Dee Hicks, Summer Editor
Sue Logan, Winter Editor
|All great discoveries are made by mistake.
The greater the funding,
the longer it takes to make the mistake.
|Vol. XXIII, No. 20||King's Gate Club - a 55+ community, Nokomis, Florida||May 22, 2010|
THANK YOU: Just a note to thank everyone that attended the memorial for Bill Hildreth, what a great turn out at the cemetery and such a nice service, thank you Fr.Steve. I was pleased how many came back to the Clubhouse to meet with Alice and her family. Thanks to all the ladies that baked, and a "SPECIAL THANKS TO SANDY & JOHN EADE, CLAIRE BECKER, MARTHA HICKS FOR ALL THEIR HELP AND EVERYONE ELSE THAT HELPED OUT. THANK YOU TO TOM HICKS FOR THE MICS AND MUSIC. The Kings Gate Family sure come together; what a 'GREAT" place to live. Thanks to everyone.
Memorial Committee Chairperson, Mary Lou Richmond
And a special Thanks from Alice Hildreth and family.
A REMINDER OF RULES AND REGULATIONS: (ONE RULE WILL BE POSTED EACH WEEK)
RULE 16 - PETS:
No pets, animals, livestock or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept on any designated location.
MEMORIAL DAY CELEBRATION - Monday May 31
"Salute to the Flag" Featuring the Boy Scouts of America Honor Guard
Meal: Hot dogs, hamburgers, salads, baked beans, ice cream. sodas: BYOB
Samples of Scout field cooking
Social hour 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM
6:00 PM Flag presentation, The Boy Scouts of America
6:15 PM Meal time
7:00 PM Interesting video on the creation of the Flag.
Tickets available Saturday social hour $5:00 per person
Music by the Knights of the Roundtable
WELCOME to the new owners at KGC.
Dan & Linda Lauzun have purchased 212 Princess Ave. They have been renters in the past.
Terry and Norma Jean Hagerman have purchased 285 Avenue of Queens. They have moved here from Sarasota.
Welcome to you all and hope you enjoy new friends and the many activities and facilities we have, for many happy years
TRAVEL: If you have any travel needs, please remember to at least check out prices with VIP World Travel. They have a toll free number, 1-800-323-7448; local number, 377-0017.
January 27- February 6, 2011 - 10 day, Eastern Caribbean Cruise. We still have room for you on the Emerald Princess; consider joining us.
Watch the KGC web page for upcoming shows; as we get booked, we will let you know.
Please check out our web page www.kgc.cc and click on travel, scroll down to Oasis and enjoy three pages of our cruise, we sure had a good time and hope you consider joining us in January 2011
Any travel questions, feel free to contact: Don and Mary Lou Richmond, Travel Coordinators.
John and Sandy Eade, Travel Partners.
ORCHIDS: Joe Spears will take over the Flag Display around the pool. This is much appreciated, Joe. And, again, thanks to Bob Johnson who has done this project for several years.
MEDICAL AID ITEMS: Please be advised that the RTC has received donation of various medical aid items, including commodes, shower seats, walkers, crutches, etc. If any resident would like to take possession of any of these items, please contact Chuck Leight or Jim Purkey ASAP. Since there is no room for storage of the items any that are not claimed by residents will be donated to the Elephant Trunk, in Venice. We will not be storing any of them in the future. Thanks....Jim Purkey
OHIO residents are planning a gathering on an Ohio River luncheon cruise (B&B Riverboats) on Wednesday July 21, 2010. All friends of Ohio KGC residents are welcome
The buffet consists of: Beef sirloin tips - Herb roasted chicken - Mash potatoes - Green beans - Desserts - chef's choice, Iced tea, coffee, tea (cash bar available) - Cost = $30.00/person
We board at B&B Riverboats at 11:00 AM at 101 Riverboat Row, Newport, KY (cross-river from Cincinnati). We can provide directions. The cruise starts at noon and returns at 2:00 PM.
If interested, please provide a check ($30.00/person) to George Agricola, 24 Castle Dr. before June 5, 2010 OR to 3437 Trovillo Rd., Morrow OH, 45152, before June 30, 2010.
Another activity you may wish to include the Reds vs. the Washington Nationals ballgame at Great American Ballpark, Cincinnati on either Tuesday July 20 or Wednesday July 21 at 7:10 PM.
Tickets at 513-381-REDS.
--Betty & George Agricola #24 488-8520
RECIPE: Sue Simmons had this recipe and shared it with Ann Kellum and Mary Lou Richmond.
It is excellent and now is being shared with all Club residents.
1 - 8 oz. can artichoke hearts (drained)
1/2 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup sour cream
1 cup grated parmesan cheese
8 oz. cream cheese
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
Mash artichokes with fork (I cut with scissors).
Mix all ingredients. Bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees.
Serve warm with crackers. ENJOY!
PHONE DIRECTORY CORRECTIONS and ADDITIONS:
# 1 Charlene Joyce: 941-484-7632
# 5 Bill Elliot: 82 Pointe Park Place, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230, 313-824-6100
#28 Peter & Ann Byrne: 941-485-7604
#66 Bob & Milly Lalor: 941-412-4998
#77 Rosalind & John Marray: 845-781-8519: 41 Highridge Rd., Monroe, NY 10950
#154 Tom & Joan Potts: 941-375-8873
#160 Bill & Kathy Ferguson: 815-545-9219
#193 Loretta Fehling: 941-350-1101
#231 No Northern Address Needed
#258 Ken & Andree Wackelin: 941-483-3566
#299 Bob & Judy Skowron: 301-514-7681 (Northern)
#320 Barry & Janet Squier: 908-369-3625 (Northern)
#324 Richard & Sheila Zimmerman: 815-455-0298 and 815-276-3439
THOUGHTS: One of the many things I enjoy at the Club is being a part of the paper staff. I have been on the staff except for the first two weeks since it started in its present form in 1988. And, of course, all the activities are great. Since we expect to head north this weekend, want to take this opportunity to wish all of you a happy, healthy summer. And, I'm already looking forward to our return to "our little bit of paradise" in the fall. --SJB
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