|Mary Brewer, Editor
|Today is the tomorrow
you worried about yesterday
|Vol. XIII, No. 13||King's Gate Club - a 55+ community, Nokomis, Florida||April 8, 2000|
COMING EVENTS: Friday, 7th, Pancake Breakfast
SOLO CLUB DINNER: Meet and eat at MAD SAM'S Grill and Bar, 1375 Beach Rd., Englewood, April 27th at 5:30. Many have asked for a new look. Here it is, new atmosphere, you will like it. Please sign up at the Clubhouse. If you have questions or need a ride, call me, Dick Bartlett, 485-1039. Be sure to wear your nametags.
S.R.O.P.: Don and Lorraine Moriarty were invited by Sarasota County Sheriff Jeff Monge to represent the King's Gate Club at the 20th Anniversary celebration of the School Resource Officer Program, which originated under Captain Bill Balkwill here in Sarasota County and, through his efforts, has now spread across the country to over 500 other corporations. Mention was made of the many times our club had helped the Sheriff's Department with the Dare Program, the Scared Stiff Program and the Bike training in our park. We were asked to thank Club members for their support and help over the years.
CRAFTS: The quilt was won by Toni Swain, 121Camelot Drive. Thanks to Janet Morrell and Emily Keele for working on this beautiful quilt.
DINNER RAFFLE: A special thanks to the sellers of this year's raffle tickets: Pat Hess, Rae Burmaster, Mary Jane Rodecki, Esther Perry, Joan Potts, Edith Shuck, Ann Kellum, Carol Veverka, Marcia Nolin, Dick Bartlett, Phyllis McMullen, Eleanor Watkins, Mickey Fournier, Jane Haggerty, Lois Gaines, Barbara Tompkins, Frances Albright, Sandy McIntyre, Bob Van De Steene, Doris King, Aggie Flanagan, Joe Spears, Arlene Herbert, Barbara Kane, Jean Ouellette, Alice Hildreth, Frank Sapareto, Blanche Madden, Helen Scott, and Liz Lewis. Also, a special thanks to Jean Ouellette who helped me get started. And these are the WINNERS:
Congratulations to the winners, and thanks for all who participated. -Arlene Hyde.
APRIL IN PARIS DANCE: Nearly 200 attended our Spring Dance last Saturday evening. The Kings Gate Duo, Barbara Cozad and Mert Koch provided dance and listening music. As always, there were a beautiful variety of finger foods. A Viennese Waltz and Can Can Dancers contributed to the entertainment. A big thank you goes to the committee: Harley and Reo Leach, Wayne and Judy Crippen, Arnold and Janet Baldwin, George and Patty Ray, Wayne and Lucille Anderson, Chuck and Barbara Cozad, and Jay and Doris Dupler. (Another evening to put in our record of pleasant memories - thanks to all!)
TENNIS: The Tennis Club will meet at 1:00 in the Billiards Room on Monday, the 17th, to review the season now drawing to a close and to discuss other activities as necessary. All interested residents are invited. ---Jack Scott
DEFIBRILLATOR DEMO: When? Today after RT meeting. Where? Clubhouse. Who? Shawn Davidson, representative of Heartstream. Sponsor? The Wellness Group. Why? Be informed - see how this medical device can save a life in seconds!
KINGS GATE VOLUNTEERS: What keeps the Kings Gate Round Table activities special? Great Chairpersons! These people have volunteered
Thank you all for your willingness to create enjoyment for all of us. We really appreciate you! ---RT Chairperson.
(P.S. Still looking for March Pot Luck - Talent Show chairpersons!)
RECIPE: Here is a recipe scoop from the W.G.'s (Wellness Group):
"LOFAT PEP" DRINK
Put in blender and blend until smooth.
Calories, 200, total fat 1.3g, Sat fat .4g, cholesterol, 414mg, sodium 132mg. Calories from fats, 5%.
KGC TRAVEL: The Broadway production of "BEAUTY & the BEAST" has been booked for a performance at 1 pm matinee, January 25th, 2001, at Barbara Mann Theater in Ft. Myers. The cost is $92 per person for the bus, meal and show. Two buses, a total of 88 tickets have been requested, however, travel must pay for the tickets when contracted. Travel does not have the funds to prepay for this many tickets. So, we have until June 2000 to sell one bus, 44 tickets, so that we may pay for the remaining bus. If we do not sell 44 before June 1 then we will just have the one bus or a total of 44. So, before you go north, make your reservations by check for $92 pp to KGC Travel. Thank you. -Nip.
THOUGHTS: As we start to wind down our winter season, let us take a few moments to reflect on how fortunate we all are to be a part of the Kings Gate community. Our "little bit of Paradise" is truly great! ---SJB.
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