Announcement: February 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.

Friday, 1st Twisted Tea – 2:00-4:00 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 2nd Petanque Tournament – 9:00 am
Saturday, 2nd 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration – 5:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 3rd Super Bowl Pre-Game Party – 2:00-5:00 pm, Clubhouse
Tuesday, 5th Tanglewood Minstrels Sing-A-Long – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 6th Family History & Heirloom Day-10:00 am, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 6th Spelling Bee – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse
Thursday, 7th Bunco – 6:30 pm, Clubhouse
Friday, 8th RV 6-Month Sign up 
Friday, 8th Tanglewood Craft Club 1st meeting – 1:00 pm, Craft Room
Friday, 8th Michigan State Party – 4:00 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 9th Dance– The Lee Allcorn Band – 7 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 10th Special Events Show – 7:00 pm, Hypersona
Monday, 11th TMAC Elections 
Tuesday, 12th  Food Drive 
Tuesday, 12th Appreciation Day Meal Band Distribution -1:00-4:30 pm, Bingo Area
Tuesday, 12th RV Club Meeting – 2:00 pm, Community Room
Tuesday, 12th Potluck – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 13th Appreciation Day Meal Band Distribution – 1:00-4:30 pm, Bingo Area
Wednesday, 13th Paparazzi Sale – 2-6 pm, Community Room
Thursday, 14th Appreciation Day Meal Band Distribution – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Bingo Area
Thursday, 14th Flower Bar & Pet Treat Pick up– Business Office, While supplies last
Friday, 15th Appreciation Day Meal Band Distribution – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm, Bingo Area
Saturday, 16th Country Breakfast-8:00 am, Clubhouse
Saturday, 16th Variety Show – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 17th Band Anastazja – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 20th TMAC Chair/Co-Chair Election 2:45 pm, Craft Room
Wednesday, 20th TMAC Meeting – 3:00 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 20th HOA Meeting – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Thursday, 21st Ladies Luncheon – 11:30 am
Thursday, 21st WOW Luncheon – Dimitri’s, Leave Clubhouse 12:30 pm
Thursday, 21st Blind Draw – 6:00 pm, Clubhouse
Friday, 22nd Tanglewood Friends – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 23rd Jazz Night – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday,  24th Special Events Show – Queens of Broadway – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Tuesday, 26th Ladies Tea – 2:00-4:00 pm, Clubhouse
Tuesday, 26th Fire Ring-5-7 pm, Bash Area
Wednesday, 27th Let’s Talk Tanglewood – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse

FROM YOUR COMMUNITY MANAGER

February is Hometown America’s First Annual Resident Appreciation Month!!! In honor of you, our valued residents, we have some fun treats planned during February.

RAFFLE DRAWING: February 1st through the 22nd stop by the business office and pick up a raffle ticket. Winner will be drawn on February 25th at Monday morning coffee. (Prize is a Wine Country Gift Basket)

GUESS THE CANDIES: February 1st through the 22nd stop by the business office and guess how many candies are in the jar. Winner will be drawn on February 25th at Monday morning coffee. (Prize is a Wine Country Gift Basket)

FLOWER BAR: Stop by the business office on Valentine’s Day and receive a carnation (while supplies last)

PET TREAT BAGS: Pet treat bags will be available at the business office on Valentine’s Day (while supplies last)

Take a minute to stop by, say “Hello!” and have a cup of coffee. We look forward to seeing you!!

The Activities and Business Office will be CLOSED on Monday, February 18th , in observance of Presidents’ Day.

Please join us on February 27th for our first Let’s Talk Tanglewood of 2019.

I continue to 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 would be best so that I can set time aside just for you to avoid any interruptions.

ATTENTION OUTBACK RV’ERS
Friday, February 8th, we will start taking reservations for the returning 6-month seasonal RV’ers that would like to stay on their CURRENT RV Site for our 19/20 Season. A $500.00 deposit will be due when you make your reservation. No reservations will be made after Friday, February 22nd.

The 6-month seasonal site availability list will be available on Friday, March 8th, for anyone wanting to change sites or for new reservations. A $500.00 deposit will be due when you make your reservation.

3 month or less RV’ers will be able to book for their next season stay starting Friday, March 8th. A $500.00 deposit will be due when you make your reservation.

We will not allow any site changes until the available site list is posted on Friday, March 8th.

Attention Outback Park Model Residents!
At this time we are not doing pre-sign ups for next season. Please see sales blurb for more information. If you have any questions regarding the Park Models, please see one of our sales agents.

FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE

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 Wendy & Dennis Jager.

Wednesday, March 27th: 6:00 pm, Clubhouse- Show-Peace of Woodstock.

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.

BEAUTIFICATION RECOGNITION FOR FEBRUARY 2019

The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Richard & Peggy Havenar, 1104 Shadow Ridge.

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.   

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

COMMUNITY WIDE GARAGE SALE
Only a few tables left. Sorry Main Hall sold out, but some available in Craft and Community rooms.

See Greg Plank before or after Monday Coffee ONLY.

Remember, Fri March 8, 6-8 pm is for Tanglewood  Residents and their registered guests Only.

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

TANGLEWOOD FRIENDS
The Outdoor Decorating Committee would like to have you join us for our February “Tanglewood Friends”

****“Lasagna with Joyce Boivin”****

February 22, at the Clubhouse. We cook up the Lasagna, and Joyce will entertain you.

This has become a yearly event for the ODDC! We serve the Lasagna to your table, and provide a loaf of bread along with it. You can bring what sides you would like for your table, and beverages of your choice.

Tickets are $8.00 each and will be available at Monday Coffees through February 18th.

Doors open at 5:30 pm and we serve the Lasagna at 6:00 pm. This is a fundraiser for the ODDC, so of course there will be a 50/50. Please plan on joining us for a evening of fun!!!!

BIRTHDAY PARTY
There’s a Birthday Party coming for all those residents born in the year 1939. We had a party for us when we turned 70 (10 years ago) so it’s time for another one. We’ve come a long way in 10 years.

Keep your eyes on this newsletter for the month of March, and you’ll see more details. The Birthday Party will be April 6th. For more information contact Kathy Keller 863-382-2410.

WOW
WOW widows will have their February 21st lunch at Dimitri’s. Need a ride, call Annette Di Mare at 863-382-8769. We leave the clubhouse at 12:30 for a 1:00 pm lunch.

LADIES LUNCHEON

  • Thursday, February 21st
  • Hotel Jacaranda
  • Buffet Style lunch
  • Pay in advance at Activities Office. CASH ONLY.
  • Cost is $14.50, which includes tax, tip, and beverage.
  • Arrive 11:00 am eat 11:30 am.
  • Please sign up in the Ladies Luncheon binder on the credenza.

HEALTH FAIR
Thank you to all who volunteered to help with this year’s health fair. Thanks to Hometown America for the use of the building space.

Special thanks (again) to Greg Plank for setting up all the tables, and those who helped put the room back in order after the fair.
Thanks to the Monday Morning Coffee crew for serving refreshments.

I personally want to thank Alvina Beyer and Pam Batey for their invaluable help with my first year as coordinator.

Also, I thank the team at Creation Health who did a tremendous amount of work behind the scenes.

I would appreciate any feedback (good or bad) about your experience at the health fair. That’s the only way I will know if what we are providing is beneficial to all of us.

If you can think of any new vendors that you think we should add, please feel free to drop me a line!

Kathi Flyte, MSN

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

  • Sun 3rd, 4:30 pm Super Bowl Party (Gerry’s)
  • Tue 5th, 8:30 am Bob Evans (Breakfast)
  • Thu 14th, 2:00 pm Dairy Queen (Valentine’s Day)
  • Sun 17th, 1-4 pm Game Day (Craft Room)
  • Tue 26th, 1:00 pm L’incontro (Birthday Luncheon)

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.

CALLING ALL HOOSIERS

  • Indiana Day
  • Save the date
  • March 13, 2019
  • Catered Lunch
  • 50/50

More information to follow.

TRIPS AND TRAVEL NEWS

  • Strawberry Festival
  • March 7th, 2019
  • Sign up on Trips and Travel desk on Mondays after Coffee.
  • Yes this is a go! It has not been canceled.

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.

FOOD DRIVE
The Second Tuesday Food Collection is scheduled for February 12th. As always, have your sack of non-perishable food out on your driveway by 8:30 AM. Volunteers will come around to collect it.

You can bring your donation to Billie’s office at any time. If you prefer to give cash, give it to Billie and she will hold it for us. This month’s recipient will be Hands for the Homeless, the food outreach of Union Congregational Church.

Thank you.

ILLINOIS GET TOGETHER

  • Sunday, March 3, 2019 Activity Center 12:00-3:00 pm
  • Bring a dish to share and your own drink.
  • We are having a white elephant gift exchange by popular request.
  • Please bring trivia on Illinois to share.
  • Questions or volunteers contact Gene or Sylvia Salmon at 863-471-2182 or 863-202-0493.

TANGLEWOOD DANCE COMMITTEE DANCE LINEUP

February and March 2019
Lee Allcorn Band will be performing in the Clubhouse on Saturday, February 9th, from 7-10 P.M. The band is known for their Country and Country Rock music. Lee is a singer, songwriter and great guitarist who calls Sebring his home.

The Lee Allcorn Band has opened at the college for several well known country bands. Check out the band on Facebook or Google them to listen to clips of their music. We will be selling tickets in advance and at the door the night of the dance. Tickets are $8.00.

Saturday, March 9th, from 7-10 PM. RICK ARNOLD will be back to entertain us. Rick, the musician, Nashville songwriter and awesome performer will be here showcasing his talented guitar skills and singing. He plays electric guitar and harmonica. His high energy show is always a good time.

ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! This is being billed as a “HARD TIME DANCE”. The cost to RESIDENTS with their badges is $1.00! This relief in cost is brought to you by Alan Holmes, financial planner, from EDWARD JONES. Nonresidents admission cost will be $6.00.

Tickets will be sold at the door and doors open at 6:30 P.M. Now you have extra cash to purchase 50/50 tickets.

CALIFORNIA TOE JAM BAND RETURNS TO TANGLEWOOD FOR THE LAST TIME ON THEIR “SUNSET TOUR” on Saturday, March 23rd, from 7-10 P.M. Tickets will again be pre-sold (details to follow closer to date). Tickets are $15 and $10 depending on table location.

TGA NEWS
February is a very busy month for Tanglewood Golf Association (TGA) golfers. In addition to daily play six days per week, we have several tournaments scheduled.

There will be a “2 of 4 Best Ball” tournament on Thursday, February 7th. It is scheduled for Sun ‘N Lake Turtle Run and sign ups are Monday, January 28 and Saturday, February 2nd.

Men golfers are holding their inaugural CanAm Cup on Monday, February 11th, and the Ladies are holding their 2nd annual CanAm Cup on Monday, February 18.

Sign ups for the Ladies event are Saturday, February 9 and Monday, February 11th.

TGA’s Club Championship will be played February 26, March 4, and March 6. Sign ups are Wednesday, February 13 after the monthly Membership Meeting, and Saturday, February 16 and Monday, February 18. Cost is $20, and includes lunch following the final round.

Tournament sign ups are in the Mirror Room from 10:00-11:30 am Saturdays, and 2:00-3:30 pm on Mondays. You must be an active TGA member to participate.

For membership information, please contact Jeannine Telfer at 863-314-0313.

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 are 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.

PETANQUE NEWS
Pick Your Team Tournament will be on March 2nd at 9:00 am. Sign up on February 18th & 25th at Monday Coffee at 8:00 am. All info posted at courts.

A TASTE OF MEXICO
SENOR JALAPENO, 2451 US 27 Avon Park, PRESENTS A TASTE OF MEXICO

A special evening for Tanglewood residents.

  • Receive 20% off of your dinner.
  • 2 for 1 Margaritas
  • 2 for 1 Draft: Bud Light, Budweiser & Mic Ultra

Sample some authentic Mexican fare:

  • Chile Relleno
  • Enchiladas Verdes
  • Quesadillas Mexicanas
  • Chocoflan
  • Sangria

THURSDAY, Feb. 21, 5:30 PM, RESERVATIONS REQUIRED.

Phone: 863 201-7910, (reservations limited…..call early), No reservations after February 18th.

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, Feb. 6th Ride to Avon Park, lunch at the Avon Park Diner
  • Wed, Feb. 13th Ride to Hammock State Park, lunch at Sonny’s BBQ
  • Wed, Feb. 20th Ride around Lake Jackson, lunch at the Broken Egg
  • Wed, Feb. 27th Ride to Avon Park lunch at Little Italy

Susan Szprychel, 863-658-1538.

PICTORIAL DIRECTORY
On March 12th and 13th Lifetouch will return to take photos of those who were not in our last pictorial directory.

Appointments can be made following Monday Morning Coffee or by calling Howard or Diane Lowry at 863-382-6170.

TANGLEWOOD CANADA DAY PARTY

  • CANADA DAY in Tanglewood.
  • Wednesday, March 6th, 2 to 5 pm in the clubhouse.
  • Entertainment by Wendy & Dennis Jager.
  • Tickets $10.
  • Sandra Armitage, 903 Antelope Drive.

WISCONSIN PARTY
The annual Wisconsin Party will be on March 12th in Bash area. Additional information in March’s newsletter and at Monday Morning Coffee.

BAND ANASTAZJA RETURNING TO TANGLEWOOD
Please join us on Sunday, February 17th, at 2:00 pm in the Tanglewood Clubhouse for the return of Band Anastazja.

Come out and see an amazing performance by this talented family. Armed with a banjo, mandolin, fiddle, guitar, bass, the spoons, eight kids, Mom, Dad, and Gramma.

The Band Anastazja travels here, there and everywhere to entertain folks with their unique style of music, and their genuineness in the real life stories that they tell and the songs to accompany them.love offering will be accepted during intermission and refreshments will be provided.

FIRE RING IN THE BASH AREA
We would like to invite everyone out for a Fire Ring in the BASH AREA on Tuesday, February 26th , from 5-7 pm. George Durham & Company will be here to preform for your listening and dancing enjoyment.

We will be lighting up the ring, and providing hot dogs for those who would like to grill their own.

Please bring sides to share with your friends, and your own grilling utensil.

Just a reminder, if you would like to save a table a member of your party must remain with the table.

REMEMBER TO WEAR YOUR ID BADGE!! THEY ARE REQUIRED!!

We will also have beer, wine, sodas, and water. All of this provided to you by Hometown America.

FOR YOUR SAFETY
Please remember to wear light or reflective clothing when walking at night. If you are wearing dark colors it is much harder to see you. Thank you.

FREE NEWSPAPER
Each Thursday the Highlands Sun loads up the newspaper box by the laundromat at the clubhouse. This free paper has lots of community news. Take advantage of the chance to keep up on what’s happening locally….at no charge.

BUNCO
Please join us for Bunco on February 7th. Doors open 6:00 pm, and play begins 6:30 pm. You must have your ID badge to play. Cost is $5.00.

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

POTLUCK
Potluck is Tuesday, Feb 12th at 5:30, bring dish that serves 12 and own place service…sign up in the book on the credenza.

50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Special Meals / the Anniversary Dinner on Saturday, February 2.

Doors open at 4:30 pm, program starts at 5 PM.

10 couples are celebrating their 50th Anniversaries this year.

John & Cindy Gallenberger, Bob & Betty Goble, Glenn & Marilyn Bradley, Gene & Becky Arth, Jerry & Donna Elenbaas, Ed & Gail Wooley, Gale & Sunny Tieder, Larry & Donna Coe, Bill & Jan Garrison, Larry & Pat Groves.

A SPECIAL THANK YOU
We would like to thank Vivian Johnson for continuing to create and donate her beautiful handmade quilts to the needy.

She is a seasonal Tanglewood Resident from Lansing, Michigan who lives with her 3 daughters and their families.

Their Michigan church, Grace Lutheran, recently held a celebration and blessing of the quilts estimating that she has crafted over 1,000 quilts.

This lady is in her 90’s and is appreciated by all who know her.

NEW YORK STATE GATHERING
New York State Gathering, Sunday, March 10, 3:00 pm in the Activities Room.

Bring your favorite dish to share, your own table settings and beverages.

A sign-up sheet is on the credenza in the Club House.

Questions: contact Mary Ann Scharmberg, marms327@gmail.com

SAVE THE DATE
Minnesota State Party, March 3rd in Activity Center, 4-6 pm.

TMAC COMMITTEE ELECTION INFORMATION
ELECTION DAY FEBRUARY 11, 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 CRAFT 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.

TANGLEWOOD MINSTRELS
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.

We will also be doing a concert of your favorite music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s on Saturday, March 2nd, 2019, at 7:00 p.m. in the clubhouse.

Round table seating will be set up for these events.

Bring your own snacks and beverages. And best of all, they are FREE!

RV CLUB MEETING
The RV Club meeting will be held on Feb 12, 2019 at 2:00 pm in the Community Room.

FUN IN FEBRUARY & BEYOND
Diversions Committee (Just for Fun!) has a big month planned for all of you.

The ANNUAL SPELLING BEE will take place on Wednesday the 6th at 2 PM. This is traditional oral spelling, no smartphones or lifelines allowed. The top four Spellers will take home cash, and all participants get one of our famous mammoth homemade cookies. This is Shirley Kabet’s favorite event. Sign up on the Credenza.

The February 11 SEVENS game has been cancelled for TMAC Elections. Sign up for your committees and show up to vote for your officers.

The VARIETY SHOW is a don’t miss event! Always a full house, and Marianne Jones has put together a night of song and comedy with probably a few surprises thrown in. It’s a free show, but donations will be taken for a local charity, and there will be a 50/50. Curtain goes up at 7 PM on February 16.

BLIND DRAW will return at 6:00 PM on Thursday, February 21. Those of you who were here all summer had the opportunity to learn this game indoors. Bob Larocque has tweaked the rules and score sheet, and he’s ready to bring it back. Since this game is new to everyone who wasn’t here during the summer, we will once again play INSIDE the clubhouse. $1 to play, some very nice prizes for the top scorers. The game rules will be explained. Bring a pencil and your name badge. Watch for the sign-up sheet.

Crafters – A Heads Up
Tables for the November 14, 2019 Craft Fair will go on sale on Monday, March 4. The tables will be $5 apiece.

Only Residents of Tanglewood are able to have tables, but the sale is open to the public. For more information contact Shirley Kabet at shirlkab@embarqmail.com

The SPRING GARAGE SALE is scheduled for March 8 and 9.

SEVENS returns on March 11th.

And there will be a traditional GOLF CART POKER RUN on March 21. You’ll be hearing more about this.

OHIO PARTY

  • March 5th, 2019
  • 4-7 pm at the Clubhouse
  • Catered Dinner, $10.00 each
  • Tickets available February 4th,11th, 18th, & 25th at Monday Coffee.

Tickets can also be purchased from:

  • Julia, 419-421-1859
  • Brenda, 419-306-9668
  • Judy, 419-889-4808
  • Peggy, 419-575-3099
  • No Ticket sales after February 25th

Menu

  • Chicken piccata or roast beef
  • Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans, Salad, Spinach Quiche, and Homemade Rolls & Butter.
  • Dessert—Chocolate Cake, Flan, Fruit, and Cheese Cake with cherries.
  • Coffee, water provided. BYO special beverage.
  • 50/50 Drawing Raffle & Door Prizes

HEARTLAND SENIOR GAMES
Tanglewood Plays Host Once Again
This month Tanglewood will host three of the Heartland Senior Games events.

February 5 – Euchre players will meet in the main hall of the clubhouse in a tournament coordinated by Marjorie Nelson and Colleen Schenking.

February 9 and 10 – Tom Stadler, Betty Schleis and Mary Kloster will keep the pickleball tournament running smoothly.

February 21 – Pat Reich will play host to bridge players in the Community Room.

It’s not too late to get into the Games.

Those interested in competing in bridge, swimming, track & field or tennis have until February 7th to get their registration forms to South Florida State College.

There are registration forms on the fence at the pickleball courts. They may also be downloaded at www.southflorida.edu/heartlandgames.

PAPARAZZI JEWELRY
Paparazzi Jewelry Sale. Where Elegance meets value. Wednesday, February 13th, 2-6 pm in the Community room.

All items are nickel and lead free. Cash & Carry or PayPal invoicing available. Over 2000 pieces. All necklaces come with matching earrings.

For more info, contact Cindy 586-298-8643. Snacks and refreshments provided.

JAZZ NIGHT
Broadway Lights Theater Company invites you to join us on Saturday, February 23 for another wonderful night of Jazz performed by Daryl Patrick and his jazz ensemble.

Come and listen to a new piano player who will wow you with his smooth ivory keys. Experience the club house transformation as it goes from club house to a pulsating jazz cabaret.

Tickets are on sale at Monday Coffee and at the door. Tickets are $5.00 each. There will also be a 50/50 to benefit the Sebring Battered Women’s Shelter. BYOB and bring your snacks. We look forward to seeing you there. Doors open at 6:15 with the performance starting at 7:00.

TANGLEWOOD 19TH ANNUAL VARIETY SHOW
The 19th Annual Tanglewood Residents’ Variety Show will be held on Saturday, February 16th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. 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. always, the show is FREE. Donations will be accepted for a charity.
Any questions, call Marianne Jones at 630-870-2250.

TANGLEWOOD MINSTRELS
The Tanglewood Minstrels will perform a concert on Saturday, March 2nd, in the clubhouse at 7:00 pm. This event is not our sing-along, but will still feature folk, pop and gospel music from the 60’s and 70’s for your enjoyment.

Round table seating will be set up. Bring your favorite beverages and snacks. The concert is FREE, so come and enjoy your community’s talent.

ALZEHEIMER’S EDUCATION AND HELP SEMINAR
As a public service, the Outdoor Decorating Committee is currently putting together and will be hosting a seminar to answer all your questions regarding Dementia, Alzheimer’s and Care giving.

How do you know if it’s Alzheimer’s? What are the early warning signs? What should you be concerned about, and what is just normal aging. What do you do when your spouse is driving you crazy with repetitive behavior, unreasonable demands or sundowners??? What do you do when you feel guilty because it’s sometimes overwhelming?

Is there any help for me out there? Can I get some relief? How much does it cost? Just what services are available to help me out?

These are all things that will be covered, and there will be a question and answer session.

Representatives from Nu Hope; Elder Care Services and Change of Pace; Caring for Caregivers and Sarasota Memorial Hospital Memory Care Clinic will be here to help us to understand all of these questions and concerns.

A sign-up book is located on the credenza for you to sign up. The purpose for this is to give Nu Hope and Change of Pace and the Outdoor Decorating Committee an idea of how many people to expect. It’s easier if you have a heads up count. If you have not signed up but want to attend at the last minute…..you are entirely welcome but we may run out of refreshments. Your cooperation would be greatly appreciated by all.

Mark your calendars for MARCH 7th, 1:00 pm, in the clubhouse in the bingo area, and Please help us spread the word……….we’d like to reach out to as many people as we can.

It’s amazing how often one hears………”Oh!, I didn’t know about it” There is no charge to attend this seminar.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Penny Irilli 863 835-1435.

SPECIAL EVENTS SHOW—HYPERSONA
Sunday, February 10th, 7:00 PM. By popular demand for a return performance!

Hypersona is a three-piece band of stellar musicians performing your favorite songs from many genres.

QUEENS OF BROADWAY
Sunday, February 24th, 7 PM
A Female Impersonator Broadway Cabaret, our Broadway caliber show will delight and astound everyone from ages 8 to 80.

Critically acclaimed as the only family-friendly drag show in America, this Broadway style production will have you on your feet and cheering for more. Our queens and show cast will take you through the best of Broadway – past and present.

Elaborately staged and beautifully-costumed production numbers will transport you from the roof tops of London to the streets of 1950’s Baltimore.

Our cast of over a dozen singers, dancers, and female impersonators are sure make you feel like you have taken a bite out of The Big Apple.

Phenomenal live vocalists will bring you extraordinary renditions from Broadway musicals such as Dreamgirls, The Book of Mormon, and The Addams Family. Spectacular productions include everything from Aladdin, The Phantom of the Opera, and even a Bollywood extravaganza.

Our incredibly talented cast of singers and dancers have cut their teeth performing in commercials and kicking up their heels at local theme parks and theaters all around central Florida. Their high-energy dancing and powerful vocals take this Broadway-caliber show to a whole new level, and make this production anything but a typical “drag” show.

LADIES HIGH TEA
Please join us for our third annual Ladies High Tea and delight in tea, savories, and sweets.

  • 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.

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