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.
|Monday, 3rd||D-Day Turkey Distribution – Following Coffee|
|Wednesday, 5th||Wednesday Afternoon Movie – “Welcome to Marwen” 2:00 pm Clubhouse|
|Thursday, 6th||D-Day Thanksgiving – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Friday, 7th||Nu Hope Donation Truck at Clubhouse-10:00 am to 12:00 pm|
|Monday, 10th||Sevens – 1 pm, Community room|
|Tuesday, 11th||Food Drive|
|Thursday, 13th||Bunco – 6-9 pm, Clubhouse|
|Saturday, 15th||Country Breakfast – 8:00 am, Clubhouse|
|Saturday, 15th||Dance – DJ Jam Inc -7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Sunday, 16th||Happy Father’s Day!!|
|Wednesday, 19th||Blood Drive|
|Thursday, 20th||Ladies Luncheon – Cang Tongs 11:00 am|
|Thursday, 20th||WOW Luncheon|
|Friday, 21st||Staff vs. Residents Water Volley Ball Game – 1:30 pm|
|Friday, 21st||Moving On (original play) – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Saturday, 22nd||Car Wash at Clubhouse – 10:00 am – 12:00 pm|
|Saturday, 22nd||Moving On (original play) – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Tuesday, 25th||Pool Party – 3:00 pm, Pool Veranda|
|Thursday, 27th||Bunco – 6-9 pm, Clubhouse|
For all Non-Emergency calls to the Highlands County Sheriff’s Department. Please call 863-402-7200.
FROM YOUR COMMUNITY MANAGER
June 1st is the official start of Hurricane Season. Please stop by the business office to pick up the most up-to-date information available. To be prepared is the best plan in case of an emergency.
If you are leaving for a few days, weeks, etc. this summer please secure all loose items around your home in case of a storm. Even our summer storms can bring wind gusts that can make an object become a missile and cause damage to your property or someone else’s.
All overnight guests should be registered with the business office. Residents are responsible for your guests and must accompany them at all times if using any of the amenities. Wrist bands must be worn while at the pool and returned when your guest leaves.
It’s that time again! Staff vs Residents Water Volleyball! June 21st at 1:30 PM. It’s also Gary’s birthday! Join us for some FUN in the SUN.
TOOLS FOR SCHOOL
In addition to the annual school supply drive done at Tanglewood, Hometown America is doing a separate collection.
We are collecting backpacks for children living in one of our all age communities, University Lakes, located in Miami, Florida. We will be collecting backpacks in the months of June and July.
Please drop off your backpack donation at the Business Office.
Thank you for your generosity.
BEAUTIFICATION RECOGNITION FOR JUNE 2019
The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Jackie Young 1934 Sunflower Circle.
This beautiful yard and well-groomed home is appreciated by all our residents. The judging includes a well maintained yard, clean exterior of the home, as well as maintained plants and shrubs.
Each month we will recognize a home with beautifully maintained yard. The Award sign will be in the yard for one month. A resident committee chooses a yard each month, and there are several guidelines they must follow.
FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE￼
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MOVIE
Wednesday, June 5th, at 2:00 pm, we will be showing the movie “Welcome to Marwen”. We will also have popcorn and soda for those who wish to attend.
No one expects Mark Hogancamp to recover from a devastating assault that wipes away all of his memories. Putting together pieces from the past and present, Mark meticulously creates a Belgian town and becomes a heroic World War II fighter pilot.
His astonishing art installation soon comes to life with breathtakingly realistic dolls — a testament to the most powerful women he knows.
Through this fantasy world, Hogancamp finds the strength to triumph in the real world and face his attackers.
Come out and party with us Tuesday, June 25th,3-5 pm on the Pool Veranda. Rick Arnold will be here performing for your entertainment.
We will have beer, wine, sodas, and water provided for your enjoyment by Hometown America.
You are invited to our car wash on June 22nd from 10 AM to 12 PM, at the Tanglewood Clubhouse
“Reflections Students Ministries” is the youth ministry of Sebring Christian Church. At Reflections, our mission is to Reflect Christ on the world as lights so people can experience what Christ looks like through our lives.
All proceeds will go back into the youth ministry to aid the cost of summer programming. Thank you for supporting us, and we look forward to seeing you there!
RED HOT BABES
Red Hot Babes meet the 1st Monday of every month at 11:00 am in the Craft Room.
SINGLES JUNE SCHEDULE (plus park events, check the book)
- Tue 4th 9:00 am Dee’s (Breakfast)
- Wed 12th 12:30 pm Qtrly Meeting/ Salad-Bar Luncheon (Gerry’s)
- Sun 16th 1-4 pm Game Day/Father’s Day (Craft Room)
- Tue 25th 5:00 pm Manny’s (Lake Wales) (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: firstname.lastname@example.org
No e-mail? Pick up a schedule in the book, or call Gerry Dewing – 863-385-4605
TANGLEWOOD DANCE COMMITTEE NEWS
Tanglewood welcomes back DJ Jam Inc. to our Saturday, June 15, 2019 dance. This father and son DJ duo have the ability to play songs from the past 50 years. The key to this dance is to request the tunes you want to hear. They love taking requests, so don’t be shy.
The doors open at 6:30 with the dance from 7-10 pm. Residents are $5 and guest/non-residents are $6. Bring your own beverage and snacks. Ice will be provided.
Our dances continue throughout the summer. Dances are open to the public, so invite your neighbors and friends.
Turkeys for the D-Day thanksgiving will be distributed on Monday, June 3rd, following Coffee for those who signed up.
THANKSGIVING IN JUNE is to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings, give thanks for their successes, and remember those who gave their all in the invasion.
This is scheduled to take place on June 6th, 2019 at 2:00 pm in our main clubhouse. There will be a turkey dinner, and D-Day related commemorations.
HOT TIME SUMMER IN TANGLEWOOD!
Who said there’s nothing to do in Tanglewood during the Summer! Don’t you believe it. By now you know the Diversions Committee is Just For Fun! Here’s a look at what’s coming up.
On June 10 we’ll have the monthly SEVENS GAME, Community Room, 1:00 pm, $2 to play. Winners paid out in cash, and an ice cream bar to top it all off. Easy card/dice/poker chip game, if you want to learn, come at 12:30.
June 21 and 22, Theater on a Dime presents the world premiere of “MOVING ON”, an original play in two acts. What could possibly go wrong when a deceased man comes back, but only his neighbor can see and hear him? Not his widow? Find out!
It’s a Free Show, curtain goes up at 7:00. Free snack at Intermission. We will be selling 50/50’s and Raffle Tickets. Some of the fine prizes being raffled off: Free House Wash, Free Massage. Free Knife or Scissors Sharpening. Free 2 Hours of House Cleaning. And there will be more. Raffles will be drawn on both Friday and Saturday.
Let’s jump ahead to July Fourth, celebrating the Independence of the USA.
As is our tradition, there will be a GOLF CART PARADE through the park, starting at 9:00 am. Decorate your cart in red/white/ and blue if you like, or come as you are. The route will be posted in the Clubhouse so you can get a good place to watch your neighbors driving by.
Then at 1:00 pm, come back to the Clubhouse for BEAN BAG BASEBALL . If you’re a regular player, come and keep those skills sharp. If you’ve never played, there will be a “field” set aside for new players. Free advice from the old players. Come learn the fastest growing sport in Tanglewood.
And finally, what would the Fourth of July be without the MOTHER OF ALL POT LUCKS ? Once again, Hometown America is providing the fried chicken for all.
You will bring a dish to share – potato or macaroni salad, green salad, vegetable, deviled eggs, baked beans, fruit, dessert – what have you!
There will be a sign up sheet on the Credenza – Signing up is Mandatory! We eat at 5:00 pm, bring your own beverage. Tableware and utensils will be provided. We are assisting the Pot Luck Committee on this adventure.
And of course, another SEVENS game on July 8th.
CRAFT FAIR tables are still available to residents, $5 will get you a spot on November 9. Call Shirley Kabet or email her at email@example.com.
Hello fellow game players. We would like to invite you to an evening of fun playing Bunco at the Clubhouse. Doors will open at 6:00 pm, and Bunco will begin at 6:30 pm. The cost to play is $5.00.
Everyone must have their ID badge to receive prize money.
The dates for Bunco will be as follows: June 13th, June, 27th, July 11th, July 25th, August 8th, and August 22nd. Hope to see you there.
TANGLEWOOD BLOOD DRIVE
Wednesday, June 19, 2019. Please sign up on the credenza.
WOW WIDOWS LUNCH
Wow widows will have their June 20th lunch at Caddy Shack.
Leave clubhouse at 12:30 for 1 pm lunch.
Need a ride or to cancel, please call Annette Di Mare, 863-382-8769. Sign up in WOW book on credenza in clubhouse.
Come ride with us on Mondays and Thursdays. We leave at 9:00 am from the Petanque parking lot.
General Information – 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. For membership information, please contact Membership and HDCP Director, Jeannine Telfer at 863-314-0313.
- Tuesday & Wednesday, 3:00 pm in the Activity Building This class is a floor class. Please bring a yoga mat & water.
- Thursday, 1:00 pm, in the Clubhouse This is a Chair Yoga class. Great for beginners. Please bring water.
- Thursday, 4:00 pm, in the Mirror Room This is a guided meditation class. Please bring water.
- Friday, 9:00 am, in the pool This is an Aqua Yoga class, great for beginners. Please bring 2 pool noodles & water.
FOOD DRIVE, JUNE 11TH
The snowbirds are gone, but the need remains. Kids who rely on free breakfasts and lunches at their schools might find themselves with fewer opportunities to eat.
Seniors and the working poor still hit the food pantries, especially at the end of the month when their own pantries are empty.
We’ve been helping the less fortunate for years now, and we don’t quit because it’s summer.
The Second Tuesday Food Drive will be collecting non-perishable food from your driveway on Tuesday, June 11.
As always, have your donation out by 8:30 and it will be picked up and taken to the distribution center at Hands for the Homeless in Avon Park.
You can also leave your donation with Billie at any time. Thank you.
LIP SYNC RETURNS OCTOBER 19TH
The Diversions Committee is cooperating with the RV Club to raise money for the Heartland Food Bank’s Christmas Drive.
Following last year’s success, we are running another Lip Sync Contest.
Any resident or employee of Tanglewood can put together a team, ranging from one to twenty members. You pay $10 to register your whole team, no matter how big it is. Choose a song, be it funny, sentimental, sappy, protest-y, or patriotic. Get appropriate costumes and work out a skit.
There’s NO SINGING, just mouthing the words. Once your song is registered and paid for, nobody else can use it.
Contact Shirley Kabet or get a registration form from Billie. All money raised by registrations, ticket sales, and 50/50 will go to the Heartland Food Bank.
Thursday, June 20th, 2019 Cang Tong Restaurant Order from the menu, and pay there Sign up on the credenza Arrive at 11:00 eat at 11:30.
NU-HOPE MAKES DONATING EASY THE FIRST FRIDAY OF THE MONTH
Have you ever wanted to support a local nonprofit that provides services for seniors 60 years of age and better? Do you have gently used items or wares?
Since 1975, NU-HOPE Elder Care Services, Inc. has provided services for seniors and their caregivers which prevent premature long-term care placement. Annually, the agency provides assistance to over 800 seniors.
Last year alone, NU-HOPE provided over 50,000 home-delivered meals to 244 seniors with nutritional risks, and over 3,500 hours of personal care including assistance with eating, dressing, personal hygiene, and other activities of daily living.
With over 40% of the population in Highlands County, addressing the needs of seniors and those who care for seniors is vital. Annually, NU-HOPE must raise over $350,000 to receive grants to provide these services (many of which are complimentary or based on a sliding fee scale). This is accomplished by agency fundraisers, and its two thrift stores (Sebring and Lake Placid).
Every dollar raised can provide nearly $10 worth of services for seniors or their caregivers.
You, too, can be an advocate for seniors by donating used items or wares to NU-HOPE Elder Care Services, Inc.
Every first Friday of the month, the NU-HOPE Thrift Store Truck will park in the parking lot of the Tanglewood Clubhouse from 10:00 am- 12:00 pm to accept used items. Should you require a pick-up of items, please contact (863) 382-2134.
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BROADWAY LIGHTS PRESENTS
Broadway Lights is proud to announce their Independence Day (July 4th) tribute to The Red, White and Blue. On July 5th and 6th, we will be presenting a stage performance in celebration of the United States of America’s independence.
This will be a tribute to all of our Veterans, with an historical overview of America through song, music and narration.
Broadway Lights will take you on a history ride from the Declaration of Independence, the Industrial Revolution, Civil War, Baseball, all the way through World War II; along with the recognition of period song writers and vocalists.will be audience participation.
Tickets are $5.00 each and will be sold at Monday Morning Coffee. This is a BYOB and bring your snacks. Come and join us for a festive and heartfelt evening as we share our gratitude to our forefathers who made our Country so strong and great.