Announcement: January 2019 Monthly Activity and Event Schedule

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 Mon., Clubhouse. BADGES REQUIRED 6:15 pm
Thursday, 3rd Hot Coals Cool Music – 5-7 pm, Bash Area
Friday, 4th Tanglewood Friends – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 5th Petanque Tournament – 9:00 am, Petanque Courts
Saturday, 5th An Evening of Worship with FAISDAC – 6:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 6th Tanglewood Church DVD Presentation – 7:00 pm,Clubhouse
Tuesday, 8th RV Club Meeting – 2:00 pm, Community Room
Tuesday, 8th Potluck – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 9th Health Fair – 8:30 – 11:00 am, Clubhouse
Thursday, 10th Chili Contest – 12:00 pm, Clubhouse
Friday, 11th Showcase – Doors open 9:00 am, Clubhouse
Monday, 14th Sevens – 1:00 pm, Mirror Room
Tuesday, 15th TMAC Committee sign-up sheets available
Tuesday, 15th Special Meals – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 16th TMAC Meeting – 3:00 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 16th HOA Meeting – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 19th Country Breakfast – 8:00 am, Clubhouse
Saturday, 19th Art League Exhibition and Sale – 1-4 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 19th Dance-Good Stuff,7-10 pm, Clubhouse
Monday, 21st Art League Presentation – 2:00 pm, Craft Room
Thursday, 24th Ladies Luncheon – 11:30 am, Olive Garden
Thursday, 24th Great American Songbook – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Friday, 25th Great American Songbook – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 27th Special Events ShowOrlando Transit Authority – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Tuesday, 29th Karaoke Pajama Party – 6:00 pm, Clubhouse

FROM YOUR COMMUNITY MANAGER

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

With the new year comes a new base rent and a change in the additional fees. For your convenience, I’m listing them below.

The new fees are as follows:

  • Trash: $15.19/month
  • DBPR $0.33/month
  • Pass through Taxes $25.45/month
  • Fire Assessment $27.65, this is a one-time annual fee.

If you have any questions on your new amount due, please don’t hesitate to contact the business office.

Sign up for EZ Payment and receive a one-time credit of $10.00, call the business office for details.

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.

FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE
Hot Coals & Cool Music – January 3rd in the Bash Area, 5:00-7:00 pm, Entertainment by Thomas McGannon. Bring your own meat to throw on the grill, and sides to share with your friends. Please remember, if you want to save a table, a member of your party must be present to do so. ID Badges are required. Music, beer, wine, and sodas by Hometown America.

BEAUTIFICATION RECOGNITION FOR JANUARY 2019
The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Carolyn Friello, 1590 Tanglewood Circle.

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.

KARAOKE PAJAMA PARTY– On January 29th from 6-9 Hometown America will host a Karaoke Pajama Party. Tanglewood’s own Wendy and Dennis Jager will be our karaoke host.Put on your PJ’s, bring your own beverage, and join us for a night of fun, music, and dance. will be provided by Hometown America.

RESIDENT APPRECIATION DAY NEWS
The theme for our 2019 annual Resident Appreciation Days is TANGLE “WOOD STOCK”.

Dust off your Bell Bottoms, throw on your Love Beads, and join us for the following activities:

  • Tuesday, March 26th: 6:00 – 9:00 pm, Dance at the clubhouse, entertainment TBA
  • Wednesday, March 27th: 7:00 pm, Clubhouse – Show – We are currently still looking for our entertainment for our annual show. You can be assured that it will be an authentic Woodstock type of show.
  • Thursday, March 28th: Catered meal and music in the bash area. As in previous years there will be two seating’s. First seating 2:00 pm, second seating 4:00 pm *please note meal will be on Thursday again this year.

This will require a meal bracelet. Meal bracelets will be available on the following dates and times in the Clubhouse:

  • Tuesday, February 12th,1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Wednesday, February 13th, 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
  • Thursday, February 14th,9:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Friday, February 15th,9:00 am – 12:00 pm

YOU MUST SHOW YOUR ID BADGE TO RECEIVE YOUR BRACELETS!!

We will have extra people to help with the distribution of these bracelets to make the process easier for all involved. THESE ARE THE ONLY DAYS BRACELETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED.

If you are unable to make it, you must call the activities office to make other arrangements. If you are sending someone else to pick up your bracelets, you must send them with your id badge and a letter stating you allow them to pick up your bracelets. Please make sure your address is included in the letter.

You do not need a letter to pick bracelets up for others in your home, but you must bring their badge. NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE!!

Friday, 29th: Resident Appreciation Day Tournament Winner’s Ceremony, 1:30 pm, Clubhouse.

We will keep you updated, give more specifics During Monday Morning Coffee, and in our Monthly Activities and Events Schedule.

POTLUCK

  • January 8th, 2019
  • 5:30 pm
  • In the Clubhouse
  • Sign up on the Credenza
  • Bring your own place settings and enough food for 12

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

LADIES LUNCHEON

  • January 24th, 2019
  • Olive Garden
  • Sign up on Credenza
  • Order from the menu and pay there.

MOTORCYCLE CLUB
Come ride with us on Mondays and Thursdays. We meet at 10:00 am in front of the Activity Building.

HEALTH FAIR
The Annual Health Fair sponsored by Florida Hospital Creation Health and Tanglewood Health Ministry will be held WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9th at the Clubhouse. Time will be 8:30 – 11:00 AM.

We ask that you do not come before 8:30 due to giving time for vendors to set up their displays.

Please park in designated areas only.

There will be approximately 80 health related vendors to assist you in making healthy choices, and to help you learn of the many services that are available in the community.

There will be a number of free screenings, eye pressure checks, balance, hearing screens, vision.

In addition, Florida Hospital Lab will be here doing lipid profiles for cholesterol. COST $10.00.

This requires a 12-hour fast, and will give you a breakdown of high and low triglycerides. If interested, see credenza in Clubhouse for necessary paper work. YOU MUST PRE-REGISTER/PAY.

Papers can be given to Kathi Flyte/Pam Batey at Monday morning BP check, or put in envelope on credenza. Results will be given out the following Monday at 7:30 in the craft room.

Prevention Plus will also be doing ultrasounds for carotid, abdominal aneurysm, osteoporosis, thyroid, echo-cardiograms, PAD, and prostate cancer PSA tests. There is a COST for these tests. Please pick up one of their flyers on the credenza, call the number, and make an appointment, 1-888-667-7587. Testing will be done in the mirror room.

All Tanglewood residents and employees are invited to attend.

Refreshments by donation. We will be having multiple door prize giveaways.

For more info call Kathi Flyte at 815-302-8774.

SIMON AND GARFUNKEL TICKETS
For those of you who purchased tickets, you may pick them up at the Trips and Travel desk. They will be available at Monday Coffee on Jan. 14 and Jan. 21.

While you’re there reserve your spot for Alter Eagles, A tribute to the Eagles, Feb 19, $15.00 OR My Mothers’ Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Therapy, March 5, $20.00.

TANGLEWOOD ART LEAGUE NEWS
The Tanglewood Art League Art Exhibition & Sale will be celebrating its 9th year on Saturday, January 19th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm in the clubhouse.

Our theme for this year is “Sebring, City on the Circle”. We will be selling raffles for two superlative pieces of art, a handcrafted wooden bowl by John Henry, and an oil painting of sunflowers by artist Barbara Wade. Light refreshments will be served.

The money collected goes towards the monetary awards given to two student artists attending SFSC. Enjoy an art exhibition and sale, refreshments, and the chance to win a magnificent prize for your $5.00 purchase of our raffle tickets. Bring your friends and relatives, and join us for an inspiring afternoon.

Artist, Llewellyn Rinald, will be the Tanglewood Art League’s guest on Monday, January 21st at 2:00 pm in the Craft Room.
Llewellyn spends half the year in Lake Placid and the other half in Mexico.

She will be presenting a demonstration on “The Fine Art of Collage”. Her works have been shown in Boston, Philadelphia, New York, Paris and Mexico. She is a most colorful speaker and artist. She will be bringing various works to view including a work in progress.

She recently received an acknowledgement from “Bella Artes” in Mexico City for over 40 years as an influential artist. Tanglewood residents are welcome to join us at 2:00 pm.

RV CLUB NEWS
The RV Club meets on the 2nd Tuesday of each month November – April. This year there is one change. February will be the 5th due to a Rally. If you have a RV come join us.

We had a great Christmas Party at The Outback on December 11th. Very nice turn out of 60 people. Our host, Heather, did a wonderful job as usual.

Our next Rally is at Silver Palms RV Resort in Okeechobee, January 15 – 18th, hosted by Jim and Marylib Langham. A full schedule is planned which includes boat rides. This will be the first time a lot of us actually see or ride in Lake Okeechobee.

Our February Rally will be at The Great Outdoors RV Resort in Titusville, February 12 – 15th, hosted by Greg and Kristie Plank . This is one of our favorite Rallies with great restaurants and many places to visit. The Space Center is a must, maybe even a blast off while we are there.

Roger and Marjorie Beauman have set up a Rally at Wild Frontier Campground in Ocala which is a first for us. The dates are April 3 -7. This is a chance for our snowbirds to Rally and then proceed North for the summer.

Activities include Ziplines and Canyon tours, Silver Springs State Park, Garlits Museum, Market at Marion, Appleton Museum of Art and more.

Our Spring Picnic is Friday, March 22, at 5:00 PM on the Veranda in the Pool area.

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

Featuring
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

RV CLUB FOOD DRIVE FINALE
A special thank you goes to ALL who donated to the Christmas Food Drive. We were able to donate $14,124 to the Heartland Food Bank to provide Christmas meals for the many families in need right here in Highlands County.

First of all, we would like to THANK each and every Tanglewood resident who donated to this worthy cause. A big THANK YOU goes out to our own Tanglewood Community Church for their donation of $2000. We are so blessed to receive their donation to the Christmas Drive every year. Another big THANK YOU goes to Hometown America for their $2500 gift.

And the many, many THANK YOUs continue!

The hard-working members of the Bingo Committee, Dance Committee, Special Events, and Diversions Committee certainly did their part to help reach that amazing final total. The Needlework Group and the Quilting Group had their needles and scissors busy this year, along with those workers who sold hundreds of raffle tickets. Who can forget those beautiful, colorful quilts that were raffled off at the Garage Sale? Apparently, it was well liked since it raised a whopping $877!

One group that came up with creative ways to raise donations is that crazy bunch that make up the Whistle Stop & Friends. They held 50/50s at their Spring and December neighborhood gatherings so others could enjoy meals at Christmas that we take for granted. THANK YOU!

Alan Holmes, of Edward Jones, has always been a good friend of Tanglewood. He was kind enough to donate $300 to this year’s Food Drive. Thank You!

Of course, none of this could have been done without the behind the scene workers of the Christmas Food Drive Committee from the RV Club. Howie and Lynda Palmer along with Terry and Cindy Muldoon, and Roger and Marjorie Beauman handled the table at Monday Coffee this year to collect money.

Betsy Timmerberg, Karen Kirk, Cindy Friar, and Barbara Morton ran our Craft Fair tables where more money was raised than we have ever done before at the Craft Fair.

Ruth Barron, former club chair, used her many years of expertise making personal contacts with the many generous groups. Heather Paine helped in a very long list of ways, especially keeping the RV Club members, many of whom were scattered around the country, apprised of what needed to be accomplished.

Tanglewood you have a right to be proud of your efforts. The $14,124 cash donation was an all-time high for us. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

PETANQUE NEWS
Kings & Queens Tournament will be on Feb. 2 at 9:00 am. Sign up on Jan. 21 & 28th at Mon. Coffee at 8:00 am. All info posted at the courts.

SPECIAL MEALS

  • January 15, 2019
  • Doors open 5:00 pm
  • Meals served 5:30
  • Cost: $8.00 per ticket

This menu is as follows: Appetizer, Homemade Meatloaf, Cheesy Potatoes, Steamed Green Beans, Bread, Dessert, Coffee, Tea.

Tickets available for purchase at Monday Coffee or at Billie’s office by January 10th!

TANGLEWOOD DANCE COMMITTEE HIGHLIGHTS
JANUARY THRU MARCH 2019

GOOD STUFF is returning Saturday, January 19, from 7-10 p.m. They play a variety of dance music from the 50’s to the present. They feature oldies, classic rock and country. The family trio features Tony, Trish and Jen. Tony and his daughter Jen have been singing together since she was 9 years old.

In March they will be entertaining on the Independence of the Seas cruise ship in their Rock and Roll Party at Sea. Visit their web site: goodstuffproductions.net to listen to song clips or please view them on You Tube. Tickets will be sold at door.

LEE ALLCORN BAND will be performing here Saturday, Feb 9th, from 7-10 p.m. Lee and his band call Sebring their hometown. Lee is a singer, songwriter and great entertainer.

The Lee Allcorn band has opened at the College for several well known country bands. This band plays at many local venues like the Lake Placid American Legion, Elks Lodge and Watering Hole. The band is known for their country and country rock music. Check out the band on Facebook, to listen to clips of their music.

We will be selling tickets in advance at Monday Coffee in January and at the door the night of the dance. Tickets are $8.

RICK ARNOLD is back on our stage Saturday, March 9th, from 7-10 p.m. Rick, the musician, Nashville songwriter and artist, will be here with his awesome guitar playing and singing ability.

He spent 24 years as a successful songwriter in Nashville. He will be playing and singing favorite oldies both country and rock-n-roll. He plays electric guitar and harmonica. His show is high energy, and with Rick’s great personality and talent, it’s always a good time.

Tickets sold at door and are $5 for residents with their badge.

CALIFORNIA TOE JAM BAND RETURNS TO TANGLEWOOD FOR THE LAST TIME ON THEIR “SUNSET TOUR” on Saturday, March 23rd, from 7-10 p.m.

The tickets will be presold (details to follow closer to date) Tickets are $15 and $10 depending on table location.

Lou Ann Weix, Dance Chair

SAVE THE DATE
Great Lake State Party 2019

  • All Residents From Michigan
  • February 8
  • Meet & Greet, Dinner, Dancing
  • Tickets, $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.

MENU

  • BYO Drinks, Coffee Provided
  • Appetizer: Chips & Salsa
  • Dinner: Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, Homemade Baked Beans, Homemade Cole Slaw, Rolls & Butter
  • Dessert: Ice Cream Sandwiches
  • Music
  • Lora Patton
  • Door Prizes & 50/50

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, Jan. 9th Ride the perimeter of Sun & Lakes, lunch at Island View
  • Wed, Jan. 16th Ride to Avon Park, lunch at the Depot
  • Wed, Jan 23rd Ride around Lake Jackson, lunch at Dimitri’s
  • Wed, Jan. 30th Ride to Pine Crest, lunch at the Clubhouse

Susan Szprychel
863-658-1538

SPRING GARAGE SALE
Garage Sale tables will go on sale Mon, Jan 14, and every Mon before and after Coffee. $5 ea

TMAC COMMITTEE ELECTION INFORMATION
ELECTION DAY FEBRUARY 11, 2019
Committee sign-up sheets will be out on Credenza on January 15th, 2019

ALL COMMITTEES WILL BE REPRESENTED WITH SIGN-UP SHEETS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN AN ACTIVITY, YOUR TALENTS ARE NEEDED, AND THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING YOU CAN DO, NO MATTER WHAT YOUR PHYSICAL CONDITION OR LIMITATIONS. YOU CAN ASK THE COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON OR A MEMBER QUESTIONS ABOUT HOW THEIR COMMITTEE WORKS.

ALL COMMITTEES THAT COLLECT DUES REQUIRE YOU TO HAVE PAID DUES PRIOR TO ELECTION DAY TO BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE; AND YOU MUST BE SIGNED UP TO VOTE ON ANY COMMITTEE ON ELECTION DAY!

ALL THE SIGN-UP SHEETS WILL BE PICKED UP FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2019.

THE TIME SLOTS FOR EACH COMMITTEE WILL BE POSTED AT THE TIME THE SIGN-UP SHEETS ARE PICKED UP.

ON ELECTION DAY WE DO HAVE COFFEE, HOWEVER ALL OTHER ACTIVITIES ARE CLOSED UNTIL 5:30 PM. WE MEET IN THE CRAFT ROOM, THE COMMUNITY ROOM, OR THE BINGO AREA OF THE CLUBHOUSE.

NO COMMITTEE BUSINESS IS TO BE DISCUSSED, WE ARE THERE ONLY FOR ELECTION OF OFFICERS, AND SO THE TIME FOR EACH COMMITTEE TO VOTE WILL BE 15 MINUTES, NO EXCEPTIONS. IN ORDER TO KEEP ON SCHEDULE, PLEASE BE HERE ON TIME.

YOU MUST HAVE SIGNED UP ON THE COMMITTEE SIGN-UP SHEETS IF YOU WISH TO VOTE IN THE ELECTION. (WE DO A ROLL CALL)

THERE MUST BE A MINIMUM NUMBER OF MEMBERS PRESENT TO CONTINUE AS A COMMITTEE.

EACH COMMITTEE ELECTS A CHAIRMAN, VICE-CHAIRMAN, SECRETARY, AND TREASURER (4), OR IF A SMALL COMMITTEE-SECRETARY / TREASURER COMBINATION (3). THE CHAIRMAN OR VICE CHAIR SHOULD BE FULL TIME SO THE COMMITTEE RUNS SMOOTHLY ALL YEAR.

THE TERM IS FOR ONE YEAR BEGINNING MARCH 1ST. HOWEVER BOTH OUTGOING AND INCOMING COMMITTEE MEMBERS WORK TOGETHER SO THE TRANSITION IS EASIER.

THE CHAIRMAN REPRESENTS THE COMMITTEE AT THE TMAC MEETINGS, OR IN HIS/HER ABSENCE, THE VICE-CHAIR SITS IN. IF FOR SOME REASON THE CHAIR OR VICE-CHAIR CANNOT BE PRESENT, THEY CAN ASSIGN SOMEONE IN WRITING. THIS SHOULD BE TURNED IN TO THE TMAC SECRETARY.

ALL CHAIRMEN ELECTED MUST BE IN THE MIRROR ROOM PROMPTLY AT 2:45 PM ON WEDNESDAY’S REGULAR MEETING DAY (2/20/19) TO ELECT A TMAC CHAIRPERSON AND VICE-CHAIRPERSON TO BE INTRODUCED BY THE CURRENT CHAIRPERSON. THE SECRETARY AND TREASURER ARE APPOINTED POSITIONS OF TMAC.

ALL CHAIRMEN THAT CURRENTLY DO NOT HAVE A COPY WILL RECEIVE A COPY OF THE TANGLEWOOD BY-LAWS. ALL COMMITTEES ARE WORKING COMMITTEES, AND THE MORE VOLUNTEERS THE EASIER IT IS FOR COMMITTEES TO RUN SMOOTHLY.

NEWLY VOTED CHAIRPERSONS WILL BE ASKED IF THEY ARE WILLING TO BE TMAC CHAIRMAN—AT TIME OF VOTING.

CHILI CONTEST
January 10 from noon to 2 pm. Come and sample some of the best chili north of the border. Contestants (your friends and neighbors) will be cooking up their best chili, but it will be up to you, the voters, to determine the Very best.

Your $5 admission will allow you to sample all the chili, get a bottle of water, and 10 “voting tickets” so you can taste a sample from ALL of the contestants, and vote for the best one.

Also at the end of the voting, you will be able to get a bowl of chili either from the contestants (if any left) or from Senior Bill’s giant pot of his famous chili. Don’t want to vote? You can get a bowl of chili and a bottle of water for only $1.

We will provide sample cups, bowls, spoons, chili toppings, fresh bread, and water. You will provide, your own “other beverage”, and Tums!

Contestants! Sign-up sheet will be on the Credenza. Make a large pot of your best chili, and give out samples to the voters.
Prizes awarded to top 3 vote getters!

Anyone interested in competing in the Heartland Senior Games in February is reminded that the Games are fast approaching.
Registration forms are available atwww.southflorida.edu/heartlandgames
Don’t miss the registration deadlines:

  • January 18 – golf, euchre, shuffleboard, table tennis, horseshoes and pickleball
  • January 31 – bowling, cycling and mah jongg
  • February 7 – bridge, track & field, swimming and tennis

LADIES HIGH TEA
Please join us for our third annual Ladies High Tea and delight in tea, savories, and sweets on February 26, 2019, 2-4 pm in the Clubhouse.

  • Tickets $10.00 each and limited to 2 per person
  • Tickets go on sale Monday, February 4th, in the Clubhouse before Coffee.
  • We have invited Chic Chick from Lake Placid to present a Fashion Show for us again this year.
  • In addition, raffle tickets will be sold (1 for $1.00 or 6 for $5.00)
  • A donation will be made to the local Sebring Mission.

We look forward to seeing you.

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

  • Tue 8th 8:30 am Village Inn (Breakfast)
  • Tue 15th 1:00 pm Buffalucca (Just-for-Fun Event)
  • Sun 20th 1-4 pm Game Day (Craft Room)
  • Tue 29th 5:00 pm Red Lobster (Birthday 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.

To join our e-mail list, send your request to: gerry55@juno.com. No e-mail? Pick up a schedule in the book. Questions? Call Gerry Dewing 385-4605.

AN EVENING OF WORSHIP WITH FILIPINO AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL SDA CHURCH
January 5, 2019, 6:00-7:30 pm in the Tanglewood Clubhouse, admission is free, and refreshments provided by HTA.
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 praise and adoration to the Almighty Father for His Great love to all of us. We perform timeless collaborations of musical pieces . Some of them are with instruments 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.

TANGLEWOOD COMMUNITY CHURCH PRESENTATION
Dr. David Jeremiah via DVD Sunday, January 6th, at 7:00 pm in Clubhouse. Sponsored by TWC Church. Rewards for Believers from a series titled Revealing the Mysteries of Heaven.

TANGLEWOOD FRIENDS
January 4th friends welcomes Lora Patton as our entertainer, and pizza as our main dish. Doors open 5:30 pm, pizza served at 6:00 pm. All tickets sold in advance none available at door.

February’s friends will be on the 22nd. We will be serving lasagna, and as always we will have live entertainment. Tickets will be available at Monday Coffees in February.

OHIO PARTY

  • March 6, 2019
  • At the Clubhouse
  • More details to follow in February’s newsletter.

SEVENS

  • January 14th, 1:00 pm, Community Room
  • $2.00 for a bag of chips
  • Ice cream to follow

SING-ALONG
The Tanglewood Minstrels will host a sing-along in the clubhouse on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 at 7 p.m.

We will be leading you in singing gospel, pop, country and folk music from the 60’s and 70’s. Round table seating will be set up.

Bring your own snacks and beverages. Admission is FREE!

VARIETY SHOW
The 19th Annual Tanglewood Residents’ Variety Show will be held on Saturday, February 16th, 2019 at 7:00 pm in the clubhouse.

Your friends and neighbors will be performing music and comedy for your enjoyment.We have 12 great acts in the program this year.

As always, the show is FREE. Donations will be accepted for a charity. Any questions, call Marianne Jones at 630-870-2250.

GREAT AMERICAN SONG BOOK
Broadway Lights presents: The Great American Song Book, January 24th and 25th.Tickets are $5.00. Doors open 6:15 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm.

Songs will be performed from Gershwin, Cole Porter, and many others. Some of the music depicts a jazz twist while others provide a modern flare. Vocals will be performed by our Tanglewood residents.

Come join us for an evening of pure entertainment, and support your local neighbors. We look forward to seeing you.

SHOWCASE
Tanglewood Showcase, January 11, 2019. Doors open at 9:00 am. Show starts 9:45– 5:00 pm.

Allen Gang Productions will host the 2019 Showcase for high-energy, heart-throbbing entertainment throughout the day.
You may hear groups such as:

  • Get Ready – The Ultimate MOTOWN Experience
  • Assisted Living: The Musical
  • The Edge Effect
  • Buddy, Roy & Elvis Tribute
  • Solitary Man _ Neil Diamond Tribute
  • Orlando Transit Authority – Chicago Tribute
  • Queens of Broadway
  • Queen Nation – Queen Tribute
  • Beach Boys Tribute
  • Billie Joel Tribute
  • The U.S. Stones – Rolling Stones Tribute
  • British Invasion – Beatles Tribute

And many more!

SPECIAL EVENTS
ORLANDO TRANSIT AUTHORITY, A CHICAGO TRIBUTE

Sunday January 27th at 7 PM. Doors open at 6:15 PM. Ticket price at the door is $15.00. Resident Season passes are $80.00, Non-Resident are $90.00.

Chicago is a rock-infused, horn-driven musical powerhouse that has inspired generations of professional musicians over the last 40 years. Some of the very best of those musicians found their way to central Florida, and came together to form Orlando Transit Authority.

OTA is a high-energy Chicago tribute show made up of A-list players who are, first and foremost, Chicago FANS. Founder Stan Allen and Musical Director Carl Dirkes hand-picked each member of the band based on one simple criteria: The degree to which he naturally sounds like the corresponding original member of Chicago.

Any time you assemble players of this caliber, a great sounding band is a given – but that wasn’t enough. OTA went one step further by seeking to emulate every stylistic nuance of the Chicago sound, both vocally and instrumentally.

The vocal harmonies are right. The solos are right. The guitar sounds are right. EVERYTHING is right. Close your eyes and you just might forget who it is you’re listening to.

WOW

  • WOW widows will have their January 17th lunch at Ruby Tuesday’s.
  • Sign up in WOW book in hall.
  • Need a ride call Annette Di Mare – 863-382-8769.
  • Leave hall at 12:30 for a 1 PM lunch.

SUPER BOWL SUNDAY WITH SHANNON REED

  • Sunday, February 3rd, in the Clubhouse
  • 2 pm til 5 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 Rain Dance 517-282-7108

FAMILY HISTORY AND HEIRLOOM DAY
The Tanglewood Genealogy Club will be hosting a Family History and Heirloom day on Wednesday, February 6th, at 10:00 a.m. in the clubhouse Community Room and Bingo area.

We invite you to show and tell us about your family heirlooms and antiques. Photos are fine if the item is not easily transported.

We also invite you to share family history charts and books that you or family members have created.

Please sign up on the credenza so we will have an idea of how many people to expect for this exciting event.

Any questions, please call Marianne Jones at 630-870-2250.

DEADLINE TO SIGN UP TO BE RECOGNIZED AT THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY DINNER IS JANUARY 2ND
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, and 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.

 

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