MONDAY MORNING COFFEE—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.
|Mondays||Bingo—Every Monday, Clubhouse. BADGES REQUIRED 6:30 pm|
|Saturday, 1st||Petanque Tournament – 9:00 am, Petanque Courts (Info for January Tournament on page 13)|
|Sunday, 2nd||‘Twas the Night Before Christmas – Tanglewood Community Church Christmas Program, 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Tuesday, 4th||Taco Dinner Night – 5:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Friday, 7th||Whistle Stop Christmas Party – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Saturday, 8th||Dance – Jay Smith, 7:00 pm Clubhouse|
|Sunday, 9th||Show – Rockin’ Santa & Friends, 7 pm Clubhouse|
|Tuesday, 11th||RV Club Meeting – 2:00 pm, Community Room|
|Tuesday, 11th||Potluck – 5:30 pm|
|Wednesday, 12th||Street Dance – 2-5 pm|
|Thursday, 13th||WOW Luncheon – Meet at the Clubhouse by 12:20 PM|
|Thursday, 13th||Bicycle Christmas Parade – 1:00 pm|
|Thursday, 13th||Golf Cart Parade– Line up at clubhouse by 6:00 pm|
|Friday, 14th||Friday Night Jazz Christmas Show – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Saturday, 15th||Country Breakfast, 8:00 am, Clubhouse|
|Monday, 17th||Tanglewood Art League Lecture – 2:00 pm, Community Room|
|Tuesday, 18th||Tuesday Afternoon Movie – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Wednesday, 19th||TMAC Meeting – 3:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Wednesday, 19th||HOA Meeting – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Thursday, 20th||Ladies Luncheon – 11:30 am Island View|
|Thursday, 20th||Bunco – Doors open 6:00 pm play begins 6:30 PM—MUST HAVE ID BADGE TO PLAY|
|Friday, 21st||Pick up hams – 9:00 am until 12:00 pm|
|Tuesday, 25th||Christmas Potluck – 2:00 pm|
|Wednesday, 26th||Let’s Talk Tanglewood – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Monday, 31st||New Years Eve Gala – Clubhouse|
FROM YOUR COMMUNITY MANAGER
I love the Holiday season with all the festivities and joyful gatherings. The Christmas golf cart parade has been a highlight in Tanglewood for many years. The indoor and outdoor decorating committees go above and beyond every year with their beautiful Christmas displays, as well as homeowners who decorate their homes! Thank you for all you do to make Tanglewood beautiful!
Come out and join us at Monday Morning Coffee to see all the fun activities that are planned, or you can watch from the comfort of your home on Comcast Channel 195.
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.
Wishing you and yours much joy this Holiday Season, and Blessings of health, happiness & prosperity in the New Year!!
FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE
CHRISTMAS HAMS – Sign up on the credenza for Christmas Hams for those who are participating in the Christmas potluck at the clubhouse on Christmas Day, December 25, at 2pm. One ham will be provided per table with 12 people. The last day to sign up will be Wednesday, December 19th. Hams will be distributed on Friday, December 21st, from 9:00 am until noon.
STREET DANCE – December 12th, 2-5 pm – Street Dance featuring Tanglewood’s own, Joyce Boivin. Come out and drink, dance, and have a blast as we party our way through Tanglewood. Please remember to wear your ID Badge.
- First Stop – 4168 Smoke Signal
- Second Stop – The Activity Center
- Third Stop – Tanglewood Business Office
TUESDAY AFTERNOON MOVIE
December 18th, 2018 at 2:00 pm, movie TBA. We will also have popcorn and soda for those who wish to attend. Please sign up on credenza if planning to attend.
LETS TALK TANGLEWOOD
Come on out to our “Let’s Talk Tanglewood” meeting on December 26th at 2:00 PM in the Clubhouse.
BEAUTIFICATION RECOGNITION FOR DECEMBER 2018
The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Richard & Mary Balduff, 2769 Whistle Stop.
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.
Congratulations to Margareta Jakenberg – Richard for being the $50 visa card winner in the Email contest.
TANGLEWOOD RESIDENT NIGHT ISLAND VIEW RESTAURANT
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27TH, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Sun N’ Lake and the Island View Restaurant wants to invite you to a special night just for Tanglewood residents and their guests. You may bring as many people as you like. Reservations are required, and space is limited. Make your reservation today. Make sure you mention Tanglewood Night!
25% OFF ENTREES, RSVP Call 863 -382 -1191.
TACO DINNER NIGHT
- EVERYONE WELCOME
- Taco Night Dinner
- Tuesday, December 4th, 5:00 PM, Clubhouse
- Come to meet and greet your neighbors !
- Taco bar provided.
- Water, ice tea, and lemonade provided.
- Sign up on the credenza.
- Bring a side dish or dessert enough for 6-8.
- Bring your own place settings.
Tanglewood Community Church
TIS THE SEASON TO BE JAZZY
Broadway Lights Theater Company invites you to an evening of Christmas Holiday Jazz performed by Daryl Patrick and his Jazz Ensemble.
Come join us in the Tanglewood Cabaret lounge for this incredible performance of holiday music.
Mark your calendar for Friday, December 14th. Doors open at 6:15 with the performance at 7:00 pm. Tickets are $5.00 each. BYOB and your snacks. We look forward to seeing you.
Tuesday, December 11th
Bring your own place setting, and a dish to share.
Sign up on credenza.
RV CLUB NEWS
The Tanglewood RV Club will be at Monday Coffee on December 3rd and December 10th for their final days of collecting for the annual Food Drive to benefit the Heartland Food Bank. They will be collecting your donations which may be in cash or by checks payable to Heartland Food Bank. ALL DONATIONS MUST BE IN BY DECEMBER 12TH.
If you are unable to attend Coffee, or you are leaving for the holidays, please drop off your donation to Billie in the Activities Office or to Heather Paine at 2610 Lazy Days.
We extend an invitation to all residents to be in attendance at Monday Morning Coffee on December 17 for the presentation by the RV Club of Tanglewood’s donations to the Heartland Food Bank.
Not everyone is as blessed as we are here in Tanglewood. Many in our community would not have a Christmas dinner without the help of our wonderful residents. Please help us feed those in need right here in Highlands County.
SIGN UP NOW FOR FEBRUARY’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Will you be celebrating, or have you celebrated your 50th wedding anniversary between March 1, 2018 and February 28, 2019?
If so, you are eligible to participate in Tanglewood’s annual 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, February 2nd.
Registration is easy! Just contact Billie or Tom McKeever (385-7316), tell them of your interest, provide them with your anniversary date, and contact information.
Tom will then call you to set up an interview that lasts about 45 minutes, and provides the background for your introduction at the dinner.
You will be the guests of the Anniversary Committee for dinner, and will receive a commemorative cake and several other memories of the occasion.
The highlight of the evening will be a renewal of your wedding vows with about 250 witnesses!
Register now!We’d love to have you take part in this program that has recognized over 200 couples throughout the past years.
SAVE THE DATE
- Great Lake State Party 2019
- All Residents From Michigan
- February 8
- Meet & Greet, Dinner, Dancing
- $10 each
- Available at Monday Coffee Jan. 7th, 14th, 21st, & 28th.
- Can also be purchased during this period from Gerry Humphrey & Jan Peterson.
- No Tickets Sold After January 28th.
- NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.
- BYO Drinks, Coffee Provided
- Appetizer: Chips & Salsa
- Dinner: Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, Homemade Baked Beans, Homemade Cole Slaw, Rolls & Butter
- Dessert: Ice Cream Sandwiches
- Lora Patton
- Door Prizes & 50/50
LIBRARY COMMITTEE NEWS
The Library Committee would like to take this opportunity to express our appreciation to all Tanglewood residents for your generous donations to our wonderful library.
Unfortunately, due to space constraints, we must start limiting our receipt of donations of books. Beginning immediately, books with a copyright date earlier than 2005 can no longer be accepted. We gladly accept and appreciate books with copyrights from 2005 through current year.are accepted only for the current month’s issue and the previous month’s issue.DVDs and Audio CDs are all accepted.
We hope you understand that this is because we simply run out of room, and we, as a committee, strive to keep the library as current and organized as we can for you. Thanks, again, for your donations and for your continued use of the library.
DOG CLUB NEWS
The Dog Club is asking Tanglewood residents to help the Highlands County Humane Society during this holiday season. They can use cat and dog food, treats and toys, cleaning and laundry products, bedding supplies and towels and/or financial support.
We have provided a large box, and an “Angel Tree” in the Community Room.
Feel free to take one of the cards on the Angel Tree. The cards contain specific requests for some of the animals along with a plastic bag to hold your donations.
If you would rather not shop, please donate a check made payable to the Highlands County Humane Society. Please do not donate cash — checks can be given to Billie in the Activities Office.
LIKE THE LIGHTS ???
- Buy a cookbook as a gift……$14.00
- Buy a chance on a Yeti cooler…..7 tickets…$5.00
- Buy a Christmas Hat………$2.00
- Buy a volunteer badge…….$3.00
- Buy a “CHOOSE HAPPY” badge……….$3.00
- Get a ticket for Tanglewood Friends…..$8.00
All proceeds support the OUTDOOR DECORATING COMMITTEE.
See us before or after Monday Morning Coffee.
Thank you for your support!!!!
ODC – TANGLEWOOD FRIENDS – JAN. 4
Tanglewood Friends is an event sponsored by the Outdoor Decorating Committee as one of our fundraisers to finance the outdoor Christmas lights throughout the community.
Because of the great success of the MIXER that was hosted by the ODC in November, we are joining up with TANGLEWOOD WELCOME COMMITTEE to have another “meet new friends” evening.
The ODC and the Welcome Committee will act as hosts and hostess, and we will mix “NEW RESIDENTS” among “established residents.” You do not have to have anyone to come with because we will be arranging the tables so that new and established residents are mixed.
We will also have an “introduction” to the committees. This will be an opportunity for you to “meet” the committees and talk to their representatives to learn about what they do, and how they contribute to our community.
In addition, because it is a TANGLEWOOD FRIENDS evening we will be supplying the “main dish” which will be pizza. 2 pizzas will be supplied to each table. Attendees may bring a salad or a side dish to share with their table.
We will, of course, have a 50/50. (It is after all the ODC’s fund raiser event. ) There will be one winner for the 50/50, AND that ticket will go back into the pot to win one of the many door prizes which are:
- Hurricane Lamp
- Copper Skillet
- $25 GC from Crazy Fish
- Gift Basket from Bob Evans
- Copper Crisper
- 2 Pizzas from Galati’s
- 5—$10 GC from Broken Egg
- $25 GC from Cherry Pockets
Music will be provided by Lora Patton. Tickets are $8.00 pp and can be purchased before or after coffee on Monday mornings. Doors will open at 5:30…..pizza served at 6:00.
We will not be able to sell tickets at the door. If you cannot come to Monday Coffee have someone purchase your ticket for you. Thanks !
CHRISTMAS TREE LANE SPONSORS
These are the businesses in the community who have sponsored a tree in Christmas Tree Lane for all of Tanglewood to enjoy. Many of these businesses sponsor numerous events for our community. Please patronize them, and thank them for their generous and ongoing support:
Absolutely Cool, Alan Holmes – Edward Jones, Blinds ASAP, Brooker Fence Co., Bucci Eye Care, Bugs-Bee-Ware, Bulb Bin, Charlotte Stone – Attorney, Cruise & Tour Supermarket, Curb-N-Scape, Dr. Michael Lamp, Dr. David Willey, Family First Insurance, Florida Mobile Home Sales, Four Star, Good Shepherd Hospice, Heartland Bank, Heartland Skin Care, Heacock Insurance, LaGrow Irrigation, Miller Central Air, Mobile Home Depot, Musselman’s, Preserva Therapy Group, Robbins Nursery, Southwood Garage Doors, Stephenson-Nelson Funeral, Steve Bond Insurance, Sunny South Exterminators, Wells Insurance.
Come ride with us on Mondays and Thursdays. We meet at 10:00 am in front of the Activity Building.
RED HOT BABES
Red Hot Babes, Red Hat group meet the 1st Monday of every month at 11:00 am in the Craft Room.
TANGLEWOOD DANCE COMMITTEE NEWS DECEMBER 2018
Come and enjoy the music of Jay Smith on Saturday, December 8th. Jay is an exceptional guitarist and singer. He plays a variety of music for your dancing and listening enjoyment. It will be a great time to reconnect with your northern friends.
The December dance for the last 5 years has been dedicated to helping the Highlands County Child Advocacy Program.
This program works with and oversees the care of children in foster care. Some of our residents, like Jackie Shrake, volunteer their time working as Guardian ad Litems for individual children in this program. They visit their children monthly, go to court to represent the child, take them to appointments, and at Christmas time they deliver the donated Christmas presents and gift cards.
Each December our dance committee donates the proceeds of the 50/50 raffle to buying toys and gift cards. We ask residents to help us by bringing/dropping off unwrapped toys to the club house lobby starting at 6 P.M. December 8th.
If you don’t like to shop, we also accept cash or Walmart gift cards, and will do the shopping for you. With the cash we purchase $15 Walmart gift cards usually for the older youth.
Last year we sold chances on pictures donated by artist and resident Steve Waitkus, and we plan to donate these funds in his name to this cause. Thanks in advance to Steve Waitkus and all residents for donating to our efforts. We want to bring a smile to a child on Christmas morning.
Remember the cost of the dance is $5 for residents with name badge, and $6 for non-residents. Bring your own drinks and snacks and ice will be furnished on all tables.
NEW YEAR’S EVE TICKETS
- Sales begin December 10th in the Craft Room during Coffee Hour. Please use outside doors.
- Tickets are limited to 350 this is a Tanglewood Resident Only event. Must be 21 years or older to attend.
- Tickets are $10.00 per person, cash or check made out to TMAC.
- Music by Dennis and Wendy Jager. See Marilyn Jones or Linda Sewell. No phone orders.
TWISTED TEA PARTY
- Twisted Tea Party, Friday, February 1, 2019
- 2 – 4 pm at Club House, Tickets $8
- Tickets available December 26 – January 21
- From Deb Gitro, Gerry Humphrey or Jan Peterson
- And Monday Coffee in January
Sandy Posey & Wade Cummins, (easy listening music from the 40’s – 80’s, dancing)
BRING YOUR OWN
- Teacup, wine glass, wine, or other drink.
- Husband…or not, dressed…or not.
- Dress for tea, or come as you are.
- Tea & Snacks Will Be Provided.
- 50/50, CD’s for sale
2019 HEARTLAND SENIOR GAMES
The 2019 Heartland Senior Games will be held in Avon Park, Sebring, Lake Placid and Wauchula during February. Once again, Tanglewood is proud to host some of the events:
- Euchre (Marjorie Nelson) – February 5 in the main hall from 9:30 to 1:30
- Pickleball (Tom Stadler) – February 9 and 10 from 8:00 to 5:30
- Bridge (Pat Reich)- February 21 in the Community Room from 9:30 to 3:00
Registration forms can be downloaded from the South Florida State College website at www.southflorida.edu/heartlandgames
Early registration is encouraged. Registration deadlines are:
- January 18 for golf, euchre, shuffleboard, table tennis, horseshoes and pickleball
- January 31 for bowling, mah jongg and cycling
- February 7 for bridge, track & field, swimming and tennis
The regularly scheduled Sevens game will be played on Monday, Dec. 10 at 1:00 pm.Come to the Community Room at 12:30 if you need a quick lesson. Play starts at 1:00.Two Dollars will buy your bag of chips. Prizes paid out in cash, and as always, there will be ice cream after play is over.
Sevens is sponsored by the Diversions Committee, just for fun.
Women of Wonder will have their Christmas lunch at Olive Garden on Thursday, December 13th.
Meet at clubhouse by 12:20.
We leave clubhouse at 1 PM.
Need a ride, call Annette DiMare – 863-382-8769.
“Hands for the Homeless”, the food bank ministry of Union Church in Avon Park, is most grateful for the generous donation of food and cash the Tanglewood November food drive.God’s richest blessings on all of you, and may you never be hungry.
TIS SEASON- VOLUNTEERISM AND GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY
As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands — one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.”— Audrey Hepburn
For many of us, we began the New Year with long lists of resolutions and the determination to lead better lives. Unfortunately, the inherent benefits of giving back to the community are often neglected. Many times, resolutions are quickly broken and abandoned, and we are left feeling discouraged.
Try something different in 2019! Consider adding volunteerism to your list of resolutions. As a volunteer, it is easy to stay motivated. Simply put, when you do good, you feel good. The warm feeling of satisfaction inspires you and drives you to keep the feeling alive. “The Health Benefits of Volunteering: A Review of Recent Research” has found that helping others significantly improves ones well being and longevity. According to this report, volunteers have greater longevity, higher functional ability, lower rates of depression and less incidence of heart disease.
As a volunteer, you are never truly alone. You belong to a large family of people dedicated to helping their community and the people within it. The friendships formed through volunteering are strong and filled with pride. At the end of the day, you will know that you have truly made a difference in the lives of at-risk seniors.
Here in Highlands County, over 40% of the population is 60 years of age and better.
NU-HOPE Elder Care Services is a non-profit organization that assists over 800 seniors to remain in their homes annually. There are many opportunities to give back to older adults at risk of nursing home placement by supporting NU-HOPE.
Volunteers are needed to deliver meals to home bound seniors, help in and donate to the thrift stores (which help fund the services provided to seniors), and lead activities at our group dining meal sites. Volunteers also help with special events and at fundraisers. With neighbors helping neighbors, you are making a difference in our community.
If you are interested in learning how you can become a NU-HOPE volunteer, please contact Carol Stoll at (863) 382-2134 or email email@example.com
Becoming a volunteer is likely to be one resolution that you will gladly keep.
Just a reminder about Bunco in the Clubhouse on Thursday, Dec. 20. Doors open at 6:00 – play starts promptly at 6:30. Don’t forget your badge!
NEW EVENTS FOR TRIPS & TRAVEL
Alan Jay Wildstein Center
Tues: Jan 22 1:30 PM
SIMON & GARFUNKEL REVISITED…$20.00 pp
Tues: Feb. 19th 1:30 PM
Tues: March 5 1:30 PM
My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish, and I’m in Therapy…$16.50
To Obtain tickets for all or any of the above events…visit the Trips and Travel table Mondays at Coffee.
Excellent seats in Rows T and U. Limited number of tickets available.
Questions….call Penny Irilli 863 835-1435.
GOLF CART CHRISTMAS PARADE & WHITE ELEPHANT – Thursday, December 13, 2018
Want to be in a parade? Terrific!! Decorate your golf cart for Christmas! Be as crazy and creative as you wish…or just easy and simple…but do it and join us! It’s totally crazy fun. Wear your ugly Christmas sweaters!! Sign up on the credenza (so we know how much food to prepare!)
IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE PARADE:
On the evening of December 13 come to the clubhouse from 5:15-6:00. There will be ONE parade this year.
Pull into the Parkway entrance. (Other entrances will be blocked). Turn over your (optional) White Elephant gift to Santa and collect a white ticket. He will be in the cutout area near the putting green. Don’t put your name on your gift. It’s a surprise.
All drivers (only) also collect your door prize ticket at the same time at this location.
Get into the parade lineup. If you want to parade with friends, line up behind each other. This is party time, take pictures and enjoy seeing all the decorated golf carts.
Parade departs at 6:00 pm from the clubhouse and starts in Bayside.
The route will be displayed in the lobby for all to see. The only streets NOT on the route are: part of Safari Hunt; part of Running Deer; and part of Shadow Ridge Drive. Check the map.
After the parade, come into the clubhouse for our wild gift exchange and refreshments courtesy of HTA . This is an annual event, and always a lot of fun. Don’t miss it.
IF YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WHITE ELEPHANT EXCHANGE BUT NOT BE IN THE PARADE:
- Bring your gift before the parade.
- Drop it off to Santa at the red truck next to the putting green.
- Watch the parade from wherever you like.
- We will depart at 6:00 from the clubhouse.
- We will start in Bayside and proceed clockwise around the park.
Then, come back to the clubhouse to participate in the gift exchange, have some hot chocolate and a donut and a lot of fun.
IF YOU WANT TO WATCH THE PARADE, AND NOT DO THE WHITE ELEPHANT:
- We will depart at 6:00 from the clubhouse.
- We will start in Bayside and proceed clockwise around the park.
Please come up to the clubhouse after the parade. Enjoy some hot chocolate and donuts with us, and join the frivolity.
See you there!! Committee
BEST DECORATED HOUSE CONTEST
Best Decorated House Contest Vote for the ONE HOUSE in YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD that you think is decorated the best!!
My Neighborhood is:
The Address I vote for is:
My address is:
ONE VOTE PER HOUSEHOLD
Duplication of this form
will NOT be accepted.
You can cut this ballot out of the Tanglewood Newsletter that was delivered to your home to vote for your favorite house in YOUR neighborhood, that means the neighborhood in which you live.
The neighborhoods are: Bayside, Big Sky, Carefree, Circle, Dreamcatcher, Outback, Outback RV, Whistle Stop and Wildflower.
All blanks must be filled in, and the address you vote for must match an address that is in the neighborhood in which you live.
DROP IN BALLOT BOX IN LOBBY (on the credenza) NO LATER THAN : Dec 20th. Winners will be announced: Coffee / Monday / Jan 7th.
Many Many thanks to Alan Holmes of Edward Jones who has donated nine generators. One for each neighborhood.
ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR
Mark you calendars for the Annual Tanglewood Health Fair. Date is Wednesday, January 9, 2019, 8:30 am to 11:00 am.
There will be approximately 90 health related vendors!
Many FREE screenings and FREE door prizes.
Refreshments will be available for a donation.
Florida Hospital Lab will be doing Total Cholesterol Lipid profiles for only $10.00.
Forms in the Health Ministry book or see Kathi Flyte 815-302-8774, or Pam Batey at Monday morning BP checks.
Prevention Plus will be doing ultrasound testing for a cost of $5.00. See their fliers on the credenza for information.
You need to call them for an appointment at 1-888-667-7587
More information on health fair in the January newsletter:
Kathi Flyte, MSN
Health Fair Coordinator
TANGLEWOOD BICYCLE GROUP
This is a group of riders out to do a casual ride in the neighborhoods around Tanglewood. The rides are between 14 – 18 miles with lots of breaks in between. We meet on Wednesdays stopping for lunch. All rides start at 10:00 AM meeting at the comfort station in the Outback.
WE ARE A HELMET WEARING GROUP.
ALL NON HELMET WEARING RIDERS ARE WELCOME.
EVERYONE RIDES AT THEIR OWN RISK.
- Wed, Dec. 5th Ride around Lake Jackson, lunch at Broken Egg
- Wed, Dec. 12th Ride to Highlands Ridge, lunch at their Clubhouse
- Wed, Dec. 19th Ride to Avon Park, lunch at Little Italy
If you have any questions, please feel free to call me.
CHRISTMAS BIKE PARADE
We will be having a bike parade around Tanglewood on Thursday, December 13th, 1:00 pm, starting out in front of the clubhouse. So decorate your bike, put your Santa hat on, and come join us. Please sign up on the credenza in the clubhouse, or give me a call.
SAVE THE DATE
Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019 @ 6:00 pm Tanglewood Clubhouse.
Get ready for an Evening of Praise and Music that touches the heart with the FAISDAC Musical Group. This is a big group composed of members from Filipino American International SDA church who are mission-oriented musicians.
Our objective is to reach out to the community with songs of praises and adoration to the Almighty Father for His Great love to all of us. We hope to reach you with music from stirring solo and group saxophone hits, and timeless collaborations of musical pieces with other musical instruments, like flute, and our special bamboo musical instruments (Angklung) that you have never heard before.
Bring your family, friends or that special someone and get ready for a night of harmony and music.
Hope to see you all.”
Tournament will be on Jan. 5th at 9:00 am.
Sign up on Dec. 24th & 31st at Monday Morning Coffee at 8:00 am.
It will be the last Tournament of Champs. All info posted at the courts.
ROCKIN SANTA & FRIENDS
“Rockin’ Santa” a Christmas themed Rock & Roll show starring a piano playing, vocal wailing version of “Old St Nick”! Along with Santa are some superstars you might remember, Buddy Holly and Marilyn Monroe. Not only will you hear the great classic sing along Christmas songs, you will be on your feet dancing to the chart-topping Rock N Roll Christmas songs we all have come to love over the years.
While the show can and has been performed for kids, this show is more for Mom and Dad to enjoy.
Sunday, December 9th at 7 PM Doors open at 6:15 PM. Ticket price at the door is $15.00 for everyone! Resident Season passes are $80.00 Non-Resident are $90.00.
SINGLES DECEMBER SCHEDULE
- Tue, 4th 8:30 am Dimitri’s (Breakfast)
- Wed, 12th 12:30 pm Qtrly Meeting/Salad Bar Luncheon (Clubhouse)
- Sun, 16th 1-4 pm Christmas Party/Game Day – $5 (Craft Room)
- Tue, 25th 2:00 pm Christmas Dinner @ Gerry’s
- Thu, 27th 5:00 pm Island View (Birthday Dinner)
Check out the Singles Book or call Gerry Dewing, 385-4605.
SUPER BOWL SUNDAY WITH SHANNON REED
- Sunday, February 3rd in the Clubhouse.
- 2:00 pm til 5:00 pm (doors open at 1:15 to decorate tables).
- Bring your own drinks and snacks.
- $8.00 per person.
- Purchase tickets from Deb or Gill.
- Deb Gitro 2825 Whistle Stop 863-991-3993.
- Gill Randall 3992 Rain Dance 517-282-7108.
DECEMBER LADIES LUNCHEON
- Place: Island View Restaurant
- Date: December 20th
- Arrive around 11:00 am and lunch will be served starting at 11:30
- Cost is $16.00 which includes tax, tip, and dessert
- There will be a $15.00 gift exchange if you wish to participate
Select one of the entrees below. Sign up on the credenza, and pay Billie.
1. Chicken Salad Croissant—Chicken Salad with Red Flame Grapes served with Romaine Lettuce and Sliced Vine Ripe Tomato and a Fresh Fruit Salad
2. Tilapia Filet Florentine– Seared Tilapia topped with Sautéed Baby Spinach and Lemon Dill Butter Sauce served with Caribbean Yellow Rice
3.Broccoli and Cheddar Cheese Quiche—Fresh Broccoli and Aged Cheddar cheese quiche served with Fresh Fruit Salad
Coffee, tea, and water included. We will have our gift exchange following lunch.
Monday December 17th is the last day to sign up.
LETS GET FESTIVE
- Whistle Stop and Friends Christmas Party
- Featuring TJ and the Cruisers
- Friday night, December 7th
- 7 pm til 10 pm (doors open at 6 pm to come in early and decorate your tables)
- Bring your own drinks and snacks.
- Tickets $6.00 per person
- Purchase from Deb or Jan
- Deb Gitro 2825 Whistle Stop 863-991-3993
- Jan Peterson 2841 Whistle Stop 616-560-5800
TANGLEWOOD ART LEAGUE NEWS
The Tanglewood Art League would like to invite you to a lecture on Old, Middle, and New Stone Age Art which will be presented on Monday, December 17th at 2:00 pm in the Community Room.
Megan Stepe, curator for the Museum of Florida Art and Culture, will once again present a most interesting and informative lecture. Megan has served the arts community in various capacities including curation, painting, conservation and fine arts collection management.
Her lecture will cover the Paleolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic periods. Don’t you wish to come just to find out what all those words mean? Join us on the 17th.
TGA TANGLEWOOD GOLF ASSOCIATION NEWS
Tanglewood Golf Association is made up of residents who enjoy a game of golf.
Membership of $40.00 for 2019 ensures HDCP records with the GHIN system, golfing 6 days a week at wonderful courses within Sebring and Avon Park: Highlands Ridge North, Sun N Lake, Pinecrest, and River Green.
Membership allows you to play in all tournaments, Match Play, Club Championship, and attend special functions such as a Bash and Closing Golf Banquet. Play Monday through Friday, sign up books in Golf Central.
Couples play every Saturday in the afternoon, and enjoy friendship following golf. TGA welcomes golfers of all abilities.
Contact Membership and HDCP Director, Jeanine Telfer, at 863-314-0313 or Director of Golf, Joe Bowditch, at 847-736-2252.