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My Word! February 9

Bromide (bro-mide) Noun This one has two meanings: 1. A trite or obvious remark. 2. Any compound of the element bromide and another metal. These drugs were sometimes used as sedatives or paralytics. John just kept repeating the phrase, “follow your dreams” until it had become a meaningless bromide. Tennessee has been having trouble obtaining…

Welcome News – January 2020

Welcome Table –  January 27, 2020 Meet Janice & Gary Bacon 534 Wilderness Circle (Outback) Phone: 219-928-8526 Email: jjbacon@comcast.net The Bacons are originally from Laporte, IN and are with us for six months in the RV park. Gary is retired from 40 years of working in the Methodist Hospital in Merrillville as a Respiratory Therapist. …

WELCOME NEWS – DECEMBER 2019

WELCOME TABLE – DECEMBER 30, 2019 Meet Red Manges 2892 Whistle Stop Cell Phone: 305-743-6078 Email: mmanges544@gmail.com Red came to us from Marathon in the Florida Keys.  He retired after 50 years from Steel Fabricating Business. Red was in the Navy and is a WWII Veteran. His loves are woodworking, RVing and sailing.  Please Welcome…

WELCOME NEWS – NOVEMBER 2019

  WELCOME TABLE – NOV 25, 2019 Meet Charles & Cindy Biggers 1702 Primrose Lane (Wildflower) Phones: Charles 863-464-9185; Cindy 863-464-9187 Email: cbiggers1@tampabay.rr.com Charles and Cindy have been living in the Tampa Bay, St Petersburg area for many years but originally he is from NC while she is from IN.  They will be with us…

OCTOBER WELCOME NEWS

WELCOME TABLE – OCT 28, 2019 Meet Bill & Sharon Lee 3801 Running Deer (Dreamcatcher) Phones: 207-649-1013; 207-649-1212 Email: SharonL001@hotmail.com Bill and Sharon are originally from Waterville, Maine and will be with us year round! They are retired from jobs as a Social Worker and outside sales. They love to walk, play golf, do puzzles…

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…