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.
|Mondays||Bingo—Every Mon., Clubhouse. BADGES REQUIRED 6:30 pm|
|Tuesday, 3rd||New Resident Social – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Wednesday, 4th||Golf Meeting – 3:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Thursday, 5th||Bunco – Doors open 6:00 pm play begins 6:30 pm ID BADGE REQUIRED TO PLAY|
|Saturday, 7th||Petanque Tournament – 9:00 am, Petanque Courts|
|Saturday, 7th||Dance – DJ Party Rick, 7:00 pm Clubhouse|
|Sunday, 8th||Ditchfield’s Family Christmas, 7:00 pm Clubhouse|
|Monday, 9th||Sevens – 1:00 pm, Community Room|
|Tuesday, 10th||Second Tuesday Food Drive – Food pickup at end of driveway: 8:30 am|
|Tuesday, 10th||RV Club Meeting– 2:00 pm, Community Room|
|Tuesday, 10th||Potluck – 5:30 pm|
|Wednesday, 11th||Wednesday Afternoon Movie – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Wednesday, 11th||Golf Cart Parade – Line up at clubhouse by 6:00 pm|
|Friday, 13th||Whistlestop and Friends Christmas Party – 7:00 pm|
|Sunday, 15th||“Gifts for the King” – TCC Christmas Program, 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Monday, 16th||Art League Vase Painting Class – 2:00 pm, Craft Room|
|Tuesday, 17th||Street Dance – 2-5 pm|
|Wednesday, 18th||TMAC Meeting – 3:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Wednesday, 18th||HOA Meeting – 7:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Thursday, 19th||WOW Luncheon – Leave clubhouse at 12:30 pm for 1 PM lunch.|
|Thursday, 19th||Ladies Luncheon – 1:30 am Island View|
|Thursday, 19th||Bunco – Doors open 6:00 pm play begins 6:30 pm. ID BADGE REQUIRED TO PLAY|
|Friday, 20th||Pick up hams – 9:00 am until 12:00 pm|
|Friday, 20th||Let’s Talk Tanglewood – 2:00 pm, Clubhouse|
|Saturday, 21st||Country Breakfast, 8:00 am, Clubhouse|
|Wednesday, 25th||Christmas Potluck – 2:00 pm|
|Tuesday, 31st||New Years Eve Gala – 8:30 pm, Clubhouse|
For all Non-Emergency calls to the Highlands County Sheriff Department. Please call 863-402-7200.
FROM YOUR COMMUNITY MANAGER
Hello all!! What a great celebration we had at our first ever Veterans Day Breakfast. We would like to thank everyone involved that helped this event to be such a success.
We would like to mention and give a special thank you to the following: the Decorating Committee, the Dance Committee, the Special Events Committee, Breakfast Committee, Diversions Committee, Monday Coffee Committee, the Tech Committee, Broadway Lights, Whistlestop, Steve and Irene Sykes, Joyce Boivin, John Nelson, and Tom McKeever.
You each had a very important part that enhanced this event past our imagination.
Last, but not least, we would like to thank our resident Veterans for your service. It was an honor and blessing to be able to recognize you.
We will be closed on December 25th in observance of Christmas.
The staff of Tanglewood would like to wish all of our residents a very warm and heartfelt Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
TANGLEWOOD CHOIR AND CHURCH PRESENTS THE 13TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PROGRAM
- ”Gifts for the King”
- Sunday, December 15
- 7:00 pm in the Clubhouse
- Everyone Invited
BEAUTIFICATION RECOGNITION FOR DECEMBER 2019
The Beautification Recognition is at the home of Barbara Straight 3989 Rain Dance 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.
FROM THE ACTIVITIES OFFICE
CHRISTMAS HAMS – Sign up on the credenza for Christmas Hams for those who are participating in the Christmas potluck at the clubhouse on Christmas Day, December 25th, at 2:00 pm.
One ham will be provided per table with 12 people.
The last day to sign up will be Wednesday, December 18th. Hams will be distributed on Friday, December 20th, from 9:00 am until noon.
STREET DANCE – December 17th, 2-5 pm- Street Dance featuring Tanglewood’s own, Joyce Boivin.
Come out and drink, dance, and have a blast as we party our way through Tanglewood. Please remember to wear your ID Badge.
- First Stop – 4168 Smoke Signal
- Second Stop – The Activity Center
- Third Stop – Outback Picnic Area
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MOVIE
December 11th, 2019 at 2:00 pm, movie TBA.
We will also have popcorn and soda for those who wish to attend.
Please sign up on credenza if planning to attend.
LETS TALK TANGLEWOOD
Come on out to our “Let’s Talk Tanglewood” meeting on December 20th at 2:00 PM in the Clubhouse.
TANGLEWOOD ART LEAGUE NEWS
On December 16th Artist, Judy Nicewicz, will be joining the Tanglewood Art League in the Craft Room. Judy will hold a class from 2:00pm to 4:00pm. Those attending will be painting on a vase.
The cost of the class is $25.00 per person which includes the vase, paint and instruction.
Aside from Tanglewood Art League members, we are opening the class to Tanglewood residents.
The materials needed are a linear brush and a 3/4 & 1/2 flat brush. They need to be brushes that are used for glass painting. Judy does have some loaner brushes, if needed.
She will need a head count by December 8th so that she has time to get the necessary supplies, and to know how many people will need loaner brushes.
Checks are to be made out to “Judy Nicewicz”. There is a sign-up sheet in the Art League Book on the credenza. Please contact Judith Eckstein at 863 402-2048 prior to class for payment.
TAI CHI CLASSES
- Join us on Tuesdays and Fridays in the Clubhouse for Tai Chi.
- Beginners class is from 9:00-10:00 am, and advance class is from 10-11 am.
- Standing or seated. We will do energy movement, balance, and meditation.
- Cost is $3.00 per session.
- If you would like more information, you may contact Bill Garrison at 954-336-3831
SAVE THE DATE
- New York State Gathering
- Sunday, March 22, 2020
- Sign up on the credenza
RV CLUB ANNUAL FOOD DRIVE
The RV Club annual Christmas Food Drive needs you in order to help the Heartland Food Bank to supply a Christmas dinner to those Highland County families in need. Your assistance will be valuable and appreciated.
Members of the RV Club will be at Monday Coffee December 2 through December 9 to accept your donations to the Annual Christmas Food Drive.
You may make a donation in cash or a check payable to the Heartland Food Bank. The RV Club would like to have all donations by December 11th.
If you are unable to attend Coffee, or you are leaving for the holidays, please drop off your donation at the Activities Office or to Heather Paine, 2610 Lazy Days Lane.
December 16 is a very important date. Why? The RV Club cordially extends an invitation to all residents to be in attendance at Monday Coffee for the presentation of Tanglewood’s donations to the Heartland Food Bank on that morning.
Not everyone is as blessed as we are here in Tanglewood. Residents have always been generous with donations, and we trust this year will be no different.
One thing THAT is a bit different this year is the fact that everyone who donates at Monday Coffee will have a chance of enjoying one of six gift certificates to a local restaurant donated by Alan Holmes.
The drawing for the gift certificates will also take place on December 16th.
You do not have to be present to win.
DOG CLUB NEWS
From Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, the Tanglewood Dog Owners Guild [DOG] sponsors an Angel Tree for the Highlands County Humane Society.
We collect pet food, toys, treats, bedding, and cleaning supplies as well as cash donations. The tree is decorated with dog and cat cards provided by the Humane Society.
Each year we fill a large van with our donations.
The December Meeting of the Dog Club will be held on Tuesday, December 3rd, at 1:00 pm in the Community Room.All pet owners are welcome!.
NEW RESIDENT ICE CREAM SOCIAL
- Tuesday, December 3rd, 2:00 pm
- Main Hall in Clubhouse for the New Resident Ice Cream Social
- Create your own ice cream sundae, meet your new neighbors, and learn about various activities and committees in Tanglewood.
SIGN UP NOW FOR FEBRUARY’S 50TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION
Will you be celebrating, or have you celebrated your 50th wedding anniversary between March 1, 2019 and February 28, 2020?s
If so, you are eligible to participate in Tanglewood’s annual 50th Wedding Anniversary Celebration on Saturday, February 15th.
Registration is easy! Just contact Billie or Tom McKeever (385-7316), tell them of your interest, 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.
LIGHT UP YOUR YARD LIGHT
The Outdoor Decorating Committee is offering for you to purchase lights and an adapter for your yard light post.
The cost is $10.00, and we will have them available at Monday Coffee.
If there are people in the community that can not physically put them up, we will be happy to assist them by doing so.
THE TANGLEWOOD PHOTO CLUB
The Photo Club’s mission is to get out and use your camera. We invite all camera users to our monthly meeting (1 hour long).
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month in the Community Room at 2:00 pm.
If you are a user of a phone, tablet, point and shoot, or DSLR, our meetings are for everyone.
The club has monthly photo challenges, photo shoots, and photography lessons at most meetings. We are a branch of the Tanglewood Art League.
Contact Gale Tieder at 863-471-2062 for more information. Email email@example.com
Our next RV Club meeting will be held in the Community Room at the Club House at 2:00 PM Tuesday, December 10th.
The rest of the meetings will be held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 2:00 PM Jan. 14th, Feb.11th, March 10th and April 14th.
Our rally at Sanlan RV was a huge success. We had lots of games, a lunch at Fred’s and dinner at the town square with lots of food trucks. Thanks to Gary, Sharon, John and Sandy for hosting the rally.
On March 30th, 2020 to April 3 we are planning on going to Coastal Ga RV Resort in Brunswick, Ga. More rallies to come as we set them up.
Our Christmas Party December 10th at the Outback at 5:00 PM is always a huge success and the date of our Annual Picnic in the Pool area will be announced.
The Craft Fair was on Saturday, Nov. 9th. Members of the RV Club did an awesome job with Sate Baskets we sold at the Fair. We actually tripled the amount of money donated for the food drive. Our baked goods were also a success as usual. Support our 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 boarder States. For information you can contact me at 863-414-7756, Curt McMenamy.
CHRISTMAS TREE LANE SPONSORS
We would like to give a HUGE Thank You to all of our Christmas Tree Lane Sponsors for their generous donations.
LETS GET FESTIVE
Whistle Stop and Friends Christmas Party on Friday night December 13th from 7-10 pm featuring Raisin Cain.
Doors open at 5 pm for table selection and decorations. (Someone must stay with the table). Tickets can be purchased from Deb Gitro or Jan Peterson. Deb Gitro 2825 Whistle Stop 863-991-3993, Jan Peterson 2841 Whistle Stop 616-560-5800.
Come ride with us on Mondays and Thursdays. We meet at 9:00 am in the Petanque Parking Lot.
RED HOT BABES
Red Hot Babes meet the 1st Monday of every month at 11:00 am in the Craft Room.
TANGLEWOOD DANCE COMMITTEE NEWS
Saturday, December 7th features D.J. Party Dog Rick.
We are continuing our tradition of collecting new toys, $15 Walmart gift cards and/or cash to support the Child Advocacy Center of Highlands County. Our share of the 50/50 will be donated to this worthwhile cause. Thank you in advance for your generosity.
The Christmas Dance will be highlighted by AN UGLY CHRISTMAS SWEATER contest.
The judges will be the audience and your applause will determine the winners. The 3 prizes are 1st $100, 2nd $50, 3rd $25. Put your ugliest sweater together and come and have fun.
The doors open at 6:30 PM with the dance from 7-10 PM. Tickets are $5 with badge and non-residents are $6. Bring your own beverages and snacks.
TANGLEWOOD 2019 NEW YEARS EVE GALA
Our NYE Gala is Tuesday, December 31, 2019, from 8:00 pm-12:30 am. GEORGE DURHAM and CO. is our entertainment. Ticket cost is $10/person.
Table sign-up sheets will be available on the credenza the week of Thanksgiving.
December 9th following Monday Coffee will be first day to buy tickets in the Craft Room. They will also be offered December 9th 2-4 PM in the Craft Room.
Tickets will also be available Monday, December 16th after Coffee in the Craft Room and on December 23rd after Coffee in the Community Room.
TANGLEWOOD WELLNESS CLASSES
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.
Meditation, Thursday, 2:00 pm, Craft Room.
This is a guided meditation bringing relaxation & clarity. Fee is $3.00 per person.
Aqua Yoga, Friday, 10:00 am, Tanglewood Pool.
Bring 2 pool noodles, if you have them.
Aqua Yoga is a free class.
The regularly scheduled Sevens game will be played on Monday, Dec. 9th at 1:00.Come to the Community Room at 12:30 if you need a quick lesson.
Play starts at 1:00.Two Dollars will buy your bag of chips.Prizes paid out in cash, and as always, there will be ice cream after play is over.
Sevens is sponsored by the Diversions Committee, just for fun.
HEARTLAND SENIOR GAMES
The Heartland Senior Games are open to anyone aged 50 and older.
Once again, Tanglewood will be hosting three of the events, thanks to the support of Hometown America.
On January 31 and February 1 the 2020 Games will kick off here in Tanglewood when Tom Stadler will coordinate pickleball.
On February 4, Marjorie Nelson and Colleen Schenking will welcomeenthusiasts to Tanglewood. The Games will wrap up here on February 28 with Pat Reich hosting bridge players.
Other events include bowling, cycling, golf, mah jongg, shuffleboard, swimming, table, tennis, and track & field.
Registration forms should be available in early December and can be obtained by emailing Neil Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WOW will have their December 19th lunch at Chicanes Restaurant.
We leave clubhouse at 12:30 for 1 PM lunch.
Need a ride call Annette Di Mare 863-382-8769.
A THANK YOU
Thank you Tanglewood!!
You did it again!
You are AWESOME!!
Faith Lutheran Food Ministry
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION BOARD ELECTIONS
All residents who have paid the HOA dues by January 31, 2020 are encouraged to vote to fill three Director positions up for election to the Board.
One appointed person, plus two current board members will be up for election, as well as any new applicants for these positions.
Voting will take place on February 19, 2020 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the clubhouse. Only paid members may attend to vote for director candidates, casting one vote per residence.
HOA 2020 paid dues members interested in being placed on the ballot for the positions up for election may pick up a nomination application form starting with the November 20th Meeting, and each monthly meeting thereafter. The nomination forms will be available on the form display near the clubhouse office, or from the Secretary.
The HOA Board of Directors
GOLF CART XMAS PARADE & WHITE ELEPHANT– December 11, 2019 – 6:00 pm
Want to be in the parade? Terrific!! Decorate your golf cart for Xmas! Be as crazy and creative as you wish…or just easy and simple…but do it and join us! It’s totally crazy fun. Wear your ugly Xmas sweaters!! Sign up on the credenza (so we know how much food to prepare!)
IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE PARADE:
CHARGE UP YOUR CARTS! Bring a flashlight, noisemakers, and joy!
On the evening of December 11, come to the clubhouse from 5:15-6:00. There will be ONE parade this year.
Pull into the Parkway entrance. (Other entrances will be blocked).
Pull up to SANTA in his RED pick up truck in the cutout area near the putting green.
Turn over your WRAPPED White Elephant gift to Santa and collect a white ticket. Don’t put your name on your gift. It’s a surprise. BRING ONE GIFT, GET ONE GIFT.
Drivers also collect your door prize ticket at the same time at this location. Important: If you don’t want to participate in the White Elephant, drivers STILL need to report to Santa for a door prize ticket. This is the ONLY place to get your door prize ticket.
Get into the parade lineup. If you want to parade with friends, line up behind each other. This is party time, take pictures and enjoy seeing all the decorated golf carts.
Parade departs at 6:00 pm from the clubhouse, starts in Wildflower and will proceed counterclockwise around the park.
*RULES: NO PASSING. NO RACING. NO SPEEDING – GO SLOWLY. STAY ON COURSE.
The route is displayed in the lobby for all to see. The only streets NOT on the route are: part of Safari Hunt; part of Running Deer; and part of Shadow Ridge Drive. Check the map.
After the parade, come into the clubhouse for our wild gift exchange game and refreshments courtesy of HTA . This is an annual event and always a lot of fun. Don’t miss it.
IF YOU WANT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE WHITE ELEPHANT EXCHANGE BUT NOT BE IN THE PARADE:
- Bring your gift before the parade.
- Drop it off to Santa at the red truck next to the putting green.
- Watch the parade from wherever you like.
- We will depart at 6:00 from the clubhouse.
- We will start in Wildflower and proceed counter-clockwise around the park.
- Then, come back to the clubhouse to participate in the gift exchange, have some hot chocolate and a donut, and a lot of fun.
IF YOU WANT TO WATCH THE PARADE AND NOT DO THE WHITE ELEPHANT:
- We will depart at 6:00 from the clubhouse.
- Come to the clubhouse after the parade.
- Enjoy some hot chocolate and snacks with us, and join the frivolity.
See you there!!
ANNUAL HEALTH FAIR
- Mark your calendars for the annual Tanglewood Health Fair.
- Date is Wednesday, January 8th. Time is 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
- There will be approximately 90 health-related vendors. Many free screenings and free door prizes.
- Refreshments will be available for a donation.
- Once again AdventHealth will be doing total cholesterol lipid profiles for $10.00.
- Come see what Sebring and the neighboring communities have to offer in the way of healthcare.
The Second Tuesday Food Drive WILL be making a collection on December 10th.
Our donations will go to Hands for the Homeless food mission in Avon Park.This group serves the poorest of the poor in Avon Park.
Special needs this month are foods in pop-top cans for the homeless, canned fruit and vegetables and protein-rich meals (tuna, salmon, chicken, chili, Spam), healthy cereals, pastas, and the like.
Hygiene supplies are also needed, like hand soap, shampoo, toothpaste and toothbrushes, disposable razors, etc.
November’s collection was wonderful, and we thank each one of you.
Place your donations at the foot of your driveway by 8:30 on Tuesday, December 10, and it will be collected.
Outback residents:You can either put your sack under the mailbox bank or bring it up to Billie’s office at any time.
God Bless, and may you never go hungry.
Diversions’ Theatre On A Dime will be holding auditions and an informational meeting about our next show.
Please come to the Clubhouse between 2 pm and 4 pm on Friday, January 3rd.If you would like to participate but cannot attend the meeting and auditions, please sign up on the credenza and/or contact Betsey Ellis (863 658 2330).
No memorization required for those on stage.Rehearsals will take place in January and February (we work around actors’ schedules as far as possible).
We also need plenty of help behind the scenes, and working on the day of the show.So save the date, Saturday, March 7th.
SPANISH FOR FUN CLASSES RETURN
Want to learn Spanish, while laughing all the way? Want to spend time with friends and neighbors, learning something new, making memories, and taking imaginary trips to Spanish speaking places?
You’re in luck because Lourdes Crapo will have you learn Spanish, while laughing and having a good old time with Spanish for Fun Friday’s 2-3 pm in the Mirror Room beginning December 6th.
JANUARY PETANQUE TOURNAMENT
The January Tournament information is as follows:
- Date : January 4, 2020
- Time: 9:00 AM
- Place: Petanque Courts
- Sign-up: December 23rd and 30th at Monday Morning Coffee or before regular play at the courts.
- Sign-up fee $5.00 per person.
THE DITCHFIELD’S FAMILY CHRISTMAS
The Ditchfield family has been entertaining Florida audiences for over a decade.
Ditchfields are well known all across Florida, and have performed in various venues around the County.In fact, they have made two previous appearances on the Tanglewood stage.
They are best known for their annual Christmas performance.They sell out several nights during the Holiday season at the Sarasota Opera House every year.
They will be here on Sunday, December 8th, at 7:00 PM to kick start our Yuletide spirit.Tickets are $15, but season tickets continue to be a great buy at $80 for residents and $90 for non-residents.
The doors will open at 6:15 PM, and a complete snack bar will be available.
SINGLES DECEMBER SCHEDULE
- Tue, 3rd 9:00 am Broken Egg (Breakfast)
- Wed, 11th 12:30 pm. Qtrly Meeting/Salad Bar Luncheon (Gerry’s)
- Sun, 15th 1-4:00 pm Christmas Party/Games
- Mon 23rd 5:00 pm Red Lobster (Birthday Dinner)
- Wed, 25th 1:00 pm Christmas Dinner @ Alvina’s
Singles alone for Christmas join us for dinner: Call: Gerry Dewing 385-4605)
LOOP BLANKET FINGER KNITTING CLASS
We will be offering a 2-part finger knitting class in the Mirror Room.
The first class will be December 5th 1-4.
The finishing class will be December 13th 1-3.
Sign up is on a first come first pay basis and is limited to 10 people. The cost of the class is $15.00 and includes both sessions.
You can purchase your loop yarn at Walmart or Michaels. The yarn will need to be 6 skeins.
If you have further questions, please contact Valerie Blake at 702-219-5884.
SIT AND GET FIT
Sit and Get Fit classes on Wednesday and Saturday at 9:00 am in the Clubhouse.
All are welcome. You will like it!
DECEMBER LADIES LUNCHEON
- Place: Island View Restaurant
- Date: December 19th
- Arrive around 11:00 am, and lunch will be served starting at 11:30
- Cost is $16.00 which includes tax, tip, and dessert
- There will be a $15.00 gift exchange if you wish to participate.
Select one of the entrees below. Sign up on the credenza, and pay Billie. At the Activities Office:
- Chicken Salad Croissant—Chicken Salad with Red Flame Grapes served with Romaine Lettuce and Sliced Vine Ripe Tomato, and a Fresh Fruit Salad.
- Tilapia Filet Florentine– Seared Tilapia topped with Sautéed Baby Spinach and Lemon Dill Butter Sauce served with Caribbean Yellow Rice.
- 3.Broccoli and Cheddar Cheese Quiche—Fresh Broccoli and Aged Cheddar cheese quiche served with Fresh Fruit Salad.
- Coffee, tea, and water included.
We will have our gift exchange following lunch.
Tuesday, December 17th, is the last day to sign up.
MEN ONLY DANCE LESSONS
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).
Lessons Begin 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.
TGA TANGLEWOOD GOLF ASSOCIATION NEWS
The TGA season is in full swing and the next membership meeting is at 3 pm on December 4 in the Bingo area.
We will begin collecting 2020 dues prior to the meeting.
Following the meeting, members may sign up for the December 11 Charity Tournament (all donations benefit the Peace River Women’s Shelter), and the Welcome Back Bash (free for members and $5 for guests).
Additional sign up dates are December 2 and 7. TGA Ladies will hold a 2 of 4 Best Ball tournament on December 17 with sign up dates of December 4, 9 and 14.
Our Match Play Tournaments start January 13 and sign up dates are December 14, 16 & 23 and January 4.
Tanglewood Golf Association is made up of residents who enjoy a game of golf. Membership of $40.00 ensures HDCP records with the GHIN system, golfing 6 days a week at wonderful courses within Sebring and Avon Park: Highlands Ridge North, Sun N Lake, Pinecrest, and River Green.
Membership allows you to play in all tournaments, Match Play, Club Championship, and attend special functions such as a Bash and Closing Golf Banquet. Play Monday through Friday, sign up books in Golf Central.
Couples play every Saturday in the afternoon, and enjoy friendship following golf. TGA welcomes golfers of all abilities.
Contact Membership and HDCP Director, Jeanine Telfer, at 863-314-0313 or Director of Golf, Joe Bowditch, at 847-736-2252.
ATTENTION: SNOWBIRDS: Please pick up your 2019 updated pictorial directory from Diane Lowry at 863-382-6170.
Good News: You only get your picture taken receive free future updates over the next 4 years.
ATTENTION: New photography December 10th, 11th, and the 20th for all new residents and any resident not in the current directory. We still have openings for December 20th. Call Diane Lowry immediately at 863-382-6170.
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 receive a new, updated one.
When purchasing pictures, all seniors receive a 20% discount plus $10 off. You will receive an additional $5 off coupon, as a thank you from LifeTouch if you donate can good(s) or money to feeding the homeless here locally.
- Just a reminder about Bunco in the Clubhouse on Thursday, Dec. 5TH AND 19TH.
- Doors open at 6:00 – play starts promptly at 6:30.
- Cost is $5.00 to play.
- Don’t forget your badge!