Shirley Kabet

TWRTimes Seek & Find – The Final Challenge

We know you’ve been having fun – you tell us that  every week.  We’ve had fun too, creating “news” to keep you busy during the months of non-activities here in Tanglewoodland.  We’ve taken you through Wildflower, Carefree, The Circle, the Outback, Bayside, and DreamCatcher.  And here comes Big Sky, the final frontier. This one is…

Quilts for Charities

On any given Tuesday afternoon from 1 – 3 pm in the Craft Room, you will find Donna Bechtol leading a group of dedicated sewers from Tanglethread Quilters assembling community quilts.  “We all love fabric, so we are happy to cut it up and sew it back together and create something pretty.  This is a…

Recycling to Resume Next Week

Good news for the planet.  Highlands County will resume picking up our recyclables on Friday, July 3.  So if you’ve been using your green bin for extra garbage, yard waste, or a beer cooler, be sure to hose it out now. What is accepted: CLEAN steel and aluminum cans. CLEAN plastic bottles and jars CLEAN…

How Many Meals!

Submitted by Ruth Barron Recently I lost a friend to cancer.  She had lived here, was a member of the RV Club, and worked on our Christmas Food Drive for many years.  The best thing I could think to honor her memory was to make a donation to the Heartland Food Bank.  I received a…

A Pandemic Poem

Resident Larry Conrad put his free time to good use by writing a poem about these strange days. Living in the COVID-19 Pandemic  I woke up as usual to face a new day And looked out the window, the sky was all gray. The street was so empty, no one was about Only the squirrels…