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2019 ‐ An Amazing 15th Year for Babes Against Cancer!  Many thanks to the Greens Community and all of our sponsors  Babes! We've got you Babes! A huge thank you to all of our Babes for making both the men's and women's  events a spectacular success. The commi ee chair people and commi ee members prepared for months  and the results were wonderful. You are truly the best and your efforts are truly appreciated. Even rain            didn't dampen anyone's spirit. Both days were fun and fantas c!  Best of all, significant funds were raised for the American Cancer Society to be used for research to find a  cure for breast and prostate cancer. Every dollar that we provide brings the world closer to eradica ng  these terrible diseases. Collec vely we can make a meaningful difference and save many lives.  Thank you so much to all of the Greens management and staff, Royalton management and staff, and golf  and tennis management and staff. Together with our Greens community, you helped to produce terrific  events.  The food was delicious, the service was great and everything came together. We really are grateful  for your efforts and coopera on.   Also, thank you to all of our generous sign donors, raffle donors and those of you who a ended our two  Babe events.  Without you, this successful charity event could not have happened.  June Ingraham, Senior Manager, Community Development for the American Cancer Society was our                 wonderful speaker at the women's Babe. She provided interes ng informa on about ACS and about the  history and current status of the Long Island wide Babe charity  par cipants. Once again The Babes chorus  and video were the highlight of the women's event.   The Hope Lodge meet‐ and‐ greet cocktail party and dinner was also a wildly successful and fun evening.  Hope Lodge is a facility run by the American Cancer Society in New York City. Cancer pa ents can stay there  with a caregiver free of charge while undergoing  treatment.   Please save the date!  On Sunday October 20, 2019 there will be a YOUnited Against Cancer walk to benefit  breast cancer research by the American Cancer Society here at the Greens.  Detailed informa on will be  forthcoming.  Dona on checks made out to The American Cancer Society are always welcome and can be dropped off at  the addresses listed below.  In the meantime....Keep smiling, Keep shining!  Maxine Koenig and Eileen Shindler  390 Altessa           144 Altessa  Babe Co‐Chairs


Page Social News .............................................................. . 1 Greens Veteran’s Club .............................................. . 6 Movie Nights ............................................................. 13 Greens Men’s Group ................................................. 14 Italian American Group ............................................ 15 Women’s Group of The Greens ................................ 16 Hadassah ................................................................... 17 The Snowbirds........................................................... 18 Tennis News .............................................................. 20 Social Calendar .......................................................... 21 Dining Calendar ......................................................... 22 Special Events at The Grill Room .............................. 23 Labor Day BBQ .......................................................... 25 Rosh Hashanah Dinner .............................................. 25 Sales News ................................................................ 27 Fitness Center ........................................................... 28 Golf News .................................................................. 29 Tournament Schedule ............................................... 30 Ryder Cup .................................................................. 31 Sadie Hawkins Tournament ...................................... 32 League Schedules ...................................................... 34

Classes/Seminars Art Workshops ........................................................... 2 History of The Holocaust ........................................... 6 September Kid’s CraŌ ................................................ 7 Defensive Driving ....................................................... 9 Tech Help Sessions ..................................................... 12 Events/Trips Babes Against Cancer Event Winners ........................ 3 Babes Against Cancer Event Pictures ......................... 4 Karaoke Night ............................................................ 5 Resorts World Casino Trip ......................................... 8 UlƟmate Bingo .......................................................... 7 Trivia Night ................................................................. 12

CLUBHOUSE HOURS & PHONE NUMBERS thegreensathalfhollow.org The Greens Clubhouse Main Phone 271-4500 Main Club Fax 271-4515 Greens Golf Pro Shop Tuesday– Sunday 9:00am-5:00pm Starter/Tee Times ReservaƟons 271-4514 The Social Department Tuesday–Saturday 10:00am-3:00pm Meena Khan 271-4500 ext. 111 Ted Halperin 271-4500 ext. 110 Fitness Facility & Indoor Pool Tuesday -Friday 7:00am-9:00pm Saturday & Sunday 8:00am-5:00pm 271-4926 The Royalton on The Greens Banquet & Catering 271-5404 Greens Card Rooms Tuesday– Friday 10:00am-10:00pm Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm Sunday 10:00am-8:00pm AccounƟng Department Monday– Friday 10:00am-2:00pm

IMPORTANT INFORMATION For quicker response in case of an Emergency, Fire, or Ambulance, call Melville Fire Department, 547-4121. For The Greens Security, contact the Front Gate, 923-3377

PHONE LIST Concierge Front Gate North Gate HOA FaciliƟes HOA Fax Number

271-4500 923-3377 923-3378 923-3373 421-5813

Clubhouse Hours Monday- Club Closed Tuesday-Friday- 9AM-10PM Saturday & Sunday-9AM-8PM

A reminder of the rules: • • • • • •

ID Cards are to be carried at ALL Ɵmes while in the Clubhouse. Under no circumstances is food or beverage to be brought into the Clubhouse area including card rooms. AŌer 6pm in the Main Lounge and the restaurant, all members and their guests are asked to refrain from wearing shorts and sports aƫre. The use of cell phones is strictly prohibited throughout Clubhouse. Please adhere to the clubhouse hours of operaƟon. All members are asked to leave card rooms and all other areas promptly at 10:00pm on weekdays, 8:00pm Saturdays and Sundays. Members must abide by the current rules and regulaƟons set forth by the club. Updated copies of the rules and regulaƟons are available at the concierge desk or at www.thegreensathalĬollow.org.


To All of Our Greens Members, How can it be?! This is the last newsle er before Labor Day?!...It feels like just yesterday we were opening the outdoor pool! We s ll have a few more weeks of basking in the sun and then the weather will hopefully stay beau ful for con nued Tennis and Golf play me. None-the-less The Greens Social Department has many great indoor events and ac vi es planned and we hope to see you all there! YOUR NEWSLETTER IS INTERACTIVE! ALL CLUBHOUSE, DINING AND GOLF EVENT PAGES HAVE A CLICKABLE LINK THAT WILL TAKE YOU RIGHT TO AN ONLINE SIGN UP FORM! The Men’s and Ladies Babes Events were among the most successful in recent years! Thank you for your conƟnued support! Our trips and events have been SELLING OUT, so make sure you register soon for these upcoming events. Get ready to escape, connect, laugh and get inspired! Allow your crea vity to thrive as you create your own one of a kind masterpiece in the comfort of your Clubhouse! Join us on Thursdays, August 22nd, September 5th and September 19th at 10am for step-by-step instruc on from an experienced ar st in a new ar s c medium! These are not events to be missed! Warm up your vocal cords and dust off your dancing shoes! Join us for a Karaoke Dance Party on Friday, August 23rd at 7:30pm! This is a night of music, dancing and karaoke that is not to be missed! Come for dinner at The Royalton and stay for the party, and enjoy preferred pricing! Are you ready to shout BINGO?! UlƟmate Bingo returns on Friday, August 30th and Friday, September 27th at 7pm! Don’t miss out on your chance to have some serious fun and win some serious prizes! Bring the Grandkids down to The Clubhouse on Saturday, September 7th at 11am for an a ernoon of crea vity at our September Kid’s CraŌ! On Sunday, September 22nd we will be offering a Defensive Driving Course at 10am in the comfort and convenience of your own Clubhouse. Clean up your driving record and save some money on your car insurance or just come to refresh your knowledge! Our last casino trip this year is planned for Wednesday, September 25th. You don’t need to travel far to win big! Join us as we travel via luxury coach bus to the brand new Resorts World Catskills in Mon cello, New York! Try your luck one more me before the year is over at the largest collec on of slots and table games this side of Las Vegas! Exci ng ac on close to home! Soak up the sun, relax, and enjoy the rest of your 2019 summer season here at The Greens! We wish you health and happiness! Scroll through your monthly newsle er or stop by the concierge desk for any addi onal informa on and to register for any of The Clubhouse events!

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Art Workshops with Lauren Singer

Our resident artists have been thoroughly enjoying our art classes with Lauren Singer. Keep reading below for upcoming classes!

Thursday, August 22nd at 10:00am Arcs of Color In this class, we’ll explore the exciting style of French artist, Sonia Delaunay, who is known for her innovative use of color and rhythmic geometric patterns. You’ll be guided in elements of composition, color theory and abstraction as you use oil pastels, artist tools and stencils to create your own Delaunay! All materials provided. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Thursday, September 5th at 10:00am Creating Audubon Inspired Bird Images Birds have universal appeal because of their beauty and movement, however many artists fail to capture their distinguishing features. In this drawing class you will learn from the masterful images of Audubon, the great ornithologist and artist, how to create a unique and lyrical image of a bird from a photograph using brilliantly hued, fine markers and pencil. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Thursday, September 19th at 10:00am Creating an Abstract Painting In this exciting class, you’ll learn how to simplify and transform an image into an abstract work on canvas using acrylic paint. Color theory, composition and painting techniques will be explored. Get inspired by examples of different forms of abstraction. Wear clothes to paint in! You’ll bring home a masterpiece ready to hang on the wall! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

No experience necessary. $20 per workshop paid directly to instructor Price includes all supplies! Registration is required. 2


1st Place Low Gross Norm Fastenberg & Mickey Mines Mike Weinstein & Joseph Viviani 1st Place Low Net Harry Koenig & Michael Klein Art Roth & Jeff Sheriff 2nd Place Low Net Arnold Shindler & Robbie Shindler Steve Shindler & Ken Shindler

2nd Place Low Gross Paul Valentino & Russ DiBenedetto Joseph Markowski & Richard Farrell 3rd Place Low Gross Steve Candell & Steven Spaeth Michael Newman & Edgar Hernandez 3rd Place Low Net Herbert Kreindler & Peter Kreindler Brett Kreindler & Jeffrey Kreindler

Closest to the Pin- Edgar Hernandez & Jeff Kreindler Closest to the Line- Ken Shindler

RAINED OUT

BRIDGE

CANASTA 1st place- Justine Borsuk

1st place- Evie Abruzzo

MAH JONGG 1st place- Sharon Becker

2nd place- Tobe Choset

2nd place- Elyce Burger

2nd place- Karen Grill

3rd place- Betty Borsuk

3rd place- Roz Berlin

3rd place- Rosalie Wolinetz

RAINED OUT The Babes Against Cancer events at The Greens were a huge success. We thank Maxine Koenig, Eileen Shindler, Arnie Shindler, and the entire committee for all of their hard work. We have all been touched by cancer in some way. We encourage everyone to participate next year and donate! 3


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THE GREENS PRESENTS

Karaoke Night Friday, August 23rd at 8:00pm JOIN US FOR A FUN FILLED KARAOKE NIGHT! CHOOSE FROM HUNDREDS OF SONGS! ENJOY HAPPY HOUR PRICED DRINKS ALL NIGHT!

$20 PER PERSON TAKE 50% OFF KARAOKE (PAY ONLY $10) IF YOU HAVE DINNER AT THE GRILL ROOM THAT EVENING! Don’t forget to make your dinner reservations! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

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THE GREENS VETERAN’S CLUB Our club is open to all Greens residents and we welcome you to attend our monthly meetings. Please be sure to register for meetings held in the clubhouse so we may have an appropriate space. Our club was formed to promote camaraderie among our resident Veterans and provide guest speakers who talk about varied topics of interest, including some programs that are interes ng to all residents. Come and listen to our own Veterans converse about their military and life experiences. There is no be er apprecia on, respect and honor for Greens Veterans who answered their call to duty, than to a end our monthly mee ngs.

Upcoming Programs

Our clubhouse meetings begin at 10:00 A.M. - Please silence your phones. August 27, Clubhouse, 10:00am: Rabbi Joel Grossman will speak about his deceased father , a WW II veteran and hero, who was the first to land on the Marshal and Gilbert Islands in a furious 6 day ba le as a signalman for the unit that preceded what is now known as Navy Seals. He was awarded numerous medals and has the original framed hand wri en le er on White House sta onary from President Harry S. Truman commending his service. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! September 24, Clubhouse 10:00am: Mary Ann Fox novelist who had a 4 page story published Newsday in the week-end edi on on May 26, will speak about her book “Proudly We Served,” which is a collec on of biographical military stories she exacted from scores of interviews of Veterans, mostly WW II and Korea. She undertook this project so that Veterans could have their stories of service preserved. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! October 22, Tuesday, Clubhouse 10:00am: Edward Aulman will speak about Veterans affairs, benefits and programs. Ed hosts the Cablevision Public Broadcas ng channel 20 Veterans News programs that air weekly at 6:30 P.M. He is the former Director of the Nassau County Veterans Service Agency; is a Marine Vietnam Veteran, and was a rifle platoon Commander. Ed was also the former President of the New York State County Veterans Service Officers Associa on and a former Veterans Service caseworker on the staff of U.S. Congressman Thomas Suozzi’s staff. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! Thank you for your service!

For more information call Bill Davidson, President (631) 365-3468

wmdlid@optonline.net

HISTORY OF THE HOLOCAUST LECTURE SERIES WITH RAFI WEISS Fridays, Aug. 16th, Aug. 23rd and Aug. 30th 10:00am-11:30am Between January 1933 and April of 1945 Nazi Germany engaged in a state wide mass murder of the Jewish People. It is es mated that by the end of WWII six Million Jews were killed for no other reason but that of being Jewish. By 1942 the allies knew of this massive killing but did very li le to stop it. Most countries under Nazi occupa on helped the SS in their monstrous mission . With one outstanding excep on of Denmark all other European countries made no effort to help their Jews escape from death . How did this happen and Why? In this short lecture series Rafi Weiss will try to answer some of the most puzzling ques ons in this regard. You will learn how Hitler rose from a nobody to the lo y posi on of the Chancellor of Germany. You will hear about his deep rooted An semi sm and how it helped him gain popularity with the Germans, including the most educated. The development of his police state and the wide spread use of Concentra on camps will be discussed. The persecu on of the Jews of Germany and the racial Nuremberg laws will be described. This sad chapter in Jewish history must never be forgo en Join us as Rafi Weiss, Greens resident, and Professor at Farmingdale University helps us gain an understanding of this important part of history. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! 6


September Kid’s Craft

Fall Trees

Saturday, September 7th at 11:00am Calling all Greens Grandkids and Country Pointe Kids! Join us on Saturday, September 7th as we make fall trees. *A light snack and juice box will be provided. *Please register by September 4th so we have enough supplies for everyone!

$5.00 per child

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Ultimate Bingo! 9 27 19 27

7:00

$20 per person 2 Cards Included $10 each additional card

$200 GRAND PRIZE! CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

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CATSKILLS

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25TH AT 9:00AM By popular demand! TEST YOUR LUCK AT NY’S NEWEST CASINO! Resorts World Catskills is New York’s newest casino- resort with the closest proximity to Manhattan. Nestled among the beauty of the Catskill Mountains, Resorts World Catskills offers an unmatched experience in excitement, entertainment, and luxury. Resorts World Catskills provides unparalleled gaming like no other in the region, featuring 100,000 square feet of gaming action including 150 live Las-Vegas style table games, 2,150 state-of-the-art slot machines, a poker room and private gaming salons. $35 per person includes $25 slot play and $15 food voucher to be distributed upon arrival CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! 8


Take your Defensive Driving Course in the convenience and comfort of the Clubhouse.

On Sunday, September 22nd at 10:00am Completion of this course Reduces Up to 4 points on your license, and Guarantees 10% Car Insurance Discount. Plus you will be a more informed, safe driver. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate; within one month an official certificate will be mailed from Albany. This course is $55 Payable by cash or check to the instructor on the day of the class.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Flu Shots SAVE THE DATE: October 8, 2019 from 2-7pm GET READY FOR BATTLE, FLU SEASON IS NEAR! The Greens Club is planning to help your defense! Arrangements are in the works for a flu clinic to be set up here in the clubhouse in October to offer regular, double dose & pneumonia shots.

Look for more information in the next newsletter.

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THE BOOKENDS Thursday, September 19 at 2:00pm

THE BOOKWORMS

Tuesday, September 10th at 7:00pm Get ready to laugh, have fun, and test your trivia knowledge with your neighbors. All are welcome to come and play at the Clubhouse! There is no fee for this event.

Thursday, September 26 at 2:00pm

THE BOOKNIKS Friday, September 27 at 2:00pm

Technology Help Session Thursday, September 12TH from 9am-12pm and Tuesday, September 24TH from 6pm-9pm Your Library Comes to You! Tech Help from your Half Hollow Hills Community Library.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Librarian Brian Adams will be here to help you with any of your tech needs. Please call to set up an appointment to come by with your devices and/or your tech questions for brief one-to-one help.

OPEN TUESDAY- SUNDAY: 10:00AM TO 7:00PM

You may bring your own

MEMBERS ONLY: 10AM-12:30PM

 Laptop  Smart Phone  Tablet If you have specific questions on how to use any of them

GUESTS WELCOME FROM: 12:30-7:00PM

There is no charge for these classes, but you must make an appointment. Registration is required. Please drop your registration forms at the clubhouse concierge desk, or fax them to 631-271-4515, Attn: Social Department.

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Book Club Tuesday, September 17 at 7:00 pm Rated PG-13 - 1 hr 44 min Cast: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen Friends and members of the 60-plus set, Diane, Jane, Sharon and Carol have seen it all when it comes to relationships. But after reading "Fifty Shades of Grey," they're inspired to make bold choices in the romance department, with hilarious results.

Going in Style Tuesday, September 24 at 7:00 pm Rated PG-13 - 1 hr 36 min Cast: Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Alan Arkin Cheated out of their pensions, three elderly friends decide to extract justice from the system by robbing a bank and then heading for Las Vegas. But their grand plan starts to fall apart when a dogged FBI agent picks up their trail. 13


THE GREENS MEN’S GROUP HAPPENINGS Mike Borsuk, Editor ON SEPTEMBER 25 THE GREENS MEN’S GROUP IS SPONSORING A SPECIAL EVENT FOR GMG PAID-UP MEMBERS ONLY. DETAILS TO FOLLOW.

UPCOMING PROGRAMS LIBRARY MEETINGS ARE NOW HELD AT THE SOUTH HUNTINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY (SHPL), 145 PIDGEON HILL ROAD, HUNTINGTON NY 11746, 631-549-4411, AND SHPL MEETINGS BEGIN AT 10:15 AM (DOORS OPEN AT 10 AM). CLUBHOUSE MEETINGS BEGIN AT 10 AM EXCEPT WHERE OTHERWISE INDICATED. ALL RESIDENTS ARE WELCOME.

August 21, Clubhouse- Jack Schnur has developed a library of multi-media biographical presentations about many well-known celebrities He returns to review the legendary career of singer, stage and screen actress, and film director Barbra Streisand. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! August 28, SHPL- Dr. James Coll returns to present “My Name is Alexander Hamilton”. In this talk, he will explore the life and political philosophy of the New York founding father currently dancing his way across a Broadway stage, and the way the musical addresses some of the events that helped to shape him. Singing by attendees not required but will be encouraged (not too loudly, please!). September 4, Clubhouse- Erik Sherman’s career in many diverse pursuits is extraordinary. As a journalist he has written articles for the NY Times Magazine, Newsweek, and Fortune, among other publications, He’s been a prolific author of numerous books, a manager at a publicly held company, a marketing consultant, a photographer, and a teacher. Hear about his nationally recognized work. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! September 11, SHPL- Bob Keeler retired at the end of 2012 after a 42 years as a reporter, editor, and editorial writer at Newsday. He won a Pulitzer Prize for beat reporting in 1996. He is working on his fourth book, "Sacred Soldier: The Dangers of Worshiping Warriors." On the anniversary of this horrific day, he will describe attitudes toward our military in the post-9/11 era. September 18, Clubhouse- Andrew Kane returns talk about his latest book, “The Other Hand”. An Orthodox LI rabbi learns that his son is gay, his daughter is dating a rumored Muslim, and his good friend, a real estate mogul, is indicted for fraud. His family is now in crisis, his congregation is in revolt. The rabbi is forced to square his suddenly chaotic reality with the traditions and beliefs he has practiced and preached his entire life. Oy vey! September 25- SPECIAL EVENT SPONSORED BY THE GMG

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

AS A COURTESY TO THE SPEAKERS AND THE AUDIENCE, PLEASE SILENCE CELL PHONES AND SIMILAR DEVICES. CONSULT THE WEEKLY E-MAIL BULLETINS FOR ANY CHANGES TO THE FOREGOING SCHEDULE.

SPORTS AND RECREATION Saturday, October 5, 6:45 am- Time for football and fun as we make our annual bus trip to West Point. Bring your family, friends, and companions. Children must be over 13. The bus has just 55 seats, so book early. Bus leaves from the Winter Parking Lot at 6:45 am. The trip starts with bagels and beverages on the bus. Upon arrival we will watch a U.S. Army cadet parade and parachute jump. The football features Army v. Tulane. Following the game there will be sightseeing and cocktails (on your own) overlooking the Hudson at the famed Thayer Hotel. We conclude the day with dinner at a nearby restaurant before leaving for home. Contact Arty Noskin at ahtee1@aol.com or 223-3500 for pricing and other details. Mondays- Billiards, 1 PM, Felt Billiards, 6133 Jericho Tpke. Commack (call Arty Noskin, 223-3500). Mondays and Tuesdays- Outdoor Pickleball—1-2:30 PM. Walt Whitman Park opposite South Huntington Jewish Center, (contact Steve Swersky (shsmd1@optonline.net) Tuesdays- 3:00 pm, Stickball at Half Hollow Park opposite middle gate. Call Irv Zaroff, (223-3392). Bowling on Tuesdays (practice) at 12 Noon (call Arty Noskin, 223-3500) and Thursdays at 11:30 AM (for bagels), 12:00 PM for league bowling. Both sessions at Farmingdale Lanes (call Marvin Rosen, 367-7178 or Mike Robinson, 645-1429 for details. Bocce on Sundays at 10:30 AM and Wednesdays at 1 PM Call Pat Iassogna (470-5543) for details.

WE MOURN THE PASSING OF OUR ESTEEMED MEMBER MARTY HOCHLER, AND EXTEND SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO HIS WIFE, IRENE, AND THE FAMILY. For further informaƟon contact our President, George Borsuk, at 367-0047. 14


The Greens Italian–American Group What a great turnout for our End of the Year Luncheon on July 24. It was a beautiful day, the food was delicious and the music and dancing was endless. A great time was had by all!! –Grace Chabot Membership: The Greens Italian-American Group is always looking for those who have interest in celebrating the heritage and culture through the hosted events and activities. If you are considering becoming a member, please contact Marilyn Fontana or Marie Costello. (See phone numbers below).

Calendar of Upcoming Events *Please note: All bus trips will be leaving from the Winter/ Long Term Parking on Verona Wednesday, August 21, 2019 – 5:00 pm - The Italian American Women’s Group - We will be having a Dine Around. Look for our e-mail for additional information. Contact Maureen Donohue at (631) 423-1202 for information. Wednesday, August 28, 2019 – We will be going to New York City to see the Temptations Broadway show "Ain't Too Proud". A deposit is needed to reserve your seat. Please make out your checks to Sunset Travel and drop them off at 1187 Adriatic Drive. There is a wait list for this. Friday, September 13, 2019-The Italian American Women’s Group – Our Welcome Back Cocktail Party. Check your e-mail for the details. Contact Marge Romeo (631) 673-3424 or Ann Wenzler (631) 271-1931. For members only. Wednesday, December 18, 2019 – The Italian American Group will hold their annual Christmas Party. More information to follow. DON’T FORGET TO SIGN UP FOR ALL CLUBHOUSE EVENTS AT THE CLUBHOUSE CONCIERGE DESK! Please continue to support our ongoing local service project to provide microwaveable food (ramen noodle cups, cup of soups, Chef Boyardee cups) baby products (larger size diapers, wipes) and hygiene products for the Brentwood Shelter. All donations may be left on the bench at 384 Altessa Blvd. Please notify Marge Romeo, Head of the Sunshine Committee, at 631-806-9787 (c) if you wish to share information on a member’s relative who has suffered illness or loss so that appropriate arrangements can be made. It is with great sadness that The Italian American Group extend their sincere condolences to the family and friends on the passing of Sal Loria and to long time partner Nancy Bradley.

CONTACTS Penny Cuomo Ruggirello, Co-President Anne Caria, Co-President Marie Costello, Vice-President Marilyn Fontana, Vice-President Eileen Gray, Coordinator of the Women’s Group Grace Chabot – Secretary Frank Rizzo – Treasurer

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General Meetings Wed., Sept. 4, 7:30 pm: James Coll presents “ The History of Impeachment” CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! Wed., Oct. 16, 7:30 pm: Debbie Wells presents “Artist Couples” CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

New Members Welcome! e!

Showtime 2019:Seasons of Love

Fri., Oct. 25 & Sat. Oct. 26, 7:15 pm, Half Hollow High School West, Wolf Hill Road, Dix Hills. . .your friends & neighbors are polishing their acts. Tickets go on sale for WGG members 9/2, ticket sale for non-members begins 9/10, more info to follow. All welcome. In addition to Please remember to make a reservation if you plan to attend a meeting friends & family greetings we are offering advertisement All Greens residents are welcome! space in the program, for info Contact: Jane Rosen, nanajrosen@aol.com Movie Club: 10/7, 12:30 pm, enjoy a stimulating discussion about a current film, details to follow Contacts: Phyllis Blum, pblummtl@gmail.com Check With Group Leader For Departure Location Of Your Trip Memoir Group: first Thur. of month, 10:30 am-12 n, figure out who you used to be & document experiences for yourself & SINGLES & OTHERS others. For more info Contact: Amy Bellow, Contact: Sandi Shulman, 239-5057 titamyium@aol.com, 631 424-1144 Meet & Greet: 9/10, 4 pm, clubhouse library, dinner to follow Mah Jong & Canasta Lessons: please watch bulletin for Old Westbury Gardens: September TBA, sculptures by Polish announcement of new lessons in the fall Contact: Helen artist Kedziora, dinner to follow Schiffman, schiffy@optonline.net BROADWAY THEATER Brunch Groups: new randomly assigned groups forming Contact: Ilene Morris, 223-3869, 119 Madeira Contact: Roz Finkel, rpfinkel@verizon.net Tootsie: 8/21, inc. trans., wait list Knitting Club: no meetings until further notice Contacts: Betty Ain’t Too Proud: 9/25 inc. trans., wait list Borsuk, 631 367-0047; Roz Finkel, rpfinkel@verizon.net; Ilene Morris, 516 445- 9930 EVENTS & TRIPS Yiddish For Beginners: last Tues, of month, 10:30-11:30 am, Contacts: lIona Garnets, 629-4298; Arlene Motkin, 385-0879 beginners interested in learning conversational Yiddish Scavenger Hunt: 9/15, event to take place in the town of Contact: Phyllis Blum, 516 661-0696, pblummtl@gmail.com Huntington, women & men welcome, more info to follow Annual Card & Mah Jongg Party: 11/13, more info to follow

Intellectual Activities

Social Activities

Philanthropic Activities

How do you measure a year in life? In daylights or in sunsets, in midnights or in cups of coffee, in inches or in miles, in laughter or in strife? Please join the WGG cast on October 25th and 26th for their production of Seasons of Love. Proceeds to benefit the Guillian Barre Syndrome Foundation. A favorite charity you would like us to consider? Please contact Susan Viviani, 549-2580 or Mary Candiano, 516 902-6909 Philanthropic Co-Chairs for a Grant Proposal Form or to answer any questions

Membership Dues If you haven’t already renewed your membership for 2019-20 please drop off your check made out to WGG at Felice Kestenbaum’s house, 177 Altessa, 629-4833. Include your name, address, phone # & email with your check. Also indicate whether you are renewing or are new to The Greens or new to WGG. Singles & Others membership is additional. Separate checks made to WGG please! (Can be placed in one envelope.)

Don’t Miss Important Info

Community Service Contacts/Drop Off: Elyce Burger, 147 Altessa Blvd., 470-1082 Vivian Sachs, 148 Altessa Blvd., 923-1108, please call Elyse before dropping off donations Supplies For Success Drive: Thank you to all who contributed Clothing & Household Goods Drive: please donate men & women’s items, linens & small things for the ACLD 9/1 through 10/15 Shoe Drive: we are collecting shoes for Souls to Souls from 9/1 through 10/15 (please rubber band pairs together) PLEASE MAKE CALLS TO CONTACTS 9 AM TO 9 PM ONLY!

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Not been receiving our emails? Changed your email address? E-mail ellieopp@aol.com so you can receive our information. Be sure you have her email address in your address book/contacts. Also check your SPAM/junk mail as our group mail may go there

Thinking Of You . . . If you are aware of the passing of a loved one of a member of the WGG please advise us of the necessary details Contact: Ellie Oppenheim, ellieopp@aol.com or 424-7177 Only paid-up members may participate in workshops & trips Communications Co-Secretary Karen Thaler 8/19 Print


HADASSAH HAPPENINGS AT THE GREENS August/September 2019 PLAN AHEAD:  

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Wednesday August 28, 2019: Trip to the Leiber Museum in East Hampton. Your check is your reservation. Please write checks to Hadassah at the Greens. Drop off at the home of Sharon Berman, 111 Madeira Blvd. 516-4597040 or Barbara Brofman, 567 Bardini Drive. 631-256-6531. Check your e-mail for more information. Wednesday, September 11, 2019, Clubhouse, 7:30PM, Carol Cott Gross, popular speaker and writer (Florida and New York) and Terri Glatzer, retired adjunct professor of Early Childhood Education, Certified Rape Counselor and trained to speak on anti-bullying techniques will discuss “How to Become a Thoroughly Modern Grandmother”. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Sunday, December 15, 2019, Save the date. A Hanukkah Concert featuring Sam Glasser a world renowned Jewish singer and composer of soulful music that has become part of the fabric of Jewish communities world wide! More information to follow. Pre-Registration is required for all Hadassah events and programs held in the Clubhouse. Drop off your registration at the Clubhouse or fax to 631-271-4515.

HADASSAH NEWS: EDUCATION: STUDY SHOWS MEDICAL CANNIBIS EASES AUTISM SYMPTOMS IN CHILDREN. Autism Spectrum Disorder affects 1 in 160 children worldwide. It can affect communication, behavior and social skills. An Israeli scientific study has shown that using medical cannabis in children under 18 years of age can relieve symptoms such as seizures, disruptive behaviors, depression and restlessness. Scientists at Ben Gurion University and Soroka University conducted the study, using cannabis oil. One hundred eighty-eight children, ages 5 through 18 who had ASD took part in the study. After 6 months of treatment, the quality of their lives improved and a percentage were able to dress and shower independently. Symptoms of rage attacks were also improved in seventy-two of the children. The results were based mostly on parent’s observation and because they were subjective, scientists have concluded that while the treatment appears to be safe, further investigation is needed. Sondra Borenstein MEMBERSHIP: Welcome to our new Lifetime member, Barbara Schwartz and our new Annual Members, Sandy Cinker and Anita Lodato. Please come to our meeting and functions to meet our Hadassah family. Do you want to make an impact? That is what we do! Join our powerful network of women around the country… We are the Women Who Do! Join Hadassah’s network of 350,000 members, Associates and supporters. Advocate for important women’s issues. Support advanced medical care and research in Israel. Celebrate life! Become a Life Member of Hadassah. Honor an occasion. Welcome someone into the Hadassah Family. Gift a Life Membership whether it is birth of a baby, Bar/Bat Mitzvah or a special birthday. Men with a mission can become an Associate Member of Hadassah. Our Associates have launched a National Men’s Health Initiative to create awareness of health issues for men such as Prostate Cancer, Lung Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease. Join Hadassah! For information call Renee Weinberg 631-367-7247. HADASSAH CARDS & CERTIFICATES: Are you aware of the beautiful cards and certificates Hadassah has to offer? We have cards and certificates for Mazal Tov, Birthday, Get Well, Anniversary, New Baby and Condolences. These cards can be purchased or sent out for you. For cards call Grace Lazarowitz at 631-673-2920 or email at mlins@optonline.net. For certificates or if you would like to plant a tree in Israel in honor of, or in memory of someone, we have JNF Tree Certificates. To send these please (c) 212-685-9550.

PRESIDENTS’ MESSAGE: Ellen Hershkin Hadassah’s National President and Hadassah delegates elect next Hadassah National President. “It is my privilege to share some important news coming from Hadassah’s 99th National Convention held in New York City. Hadassah delegates from around the country elected our next Hadassah National President. On January 1, 2020, Rhoda Smolow will become our 27th National President. For 39 years, Rhoda has demonstrated her passion for Hadassah as a fourth generation Life Member. As we see attacks on Jews, on Israel, and on women’s rights, we know just how important that our efforts continue to be. I have confidence in Rhoda Smolow’s ability to lead Hadassah for the next four years, to take is from strength to strength,” Ellen Hershkin. B’Shalom Aviva

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SNOWBIRD 2020 CALENDAR OF EVENTS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8 WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO INVITE YOU ALL TO THE INCOMPARABLE BOCA WEST CC. IT IS ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING CLUBS IN SOUTHERN FLORIDA,ONE NOT TO BE MISSED. OUR CO-CHAIRS ARE NANCY BERNSTEIN (631)692-6692, RENA LEVY (631)692-4125, AND SUSAN KARMIN (631)692-9763. PLEASE BRING CHECKS WITH YOUR TABLEMATES TO NANCY BERNSTEIN AT 306 MADEIRA. TABLES ARE EITHER 8,10 OR 12.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13 JOIN US FOR AN ENJOYABLE FOREIGN FILM (WITH SUBTITLES) WITH MR. SHELLY ISSAC AS OUR LECTURER. THIS WILL BE AT THE DELRAY MOVIE THEATER ON ATLANTIC AVE AND HAGEN RANCH. WE WILL MEET THERE AT 9AM AND AFTER HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LUNCH AT THE NEW MIA RESTAURANT, A LITTLE WEST OF HAGEN RANCH ON ATLANTIC. OUR CO-CHAIRS ARE AUDREY PLUSCH (631)367-7277, BOBBI SOROKA (631)423-0391 AND CHERYL COHEN (631)367-2449. CHECK TO GO TO AUDREY PLUSCH AT 646 BALFOUR.

MARCH 3RD AND 4TH WE WILL BE GOING TO MIAMI ON A GUIDED TOUR FOR AN AFTERNOON OF MYSTERY, MAYHEM, VICE AND CRIME LED BY DR. PAUL GEORGE. LUNCH AT THE HISTORICAL NATIONAL HOTEL ON COLLINS AVE. SOME WALKING WILL BE DONE WITH HEADPHONES SO WE CAN HEAR HIM EASILY. YOU MUST PICK WHICH DAY YOU WANTTO GO (TUES. OR WED.).YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO CHANGE THIS. CO-CAPTS. ARE BARBRA LEW (631)424-7979 AND PHYLISS FINKELSTEIN. CHECKS GO TO BARBRA LEW AT 382 ALTESSA BLVD. ALL DUES MUST BE PAID TO YOUR CAPTAINS BEFORE EVENT CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED. IF YOU DON’T KNOW YOUR CAPTAIN, CALL THELMA KESSLER AT (631) 423-3698. Anyone who is a member of The Greens, and owns or rents a home in Florida, is eligible to be a member of Snowbirds. Please make sure Bobbi Soroka (roreo73@aol.com) has your current email address so we can keep you up to date on important information. 18


THE GREENS EVENT REGISTRATION FORM Member Name:

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Unit Number:

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Phone Number:

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Today’s Date:

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NAME OF EVENT

DATE OF EVENT

# OF PEOPLE ATTENDING

1 2 3 4 5 6

SIGNATURE:

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*By signing above, this member is aware of The Greens cancellation policy. If cancelling less

than 72 hours before an event, full price will be charged. Upon registration, a 50% non-refundable deposit is required. ************************************************************************************ For Office Use: Date Received: ___________________________________ By: _______________________________

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Bob Harjes Director of Tennis

TENNIS NEWS Mark your calendars!

Court me sign-up for reserva ons is 7:00 AM online at our website, www.TheGreensAtHalfHollow.org. A er 8:00 AM, reserva ons can be made by telephone (631 271-4514) or in person at the Pro-shop. Full names and unit numbers are always required. Check the bulle n board in front of Court #1 for tennis events, lessons and clinics and for all sign-up informa on.

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS “Shape-Up”...8:00 AM - New members must try-out before playing. Call Bob for a try-out Ɵme.

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Wednesday, August 14 at 8:00 AM - Ladies Doubles Scramble. (Sign up- courtside) Tuesday, August 28th at 8:00 AM - Ladies Doubles Scramble. (Sign up- courtside)

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Tuesday, August 20 at 9:30 AM – Men’s Inter-Club Social (away). This is a compeƟƟve inter-club match. Sign up with a partner (Courtside). th • Thursday, August 29 at 9:30 AM – Men’s Inter-Club Social (away). This is a compeƟƟve inter-club match. Sign up with a partner (Courtside). CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP MEN’S DOUBLES & MIXED DOUBLES - FIRST ROUND- SATURDAY, AUGUST 17TH - Sign up the first week of August

Congratulations to all our winners! 1st place 2nd place

LADIES DOUBLES SCRAMBLE Nancy Kaufman & Eva Storozum Lenore Perry & Nane e Cohen

Babes Against Cancer Tournament

RAINED OUT

REMEMBER AGAIN… IT IS IMPORTANT TO FOLLOW THESE STEPS WITH THIS HEAT…

Please follow the USTA 10 steps recommendaƟon: 1. Physically Prepare — The more physically fit the tennis player is, the less likely they will experience heat-related issues. 2. Drink, Drink, Drink — Drinking a combina on of water and electrolyte-enhanced beverages throughout the day will help keep the tennis player well hydrated. 3. Don’t Rely on Thirst — Drink consistently, not just when thirsty. The body may be 2 percent dehydrated by the me thirst is experienced. 4. Increase Salt Content in Food and Drink — As salt is the major electrolyte lost in sweat, it is essen al to replace this important electrolyte throughout the day. Foods that contain high salt content include vegetable juice, canned soups, sports drinks and salted pretzels. 5. Use Ice and Other Cooling Mechanisms — Keeping the body cool before, during and a er prac ce or compe on is helpful in maintaining an appropriate body temperature. However, pu ng ice directly on muscles and joints during play is not advised due to the possibility of muscle and joint s ffening. 6. Appropriate fuel before, during and aŌer pracƟce or match 7. Clothing — It is best to choose light-colored, breathable and loosely-woven fabrics to help sweat evaporate easily. 8. Sunscreen — In addi on to helping reduce the instances of skin cancer, which is important for long-term health, applying liberal amounts of sunscreen will also prevent short-term sunburn that increases an athlete’s skin temperature and may make them more suscep ble to heat-related problems. 9. AcclimaƟon — It is important to get the body adapted to a hot environment. Most occurrences of heat illness take place in the first 2-3 days of training or compe on in a hot and humid environment. 10. Reduce contact with direct sunlight when not playing 20


Sun 1

Mon 2

Tue 3

Wed 4

Greens Men's Group 10:00am

Club Closed

Clubhouse 9am-7pm Fitness 7am-5pm

Women’s Group of The Greens 7:30pm

Sadie Hawkins Tournament 8

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10

Club Closed

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Club Closed Pool Closing Day 22

18 Movie Night “Book Club” 7:00pm

Defensive Driving 10:00am

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Club Closed

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Club Closed Rosh Hashanah Begins at Sundown

Italian American Group 7:30pm 25

Tech Help Session 6:00pm Movie Night “Going in Style” 7:00pm

Ladies League- Week 8 29

Greens Men's Group 10:00am

Ladies League- Week 7 23

Sat 7

Kid’s Craft 11:00am

Men’s League- Week 6 13

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Tech Help Session 9:00am

Men’s League- Week 7

Ladies League- Week 6 15

Fri

5 6 Audubon-Inspired Bird Drawing with Lauren Singer - 10:00am

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Hadassah 7:30pm

7:00PM

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19 Creating an Abstract Painting with Lauren Singer - 10:00am

Bookends - 2:00pm

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Bookworms - 2:00pm Trip 9:00am

Bookniks - 2:00pm Ultimate

Men’s League- Week 9

7:00pm

Closing Day Scramble


Sun 1

Mon 2

Tue 3

Brunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Wed 4

Club Closed

Thu 5

Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Patio Grill 12:00pm-4:00pm

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Brunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00pm Dinner 5:00pm-9:00pm

10

Club Closed

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Buffet Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

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Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Patio Grill 12:00pm-4:00pm

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Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00pm

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Brunch 11:30am-3:30pm

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Club Closed

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Buffet Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Patio Grill 12:00pm-4:00pm

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Brunch 11:30am-3:30pm

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Buffet Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Happy Hour 5:30-7:00pm

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Brunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Rosh Hashanah Dinner 5-8pm

Club Closed

Dinner 5:00pm-9:00pm

Patio Grill 12:00pm-4:00pm

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Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Dinner 5:00pm-9:00pm

Patio Grill 12:00pm-4:00pm

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Happy Hour 5:30-7:00pm

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Dinner 5:00pm-9:00pm

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Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Lunch 11:30am-3:30pm

Dinner 5:00pm-9:00pm

Sit Down Wine Pairing Dinner Part Deux 6:30pm-9:30pm


PRIME STEAK DINNER, CIGARS, MARTINIS & BOURBON SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH FROM 6:00-9:00PM $59.95 PER PERSON +10% SERVICE AND SALES TAX

SELECT BOURBON, SCOTCH, MARTINIS & CIGARS INCLUDED CLICK HERE TO RESERVE!

LABOR DAY BBQ MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND FROM 12:00-4:00PM $32.50 PER PERSON +10% SERVICE AND SALES TAX CLICK HERE TO RESERVE!

SIT DOWN WINE PAIRING DINNER PART DEUX SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH FROM 6:30-9:30PM $47.50 PER PERSON +10% SERVICE AND SALES TAX

MULTI-COURSE WINE PAIRING EXTRVAGANZA! JAZZ NIGHT AT THE GREENS SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19TH FROM 6:30-9:30PM $59.95 PER PERSON +10% SERVICE AND SALES TAX

LIVE ENTERTAINMENT

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JOIN US FOR

Come check out our mouth watering menu of omelettes, pancakes, French toast, and bagels! CALL (631) 271-5404 FOR RESERVATIONS! Please call: (631)271-5404 ext. 133 or Email: info@theroyaltongreens.com

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Reservations will be confirmed via email or text. If you don’t receive a confirmation, the reservation has not been taken.

Tip: You can also view all of your dining reservations on The Greens website: www.thegreensathalfhollow.org, under ‘My Dining Reservations’ on the left side of the page.

Gi Cards are available for purchase at the front desk! Come by today and buy gi cards for the Grill Room. They make perfect giŌs for your friends and neighbors! 24


CLICK HERE TO RESERVE!

COME CELEBRATE THE JEWISH NEW YEAR WITH US ! SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29 TH FROM 5:00-8:00 PM

$45.00++ PER PERSON [ CHILDREN

HALF PRICE ]

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On-Line Dining Reservations To make a dining reserva on, sign in to The Greens Web Site and click on the double arrows in the dining sec on on the  right side of the page. See the Red arrow below    In the dining module where reserva ons will be taken,     you will see the bu on  ’Request a Dining Reserva on’. 

To make a reserva on, click the word Reserve. 

On the following page you will be able to select  the date and  me of your reserva on request.   You will also have the ability to include any   special requests in the comment box.  Next you will enter who will be at your table with  you. Your name appears on the le , ‘Guests’   reflects to your spouse and any non‐members  who will be joining the group as your personal  guests. Change that number to the expected  amount.    If part of your party includes Greens members,  click on the bu on ‘Add Member’. A new box  with all the clubs residents will appear. You can  start to type a few le ers in the search box, and  when the member you are looking for appears in  the box, click their name. 

Now select how many personal guests they will have with them  This example  is a total   party of 8.  

Now if the reserva on is complete, click on the Save Reserva on Bu on.    The following screen will show your reserva on as ‘Requested’. Once it is confirmed by The Grill Room Management you  will then receive an email and text no fying you that it has been confirmed.  Reserva ons can only be made up un l 14  days in advance.  Maximum table size is 12 people.  26


ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE GREENS!!!! WE HAVE QUALIFIED BUYERS LOOKING TO PURCHASE AND RENT

FOR SALE MIRASOL- ASKING $959,000 VISCAYA- GORGEOUS GOLF COURSE VIEW ~ ASKING $1,395,000 VALENCIA- GOLF COURSE AND POND - TOO MANY UPGRADES TO LIST ~ ASKING $1,650,000 COUNTRY POINTE- COLONIAL - GORGEOUS, EVERY POSSIBLE UPGRADE, AWARD WINNING RESORT BACKYARD ASKING ~ $1,595,000

OTHER LISTINGS AVAILABLE AT THE GREENS MEDICI- ASKING $899,000 FLORENZA- RANGING FROM $1,199,000-1,249,900 VISCAYA- WITH WALK-OUT BASEMENT, GOLF & POND VIEW $1,199,000 VALENCIA- (RANCH) WOOD FLOORS, UPDATED MASTER BATH $1,149,999 If you are thinking of Selling or Renting, please call for a free MARKET analysis.

Watch for New Listings Posted @ Concierge Desk! Other Exclusives may be Available Please Call the Sales Of ice – 631-271- 4500 x105 EMAIL: ikrupnick@thegreensli.com Mobile#516-384-6868 Your Greens at Half Hollow Real Estate Professional and Neighbor!

Ilene

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Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Closed

9:00amPilates

8:15amMega Mix

8:30am CoreFusion

8:45amYoga

8:30amSilver Gloves Boxing

NO CLASSES

10:00amCardio Express

9:00amStrength & Stretch

9:30amInterval Mix

10:00amMegaMix

9:15am Balance and Flex

Balance and Flex: Will -A low impact class that emphasizes Balance, Strength, and Flexibility exercises to promote easier mobility in our daily activities. Cardio Express: Jane - Get your heart rate elevated in half the time! Join Jane as she leads you through a cardio workout using a variety of formats! Silver Gloves Boxing: Will - A high energy, low impact workout that has proven to increase strength, stamina, eye-hand coordination and reduce stress. This is a no contact class for all levels. CoreFusion: Jane - A fusion of Pilates based core work, basic Yoga poses, basic Tai Chi poses, strength training, and stretching moves that will enhance core strength, balance and flexibility. Mega Mix: Cindy —A low intensity class packed with low impact aerobics, dance, drills of strength, power resistance and core training moves. Interval Mix : Cindy —The class that combines Cardio with weight training is the perfect blend to enhance your fitness level! Sign up now! It’s a lot of fun! Pilates: Jane -This Pilates class is for ALL fitness levels! Each move can and will be modified to meet your fitness ability. Can’t do a certain move standing up? No problem! We’ll show you how to work the same muscle sitting down! Strength & Stretch: Jane/Cindy—This class consists of cardio, stretching, and weight training; 15-minute increments of each. You’ll increase your strength and energy level, and have fun at the same time! Yoga: MaryAnn—You will focus on the “Just Now” and learn how to reduce stress and relax. This class will help you link your body and mind through lengthening and strengthening. Times and Instructors are subject to change. 28

Get into shape with our Fitness Packages! Unlimited Monthly Classes $80.00 Fitness Class 6 Pack $65.00 (6 classes to be taken in 90 days) Individual Fitness Classes $12.00 per class PERSONAL TRAINING WITH WILL 5 hours- $375 (Can be done in 1/2 hr. sessions) Sign up for the Unlimited Monthly Classes to get the best value! Make sure to call the Fitness Facility or stop by for the offers that best suit your lifestyle!

Fitness Center Hours

Tuesday-Friday, 7am-9pm Saturday, 8am-5pm Sunday, 8am-5pm MEMBERS MUST SIGN UP IN ADVANCE FOR ALL CLASSES! ID CARDS MUST BE PRESENTED UPON ENTERING FITNESS CENTER, POOL, & SPA


Paul Scharf, Director of Golf Dear Members, July has come and gone, and we are in full swing here at The Greens. The irst half of our Men’s and Women’s league have inished up and we have moved right into our second half. If for some reason you missed the sign up - it’s never too late to join. We had a full ield for the 4th of July event, I think everyone enjoyed themselves. The weather didn’t really cooperate for our Babe events, while the men had to play in the rain the women didn’t even get that lucky. We had over 3 inches of rain the morning of the Women’s Babe making it impossible to play golf, however the festivities inside never let up. I’ve been told The Greens raised an enormous amount of money again this year. Congratulations to everyone, what a tremendous accomplishment. Everyone seems to be enjoying our Flash Sales in the golf shop this season, so those will be popping up every now and again. We have been continually receiving new merchandise. I think I can safely say I won’t hear “there’s nothing to buy in the shop” this season, the place is packed! As a reminder if there is something we don’t carry or if we are out of a size please let us know and we will order it for you. Coming up we have the Club championship, the Ryder cup, and the Men’s Member-Member plus our Play with the Pro series has continued again; I’m expecting full ields for all so please come into the Golf shop and sign-up! This half we will be experimenting with a Men’s League 9 Holers. So, if you have been thinking about joining the league, but feel the 18 holes might be too much, we are encouraging you to join the Men’s league 9 Holers. The 9 holers will tee off after the 18 holers and play the same formats on Thursdays. I’d like to take a moment to talk about the major misconception between a scramble and a best ball. In scramble format, all players tee off, choose which shot is best and all play their next shots from the location of the best shot. For the best ball format, each player hits his own ball throughout the round. However, at the end of each hole, the lowest score or “best ball” is used as the team score. As always, if you ever need anything please don’t hesitate to contact me or my staff. Sincerely, Paul Scharf Director of Golf 29


AUGUST 8/17

Saturday

Men’s Member‐ Member 

SEPTEMBER 9/2

Monday

Sadie Hawkins  

9/28

Saturday

Closing Day Scramble 

Please Note: All tournament sign‐ups must be done in the Pro Shop or online one month prior to the tournament.  All sign ups must be confirmed. Thank you for coopera ng! 

men’s member-member

saturday, August 17th tee times beginning at 8:00am

2 Man Best Ball Format Net Prizes $25 per player CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! 30


JOIN US FOR THE ANNUAL RYDER CUP AT THE GREENS GOLF CLUB SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH AND SUNDAY, AUGUST 25TH •

FOUR 9 HOLE MATCHES TBD

SATURDAY 8/24 WOMEN’S TWO 9 HOLE MATCHES TBD

TEAM VS. TEAM COMPUTERIZED GROUPING BY HANDICAP INDEX

CASH $$$, RAFFLES, LOTS OF FUN!

FRIDAY NIGHT COCKTAIL RECEPTION FOR TEAM DRAW AND OPTIONAL BRUNCH & AWARDS FOLLOWING GOLF ON SUNDAY

CONTACT PAUL SCHARF (DIRECTOROFGOLF@THEGREENSLI.COM) OR MICKEY MINES (MMINES1@GMAIL.COM) FOR ALL INFORMATION AND TO SIGN UP 31


Labor Day Sadie Hawkins Tournament Monday, September 2nd 10am Shotgun Remember the origin of Sadie… The ladies invite the men! Your partner cannot be your spouse. They can play in your 4-some but cannot be your team-mate! •

Gross & Net Prizes

Raffles

Special Contests

Awards Ceremony

Grand BBQ Following Tournament!

$60 per player

(++ F&B)

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2019 Golf Event Registration Form Name of Tournament ______________________________ Event Date _______________ Member Name:

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Unit Number:

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Phone Number:

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Today’s Date:

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Paired with: ________________________________________________________________

Please read below before signing……

SIGNATURE: __________________________________________________________ By signing above, this member is aware of The Greens Golf Club Written Cancellation Policy. If canceling less than 7 days before a Golf Tournament or Golf Event, full price will be charged. Cancellations must be in writing. Receipts will be furnished for all cancellations. Registry for this will be taken no sooner than one month before the event. (Lottery to be held afterwards if event is sold out). Please hand deliver to the Pro Shop or Fax to 631-271-4514. Thank You.

Date Received: ________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________ For office Lottery use only.

Name(s): __________________________________________ Tournament Status:

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Unit # _______


August 20th August 27th

Week 4 Week 5

September 3rd

No League- Club Closed

September 10th

Week 6

September 17th

Week 7

September 24th

Week 8

October 1st

Week 9 - 2nd Half Ends

Week 4 – August 20th – STROKE PLAY FREE THROW- Each player will receive one throw or toss per 9 holes. You may toss the ball from anywhere, out of the sand, the woods, or even on the green into the hole. LD & CTP. Pro

Challenge: Beat The Pro: BUMP and RUN contest (hybrids).

Week 5 – August 27th – OMG (HEAVEN & HELL)- Half the holes will be played significantly easier and the other half played harder. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Beat the Pro: Chipping Contest. Week 6 – September 10th – TEAM STABLEFORD- Each player is given a quota( handicap subtracted from 36) all 4 quotas will be added up to get your team goal. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Play a hole with the Pro. Week 7 – September 17th – WORST HOLE THROW OUT- Throw out 9 of your worst holes, half your handicap will be deducted. Nine holers can throw out 4. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Beat the Pro: Closest to the pin contest. Week 8 – September 24th – MULLIGAN TOURNAMENT- played indivdually in class. 2 mulligans per 9 holes. You must announce to the group when you are taking a mulligan then you MUST use your mulligan. LD & CTP. Pro

Challenge: Beat the Pro: Straightest drive contest.

Week 9 – October 1st – STEP ASIDE SCRAMBLE- END OF THE 2019 LEAGUE- Each player hits and the best shot is selected. The persons shot being used must step aside and not hit the next shot. Format repeated till ball is holed. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Play a hole with the Pro.

August 22nd August 29th

Week 4 Week 5

September 5th

Week 6

September 12th

Week 7

September 19th

Week 8

September 26th

Week 9

October 3rd

Week 10 - 2nd Half Ends

Week 4- August 22nd – ARIZONA SHUFFLE- 4 person team event. one best ball on the par 4's and two best balls on the par 3's. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Play a hole with the Pro. Week 5- August 29th – INDIVIDUAL STABLEFORD- Your points will be determined by your previous point history. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Beat the Pro: Chipping. Week 6- September 5th – TEAM STABLEFORD- The 4 Quotas will be added together to get your team goal. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Play a Hole with the Pro. Week 7- September 12th – INDIVIDUAL STABLEFORD- Your points will be determined from your previous point history. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Beat the Pro: Closest to the pin. Week 8- September 19th – TEAM BEST BALL- Each Player plays their own ball. The team will select the best Gross and Net score per hole. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Play a hole with the Pro. Week 9- September 26th – INDIVIDUAL STABLEFORD- Your points will be determined from your previous point history. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge: Beat the Pro: Straightest Drive. Week 10- October 3rd – STEP-ASIDE SCRAMBLE- END OF THE 2019 LEAGUE- STEP-ASIDE SCRAMBLE with an 8:30am Shotgun start. If your shot is chosen you must step aside and not hit the next shot. LD & CTP. Pro Challenge:

Play a hole with the Pro.

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Ladies Tuesday Golf League 2019 League Registration Form 2nd Half = 9 weeks = $120 Tuesday, July 30th–Tuesday, October 1st

Circle One:

18 Holer

9 Holer

Member Name: __________________________________________________________________________

Unit Number: __________________________________________________________________________

Phone Number: __________________________________________________________________________

Today’s Date: __________________________________________________________________________

SIGNATURE:

______________________________________________

By signing above, this member is aware of The Greens Golf Club Written Cancellation Policy. If canceling less than 5 days before the first League date, full price will be charged to Member’s account ($120.) Cancellations must be in writing. Receipts will be furnished for all cancellations. Payment above is for second half of Ladies League. Rain cancellation credit will be rolled over into the following weeks’ tournaments. You may sign up online, hand deliver this form to the Pro Shop or fax it to 631-271-4515.

Men’s Thursday Golf League 2019 League Registration Form 2nd Half = 10 weeks = $130 Thursday, August 1st–Thursday, October 3rd

Member Name: __________________________________________________________________________

Unit Number: __________________________________________________________________________

Phone Number: __________________________________________________________________________

Today’s Date: __________________________________________________________________________

SIGNATURE:

______________________________________________

By signing above, this member is aware of The Greens Golf Club Written Cancellation Policy. If canceling less than 5 days before the first League date, full price will be charged to Member’s account ($130.) Cancellations must be in writing. Receipts will be furnished for all cancellations. Payment above is for second half of Men’s League only. Rain cancellation credit will be rolled over into the following weeks’ tournaments. You may sign up online, hand deliver this form to the Pro Shop or fax it to 631-271-4515. 35


How to Make a Tee Time or Court Time On the new the web site, you can make Tee Times or Court Times as well as view current times is the new Information Box labeled “My Tee Times” and “My Court Reservations” on the clubs web site. It looks like the picture below. When you already have times, it will show in the box as soon as you sign into the site. To make a tee time, click on the yellow arrows to the right in the header bar. A new screen will appear where you will again see your current times, but you will see a button where you can now Request Tee Time. Click on this button to show the Calendar. If you notice, some of the dates appear in a highlighted color. These are the only dates available to make a time. The rules for tee times are already part of the system. Next, click on an available date to bring up the request screen.

Under “Select A Time”, click on the drop down arrow, and only those times that are available will show. If a time is already taken, it will not appear in the drop down box. You can still click on “Prev” to change the date or “Next” when you have selected a time. After you select a time and click “Next”, you can now add the other members or guests you will be playing with. Again, the clubs rules concerning guests are in the system, so if there are any time restrictions on guests; you might not have this option based upon the selected time.

Click on “Member” to add other players. Guests that have already been entered into the system will be in the Guest Book, while new Guests can be added in the appropriate button. The system does track guest play.

The Member Screen and the Guest Screen work the same way. As soon as you start typing a name, a list will form as you type. This works for first and last names, so you will not have to type out the whole name. Select the person you want to add. Now will see Player 2 is the name selected. Continue until the group is complete. If you selected the wrong person, you can click on “Remove”to make a correction. Click on “Finish” when the group is complete. Your Tee Time is now complete and shows as Requested until the starter confirms your Tee Time. At that point you and everyone in the group will get an email confirmation. Court Reservations work the same way except that you will select a court and duration set by club rules. We hope you enjoy the convenience of the new system!

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Around The Greens August/ September 2019  

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