Shirley Kabet

The TWRTimes Announces:

A New Summer ContestThe TWRTimes is proud to announce a new summer contest In April! This is another scavenger-type hunt. You have one week, starting April 1, to find five Easter Baskets hidden in Tanglewood. Each basket has one word  taped to it. Write it down, and leave the basket where it is.    When you…

Second Tuesday Food Drive on Schedule

Things are in upheaval in Florida, in Highlands County, and in Tanglewood.  There are some mighty kind and generous people in this park, as you know. The Second Tuesday Food Drive  will take place on schedule, on April 14.  This collection will be taken to Hands for the Homeless in Avon Park and distributed to the…

Got Books to Return?

If you have some library books to return to Tanglewood’s (new! improved!) library, you can bring them up to the clubhouse and leave them on the bench by the main door.  Billie will pick them up and bring them inside.  Obviously, don’t do this on a weekend. Or pass them on to your friends who…

The Gates Will Be Closed Again

Park Manager Darlene Bradley sent out this announcement today, March 23: “Out of an abundance of caution to minimize risk of exposure to the virus, we made the decision to open community gates to decrease the amount of hands on the gate pad. This preventive decision was based on the Centers for Disease Control and…

What to Do, What to Do…

No Pickleball.  No Petanque.  No Bingo.  Even the Library is locked!  What’s an active senior to do to fill the hours?  And don’t say “Watch TV.”   What could be worse than six weeks of “reality” shows, political commentary, soap operas, or Fox News?   Not much, I assure you. So, what can we do?  Step back. …

Secure the Gates

There’s a rumor running around these days that the Federal Government will be sending out checks to citizens such as ourselves.  One date given was April 6, and another on May 18.  This may or may not be true, but a concerned resident on Cloud Nine Parkway reminds us to NOT open the gates to…

Tai Chi Moves Outdoors, Try it Free

Tai Chi class moves outside into the sunshine and is open to all Tanglewood residents. 20 minutes of valuable low impact exercise movements – standing or sitting for all ages. Safe in the open air with plenty of room for personal distance. To help all in the community during this time of health crisis free…

Tree of Honor Adds Three New Leaves

A half dozen residents have been nominated and three were selected for the Tree of Honor (now in the new Library).  These folks exhibited exceptional service to the Tanglewood community, each in his or her own way. Leading the 2020 list of Very Fine People is Bob Larocque.  Currently Chair of Diversions, Bob also is the…