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December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Volume 28, No. 12 Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB) December 2009
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The Ongoing Story


of the Year? A Wonderful Experience
By Antoinette Salometo
From the Desk It’s the Golf For those of us lucky enough to attend the Centenarians’ des-
of President Course, sert buffet, we were treated to a very special occasion. Honored
were eight residents, five women and three men, who have
George of Course! reached this milestone with humor and a zest for living and
By Syd Kronish
Loewenstein The most important subject
enjoying the simple pleasures. How lucky we all are to have
them with us, to remind us of the important things in life —
imbedded in the minds, hearts, taking care of our neighbors, friendship, and laughter.
and pocket books of many Guests attending were State Rep. Mark Pafford, County Ap-
Some of you may recall seeing little slips of paper posted Century Village residents at praiser Gary Nikolits, and representatives from Congressman
on your bulletin boards, complaining about an employee of this time is the proposed de- Robert Wexler, State Senator David Aronberg, and Mike Ed-
WPRF not working. Apparently these did not have the desired velopment of the golf course monson representing State Attorney Michael McAuliffe. Also
result, and so the complainer graduated to putting the message by its owners. attending was Harry Freedman, Community Relations Officer
on men’s room walls at several of the swimming pools. The The matter was brought to for Walgreens. UCO was represented by UCO President George
sheriff’s office was notified, and I’m happy to report that the the fore at a special Town HallLoewenstein; Vice Presidents Frank Cornish, Jerry Karpf and
individual, a village resident, was apprehended and arrested. meeting held Thursday, Octo- Bob Marshall; UCO Treasurer Dorothy Tetro; Recording Sec-
Hopefully, this puts an end to such mischief. ber 15 at the Clubhouse The- retary Betty Lapidus; and Corresponding Secretary Avis Blank.
The recent water main break, which affected about 40% of ater. More than 1,000 residents In commemoration of the occasion, each Centenarian re-
the village, made us aware that we lack the ability to transmit attended to hear the plans pre-ceived a key from Commissioner Koons’ office. Susan Bucher,
immediate information to our residents in a sudden emergency. sented by the owner Andrew the Supervisor of Elections, was also there to honor the Cen-
I am in the process of forming an emergency committee to Waldman and his assistants. tenarians, as was a representative of Sheriff Bradshaw. Anita
formulate a standard operating procedure in case of a sudden A group of residents identi- Cruz, W.P.R.F. VP, offered a few words of congratulation and
emergency. fied as the “Pro Active Com- best wishes.
On Wednesday, November 4, 2009, Vice President David mittee To Save The Golf After a break for some delicious desserts, entertainment
Israel and I attended a Palm Beach County code enforcement Course” to take the opposite was provided by the Village Songbirds. All dressed up in their
violation hearing against the Waldmans (owners of the Golf view were present, supported red tops and white slacks, they presented a striking on stage
Course). Many years ago, a prior owner of the Golf Course ap- by the Villagers that made up picture and the music and harmony was wonderful. Direc-
plied for permission to open an entrance from Haverhill Road. the audience. tor Martin Ruderman, with piano by Merv Knecht, led the
The condition set by Palm Beach County was that a fence be On the stage at the left weregroup in a variety of musical numbers, which were enjoyed
erected between that entrance and the entrance from Century Mr. Andrew C.Waldman, Ana by everyone. To paraphrase a few lines from Martin’s parody
Village. That fence was removed by Mr. Waldman, claiming M. Waldman, Rebel Cook, of Thanks for the Memories, “Your caring way, through all
that since it was no longer operated as a golf course, the fence Robert Rennenbaum and Greg your days — to you we raise a toast.” Congratulations to the
was not needed. DuBois. In the center was Centenarians — see you next year. o
The hearing officer disagreed and gave Mr. Waldman 30 days retired Judge Robert Parker,
to replace the fence or pay a fine of $150 per day. who served as the moderator.
We have changed our bylaws to make it easier for individu- On the right were the members
als to run for office in UCO. More precisely, the nominating of the Proactive Committee:
committee is now also a search committee. Anyone wishing to Jeanette Veglia (Chairperson),
run can contact the UCO office for a form. Alternately, one can Honey Sager, Sandy Cohen,
be nominated from the floor at the February delegate meeting Phil and Barbara Shapkin.
(by a delegate) and only one delegate is required to second this The Waldman group speak-
nomination, not ten as in the past. ing individually, presented
In March we will be electing a new president (I am term their views (thirty minutes
limited), two vice presidents, treasurer, and both a recording each). A large movie screen
and corresponding secretary, as well as 20 members of the ex- was lowered to show a col- Centenarians Sylvia Roth (102) and husband Louis (101).
ecutive board. I hope that you will seriously consider running Continued on Page 3 Photo by John Saponaro
for one of these offices.
I would like all our residents to remember to use the call in
system for their guests, delivery persons, and contractors. In
October over 400 entrances were denied because they were not
called in. The situation causes anger toward our guards, who
are only doing their duty. The guards work hard to keep us all
safe in the village.
On behalf of myself and my fellow officers, I’d like to wish
all our residents and their families a very happy and enjoyable
Thanksgiving. Please remember that the UCO office will be
closed on Thanksgiving as well as the next day (Friday) so that
our volunteers and employees can enjoy a long weekend. o

Delegate Meeting
Fri, Dec 4, 9:30 am Clubhouse Theater Back row: Lillian Rubin, Al Weiskopf, Louis and Sylvia Roth. Front row: Sylvia Haskell, Ceil
Imberman, Abraham Moskowitz, Miriam Maddux. Photo by Ken Davis
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER December 2009

remedies against the Golf son asked residents to come to valves, call Jerry to get on the
Course. Discussion followed. UCO if they have any ques- schedule. The cost is $175 per
Vote — motion defeated. tions. Read her article in the unit including the permit. The
At the Delegate New Business: none Reporter. valve will have a tag with the
Committee Reports: Beautification: Sandy Co- apartment number. Locking
Assembly Reporter: Dot Loewenstein hen announced that her com- valves could be installed at an
Betty Lapidus announced that the deadline is mittee hopes to enhance the additional charge.
Monday, November 9 for any CV sign at the Okeechobee CERT: Jackie Karlan an-
items for the next issue. entrance in 2010. nounced that this Community
Insurance: Dan Gladstone Cable: Dave Israel reported Emergency Response Team
reported that 240 units in 50 that there will be cable box has two new licensed Ham
November 6, 2009 dents are encouraged to attend buildings have been damaged sign ups by Association begin- operators. The committee is
These minutes were taken the next session scheduled for by water and we might have ning January 4. The schedule available to demonstrate how
by Mary Patrick Benton. November 11 at 2 p.m. in the renewal problems. He sug- was distributed this morning to use building fire extinguish-
The meeting was called to Medical Center. gested that shut-off valves are and is also available at the ers. Call her for an appoint-
order by President George On November 18, the Palm very important. Q&A re water UCO office. The new CV web- ment.
Loewenstein at 9:30 a.m. 196 Beach County Tax Assessor damage followed. site is century-village-wpb. Community Relations:
delegates were in attendance. will answer questions and Nominations-Search: Ro- blogspot.com. Ted Silverman announced the
The Pledge of Allegiance discuss the Homestead Act in berta Fromkin reported that Maintenance: Jerry Karpf party for Centenarians was
was led by George Franklin. Room C at 2 p.m. This meet- every UCO officer (except two announced there will be a supported by 27 different area
The minutes of the previous ing will be advantageous for Vice Presidents) and the Exec- meeting in Room C on No- businesses. The Village Song-
meeting were accepted as written. new Century Village residents. utive Board are to be elected. vember 18 at 2 p.m. pertaining birds entertained.
The treasurer’s report was Roberta Fromkin will chair Those interested can get forms to the Homestead Act. The Signs: Haskell Morin
attached to the minutes. As- the Nomination-Search Com- from the UCO office. We need next Town Meeting will be showed a sample of building
sociations received their mittee. If you wish to be nomi- bios and pictures by January December 3 at 10:30 a.m. in signs that are available for
Statement of Charges for nated for either a UCO office 4. The slate will be presented the Theater. Speakers will be sale. Order forms are in the
2010. Treasurer Dorothy Tetro or Executive Board, you can at the February Delegates’ representatives from the State UCO office. The cost is $150
thanked Al McLaughlin for get an application at the UCO Assembly and candidates can of Florida Ombudsman office. per sign.
preparing these bills. office. If nominated from the be nominated from the floor If your Association is interest- The meeting was adjourned
Lt. Kronsperger, of the Palm floor, only one second is nec- with one second at this meet- ed in installing cut-off water at 11:05 a.m. o
Beach County Sheriff’s De- essary — must be nominated ing. The election will be held
March 5. If you are having a problem, call the
partment, reminded everyone and seconded by a Delegate.
Transportation: Claudette UCO Office at 683‑9189 and ask for the
to drive carefully as a speed- The UCO office will be
Vice President that is covering your
ing ticket fine starts at $250 closed Friday, November 27th LaBonte announced there is a
Association.
and failure to stop at a Stop — Thanksgiving recess. new bus stop on Palm Beach Frank Cornish Jerry Karpf
Sign is a $140 ticket. Deputies Due to heavy winds, the Lakes Blvd at the new Target. Cambridge Coventry
have been notified to check for exterminator was unable to When the Clubhouse is closed Canterbury Easthampton
squatters at the Golf Course. tent the Clubhouse last week. for extermination, buses will Chatham Norwich
He also stressed that residents They will try again the week pick up in front of the medical Dorchester Plymouth
should always lock their cars. of November 9. If successful, building. Kent Salisbury
President’s Report: the Clubhouse will be closed Security: Al McLaughlin Northampton Sheffield
President Loewenstein pre- November 9-10-11-12. stated that we had three bro- Sussex Waltham
sented a Certificate of Com- According to Robert’s Rules ken gate arms this past month.
mendation to Detective Jamie of Order, to switch order of the He reminded residents not to David Israel Bob Marshall
Roussel for his expeditious meeting we need a two-thirds abuse our security guards. Andover Berkshire
apprehension of a vandal who vote (131). Ushers are stationed Safety: George Franklin Bedford Camden
was defacing property in Cen- at each door to collect Delegate asked drivers to slow down Golf’s Edge Dover
voting papers in order to deter- when in the Village. The next Greenbrier Hastings
tury Village.
mine if we still have a quorum Safety Town Hall meeting has Kingswood Somerset
UCO held a Town Hall
been rescheduled to December Oxford Wellington
meeting with the owners of when a vote is taken.
17 at 9:30 a.m. in Room C. Southampton Windsor
the Golf Course and members Motion: Made and sec-
Stratford
of the Pro-Active Commit- onded — All future agendas Investigations: Louise Ger-
tee. UCO is concerned with for Delegate meetings be
the safety issue and lack of revised to allow any motions December/January Meetings
fence. At a recent Palm Beach presented to be scheduled at As of 11/03/09
County Code Enforcement the beginning of a meeting be- Date Day Time Group Location
meeting, the owners of the fore any Committee Reports. Maintenance (Fl Ombudsman
This to include motions for 12/03/09 Thursday 10:30 am Theater
Golf Course must put the speaks on election procedures)
fence back up within 30 days Old Business, New Business 12/04/09 Friday 9:30 am Delegates Assembly Theater
or be fined $150 per day. Both and any other matters brought 12/04/09 Friday 2:00 pm Security 2102
UCO and the Pro-Active Com- to the Delegates as motions. 12/07/07 Monday 9:30 am Infrastructure 2102
mittee were in attendance at Discussion followed. Vote —
12/09/09 Wednesday 11:00 am Beautification 2102
this hearing. 3 opposed — motion carried.
President Loewenstein had 12/09/09 Wednesday 1:00 pm Editorial 2102
There was a water main break
at which 40% of the Village was to leave the meeting and Vice 12/10/09 Thursday 10:00 am Community Relations Card Room B
affected. Since we didn’t have President Bob Marshall took 12/15/09 Tuesday 10:00 am Operations (tentative) 2102
an emergency plan in place to over conducting the meeting. 12/16/09 Wednesday 2:00 pm PBC Tax Accessor CH Room C
notify residents, George insti- Old Business: 12/17/09 Thursday 9:30 am Safety (Town Hall) CH Room C
tuted an Emergency Committee The Pro-Active Commit-
12/18/08 Friday 10:00 am Candidates Forum CH Room C
for future situations.  This com- tee complained to the P.B.Co.
Landscaping Department 12/21/09 Monday 1:30 pm Transportation CH Room B
mittee will meet November 19
to make plans. about the upkeep of the Golf 12/21/09 Monday 3:00 pm CERT Art Room
There will be a Candidates Course. They also learned that 12/25/09 Friday Closed Christmas UCO
Forum for Congressman Wex- Mr. Waldman did not apply for 12/29/09 Tuesday 10:00 am Operations 2102
ler’s seat December 18 at 9:30 a permit to erect a fence. 12/31/09 Thursday 10:00 am Officers 2102
a.m. here in the Theater. Motion: A motion was
1/01/10 Friday Closed New Year's Day UCO
The Century Village health made and seconded to au-
1/04/10 Monday 1:00 pm Executive Board CH Room B
facility is conducting seminars thorize UCO to spend up to
for Century Village. All resi- $20,000 in legal fees to find 1/08/10 Friday 9:30 am Delegates Assembly Theater
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

The Golf Course


Continued from Page 1
ored sketch portraying what
they envisioned as the new
Frankly Speaking: property. The speakers pointed Security
Vice President out the addition of small lakes
Al McLaughlin
and canals to enhance the
Frank J. Cornish beauty of the area including
a variety of trees and other
foliage. New roads would be
built to provide easy access to
Welcome “Home” to our place and underutilized. Why the development. We have good news this know her name. She did not
seasonal residents; you have not gather there for your picnic One speaker informed the month with only three tran- expect them so they were
been missed... or BBQ? Benches, tables and assemblage that they intended sponder gates being broken. turned away saving us from
While you were gone, your chairs, as well as BBQ pits, are to build approximately 500 Thanks to a suggestion from unauthorized visitors and
representatives in your indi- waiting to be used. homes for families ranging a delegate, we placed a full whatever they were planning.
vidual Associations at UCO The Season’s Entertainment stop sign at the point where If your building has voted to
in price from $120,000 to
have been actively seeking Schedule is filled with exciting the transponder reads best. It allow pets, please contact UCO
$300,000, some of which
various ways in which we can shows, appealing to all tastes seems to be working because with the proper information
would be reserved for rentals.
enrich your daily lives. — classical, pop & doo-wop we had more cars entering for our files. UCO is starting
The Waldman group con-
Countless hours have been music, favorite comedians and the Village this month and to check the buildings on file.
cluded its presentation and
devoted to developing and personalities. far fewer broken gate arms. Please, please, stop the
said it would answer any ques-
executing a variety of projects Please make every effort to sup- Our roads are getting more rudeness toward the guards.
by all Officers, and Commit- tions concerning the matter. crowded so please be extra
port as many events as you can. The guards follow the rules
tees. Some quite visible, such The various clubs are in The Proactive Committee careful. of W.P.R.F. and UCO and the
as Lake Shore restoration, progress, and many classes found fault with most of the Next good news is that a only changes come from the
still in progress, completion have resumed (check with presentation. One CV speaker person suspected of writing them. The rules are called post
of Camden Pool area repairs, Courtney at the WPRF office). asked a rhetorical question: on the walls at the pools has orders and they require IDs
striping of all major roads Movies five times a week “In the light of a downtrend been caught by a Palm Beach to use the pools, or to enter
(N,E,W,S) drives as well as the (check schedule), Sunday on the real estate market, Sheriff’s Officer and will have the Village without a “call in”
Clubhouse parking lot, which night sing-a-long, and Tues- particularly in South Florida, “his day in court.” (resident), and other rules that
was black topped. day and Friday night’s Kara- would the Waldmans reduce A thank you is being given we have had for many years. If
The overhaul of Duck Is- oke are offered throughout the their prices? And would such a to a lady that called to tell me you do not have an ID, get one
land, which has been a per- year. reduction attract smaller fami- something special a guard at W.P.R.F. or leave the area.
sonal project of mine, as well My term of office will ex- lies with many children — not had done for “us.” At 6:30 Yelling at the guards will not
as former VP Howie Silver, pire March 2010; however, the neighbors retirees are look- a.m., she received a call change the rule. Please show
who was sidelined for quite I will once more become a ing for in a more peaceful life from the gate asking if she consideration for those people
some time (missed by many… Candidate for Vice President. style? No reply was given. was expecting a truck with trying to make life comfort-
welcome back, Howie) has As always, I can be reached Many residents in atten- two men in it. They only able for us here in Century
been completed. at the UCO office during busi- dance complained by saying gave her address but did not Village. o
Duck Island is a wonderful ness hours. o that they specifically pur-
chased their apartment not
List of UCO Committees & Chairs only as a retirement home but
to play golf as they were told
Are You On the List?
As of October 10, 2009 when they bought their units.
The following Associations were not represented at
Committee........................................................Chair Another committee mem- the November Delegate Assembly:
Advisory........................................ Randall Borchardt ber wanted to know why the Andover A-B-D-G-H-I-J-K-L-M
Beautification........................................ Sandy Cohen entrance gates and fences
separating the golf course
Bedford B-F-I-J
Benches & Signs..................................Haskell Morin Berkshire A-B-C-E-G-H-K
from the Village were not re-
Cable....................................................... David Israel placed or repaired as originally Cambridge A-B-C-E-H
CERT.....................................................Jackie Karlan promised. Waldman said they
Channel 63.................................................Ken Davis were delayed in doing this, but
Camden B-C-F-G-H-I-J-L-M
Community Relations......................... Ted Silverman working on it right away. Canterbury B-H-I-K
Elections..........................................Hershel Sarasohn The CV buildings directly Chatham A-I-P-R-S-U
adjacent to the golf course are
Finance................................................. Dorothy Tetro Coventry B-G-I-J-K
Greenbrier (all three build-
Infrastructure...................................... George Dupley ings), Golf’s Edge, Southamp- Dorchester A-C-F-H-J
Insurance.............................................Dan Gladstone ton and part of Kingswood. Easthampton B-C-F-G-I
Investigations...................................... Louise Gerson After the presentations by Hastings B-D-F-H
Irrigation...............................................Sal Bummolo both sides, questions were
taken from the audience con- Kent B-E-F-G-I-J-L-M
Lifts..............................................................Irv Small
Maintenance............................................. Jerry Karpf
cerning all of the plans and Kingswood A-C-E
grievances. Northampton A-B-C-E-F-G-H-J-L-N-P-Q-S
Ombudsman........................................... Phil Shapkin Tempers flared as both the
Operations..................................George Loewenstein audience and presenters on Norwich C-D-H-I-J-K-M
Programs & Services............................Frank Cornish stage tried to loudly exclaim Oxford 200
Reporter........................... Irv Lazar/Dot Loewenstein their ideas. Salisbury C-H
(Co-Chairs) The UCO Reporter takes a
neutral position on all sides of Sheffield A-B-C-D-E-H-I-O
Safety.....................George Franklin/Michael Rayber the controversy. Somerset C-L
(Co-Chairs) It was announced that more Stratford L-M-O
Search/Nominating......................... Roberta Fromkin meetings, some large and
Security.............................................. Al McLaughlin some small, would be forth- Sussex B-D-E-G-H-I-K-L
Transportation...............................Claudette LaBonte coming. Waltham A-B-E-F-G-I
Welcome................ Haskell Morin/Myron Silverman It is obvious that the results Wellington D
will be the same — par for the
(Co-Chairs) course! o
Windsor A-C-F-G-I
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Your Theater
Cable Claudette
David Israel LaBonte

Comcast Rollout: non-driver picture ID and


Ed Note: condensed due to space restrictions
Phase Two your CV ID. On the same
The first month of the season has been a success. The best part is you have taken that step
The time for the Snowbird sheet of paper as the copies,
into new entertainment and December is offering you ten shows never before seen in our Vil-
Cable Box roll-out is fast ap- write the following short au-
lage (designated by *). We have seen some of the clips and believe you will be excited with
proaching. In January, 2010; thorization note:
these new presentations. We have never had a Christmas type show, but I would put it more in
with a vast majority of our “I, John Doe 1 (your name),
the category of an uplifting/prepare-to-be-merry type of performance, so try the following:
seasonal residents here, on do hereby authorize John Doe
* Tue., Dec. 1, 8 pm: Jingle Bell Rock. They are an energetic cast of singers and dancers that
the CV Campus, Comcast will 2 (your neighbor’s name) to
will keep the house hopping as they guide you thru the best of the season.
once again set up shop in the register for my Cable Box.”
* Sat., Dec. 5, 8 pm: a Broadway tribute to Hairspray, an energetic revue combining music,
Main Clubhouse to register Be sure to sign the authoriza-
choreography, and of course the Sixties hairstyles.
our unit owners and make ap- tion note.
* Thu., Dec. 10, 8 pm: That’s Amore. Mark Adams with the style, the looks, the charm, the voice, plus
pointments to install the new It is very important to regis-
his magnetic appeal, accompanied by his dynamite band and the sexy/glamorous Gold Diggers.
Cable Box. ter for your Cable Box at this
* Sat., Dec. 12, 8 pm: Mostly Mercer — Equinox Jazz is a unique ensemble of eight musicians
Below you will see the roll-out event, because this
bringing to life such Mercer classics as That Old Black Magic, Autumn Leaves, Moon River.
planned schedule; please note is the most convenient way
* Sun., Dec. 13th, 7 pm: Ballet Fedotov, featuring one of the talented former Soviet choreog-
your Association, and mark to obtain the box without a
raphers in an original and unique presentation of West Side Story.
your calendar with the dates charge for the Technician to
* Tue., Dec. 15, 8 pm: Broadway Boys, a group of the hottest male voices currently on the New
and times when you should visit your unit to install the
York stage. They will feature pop, funk, jazz and folk.
come to the Clubhouse to box. In due course of time,
* Sat., Dec. 19, 8 pm: Sarge, a childhood prodigy who can sing, not only in his spectacular
register. If you cannot come training sessions will be pro-
voice but also in a dozen others. Oh, and don’t forget the piano. Sarge is the phenomenal star
at your scheduled time, please vided by Comcast for those
of I May be Black, but God Knows I’m Jewish.
send a neighbor with a copy needing assistance with the
* Tue., Dec. 22, 8 pm: Neil Diamond Tribute with Jay White, direct from Las Vegas, who is
of your license, or your State remote control. o
a personal acquaintance of Neil Diamond, who personally has stated “Jay kept singing so I
CV CERT Community Service can stay home and relax.”
* Sun., Dec. 27, 8 pm: Terry Johnson’s Flamingos. Terry has been a songwriter for the past 50
Join us: Walk “For the Cure” at the Susan Komen Cancer
years. Come down memory lane of the big band era.
Walk on Saturday, January 31, 2010. A $25 donation is In addition, don’t forget our exciting New Year’s Eve Dance, which will begin at 9 pm to the music of
required. Call Jackie Karlan at 478-8679. Pete Terri. If you want a group table saved, remember to bring all IDs with you at the time of purchase. o
Association Half Classroom Day Date Time
Easthampton 108
Monday Jan. 4, 2010 9:00 am-12:00 am
Plymouth 85
A
Hastings 76
Monday Jan. 4, 2010 12:30 pm-3:00 pm
Salisbury 108
Stratford 105 Tuesday Jan. 5, 2010 9:00 am-11:30 am
Greenbrier 84 A
Tuesday Jan. 5, 2010 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
Golf’s Edge 85.5
Waltham 108 Wednesday Jan. 6, 2010 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Wellington A/B 50 A
Wednesday Jan. 6, 2010 12:30 pm-7:00 pm
Windsor 224
Coventry 144 Monday Jan. 11, 2010 9:00 am-12:30 pm
Cambridge 110
Oxford 100, Monday Jan. 11, 2010 1:00 pm-4:00 pm
38
200, 300 A
Oxford 400,
39
500, 600, 700 Monday Jan. 11, 2010 4:00 pm-7:00 pm
Somerset 116
Dover 120 Tuesday Jan. 12, 2010 9:00 am-12:00 pm
B
Berkshire 116 Tuesday Jan. 12, 2010 12:30 pm-3:00 pm
Kent 119 Monday Jan. 18, 2010 9:00 am-11:30 am
A
Southampton 120 Monday Jan. 18, 2010 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
Canterbury 128 Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010 9:00 am-12:00 pm
Kingswood 63 A
Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010 12:30 pm-7:00 pm
Sheffield 211
Dorchester 130 Wednesday Jan. 20, 2010 9:00 am-11:30 am
A
Northampton 197 Wednesday Jan. 20, 2010 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
Bedford 139 Monday Jan. 25, 2010 9:00 am-12:00 pm
A
Chatham 220 Monday Jan. 25, 2010 1:00 pm-7:00 pm
Andover 165 Tuesday Jan. 26, 2010 9:30 am-11:30 am
A
Camden 176 Tuesday Jan. 26, 2010 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
Sussex 132 Wednesday Jan. 27, 2010 9:00 am-11:30 am
Norwich 180 A Wednesday Jan. 27, 2010 12:00 pm-3:00 pm
Wellington C-M 180 Wednesday Jan. 27, 2010 3:30 pm-7:00 pm
Total 3768.5
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

Alzheimer’s
Survey Response
By Dot Loewenstein
From the Desk of For the past two months, we Investigations
Vice President have run a survey, trying to de-
Louise Gerson
termine a day of the week that
Jerry Karpf would be most convenient for
our residents to meet with con-
cerns about relatives, friends,
or neighbors who seem to be
With the start of a new sea- Century Village should attend. exhibiting symptoms of de- Welcome back, Snowbirds! When you get a bad credit
son, when all the snowbirds This will be the first step in mentia. Give big thanks to all who report on a prospective buyer,
come down to Century Vil- several lectures for everyone Results: Half of our replies were working hard tending it is up to the Association to
lage, my thoughts turn to what to understand condo living indicate Monday is the best to your Association business. meet and decide whether to
is the best way to continue in the State of Florida. Mr. day, and the other half want They took care of the sales, reject or accept them!
everyone’s education and Raphan will also give an up- Wednesday. Don’t get excited rentals and occupancies. Same thing if the report
knowledge in learning what date of what new changes are yet — each group was divided In October, we had 27 sales, shows a criminal problem.
condo living is all about. being considered in 718, the also! Half want mornings, and 35 rentals, 2 deed transfers Again, the Association Board
Many people who live in Condominium Act. the other half — you guessed and 8 requests for occupancy. is the only one to make the
Century Village don’t have I will also be having classes it — want afternoons. All want A total of 72 investigations decision, not UCO Investiga-
the faintest idea that they have on basic condominium financ- weekly sessions. brought in. tions!
responsibilities to their Asso- es and responsibilities that There are a few who will Everyone that wants to live Please come into our office
ciation, and this goes as well Board members have to their accept any day, any time, and here should be investigated. with your questions on pending
as what responsibilities the Association. These classes prefer monthly meetings. They should be 55 or older. investigations. Everything is
board has to the unit owners. will be held on February 4, Therefore, we cannot, as You want to be sure that peo- confidential, so we cannot give
To help unit owners better un- 2010, and other dates to be yet, make a firm commitment ple buying apartments have you any information over the
derstand this concept, we have announced. Because of limits and we are now requesting enough finances to live here. phone. Bring your ID with you.
arranged a Town Hall meeting on the number of people that additional survey respondents. Criminal checks are done on Calling all those who can
that is open to everyone in CV can be instructed on the vari- If you have not filled out our everyone to make sure respon- dedicate days to put informa-
on December 3, 2009 at 10:30 ous topics, there will be a limit survey form, we will provide sible people live here when tion into our computer: Come
a.m. in the Clubhouse Theater. of 100 people per lecture. This it again at the end of this col- they buy or rent. into our office for more details.
I will be having as guest only applies to the classes, not umn. It would be most helpful These are trying times for all Have a great Thanksgiving.
speaker Mr. Bill Raphan, the the Town Hall meeting. if you could narrow down your of us. Associations are getting We are closed that Thursday
Ombudsman for the State of So remember: Come to the reply to Monday or Wednes- stuck paying for apartments and Friday, so please plan
Florida, who will lecture on Town Hall meeting on Decem- day and morning or afternoon. that irresponsible people have ahead with bringing in your
how Condominium Elections ber 3rd and learn something Please be patient with me. walked away from. contracts with checks. o
must be conducted. Everyone in new and have some fun. o We will get this project off

To All Candidates for President/Vice President


the ground, and already have

If you find mistakes in this publication,


facilitators on the shelf. The
Century Medical Care Center
(new name) has offered space
for us as soon as it is available
in their building, still under
construction. Anita Cruz will
give us space in the Clubhouse

In the interest of equalizng the playing


prior to that time, so space is
not a problem.

please consider that they are there for a


Be assured that your names
and phone numbers remain in
my custody and will not find
their way into a trash can.
Thank you for your replies
to date, and please tell your

field, the Reporter is of ering one fre ad to F purpose. We publish something for every-
friends it is not too late to re-
spond. o

each an ounced candidate. Contact Toni F one, and some people are always lo king
at 683-93 6 before December 7 for details. F for mistakes!
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It is up to you to say no to the a courtroom. He did not set


Waldmans and anyone else guidelines for the Q&A part
who might want to develop of the meeting. He did not
this property other than what stop any of the rudeness that
The official newspaper of Century Village it was intended for — a recre- happened.
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 ation area set in perpetuity. At this point, JV took it upon
Adele Ruderman herself and decided to control
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
the meeting herself. She would
Email: ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net Olga’s Wish List not allow Mr. Waldman, who
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri I wish the delegates did not had been introduced as part of
approve the cable contract. the team but was sitting down
Co-Editors.....................................Irv Lazar, Dot Loewenstein
I wish the officers of UCO in the front row, to answer a
Senior Editor.........................................................Syd Kronish would not spend the residents’
Regarding the question that had been asked.
Associate Editor.............................................. June Saponaro money so freely. This is when the pro-active
Layout............................................................ Myron Silverman
Waldmans’ I wish WPRF would not committee members started
Editorial Board.......................All Editors, Pres and Vice Pres Open Letter treat us like children and bom- yelling and making derogatory
I read Mr. and Mrs. Wald- bard us with stupid little rules. remarks about or to anyone
Production....................................................... John Saponaro
man’s open letter in the UCO I wish we could have kara- they thought did not agree
Bookkeeper............................................. Antoinette Salometo
paper, September issue, with oke at the Kent Pool. with them. People were lined
Advertising....................... Don McDonough, Mindy Weingart much interest, and I quote: I wish we could have a UCO up at the microphones sup-
Consultant................................................................. Ken Graff “We don’t anticipate this proj- office inside the Clubhouse posedly to ask questions but
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler ect to add more traffic, but to and sell the UCO building for it seemed that most of them
Circulation......................... Len Cohen, Jack Eisen, Bill Karp, enhance your (our) access and a profit. came with a printed agenda
Dave Rabinowitz, Mindy Weingart
create a fluid movement of I wish the next time a mil- which they read. At this point
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. vehicles,” end quote. Are they lennium contract is signed, the people seemed to lose patience
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: kidding??? residents can read it before the and most started leaving.
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed The Waldmans also suggest, delegates sign off on it. The meeting became a dis-
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge. and I quote, “There will be a I wish UCO would not pay grace to the Village. There is
(Submit on 8.5” by 11” paper.) greater tax revenue for Palm exorbitant fees to hire experts no excuse for the rudeness and
Submissions & Articles....... Please type in caps and lower case Beach County.” But historical- who give us bad advice. yelling that went on. This was
letters, double spaced, any item. On a “space available” basis. ly, our taxes will be increased I wish we could find a cure not a voting meeting; it was
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems). for all the additional services for stupidity. supposed to be an informa-
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com that will have to be provided I wish the operations com- tion meeting so people could
to support the development, mittee did not vote to give pay clarify questions that they had.

OFFICERS
such as opening the street for raises and bonuses to WPRF The main question that I
water, sewer and other utility and UCO employees when the wanted to ask was: What does
connections, etc, etc. economy is in the pits. the pro-active committee want
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 The open letter continues to I wish we did not have to to do with that land? It is pretty
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 hint that we in Century Village pay WPRF personal bank fees clear that it will never be a golf
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm will have more privacy and out of the residents’ money. course again. The Village did
President: George Loewenstein security. Are the Waldmans I wish the cable gurus con- not buy that property when the
Vice Presidents: Frank Cornish, David Israel, implying that a housing de- sidered the fact that we may price was reasonable and they
Jerry Karpf, Bob Marshall velopment will provide less have to pay three quarters of a had the chance. They them-
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro noise and security than a golf
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank million dollars in taxes before selves talked about a two mil-
course?? they signed a ten year contract. lion dollar course restoration
Recording Secretary: Betty Lapidus
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver I might add that during the A side note: somewhere in the area. I do
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton tenure of the Waldmans purchase If any of my wishes make not believe that the people in
Co-Office Managers: Mary Patrick Benton of the golf course, the golf club- you angry, don’t get mad, get our Village are willing or able
Edie Levine house was vandalized several even. At election time, think to spend that kind of money,
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy, times, suffering broken glass seriously about who you want let alone buy the property that
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small, and pilfering. Is this the type of to spend your money. is not for sale and then put
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy security we are to expect?
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin,
And please, give some re- several million dollars into it
If they could not protect spect to the UCO volunteers to turn it into a money losing
Rhea Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman,
Claudette LaBonte, Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, what they own, how much who do all the grunt work and business.
Ron Massa protection will they give us? do not participate in any deci- I hope when the snowbirds
Expect zilch, nada, nothing — sion making.
Executive Board especially after he builds and Olga Wolkenstein
come back, they can come to
a Town Meeting that would be
Dave Bernstein Dot Loewenstein walks away from the project, a help to them and not a free-
Randall Borchardt Al McLaughlin which is so common with de- Golf Course Town for-all like yesterdays.
Sal Bummolo Haskell Morin velopers. Meeting October 15, Taken from century-
Sandy Cohen Marie Oliver For security, the Waldmans, village-wpb.blogspot.com,
Ken Davis Michael Rayber at one time, said they would
2009
Re: Town Meeting for the Village’s new Web site
George Franklin Joe Saponaro fence their property from ours;
Information About Golf
Louise Gerson Phil Shapkin are we to expect fencing like
Course Property
Dan Gladstone Myron Silverman the separation from the park-
Jackie Karlan
Syd Kronish
Ted Silverman
Lori Torres
ing field at the medical build-
ing? At Southampton, they
Yesterday I went to the Town
Meeting to hear all the informa- Call the
tion that I could about what is to
Claudette LaBonte
Irv Lazar
Jeanette Veglia
Olga Wolkenstein
used razor sharp barbed wire;
is that the look we want —
happen to the now closed golf
course. Both sides did credible
Rover:
from paradise to a maximum
502-8103
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published presentations and I had some
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village, prison look???
West Palm Beach, FL. questions for each side.
Folks, if you want to live
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a not-for-profit This is when the meeting Remember, call 911
organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any with all the promises the Wald-
turned into bedlam (a crazy
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors mans make, you will be in for first for any emergen-
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They place) and all control, man-
a big disappointment. They are cy, then call the above
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, ners and tolerance ceased.
painting a rosy picture to mask
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which The Judge that was brought in number to summon
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the all the negatives.
to moderate the meeting was our security car.
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or Don’t be fooled. There are
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of totally useless. I find it hard
no positives in their proposal.
the product or service. to believe he ever controlled Continued on Page 7
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

The Mail Bag Recollections of the • What if the developers have


Continued from Page 6 October 15th Town Hall problems selling…will they

Personals Meeting revert to a low income de-


The original intent of the velopment or rentals with- Transportation
out regard to background
We Miss You, Irv
Pro-Active Committee to hold
checks? Claudette
a Town Hall Meeting was to
Irv Lazar, the long-time edi- advise the residents of the work • We have had several in- LaBonte
tor of the UCO Reporter, is on the committee had been doing stances of unsavory char-
medical leave. We wish him a from its inception in 2005. acters climbing over our
speedy recovery and can’t wait The date was set and the current fences, we have
for him to resume control of statements were prepared. made several calls to the
the paper. In the meanwhile, sheriff’s office regarding Thank you so much for the at this writing and we are look-
However, at a Delegates meet-
we’d like him to know that it’s this problem. calls and messages regarding ing forward to the return of our
ing, a motion was made and
in good hands. • The power point presenta- last month’s Transportation winter residents.
passed to have the owners of
The Reporter Staff tion made at this meeting article. Note to all bus riders:
the golf course present their
was vastly different from More information was pro- “Please do not ask drivers to
plans at the same meeting. At
Farewell, My Friend… that point, the UCO Adminis- what was presented over vided by Marcia Ziccardy, a stop in front of your building’s
M a r y A m i t r a n o , from the years to the Pro-Active CV resident. Her father, Saul sidewalk, or other location
tration took over the details for
Salisbury G across the street, Committee. Let us remind Leffak, AKA Charlie, arrived closer to your front door.”
procedures of the meeting.
passed away this morning, at you that any promises made in the Village in 1979 from “This is not an appointed bus
It was decided by the
78, exactly five weeks to the by any developer can be New York City Transit Author- stop, and your driver may lose
Officers of UCO to have a
day of being diagnosed with changed at their desire be- ity and became friends with his or her job for trying to
Moderator preside over the
pancreatic cancer. Early in cause they are covered by the drivers. He tells us that at keep you happy.” “It is a very
presentations. It was then de-
September, her three children a disclaimer placed on any that time the group was known short walk from the assigned
termined between the modera-
drove down from northern offering to potential buyers. as the “Sixty Niners.” bus stop, and you have been
tor, Judge Parker, and George
New Jersey to take her back • As their presentation shows We have returned to the noticed as having no physical
Loewenstein to allow each
home with them. now…anyone from their winter bus schedule and have limitations, nor have you been
side to have only six present-
Mary was a wonderful development could en- added Target on the Mall Bus carrying any bundles when we
ers on stage and each side to
friend and neighbor, firm in ter our village freely… route. have seen you taking advan-
have only 25 minutes to speak,
her political convictions, a since there is no significant I dare to say that all is quiet tage of a very nice driver.” o
then allow questions from the
generous volunteer at a local floor with a limit of two min- boundary, except for small
geriatric center where she lakes between the prop-
Excursion Bus Trips
utes as some residents were to
pushed wheelchairs three days be allowed to read prepared erties; all that would be
a week. statements. Contrary to some protecting us is a security
Her favorite hobby was comments since the meeting, person in a Rover to cover Excursion Buses run Mondays & Wednesdays, every month.
scouring rummage stores to let us be perfectly clear… both properties.
hunt for yarn for a crafty The procedures were totally • Also covered at the meeting The Monday bus normally goes to Wellington Green at 9:30 a.m.
friend, or used clean towels for determined by the UCO Ad- was the negative impact of and returns at 1:15 p.m. This same bus makes a second trip at 10:30
another who made bed pads ministration and the Moderator. additional traffic on our lo- a.m. to Wal-Mart, returning at 2:10 p.m.
for cancer patients. Unfortunately, the Waldman cal roads. Our streets will
Live each day as if it were group violated these rules. become like parking lots EXCEPTION: The 2nd Monday trip is to Lake Worth Beach,
your last. When we reminded them of the at rush hour like streets in leaving at 9:30 a.m. and returning by 2:30 p.m. This is a big bus
Mariel Lauzon rules, they were very unprofes- other parts of the County. holding 48 passengers. The December trip is on December 14th.
sional. They left the stage. See- • Just because you do not
ing the tremendous opposition live near the golf course The Wednesday bus normally goes to CityPlace at 10 a.m. and
Notice from the audience to any of
their plans, they “picked up
property, please don’t think
this situation does not affect
continues on to Gardens Mall, arriving about 10:30 a.m. This bus
leaves the Gardens Mall at 1:30 p.m. and picks up at CityPlace
Due to many opinions you. The safety and security about 2 p.m.
their marbles and went home”
on the same topic, we like little children do when they of all residents of Century
Village are affected. Don’t
must limit letters to the are losing the game.
think that a development on
EXCEPTION: The 4th Wednesday trip is to Delray on December
Let us re-emphasize some 23rd, leaving at 9:30 a.m. and returning by 2:30 p.m. The destination
editor to 250 words that property will increase
of the statements made by the is the Carnival Flea Market, and Beall’s Outlet is within walking
and will accept both Pro-Active committee at the the value of Century Vil- distance.
lage; in all probability, it
sides of opinions in or- meeting.
will have a negative effect.
der to provide a fair • The population of this new This 48 passenger bus is usually full, so it makes sense to arrive
development…who are the Those that can, will move
between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. to be sure of getting a seat.
and balanced news- buyers? Are they investigat- away; and those that can’t,
will suffer.
paper. ed for criminal backgrounds
Submitted by Officers of the
The Editors as we do?
Pro-Active Committee
Is It Swine Flu or Regular Flu?
Cold H1N1
Temperatures of 100°F or higher for
Fever Fever is rare
three to four days
A hacking (mucus producing)
Coughing A dry is usually present
cough is often present
Aches Slight body aches and pains Severe aches and pains
Stuffy nose is commonly
Stuffy Nose present and typically resolves Stuffy nose is not commonly present
spontaneously within a week
Chills Chills are uncommon Chills occur in 60% of cases
Tiredness Tiredness is fairly mild Tiredness is moderate to severe
Sneezing Sneezing is common Sneezing is not common
Rapid onset within three to six hours L-R: Catherine Silver, Alyssa Marie Wray, Charles A. Smugko III and
Sudden Symptoms tend to develop over with sudden symptoms of high fever, Howie Silver.
Symptoms a few days muscle aches, shortness of breath, Thank You
tight chest
Catherine and I would like to take this opportunity to thank
Headache Headaches are fairly mild Headaches occur in 80% of cases
all for their prayers and good wishes for my recovery.
Sore Throat Sore throat is commonly present Sore throat is not commonly present
Howie Silver
Chest Chest discomfort is mild to
Chest discomfort is often severe
Discomfort moderate The Mail Bag Continues on Page 15
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER December 2009

Open Clubhouse
By Courtney Olsen
Warm welcome to the snow-
birds that flew in this month.
Safety You will be excited to know Insurance
most of your favorite classes
George Franklin and clubs have returned for
Dan Gladstone
this winter season.
In addition to regular clubs
and classes, there are special
meetings this month: The first
Ok, folks, it finally hap- a Traffic Signal; the Third is It happened to my building rences and  the most devastat-
meeting of the Irish Ameri-
pened — “Signal 4” — that is being struck while Properly again. My next door neighbor ing ones have been caused by
can Club will be held in the
the police dispatch signal for a and Legally Parked. Anything left her beautiful, exquisite broken and failing ball-cock
Party Room at 2 pm, Decem-
motor vehicle crash. else and your insurance com- apartment on Friday 11/6 at 5 systems in the toilet  tank. It is
ber 1. On Thursday, December
Today (not mentioning real pany will hammer you with p.m. for a party. At 7:30 p.m., due to aging. So we are now
3 at 10 am will be a Lecture
date), while I was heading premium increases or drop you another neighbor that was strongly recommending that
on Election Procedures in the
north in the rain on South all together. walking by her door noticed each unit will change its ball-
Theatre. There will be a Town
Military Trail at 1:30 P.M. near Now, if you are involved in that water was coming out cock system to a new one that
Hall Meeting on Medicare in
the intersection of Forest Hill a crash and before you leave in bulks. He called me and is less likely to fail in the near
Meeting Room C on Decem-
Blvd., I was stopped in the the scene, check the paper- we both went in with the future. The cost is minimal
ber 8 at 2 pm. The Deborah
right lane for a red traffic sig- work given to you. Notify the Association key only to find and comparing the damage
Hospital Foundation will be
nal. All of a sudden, wham!! I officer if anything he wrote is out that the ball-cock system that it helps to avoid, this is an
meeting on December 11 at
was struck from behind. I was wrong, have it corrected at the broke and a huge amount of important investment.
11 am in the Party Room. The
hit so hard that the ash tray in scene. water was overflowing. In Some other issues: UCO
Ballroom Dance Practice
my car popped out! I have been on the “Cell the two hours that the water received a notice that one of
group is canceled for Sunday,
I got out in time to see the Phone” kick, and here is some was running, two apartments our Associations was being
December 13. The two Health
driver of the vehicle that hit news directly off the press for were totally soaked. The first sued for discrimination be-
Chat meetings this month are
me lowering their hand with you regarding the use of these and foremost victim in such cause the board had rejected
December 1 at 10 am, and De-
a cell phone in it. This driver items. cases is the apartment below. an application to buy an apart-
cember 15 at 2:30 pm. Topics
never braked and just drove This month, Arkansas has In many cases the apartment ment. Although the rejection
for these meetings are yet to be
right into the back of my car joined more than twenty (20) upstairs does not suffer any was based on bad credit (in
assigned; call the Ticket Office
that I had for four weeks and other states banning “Text damage or does not even know fact, it was awful), his lawyer
for more information. Every
four days exactly. Messaging” while driving. that it has a leak. was trying to connect it to
third Wednesday, a Property
As of this date, I do have a They also have made it illegal The instrument measures the “tone” of his skin. Noth-
Appraiser will be coming to
small pain in my neck above to use a cell phone or to email show that in these two hours, ing could be further from the
the Clubhouse for residents
the right shoulder — no lie. or access information on line all the drywalls absorbed huge truth because members of the
interested in Homestead Ex-
Now what I can tell you is this: while driving. Maryland on amounts of water and are al- president’s family have the
emption. These meetings will
I was very lucky to be driving October 1, 2009 has a ban now ready soaked. same “tone.” But nevertheless,
be monthly at 2 pm in Meet-
a very large vehicle while the on Texting while driving, and My Association is now our insurance company has to
ing Room C. The next Metro
other driver had a compact car. in Maine last month, doing obliged for another deductible defend the case regardless of
Traffic School is scheduled
The damage to that vehicle anything distracting while of $5,000. Since June of this it being a nuisance suit.
for December 18 at 9 am;
was extensive. Mine, again driving became illegal. Now year, we are in for $10,000. It came to UCO’s attention
registration is required.
from what I can see, seems to what is anything distracting? Our previous event happened that a new treasurer of an As-
Comcast will be at the
be superficial. Not yet sure, as I don’t know and I don’t want on June 23 on the other side of sociation found out, when he
Clubhouse next month ev-
the car has to be put onto a lift to find out. Seems that leaves our 24 unit building. received the books, that his
ery Monday, Tuesday, and
and checked for undercarriage a lot to the Police Officer’s Our board has learned how previous president was pay-
Wednesday to conclude the
damage. The rest is that the discretion. So be careful driv- important it was to have access ing by checks monies without
cable box distribution and in-
Service Aide who prepared ing through Maine. to all the keys of the apart- receipts that could not be ac-
stallation. For more informa-
the crash report messed it up Now to our Northern Snow ments in our building. We counted for. So please be sure
tion, please watch Channel 63,
so badly that I had to go to the Birds from Canada — you are were able to enter the apart- that your accountant system
or come in to the Ticket Office.
Sheriff Headquarters on Gun not left out of these rules. In ment, locate and stop the leak runs without opening windows
The New Year’s Eve Dance
Club Road to report the errors Ontario, Canada, a ban against in minutes. for embezzlements.
is Thursday, December 31 at 9
and he was called in and had Cell Phone use and text mes- The experience that we have This article is for informa-
pm in the Party Room; the dress
to redo the entire report. Ok, saging while driving takes learned in the past year has tion only, not to be used in any
code will be strictly enforced,
what’s the point in telling you effect October 26, 2009. Also shown that most of the occur- legal matter. o
and tickets are required for entry.
this tale? Put the phone down under the Ontario measure, The last Thursday of every
and drive!!! hand held Citizen Band or month, at 7 pm, Sonja Suarez Evidence of water damage by Mr. Gladstone.
Now, because someone was other two (2) way radios are and the “Three Friends” put on
not paying attention and talk- being phased out within three a free concert in Meeting Room
ing on a phone (allegedly) an (3) years. It appears that only C; all are welcome to come.
entire half a day was wasted hand free models will be al- A new class will begin
by this writer, not to mention lowed to be used. called Zumba; it is the latest
vehicle damage to both cars, Folks, I know a lot of you dance and exercise craze. It is
a Sheriff’s employee could do not agree with these laws. a mix of aerobics and dancer-
have been doing other more However, they are made for cise to the rhythms of Latin
important business, and so, your safety and the safety music. The first class is free!
three persons had their entire of other motorists. Remem- And if you are interested, you
afternoon wrecked. ber, driving is not a right; it may register for more. This
As of 4:30 p.m., the other is a privilege and too many class is held at Hastings at 5
person had not reported that people have been killed and pm. For more details, please
crash to their insurance com- injured because of not paying call the Ticket Office.
pany. You may also be inter- attention to what’s going on The December and January
ested to know that there are around you while talking on a class schedules are available in
three (3) types of crashes that cell phone or texting. Please: the Ticket Office and posted
are classified as non-prevent- Drive safely out there. on Channel 63. You may now
able. The First is stopped at Stop with the cell phones register for December classes
the direction of a Police Of- already; pay attention and as well as January classes. o
ficer; the Second is stopped at drive safely! o
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which is untrue. Again, a re- Browser Basics • Thu, Dec. 17, 10:30 a.m.
minder: You are responsible • Tue., Dec. 15, 2:30 p.m. — — Morning Cinema (2004)
for permits, which normally Internet Tips & Tricks  (Not Rated, 75 min.)
take about six days. • Wed, Dec. 16, 2:00 p.m. — • Wed, Dec. 23, 10:30 a.m.
Maintenance Prevention is better than Meditation for Everyday — Morning Cinema (1942)
dealing with unpleasant out- Living  (Not Rated, 101 min.) o
Jerry Karpf comes. Call 681-3923 to re-
port any situation you think
might result in damage and/or
danger to others. All present at
this meeting were extremely
CERT:
Before I start my article, work. You would not know if grateful to these gentlemen for Community Emergency
I must state our policy with the work was done properly sharing their knowledge. o Response Team
regard to manufacturers and until something happens that Jackie Karlan
anyone who lectures at any would cause damage. Always
maintenance meeting: ask to see a license and proof
UCO and the maintenance of insurance — without these, At the Library
committee do not endorse or do not hire them. By Chuck Waugh
The CERT general meeting standardized disaster training
approve of any manufactur- Mr. Guthright reminded Holiday Season at the held on October 28 resulted in a course.
ers, product, or contractor. All us that everyone must have Okeechobee Branch lively, interactive discussion of Community outreach: On
opinions of any lecturer are permits for any type of water Library fire safety. A demonstration of October 31, four CERT mem-
strictly their own and not those heater. Failure to obtain a per- Borrow books at the library proper use of a fire extinguisher bers manned the medical tent
of UCO. This article cannot be mit can result in a stiff fine. It to help plan your festivities. led to questions: Does every at the Lantana Bootacular, a
used in any legal matter. is the responsibility of the unit The library has cookbooks, building have working fire ex- children’s health fair, spon-
As previously mentioned, owner to get the permit — not decorating books, party plan- tinguishers? Are they checked sored by EOC District 4. In
there have been many in- the plumber or electrician. ning, gift-giving ideas, song
periodically? How many people full uniform, Dorothy Breier,
stances of water damage re- Mr. Kajak warned us not books, books on the origins of in each building know how to Phyllis Frishberg, Lori Tor-
cently. In fact, as of this date to use the circuit breaker to the many faith-based holidays use a fire extinguisher? res and I interacted with the
we have had more than 240 shut down water heaters when of the season, and books on CERT members are willing children and parents, treating
claims submitted to the insur- not in use (to save electricity) other areas of seasonal inter- to hold short training sessions simple cuts and bruises when
ance company. This indicates because the circuit breaker est. And for after the holidays, in each building on the proper necessary.
a possibility of a large increase was not designed to be turned you might want to check out use of portable fire extinguish- The next CERT meeting
in insurance premiums, as on and off constantly. If you books on dieting and credit ers. Call me at 478-8679. will be Monday, November
well as cancellation on our burnout the breaker, a replace- repair! I’m proud to announce that 16, at 3 p.m. in the Clubhouse.
water damage policy. It is up ment part may no longer be The Okeechobee Boulevard two CERT members, Lori The topic will be Search and
to us to act proactively and do available. It is possible that Branch Library is located next Torres and Ed Black, are now Rescue. Please attend and
something to prevent water the entire box would have to to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours licensed Ham radio operators. learn how you can help your
damage, especially when unit be replaced, for an estimated are: Monday, Tuesday, and Four CERT members, John neighbor in an emergency.
owners are absent. cost of $600. Wednesday from 10:00 a.m.
Hess, Ed Black, Lori Torres Remember: No experience
The most effective action A solution would be to have to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri- and I, have passed the FEMA is necessary — we will train
we can take is to start the in- a timer installed; that will day and Saturday from 10:00 national incident command you. Welcome back, seasonal
stallation of the water cutoff automatically shut down the a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village course. This is a nationwide residents! o
valves mentioned last issue. water heater when not in use. residents, including seasonal
There is a new, lower price Mr. Karrh advised us that residents, are eligible for a
of $150 estimated for each tankless water heaters are free library card with proper
installation, plus a $25 permit illegal because the wires in ID. Visit the library today!
fee per unit. It is strongly rec- our village were not made to December Programs
ommended that associations handle the amp load required • Tue., Dec. 1, 8:30 a.m. —
contact me in the UCO office by such heaters. Our electrical Browser Basics
at 683-9189 to arrange for system is supposed to deliver • Tue., Dec. 1, 2:30 p.m. —
this work to be done as soon 100 amps per apartment, and Beginning Computers
as possible. While we cannot the average unit uses about 75 • Thu., Dec. 3, 10:30 a.m. —
recommend any particular amps. A tankless water heater Morning Cinema 
plumber, we do have a pool uses 44 amp, bringing your • Fri., Dec. 4, 10:30 a.m.
of five licensed plumbers that demand 19 amps over the — Adult Book Discussion
we can provide. It is vital for limit. Since our circuit boards Series
each association to install are almost 40 years old, and • Mon., Dec. 7, 2:00 p.m. —
these valves; remember that our wires are aluminum, this E-mail Basics (Hands-on)
the insurance deductible is is a formula for major prob- • Mon., Dec. 7, 6:00 p.m.
$5,000 for each occurrence. lems, such as blowing out — Ki Sa Yon Odinate Ye?
If you missed our October your circuit boards or burning (Computers-Creole)
meeting, you missed a great out some of your appliances, • Tue., Dec. 8, 8:30 a.m.
opportunity to hear our guest as well as a fire. A fire is only — Mousing Around
speakers, three of whom were a matter of time, when using (Hands-on)
from the Building Depart- more amps than the wires • Tue., Dec. 8, 10:30 a.m. —
ment of Palm Beach County: in the walls are designed to Introductory Internet
Richard Guthright, Deputy handle. • T h u . , D e c . 1 0 , 1 0 : 3 0
Building Official; Joe Kajak, Please report (anonymous- a.m. — Morning Cinema L-R at Lantana Health Fair: Jackie Karlan, Phyllis Frishberg,
head plumbing inspector; and ly) to Mr. Karrh at 681-3923 (2008) (Rated G, 108 Dorothy Breier, Lori Torres.
min.) Photo by David Torres
Robert Karrh, Head Electri- anyone that you know who
cal Inspector. County Com- has a tankless water heater. • Thu., Dec. 10, 2:00 p.m.
— The Humor of Sam

ff
missioner Jeff Koons spoke They are placing their neigh-
about road improvements and bors in possible danger from Levenson
development effects. the above problems that cre- • Mon., Dec. 14, 2:00 p.m. —
Mr. Guthright gave us an ate fires. There are contrac- MS Word (hands on)
overview about protection tors who may tell you that • Mon., Dec. 14, 6:00 p.m.
from unsavory and unlicensed you do not need a permit, that — Ki Sa Yon Odinate Ye?
contractors that will offer you a these units pass all codes, (Computers-Creole)
great deal, but do substandard and they are safe — all of • Tue., Dec. 15, 8:30 a.m. —
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 11

Channel Recreation News Gun Club


George
Community 63 Memo Cue Club
Al
Franklin

Relations The Channel 63 Weiskopf Hi folks; well, we are going


into our fourth year with this
Ted Silverman lineup is as follows: The competition has started, club and we invite anyone
All UCO, Special the fun and excitement has with an interest in weapons to
started for a new season of come out and visit us at our
and Town Hall Meet- enjoyment. meetings. You do not have to
Our second annual Dessert gift cards for each honor- ings appear at 56 The Hastings Cue Club own a weapon.
welcomes new members. The We have been sponsored by
Buffet honoring our centenar- ee, and some provided cash, minutes past the club meets the last Thursday Humana Insurance Co. for
ians was held on Thursday, which was used to purchase
October 29. It is time to not paper goods and related items.
hour until 6 minutes every month at the Hastings once a month to shoot at the
Clubhouse. Gator Gun & Archery Center
only thank our volunteers and Food donations were over- after the next hour. The meeting for November here in West Palm. Humana
sponsors, but to give you a bit flowing, as were floral cen-
of detail as to how much effort terpieces. Since most readers
Odd Hours show will be on November 24, 2009. pays the range fee. All you
All succeeding meetings will have to do is pay for your
was spent. were not there, we can only Announcements be on the last Thursday of ammo and targets. Instruction
What you enjoyed on the describe for you what ap-
29th was not the work of any peared on our buffet table.
and Classes. every month. is available also. If you like,
For information, call Ted at you may also rent a weapon
one individual, but the collec- A large birthday cake, three Even Hours show 682-3130 or Ken at 684-9677. from Gator. The December
tive result of our committee:
Leslie Darrigan keeps track
sheet cakes, cookies, and fruit
displays.
Clubs and Organiza- meeting will be held Tuesday
evening, 7:00 p.m., Decem-
of honorees and sends birthday A list of sponsors follows, tions. Petanque ber 8, with the Club Shoot
cards. Phyllis Frishberg and Jerry
Eileen Pearlman maintain
and our own Ken Davis man- The recorded Del- Karpf
Wednesday, December 9, 9:00
aged a great photo of one of a.m. to 12:00 Noon.
contact with the media and the sheet cakes. Thanks to egate Assembly will All members may be inter-
We will be starting the sea-
politicians. Jackie Karlan
and Myrna Schechter are our
everyone! be shown for five son in a few months, sooner ested to know we now have
Bagels and More, Bel- club shirts available. If inter-
fabulous co-chairs, who also lante’s, Butterfield’s Café, days at 9:00 am and if the weather cools down. In
ested go to EmbroidMe on
the meantime, we have been
purchased all the drinks and Chick-fil-A, Ci-Ceil’s Florist, 6:00 pm. working with Dan Cruz of Military Trail and Cherry Rd.
paper goods, among other Community Transit, Cookies
items. Lori Torres and Kath- in Bloom, Duffy’s, Edible All requests for WPRF to try to get the courts and just say you are with the
club; they will know what to
resurfaced using the monies
leen Guanagia picked up all Arrangements, Flowers to your information to that were put in the 2009 bud- get you.
food, including three sheet Go, Golden Corral, Home De-
cakes and tons of flowers. Ma- pot, Hong Kong Wok, Island be shown must use get for that purpose. For further information,
So come down to play on call George at 471-9929.
ria Levy and Dorothy Breier Jack, Johnny’s Dream, Mr. T’s the provided form every Wednesday and Thurs-
manned the phone squad, con- Barber Shop, Publix, River-
at the UCO office.
tacted sponsors, and handled
all the table settings.
side Bank, Robert’s Painting,
Seacrest, Starz Bakery, Winn- Instructions are on
day at 8:45 a.m. Call Jerry
Karpf for additional informa-
tion at 684-1487.
G G G
Many sponsors provided Dixie, Walgreens. o
the form.

CLUBHOUSE MOVIES

J J J J J MANAGEMENT (R • 94 min)
Jennifer Aniston, Woody Harrelson
A touching comedy. A traveling art saleswoman tries to shake
off a flaky motel manager.
Tue, 12/01, 1:45 pm; Sun, 12/06, 1:45 pm; Mon, 11/07, 6:45 pm;
Tue, 12/08, 1:45 pm; Sun, 12/13, 1:45 pm

WHATEVER WORKS (PG-13 • 92 min)


Larry David, Adam Brooks
Written and directed by Woody Allen, an eccentric New
Yorker abandons his upper class life to lead a more bohemian
existence ranting to anyone who will listen.
Mon, 12/14, 6:45 pm; Tue, 12/15, 1:45 pm; Thu, 12/17, 6:45 pm;
Sun, 12/20, 1:45 pm; Mon, 12/21, 6:45 pm

TAKING OF PELHAM 1-2-3 (R • 106 min)


Denzel Washington, John Travolta
Armed men hijack a New York City subway train, holding the
passengers hostage in return for a ransom, and turning an
ordinary day’s work for dispatcher Walter Garber into a face-
off with the mastermind behind the crime.
Tue, 12/22, 1:45 pm; Thu, 12/27, 6:45 pm; Sun, 12/28, 1:45 pm;
Mon, 12/29, 6:45 pm

(TO BE CONTINUED NEXT MONTH)

One of the cakes that the birthday honorees were treated to. NO ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED
Photo by Ken Davis
Page 12 THE UCO REPORTER December 2009

Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu,


Organization News
Classified Ads
Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest
Please note!!! DO NOT of year), 1:00 pm in Class
November to March on Mon- Room 103, and incl 30 min
resubmit dates for events day mornings at the Temple. Q&A, biz portion, presenta-
already appearing in Orga- They are free to members only tion, 50/50 and door prizes.
Classified ads are printed nization News unless there
For Rent (nonmembers pay). Arrive by 12:15 if you wish to
on a space available basis. is a correction. For further information, join, renew your membership,
Ads should be submitted by
Wellington J renovated 2/2 Amit Rishona Chapter: contact the Temple office any or register for free hands-on
the seventh of the month in
deluxe high rise, absolute Come to our monthly meet- weekday morning 684-3212. classes.
which they are to appear.
Articles must be resubmitted beauty on lake. Desirable loca- ing on Tue, Dec 12, at 1:00
tion 3rd flr elevator building, pm (collation at 12 noon). B’nai B’rith Century: We Century Village Gun Club:
every month if they are to be
near parking space and bus Other coming events: Dec 12, meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am, Meets 2nd Tue, 7:00 pm, Class-
repeated.
stop. Building has its own luncheon and games at CV CH at Anshei Sholom. Admis- room B. You don’t have to
All Classified ads must be
pool $850 annual. Call (561) (Bess, 478-0735); Jan 13, 2-5 sion is free to members ($3 own a weapon. Everything is
on a full sheet of paper (8½ x
346 2077 pm, Israeli film at the CH (El- for guests). Activities: Jan free. This fall, we have a great
11). Scraps of paper will not
  lie, 471-4935); Mar 7, ann din- 24: Festive year-end meet- lineup of speakers. We were
be accepted.
Miscellaneous ner at Aitz Chaim (call Bess). ing/party w/food/entertain- sponsored by Humana Insur-
All items submitted must
new condition “Haier” ex- ment, reserv necessary ($7 ance for free range time at the
include name and address of
cellent condition small area Congregation Anshei for guests); Feb 24: A look at Gator Gun Center on Sep 9.
contributor. Name and ad-
dorm refrigerator has freezer Sholom Adult Education the projected new facilities Ladies are invited. George,
dress will not be printed; this
is for our information. The compartment sells new $159 Congregation Anshei Sho- of Morse Geriatric. FMI, Dr. 471-9929.
Classified ads are a service asking $75 lom began two adult education Levy @ 478-6865.
for UCO members only. courses in November. Century Village Orchestra:
Small oak upright piano Ham- Sara Farkas, an Israeli na- Brooklyn U.S.A.: Will meet We practice every Mon, 1:15-
ilton by Baldwin $250 OBO tive and member of the con- on Wed, Oct 14, 1:30 in the 3:45, in the CH, Room C (Oct
For Sale Call (561) 536 8488 gregation, will lead a course in Party Room. Coming events: 26-Mar 20). We play 3 con-
conversational Hebrew. Sara is Italian lunch & entertain- certs each year. We welcome
Dover “A” ground floor, tile Round walnut tile top pub set an accomplished teacher. ment; Dec 17, BBQ and boat all pros and amateurs who en-
throughout. Move-in condi- with 4 upholstered pub tools Those members of the con- trip on the Jungle Queen; Jan joy playing with a group. We
tion. bedroom, 1-½ bath - mir- table 41” wide, 6” high, stools gregation who took the course 17, mystery bus trip; Feb 21, would like to add a conductor,
rored closets - all tiled - stall 25” nigh 2 yrs old in new con- last year were very impressed annual luncheon/dance; Mar more violins, violas, cellos,
shower - large patio, lagoon dition orig $600 asking $300 by the caliber of the teaching. 16-18, 3 day/2 nite trip to bass, bassoons and percus-
for sailing - large TV - many call (561) 697 2471 No prior knowledge of He- Key West. Elayne, 688-8151; sion players to our orchestra.
additional amenities, furniture. brew is required. Steve, 242-0481; Rose, 683- Rickie, 683-0869.
By appointment call (561) 686 Three wheel Roll Easy walker Rabbi Michael Korman will 1564.
5441 or (917) 755 9583 w/ traveling pouch (blue), lead a course entitled “Great Century Village Symphony
Jewish Thinkers: Their Impact Canadian Club: Meets 4
th
used 3 times new $165 will Orchestra Annual Concert:
Greenbrier C 2/2 reduced sacrifice $85 Call 471 6760 on Judaism.” Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00 We will perform The Poet
from $155,000 to $98,000.   Rabbi Korman, the spiritual pm. Membership open to all. and Peasant Overture, Con-
Luxury furniture, renovated, Large brass mounted cam- leader of the congregation, Lots of great activities. Betty, certino for Piano in A Minor,
tile floors, ceiling fans, cen- paign jewelry chest 35” high is an experienced education 684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; The Russian Sailors’ Dance,
tral A/C and heater, hurricane x 20-½” wide x 14-½” deep. 5 administrator and college pro- Madelaine, 684-5595. El Relicario, And the Angels
shutters, new appliances. Call drawers lined with red velvet, fessor. Sing, New World Symphony
(561) 478 6564 or (786) 473 bottom storage compartment Both courses will run from Century Village Computer (4th Movement) and selections
2682 with 2 doors, must be seen $35 from The Phantom of the Op-
era and My Fair Lady on Thu,
Short sale Oxford 500, 2nd
flr 2/2 new kitchen, baths and
tile floors. Large enclosed pa-
Volunteers Needed — UCO
Reporter
We have a need for Layout/
Happy 98th Birthday Mar 13, 8:00 pm at the CH
Theatre. Tickets are on sale
now at the ticket office.

to Helen Siegler
tio with access to patio from Copy Placers (will train); phone
bedroom and living room. calls to follow up on ads, paper
pick-up, etc. Jobs are part time. Christian Club: We meet 1st
Building is next to pool, large We are in from 9:30 am-12:00 Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of
laundry room and card room.

from the Reporter Staff


pm, Mon-Fri. Hours vary by CH. Bowling every Mon, 9:30
$50,000 Call (561) 615 9909 need. Call 683-9336 or email am, Verdes Tropicana, starting
  ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net. Nov 9. Other events: Dec 4,
For Sale or Rent Christmas dinner dance, bring
an unwrapped toy; Feb 14,
Walk to main clubhouse, 1st Valentine dinner dance (both
floor, 1 bedroom 1-½ bath, at Mary Immaculate Hall).
enclosed patio, rent with op- Rose, 641-0014; Grace, 640-
tion to buy furnished $550 5279.
month. yearly unfurnished
$530 month. yearly Season Deborah Hospital Founda-
$850 month. Call (561) 536 tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other
8488 mo in CH Party Room, 11:00
am. Next meet Dec 11. Call
Sussex 1/1 upper with scenic Bea 688-9478, Claire 684-
screened balcony, furnished or 5659, Marge 687-3991 for
unfurnished. Make offer Call info on our special Holland
(561) 697 2390 America Westerdam Southern
Caribbean Cruise Jan 24-31;
Cambridge F 2 bedroom 1-1/2 call Michele 561-914-8659
bath, ground floor, redone or 800-741-9429 to reserve
kitchen, all tiled, unfurnished a cabin.
for rent or sale Rent $750
month. Call (561) 729 0705 Duplicate Bridge at Hast-
  ings Clubhouse: Every Mon
at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 13

pm. If you need a partner, kosher meal and dancing. We what we’re all about! Walt, 10:00-11:00 am, Music Room Circle invites readers to join
call Mimi, 697-2710, leave return to regular meets on Jan 478-6521; Phil, 686-2086. B. We are a group who enjoy group headed by Troim Han-
message. 14 and Feb 11. In Mar, it’s a singing at various nursing dler. Currently reading Night
Purim Party. In Apr, it’s Yom- Jewish War Veterans La- homes. We’re looking for new by Elie Wiesel in Yiddish.
Evangelical Christian Net- Hashoa. Kathy, 689-0393. dies Auxiliary Post #520: members, so if you enjoy mu- Meetings are twice a month
working Club: Meets 1st Fri, Meets 3rd Mon at The Clas- sic, contact GiGi at 689-6092; in private homes. Troim, 684-
6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH. Irish-American Cultural sic. A continental breakfast is the feeling of giving joy to 8686.
We share relevant info among Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in served at 9:00 am, followed others is so rewarding.
ourselves and with our com- CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For info, by our meeting. Our efforts WOW: All welcome to the
munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve, call Robert, 917-704-0223. go to creating welcome kits Na’Amat USA (Pioneer following: Dec 4, card party,
389-5300. for the veterans at the VA Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00 links at Madison Green, lunch
Italian-American Culture Center at Military Trail and pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi- and cash prizes; Dec 10, trip
GiGi’s Group: Monthly trip Club: Bowling at Verdes Lanes various positions at the Cen- torium for mini-lunch and to Flagler Museum, high tea
to the Mardi Gras Casino. Jan started Sat, Oct 31, 9:00. Join ter. We find our volunteer interesting programs, guests lunch and docent tour. Le-
cruise to the Caribbean. Con- your friends for a morning of work helpful and rewarding are always welcome. For nore, 683-4166; Marjorie,
tact GiGi at 689-6092. fun. Fran, 616-3314. and welcome new members. info, call Rhoda, 478-8559. 687-3991.
Dorothy, 478-6521. Coming events: Dec 4-13,
Greater Philadelphia Club: Jewish War Veterans Post special 9 nite Caribbean Yiddish Culture Chorus: 50
Elaine, 615-6697. #501: Meets 1 st Sun, An- Knights of Pythias: You are cruise on the NCL Dawn incl members, men and women.
shei Sholom. Breakfast at invited to join Palm Beach round-trip bus trans to Miami Leader is Shelley K. Tenzer.
Hadassah, Judith Epstein 9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets Rainbow Lodge #203, meet and 6 exotic ports of call Knowledge of Yiddish not
Chapter at CVWPB: Meets from Sep to May with guest 2nd and 4th Mon at North Coun- (Sylvia, 686-5350; Marlene, necessary. Edy, 687-4255.
3rd Wed at 11:45 am for mini- speakers. Activities include ty Senior Center, Northlake 684-8357).
lunch, 12:30 meeting at Cong servicing VA patients. Ralph, Blvd. We welcome new mem- Yiddish Vinkl: An informal
Anshei Sholom. Suzanne, 689-1271; Howard, 478-2780. bers, duals, reinstatements and OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal- group of Yiddish lovers who
686-4241. transferees from out of state. Seniors): Come to our meets gather to speak, hear and sing
Jewish War Veterans Post We are a fraternal brotherhood every 2nd Mon, 3:00 pm, Party the language, this group is
Holocaust Survivors of the #520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks fostering the credo of friend- Room; see what we have under the guidance of Edy
Palm Beaches: Meet 2nd Wed, Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con- ship, charity, benevolence. planned. Sharon. Meetings are held 1st
9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom. tinental breakfast at 9:00, Mike, 615-0218. and 3rd Sun from 1:30 to 3:00
On Sun, Dec 20, we are hav- followed by general meeting. Yiddish Advanced Reading pm year-round. For info, call
ing our Chanukah Party, a Come as our guest and see Merry Minstrels: Meet Thu, Group: Menke Katz Reading Edy, 687-4255. o

Hastings Fitness Class Schedule


November-April
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

Dance Aerobics Advanced Aerobics Low Impact Aerobics Advanced Aerobics Dance Aerobics
8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am 8:30-9:15 am

Weight Training Aerobics With Weights Weight Training Aerobics With Weights Weight Training
9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:45 am 9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:45 am 9:25-10:00 am

Water Aerobics (Pool) Pilates Water Aerobics (Pool) Pilates Water Aerobics (Pool)
10:00-11:00 am 9:45-10:30 am 10:00-11:00 am 9:45-10:00 am 10:00-11:00 am

Hatha Yoga Hatha Yoga Tai-Chi (Paid Class) Hatha Yoga


10:00-11:30 am 10:00-11:30 am 10-11 am (int) 11-12 noon (beg) 10:00-11:30 am

Resistance Pool Exercise Resistance Pool Exercise


10:45-11:30 am 10:45-11:30 am

Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch


12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm 12:00-1:00 pm

Consultation Self Defense (Paid Class) Consultation


1:30-2:00 pm 1:25-2:00 pm 1:30-2:00 pm

Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Administrative/
2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm Office Duties

Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Zhanetta Babayeva

Class Registration at the Main Clubhouse Class Office


All Classes Are Subject to Change and/or Modification
Page 14 THE UCO REPORTER December 2009

and the Palm Beach Pops: A


Tribute to the Song-Writing
Genius of Johnny Mercer.
Arts & Dec. 3-6: Billy Crystal “700
Entertainment Sundays” — An entertainer Recipes
Irv Rikon
who needs no introduction,
this show was a smash hit on
Avis Blank
Broadway. The Sunday perfor-
mance here will be followed
by a black-tie dinner-dance
Welcome! The autumn- stand-up comedian. (extra charge, of course!).
During the holiday season, pare this very simple treat for
winter holiday season is al- Dec. 22: “The Neil Dia- Dec. 9: Jim Brickman —
mailboxes are stuffed with the birds.
most upon us. The local Arts mond Tribute” with Jay White. Beautiful World Christmas.
envelopes containing pleas Banana Bait
and Entertainment season Dec. 26: Mal Z. Lawrence — Dec. 10: A Tribute to Ger-
for donations from many Hang a banana peel some-
2009-2010 has already begun. Catskills on Broadway and more. shwin, Bernstein and All That
charities. Please remember where near your feeders. Fruit
Here’s a sampling begin- Dec. 27: Terry Johnson’s Jazz Starring David Amram.
that being charitable does flies will flock to the skin,
ning with the Century Village Flamingos — The Flamingos, Dec. 11 & 13: Palm Beach
not only mean the giving of and all species of birds will
schedule. of course, are songsters. Terry Opera: Beethoven’s Sym-
monetary gifts, but the giving gladly feast on the protein-rich
CV Johnson was the lead singer and phony No. 9 (Choral).
of oneself by volunteering, visitors. The giving of oneself
Nov. 14: Anna Maria Al- main songwriter for the group. Dec. 12: The Christmas
helping a friend, relative or gives one a warm, fuzzy glow
berghetti — Music and charm Dec. 31: Dino De Luca — Music of Mannheim Steam-
family in need. inside.
from a veteran performer. Music and comedy for New roller By Chip Davis.
Persons of all ages can pre- Happy Holidays! o
Nov. 17: The Tony Pace Year’s Eve. Dec. 15: (11am & 2pm)
Gotta Get a Gimmick: Bur-
Show — He sings; he makes
you laugh; he has you think-
ing he’s a whole lot of other
Selected A&E Happenings
Outside the Gates:
Theater
lesque to Broadway Starring
Quinn Lemley. (8pm) Salva-
,,,,,,,
guys. Dramaworks (West Palm tore Licitra, Tenor and Warren
Jones, Piano.
Search/Nominations Committee
Nov. 21: “Let’s Hang On” Beach) (ticket information and By Roberta Boehm Fromkin
— Singers and dancers pay reservations: 514-4042 or www. Dec. 16: Ronan Tynan: The Here is a reproduction of the form for candidates for UCO
tribute to Frankie Valli and palmbeachdramaworks.org): Gift of Christmas Sung. office. To obtain a full-size version, visit the UCO building at
the Four Seasons. Through Nov. 29: Henrik Dec. 17: Israel Philharmonic West Drive. If you have questions, call me (before 5:00 p.m.)
Nov. 24: “Cavendish Clas- Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. It’s Orchestra, Pinchas Zucker- at 712-0259.
sics” — Great moments in still the definitive work on man, Conductor and Solo Vio-
opera and musical theater women’s liberation. lin, Amanda Forsyth, Cello.
with tenor Eduardo Calcano, Caldwell Theatre Company Dec. 18: Barbara Cook.
baritone Graham Fandrei (Boca Raton) (561-241-7432 Dec. 19: The Polar Express
and two sopranos new to our or 877-245-7432 or www. (Gosman Amphitheatre).
stage. caldwelltheatre.com): Dec. 21-23: Chicago — The
Nov. 28: Mark and Clark — Nov. 8-Dec. 13: The Vosey great Kander and Ebb musical.
Twins with twin baby grand Inheritance. Written over a Dec. 24-26: Moscow Clas-
pianos, playing music and hundred years ago by Harley sical Ballet: The Nutcracker.
making us laugh as well. Granville-Barker and adapted Dec. 26-31: Forbidden
Dec. 1: “Jingle Bell Rock” by David Mamet, this is the Broadway (Rinker Playhouse).
— Young singers and dancers story of a Bernie Madoff-type Dec. 29: Tommy Tune and
rockin’ to live music for the Ponzi scheme. All-star cast! the Manhattan Rhythm Kings.
holiday season. Maltz Jupiter Theatre (Ju- Dec. 30: Woody Allen and
Dec. 3: “Cavendish Clas- piter) (575-2223 or www. His New Orleans Jazz Band.
sics” — “Hooray For Hol- jupitertheatre.org): Dec. 31: Bonfire: Musical
lywood.” Nov. 10-22: Fanny Brice: Strings (as seen on PBS). o
Dec. 6: “Tony Mara’s The Real Funny Girl. World
Dream” — The Doo Wop Premiere Musical telling the
team, back again by popular comedienne’s true story while
demand. using the songs that helped to
Dec. 10: “That’s Amore”
— And that’s Mark Adams as
make her a star.
Dec. 1-13: Neil Simon’s Lost About This
Made for Net
Dean Martin with sexy girls in Yonkers. Multiple-award
ala the Gold Diggers. winning autobiographical
Dec. 12: “Mostly Mercer” comedy by one of America’s
— A tribute to Songwriter
Johnny Mercer and to the
greatest playwrights.
Music and Dance
Edition
singers who sang his songs Nov.-Dec. at the Kravis The regular Report-
played and sung by Equinox
Jazz, an ensemble of eight
Center (West Palm Beach)
(832-7469 or www.kravis.org): er is too big to pass ] ] ] ] ] ] ] ]
musicians. Nov. 20-22: Miami City through the Internet
successfully. It was Did You Know
Dec. 13: “Ballet Fedotov” Ballet — Dances by Bal- Akron company in 1951?
— West Side Story: A ballet anchine and Paul Taylor. **********
danced to the music of Leon- Nov. 23: Garrison Keil- decided that since That…
…the wife of President
…Hispanic Heritage Month
ard Bernstein and choreo- lor: Tales from Lake Wobe- begins on September 15 be-
graphed by Vadim Fedotov, a gon. Mr. Keillor has been our advertisers aren’t Rutherford B. Hayes was the cause it’s the independence
former Soviet choreographer.
Dec. 15: “The Broadway
recognized for years as one
of America’s greatest vocal
really cleared for first First**********
Lady to be so-called? day of five Latin American
countries?
Boys” — Show tunes and story-tellers. world-wide webcast, …it was Elizabeth Taylor **********
classic pop songs with funk, Nov. 28: Smothers Brothers who gave Michael Jackson the …restaurants that freely
jazz and folk. with Norm Crosby. they were expend- nickname “King of Pop”? served peanuts in the past no
Dec. 19: “Sarge” — “I may Nov. 29: Dave Koz and able. Result: fewer …Quikoin **********
is the brand
longer do so because peanut
be black, but God knows I’m Friends: A Smooth Jazz shells are flammable and pea-
Jewish.” A singer who sings Christmas 2009. pages and easier to name of those rubber change nuts themselves are an allergen?
purses given away at corporate
with many voices, pianist, and Nov. 30-Dec. 1: Bob Lappin transmit. affairs, and was patented by an
**********
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 15

The Mail Bag Recap of County Clubhouse


Continued from Page 7 Hearing, Nov. 4
Many of you are aware that
Library
And a Fence Shall Run By Dot Loewenstein
Through It
the Waldman Group, owners
Compliments! Kudos!
The Reader’s
of the golf course, removed the
On November 4, a case
fence last July that had been
Praise! Applause! Accolades! Corner
was brought to an official OK, my computer thesaurus has
body of Palm Beach County.
installed in 1993 to separate
run out of synonyms. Basically,
Lenore Velcoff
the public area from the Cen-
Complaints were placed on the what I’m trying to say is that no
tury Village area of the golf
desk of Senior Code Enforce- matter where we go, or who we
course. Several complaints
ment Officer John Meyers, meet, everyone in our Village
were made by residents to the
who has been monitoring the stops me and tells me how much Without a Map, a memoir scarred by rigid expectations.
County Code Enforcement
actions and inactions of Mr. they admire our library. by Meredith Hall, is the story She coexisted with simultane-
Division. Code Enforcement
Andrew Waldman, and now You know, and I know, that of a sixteen year old girl who, ously loving and hating her
found the owners to be in
it was time for him to face the praise should go to our vol- in 1965, became pregnant family. Lest you think this
violation of code and notified
a judge and plead his case. unteers, not to me. They do a without benefit of marriage. book is just one big hole of
them of that fact.
Elsewhere in this paper you’ll fantastic job of keeping the place She is expelled from school, self-pity and sorrow, there are
On November 4, 2009 a
find a list of those who were neat. Books are always trim at kicked out of her mother’s also great uplifting moments.
hearing was held at the County
present beside Mr. Waldman. the forward end of the shelves, house, shunned by neighbors The book weaves together mo-
Building Department. Mr. An-
We were addressed by the and magazines are on lower and banished from her father’s rality, relationships, loneliness,
drew Waldman gave testimony
appointed magistrate, Gary shelves, easier to pick up than home after she gives up her nature and love without ro-
to the Special Magistrate.
Brandenburg. The magistrate heavy books. Upon arriving, child for adoption. manticizing the people, places
Members of the Pro-Active
pointed out that, even though when tables are filled to over- The sexual mores of the first and feelings that Hall uses to
Committee and other residents
Mr. Waldman stopped doing flowing with new donations, our half of the 1960s were very explore her life. For anyone
attended the hearing. Testimo-
business, he did still have a re- volunteers just dig in and make different from those of the who has ever wondered how
nies were made by Pro-Active
sponsibility to the County and sure all are shelved properly. years that followed, especially someone could give up their
members stating the concerns
the adjacent citizens’ property. We are also fortunate to have in a small New Hampshire baby, this is a must read.
of the Century Village resi-
The parallel he referred to was residents who observe the “two town. Hall explains what it The author got money from
dents as to their security and
“if you were the owner of a tables” rule for jigsaw puzzles, was like to be cut off from all A Room of Her Own Foun-
safety since the fence was
restaurant and you went out of leaving other tables available emotional support at the time dation, which enabled her
removed which allows anyone
business, you would still have for those who would just like it was most needed. Yet she to write her story. She is a
to enter from Haverhill Road
to cut the grass and care for the to sit quietly and read. Where survived. Even as she wan- talented author and is now a
and continue through the golf
shrubbery.” else can anyone find a place dered on foot, penniless, from professor at the University of
course into Century Village.
A question raised by the to do a jigsaw puzzle, leave it one Middle Eastern country New Hampshire.
The Special Magistrate made a
special master was “did you, unfinished, and return the next to another, she endured. She This book is a reminder of
ruling to Mr. Waldman that he
in fact, have the fence taken day to note some pieces were overcame great challenges. the living hell that many young
has 30 days to install a fence.
down?” The reply was “Sir, inserted, making the job much Eventually, she returned girls who found themselves
If he does not in that time, he
there was never a fence in easier? We like to borrow the to New England, where she pregnant and unwed could ex-
will be fined $150 per day for
place there,” while pointing 500 piece puzzles for home. A reconciled with her past. She pect to be faced with in those
every day until the fence is
to recent pictures taken by corkboard (24” x 36”) fits on writes unflinchingly about years. I loved this book, though
installed.
Inspector Meyers. “as you see, the dining table and can easily sensitive subjects and a life it moved me to tears. o
Submitted by Honey Sager,
there is no fence.” UCO VP be moved and hidden under
VP, Pro-Active Committee
and member of our pro active the bed when guests come. List of UCO Committees & Chairs
board took the stand and stated But the 1,000 piece puzzles
Cambridge B: Fore! As of October 10, 2009
that “all one had to do was go are best suited for our library
In my last article I spoke Committee........................................................Chair
on Google Earth” and see for with wonderful lighting. Visi-
of a meeting with Mr. Wald-
yourself that there was a fence tors are always amazed to see Advisory........................................ Randall Borchardt
man. I heard that many people
there, since the Haverhill en- thought that I was in accord
completed puzzles on display Beautification........................................ Sandy Cohen
trance was created. for a week. Benches & Signs..................................Haskell Morin
with him. Nothing could be
At this point, we heard the They add beauty, as does the
further from the truth.
painting of a Paris street scene
Cable....................................................... David Israel
judge’s findings: “Mr Wald- The fact is, I am in complete
man, I am giving you 30 days, by resident Helen Seigler, who CERT.....................................................Jackie Karlan
disagreement with him. There
during that time you will take is nothing he said that changed
also creates cartoons for the Channel 63.................................................Ken Davis
out a permit to re-erect the my mind about his construc-
UCO Reporter. Community Relations......................... Ted Silverman
fence that you removed, and Our Village welcomes back Elections..........................................Hershel Sarasohn
tion on our golf course. I am
cut the grass…giving you our seasonal visitors, and,
sufficient time to comply. If
angered that he ruined the
as always, we accept dona-
Finance................................................. Dorothy Tetro
golf course, and took away an Infrastructure...................................... George Dupley
you do not, I will fine you tions of books with covers
important part of our village.
$150 per day until the job is I believe the only proper thing
that reflect the light, foreign Insurance.............................................Dan Gladstone
completed.” language books, and most Investigations...................................... Louise Gerson
for him to do is repair the course,
Phil Shapkin, President, needed are Large Print books.
or relinquish it to a golf course Irrigation...............................................Sal Bummolo
Pro-Active Committee Paperbacks seem to come in
operator. We must do everything Lifts..............................................................Irv Small
by the dozen, and leave the
in our power to see that he never
same way, so feel free to do- Maintenance............................................. Jerry Karpf
builds on the golf course.
Al Thomas
nate some in good condition. Ombudsman........................................... Phil Shapkin
Magazines multiply, espe- Operations..................................George Loewenstein
cially if they are weeklies, and
Notice: will be transported to the big
Programs & Services............................Frank Cornish
Reporter........................... Irv Lazar/Dot Loewenstein
Due to many opinions on the same yellow bins outside once they
are out of date. (Co-Chairs)
topic, we must limit letters to the Criticism and complaints Safety.....................George Franklin/Michael Rayber
are heard elsewhere, at the (Co-Chairs)
editor to 250 words and will accept pools, on the buses, in the
Search/Nominating......................... Roberta Fromkin
both sides of opinions in order to clubhouse, but happily not at
our library. Let’s have a posi- Security.............................................. Al McLaughlin
provide a fair and balanced paper. tive attitude everywhere! Transportation...............................Claudette LaBonte
Our wishes for Peace and Welcome................ Haskell Morin/Myron Silverman
The Editors Goodwill go to all during this
(Co-Chairs)
approaching holiday season. o
Page 16 THE UCO REPORTER December 2009

Creative Halloween Costumes Seen


at Saturday Night Dance in the Save the Date
Clubhouse The UCO Installation Luncheon is sched-
uled for Sunday, March 14, 2010 at the
The Witches and the Werewolves joined the dancers in Marriott Hotel in West Palm Beach. This is
the Clubhouse Party Room on Saturday night. Many were in a good time to notify your Association so
creative costumes as all had fun at the Saturday night dance, that they may put the price of your tickets
swinging to various musical tunes. in their 2010 budget.
We will be installing a new UCO President,
Vice Presidents, Treasurer, Corresponding
Secretary, and Recording Secretary. The Ex-
ecutive Board will be installed too.
A delicious brunch will be served as well
as music for dancing.
The good news is that we have been able
to keep the cost per person to $35. More
information will follow as we get closer to
2010.
Mary Patrick Benton, Chair

This & That Do You See the Motorcycle?


The laughing “witch” and her masked partner hit the dance By Dr. Marilyn Ducati The Honda crotch rocket rider was traveling at approximately
floor with other revelers. I first heard of Lydia Davis 85 mph. The VW driver was talking on a cell phone when she
pulled out from a side street, apparently not seeing the motor-
from someone in one of the
cycle. The riders reaction time was not sufficient enough to
three book clubs to which I avoid this accident. The car had two passengers and the bike
currently belong. rider was found inside the car with them. The Volkswagen
Davis’ reputation may be actually flipped over from the force of impact and landed 20
forbidding, but I find her feet from where the collision took place.
philosophical, enchanting and All three involved (two in the car and the bike rider) were
insanely funny. killed instantly. This graphic demonstration was placed at the
Books! What would I do Motorcycle Fair by the Police and Road Safety Department.
without them? As life gets Pass this on to car drivers or soon to be new drivers, or new
motorcycle owners, and especially everyone you know who
more difficult doing many of has a cell phone!
the things we found so easy A picture is worth a thousand words.
to accomplish in our younger From the Internet
Sylvia was not afraid to dance with werewolf Frank Cornish years, books are my greatest
on this festive occasion. treasures now.
My treasure trove is the li-
brary nearest Century Village,
Safety Town Hall Meeting located at 5689 Okeechobee
By George Franklin Blvd. If they don’t have a book
As you all know, the November Safety Town Hall you want, they will in a short
Meeting had to be canceled because of the termite period of time (if possible) get it.
problem at the Clubhouse. We have been able to Cheers to our President
reschedule this seminar to Thursday, December 17, Obama for winning this year’s
9:30 a.m. with the same dynamic speakers that were Nobel Laureate in Peace.
scheduled for November. Another prize this year that
Folks, just another reminder: Do not miss this I find exciting — a prize in
one!! This promises to be the best seminar we have chemistry, awarded to Ada
Yonath, the first woman to win
ever been able to hold. These speakers are from the
that prize in 45 years.
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, The Palm Beach
In closing, I’d like to share
County State Attorney’s Office and the Florida At- with you how the first meeting
torney General’s Office. All of these speakers are the of my “This and That” group
most professional in their fields and will be giving worked out — “Perfectly.”
you the finest most updated personal safety informa- The topics were loneliness and
tion available to date! Trust me, you won’t fall asleep relationships and it proved that
listening to these speakers! The information is as a very important factor in heal-
follows: ing from loss and loneliness
• Date: December 17, 2009 is having the support of other
• Day: Thursday people, which we all shared
• Time: 9:30 a.m. gracefully.
• Place: Room “C,” Clubhouse P.S.: I wish everyone a
• Further Information: Call George, 471-9929 “Happy Thanksgiving.” I will
Do not become a victim!!! Come early, meet the be sharing it with my family in
speakers, bring a friend!!! California. See you soon. o

SayyousawitintheUCOReporter—it’sgoodforbusiness!
December 2009 THE UCO REPORTER Page 17

Hospital
vailed. We all remember when people driving while using cell
a foreign journalist threw his phones and texting, not using
shoes at the then-President a seat belt, running a red light
From the George W. Bush, in anger. and not using a signal.

Listening Post
Syd Kronish
History records the prelude
to World War II, with shouting
and screaming against minori-
ties by Adolf Hitler.
Only each individual,
whether he or she is a CV
resident or living elsewhere,
can change civility to respect.
Numbers
Good Sam........................655-5511
We see town meetings with The famed comedian
shouts and screams in an at- George Burns, when he
............................1309 N Flagler Dr
tempt to disrupt the occasion. reached the age of 100, at his Columbia..........................842-6141
We also are aware of the same birthday party, said, “When I
Can’t we get along?!? Wars are being fought all over
situation at meetings of Cen- was a young boy I was told by
.....................................2201 45th St
This is the problem we all the world. Violence begets
face today and in the future. violence. Civility obviously
tury Village committees, yell- my mother to respect my el- JFK....................................642-3751
ing, insulting, and interrupting ders, I took her advice and did,
It is “civility.” is gone with the wind. How-
at every note. now that I am 100 and there is
.............................5301 S Congress
Civility has eluded a diverse ever, respect or civility, comes
population around the world down to an internal personal
What happened to Mr. Nice nobody here older than me, I St. Mary’s.........................881-2900
Guy? Major league baseball don’t have to respect anyone.”
for ages. But it has deterio- level.
manager Leo Durocher once Let’s follow the advice of
.......................................901 45th St,
rated noticeably everywhere It starts in the political arena
in recent years. with the shouting of insults
exclaimed “Nice Guys Finish Mr. Burns, until we reach 100. Palm West.......................798-3300
Last.” Okay?!? o
The dictionary describes the and name calling. It reaches
I must comment on our
.....................13001 Southern Blvd,
word “civility” as meaning: re- the depth of reason when
spect, courtesy, politeness, com- daily lives where civility trans- Wellington Hospital........798-8500

OO
members of our Congress
posed into road rage. We
passion and graciousness. The attack one another and, as a
see speeders hurrying from
................10101 W Forest Hill Blvd
one summing it up is respect. recent incident showed, when
Hatred and violence are President Obama was accused
lane to lane on highways and Palm Bch Gdns Hosp.....622-1411
even local roads. We also see
the direct opposite of civility. of being a liar — rancor pre- .................................3360 Burns Rd

Main Clubhouse: December Classes


All Classes Are NOT Final, and Are Subject to Change
Monday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Mah Jongg 12/7 $20/6w 10-12 noon Card Marshall
Calligraphy 12/7 $20/6w 10-11 am Art Bernstein
Stained Glass 12/28 $18/6w 1-3pm Craft Getz
Zumba 12/7 $32/4w 5-6pm Hastings Laura
Latin Ballroom 12/7 $18/6w 6-7 pm Party Sylvia
Tuesday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Ceramics 12/8 $36/6w 9:30 am Ceramics Gert
Pan Card 12/15 $15/4w 9:30 am Card Ziccardy
Line Dancing 12/1 $15/6w 10:00 am Party Charlotte
Conv Spanish 12/15 $20/4w 1:30 pm Card B Celina
Crochet Handbags 12/15 $14/4w 1:00 pm Sewing Shakeer
Real/Abstract 12/1 $25/4w 3:00 pm Art Schwartz
Wednesday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Bridge (Int) 12/2 $30/5w 9:30 am Card Mimi
All Medium Art 12/2 $18/4w 9:30 am Art Schwartz
Dancercise 12/2 $12/4w 9:30 am Party Bloom
Folk Dance 12/2 $24/6w 11:00 am Party Mazor
Lapidary 12/2 $28/8cl 1:00 pm Lapidary Bummolo
Self-Defense 12/2 $16/4w 1:25-2 pm Hastings Tepper
Thursday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Paint Workshop 12/3 $18/4w 9:30 am Art Adler
Tai-Chi (Adv) 12/10 $16/4w 10:00 am Hastings Ziffer
Tai-Chi (Beg) 12/10 $16/4w 11:00 am Hastings Ziffer
Canasta 12/3 $17/4w 10:00 am Card Passman
Line/Country (Adv) 12/31 $15/6w 10:00 am Party Sylvia
Line/Country (Beg) 12/31 $15/6w 11:00 am Party Sylvia
French 12/3 $36/6w 1:00 pm Class A Natasha
Ceramics/Clay 12/3 $36/6w 1:00 pm Ceramics Gert
Knit/Crochet 12/3 $36/6w 3:00 pm Sewing Natasha
Ballroom 12/3 $18/6w 7:00 pm Party Sylvia
Friday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Ceramics 12/11 $36/6w 9:30 am Ceramics Gert
Dancercise 12/25 $12/4w 9:30 am Party Bloom
Learn Music 12/4 Free 9:00 am Music B Sonja
Weekly News 12/4 $10/5w 10:30 am Class A Dr. Rikon
Square Dance 12/4 $16/4w 1:00 pm Party Summers
Saturday Classes
Class Date Fee Time Room Teacher
Bridge (Beg) 12/5 $30/5w 9:30 am Card Mimi
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: December 1, 2009


Clubhouse 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
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Wellington L & M 8:15 9:15 10:15 11:15 s 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
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Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 h 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' 6:35 7:35 8:35
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Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:06 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Kent 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 D 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
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Coventry 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 c 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
Medical Plaza 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 h 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
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Please Note: On Sundays Only the #2 Bus will do a loop around the perimeter drive after going through Coventry.
Internal Bus Route #3
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Bedford B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Greenbrier 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 D 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
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Salisbury 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 ' 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
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Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 h 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers'
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner

Please Note: BY REQUEST ONLY - All Buses will go around the perimeter drive at 11:45 am prior to the bus drivers taking their lunch breaks.
Please Note: On Saturdays Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9 AM run.
Please Note: Monday thru Friday Only the Internal Bus Routes #1 and #3 will drop off at the Hastings Fitness Center on the 8 AM and 1 PM runs.

Shuttle Bus Route


Perimeter Drive
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12:45
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
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1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 the Bus Driver Your Century
Lowes 9:27 10:27 11:27 L 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27
Baby Supermarket 9:29 10:29 11:29
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1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29
Village ID When Boarding ALL
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Perimeter Drive On Request c
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On Request Buses
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45
Mall Bus Route
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
D 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Morse Home Drop off 9:05 r
K-Mart 9:13 10:10 11:10 i 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 ** The Holiday bus will
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Church 9:20 10:17 11:14
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1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 5 PM MALL BUS run on New Year's
Palm Beach Mall 9:24 10:21 11:21 r 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 RUNS ON Day, July 4th,
Village Commons 9:29 10:26 11:26 s 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 SATURDAY Thanksgiving Day
Publix 9:34 10:31 11:31 1:31 2:31 3:31 4:31 5:31 ONLY
L ** and Christmas Day.
Post Office Drop off / Pick Up Tuesday & Thursday Only 2:35 3:35
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Morse Home Pickup n 1:40
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 c 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
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Express Bus Route Excursion Bus *Monday* (Excludes the 2nd Monday)
Perimeter Drive 8:45 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM 10:35 AM Pick Up Times
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
D 1:00 2:00 3:00 Chase Bank On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 r 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 10:05 AM 1:15 PM
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Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 Home Depot On Request
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Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 e 1:09 2:09 3:09 Target 11:05 AM 2:05 PM
Winn Dixie 9:18 10:18 11:18 r 1:18 2:18 3:18 Excursion Bus *Wednesday* (Excludes the 4th Wednesday)
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Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
Chase Bank On Request L On Request City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
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Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 n 1:38 2:38 3:38 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 c 1:48 2:48 3:48 Return Clubhouse 2:30 PM
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Sundays & Holidays Bus Route (Combo)
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 The Excursion Bus will go to
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Pine Trail 9:07 10:07 11:07 r 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 Lake Worth Beach on the 2nd
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Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09
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1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 Monday(Leaves 9:30 am - Picks Up 2:05
Cross County 9:14 10:14 11:14 e 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14
r pm) and to the Carnival Flea
Church 9:20 10:20 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17
Palm Beach Mall 11:28
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1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 Market in DelRay on the 4th
Village Commons 9:34 10:34 11:34 L 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 Wednesday(Leaves 9:35 am - Picks Up
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Emporium Shoppes 9:40 10:40 11:40 n 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40 1:45 pm) of the Month.
Lowes 9:41 10:41 11:41 c 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41 5:41
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Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48

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