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- Thanks to Marion Getzes for working to get a
facelift for our Lynnhaven Pool. Hopefully,
repairs, improvements, and updates to the pool area and structures will be
finished by the end of October to look new again. Thank you, Marion.
- During these Dog Days of Summer, many of us opt to head for air
conditioned places. Here is some good advice when shopping.
getting paid to shop and dine at cool places and then review them? And who
doesn't want some extra cash in their pocket? But... while some mystery shopping
opportunities are legitimate,
are scams that rob you, not pay you.
- Items available for sale have been
updated. Check out the items that are free, as well.
Friday, August 23rd.
Bocce Golf is a fun game
(putters & golf balls on a bocce court),
with a Pizza Party that evening, when the winners will be announced and cash
Complete the Sign Up Form, make out
your check, then send or deliver them to the Helwig's.
You can sign up starting
Friday, July 26th.
Bocce Golf & Potluck Dinner
in August has been changed to the
Bocce Golf & Pizza Party so no one
has to cook. It will be
Marion & Irv Getzes are involved in
in Heavenly Peace, an organization that
makes beds for
children who don't have any. There is a woman here in The Villages who
is making afghans for the organization and children. Marion & Irv are
collecting worsted #4 yarn donations for her.
Have any you can spare?
Andrea Wanty needs some
for an audiologist, as well as the least expensive hearing aids.
Rosemary Finnerty is in Gainesville
needs our prayers.
The Segnatellis have friends who need a
rental in 2020,
April 19th through May 3rd.
Florida's Chief Operating Officer Jimmy Petronis urges
hurricane preparedness, including
is here. The FTC
asks if you are ready and provides tips for dealing with weather
In case of a
coming our way, AARP suggests you
get a "go bag" ready
should you need to evacuate. But, keep in mind that our homes were build
post hurricane Andrew and are built to withstand winds of 110 mph, so our
homes are pretty safe. Should a hurricane approach central Florida, do get
supplies early to hold you over should you lose power or not be able
to venture out. Water, batteries, etc. empty out of the stores very
And don't forget about your pets. The ASPCA provides
disaster preparedness steps and tips. I've also included a list of
shelters in Lake, Sumter & Marion Counties. Pack a "go bag" for your
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