Announcement: September 2018 Monthly Activity and Event Schedule

Enjoy a cup of coffee and a donut in the Clubhouse on Monday mornings from 8 AM to 8:30 AM.

**BADGES REQUIRED**

If you are new to Tanglewood, please join us at Monday Morning Coffee at the Clubhouse and sit at the Welcome Table (look for the yellow sunflower on the table). We look forward to meeting you!

*Remember if you are unable to come up to the Clubhouse for Coffee, you can turn to your Comcast Cable channel 195 and watch from the comfort of your own home.

SEPTEMBER 2018 ACTIVITIES AND EVENTS SCHEDULE

Monday’s Bingo– Every Monday Beginning September 10th, Please be here and ready to play by 6:15 pm
Monday, 3rd Labor Day– Offices Closed
Friday, 7th Ice Cream Social-2:00-3:00 pm, Clubhouse (see more page 3)
Monday, 10th Sevens-1:00 pm Community Room
Thursday, 13th Bayside Ladies Luncheon-(see more page 6)
Thursday, 13th End of Summer Bash-2-4pm, Pool Veranda (see more page 3)
Saturday, 15th Country Breakfast –8:00 am, Clubhouse
Saturday, 15th Dance –7:00 pm, Clubhouse (see more page 5)
Monday, 17th Flu Clinic– 7:30-10:30 am (see more page 6)
Wednesday, 19th TMAC-3:00 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 19th HOA– 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Thursday, 20th WOW Luncheon – (see more page 7)
Friday, 21st Dead Man Dating– 7:00 pm, Clubhouse (see more page 6)
Saturday, 22nd Dead Man Dating– 7:00 pm, Clubhouse (see more page 6)
Wednesday, 26th Let’s Talk Tanglewood– 2:00 pm, Clubhouse (see more page 3)
Thursday, 27th Ladies Luncheon-11:30 am, (see more page 7)

For all Non-Emergency calls to the Highlands County Sheriff Department. Please call 863-402-7200.

FROM YOUR COMMUNITY MANAGER

TRASH/GARBAGE: By now everyone should have had enough time to swap out their waste or recycle can for a smaller one (if needed). Now it’s time to find a home for your cans. They are to be stored in an area not visible from outside the dwelling. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please feel free to contact the business office.

GATE DIRECTORY: Telephone line at the US 27 entry gate has been updated and is able to dial long distance, cell phone numbers. If you would like to have your cell phone number listed in the directory at the gate system for your guests to access you directly for entry, please contact the business office (in writing) with the number you would like to have added. You can also contact the business office for directions on using the directory.

PETS: Pets must be kept inside the home or on a leash accompanied and supervised at all times. No pet shall be left outside unattended or tied up. Dog houses or dog runs are prohibited. While the pet is outside, resident shall be responsible for any clean up needed, including picking up droppings when the pet is walked in the Community.

TANGLEWOOD is a proud member of Florida’s Manufactured Housing Association (FMHA).Recently the FMHA was successful in negotiations with Highland’s County to assess the new fire tax per square foot, instead of a flat rate, for a lessor impact on affordable housing such as manufactured homes.We would like to thank them for their efforts in assisting with this.

Residents pay taxes by way of pass ons in the land lease communities. It will be important for us all that Amendment 2 passed this year. It will keep the 10% cap on certain annual property taxes.It is supported 100% by Florida Senate and 97% by Florida House of Representatives, but we will all need to vote yes to get it passed again.

I meet with residents after Monday Morning Coffee in the Community Room. I’m there until 9:30 a.m., or you can contact me via phone, through email, or in person by appointment. Making an appointment would be best so that I can set aside time to meet with you without any interruptions. I look forward to seeing you!!

BEAUTIFICATION RECOGNITION FOR SEPTEMBER 2018
The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Dana & Kay Silva, 1621 Wildflower Dr. Congratulations!! This beautiful yard and well-groomed home is appreciated by all our residents. The judging includes a well maintained yard, clean exterior of the home, as well as maintained plants and shrubs.

Each month we will recognize a home with beautifully maintained yard. The Award sign will be in the yard for one month. A resident committee chooses a yard each month, and there are several guidelines they must follow.

FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE

ICE CREAM SOCIAL – Hometown America will be serving ice cream and all of your favorite toppings for an Ice Cream Social for Tanglewood residents and guests on September 7th from 2:00—3:00 pm in the clubhouse.

END OF SUMMER BASH
Come out and help us say goodbye to summer. We have asked Rick Arnold to come and entertain us for the last party of the summer season. This party will be on the upper pool veranda from 2-4 pm on Thursday, September 13th. Beer, wine, sodas, and entertainment all provided by Hometown America.

LET’S TALK TANGLEWOOD
Please join us for our next Let’s Talk Tanglewood on Wednesday, September 26th, at 2:00 pm. All residents are encouraged to attend this meeting.

RED HOT BABES
Red Hot Babes, Red Hat group, meet the 1st Monday of every month at 11:00 am in the Craft Room.

BOWL OF FUN WAUCHULA
We will start bowling on September 7, 2018. Be there by 8:45 am.

If you have any questions you can contact Bob & Sue Bryant (863) 414-7075 or Pat Weidner (419) 304-0291. If you wish to carpool let us know.

SINGLES SEPTEMBER SCHEDULE (plus park events, check the book)

  • Tue, 4th 8:30am Dee’s (Breakfast)
  • Wed, 12 th 12:30pm Qtrly Meeting/Salad-Bar Luncheon, Clubhouse
  • Sun, 16th 1-4 pm Game Day (Craft Room)
  • Tue, 25th 5:00pm Watering Hole (B-Dinner)

The Singles Group is a Social Club, gathering together for fun and fellowship. No Officers! No Dues! No Obligations! Pick and choose those events you want to attend.

Pick up a schedule in the book or contact – Gerry Dewing – 385-4605 /gerry55@juno.com

SOME NEW IDEAS!
The summer season is still here, and there are still many activities going on here in Tanglewood.The RV Club has some suggestions for you to consider. At your next gathering of friends, be it a planned evening of cards, a club/committee activity, or a neighborhood gathering, work on a way to help raise money for the annual Christmas Food Drive.

You could do a 50/50 drawing. Perhaps do a game of cards, petanque, bowling, golf, pickleball and set a price on points.It could be a penny, a nickel, or a dollar a point with the proceeds going to the RV Club’s Food Drive.We’re asking that you help us get off to a good start by keeping the Christmas Food Drive in mind at your gatherings through fall.

Any amount helps us, and is greatly appreciated.Heather Paine is the RV Club contact person. Her address is 2610 Lazy Days Lane, and you can reach her at 508-274-4113.If you need 50/50 tickets, or have money to drop off, she is the person to see.

A MESSAGE FROM THE TANGLEWOOD “HOMETOWN” SALES TEAM:
The Tanglewood Sales Team would like to introduce our newest team member, Gerry Rollinson. Gerry joins Tanglewood with 10 years’ experience in manufactured home sales. His skills and experience are a welcome asset to the team.

Call any of our team members when you need help selling or buying a home. The Tanglewood “Hometown” Sales Team of Jay Etherton, Robin Etherton, or Gerry Rollinson are here to help you. (863) 402-2485.

MOTORCYCLE RIDERS
Come ride with us on Mondays and Thursdays. We leave at 9:00 am from the Petanque parking lot.

TANGLEWOOD DANCE COMMITTEE NEWS
Our next Saturday night dance is September 15, 2018. Dan Patrick is the featured entertainer. His choice of songs and his wonderful voice will be enjoyed by all. Please come, enjoy Dan’s music, and fun with your neighbors.

Many new residents have chosen to make Tanglewood their home. Invite your new neighbors to join you at the dance, and introduce them to other residents. The summer season is slow, and there are fewer activities to attend, so be the first to invite and attend with your neighbors.

The doors open at 6:30pm with the dance from 7pm-10pm. Bring your own beverages and snacks. Ice will be provided. Remember to bring extra cash to buy 50/50 tickets.

PROGRESSIVE JACKPOT HAS BEEN WON!
The progressive jackpot has been won!!!
House # 1580 was a winner of $110.00.
The progressive jackpot will go back to $50.00 in September.
Come out to the next dance.
The number picked may be yours!!

BAYSIDE LADIES LUNCHEON
The luncheon on Thursday, September 13 will be held at the Sunset Grill on Lake Jackson at 11:00am.

If you have recently moved into Bayside, we may not have your email to send you an invite. If you have lived in Bayside for a long time and haven’t been to one of our luncheons recently, we may not have your email to send you an invite. BUT all ladies are invited, and encouraged to join us for some great fellowship and food.

Please email Sandy Radawiec at sandbar21@msn.com to make your reservation, and have your email added to our list.

FLU CLINIC
Walmart will be here for a Flu Clinic on Monday, September 17th. If you wish to have your Flu shot done, please come between the hours of 7:30 am –10:30 am.

PETANQUE TOURNAMENT
1st Tournament of the year will be on Sat., Oct. 6, at 9:00 am.

Sign up at Monday. Coffee on Sept. 24 & Oct.1 at 8:00 am. Daily Play will start on Oct.1.

DIVERSION COMMITTEE NEWS
Only four tables remain for the November 10 Craft and Hobby Fair. They are $5 apiece, contact Shirley Kabet at 863-385-6972.

DEAD MAN DATING
Readers’ Theater returns to Tanglewood on Sept. 21 and 22 with the original comedy, “Dead Man Dating”. This two-act play was written and directed by resident Betsey Ellis.

What happens when a man just can’t let go? Come see! Admission is free, and there will be one of Sybil’s famous cupcakes at Intermission. There will be a 50/50 and a raffle – more about that at Monday Coffees. The curtain goes up at 7:00.

“Dead Man Dating” is the premier production of the Diversions’ Committee’s Theater On A Dime (TOAD). TOAD welcomes all residents to participate in their projects, physical limitations are no barrier to joining in the theater experience.

Participation has been very good for the summer Second Tuesday Food Drives, and the local food banks are grateful.The next one is scheduled for September 11, and will benefit the Parkway Food Mission.As always, set your non-perishables out on your driveway by 8:30 for collection.You can also give your donation or cash to Billie at any time.

LADIES LUNCHEON
September’s Ladies Luncheon will be at the Outback Steakhouse, Thursday, September 27th. Arrive 11:00 am and Order 11:30.

Order from the menu and pay there.

WOW
Wow widows will have their next lunch at JR’S RUNWAY CAFE on September 20th.Meet at clubhouse by 12:20 to leave at 12:30 for 1PM LUNCH.Need a ride call Annette DiMare – 863-382-8769.

LIP SYNCH CONTEST
Lip Synch Contest – Fundraiser for the RV Club Food Drive.

At 7 PM on October 20 the Diversions Committee will sponsor a Lip Synching contest for the benefit of the annual RV Club Food Drive. This is a Fundraiser.

RULES AND INFO:
Any resident OR employee of Tanglewood is encouraged to form a team to compete. A team may be one person or a dozen or more.

Choose the song you want to perform to; get copy of it to the Tech Committee by October 10. You will NOT be singing, just mouthing the words, or lip synching. You provide your own props and costumes, there will not be a stage crew to assist.

TMAC Committees, Neighborhoods, clubs and singles are welcome to register a team. Office workers, groundskeepers, maintenance, everyone can join. Be creative, synch your song to your activity. Or pick your own very favorite song from days gone by. Channel your inner Elvis, Patti Page, John Denver, Madonna, or Pete Seeger.

Judging will be done by audience applause, so be sure to have all your friends and neighbors come to cheer for your team. A fabulous prize will be awarded to the winner. But the real winner here will be the RV Club’s food drive.

Team Registration: $10, non-refundable. Change your chosen song up until October 1. Cash or a check to Heartland Food Bank is acceptable.

You can register and participate in as many teams as you’d like. Fill out registration forms on the credenza or from Billie’s office. If more than one team chooses the same song, the team with the earlier paid registration will get it.

TANGLEWOOD OUTDOOR DECORATING COMMITTEE WANTS YOU!!
Another Christmas season is approaching, and the Outdoor Decorating Committee is HYPED and EXCITED!!! We have fantastic plans for expanding the lights around the community. The first year we started with 36 Christmas trees around 2 ponds and Christmas Wreaths on the entrance poles.

Last year we added 88 wrapped trees in what we call the forest (in the circle area).

This year we will have the wrapped trees, and hope to have over 100 trees around the community, We also have a beautiful new crèche that was generously donated by our Tanglewood Community Church.

The ODDC is also responsible for the banners that you see hanging from the poles all around the community. Hometown America is very helpful to us as they put the banners up and take them down when they need to be changed.

In addition to this, the ODDC is also responsible for “Tanglewood Friends”. Typically, this consist of holding approximately four dances per year.

Here’s the good part! At the current time, we have several openings for people who want to be part of this exciting committee. We would like people who are interested in contributing to the betterment of the community, and who are willing to work as much or as little as their schedule allows.

If you would like to be part of this great committee that is dedicated to Tanglewood. Give us a call.

  • Jan Carbaugh 616-901-4268
  • Frank Irilli 419-706-4042
  • Penny Irilli 863-835-1435

SPECIAL EVENTS SHOWS CONCERT SERIES 2018-2019

  • Sunday, October 21, 2018 – The Beach Boys, Tribute
  • Sunday, November 18, 2018 – Mary Ellen Hooper and Kenny Hess
  • Sunday, December 9, 2018 – Edge Effect, Christmas Show
  • Friday, January 11, 2019 – Showcase
  • Sunday, January 27, 2019 – Orlando Transit Authority
  • Sunday, February 10, 2019 – Phil Dirt and the Dozers
  • Sunday, February 24, 2019 – The Queens of Florida
  • Sunday, March 10, 2019 – Liverpool Live
  • Sunday, March 24, 2019 – Two Shay and Mark Merchant
  • Sunday, April 7, 2019 – Fleetwood Mac, Tribute

SPECIAL EVENTS SEASON TICKETS
Get your Special Events season tickets from Billie at the Activities Office. Cost is $80.00 per resident. $90.00 per non resident.

MEMORIAL SERVICE

  • Jean Lucille Wilson
  • July 12, 1927– October 31, 2016
  • Loving wife to Dale
  • Mother to Ann, Kay (1946-2016), Beth, Dru, Rod, & Jane
  • Grandmother to 14, Great Grandmother to 22
  • Please join us for a Memorial Service honoring Jean’s life
  • Saturday, September 8, 2018 at 11:00 am
  • Athens Baptist Church 6510 W Bereah Road Ft Meade FL 33841

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
Are you interested in helping Highlands County Kindergarten students improve their early literacy skills, promote to the next grade level, and achieve higher reading grades?

Volunteer now to become a Reading Pal in Highlands County. One hour a week can change a child’s life forever.

Participating schools near your home are Memorial Elementary and Park Elementary.more information or to register as a Reading Pals volunteer, contact Sylvia Palmer by calling 863-648-1500 x278 or email Sylvia.Palmer@uwcf.org or visit our website at www.uwcf.org.

ART EXCHANGE DAY AT THE TANGLEWOOD LIBRARY
The library committee invites all Tanglewood crafters and artists to exhibit their own original work. There’s no charge, and no need to belong to any special committee.

Exchange day at the library is the first Monday of each month. Please bring your work to the library after coffee and sign it in. That’s all! You may also make arrangements to exhibit a collection.

The tops of the shelves are 12 inches wide. This is a good place to display crafts, as well as paintings and photos. All items must be made by Tanglewood residents.

The next art exchange day is October 1, 2018.

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