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Have a Safe & Happy Veteran's Day... and see the improvements made to the Lynnhaven Pool.
 

  • The annual Lynnhaven-wide Garage Sale is THIS Saturday, November 9th, 8:00 a.m.—12 noon. Balloons will mark the streets that have participating residents.
     
  • Marion gives us the latest update on the pool renovations. Lynnhaven Pool is reopening THIS Monday, November 11th... Happy Veteran's Day! The mail station will be repainted in about two weeks, as well.
     
  • Belk's Charity Sale is THIS Saturday, November 9th. Hope you got your $5 off coupon, which benefits the Lynnhaven Ladies' charities.
     
  • The speaker for The Landscape Garden Club on Monday, November 18th, is Candy Dennis of Community Standards, talking about the importance of the Architectural Committee to our quality of life.
     
  • New Vision for Independence, the sole provider of support services for people with low vision or blindness here in The Villages, has updated its website. The website provides some facts about vision loss, announce the finalists for its Axy Awards (for the most blind-friendly businesses) and allows you to vote, and invites you to attend the Awards luncheon to celebrate the winners on Thursday, December 5th.
     
    You can buy your tickets (or table if coming as a group) online. Purchase your tickets by November 28th. They'll also be having a drawing for Louis's Loot (a display made entirely of $200 worth of scratch-off tickets)... ALL to raise money to support New Vision’s vital services for those with low vision or blindness in Lake and Sumter Counties... or just make a donation.

Lynnhaven Ladies

  • We'll have Mistletoe To Go entertaining us THIS Thursday, November 14th, helping to get us into the holiday spirit. Bring a sack lunch and November's volunteers will be providing dessert.
     
    This will be the last time we will be collecting for the Wildwood Food Pantry and Operation Shoebox this year, so lets be extra generous.
    And don't forget any empty prescription bottles and cleaned mascara brushes that you've been saving. See you then....

  • Reservations for our annual Christmas/Holiday Luncheon at Savannah Center on Thursday, December 12th, are currently being taken. The cost is $18 per member and $20 per guest. Sign up with Kathy Warner, 2425 Wilson Way, 751-5654.
     
  • Marion Getzes is accepting membership checks for 2020. You can drop off or mail your check to her home at 726 Bellerose Trail.

Lynnhaven Neighbors

  • Don't be left at the gate... hurry and sign up for November's fun night, the Horse Races, KFC & Potluck. HURRY! The DEADLINE is THIS Monday, November 11th. The event is also open to your Guests. The club will provide the chicken and members will contribute the sides, salads & desserts. We'll be back at Churchill Street on Friday, November 15th. When signing up, specify original or grilled chicken, white meat or dark.
     
  • Sign-up for the annual Christmas/Holiday Party at Laurel Manor is currently going on. Clark Barrios & France Neil will provide the entertainment, and a special menu will be prepared by La Hacienda so you know it will be good and you won't go home hungry. The event is Sunday, December 8th. The cost is $26 per member and you can sign up with Stu & Mary Kay Willa, 2447 Cherokee Court, 751-7099.
     
  • Read what those who responded to the survey for October's event had to say. October's event was The Ridiculous Comedy & Magic Show of Todd Bogue.
     
  • Barb Hartmann is accepting membership checks for 2020. You can drop off or mail your check to her home at 2410 Wilson Way.

Ladies Book Club

  • For December, we'll have three local authors speaking at our meeting, with three who have won the Florida Writer's Association's 2019 Royal Palms Literary Awards. Congratulations to our local writers!. Afterward, we'll head for Nancy Lopez for our annual Christmas/Holiday luncheon & Secret Santa. Peg finally received the Nancy Lopez menu and prices.
     
  • If you  didn't sign up for the luncheon at Thursday's meeting, please email Peg (click on link for email address) ASAP, no later than Thursday, November 28th.
     
  • More discussion leaders have stepped up for the books we'll be reading in 2020. Only 3 books and months remain. Please pick a book and month and let Peg know which you'd like. Thank you.

  • The Fuhrmans are selling an American Fostoria Crystal Punch Bowl Set.
     
  • The Oprisus hosted a neighborhood get-together in their driveway.
     
  • The Conners hosted their 10th annual Trick or Drink Halloween party.

  • Have fun playing golf, Dad! Our youngest daughter sent this to my husband.

  • Do you or someone you know need assistance? Sarah Le Beau has openings in her schedule.
     
  • The good friends of Ann Lewe joined her in celebrating Fall, as well as Ray Gensinger's birthday.
     
  • Lois Ringland needs some recommendations for house cleaning. Can you help?
     
  • Marie Brady is looking for someone to drive her places. Can you help her?

  • Family or friends coming into town over the Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday? You can rent a house for them to stay in.
     
  • Marion Getzes reminds us that the holiday season is approaching and Sleep in Heavenly Peace, a nonprofit that provides beds and bedding for children who have no beds and must sleep on the floor, needs Beds-in-A-Bag. So far, the charity has 110 beds ordered by families in need. Marion can assist us in ordering these bedding sets to help fill that need.
     

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