PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SPEED LIMIT IN THE PARK IS 10 MPH. WE HAVE MANY RESIDENTS WALKING, BIKING AND RIDING GOLF CARTS.
ALSO, PLEASE WEAR LIGHT COLORED CLOTHES AND/OR CARRY A FLASHLIGHT. IT IS VERY HARD TO SEE PEOPLE WALKING.







“Everyone should be able to do one card trick, tell two jokes, and recite three poems, in case they are ever trapped in an elevator.” -

Lemony Snicket, Horseradish










Clubhouse is open again. Watch the calendar to find all the activities going on in the park. KEEP WATCHING THIS PAGE


Residents Meeting -Sept 4, 2021-

President Dave called the meeting to order at 9:03 AM with approximately 50 residents in attendance. Dave opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and then he introduced the Board Members. Treasurer Denise and Board Member Pat were not in attendance. There were several new residents in attendance - Donna and Vince Trizinno in Lot 95, Beth and Paul Howell in Lot 117 and Barb Winget in Lot 61. The minutes of the August meeting were approved by Betty Zaslawsky with a second by Rich Nienkark. The Treasurer's Report was approved by Coralee Dike with a second by Rich Nienkark.
On Wednesday, September 15th It's "Seoul" Good Food Truck will be in the park at 4:30 PM.
VP Sandy reminded us of the September 25th Hawaiian Potluck. The Park will provide pulled pork and the residents should bring a dish to share and, as usual, BYOB. We will have Hawaiian Dancers and their act will include fire and knives. Sounds like an evening not to be missed!
September 7th will be the ladies in park soup, salad, and dessert luncheon with a 50/50 drawing. On September 21st the ladies out of park luncheon will be at Serrano's on Power Road. Please sign up for these events. On Friday, September 24th we will have Scott Hallock entertaining from 6-8 PM at our Happy Hour.
On Thursday, October 7th the Food Truck Paddy Wagon will be in the park at 4:30 PM. On Saturday, October 16th at 4:30 PM we will have our annual Oktoberfest Potluck with brats and beer. On Wednesday, October 20th The Brown Bear Food Truck will be in the park at 4:30 PM.
On October 8th to celebrate one of Mike Kereluk 's milestone birthdays, Mike and Sandy are treating us to an evening of music and pizza. The music will be provided by the Country Soul Band.
Carol Rysavy said the refurbished library is up and running and she will take any and all books that you may have and current magazines, too. She has boxes of books ready for our book sale. Tom Dike collected $60 for cans last month.
Our Halloween Party will be on October 31st. Denise and Steve Haws are chairing this event. They will need volunteers to help so please contact them if you can help.
Our New Year's Bash will be on December 31st with wonderful DJ Alberto here once again. We need a committee and lots of donations such as Gift Cards, bottles of Wine and Liquor and any other fun stuff to give away.
For safety reasons, we have asked the office to have the front gates open from 6 AM to 6 PM.
Elaine Granata has once again come to our rescue. The Board voted to give our members birthday cards in their cubbies. Since the home delivery method has been discarded along with the balloons, Elaine has said she'd be happy to take care of the cards and deliver them to the cubbies. PLEASE, RESIDENTS, remember to check your cubbies in the club house at least once every few weeks.
Football viewing will begin in the club house on Sunday, September 12th. BYOB and snacks. Pizza may be ordered if enough are interested.
We are still planning on having our November Patio Sales at our individual homes, with a book sale, bake sale, and a White Elephant Sale in the club house if residents would rather get rid of their items that way. We will also have hamburgers and hot dogs and soda for sale. This is currently planned for Saturday, November 13 from 7 AM until Noon.
For the time being water volleyball is still from 10 AM until Noon. On Veteran's Day we will have our decorated golf cart parade at Noon and pizza later in the day.
New resident Vince Trizzino picked the 50/50 number and luckily it was one of his numbers! He won $58. #130 was the lot drawing but they were not in attendance.
Larry Heming made a motion to adjourn with a second by Rich Nienkark.

Respectfully submitted,
Barb Nienkark, Secretary





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