|Mary Brewer, Editor
|If you want to make sure people believe what you say, whisper it to them.|
|Vol. XIII, No. 17||King's Gate Club - a 55+ community, Nokomis, Florida||May 6, 2000|
Ken Rezin (245 Avenue of Barons) had a slight stroke just before Easter. He was taken to the hospital in Wisconsin but was only kept overnight. He went out to Easter dinner with friends but he is not allowed to drive at the present time. Cards may be sent to Ken Rezin, 5101 Highway 54 W., Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495. Phone: 715-887-4051. Jane Haggerty 480-1655
Many, many thanks to our neighbors and friends for their prayers, good thoughts and cards. I´m doing fine, ready to start roller blading, but Mary says Publix and cane will have to do.
Last Sunday a good-sized group was privileged to hear David Braun play the Allen organ. His comments were interesting and his music is always delightful. Thanks, Ketch, for planning this event for us. (Now we look forward to hearing David again next season.)
Thanks to Jane Haggerty and John Schleicher for delivering the Herald-Tribune to our doors each morning. It´s pretty nice to open our door and find the paper right there, just waiting to be picked up. We do appreciate your spoiling us!
For users of the "Internet" please continue to monitor the KGC web site and GO-TO the Travel page for the latest booking information and passenger list on our planned trips. The site is still under construction but is being upgraded often. You can reach the site at www.kgc.cc so come see us soon. We look forward to helping all of you with all of your future travel plans. We have Travel Partners that can provide booking travel at competitive prices to where ever you may want to roam. Thank you for your inquiries. Nip & Jackie Barker
Wednesday Bridge, 1PM in the hall. Newcomers and those who have been playing for some time are welcome!
One more thought before I leave. We hope you enjoy the new look of the Round Table News as Art is now doing it on his computer. Except for me, the rest of the crew - Art Carlson, Mary Brewer, Alma Dupuis and Jane Haggerty are here most of the summer. We all enjoy our work on the paper and also want to thank those people who have turned in articles for us during the year. Art also sends copies of the paper to those who leave stamped, self-addressed envelopes with him (and of course you can receive it via the computer, too). Now I look forward to Fall and working on the paper again. SJB
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