Announcement: November 2019 Monthly Activity and Event Schedule

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.

Every Monday Bingo – 6:30 pm, Clubhouse (be here and ready to play by 6:15)
Friday, 1st Nu Hope Donation Truck at Clubhouse -10 am -12 pm
Friday, 1st Comedy Tonight – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 2nd Petanque Tournament – 9:00 am Petanque Courts
Saturday, 2nd Comedy Tonight – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 3rd Special Events Show, Nicole Sasser – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Tuesday, 5th RV Club Meeting – 2:00 pm Clubhouse, Community Room
Tuesday, 5th Fire Ring – 5:00 – 7:00 pm, OUTBACK  PICNIC AREA
Thursday,7th Bunco – 6:30 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 9th Craft & Hobby Fair – 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, Clubhouse
Monday, 11th Veteran’s Day Pancake Breakfast – 8:00 am, Clubhouse
Monday, 11th Sevens – 1:00 pm, Community Room
Tuesday, 12th Second Tuesday Food Drive (Have food out for pickup by 8:30 am)
Tuesday, 12th Potluck – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 13th New England Gathering – 5-7:00 pm, Activities Building
Friday, 15th Friday Night Jazz – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 16th Country Breakfast – 8:00 am, Clubhouse
Saturday, 16th Dance – Paisley Craze 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Sunday, 17th Special Events Show, Journey/ Styx Tribute – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Monday, 18th Art League Portraiture Class – 2:00 pm
Tuesday, 19th Tanglewood Veteran’s Picnic -11:00 am – 2:00 pm Pool Veranda
Tuesday, 19th Special Meals – 5:30 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 20th TMAC Meeting – 3:00 pm, Clubhouse
Wednesday, 20th HOA Meeting – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse
Thursday, 21st Ladies Luncheon – Cowpokes Watering Hole arrive 11:15 am
Thursday, 21st Bunco – 6:00 pm, Clubhouse
Friday, 22nd Garage Sale Open to Residents Only – 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, Clubhouse
Saturday, 23rd Garage Sale Open to Public – 7:00 am to 11:00 am, Clubhouse
Monday, 25th Thanksgiving Turkey Distribution – Following Coffee
Thursday, 28th Thanksgiving Meal Potluck – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse
Friday, 29th Light up Tanglewood – 7:00 to 9:00 pm, Bash Area

For all Non-Emergency calls to the Highlands County Sheriff Department. Please call 863-402-7200.

Welcome back Home! We have missed you. We have been busy sprucing up, painting, planting, repairing, replacing and cleaning. We are still in the process of some major upgrades. So please be patient with us since we are at the mercy of the Florida weather as we make our community better one step at a time.

Don’t forget to stop by the office for a cookie or a candy. We do love seeing our residents when they return.

Calling all Veterans. Come have breakfast with the HTA staff on Monday, November 11th. We will be serving pancakes, sausage, milk, juice and coffee. All are welcome, we have a sign-up sheet in the clubhouse. We would love to see you there.

November will surely prove to be busy. Take the time to stop and visit with neighbors and friends. What a great way to start someone’s day.

On another note, we need to reduce the speeding within the community. I know that we are all anxious to get to where we are going, but this does not excuse speeding. Tanglewood’s speed limit is 17 mph or less, and remember that stop signs matter. One accident is too many. Let’s all keep one another safe by driving cautiously and lawfully through the neighborhood.

Also, if walking after dark, please carry a flashlight, and wear light colored clothing that will reflect.

While walking pets, please remember that we have areas for our furry family. Please do not let them stop in someone else’s yard.

Note of concern: Horticulture must be placed at the curb of your home no more than two days prior to pick-up. We have instructions in the office for the process of horticulture and times of pick-up. You can get this in the office.

Thank you for choosing Tanglewood as your home. I look forward to seeing you around the neighborhood.

The only thing that will make you happy is being happy with who you are, and not who people think you are….

Darlene D Bradley

The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Gary and Sandra Harrah 3533 Indian Summer Trail. Congratulations!!

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.


On behalf of Tanglewood, we’d like to recognize all our residents who have served in the United States military this upcoming Veterans Day.

We want to honor you all as it is your service and sacrifice that has kept our country safe and free. No matter which branch you served in or how long you served, we commend you.

While vocalizing our gratitude to our veterans is a good start, illustrating it through actions is much better. So please, if you are a veteran at Tanglewood, let us honor you, your spirit, your bravery, and your service this Veterans Day. On Monday, November 11, 2019 at 8 am in the Clubhouse, we will be having a pancake breakfast in your honor.

If you’d like, we encourage you to wear your uniform or bring your cover and metals. We’ll begin serving food at 8 am. There will be a sign-up sheet on the credenza for those planning on attending so we can get a count of how many pancakes we will need.

Although this is to honor our Veterans, all Tanglewood residents are invited to attend. We hope to see you all there.

We would like to welcome back all of our seasonal residents by kicking off this year with a Fire Ring in the Outback on Wednesday, November 5th, from 5-7 pm.

Rick Arnold will be here to perform for your listening and dancing enjoyment.

We will be lighting up the ring, and providing hot dogs for those who would like to grill their own. PLEASE MAKE SURE TO WEAR YOUR ID BADGE!

Bring sides to share with your friends and a utensil to use to cook your hotdog. We will also have beer, wine, sodas, and water.

All of this provided to you by Hometown America.

Sign up for Thanksgiving Potluck will be on the credenza for those who are participating in the Thanksgiving potluck at the clubhouse on Thanksgiving Day, November 28th, at 2 pm.

One turkey will be provided per table with 12 people. The last day to sign up will be Thursday, November 21st. Turkeys will be distributed on Monday, November 25th, following Coffee until noon.

2019-2020 Special Events Show Series

  • November 3rd, 2019 – Nicole Sasser – Musician & Singer
  • November 17th, 2019 – Journey and Styx – A Tribute
  • December 8th, 2019 – The Ditchfields – Christmas Show
  • January 12th, 2020 – Hits With the Brits – Tribute to British Groups
  • January 19th, 2020 – Get Ready – Motown Tribute
  • February 9th, 2020 – Re-Creation – A Salute To Our Veterans
  • February 23rd, 2020 – Neil Diamond (Tribute)/ Nina Skyy
  • March 8th, 2020 – Buddy Holly/Roy Orbison – A Tribute
  • March 22nd, 2020 – Paul Todd – Keyboard & Vocalist
  • April 5th, 2020 – Edge Effect – A Cappella Group

Ticket pricing as follows: Individual per show – $15.00 Tanglewood Resident Season Ticket – $80.00 Non-Resident Season Ticket – $90.00

Tickets are available at the Activities Office during normal business hours. Buy yours today!

Members of the RV Club have been busy behind the scenes for months with planning for the club’s annual Food Drive which will benefit the Heartland Food Bank.

First, a big thank you to everyone who attended this year’s Lip Sync Contest. You are probably still laughing and smiling about some of the entertainment the acts brought to Tanglewood’s stage.

The Food Bank is able to get turkeys, hams, fresh fruits and vegetables either free or at wholesale prices. The money we donate goes much further, and feeds many more people right here in Highlands County. The Food Bank is always in need of community support.

Beginning November 4 – December 9, members of the RV Club will be collecting your donations at Monday Morning Coffee. Your donations may be cash or check, payable to Heartland Food Bank.

Every one who donates will be entered in a special drawing. Names will be drawn at Monday Coffee on December 16. Six folks will be presented with a gift card from one of Sebring’s local restaurants which have been donated by Alan Holmes. You do not have to be present to win.

Next up is the Annual Craft Fair on Saturday, November 9. If you are new to Tanglewood, you are not going to want to miss this busy and fun morning with your neighbors and friends. The RV Club will be in their usual spot selling their baked goods.

Last year’s big hit, Raffle Baskets, is making a return. Club members have donated items from their home states or their summer travels to be raffled off.

Baskets from Ohio, Maine, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Michigan, Cape Cod, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, New Jersey, Delaware, and one from Bermuda will be on display.

All proceeds from the RV Club table go to the Food Bank.

And one more reminder, the Bingo Committee will be holding another Bingo for the Food Drive with a special 50/50 drawing on Monday, November 11.

ATTENTION: 376 Tanglewood residents: Please pick up your 2019 updated pictorial directory which has 81 more families than the 2018 directory.

Good News: You only get your picture taken once to receive future updates over the next 4 years.

The directory is available at Monday Morning Coffee, Wednesday evening from 6:15 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. from Bob Larocque at Bean Bag Baseball, or from the Lowrys at 1707 Primrose Lane or call 863-382-6170.

ATTENTION: New photography begins December 10th, 11th, … for any resident not in the current directory. SIGN UP at Monday Morning Coffee beginning October 28, 2019.

It’s FREE!! What to expect!

  • A Professional photography session, no session fees.
  • View your images after your session, and make your selections.
  • You receive: One FREE 8X10 standard print, and a FREE updated Directory.
  • PLUS, all families in the book will receive a new, updated Directory.

When purchasing pictures, all seniors receive a 20% discount, plus $10 off. You can receive another $5 off coupon as a thank you from LifeTouch if you donate can goods or money to feeding the homeless here locally.

Kripalu Yoga Class

  • Tuesday, 3:00 pm, Activity Building
  • This class requires a yoga mat and the ability to get up & down from the floor.

Toning Class

  • Wednesday, 3:00 pm, Activity Building
  • In this class we use light weights & resistance bands
  • It can be done seated or using the chair for support

Chair Yoga

  • Thursday, 1:00 pm, Clubhouse
  • This class includes all components of a Kripalu Yoga class while seated in a chair.


  • Thursday, 2:00 pm, Craft Room
  • This is a guided meditation bringing relaxation & clarity
  • Fee is $3.00 per person

Aqua Yoga

  • Friday, 9:00 am, Tanglewood Pool
  • Bring 2 pool noodles, if you have them
  • Aqua Yoga is a free class

Our own member, Linda Beardsley, a very talented artist, will be the instructor for a portraiture class on Monday, November 18th, at 2:00 pm.

This workshop will take place at Linda’s home located at 3144 Going to the Sun. The materials needed to attend are a graphic pencil set. If you do not have an entire set, Linda will help with her supplies. The class is limited to 12 participants.

There is a sign-up sheet on the credenza in the Art League Notebook.We are inviting Tanglewood residents to join Linda at her home for this class. The charge for non-members is $5.00. If you have any questions, please call Linda directly.


  • December Petanque Tournament
  • Date: December 7, 2019
  • Time: 9:00 AM
  • Place: Petanque Courts

Sign-up: November 25th and December 2nd at Monday Morning Coffee, or before regular play at the courts. Sign-up fee $5.00 per person.


  • Tanglewood Veterans Picnic
  • Tuesday, November 19, 2019.
  • 11:00 A.M.– 2:00 P.M.
  • Upper Pool Veranda by Clubhouse.
  • Alternate site if raining: Bingo area of Clubhouse.
  • Chicken, drinks, cups, plates, cutlery, and napkins provided.
  • All veterans, spouses, and spouses of deceased veterans welcome.
  • Please bring a covered dish to share.

Please sign up in the Veterans Book if you are planning to attend.

Creative Designs, a unique crafters group is forming, and invites anyone who is interested to join us Saturdays at 10:00 am in the Craft Room beginning October 26th. More information about this group will be available at this meeting. Our first project will be an “Ugly Christmas Sweater”.

This project will run consecutive Saturdays until completion and in time to enter it in the Tanglewood Ugly Sweater Contest!

So gather up all those bits and bobbles, buttons, strings, garland, and anything else lying around the house, and come join us for coffee, treats and FUN!

You will also need a glue gun, glue sticks, scissors, needle, thread/yarn, and of course the sweater, sweatshirt, or vest to attach it all too.

See you there!

Our first gathering will be Wednesday, November 13th from 5-7 in the Activity Building. We will provide the pizza! Bring your own drinks of choice and ideas. See you all there. Please sign up in the States Book.


  • November’s Ladies Luncheon will be at COWPOKES WATERING HOLE.
  • Thursday, November 21ST
  • Arrive 11:15
  • Order from the menu and pay there.
  • Sign up on Credenza.

Wow widows will have their monthly lunch at Hibachi Buffet.

Meet at clubhouse at 12:20. We leave clubhouse at 12:30 for a 1:00 pm lunch. Please sign in WOW book on credenza in the hall.

Need a ride please call Annette DiMare – 863-382-8769.

The Second Tuesday Food Drive will be done on November 12. The canned goods and hygiene supplies we collect and donate make a big difference in the lives of those less fortunate than we. Hopefully you’ve never had to decide between spending $2 on a tube of cheap toothpaste and a loaf of bread.

Tanglewood is known for helping the community outside our gates. This month’s collection will go to Faith Lutheran’s food pantry. They consistently serve over 80 families every week. This month they are especially looking for Stovetop Stuffing-type mixes, cranberry sauce, canned yams and traditional Thanksgiving foods, besides the usual cereals, tuna, peanut butter, etc.

Put your non-perishable goods out at the end of your driveway by 8:30, it will be collected by our volunteers. You can always bring your donation (or cash) to Billie at any time.

Thank you, and God Bless.

Our friends that migrate to the North for the summer are returning, and we are getting ready for some RV fun.

Our first RV Club meeting will be Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 2:00 PM due to a Rally on the 2nd week. The meeting is held in the Community Room at the Club House. The rest of the meetings will be held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2:00 PM : December 10th, Jan. 14th, March 10th and April 14th.

Rallies set for this season are Sanlan RV Resort in Lakeland from November 11 to November 15, 2019.

We will be going to Coastal Ga RV Resort in Brunswick, Ga., March 30th to April 3, 2020. There will be more rallies to come as we set them up.

Our Christmas Party will be December 10th at the Outback, 5:00 P.M., and in March we will have our Annual Picnic on the Veranda, date to be announced.

The Craft Fair is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 9th. Members of the RV Club did an awesome job last year with State Baskets that we sold at the Fair.

This year we are going to outdo ourselves with even more exciting Baskets. All proceeds from our Craft Table will be given to the Heartland Food Bank as part of our Christmas Food Drive.

If you are new to Tanglewood and want to join us, come to a meeting and start having some fun traveling to different RV Resorts around the State and border States. For information you can contact Curt McMenamy at 863-414-7756.

Broadway Lights invites you, once again, to mark your calendars for our jazz night scheduled for November 15th (Friday).

As we get into the second set of the season, we have Daryl on the vibes, Tom DiGrazia on the drums, Dave Naylor on trumpet, Dave Andrews on piano, Bob Leonardo doing vocals. There is also a “surprise musician” in store for this month.

We can’t wait to showcase this outstanding group of musicians. Tickets are $5.00. They can be purchased at Monday Morning Coffee, Billie’s office, and at the door.

We guarantee to have the lights dim and the atmosphere festive. Doors open at 6:15 p.m., with the performance starting at 7:00 p.m. BYOB and your snacks.

We look forward to seeing you.

SINGLES NOVEMBER SCHEDULE (plus park events, check the book)

  • Tue, 5th 9:00 am I-HOP (Breakfast)
  • Wed, 13th 1:00 pm Alumni Grill (Lake Placid / Just-for-fun Luncheon)
  • Sun, 17th 1-4 pm Game Day (Craft Room)
  • Tue, 26th 5:00 pm Red Lobster (Birthday Dinner)
  •  Thu,28th pm THANKSGIVING (TBD)

Singles, Join more Singles for the Holiday dinner @ Cody’s. See single’s book. (More Info, Call Gerry Dewing – 385-4605).

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
Cost is $8.00 per person.

  • Appetizer
  • Roast Turkey
  • Stuffing
  • Mash Potatoes and Gravy
  • Vegetable
  • Jell-O Salad
  • Rolls
  • Pumpkin Pie

Tickets are available at Monday Coffee or with Billie in the Activities Office.

Doors open at 5:00 pm, meals served at 5:30 pm.

No carry outs until 6:00 pm.

The Glass Art Shop will be selling coffee ($1.00) and donuts ($1.00) in the morning at the November 9th Craft Fair. Come and enjoy a start to your day before you browse the wonderful craft items made by our talented residents of Tanglewood.

We will also be providing lunch during the Craft Fair. Come enjoy a ham or turkey sub from Subway served with chips and water for $6.00. Brownies will also be sold at $1.00 each. Want just water? $1.00 will get you a nice cold bottle of water.

The Glass Art Shop will be offering the following classes this Fall.

Beginning Fused Glass Class: November 6th, 13th, and 20th from 10:00 am -12:00 pm. Cost is $55.00.

Sign-up sheets for this class are located in the Glass Art Shop Book on the Credenza in the Clubhouse. You must be a member to participate in a class. Fees must be paid one week before the class begins.

Mosaic Glass Class: November 6th, 13th, and 20th from 6:00-8:00 pm. Cost is $10.00.

Sign-up sheets for this class are located in the Glass Art Shop Book on the Credenza in the Clubhouse. You must be a member to participate in a class. Fees must be paid one week before the class begins.

Glass Art Shop membership fees are $40.00 for the first year and $15.00 a year for renewal

Save the Date!
Tuesday, Dec. 3rd
1:00 pm
Main Hall in Clubhouse
New Resident Ice Cream Social
Create your own ice cream sundae, meet your new neighbors and learn about various activities and committees in Tanglewood.

It’s November and Diversions Committee is still going strong. Here’s a quick look ahead:

November 1 and 2 – Comedy Tonight!
Two nights of home-grown funny stuff delivered (and sometimes written) by our own talented residents. These shows are FREE as always. We cover our expenses by 50/50’s, raffles, and the ever-present donation jars.

Come relive some classic sketches from the Carol Burnett show, and Lucy’s famous “Vitameatavegamin” skit. You’ll be rolling in the aisle. Doors open at 6:15, the curtains part at 7:00. Don’t miss it.

November 9
The annual Craft and Hobby Fair returns with 88 tables full of woodwork, fabric crafts, knit and crochet, fine art, lawn sculpture, and baked goodies. There will be something for everyone. No admission charge.

The Glass Art Shop will be selling coffee and donuts early, and a Sub sandwich luncheon later. Doors open at 8:00. We do not open for sales on Friday night.

November 11
Sevens, the card/dice/poker chip game that is growing in popularity. Easy to play, and the cost is only $2 to buy in. Winners are paid in cash, and there will be a free ice cream bar after the game. Time:1:00 in the Community Room.

November 22 and 23
The world famous Garage Sale. Friday night sales are for residents ONLY, wear your badge. Saturday hours are 7 – 11 AM. Help is always needed to bring off this monumental event – see the sign-up sheet on the credenza. Most shifts are only 2 hours long.

And remember, Bean Bag Baseball is played every Wednesday evening except when there’s a HOA meeting. See the TWRT Sports news for details.


  • Tuesday, November 12, 2019
  • 5:30 pm
  • Sign up in book on Credenza
  • Bring a dish to share (12 Servings)
  • Bring your own table service
  • Coffee and Tea provided
  • All are Welcome!!

Another Christmas season is fast approaching, and we have so much to tell you about.

To help decorate Tanglewood, we will be offering our residents the opportunity to purchase an adapter plug for your yard light, and a string of white LED lights. (There will be 100 available). We will be selling these at Monday Coffee starting Monday, November 25th.

We will also be offering to our residents who need assistance, someone to come to your house and install them. (We will not be doing any installing until after the “Light Up Party” on November 29th) The cost is yet to be determined, as we are currently getting quotes.

We also will be decorating Tanglewood, and will be having the “Light Up Tanglewood Party” on November 29th in the Bash Area from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm. There will be Music and a 50/50. Of course at 8:00 pm, all of our Christmas lights, decorations and displays will be turned on at the same time.

Don’t forget to decorate your home! We are again having the Home Decorating Contest. Residents will be the judges again this year, and we will be giving you more information in the December Newsletter regarding this. Prizes will be awarded.

All of this happens because of the generosity of you, our residents, and the dedication of the ODDC Members. My thanks to all of you!

Tanglewood Shuffleboard has begun playing on the fall/winter schedule, beginning play at 10:00 am and finishing about 12:00 pm Monday through Friday and playing 3 games. We are not a league so you need only play on the days you wish. Everyone is always welcome to join us.

There is equipment in the shed near the courts for anyone to use at any time.

Bathroom Safety: Are You Taking the Necessary Precautions?
By: Ingra Gardner, MA
The bathroom is the most frequented room of the house. With this increased usage come increased risks. A report by the Consumer Product Safety Commission states that, in the United States, an average of 370 people across all age cohorts suffer from a bathtub or shower related injury daily. A study conducted by the National Institute of Aging (NIA) found that more than one in three seniors over the age of 65 fall annually, and an alarming 80% of these falls are in the bathroom. Slips, falls and hot-water burns account for the prime reasons for accidents in the bathroom, and the second leading cause of accidental death and disability.

All members of our families are at risk, however, people with limited mobility need to be extra cautious. Over 75% of slip and fall deaths happen to older adults over the age of 65.

The bathroom proves to be extremely dangerous for seniors if it is not modified. The increased need for bathroom safety measures is exacerbated by issues including polypharmacy, medication side effects, reduced physical ability, and decreased vision.

Knowing how to get in and out of tubs and showers properly and equipping homes with necessary safety precautions can reduce senior falls, keep them out of the emergency room, and possibly extend their life.

According to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1.6 million older adults seek emergency care each year for fall-related injuries, fractures or head trauma. In addition to potentially losing their independence, seniors 65 years old and up have a 25 percent chance of dying within six months to a year if they fall and break a hip.

One of the most effective ways to preserve balance is to stay active with an exercise regimen. Ask your doctor about exercises designed to improve balance, stability and overall mobility, such as moderate yoga or an evidence-based fall prevention program.

An additional preventative method recommended by physicians is installing assistive devices and equipment in the bathroom. For example, transfer benches, shower stools, flexible shower wands/ shower heads, and grab bars are relatively inexpensive tools which can increase overall safety.

Bathroom safety is important at any age. However, the need to be proactive increases with age. A candid discussion with your primary physician is a great avenue to learn more. Physicians may make referrals to Occupational Therapists, who can help develop individualized fall prevention strategies in the home.

To learn more about bathroom fall prevention strategies and tips, contact Ingra Gardner.

Ingra Gardner is the Executive Director of NU-HOPE Elder Care Services and can be contacted at (863) 382-2134 or

Will you be celebrating or have you celebrated your 50th wedding anniversary between March 1, 2019 and February 28, 2020?

If so, you are eligible to participate in Tanglewood’s annual 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, February 15th, 2020.Registration is easy! Just contact Billie or Tom McKeever (385-7316), tell them of your interest, and provide them with your anniversary date and contact information.

Tom will then call you to set up an interview that lasts about 45 minutes, and provides the background for your introduction at the dinner.

You will be the guests of the Anniversary Committee for dinner, and will receive a commemorative cake and several other memories of the occasion.

The highlight of the evening will be a renewal of your wedding vows with about 250 witnesses!

Register now! We’d love to have you take part in this program that has recognized over 200 couples throughout the past years.

Saturday November 16th, 7 pm—10 pm.

Their Rockadelic music will take us back to the 60’s. This Baby Boomer Dream Band covers hits from the British invasion with the sounds of the Beatles, Rolling Stones, and the Animals to lighter pop music from the Beach Boys, Monkees and the Young Rascals.

They do the mind-blowing psychedelic rock of Jimmy Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jefferson Airplane. They also hit on the groovin’ dance sounds of Motown, featuring Dianne Ross, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson and the Miracles.

Tickets are $15 and are being pre-sold at Monday Coffees and from Billie’s office until sold out.

Doors open at 6 PM with dance from 7-10 PM

Our NYE Gala is Tuesday, December 31, 2019 from 8 pm-12:30 am. GEORGE DURHAM and CO. is our entertainment.

Table sign-up sheets will be available on the credenza after Thanksgiving. December 9th following Monday Coffee will be first day to buy tickets. They will also be offered December 9th 2-4 PM. Monday December 16th and 23rd tickets will be available after Coffee.

More information to follow in this newsletter and at Monday Morning Coffee.

Come join your friends and neighbors, roll the dice, and play BUNCO in the clubhouse. Play is just $5.00 per person.

Our bunco this month will be on Thursday, November 7th and 21st. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and play begins at 6:30. “Badges Required”!

If you have any questions, please contact Ellie Brooks, 863-885-1347.

Make your lady HAPPY! Build confidence, reduce stress, improve physical well being, improve brain function and HAVE FUN!

The class size is limited to the first 10 men that sign up and pay $5.00 (The money defrays my cost for supplies).

Beginning December 3, 2019 thru December 17th on Tuesday and Thursday afternoon at 2:00 pm in the Billiard Room (Next to Fitness Center).

Dress Code Comfortable shoes (NO SNEAKERS), Long trousers, Any shirt.

More info? Give me a call, Ron Barnett, 772-214-2919. Leave a message please.

Hometown America Sales Office

  • Hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Saturday 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Sunday 11 AM – 4 PM
  • Sales Agents: Jay Etherton, Phone: 502-759-6568, Robin Etherton, Phone: 502-262-8117

Hometown America Information

  • Activities Office: Recreation Hall, Phone: (863) 402-0763.
  • Activities Director: Billie Pimentel Lopez, Email:
  • Office Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (Closed 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM for lunch), Saturday and Sunday Closed

AFTER HOURS: Emergency number for electrical or broken sprinkler in RV Park or on common grounds ONLY:
(863) 253-1530 or (863) 253-1380, Sun ’n Lake Security (863) 235-1758.

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