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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…

Lee Greenwood’s Song

God Bless The USA Memorial Weekend is here. A song has been going through my head and now it will be in yours too. The correct title is ‘God Bless the USA’ by Lee Greenwood. Read the lyrics and sing it if you want. But read the words and pray for our country. Because… If…

I Will Survive

The Pets Will ThriveHere’s a poem from a puppy’s point of view about the Pandemic.  When you read it, say it or sing it, to the tune of the song “I will Survive”. At First I Was Afraid, I Was Petrified, I Didn’t Get Why Mom Was Suddenly Always Inside.My Daily Naps Were All Cut…

Thank You ! from Hands for Homeless

This is a letter received from Jane Breylinger, Executive Director of Hands for Homeless, one of the two food distribution sites Tanglewood supports with our monthly food drives: April 27, 2020 Dear Tanglewood Family, Thank your for your recent donation of over 200 bags of food to Hands for Homeless, Inc.  Your generosity and support…

50th Anniversary Celebration

Six Couples HonoredTanglewood is home to six couples who are celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary this year. Tanglewood Community Church hosted the anniversary dinner held annually to honor couples who are celebrating their 50th year of wedded bliss. Approximately 187 friends and family attended the Saturday evening gala in the Clubhouse where church services are…

Autumn in the Library

Enter the library at your own risk! What Spells, Potions, and Creepy Concoctions lurk inside that mysterious book? Will that creepy spider attack you? What’s behind that mask inside a wreath? or inside the wreath with the ominous skull and crossbones? With so much fall foliage, the library feels like an autumn garden! Judy Higgins…