Round Table
Shirley Bethke
Mary Carpenter
Sandy McIntyre
Dee Hicks
, Editor
News It may be that your sole purpose in life is simply to serve as a warning to others.

Vol. XX, No. 16 King's Gate Club - a 55+ community, Nokomis, Florida April 28, 2007

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
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7:00P Pinochle
30
8:00A Aerobics
8:30A Water Ex
11:00A Mvmt-Health
12:30P Library Staff
1:00P Book Club
1:00P Dup Bridge
7:00P Billiards-L
7:00P Cribbage
1
9:00A Adv Line Dance
9:00A Beg Dig Camera (Act Rm)
12:30P Ceramics
1:00P Bowling
2:00P Stained Glass
2
8:00A Aerobics
8:30A Water Ex
11:00A Mvmt-Health
7:00P Poker(L)
3
9:00A Beg Line Dance
1:00P Stained Glass
7:00P Poker (M)
4
8:00A Aerobics
8:30A Water Ex
1:00P Scrabble
5
Food Pantry
8:15A Coffee
9:00A RT Mtg

NEWSLETTER CHANGE:   For the next several weeks, please give all articles for the newsletter to Mary Carpenter.  She may be reached at - recnmec@mail.com - or you may deliver a message to her clip at 202 Squire Ct.   Reminder - the deadline for articles for the newsletter is 10:00 AM Thursday mornings.       ---Thank you,   Dee Hicks, Editor

A VERY SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL KING'S GATERS who took part in making a special day for me.   My family and I appreciate everything you gals and guys did for us. I know it took a lot of time and effort to get this organized, set up and then cleaned up; your hard work is much appreciated.   Also, to all you gals that attended (in person and in spirit) THANK YOU again.       ---Michele Byrd

HEALTHLINE:   Jim Aldridge, 296 Camelot Dr., is at his northern home.  Please continue with your prayers.   Gwen is also in need of your prayers.

Our condolences to Leo and Mary Lou Caron, 119 Camelot Dr., upon the death of Leo's brother, Donald, on March 8, 2007, in Cundy's Harbor, Maine.  Services were held in Maine.   Your cards are appreciated.       ---Rae Burmaster

VIDEOS:   A new DVD has been added to the video library…"Queen".       ---Jean Ickes

SAFETY COMMITTEE:   Safety Committee continues to seek summer captains for the summer months.  Call Art Burmaster at 412-9224 for further details.   NOTE: You do not need to sign up for safety patrol for the entire month.

LADIES' LUNCHEON FOR MAY:   Join us on Thursday, May 10, at 11:30 AM at Venice Art Center.  You may sign up for reservations and menu choice in the back of the Hall.  No money needed now.  You will pay at the restaurant - $16.00, which covers everything - lunch, coffee or tea, tax and tip.  Any questions call Mary Jane Christopherson 486-1739

LIBRARY:   There will be a mandatory meeting of all library volunteers who are still at King's Gate on Monday, April 30, in the Book and Game Room at 12:30 p.m. (changed from 1:00 p.m.).   Those who cannot attend, please notify Barb Tompkins, 480-9294.

SCHOOLING COMPLETED:   Michele Byrd, KGC Office Manager, has recently completed the following accounting courses:   Beginning Accounting, Advanced Accounting and Quick Books Accounting.   Michele excelled in her work by scoring the highest grade point average in each class.   Congratulations, Michele!

SAGE ADVICE:   The Surprise Bridal Shower for Michele Byrd, KGC Office Manager, was a huge success.   124 ladies attended this event last Friday afternoon in the clubhouse.   Gifts were also sent by several ladies who were unable to attend the party.   The tables were beautifully decorated, and there was an abundance of cookies and bars.   Wren McMains put together a wonderful video, complete with music, showing many residents in the gown or outfit they wore on their wedding day.  (Thanks to Wren--this represented a lot of work).  Four wedding gowns worn by residents were also modeled.  And the best part is that it was a complete surprise to Michele.  Michele will marry Keith Rachal on May 5, 2007.  We all wish Michele and Keith many years of happiness together.

THOUGHTS:   Since we plan to leave next Wednesday, "Thoughts" will not be in the Newsletter for a while.   For all of you, the Staff joins me in wishing that you all have a wonderful summer, whether you are here in Florida or in the north.   We also wish a speedy recovery to our residents who are struggling with illnesses.   You may be sure that you are in our prayers.   It's fun to look back on another wonderful season at KGC and, if the summer goes as fast as these past months, it won't be long before it is Fall.   Will miss each one of you, but will look forward to our return to KGC.   All the Best ---SJB

NEW LOCATION:   Large items for disposal i.e. appliances, TV's, doors, etc. are to be dropped off in the 8 acres against the fence just before the boat parking area begins.       Thanks,   Charles - Manager KGC

NOTES FROM CHARLES CLOTFELTER, OUR MANAGER:   Charles asks that each resident stop in the office before they leave for the summer and "check out."   That way any mail to be sent from the office will be sent to the correct address.   Also, prepare the outside of your home for the summer before you leave.   Do not leave any objects outside which could be a danger in a storm.   Make provisions for the care of your landscaping during the summer, and advise the office who will be doing this work for you.


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