Round Table
Sandy McIntyre, Editor
Shirley Bethke
Arthur Carlson
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Vol. XVI, No. 34 King's Gate Club - a 55+ community, Nokomis, Florida August 30, 2003

WEEKLY CALENDAR:
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
31
1:00 - 3:00
         Ice Cream
         Social 7:00P Pinochle
7:00P Ladies
         Billiards
         Practice
1
8:30A Water Ex.
1:00P Bridge
         Duplicate
5:30P Labor
         Day Picnic
2
9:00A Line
         Dancing
12:00 Ceramics
3
8:30A Water Ex.
4
9:00A Dancing
         Beginners
6:00P Solos
         Dinner
5
8:30A Water Ex.
1:00P Scrabble
7:00P Euchre
6
8:15A Coffee
9:00A RT Meeting
         Donations

HEALTHLINE:   Please call Ellie Lambiotte, 486-1749, with reports of illness, injury, or death.  She will verify information with the family before reporting.

ICE CREAM SOCIAL:   Sunday, August 31, 1:00 - 3:00 PM.  Make your own Sundae (all the fixings). Donations accepted.                               --- Lois Dievendorf

LABOR DAY PICNIC:   Come join us on Monday, September 1, for a Labor Day Picnic.  Social at 5:30 PM, eat at 6:00 PM.  Sign up today.  Bring your own hot dogs or hamburgers to grill.  Any questions, call Don or Ellie, 486-1749.

TIME FOR CRIBBAGE AGAIN!!!   Sign-up sheet at the back of the hall for September 8th at 7:00 PM.  Come join us.   Call Mary Porzio, 425-1245, if you have any questions.

LADIES LUNCHEON:   Please join us for lunch and tour of Aston Gardens on Thursday, September 18th, 2003 at 12:00 noon.  Aston Gardens is a premier senior living community located behind the new Publix's on E. Venice Avenue.  We'll have a private dining room, enjoy a delightful lunch prepared by the chef which includes The Bitikar Salad (specialty of Aston Gardens), rolls and butter, dessert, ice tea, lemonade or coffee.  The cost is $10.00 including tax, tip and the tour.  Payment requested at time of reservation, $10.00 cash or checks made payable to cash.  Reservations are available this Saturday and September 6th and 13th.  Please join us for a delightful afternoon.  Any questions call Patty Ray 484-8078 or Mary Lou Richmond 484-6807.  

RENTERS:   Welcome to Dennis and Barbara Bulger who are at 34 Castle Drive for the next month.   We hope you enjoy your stay with us at KGC!

WELCOME to Joan Andrews who is staying with Ada Alakna at 321 Castle Drive.   Joan is from Rollinsford, NH, and is related to Ada's nephew.

HURRICANE INFORMATION:   Southwest Florida Chapter of the American Red Cross, Disaster Services will provide a speaker for the Round Table meeting, Saturday, September 20.  His name is Mr. Bob Dinwoodie.  The thrust of his talk will be to remind everyone that when a hurricane is forecast you must evacuate from mobile homes!  Further, he will discuss approved county shelters and the fact that our Clubhouse and other common buildings are not approved hurricane shelters.               --- Mike Mooney

HURRICANE PREPARATION FOR RESIDENTS NEEDING ASSISTANCE:   Residents with special needs, (oxygen, wheel chairs, etc.) should call Sarasota County Emergency Management Services (951-5283) and register using the form they send.  In the event of a hurricane or other evacuation order, those who have registered will be taken care of first.              --- Mike Mooney

HOBBY REPORT:   I have a hobby. I have the world's largest collection of seashells. I keep it scattered on beaches all over the world. Maybe you've seen some of it.                    --- The Shell Collector

WEATHER REPORT:

Beach Mushrooms Cartoon


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