on January 6th at 9:30am we will have a “Pajama Party” and please bring Breakfast Food - it should be a lot of fun. We will have 3 prizes for the Best PJ’S, The Most Original and the Most Sexy. Hope to see you there. We will eat first and have the meeting after.

Marielle, President

ovember 23rd Association Meeting Highlights The November Association meeting was called to order by President Dot Cady. All of the Officers and Directors were present along with enough members to present a quorum. Three short presentations were made and the members of the Association voted on the following subjects: First subject: Should a wide screen TV be purchased for the clubhouse? Vote results: Yes 6 No 41 Second subject: Should some kitchen cabinets be locked? Vote results: Yes 39 No 12 Third subject: Should an honor system be implemented to charge for coffee? Vote results: Yes 42 No 5 The President discussed the results of the recent survey taken by Southfork Residents. She stated that a binder had been used to assemble all of the surveys returned and that 10 typed pages had been prepared to list all of the complaints or suggestions along with photos received of numerous complaints. She stated that the book was available for any resident to review. Vice President Tony Trubiano discussed the results of the recent annual meeting with the park manager and park owner. He stated that the overall meeting was very productive. Many problems or concerns had already been addressed and the rest of the concerns were under consideration. He also reiterated the fact that any resident having a problem or concern should first go to the park office and fill our a newly instituted work order form. He then instructed the resident to come to the Board with a problem only after that process was used and satisfaction was not to the residents liking. Mr Trubiano stated that he felt that a good line of communication had been established with the park owner and he urged any resident to sign any letters to management rather then sending letters anonymously. The President also stated that a letter from the park owner concerning his thoughts of the annual meeting will be placed in the upcoming December newsletter. A lengthy list of activities, events and committees that the Board had brought to the members during the year were distributed to everyone in attendance. President Cady gave a list of activities for the rest of the year and made an appeal for anyone interested in the position of activities chairperson to contact her. This appeal was made due to the resignation of Aggie Mitchell who previously held that position and recently moved away from Southfork. Tom Geyer and Craig Whitbeck presented seven (7) by-law changes to the present by-laws of the Association. Six (6) of the proposed changes were voted to be accepted with one (1) change being voted down. A new copy of the by-laws will be made available after January 1st, 2010 to any member requesting a copy.

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Cont’d from the previous page ovember 23rd Association Meeting Highlights Nominations for 2010 Officers and Directors from the floor were offered. The following are a list who will be on the ballot: President: Vice President: Secretary: Treasurer:

Dot Cady (open) Jim Morvatz Phyllis Grossi

Only one seat on the Board of Directors was open and the other 4 will remain: Craig Whitbeck Tom Geyer Larry Ruffner Marti Witham Bob Lynch

2 years 2 years 1 year 1 year 1 year

The election of officers and directors will be held on the 4th Monday of January, (January 25, 2010) at the scheduled meeting of the Association and write in candidates for any position may be made at that time. Persons who will be absent from the January 25th meeting are urged to get an absentee ballot from Jim Morvatz, Association Pro-Tem Secretary at least 3 days prior to the meeting. Those using absentee ballots must return then in a signed sealed envelope to Jim Morvatz before 5pm on January 22, 2010. Tony Trubiano made an appeal for more residents of Southfork to volunteer to be a member of the security watch patrol. This involves patrolling the park approximately one night a month for a few hours during the nighttime. President Cady thanked the Officers and Directors for their efforts throughout the year and also thanked the residents for making their concerns and complaints known and for also being patient with the board until those concerns or complaints were addressed. The meeting was adjourned after 2 hours. Submitted by Jim Morvatz, Secretary Pro-Tem Anyone wishing to obtain an absentee ballot should contact: Jim Morvatz 10842 Prairie Drive Home Phone 352-437-4782 Cell Phone 843-222-2713 e-mail: SUNSETBEACHGUYII@AOL.COM

Southfork Annual Association Meeting

What: Our annual homeowner’s meeting is a chance to meet new neighbors, catch up with old friends and discuss local issues. This January meeting has been designated by our by-laws to be the first meeting of the fiscal year with the election of new officer’s and directors. Please plan to attend and learn what’s happening in Southfork!


Southfork Clubhouse, January 25th, 2010 at 9A.M. sharp!

Why: It’s your neighborhood, too! With our combined efforts, we can continue to make our community a better social environment with better communication to everyone. We need everyone’s support to help and vote on issues that everyone is happy with! It is next to impossible to please everyone but there are ways to try and appease most of the people. If there is anyone who is interested in being an officer or run as a director your name must be handwritten in on the already printed ballot because nominations were closed at the November membership meeting! Who: You, the homeowners, must have your yearly dues paid by January 15th in order to vote for any new officer/director’s. The annual yearly dues is $15.00 per household and only one (1) member of each household is eligible to vote. Submit payment to treasurer (Phyllis Grossi) @ 567-6105, or drop off at 11150 Mesquite Dr or place in the suggestion box in the lobby of the clubhouse. How: No need to RSVP, just show up! Reason: We need more then one candidate for each office to run. If there is only 1 person for each office with no competition, elections will be held and the slate is automatically given to the only ones listed for each office. So, if you want “change” this is the time to do it!!! Please, come and submit your name or your ideas.

SOUTHFORK MEN’S CLUB Recently a notice on the clubhouse bulletin board solicited names of men that would be interested in forming a Southfork Men’s Club. Fourteen men signed up indicating that they would be interested. Another notice has been posted on the bulletin board asking those men, and any others interested in joining to indicate what time of day and what day of the week that they would be most able to attend a meeting. Once a day and time can be established the first meeting will be held to see what kind of organization will be established. Several suggestions have been made: Attend sporting events Form discussion groups Become involved in charitable activities Arrange cookouts Go on Trips Prepare breakfasts Sponsor special parties Plans social and group activities

Southfork men come from many different backgrounds, have retired from many different occupations and have diversified skills. Let’s get together, get to know each other and apply our lifetimes of experience to some purpose. Please encourage your male neighbors and friends to visit the clubhouse and put their names on the list to vote for the most convenient time to schedule our first meeting. Thanks, Jim Morvatz

Southfork Golff Cart Christmas Parade On Saturday, December 19th, this community of Southfork held their annual golf cart Christmas parade. This year’s event had 22 entries with prizes being given in three categories. Decorated with lights 1st Place: entry from Harmony Heights 2nd Place: Craig & Carol Whitbeck

Decorated without Lights 1st Place: Dot Cady 2nd Place: Bill & Diana Strickland

Most Seasonal Decorations Robert & Karen Anderson After forming up at the Southfork Clubhouse the pa participants rticipants led by Santa himself, drove by the judges and then went on to tour the streets of Southfork, Blue Jay and Harmony Heights. During the parade route thru Southfork, the cart drivers stopped at the homes of shut shut-in in residents to give them a gift bag ba containing some Christmas goodies. When the parade was over the participants made their way back to the clubhouse to indulge in Christmas cookies, coffee and Hot Chocolate.

Steve Jeffris Show is coming to Southfork We again will have our annual entertainment from Steve Jeffris on Friday, evening, January 15th at 7pm. Tickets are on sale after January 1st and please watch the bulletin board for further details. Steve puts on one great show of entertainment and interacts with the audience audience.. It is one good evening of music and laughter. Any questions or tickets, please call Dot Cady at 567 567-6456.

“The First 50 Years” It’s taken a long time to write about you. For it has taken me back to the days of our youth. It has been fifty years since it all began. Not a day goes by that I don’t miss you my friend. The hour’s we spent making plans for the day, while the kids were asleep, and our men were away. The time we spent working at the ole “Franklin” stove, of our boss, Mr. Ben saying, “Oh ya, I’m sure.” I still think of the days, spent by the shore, wondering how our men were, for they had gone off to war. There were times that we parted and went different ways. But we never forgot the good ole day’s. When a phone would ring, a voice would say, “we’re just passing thru,” how long can you stay! Then finally we were together again, the kids were all grown, but we still had our men. The coffee cup’s filled all the way to the brim. Out come the picture book’s, “Oh no, that’s them.” We knew that some day it would all have to end. We were so lucky to have each for a friend. It has been two long years since you stopped by to say, “I’m heading up North. Will you be coming my way?” Just don’t forget to call, anytime. “I’ll listen for the phone and leave you a dime.” I guess I knew then, that our time had run out. But I’ll keep the coffee pot on and the picture book out. For one of those day’s, the time may come soon, I’ll hear the bell chime and know that it’s you. What are you waiting for? I’ll hear you say, the coffee pot’s on. This time I’ll know you can stay. In memory of my wonderful friend, Ruth O’Rourke. Our fifty years of friendship was ended! “A time for all seasons” Ruth passed away here in Southfork two years this coming February. Willie Stoever I hope that coffee pot stays hot. _____________________________________________________________________________________

Do you want to learn how to Knit or Crochet? The Yarn Hookers meet every Thursday evening at 6:30pm in the clubhouse and in January we will start classes, (teaching anyone interested), how to either Knit or Crochet. The first project will be a basic dishcloth just to get you started and we have patterns for both.. Materials needed are: Crochet : Crochet Hook size H and 1 skein of 100% cotton worsted yarn. Knitting: US size 7 knitting needle and 1 ball of cotton yarn (ex: peaches and Cream brand) After the basics are taught, we will get into other projects. Come join us and learn a great hobby! If you have any questions, please give Phyllis a call @ 567-6105.

2nd AUAL Women’s HAD AD FOOT TOURAMET SATURDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 2010 AT 11AM. There will be cash prizes and the sign up sheet is on the bulletin board. Deadline for signing up is January 11th, 2010. Entry fee is $5.00 per person. Please check bulletin board at the Clubhouse for the sign up sheet. All entrants, please bring a finger food. Thanks in advance to everyone who will help make this a success and hopefully it can be held each year.

Out and About Mystery Luncheon - Part Two Thursday, January 14, 2010 Departing South fork @ 10:30am Carpooling again, we will wander about on straight country roads. Well, mostly straight, at least straight at times… The distance is about thirty (30) miles, more or less… You may want to select better map readers this trip! Sealed instructions will again accompany your map, But of course, nobody ever open them… Our Hosts are expecting us, and preparing special dishes. Did I tell you that Irish food is good for your complexion? No matter, because we are eating GERMA&. German & American foods fill their ample menu, with prices Ranging from $6.50 - $11.00. Octoberfest, in January, maybe… Don’t forget the “Invaluable” gift drawing!!! Jim & Carolyn McAdams, Phone 330-242-3503 _____________________________________________________________________________________

Association Membership Drive To all who do not belong or would like to join the Association, we are having a Membership Drive on Saturday, January 23rd at 7pm. Come find out what we are all about and what we do. You will see we are a voice here in the community and we are the ones who hold all the social activities here in the park. On this evening we will provide Entertainment, Prizes and Refreshments!!!!! Please see the bulletin board for more information and details. Any questions, contact Dot Cady or Jim Morvatz.

11 Jim Morvatz

18 B J

25 H H John & Shirley Soule

10 B J

17 H H Gary DeLoff

24 B J

31 Phil Gaith

4 BJ

Happy New Year To all!!!


3 Bill Steding


26 B J

19 Jim Stevens

12 B J

5 Bob Murray


Neighborhood Watch Patrol

27 Ted Sternhardt

20 B J

13 Pat & Phyllis Grossi

6 BJ


28 B J

21 H H Susan Solomon Judy Walsh

14 B J

7 Laird Monahan


29 Harvey Barber

22 B J

15 Willie Morris

8 BJ

1 Tony Trubiano


January 2010

30 B J

23 Jim McAdams

16 B J

9 Bud DeGood

2 BJ


For Sale Computer Training Available Roundabout Motorized Wheelchair w/batteries Asking - $1,500.00 (like brand new) Metal 5’ Ramp, Asking - $50.00

We now have Steve Coker @813-695-0451 who is available to train you in your own home on all basic computer issues. Steve is available on Thursday evenings to help you with, getting started on opening up your computer, Internet, Excel, Word, Power Point etc. Give him a call today! @813-695-0451

Leave message on Phone if interested 352-521-6603 Jo Bellows

Steve can also be reached via his email at Pet Sitting

For Sale Technic Organ Asking $800.00 OBO, was over $2000.00 new. Includes, foot pedals and bench. In very good condition. If interested, experienced in giving beginner’s lessons, have background in music theory. Call Colombe Remick 352-567-5665

Avon: Catalogs are available if interested. Please call Tanya or Bobby Hahn @ 567-7125 or email @

Will pet sit, at your house or mine. One on one attention, not a kennel. Paula Campbell 38709 Brahman Dr 352-437-4538 Handyman Available Steve Coker does inside and outside jobs, even hanging curtains or blinds, touch up painting, power washing, yard work, shuttle to the airport, seasonal maintenance, computer training etc. Call Steve, 813-695-0451 License # 081820


January 2010

Weekly Calendar of Events

Sunday : Church Of Your Choice … _____________________________________________________________________________________ Monday:

Coffee @ 8am…… Line Dance @ 10am…… Women’s Poker @ 12:30 Men’s Shuffleboard @ 1pm…… Hand/Foot @6pm……Euchre, 6:30pm Ladies Golf _____________________________________________________________________________________ Mixed Shuffleboard 9am……Exercise @ 10am……Sequence @1pm Men’s Shuffleboard @1pm……Ladies Shuffleboard @ 3pm Men’s Poker @ 4:30pm ……Dbl Pinochle @ 6:30pm _____________________________________________________________________________________ Tuesday:


Men’s Golf……Quilting@ 9AM……Bridge @ 1pm.…..Horseshoe’s @1pm Men’s shuffleboard @ 1pm……Burgers and Dogs @4:30pm to 6pm Bingo @ 6:30pm TRASH PICKUP @ AM ____________________________________________________________________________________ Thursday:

Hand & Foot @ 9am……Water Aerobics @9:45am Bible Study @12:30.…..Dominoes @1pm……Men’s Shuffleboard @1pm Horseshoes @3pm……Ladies Shuffle @ 3pm……Men’s Poker @ 4:30pm Yarn Hookers @ 6:30pm _____________________________________________________________________________________


Mixed Shuffleboard @ 9am……Exercise @ 10am……Women’s Poker @ 12:30 Men’s Shuffleboard @ 1pm……Bid Euchre @ 7pm _____________________________________________________________________________________ “65” (Card Game) @ 7pm TRASH PICKUP @ am Saturday: _____________________________________________________________________________________ Special Monthly Events January 2nd



January 3rd


Bunco night 6:30pm (note, twice a month now)

January 6th


Womens Club PJ party 9:30am

January 9th


French Toast Breakfast 9am (note this month only, 2nd Sat)

January 14th


Out and About Mystery Luncheon 10:30am

January 15th


Steve Jeffris show 7pm

January 16th:


Hand and Foot Tournament 11am (Bring finger foods)



January 17th:


Bunco night 6:30pm

January 18th:


B oard Association Meeting@9:00am

January 23rd


Membership Drive 7pm (see bulletin board for more details)

January 25th


Association membership meeting 9am (Elections)

January 30th



January 16