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Website Updates (this week):
The annual Lynnhaven
Neighborhood Garage Sale will be
early November, so start going through your stuff and cleaning out things you no
longer want or use.
Hartung's Estate Sale has been
postponed until October 4th & 5th... NOT this week.
The Vroomans have two small, older dogs and need
someone to come watch them.
Can you help?
Karen Weeks wrote an article about
Caring for Loved Ones with
Alzheimer's, what to expect and how to pay.
With hurricane Florence hitting the Carolinas, many of us want to help. The FTC
provides information to help us give wisely. There is a video about recognizing
Charity Scams After a Disaster and tips for Verifying a Hurricane Relief
our new Social Security cards being issued,
Medicare warns us to
watch out for scams. Scam artists may try to get personal information (like
your current Medicare Number) by contacting you about your new card. The FTC
also warns that they've received reports about official-sounding scammers saying
number has been suspended. It's a
THIS Friday, September 21st,
with the ever-popular All American Picnic prepared by La Hacienda for dinner.
HURRY! DEADLINE is THIS Sunday, September 16th.
Sign up with Ann Lewe at 2383 Wilson Way. Make check payable to Lynnhaven
up for the club's
9-hole Scramble &
Hoagie Party on
Friday, September 28th, at the
Oakleigh executive course
(Amberwood still too wet) and the Chatham
HURRY! DEADLINE is
THIS Friday, September 21st.
This is the last golf outing of the year. Complete the
(golfers & non-golfing spouse or guest)
and submit your check payable to Lynnhaven Neighbors to Bill & Sharon Brough at 2304 Lamar Lane.
Golfers, don't forget to include
Villages ID numbers.
for Vegas Night on
19th, at the Wildwood Community
Center is underway.
Events in 2018 has
been updated with Horse Races in November.
Monday, October 1st,
Barb Hartmann at 2410 Wilson Way will be accepting
You must pay with a check
made out to Lynnhaven Neighbors; include your name
(as you want
it to appear on your name badge),
address, phone numbers and email addresses.
For more information about
Ladies Book Club
later than Friday, September 28th.
If you haven't sent Peg a list of
your favorite books,
please send her yours today. She's been working on it and will release it
A member shared some
website links for readers with
and Peg added some of her own and shared them. Check them out.
For more information
about the Lynnhaven Ladies Book Club....
October, the awesome Clark Barrios
will be singing all our favorite songs. We wrote them down at September's
luncheon social and Kathy will be passing them along to him so he can
customize his show just for us. We recommend that you arrive early to be
assured a seat since more of our seasonal residents will be back.
The annual Fall bus trip
will be to
the International Plaza & Bay Street mall or Historic Ybor City
(pick which you want and write it on your check).
If you didn't sign up at September's luncheon social, you can drop off your
check and contact information at Kathy Warner's at 2425 Wilson Way. She has
a box on her front porch if she's not home.
Lynnhaven Ladies dues
to Marion Getzes. Send your check
made out to Lynnhaven Ladies to her and include your name
(as you want it to appear on your name badge),
home phone #, cell phone #, email address, home state, full or part-time
resident; and if you were a previous member, but not this current year, the last year
that you were a member. Marion is also accepting
dues for 2019,
but checks already received won't be processed until Monday, October 1st.
For more information about
The FTC warns again on how to avoid
hurricane relief charity fraud.
The news is been overflowing with natural disasters and weather emergencies,
scammers are quick to exploit these tragedies, appealing
to our generosity.
The FTC urges us to be cautious of potential
charity scams and provides
tips and tools so we can donate wisely so our donation will go to a
reputable organization that will use the money as promised.
Ralph Helwig found an
Apple watch and
still, no one has claimed it!
Please spread the word to friends and neighbors, especially if they had
Ralph Helwig is selling
an under-sink eSpring®
for a discounted price to Villages residents.
Marion Getzes is taking orders for Mah Jongg
cards for 2019. Proceeds
benefit the Sisterhood and Cornerstone Hospice. The cards should arrive at your
home about two weeks before they are available in stores.
Florida's Consumer eNewsletter
available. Topics include the resources available consumers, product
packaging and standards, and signs of a student loan scam, as well as Florida's
- Z Resource Guide,
and food and consumer recalls.
Experience a sampling of Tavares’s finest beers — without your eyes! This
fundraising event benefits New Vision for
Independence, our local blind-services agency. For the
for Sight Blind Beer Tasting fundraiser, you’ll wear a blindfold and taste a
flight of beers from Bru Tap House
Wednesday, October 10th.
The AARP Fraud Watch Network lets us know about a new law that will go into
Friday, September 21st,
so you will be able to
freeze and unfreeze
your credit reports for free — no Equifax, Experian or Transunion fees.
Freezing your credit reports deters scammers from opening accounts in
your name in the future, but it doesn’t stop thieves from getting into your
current financial accounts.
Lions Club of Mt. Dora
invites you to their September meeting.
Jessica Ramirez has volunteered with
Addiction Resource and shared a link to the
dangers of addiction among the elderly. She also passed along an article
tobacco use among seniors that she thought might be useful.
- Sara Gillberg, an Awareness Advocate from
provided a link to their website,
an educational resource to hosts helpful articles, blog posts, and
resource pages to increase understanding and awareness of alcohol and drug
All charity scams are deplorable, but those
raise funds for our nation’s veterans are particularly shameful. The
AARP Fraud Watch Network lets us know how these charities sucker you in and
tips should you be contacted.
Submissions & Posting Requests Deadline
Please note that the website/newsletter is
published on Friday
If you'd like
something published on the website, you
must have it to me
no later than Wednesday.
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