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February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

Publication of the UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION of CENTURY VILLAGE (WPB)


Volume 29, No. 2 February 2010
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Century Village
Welcomes 2010
From the Desk By Syd Kronish
of President New Year’s 2010 arrived Frankly Speaking:
George
with a sensational “bang”
in West Palm Beach. A gala
Vice President
Loewenstein dance party was enjoyed by Frank J. Cornish
more than 400 happy Villag-
ers celebrating the New Year
in style — high-fashion style
The Reporter recently held a tribute to the memory of its long that is, with the ladies attired I hope everyone enjoyed Duck Island and the new up-
time editor, Irv Lazar, who passed away last month. Sixty-five in glittery gowns and cocktail their New Years and hope you dated sling furniture for the
people attended, including Irv’s brother and son, all sharing dresses and the men wearing have a healthy year ahead. A pools. I am in my office every
memories of Irv. The Jewish War Veterans, of which Irv was a jackets and ties. new year; let peace prevail. We day to help people with their
member, provided an honor guard. Our own Dot Loewenstein have an extremely important problems and make their life
Election time for UCO officers is drawing close. We will observed the following: “For election coming up in March. easier. People who have come
be electing a new President (I cannot seek re-election because example, there was a white We will have to elect: a new to me with problems and know
I am term limited), two Vice Presidents, a Treasurer, Record- flared-leg pantsuit, a purple, President, two Vice Presidents, I will always help them.
ing Secretary, and Corresponding Secretary, as well as twenty and a fuchsia outfit, as well as Treasurer, Recording and Cor- Remember, don’t take this
Executive Board members. silver sparkles, but the royal responding Secretary and 20 election lightly, this is the
If you wish to seek any of these positions, you can call blue with “bling” galore took Executive Board Members. future of our village. Read all
Roberta Fromkin at 712-0259 before the delegate meeting on the cake in my opinion. And It is of the utmost importance you can about all the candi-
February 5th, or be nominated and seconded by a delegate on that was just the men! (Joke.) that each President consult dates and make an intelligent
February 5th. Election will be held between 8 and 9 a.m. on Several tuxes were seen, and a with the residents of his/her decision. All delegates must
March 5th, with only delegates being able to vote. The elected few red bow ties were notice- respective building as to whom make it a point to vote. This
officers and board members will be installed at a brunch on able, along with one gent in a they feel would best serve the is how you give the people in
March 14th at the Marriott Hotel in West Palm Beach. Everyone pink jacket with white slacks. Village and cast their votes for your building voice, by casting
is invited to attend. Another showed off a white those candidates. their choice.
In a few weeks we will be getting new pool furniture for the jacket with a red shirt and I was elected by the Village Voting will take place on
guest pool in back of the clubhouse. Instead of straps, we have white tie. Added to this was as VP two years ago, and thank March 5th at 8:00 a.m. Please
ordered mesh in a tan hue to blend with the color of the walls the New Year’s Eve black hat, the UCO Reporter for finally be there!
of the clubhouse. and he could have vied for a placing my column on the As always, you can reach
The Operations committee has authorized WPRF to issue a job with the Sopranos.” front page. I started a journey me at the UCO office during
day pass to guests of residents regardless of where the guest All the tables were reserved to improve the quality of this regular hours, and at my home
lives. The pass, costing $3, will enable the holder to use the for parties of eight, and gaily Village. Working diligently on weekends, if I can be of as-
clubhouse facilities and pools but does exclude the Hastings decorated with a black table- to having canopies put up on sistance. o
Fitness Center and Bingo. cloth, gold cups, napkins, and
January 18th will be the starting date of UCO’s bookkeeper gold and black glittery center-
(our fifth paid employee), Marilyn Lanflisi. She comes to us pieces. Fedora style black hats
with many years of experience and will be a valuable asset in were provided for the men and
the finance office, allowing the treasurer more time to act in for the women gold and black
that capacity, overseeing investments, doing financial plan- tiaras and gold necklaces. Of
ning, etc. course, there were also the
Kudos go out to Abby Koffler, the talent scout who books all obligatory noisemakers.
our shows. Having attended many shows this season, I must say Continued on Page 11
they were all excellent. Some of these same shows also play at
the Kravis Center, but at much higher ticket prices. Just one of
the perks we enjoy by living in Century Village.
Haiti Earthquake
We have just been notified by the company that operated the
postal van that they no longer find it profitable to bring its van
Red Cross
into the village. They have discontinued their service here. We
are trying to see if the Post Office would be in a position to
International The pool chair in question. Photo by Rodger Carver
bring their van into our clubhouse. Stay tuned. o Response Fund

Delegate Meeting
Dial 90999, text
63 63 “Haiti”; $10 will
automatically appear
Stay In Watch on your cell phone bill.
Or, you can tell the Fri, Feb 5, 9:30 am
Clubhouse Theater
cashier at Publix to
Touch TV 63 add any amount you
wish on your cash reg-
ister tape.
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phone service to the Fax ma-


chine on Thursday and should
A Tribute to
At the Delegate
be ready by Tuesday.
I N V E S T I G AT I O N S …
“A Man for All Seasons”
Louise Gerson reported that And a Miracle Occurred
Assembly when you live in a building By Syd Kronish
Betty Lapidus the report is confidential and A fitting tribute was given to our beloved Irv Lazar on Sun-
when you move into another day, January 10. It was a day to remember as a large group of
association they want you family, friends, and military comrades gathered to bid a final
investigated and you must farewell to the late editor in chief of the UCO Reporter.
pay $100 – we must not use UCO President George Lowenstein, chairman for the occa-
January 8, 2010 INVESTIGATIONS…Lou- selective enforcement. sion, spoke glowingly of Irv and his importance to the village.
OPENED…This meeting ise Gerson reported that all MAINTENANCE…Jerry He was followed by the Honor Guard of Jewish War Veterans
was called to order by Presi- investigations are confidential, Karpf reported that on Febru- Post 520, which presented its official military memorial cer-
dent George Loewenstein at and cannot be transferred to ary 9th, the Building Dept. emony. Sam Rosen, commander of the JWV Post, reminded
9:30 a.m. in our auditorium. another association. will present a program on everyone that Irv was a hard working member of the Post,
PLEDGE…of Allegiance UCO INSTALLATION… Codes, etc. and on February devoted to the concerns of disabled veterans.
was recited by all and led by No Q & A. 4th – Board members’ respon- From North Carolina came Irv’s brother Norman, and from
Capt. Calloway. INSURANCE…Dan Glad- sibilities. Pennsylvania, son Ken arrived. Each recalled special moments
MINUTES…of the Decem- stone submitted his report. UCO REPORTER…A let- in their lives. Norman noted his close relationship with Irv dur-
ber meeting had been distrib- TRANSPORTATION… ter that had been sent to the ing their years together, while Ken spoke of his father’s devotion
uted and read – accepted as Barbara Cornish reported that REPORTER for publication to the Village. There was, of course, a special mention of his
presented. the Senior Day date is correct. had not been accepted and the tennis playing.
TREASURER’S RE- A question re: can we have a writer wanted to know why. Other testimonials were given by individuals in the audience,
PORT…accepted. bus to the airport? This will Myron Silverman responded including his Plymouth neighbors, tennis and bowling friends,
PRESIDENT’S REPORT… be checked out. that they didn’t have the space and working partners on the Reporter. The Easton brothers, who
President George Loewenstein MAINTENANCE…There available and it could not be print our Reporter monthly, recalled their many years with Irv
introduced Ms. Lisa Small, was a question re the potholes consolidated; it will be pub- and his initial reluctance to graduate from “cut and paste” to a
who is running for Judge. He on the road to the Wachovia lished when they have the computerized product.
then introduced Mr. Edmond- Bank – he referred to the space and time available. The miracle referred to above was the unexpected tribute by
son, Information Officer from County as this does not belong COMMUNITY RELA- John Saponaro. John is a whiz at the computer and a corner-
the D.A.’s office. There was a to C.V. T I O N S … Te d S i l v e r m a n stone of the paper. Seeing a shy person, who seldom speaks,
representative, Ali – from the CHANNEL 63…There will reported on the success of walk up to say more than a few words had the audience in
Medical Center here in C.V. be interesting interviews at 6 Centenarian Buffet Celebra- tears, with their mouths open in total shock. One co-worker for
UNFINISHED BUSI- p.m. and 7 p.m. tion of 2009 and they have UCO remarked that in the three years we shared space she had
NESS…Randall Borchardt CABLE…Dave Israel said begun to work on the 2010 cel- never heard him say one word. To top off the day, John greeted
presented the proposed that Comcast has shifted its ebration. Their next meeting everyone as they were leaving, with a handshake. And yes, his
amendments. Discussion schedule. Please read his col- will take place on Thursday. face actually glowed.
and analysis followed re page umn in the upcoming RE- We will be kept informed. The memorial remarks and tribute to Irv reminded us of the
1 – A; page 2 – B1, B2, B3 PORTER. With regard to the President Loewenstein an- time that President Abraham Lincoln made his speech at the
and C; Amendment #2 and second box for your second nounced that the Editorial Gettysburg cemetery. He said “people will little remember what
amendment #3 – no further TV – see the Comcast sched- meeting will take place at the we say here, rather than what they (the soldiers) did.”
discussion. All were passed ule. Dave Israel said that if you UCO office at 1 p.m.. We differ when we say with reverence and humility that we
unanimously. President Loew- get a bill bring it to him. We SAFETY…George Frank- in the Village will long remember what was said here, as well
enstein reported that our attor- are waiting for a letter ruling lin advised us to vote on Feb- as what Irv did here.
ney is analyzing everything. on the question of taxes on the ruary 2nd. Some in attendance inquired about charitable donations in
President Loewenstein an- entrance fee. See his column re NOMINATION SEARCH Irv’s honor, and the family suggested the Morse Home. o
COMMITTEE…Roberta

Personals
nounced that our Repertory a “John Doe” to sign for ab-
theater has been working very sent unit owners. This will be Fromkin reminded us to send missed. We extend to Arnie
hard and will perform on Jan. explained in his column in the in your bios and photos for and family our heartfelt con-
24th at 8 p.m. and Jan. 25th at REPORTER. Re a question the upcoming elections. At dolences. Alay hashalom —
Thank You may she rest in peace.
2 p.m. regarding HBO – this would the next meeting there will be I lost my dearest friend
COMMITTEE RE- cost about $5.70 per month, nominations from the floor. Al Thomas
and husband Herb Forman on
PORTS…Lt. Kronsperger and must be voted on and must NEW BUSINESS…None November 27. He left me sud- Dear Century Village
and Capt. Callaway wished be a common expense. SECURITY…Al Mc denly and I miss him so. Thank Friends
us all a Happy New Year and C E RT … J a c k i e K a r l a n Laughlin reported on fake or you to all of you who expressed We would like to thank ev-
reminded you to be careful and reported that the next meet- copied gate passes – these condolences on his passing. eryone for the kindness shown
to stay alert. Question – can a ing will be on January 18th passes will be confiscated. There will be a memorial to each of us after the tragic
camera be used at the Haver- – 3 p.m. MOTION…To adjourn. service at Congregation Aitz sudden death of our beloved
hill gate? Answer – some legal REPORTER…Dot Loew- Meeting was adjourned at Chaim, 2518 North Haverhill Mother, Grandmother, Great
aspects must be addressed. enstein reported there was no 10:55 a.m. o Road (across the street from Grandmother, Friend and
February Meetings Century Village East Gate). Neighbor, Mona Radonsky.
As of 1/13/10 The date is Sunday, January She will be missed for her
Date Time Group Location 31, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. Please unique ways that she let peo-
2/1/10 1:30 pm Executive Meeting Clubhouse come to honor his memory. ple know she cared for them.
2/3/10 1:30 pm CERT Subcommittee UCO Office Charlotte Forman Her Anshei Shalom, Morse
2/4/10 10:30 am Maintenance - Ombudsman Room C and Andover communities will
2/4/10 2:00 pm Town Meeting - Golf Course Theater A Sad Farewell miss her presence and her love
2/5/10 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater Last month we said a sad as we will.
2/5/10 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office farewell to a dear friend and May everyone be so blessed
2/5/10 2:00 pm Security UCO Office very sweet lady. Jackie Edel- to have known such a soul as
2/9/10 10:00 am Irrigation UCO Office stein lost her courageous battle Mona, TZiPi Radonsky, An-
2/15/10 1:30 pm Transportation Room B with cancer. Even though drea West and Ilana Spodick.
2/15/10 3:00 pm CERT Art Room
suffering from that terrible May blessings of joy and
2/17/10 2:00 pm Town Hall Meeting - Homestead Room C
disease, Jackie stayed in high love continue to flow to and
2/22/10 1:30 pm Welcoming/Orientation Party Room
spirits until her final days. She from all hearts.
2/23/10 10:00 am Operations UCO Office
will always be remembered Shalom. Salaam. Peace.
2/25/10 10:00 am Officers UCO Office
for her charming personality Rabbi TZiPi Radonsky
2/25/10 1:30 pm Welcoming Clubhouse
and joy of life. She is sorely Continued on Page 6
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Timely Tax Tips


By George Loewenstein,
C.P.A.
I would like to remind
Anita J. Cruz those of our unit owners who Insurance
rent their apartments that any
VP, WPRF, Inc. lease less than six months and
Dan Gladstone
a day is considered a short
term rental and subject to both
a bed tax of 5% and a sales
tax of 6½%, a total of 11½%.
I’m sure I am not alone theater’s 2009-10 season. Any lease over six months is The installations of new percent, which is not too far
when I tell you that I welcome As you have already seen, considered long term and not shut-off valves continue suc- from the inflation rate.
the New Year, and am very we have a wonderful lineup subject to either tax. cessfully. Many Associations The State of Florida is using
glad that 2009 has come to a of shows to please all tastes Many of our residents em- have already lined up and a Catastrophe Fund to reinsure
close. Last year was particu- in entertainment. We also ploy aides that they pay di- are ready for their turn. It is the insurance companies with
larly difficult for me person- provide regular updates by rectly (not to an agency). convenient and already being cheaper premiums and to make
ally with two surgeries (June email to those who wish to Under both Federal and State used in some cases where a Hurricane coverage more ac-
and November) and the very be on our email list to keep law, these aides are considered shut-off is needed urgently. In cessible to the public. This fund
difficult news of the death you abreast of show changes employees. Listed below are my building it has been used supposes to have $30 billion to
of my father on December 4. as well as provide you with the Federal and State require- twice in an emergency as well be able to function properly. As
Thank you to all of my staff, information about upcoming ments: as a short term absence. of today, this fund has less than
Cenvill Recreation employees, shows and performers. If you If you paid more than The new budget for the $3 billion. Most of the fund-
UCO officers and staff, and would like to receive these $1,700 to any one aide during 2010 insurance policies is ing came from assessments on
all of the many residents who email updates, please fill out 2009 or $1,000 in any quarter estimated at 15% higher than the existing insurance policies
took the time to offer their a request form in our Ticket you must pay Social Security last year. It comes after a de- that are issued in the State.
condolences to me. I certainly Office and your updates will of 15.3% (7.65% withheld cline in the premiums in the Apparently, this is not enough
feel blessed to be a part of this begin the following month. Or, from the employee and 7.65% last four years. The raise is and other measures have to be
community of very caring if it’s more convenient for you your share). This must be re- due to a political decision in taken like raising the current
people. to do so, you may subscribe by mitted on Schedule H that is Tallahassee by the House of premiums. We have been lucky
Those who were in atten- going to our website, www. filed along with your personal Representatives and not so in the past four years, but if G‑d
dance at our New Year’s Eve centuryvillagetheater.com, income tax return. much by the performance of forbids and Florida is hit again
dance know that it was a very which is being modified to The aide may also ask you the insurance industry. Our by storms, the State will have
exciting evening. The band, led allow you to subscribe online. to withhold income tax, but share in the market results are to assess each of us probably
by Pete Terri, was excellent and For those who have tickets that is voluntary. You will also approximately a hike of two through taxes. o
played with almost no break to see Tony Danza in February, be subject to both Federal and
until well after New Year’s. please note that the Tony Dan- Florida Unemployment taxes

UCO Installation
We still have plenty of good za show has been cancelled. and file the required Florida
seats and full tables of eight Maurice Hines is replacing unemployment forms and pay
left for the Sweetheart’s Ball Tony on Tuesday, February the tax. You, as the employer,

Gala Afternoon
on February 13, 2010. Peter 16, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. There must also secure proof from
Dino’s band will help you will be no refunds. Tony your aides that they are legal
dance the night away on this Danza tickets may be used for residents by completing an I-9
very special, romantic eve-
ning. WPRF is pleased to pro-
Maurice Hines’ show. From all
accounts, the Maurice Hines
form. It is also essential that
you apply for an employer
On Sunday, March 14 at 11:00
vide door prizes to some very
lucky recipients, so hold on
show is fabulous and no one
will be disappointed.
identification number from a.m., we will install our Officers
the Internal Revenue Service,
to your ticket stub — and you
must be present to win. Please
In conjunction with a policy
ruling from the UCO Opera-
which is done by filling out and Executive Board at the Marriott
form SS 4 and then the re-
remember a special dance tions Committee, WPRF has quired number can be attained Hotel, West Palm Beach.
dress code for the Sweetheart’s changed its guest policy for by telephone.
Ball will be strictly enforced. local guests (amending the Lastly you must give a W-2 A delicious brunch will be served,
Refer to the February Happen- 55 mile rule). Effective im- form to your aides at the end
ings for further details. mediately, by purchasing a of the year, showing the wages as well as a wonderful dessert. Al
It is evident that our com- $3 “Day Pass” for your local and taxes paid. Compliance
munity is brimming over with guest(s), you are able to invite with the above requirements Matos and his musicians will pro-
talented artists. You can see your local guests to all WPRF
monthly displays of artwork facilities except the Hastings
is essential if you want to de-
duct your payment to the aides
vide music for dancing. The cost per
on our Clubhouse wall, and
you can also attend our An-
Fitness Center, and to all non-
ticketed functions except Bin-
on your income tax return.
Further information can be
person remains at $35.
nual Art Show to be held this
year on Friday, February 26 in
go (which requires a photo ID
guest card from our ID Depart-
obtained from publication 926
issued by the Internal Revenue
I began taking reservations at the
the Party Room. We offer free
admission to this event, where
ment). This Day Pass expires
at 11 p.m. on the date of issue,
Service. o UCO Office on Monday, January
you can spend as much time as and can not be used for access 18. Please make your checks pay-

@
you like admiring the work of through the gates — you still
your neighbors. Many varied need to call in your guests. able to United Civic Organization
artists participate, and you Please note that an additional
can browse through displays $3 entertainment fee will be and enclose the names of those with
of painting, jewelry-making, charged to holder(s) of a Day
quilting, ceramics, wood- Pass if they desire to attend whom you would like to sit. There
working, glass fusion, stained a ticketed event on the same
glass, lapidary, and other arts day, so if your local guests are 10 seats at each table.
and crafts not listed. Please only want to attend a show or
support your neighbors and ticketed specialty dance, they I hope you will join us for a ter-
friends by attending this won- do not also need to purchase
derful annual event. a Day Pass. Please direct any rific afternoon.
Thank you to all who
are participating in our
questions regarding this new
Continued on Page 20
Mary Patrick Benton, Chairperson
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER February 2010

Open Clubhouse
By Courtney Olsen
This month we have some
From the Desk of very exciting activities. The
Investigations
Valentine’s Day “Sweetheart
Vice President Ball Dance” is February 13 Louise Gerson
Jerry Karpf at 7pm., and we have a fan-
tastic show the same night,
String Fever.
Roni Stein is back! Her
classes, From Big Bands to
If anyone remembers my ar- that we have to undergo once Broadway and The Joy of Hope everyone has a healthy you see from the investigation
ticle in the beginning of 2009, every year as per law. This Opera began in January and new year. In 2009 we had 496 report that the prospective buyer
it was my fondest hope that person even alludes to claim will continue through March. sales, 449 rentals, 47 deed has a history of delinquent
all the officers would work that every officer in UCO is Everyone interested must transfers and 73 requests for payments and/or a history of
together for the benefit of dishonest. Where is his proof? register. occupants for a total of 1,065 criminal wrongdoings.
Century Village; for the most, Remember, statements like Conversational Yiddish, investigations. We have been If you make a decision to
it has not been too bad, except that could end up in court. Jewish History, Art History, a “little busy”! reject this person, we can then
for some political differences. Some of these people claim Knitting and Crochet, Pan Please come into our of- send it to our attorney for his
Now we have gone through to have checked out their in- Card Game, Folk Dance, fice to have your questions legal opinion.
two elections in the past four formation very carefully, but Lapidary, Weekly News, answered. We cannot give you This department only does
years that were a disgrace the truth is most of the time Zumba and Glass Fusion information over the phone investigations. We gather in-
with negative press and com- their information is based on have resumed for the season. about pending investigations formation and give it to the
ments. We are now at the start hearsay or the twisted way To view all classes, please as everything is confidential. Association board only. All
of the election season for they present the facts. pick up the class schedule in Our Association board is the decisions are made by your
2010 and some people have At present, we have several the Class Office. only one to make the decision to board. We cannot advise you
already started smear cam- members of UCO running who Some residents may have accept or reject a person when what to do. o
paigns against current officers have good track records and misunderstood my previous
and UCO members instead have served Century Village article regarding a new class,

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of discussing what they have with distinction. You know Self-Defense. This is a class
contributed to Century Village. who they are. Vote for the that teaches you how to defend
One of the candidates ad- people that have helped im- yourself if need be; there is
vertises that we should be prove conditions in Century absolutely no physical interac-
checked by an outside orga- Village and have gotten the job tion. Once again, registration
nization. This person should done, and have delivered with is required.
wake up — it’s called an audit actions and not promises. o A couple of groups are be-
ing formed; these groups/clubs

Calling All
are free but require student
information. To be added to
the list, please call the Class
Office. The Chess group is

Columnists
looking for experienced play-
ers to join their club, and Bud-
dhist Meditation would like
interested residents to join.

It is really more
Please call the Class Office for
more information. o

efficient to work with


email; send your
Reporter article to
ucoreporterwpb@
bellsouth.net. If you
don’t have a
computer, use a
friend’s. Do not
attach your article;
write it directly on
the email message.
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

At the Library Time Is Running Clubhouse


By Chuck Waugh
Free Tax Assistance at
Out! Library
By Roberta By Dot Loewenstein
the Okeechobee Branch
Boehm‑Fromkin It’s good to have so many
Safety Library
Officers, time is running volunteers here for the sea-
AARP Tax-Aide volunteers
George Franklin will provide individualized tax
short…elections are almost son. The paperback collection
here. The slate will be read at seems to grow by leaps and
assistance on Fridays from
the February meeting and vot- bounds, and we have had to
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and
ing will take place the morning move the Trade Novels to
on Saturdays from 10:00 a.m.
of the March meeting. We re- the back of the room. You’ll
to 1:00 p.m. Please note the
The Flu season is here. We • runny or stuffy nose ceived bios for most positions, recognize them because they
change in days and times from
should know the facts. The • muscle aches but the one most lacking is that look like large paperbacks, but
previous years. This service
regular flu is our enemy. The These symptoms may oc- of the Recording Secretary. classier. As always, the deci-
will start on February 5 and
H1N1 Swine Flu at this time cur, but are more likely in The slate for all positions sion to toss paperbacks that are
continue until April 10.  All
is not a major problem. It may children than adults: will be read at the February in poor condition is up to you.
completed returns will be
mutate and become a problem • nausea meeting, after which, nomina- Be brave — there will always
E-filed. You must bring your
in the future. The best way to • vomiting tions will be accepted from the be more books.
current tax documents and last
fight it is a Flu shot. In addition • diarrhea floor. We very much appreciate
year’s completed tax return.
we need to avoid the virus. Is it a Cold or the Flu? A nomination must be done residents and visitors return-
For those do-it-yourselfers,
This can be best accomplished Flu and the common cold by a UCO delegate and sec- ing the tables to the position
tax forms are now available at
by carrying a hand sanitizer. are both respiratory illnesses, onded by one other delegate. in which they found them. Our
the library.
When you touch any smooth but they are caused by differ- If the nominee is in the audi- plan was to make the library in-
The Okeechobee Boulevard
flat surface such as the rails ent viruses. torium, he/she will be asked if viting, and when the tables are
Branch Library is located next
on our busses you pick up any Flu and the common cold he will accept the nomination all lined up, military style, it
to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours
viruses left by everyone else have similar symptoms (e.g. and if he is a resident in Cen- repels many visitors. So please
are: Monday, Tuesday, and
that has touched it. A virus fever, sore throat). It can be tury Village for at least nine leave them in Diamond posi-
Wednesday from 10:00 a.m.
can live on a smooth surface difficult to tell the difference months of the year. tions. This also permits people
to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Fri-
for up to two days. It is a com- between them. They must be willing to to walk behind the tables to
day and Saturday from 10:00
mon reflex to cough into your Your doctor can give you serve on two committees. reach the fiction shelves.
a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village
hand. You may have noticed a flu test within the first few The nominee must also be a On a personal note, some have
residents, including seasonal
when you enter a cruise ship days of your illness to deter- member in good standing of tried to contact me and can’t
residents, are eligible for a free
they spray your hands. This mine whether you have the flu. UCO. If the nominee is not locate my name in the phone
library card with proper I.D.
is because of the railings. In In general, the flu is worse in the audience, a note must book. This may be due to the fact
Visit the library today!
addition the average adult than the common cold. be signed by him that the that there are eleven letters in my
February Programs:
touches their face 18 times a Symptoms such as fever, nomination will be accepted, surname — can you figure out
• Fridays and Saturdays,
minute. Try to avoid touching body aches, extreme tiredness, nine months out of the year is which letter is consistently omit-
10:00 a.m. — AARP Tax
your face. and dry cough are more com- spent at Century Village and is ted? With the death of UCO Re-
Help
Every year in the United mon and intense with the flu. willing to serve on two com- porter Editor Irv Lazar, I’ve been
• Monday, Feb. 1, 6:00 p.m.
States, on average: Colds are usually milder mittees. spending most of my mornings
— Creole Computer Class
• 5 to 20 percent of the popu- than the flu. People with colds A bio and picture must then in that office. If you must reach
• Tuesday, Feb. 2, 8:30 a.m.
lation get the flu are more likely to have a runny be submitted immediately to me, try calling the Reporter at
— Mousing Around
• More than 200,000 people or stuffy nose. the Reporter. So, if you know 683-9336.
• Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2:30 p.m.
are hospitalized from flu- Colds generally do not of anyone who will accept any We are glad to have our
— Beginning MS Word
related complications result in serious health prob- nomination, it would be wise seasonal friends return and
• Wednesdays, Feb. 3, 10, 17,
• About 36,000 people die lems, such as pneumonia, to suggest that a bio be ready trust that the weather will al-
and 24, 2:00 p.m. — Health
from flu-related causes bacterial infections, or hospi- to submit. Don’t forget that low everyone to enjoy some
and Nutrition Series
Please remember that this is talizations. all positions except two Vice outdoor activities. Today is
• Thursday, Feb. 4, 2:30 p.m.
the common Flu H1N1 Swine Flu Presidents are available. the first time in four years that
— Cyber Security
Flu Symptoms and Cold The Swine Flu does not ap- Be active and become in- we actually broke down and
• Friday, Feb. 5, 10:30 a.m.
vs. Flu pear to be a particular prob- volved in your community! o turned on the heat.
— Adult Book Discussion
Common Symptoms: lem at this time. You must get As always, our final plea
Series
• fever (usually high)
• tiredness (can be extreme)
a H1N1 flu shot anyway. The
problem is that it may mutate
• Monday, Feb. 8, 10:30 a.m.
— Wii Sports on the big
% % % is that Large Print books be
returned. o
• headache at some point. This could make screen
• dry cough it a threat to us. Be sure to get • Monday, Feb. 8, 6:00 p.m.

Beat
• sore throat your H1N1 flu shot. o — Creole Computer Class
• Tuesday, Feb. 9, 8:30 a.m.
Is It Swine Flu or Regular Flu? — Browser Basics
Cold H1N1 • Wednesday, Feb. 17, 10:30

the Clock
Fever Fever is rare
Temperatures of 100°F or higher for a.m. — Mousing Around
three to four days • Thursday, Feb. 18, 2:00
A hacking (mucus producing) p.m. — Movie (102 min,
Coughing A dry is usually present
cough is often present Rated PG)
Aches Slight body aches and pains Severe aches and pains • Thursday, Feb. 25, 2:30

Stuffy Nose
Stuffy nose is commonly
present and typically resolves
spontaneously within a week
Stuffy nose is not commonly present
p.m. — Browser Basics o
The deadline for the
UCO Reporter accept-

+
Chills Chills are uncommon Chills occur in 60% of cases
Tiredness Tiredness is fairly mild Tiredness is moderate to severe

ing all material is the


Sneezing Sneezing is common Sneezing is not common
Rapid onset within three to six hours
Sudden Symptoms tend to develop over with sudden symptoms of high fever,
Symptoms a few days muscle aches, shortness of breath,

Headache Headaches are fairly mild


tight chest
Headaches occur in 80% of cases
seventh (7th) of the
month. Don’t be late!
Sore Throat Sore throat is commonly present Sore throat is not commonly present
Chest Chest discomfort is mild to
Chest discomfort is often severe
Discomfort moderate
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closed and locked. If anyone


notices that the gate has been
Personals
left open, please let me know Fannie Ushkow,
and I will follow up again
The official newspaper of Century Village with Code Enforcement. The
Music Maker
Let us remember Fannie
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 County advised me that they
Ushkow, an important Village
are not requesting a fence to be
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830 music maker, who passed away
installed across the entrance at
Email: ucoreporterwpb@bellsouth.net shortly before New Year’s Day
Haverhill at this time.
at the age of 95. For over three
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri I also was in touch with the
decades, she enriched the
County Landscape Division
Editor Pro Tem.............................................. Dot Loewenstein Village with music and song,
of Code Enforcement and
Senior Editor.........................................................Syd Kronish always willing to add her tal-
Associate Editor.............................................. June Saponaro
I Was There supplied them with a legal
ents to any group or cause or
On December 18, there was ruling on the requirement for
Layout Specialist.......................................... Myron Silverman occasion that needed her.
a Town Hall meeting for our perpetual maintenance of the
Editorial Board.......................All Editors, Pres and Vice Pres When Fannie and her hus-
residents to meet and hear from entire golf course property,
Production....................................................... John Saponaro band arrived in the Village
several candidates seeking the instead of just maintaining 20
Bookkeeper............................................. Antoinette Salometo in 1975, she promptly found
office of Congressman serving feet from the property line.
Advertising....................... Don McDonough, Mindy Weingart a need for her musical and
in the U.S. House of Represen- They are taking that under
Consultant................................................................. Ken Graff organizational abilities. She
tatives for our district. consideration and will advise
Proofreaders......... Claudette LaBonte, Mary Patrick Benton recruited and directed a wom-
The meeting had been pub- me shortly.
en’s chorus — the beloved
Artist.................................................................... Helen Siegler licized for several weeks to be I also was informed by Code
Melodears — soon after she
Circulation......................... Seacrest, Pruitt, Prime, Gallagher held in the Clubhouse Theatre, Enforcement that fines were
arrived and led it for the next
(your property managers) a theatre of some 1,200 seats. imposed against Waldman for
29 years.
To Be Accepted......items must display name, address, phone #. There were perhaps 30 people the time that he did not comply
Some of the original charter
Classified Ads for CV Residents Only: that came to listen to the six with the Magistrate’s ruling.
members of the Melodears are
Personal items for sale or wanted may be listed candidates, one of whom will I have also been in touch
still singing Fannie Ushkow’s
on a “space available” basis, FREE of charge. be their next Congressman. with the Sheriff’s Department
(Submit on 8.5" by 11" paper.) tunes, and the whole Village is
George Franklin and Ed to ask that they do frequent
Submissions & Articles....... Please type in caps and lower case still applauding.
Black seemingly did their best monitoring of the property
letters, double spaced, any item. On a “space available” basis. Edith Sharon
to assure the candidates that to see that “undesirables”
Deadlines........... 7th of each month (call about special problems).
aside from the dismal turnout have not taken up residence
Visit your Web site: century-village-wpb.blogspot.com there. They have assured me
Channel
and the fact they would be
addressing a virtually empty that they will check. Again, if 63 Memo
OFFICERS room their message would be
seen on Channel 63. I cannot
say if any of them asked what
you see someone on the golf
course property other than the
workers hired by the owners,
The Channel
63 lineup is as
follows:
2102 West Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33417 All UCO, Spe-
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904 the viewership of Channel 63 please notify the Sheriff’s of-
fice to check on the situation. cial and Town
Office Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm • Fri 12 noon-4pm is. One might wonder if any
Hall Meetings
thought the candidates had of The Pro-Active Committee
President: George Loewenstein appear at 56
Century Village being a major of Century Village, in con-
Vice Presidents: Frank Cornish, David Israel, minutes past
voting force was diminished junction with UCO, and with
Jerry Karpf, Bob Marshall the hour until 6
Treasurer: Dorothy Tetro by today’s fractional turnout. the owners of the golf course minutes after
Corresponding Secretary: Avis Blank Most of the presentations will be holding another Town the next hour.
Recording Secretary: Betty Lapidus both individually and collec- Hall Meeting to discuss the Odd Hours
Community Assn. Mgr.: Rodger Carver tively dealt with the issue of golf course. This is for those show Announce-
Administrative Assistant: Mary Patrick Benton health care and, of course, the residents that were unable to ments and
Office Manager: Mary Patrick Benton health care legislation now attend the October meeting. Classes.
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie Levine Stayed tuned folks. Even Hours
being considered in Congress.
Office Assistants: Sandy Levine, Maria Levy,
The election will be in Febru- Honey Sager show Clubs and
Florence Pires, Isabelle Scherel, Irv Small,
Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy ary. With supporters of the VP, Pro-Active Committee Organizations.
legislation seeking to have it The recorded
Receptionists: Sidele Bushaikin,
passed as soon as possible, it Delegate As-
Rhea Cohen, Sonia Goldberg, Natalie Hauptman,
sembly will be
Claudette LaBonte, Beverly Lyne, Marie Oliver, might be decided before the A Pleasant Surprise
Ron Massa shown for five
successful candidate takes of- I don’t know where I and days at 9:00 am
Executive Board fice. Of course there is likely
to be future action, proposed
a lot of my friends in our and 6:00 pm.
Dave Bernstein Dot Loewenstein Association got the idea that All requests
Randall Borchardt Al McLaughlin or taken, with respect to cable-TV rates were going up for your informa-
Sal Bummolo Haskell Morin health care. next year. There were rumors tion to be shown
George R. Pittell must use the
Sandy Cohen Marie Oliver of $5-10 per month increases.
Ken Davis Michael Rayber What a pleasant surprise in provided form
Another Update on the working on our 2010 budget at the UCO of-
George Franklin Joe Saponaro
Louise Gerson Phil Shapkin Golf Course to find that our cable-TV rates fice. Instruc-
As of this writing (January tions are on the
Dan Gladstone Myron Silverman were going down by about
7, 2010) I have been told by form.
Jackie Karlan Ted Silverman $5 per apartment per month,
County Code Enforcement thanks to the new contract
Syd Kronish Lori Torres A Misunderstanding
that they have been in touch with Comcast worked out by
Claudette LaBonte Jeanette Veglia Several months ago, I sub-
Olga Wolkenstein with Andrew Waldman, the the current UCO administra-
owner of the golf course, and mitted a humorous verse,
tion and the Cable-TV Com-
The United Civic Organization Reporter is published
the internal fence was installed “What Is a Crone?” It was
monthly without charge to the residents of Century Village, mittee.
on the property with a gate that printed in January’s issue of
West Palm Beach, FL. The new On-Demand chan-
The United Civic Organization, aka UCO, is a not-for-profit is chained and locked. This the Reporter. Because the
nels offer a huge selection of
organization. Its officers, directors, editors, staff, and any fence replaces the one that author is unknown to me, I
committee people are not responsible for typographical errors movies (some at cost but many
was removed by Waldman a wrote, “submitted by Rosa-
or misrepresentations in any advertisements or articles. They free), TV reruns, and music.
are not responsible and assume no liability for the content of, few months ago. This should lind Smoller.” Some readers
I love the classical music
or any opinions expressed in, any contributed articles which prevent anyone from com- interpreted “submitted” (sent
represent the author’s own opinions are not necessarily the channels (840 and 841), but
ing through the golf course in by) to mean “written by.”
opinion of UCO. Acceptance of advertising for products or whatever kind of music you
services in no way constitutes an official endorsement of property into Century Vil- I am sorry for the misunder-
like, it’s there.
the product or service. lage as long as the gate stays standing.
Lanny Howe
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7

bered for his TV performances


in Taxi and Who’s the Boss.
** Sat., Feb. 20, 7 pm — What
Your Theater a World by a Nice Jewish Girl,

Claudette
starring Wendy Liebman. She is Transportation
unexpected, known for her one
LaBonte liners and perfect timing, master Barbara Cornish
of the throwaway line.
Sun., Feb. 21, 8 pm — Cav-
endish Classics. An evening
of Lerner and Loewe’s mu-
I am writing this very late close your eyes and pretend sic, featuring romance from
on Saturday night, January 2, to the sound. They look like Let me start by wishing ev- restaurants.
Camelot, highlights from My
2010. We were all blown away the real thing. This should be eryone a happy and healthy I hope to have a bus to take
Fair Lady, Brigadoon, Gigi
by The Bronx Wanderers. The a rockin’ evening. new year! us to senior day at the South
and more. Come and be beau-
usher corps usually compiles Tue., Feb. 9, 8 pm — Tovah Since I have taken over Florida Fair. I will post at the
tifully entertained.
your comments on a show in Feldshuh. A three time Tony Transportation I have received Clubhouse, channel 63 and the
* Tue., Feb. 23, 8 pm — Give
our report, but you made it winner, three Drama Desk numerous comment sheets CV Blog, tentatively January
my regards to Broadway, the
so clear and easy for us with Awards, four Outer Critics with suggestions which I have 25, 2010. If you have a sug-
music, the stories, and magic.
words like “phenomenal,” Circle awards, the Obie and been looking into. I have gestion, please fill out a sheet
Listen to the melodious voice
“fantastic,” “outstanding” and Theater World award. How made it my business to ride at the UCO office or the ticket
of Dean Reagan, his bewitching
it goes on and on. In addition can we miss such a performer? the buses (all of them) to un- office in the Main Clubhouse.
style and comic timing.
to it being a family affair, they Be there. derstand if we can make any I want to thank President
* Sat., Feb. 27, 8 pm —
are pure talent. What a grand Thu., Feb. 11, 8 pm — Mar- improvements. The residents George Loewenstein and my
Fever…The Music of Peggy
way to begin the 2010 enter- ilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, should take advantage of our wonderful committee for help-
Lee, starring Buddy Greco
tainment. Jr. A husband and wife team bus system and use it to go to ing me in my first month as
and Lezlie Anders. A Vegas
So, as I have said many since meeting with the original the shows, malls, Publix and chairperson. o
husband and wife duo paying
times, buy for the acts you Fifth Dimension group. They tribute to Peggy Lee, known
have never seen before and be have earned platinum albums, for her sultry renditions. We
pleasantly surprised. Choose
from the following (maybe all)
for February:
been in Broadway plays, tele-
vision specials and sold out
international tours. Don’t be
are always looking for some-
thing different. Here it is. Excursion Bus Trips
Remember, don’t get
Tue., Feb. 2, 8 pm —The left out of this one. locked out. There are three Excursion Buses run Mondays & Wednesdays, every month.
Platters and the Cornell Gunter ** Sat., Feb. 13, 7 pm — shows in February that will
Coasters: A CV favorite that StringFever. From London:
you always ask to return so four musicians playing elec-
begin at 7 pm; there is no The Monday bus normally goes to Wellington Green at 9:30 a.m.
admittance after 7:10. This
come on down for a fifties tric stringed instruments in a respects both the patrons and
and returns at 1:15 p.m. This same bus makes a second trip at 10:30
night to remember. unique style show. How many the performers. a.m. to Wal-Mart, returning at 2:10 p.m.
* Sat., Feb. 6, 8 pm — The of you missed the string of last Their performances are in-
real NY Gilbert & Sullivan year? This performance is a dicated by two **.
players company with their must see. EXCEPTION: The 2nd Monday trip is to Lake Worth Beach,
One * indicates never be-
own special “little twist.” ** Tue., Feb. 16, 7 pm fore seen at CV. Give them a leaving at 9:30 a.m. and returning by 2:30 p.m. This is a big bus
* Sun., Feb. 7, 8 pm — — Tony Danza. A stage and try and make yourself some holding 48 passengers. The January trip is on February 8th.
Stayin’ Alive: one night of the screen star as well as a dancer new favorites.
Bee Gees. You won’t need to and singer, and best remem- See you at the theater. o
The Wednesday bus normally goes to CityPlace at 10 a.m. and
continues on to Gardens Mall, arriving about 10:30 a.m. This bus
CLUBHOUSE MOVIES leaves the Gardens Mall at 1:30 p.m. and picks up at CityPlace
UP (PG • 96 min) about 2 p.m.
voices of Ed Asner, Christopher Plummer
By tying thousands of balloons to his home, 78-year-old
Carl Fredricksen sets out to fulfill his lifelong dream to see EXCEPTION: The 4th Wednesday trip on January 27th
the wilds of South America. Right after lifting off, however,
he learns he isn’t alone on his journey, since Russell, a is cancelled. There will be NO excursion bus on that day.
wilderness explorer 70 years his junior, has inadvertently
become a stowaway on the trip.
Sun, 1/24, 1:45 pm; Mon, 1/25, 6:45 pm; Tue, 1/26, 1:45 pm; This 48 passenger bus is usually full, so it makes sense to arrive
Sun, 1/31, 1:45 pm; Mon, 2/01, 6:45 pm
(continued from last month) between 8:30 a.m. and 9 a.m. to be sure of getting a seat.
ADAM (PG-13 • 99 min)

Welcome Back
Hugh Dancy, Rose Byrne, Peter Gallagher, Amy Irving
Romance can be risky, perplexing and filled with the perils
of miscommunication. A story about two strangers, one a
little stranger than the other. A lonely man with Asperger’s
Syndrome develops a relationship with his upstairs neighbor.
Tue, 2/02, 1:45 pm; Thu, 2/04, 6:45 pm; Sun, 2/07, 1:45 pm;
Mon, 2/08, 6:45 pm; Tue, 2/09, 1:45 pm

PUBLIC ENEMIES (R • 140 min)

Seasonal
(rated R for adult situations)
Johnny Depp, James Russo, Christian Bale
America’s Most Wanted! The Feds try to take down notorious
American gangsters — John Dillinger, Baby Face Nelson and
Pretty Boy Floyd during a booming crime wave in the 1930s.
Sun, 2/14, 1:45 pm; Mon, 2/15, 6:45 pm; Tue, 2/16, 1:45 pm;
Thu, 2/18, 6:45 pm; Sun, 2/21, 1:45 pm

(500) DAYS OF SUMMER (PG-13 • 95 min)

Residents
Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Zooey Deschanel
Boy meets girl. Boy falls in love. Girl doesn’t. An offbeat
romantic comedy about a woman who doesn’t believe true
love exists, and the young man who falls for her.
Mon, 2/22, 6:45 pm; Tue, 2/23, 1:45 pm; Thu, 2/25, 6:45 pm;
Sun, 2/28, 1:45 pm
(to be continued next month)

NO ADMISSION TO BE CHARGED
Page 8 THE UCO REPORTER February 2010

Channel 63 Questionaire
How often do you look at
Channel 63?
______________________
The Palm Beach County Health Department Do you watch the Delegate
will be giving the H1N1 INFLUENZA Assembly?
“Swine Flu” Vaccine FREE OF CHARGE ______________________
at this location!
Do you watch the Village
Report?
Century Village ______________________
West Palm Beach Do you look for a Class or
Club?
Clubhouse
______________________
Monday, February 15, Please make any comments
10:00 am-2:00 pm or suggestions below and
return this form to either the
Pre-registration is required by February 4; please call
683-9189 between 9:00 am and 12:30 pm Monday thru UCO Office or the Clubhouse
Thursday; Noon to 3:30 pm Friday, as soon as possible, so Ticket Office
we will have adequate supplies on hand.
______________________
H1N1 Influenza “Swine Flu” Vaccine Provided ______________________
at No Charge! ______________________
This event sponsored by ______________________
CERT ______________________
Community Emergency Response Team ______________________
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February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 9

Maintenance
Jerry Karpf

Before I start my article, the UCO Reporter have the ad-


I must state our policy with vertiser prove any statements
regard to manufacturers and that they may make about
anyone who lectures at any permit fees or cost of services
maintenance meeting: that they put in any ad.
UCO and the maintenance At present, there are sev-
committee do not endorse or eral units that have had water
approve of any manufactur- damage and cannot pass in-
ers, product, or contractor. All spection because they have
opinions of any lecturer are tankless water heaters which
strictly their own and not those the building department wants
of UCO. This article cannot be replaced and rewired with a
used in any legal matter. conventional hot water tank.
I have been getting a number So be warned: If you have any
of calls about a comment that illegal wiring, water devices,
was made in the last issue of fans etc., and they are seen by
the UCO Reporter regarding a building inspector for what-
the article that Dan Gladstone ever reason, you may have a
wrote and used the plumbing big problem and will be liable
term ball cock. It is the float- for a heavy fine.
ing ball and post in the tank of Attached is a copy of a letter
your toilet which controls the from the Building Department
flow of water when the toilet is answering several questions I
flushed. When, over time, the had asked with regard to tank-
Building Department will return and finish the lecture that they were unable to finish last month.
ball breaks off due to rusting, less water heaters. Please pay
Everyone should attend this meeting.
water starts to run uncontrol- attention to this letter. It tells
Reminder: class on Thursday, February 4 — sign up in advance.
lably, causing the tank to flow you about all the problems
Meeting on Tuesday, February 9 — everyone welcome. o
over and causing much of the with tankless water heaters
water damage that has accrued and how they can possibly
in many apartments. This part start a fire. There is one part
should be checked out at least of this letter where I wanted
twice a year. A gentle reminder clarification. I again contacted
to all associations to sign Mr. Gathright and asked how
up to have the water cutoff a handful of tankless water
valves installed as soon as pos- heaters passed inspection. His
sible, because our pipes have answer was that those heaters
reached their life expectancy were of much lower amps and
and it should be done before meet code, even though they
the season is over. don’t heat water very well.
There have been comments Other tankless water heaters
about other methods to shut off that have been found run on
the water in an apartment. The higher amps and will not com-
problem with these methods is ply with code because they
that they are flawed because will produce an extra load on
putting a valve at the line by existing wires, which could
the water heater does not shut lead to causing a fire. I ask
down the water pressure in the you, is it worth having one?
line to a unit. The next method At our December 3 meeting,
would have you shutting down Mr. Bill Raphan, the Ombuds-
five or six valves to shut down man from the Department of
the water instead of shutting Condominium, Land Sales
one valve that is right outside and Mobile Homes, talked
the unit. There was an ad in about how elections in Condo-
the paper saying that a person minium Associations should
could install a valve by the be conducted in a step by step
water tank for a $20 permit approach. On Thursday, Feb-
fee. I had called permit dept ruary 4, he will again be with
and was informed that there is us, giving a class on responsi-
no such thing as a $20 permit bilities of board members to an
to install a valve. association. Please sign up for
I would like to see a copy this class at the guard station
of this so-called $20 permit to in the clubhouse.
install a valve. Anyone who Our next Maintenance
would like to check this info Committee meeting will be
could call Mr. Joe Kajak, the on Tuesday, February 9 at 10
head plumbing inspector at the a.m. in Room C of the club-
Building Department. From house. This meeting is open
now on, I am requesting that to everyone. People from the
Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER February 2010
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 11

Attention
CV Welcomes 2010 their own food and beverages.
Urgent: Century Continued from Page 1 Some even had their delicacies
Village Condo The Usher Corps, also attired delivered to the party room.
in the latest fashions, performed Pete Terri and his musical
Owners Need to
Newcomers
a most commendable service for marvels played a variety of
Support SB 780! all the party goers. They collect- tunes from rumba to boogie,
Foreclosure ed tickets at the door, escorted much to the delight of the
the attendees to their numbered swinging couples performing
Proceedings/Payment
of Fees
table, and provided any and all
assistance when needed.
their fancy footwork.
As the clock struck mid-
Condo documents include Bylaws, Dec-
Dear Century Village
Owners,
We need to make sure
The Usher staff for the eve-
ning party included Claudette
LaBonte, Natalie Hauptman
night, everyone tooted their
horns, shouted loudly, and laration of Condominium and Amend-
sang along with the band as
that Senate Bill 780, filed
by Senator Evelyn Lynn,
(chairperson for the event),
Joe Favorito, Isabelle Scherel,
they played Auld Lang Syne,
hugging and kissing those
ments. All new unit owners, at closing,
will pass through the
Legislature and will be
Cynthia Kronish, Sam Sut-
ker, Shirley Brevitch, Sandy
close to them, and drinking
special toasts to the New Year. are to receive a set of these documents
signed by the Governor! Levine, Nada Tauber, and More dancing and tooting con-
This bill, in short, de- Marilyn Perroni.
Noted in the audience was
tinued well after midnight, and
the band played on.
from the seller, or obtain reimbursement
mands that banks and
mortgage companies are
liable for Association
UCO President George Loew-
enstein and wife Dot, as well
No one wanted to leave. It
was a night to remember — a for the approximate cost cost of replace-
as UCO Vice President Frank happy New Year welcomed
fees owed by units from
the day of the filing for
Cornish and wife Barbara.
The party goers brought
with a prediction for a good
year to come. o
ment. They can be obtained from any
foreclosure. The bill pro-
vides for retroactive ap- title company for a fee.
plication.
See full text here:
http://www.ccfj.net/
(((((( Any questions? Ask UCO.
PB10SB780.html
We heard in the last PRINCIPLES OVER POLITICS
few months many com- MY NAME IS PHYLLIS RICHLAND. FOR THOSE OF YOU THAT HAVE
plaints from owners and
board members demand-
NEVER MET ME, I WAS A VICE PRESIDENT OF UCO FOR FOUR YEARS.
ing reforms because the PRIOR TO THAT, I WAS A MEMBER OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD
many foreclosed units are AND I WAS ON MANY COMMITTEES. I WAS ONE OF THE FOUNDING
causing serious budget MEMBERS OF OUR CERT GROUP AND I ALSO CHAIRED THE LIFT
deficits and increases of
Association fees, hurting COMMITTEE. I HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN UCO AND CENTURY VIL-
all owners. LAGE FOR OVER TEN YEARS. THE HEALTH AND WELL BEING OF
Write Senator Lynn a THE ELDERLY HERE HAS ALWAYS BEEN MY MAIN GOAL. I HAVE
thank-you note for fil-
ing SB 780. Make sure
ORGANIZED HEALTH FAIRS AND HELPED FAMILY MEMBERS CON-
you say how much this NECT WITH ORGANIZATIONS THAT MADE IT EASIER FOR THEIR EL-
bill is needed to protect DERLY.
the financial sanity of
our Community Asso- TWO YEARS AGO, I TOOK A SABBATICAL FOR PERSONAL REASONS,
ciations. AND NOW I WANT TO REJOIN UCO AS VICE PRESIDENT AND SERVE
Here is Senator Lynn’s THE VILLAGE ONCE MORE.
email address: lynn.ev-
elyn.web@flsenate.gov I CAN ASSURE YOU STEADY LEADERSHIP IN TIMES OF CHANGE. I
And write Senate Presi- AM A TESTED LEADER AND MY INTEGRITY COUNTS.
dent Jeff Atwater that
this bill is desperately IF I WIN, YOU WIN!!!
needed and that it is time
to stop protecting banks
I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR CONSIDERATION. THANK YOU.
at the expense of owners.
Banks got bail-out mon- PHYLLIS RICHLAND
ey; our Associations did
not! Tell Senator Atwater
that he has to stop killing
bills that will help our
Associations. He wants
to be Florida’s next Chief
Financial Officer. Let him
know how strongly you
feel about this issue!
His email address:
atwater.jeffrey.web@
flsenate.gov
We must act now be-
fore the 2010 Legislative
session begins!
Lilly Roberts
Page 12 THE UCO REPORTER February 2010

MY HELP TO PEOPLE STARTED IN THE OLD COUNTRY

1993-94.

Chief of Police - good citizenship award


Minister of Internal Defense
Dan Gladstone was the head of the Benevolent Police Association
in the County of Herziliya District in Israel from 1981 until 1990
Police work
Zahal, IDF, years outstanding service 25 years
U.S. Achievements in the next issue.

Dan, ex wife Pamela, daughter Karen, boyfriend Saul, son Allon, wife
Ronit at the Brio restaurant in Palm Beach Gardens on January 5, 2010.

I have always been a person that cared about other people and did my best to assist them, before I came
to the United States and since then.
I am a dedicated and responsible person and will do my very best to continue to work for the betterment of
the residents of Century Village.
Not a day goes by that I do not receive at least five “Thank Yous” from residents that I have helped in various
ways. My “shoe box” overflows with letters of appreciation and my voice mail is full with messages of gratitude.
In the next issue of the UCO Reporter, I will list all that I have accomplished for the residents of Century
Village over the last 12 years.
I ask for your support in voting for me to be the next UCO President. Thank you.

Dan Gladstone for UCO President


February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 13

Classified Ads
Classified ads are printed
+ + + + +
on a space available basis.
Ads should be submitted by
the seventh of the month in
which they are to appear.
Articles must be resubmitted
every month if they are to be
repeated.
All Classified ads must be
on a full sheet of paper (8½ x
11). Scraps of paper will not
be accepted.
All items submitted must
Dave Israel
include name and address of
contributor. Name and ad-
dress will not be printed; this MY PLEDGE TO YOU AS UCO PRESIDENT
is for our information. The

Reorganization: to save cost and run


Classified ads are a service
for UCO members only.

Estate sale

Golf’s Edge, 2nd fl, furn ACH,


More efficiently.
new WH, scr porch, steps to
pool, Temple, East Gate, CH,
rentable bldg. BO. Sacrifice —
To listen: to listen to your needs
516-640-6701

For Sale by Owner


without interfering and to help when
Must be seen: 2 BR, 1½ ba, needed.
2nd fl cnr, brand new tile baths,
brand new CA, brand new
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and tile throughout, will pay
all closing costs! Call owner
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them with dignity and respect
Very lg size 2/2 renov, tile fls,
CAC, hurr shuts, 2 fans, lux
I serve you as UCO President by being of you and
furn. $78,000 negot — 786-
473-2682; 561-478-6564 for you. Service to this community is the
Oxford, SE cnr, 2 BR w/2 hallmark of my presidency
wndoed baths, wndoed kit
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throughout, by appt — 686-
6372.
I AM ASKING FOR YOUR VOTE
Andover C, cnr 1st fl, 2 BR/2
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Canterbury D, 1/1 gr fl, un-


furn, encl patio, hurr shuts.
$15,000 — 662-0754

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baths and tile fls, lg encl patio
w/access to patio fr BR and
Continued on Page 36
Page 14 THE UCO REPORTER February 2010

From the Desk of


State
What’s Your The Reader’s
Corner

Responsibility?
Representative
Lenore Velcoff
Mark S. Pafford

Building a Culture of
Educational Achievement
and a Lifetime of Learning
The State of Florida’s edu-
throughout Florida. Please
visit www.myfloridaprepaid.
com for more information or
to enroll.
Association Presi- The Help, Kathryn Stock-
ett’s New York Times bestsell-
ing debut, is as foreign and
unknown to me as was the
She certainly describes some
of the contradictions of the
times though, when violence
and hatred were a given, but

dents are responsi-


cational system is composed The importance of building
story of the Chinese “picture so were love and compassion
of local school boards, county- a culture of lifelong learning
bride” in Honolulu. It is the on both sides of the story. The
administered public schools, for all Floridians is critical
story of a white woman in characters were fully devel-
private and parochial schools, to our future economy. A
Mississippi in the l960s who oped and the story superb.
public and private colleges highly skilled and educated

ble for making sure


helps a group of black maids “There is no trickier subject
and universities, and the Flor- workforce will attract jobs.
tell their stories. for a writer from the South
ida Department of Education, Our public libraries are a
Stockett writes this book than that of affection between a
whose mission is to improve wonderful resource, and Royal
through the eyes of two of the black person and a white one in
academic achievement from Palm Beach just celebrated
maids, Aibileen and Minny, the unequal world of segrega-

that copies of the


pre-kindergarten through the the grand re-opening of their
and Skeeter the proper South- tion,” wrote Howell Raines.
community college level. renovated and expanded
ern miss, prosperous, edu- I believe Ms. Stockett
When I visit area schools, I branch! Also, the Palm Beach
cated and idle. It is told in the showed courage in telling this
am always impressed with the County School District
first person present tense and story of black women who are
enthusiasm of students in my offers adult and community

UCO Reporter are


brings to life characters that complex, strong, moral, intel-
district and throughout Florida! education classes for a
are sympathetic and real. Each ligent, funny, with emotional
The standardized FCAT, nominal fee. Please visit www.
of the many relationships be- depth and vulnerability. She
currently administered to pbceducator.net to learn more
tween the large cast, from the also describes some of the
students in grades 3-11, of- about these classes, in subjects
society women of Jackson to white women with all their

distributed when
fers only a snapshot of a stu- from finance and computers to
their black “help”, is told with frailties and “scabs.” She ex-
dent’s ability. House Bill 473, English and the arts. o
a blend of rage and humor. plores the viewpoints of others
sponsored by Representative
The author writes some of unlike herself. Whether it is an

V
Dwight Bullard (D-Miami),
the chapters in the speech and accurate portrayal only some
calls for replacing the FCAT
dialect of her black women. Southerners can say. The Help

they are published.


with comprehensive end-of-
Not being from the South at is surely different from most
year exams. These tests would
that time, I cannot vouch for books you will read. You will
expand school accountability
the accuracy of this depiction. laugh, gasp, cheer and cry. o
by focusing on the entirety of
a student’s scholastic achieve-
ment throughout the year and
consider subjects that the
FCAT does not, such as civics,
geography, world history and
the humanities. If Rep. Bul-
lard’s bill becomes law, its re-
forms would be implemented
by the 2014-2015 school year.
Here is a snapshot of progress
in my district, as well as the fu-
ture challenges: 65 percent of
schools in District 88 are rated
as “A” schools; 24 percent are
rated as “B;” and 12 percent
of schools are rated as “C”
schools.  Overall, District 88
rates are better than statewide
averages. However, I believe
we can do better. Schools with
poor ratings continue to be
punished annually, which is
bad for students, for teachers,
and for Florida’s future.
As the father of a 17 year-
old-daughter, I am concerned
with the ever-increasing
expense of a college education.
Currently, 5,545 students from
District 88 are enrolled in
higher education under the
Florida Prepaid College Plan.
This plan offers parents a
financially sound and tax-free
way to save for college and can
be used at 11 public universities
and 28 community colleges
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 15

Recreation Snorkel Club


Sandy
at the Palm Beach Tennis Club
across Haverhill Rd. and all
residents are welcome to come
Sailing Wynn watch the action. We have en-
tered two men’s teams in the
Stamps in
Gail Dinner at the Golden Corral
Fei in December was fun and we Palm Beach Senior Doubles the News
Welcome to the Sail Club
were quite a crowd. Sitting with League (in Levels 2 and 6)
with play commencing about
Syd Kronish
new and old friends in a special
news! We are so proud of our area made it all the nicer. Then 11am on Thursdays through
new dock area beautification off to enjoy the holiday display mid March. Our schedules are
and we owe a big thank you to at Hoffman’s Chocolate Shoppe posted on the bulletin board at
WPRF for making our area so our Tennis Center. The League What’s ahead for the 2010 45 th Division newspaper as
in Lake Worth. Unfortunately,
neat and attractive. The Club Standings will be reported in stamp program? well as the monthly Stars and
as soon as the caravan arrived,
members are again ready to my next article. Let’s take an exciting look Stripes.
the sky opened up. At least the
hoist the sails and begin a new Any resident wishing to join at a few items for 2010 releas- Two women who gained
inside of the shop was a wonder
season of exciting activities! the Tennis Club should contact es by the U.S. Postal Services. universal recognition for their
with the aroma of chocolate and
The kick-off to the Fall Race Tom Speerin, our Tennis Cen- We already reported the performances in the 20th cen-
every type and shape imaginable
Series began November 3rd at ter Director, at the Somerset stamp hailing the Winter tury, Kate Smith and Kather-
available. In spite of the down-
1:00 p.m. and was followed by Courts on weekday mornings. Olympics to be held Febru- ine Hepburn, will be shown on
pour, we did have a good time.
our monthly Pot Luck Dinner Dues for this year has been set ary 12-28 in Vancouver, B.C. separate stamps this summer.
On Tuesday, January 5, we
at Somerset Pool at 5:30 p.m. at $8 per member. Club shirts Canada. Featured was an Kate Smith, the celebrated
had a Pot Luck Supper with
Many snowbirds have return and visors are also available airborne snowboarder against songstress and entertainer,
the sailing club at Somerset
from their summer hiatus in for purchase. You can make a backdrop of a snow-capped gained additional fame with
pool at 5:30 p.m. There was
the north and are very happy arrangements for tennis les- mountain, and is being issued her rendition of God Bless
a snorkeling trip on Sunday,
to be part of the Century Navy sons, and a practice court with January 22. America, written by Irving
January 10. The trip to snor-
again. ball machine can be used to The 2010 line-up is an Berlin. The song has been
kel with the manatees will
On December 1st at 5:30 improve your skills. o exciting and variable one. called the nation’s second
be on February 2, 3 and 4 at
p.m., there was a Pot Luck A tribute to the revered and national anthem. Katherine
Crystal River. Must call for
and Pool Party at the Som- popular Mother Teresa, who Hepburn will receive the 2010
reservations at the motel and

T
erset Pool. These dinners are received the Nobel Peace Prize “Legends of Hollywood”
dive shop.
highly successful and not to be in 1979 for her humanitarian honor with a stamp that shows
The club carries a nice line
missed! work with the poor and suf- her portrait. Her popularity
of sports clothing and differ-
The Annual Breakfast and fering of various parts of the was welcomed in a variety of
ent types of head coverings
Installation of Officers was world is on the agenda. She roles in 40 films, many with
with our snorkel logo. Our
held on Sunday, January 17, was named an honorary U.S. Spencer Tracy, her co-star.
meetings are the third Friday
2010 in the Clubhouse. At the citizen in appreciation for her We will be informing you
of each month at 10 a.m. in
Annual Breakfast the new of- dedication to her lifelong work in greater detail about these
the Main Clubhouse in Room
ficers for 2010 were installed. for the less fortunate. stamps as well as many others
A. Come join us and be with
They are: Commodore Ray WPRF Sports fans will welcome the on the 2010 schedule. o
a great group of happy people.
Mullen, Vice Commodore For more information on the Continued from Page 3 recognition of the Negro Base-
Ron Helms, Rear Commodore

.
trips, call Judy Malizia at 716- ball League, which operated
Horst Fei, Scribe Helga Lieb, policy to our Staff Office, ID from 1920-1960. Honored were
697-4350. Office or Administrative Of-
and Treasurer Fina Cucalon. a group of remarkable athletes
The Winter Race Series fice for clarification. ever to play in this sport — but
started Tuesday January 5th and Tennis As reported in one of my were denied the opportunity to
will run for seven weeks. Jerry earlier articles, some of our participate in the major leagues,
Every first Tuesday of the Goldberg residents are still making until Jackie Robinson broke the
month will be a Pot Luck photocopies of their WPRF color line with the Brooklyn
supper at the Somerset Pool I would first like to wish ID cards and attempting to Dodgers in 1947.
at 5:30 p.m. There will be a all our Tennis Club members use these copies to gain admit- “Cowboys of the Silver
luncheon in February at the a very happy New Year. Our tance through the gates and/or Screen” is the title of a set of
Golden Corral; check the bul- breakfast meeting at the Som- to WPRF facilities. Whenever four stamps honoring a quar-
letin board for details. erset Tennis Center last month a photocopied ID is presented, tet of heroes of the American
Our Dock Attendant/Sailing was very well attended. A our guards are instructed to West in early film roles. The
Instructor, Helga Lieb, will be number of new cans of balls confiscate that photocopy

.
honorees are: William S. Hart,
happy to help new sailors and were given out to the happy and return it to our ID office. Tom Mix, Gene Autry, and
is on duty Tuesday-Friday from winners of our raffle. The WPRF then maintains a record Roy Rogers. Memories of
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday Club members reelected Alan of those who have chosen to these saddled experts will live
from 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Card- Cutler to another term as our use their own photocopied forever. These stamps will be
holding sailors may use the President. Rhoda Nadel was ID card(s) as part of that released in April.
buddy system and sail when chosen as our new V.P. and resident’s permanent record, “Sunday Funnies” shows
Helga is not at the dock, by Chris Mohanty will remain and repeat offenders will face a stamped pane of cartoon
going to the office, getting the our Secretary. Les Rivkin has a period of suspension from characters — Archie, Beetle
key, and returning it when you accepted the position of Trea- WPRF facilities. I strongly Bailey, Dennis the Menace,
and your buddy are finished. surer in my place. urge every resident to refrain Garfield, Calvin and Hobbes.
Check the bulletin board for A number of comments from this practice, and simply Their humorous antics were
dates and photos of Club Mem- were made regarding the present the WPRF-issued ID appreciated by young and old
bers enjoying each other’s dreadful state of those tennis card when requested to do so. to start off the week with a big
courts which were not resur- Our staff is hard at work

.
company. Happy Sails to You! laugh. July is the date for this

p
faced last year. Cracks and making your WPRF facilities issuance.
sinkholes are creating danger- as efficient, clean and well- Carrying on the funny side
ous playing conditions for our maintained as possible. Please is a stamp featuring America’s
players and guests. We are look for new improvements to favorite cartoonist of World
hoping that UCO and WPRF our outdoor furniture, the ten- War II, Bill Mauldin. Bill’s
will address this issue before nis courts and Picnic Island, to work was dedicated to a pair
someone is seriously injured. name a few, as we work on the of G.I. soldiers, Willie and Joe,
Our tennis teams have 2009-10 budgeted projects. in various funny situations
arranged to play our home Happy New Year to all of with serious backgrounds. His
matches on the “soft courts” you, and be well. o cartoons were published in the
Page 16 THE UCO REPORTER February 2010
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 17

The World of ary 7: Jonathan Dickinson


To all Nature
State Park, seven to nine mile
(Mary, 561-391-7942). Feb-
Arts & Presidents, By Edythe Pekin
One of the best outdoor
ruary 13-16: Ocean to Lake
Trail Day Hikes, seven to nine
Entertainment experiences is the Free Ev- mile (Bea, 561-968-4864) or
Irv Rikon Board erglades Day at the Arthur
H. Marshall Loxahatchee
a challenging five day hike
from February 13-17 (Fred,
Members National Wildlife Refuge. It
will be on Saturday, Febru-
561-585-6386). For more info
and other hikes, visit www.
ary 6, All Day. U.S 441 (State
Theater Review: plight of people just struggling and Unit Road 7), two miles south of
floridatrail.org Loxahatchee
Chapter.
Copenhagen at Palm Beach to stay alive. Boynton Beach Blvd. Parking Blowing Rocks Preserve
Dramaworks
Michael Frayn’s award-
Obviously, this is a play
for sophisticated audiences.
Owners: half a mile south at Monte’s
Packaging — Shuttle Bus to
(Nature Conservancy), 574
South Beach Road, Hobe Sound
winning drama, Copenhagen, Yet everyone can marvel at There has been Park. Free for all. For more 561-744-6668. They have an
is surely one of the most intel- the cast. Colin McPhillamy info, call 561-734-8303. interesting schedule of lectures
lectually stimulating and chal- as Niels Bohr and Christopher a rash of ads, Science For Seniors con- and exhibits in the Hawley Edu-
lenging plays I have ever seen. Oden as Werner Heisenberg tinues at Okeeheelee Nature cation Center free to the public.
And the acting at Palm Beach actually appear to be the two
notices and Center, Forest Hill Blvd. Feb- Lectures are from 2 to 3 p.m.
ruary 2, 9:30 am, Predator-
Dramaworks in West Palm men they portray onstage. cards being Prey Relationships. February
The Preserve Area has a $2.00
entrance fee (free for Nature
Beach, where it runs through Both are worthy of Carbonell
January 31, would seem to be Awards as Best Actor, the placed on our 16, Pine Flatwood Ecology.
Excellent Instructor, Terrific
Conservancy members).
peerless. highest award South Florida Mounts Botanical Gar-
At the outset, the playwright bestows on performers. Eliza- bulletin boards Information, Wonderful Set- dens, 531 N. Military Trail,
establishes the fact the three beth Dimon has a relatively ting. Call 233-1400 for Reg- WPB, 233-1757. Two work-
onstage characters are dead. small role here, acting as a
from unlicensed istration and Fees. shops are being offered in
Florida Trail Associa- February: Saturday, Febru-
But the play is based on an ac-
tual historical event that took
kind of buffer between the
men. But then again, Ms.
contractors ad- tion has great short and long ary 6, Beguiling Begonias,
place in Copenhagen, Den- Dimon has already received vertising their hikes. Saturday, February 6: and Saturday, February 20,
mark, in 1941, when physicist a number of Carbonells. J. John Prince Park, two to four Growing and Using Herbs in
Niels Bohr and his wife Mar- Barry Lewis’ direction is a services. mile morning walk (Paul, South Florida. Please call for
grethe welcomed to their home marvel of minimalism. Three 963-9906). Sunday, Febru- registration and fees. o
another physicist, Werner chairs and two columns are all Remember! Nev-
Heisenberg, a German Jew. that are onstage besides the

P P P
This was during World War actors, yet Mr. Lewis keeps
er hire any
Two, when Denmark was oc- the people constantly yet un- contractor,
cupied by Nazi Germany. Both obtrusively moving, creating
the Western Allies, notably the the effect of both intimacy and electrician,
United States and the United distance. Kudos to the entire
Kingdom, were searching for technical crew. or any handyman
weapons that would defeat If the subject matter even
the other side, searching for remotely appeals to you, see without first
answers that ultimately would this. You’ll think about it for seeing their
lead to the development of the a long time to come, which is
atomic bomb. not true of all theatrical expe- license and a
What renders the play bril- riences. (For tickets and addi-
liant is the manner in which tional information, telephone copy of their
Mr. Frayn interweaves op- 514-4042 or online: www.
posing physics theories and palmbeachdramaworks.org.) insurance. Re-
the personalities of complex I do have a cautionary note
human beings who have con- to add: On the night I attended
member, unli-
flicting ideas of patriotism and
moral responsibility into one
this performance, I and per-
haps thirteen or fourteen other
censed people,
engrossing story. The two men people parked in a corner lot who do plumbing
once worked in collaboration. virtually next door to the
But now, why is the German theater. No attendant was on or electrical
visiting the Dane? What did he duty. When we emerged from
hope to gain from his friend? the theater, we found that our work without a
Or are they, were they ever car had been booted, blocks
truly friends? And when the put on the front wheels so we
permit, could
Second World War has ended could not move the vehicles. cause floods or
— for the play carries them Someone came to take off the
along through the develop- blocks enabling us to drive fires and oth-
ment of the Bomb and beyond away, but that little bit of nasty
— how do they look back business cost each of us $65. er problems in
upon what they have wrought? Apparently, the theater has
Along the way, there is abun- passes of one kind or another your building.
dant discussion of quantum to bypass this problem. Ask at You will be held
physics, wave theory and the the box office. o
responsible

<<<<<<
for any prob-
lems that unli-
censed workers
may cause.
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471-9929. Mardi Gras Casino on Feb 15, St. Mary’s cancer kids; we
Organization News Mar 15 and Apr 19. Contact raised $1,700. May God bless
Please note!!! DO NOT night and more. New activi- Century Village Orchestra: GiGi at 689-6092. you all!
resubmit dates for events ties are being planned (incl We practice every Mon, 1:15-
already appearing in Orga- Morikami Museum). To join, 3:45, in the CH, Room C (Oct Hadassah, Judith Epstein Merry Minstrels: Meet Thurs,
nization News unless there email Lynn at lynnsevan@aol. 26-Mar 20). We play 3 con- Chapter at CVWPB: Meets 10:00-11:00 am, Music Room
is a correction. com or call 689-1907. certs each year. We welcome 3rd Wed at 11:45 am for mini- B. We are a group who enjoy
all pros and amateurs who en- lunch, 12:30 meeting at Cong singing at various nursing
Amit Rishona Chapter: B’nai B’rith Century: We joy playing with a group. We Anshei Sholom. Suzanne, homes. We’re looking for new
Meets every 2nd Tue w/colla- meet every 4th Sun, 9:30 am, at would like to add a conductor, 686-4241. members, so if you enjoy mu-
tion at 12 noon and meeting Anshei Sholom. Admission is more violins, violas, cellos, sic, contact GiGi at 689-6092;
at 1:00 pm at Aitz Chaim. free to members ($3 to guests). bass, bassoons and percus- Holocaust Survivors of the the feeling of giving joy to
Upcoming: Mar 7, annual din- Activities: Feb 28, a look at sion players to our orchestra. Palm Beaches: Meet 2nd Wed, others is so rewarding.
ner (Jeanne 688-9455, Anita the projected new facilities Rickie, 683-0869. 9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom.
686-9083). of Morse Geriatric. FMI, Dr. On Feb 11, we return to regu- Mind Spa: Meets 1st and 3rd
Levy @ 478-6865. Century Village Symphony lar meets. In Mar, it’s a Purim Thu (till Apr 1st) at 3:00 pm in
Anshei Sholom Orchestra Annual Concert: Party. In Apr, it’s Yom-Hashoa. CH CR A or B. All are invited
Congregation Anshei Sho- Brooklyn U.S.A.: Will meet We will perform The Poet Kathy, 689-0393. for in-depth discussions of sig-
lom will hold a Shabbat Din- in the Party Room. Coming and Peasant Overture, Con- nificant issues. Contact Allan
ner on Friday, February 19 at 6 events: Feb 28, annual lun- certino for Piano in A Minor, Irish-American Cultural at 587-3602.
pm. A special Shabbat Service cheon/dance (contact Flor- The Russian Sailors’ Dance, Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in
will be performed by the Sis- ence, 688-0251); Mar 16-18, El Relicario, And the Angels CH, 2:00 pm, Room C. For Na’Amat USA (Pioneer
terhood including our Choir. 3 day/2 nite trip to Key West Sing, New World Symphony info, call Robert, 917-704- Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00
Complete Shabbat Dinner. (contact Rose, 683-1564). (4th Movement) and selections 0223. pm, at Cypress Lakes Audi-
Reservations by February 12; All other info, contact Steve, from The Phantom of the Op- torium for mini-lunch and
call Temple at 684-3212. 242-0481. era and My Fair Lady on Thu, Italian-American Culture interesting programs, guests
Purim musical play, Boy- Mar 13, 8:00 pm at the CH Club: Bowling at Verdes are always welcome. Com-
chicks and Maidelach (Guys Canadian Club: Meets 4 th Theatre. Tickets are on sale Lanes starting at 9:00. Join ing events: Jan 28, paidup
and Dolls), on Saturday, Feb- Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00 now at the ticket office. your friends for a morning of membership luncheon at Palm
ruary 27, 6:45 pm, featuring pm. Membership open to all. fun. Fran, 616-3314. Beach Country Club, we will
the Anshei Sholom Players. Lots of great activities. Betty, Chit Chat Group: We meet be having a very lavish buf-
Reservations necessary; call 684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; every 1st and 3rd Tue, 2:00-3:00 Jewish War Veterans Post fet — members are welcome.
684-3212 or Rae 478-3221. Madelaine, 684-5595. pm, card room of main CH. #501: Meets 1 st Sun, An- Call Joyce, 684-7391; Feb 16,
Men’s Club: A day at the We intend to engage you in shei Sholom. Breakfast at annual potluck and card party,
ball park — Mets vs. Marlins, Century Village Baby Boom- conversation, friendship and 9:00; meeting at 9:30; meets we are known for our fabulous
Monday, March 8, 2010, Rog- er Club: We are looking for- fun. Topics are general and from Sep to May with guest luncheon, delicious food pre-
er Dean Stadium in Jupiter. We ward to see old friends (born deal with stress, nutrition and speakers. Activities include pared by our board. Members
will have lodge box seats. Car between 1946-64) as we share how to cope, and jokes. The servicing VA patients. Ralph, all welcome, get your group
pool to be arranged. Contact memories of that era. Join us program is free. Led by Rhoda 689-1271; Howard, 478-2780. together for cards, mahjong or
Sol Beck, 684-5944, to reserve monthly, 3:00 pm, CH CR of the Senior Lunch Bunch just a nice chat with friends.
your tickets. C. Tune in to Channel 63 for program at the JCC; call her Jewish War Veterans Post Call Rhoda, 478-8559.
Congregation Anshei Sho- more info, and call Lynn at at 686-0835. #520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks
lom will have two adult edu- 689-1907. Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Con- OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal-
cation courses which began in Christian Club: We meet 1st tinental breakfast at 9:00, Seniors): Come to our meets
November. Century Village Bowling Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of followed by general meeting. every 2nd Mon, 3:00 pm, Party
Sara Farkas, an Israeli na- League: Jan 2010, our 2 nd CH. Bowling every Mon, 9:30 Come as our guest and see Room; see what we have
tive and member of the con- half of the season just started. am, Verdes Tropicana. Other what we’re all about! Walt, planned.
gregation, leads the course in You can join us for the rest of events: Feb 23, picnic at Dyer 478-6521; Phil, 686-2086.
conversational Hebrew. Sara the season. The 1st half ended Park; Mar 3, hoagie party after Philadelphia Club: Meets 2nd
is an accomplished teacher. w/a tie for 1st place — a play- the meeting. Jewish War Veterans Ladies Tue, 12:30 pm, Aitz Chaim.
Those members of the con- off will follow with team #7 Auxiliary Post #520: Meets All welcome. For more info,
gregation who took the course (Steve Mussman, Letty McK- Deborah Hospital Founda- 3 rd Mon at The Classic. A call Sylvia, 683-5224. The
last year were very impressed ay, Bernie Kaufman, Steve tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other continental breakfast is served agenda: Jan 31, Maltz The-
by the caliber of the teaching. Schoenbrun) and #2 (Jack Pos- mo in CH Party Room, 11:00 at 9:00 am, followed by our ater, La Cage Aux Folles and
No prior knowledge of He- ner, Beverly Melendez, Henry am. Call Bea 688-9478, Claire meeting. Our efforts go to dinner (call Sylvia); Feb 13,
brew is required. Stern, Sam Rosen). For info, 684-5659, Marge 687-3991 creating welcome kits for the Flamingo Gardens (call Elaine
Rabbi Michael Korman call Sam Rosen, 478-3079. for info on our special Holland veterans at the VA Center at 615-6697); Feb 18, paidup
leads a course entitled “Great America Westerdam Southern Military Trail and various po- membership lunch; Feb 21,
Jewish Thinkers: Their Impact Century Village Computer Caribbean Cruise Jan 24-31; sitions at the Center. We find the dog track (call Lois 683-
on Judaism.” Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu, call Michele 561-914-8659 our volunteer work helpful and 3884).
Rabbi Korman, the spiritual Nov-Apr (1st Thu only rest of or 800-741-9429 to reserve rewarding and welcome new
leader of the congregation, year), 1:00 pm in CR 103, and a cabin. members. Dorothy, 478-6521. Yiddish Advanced Reading
is an experienced education incl 30 min Q&A, biz portion, Group: Menke Katz Reading
administrator and college pro- presentation, 50/50 and door Duplicate Bridge at Hast- Knights of Pythias: You are Circle invites readers to join
fessor. prizes. Arrive by 12:15 if ings Clubhouse: Every Mon invited to join Palm Beach group headed by Troim Han-
Both courses will run to March, you wish to join, renew your at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00 Rainbow Lodge #203, meet dler. Currently reading Night
on Monday mornings at the Tem- membership, or register for pm. If you need a partner, 2nd and 4th Mon at North Coun- by Elie Wiesel in Yiddish.
ple. They are free to members only free hands-on classes. call Mimi, 697-2710, leave ty Senior Center, Northlake Meetings are twice a month
(non-members pay). message. Blvd. We welcome new mem- in private homes. Troim, 684-
For further information, Century Village Gun Club: bers, duals, reinstatements and 8686.
contact the Temple office any Meets 2nd Tue, 7:00 pm, Class- Evangelical Christian Net- transferees from out of state.
weekday morning 684-3212. room B. You don’t have to working Club: Meets 1st Fri, We are a fraternal brotherhood WOW: All welcome to the
own a weapon. Everything is 6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH. fostering the credo of friend- following: Jan 21, Coconut
Baby Boomers Club: Our free. This fall, we have a great We share relevant info among ship, charity, benevolence. Creek Casino, free play, buffet
season is off to an exciting lineup of speakers. We were ourselves and with our com- Mike, 615-0218. lunch, trans, etc.; Mar 8, trip to
start. We picnicked on Duck sponsored by Humana Insur- munity. Dee, 827-8748; Steve, Mets/Marlins spring training
Island; visited Busch Wildlife ance for free range time at the 389-5300. Latin American Club: Thank game at Roger Dean Stadium
Sanctuary and Delray Beach Gator Gun Center on Sep 9. you all for supporting our in Jupiter (no bus trans); Mar
Art Festival; enjoyed game Ladies are invited. George, GiGi’s Group: Trip to the Nov 8 dance, benefiting the Continued on Page 20
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 19

Classified
Continued from Page 14
mirr closets and lam shelving,
new flooring. $750 per mo —
688-7979
List of UCO Committees & Chairs
LR; bldg is next to pool, lg LR
and CR. $50,000 — 615-9909 Sheffield P: 1/1½, new CT,
HWH, stove and paint, unfurn,
As of December 30, 2009
Sale or Rent bot fl, empty and ready to
move into, also for sale. $600 Committee.......................................................Chair
Sussex 1/1 upper w/scenic per mo — 704-634-0903 cel;
screened-in balcony, furn or 704-333-3845 fax
unfurn. Make offer — 697-
Advisory........................................Randall Borchardt
Swap Unit
Beautification........................................Sandy Cohen
2390

Oxford 300, 1st fl 2/2 unit, Sussex, 1½ lower, we desire

Benches & Signs.................................Haskell Morin


furn, tile, new WD, encl pat, 1½ upper in 2 story bldg, flex-
wtrvw, CAC and heat, no pets. ible — 917-705-4075
Rent $800/mo, sale $60,000
OBO — 471-6657 Misc

Giant garage sale, Sat, Jan


Cable...................................................... David Israel
CERT....................................................Jackie Karlan
Gr fl, cnr, walk to CH, twin
beds, 1/1½ ba, new AC, lg 23, 2010, 8 am-2 pm, lots of
tiled LR, fully furn. Marked vendors, Dover gazebo —
478-9526
Channel 63................................................Ken Davis
down from $62,000 to $48,000
— 686-6854
Moving sale: Thomasville

Community Relations.........................Ted Silverman


Furn 1/1½, 2nd fl, many many coffee table, new solid oak,
extras, incl 53” TV. Red drasti- 38x38 w/drawers, paid $750
cally to $50,000 OBO — 845- asking $300; white London
246-4319 Fog midsize, only $20; beau-
tiful basket arrangement of
mix fruit and flowers, new,
Elections.........................................Hershel Sarasohn
For rent or sale: Furn, 1/1½,
2nd fl, new 23” cubic side-by-
side Whirlpool fridge, new
looks like real, $25; walker on
wheels, new, $25; 2 Chinese
pictures w/glass, 23x28, only
Finance................................................ Dorothy Tetro
Infrastructure..................................... George Dupley
Tappan stove, new door lock,
new roof (clean/painted), new $50; 2 pcs sofa covers for
flooring, new pat tile, wndos/ summer, 140x70, new, bought

Insurance............................................Dan Gladstone
scrns, 3 fans, cpt & HWT (6 from BBB, asking $35; table
yrs old), 2 new toilets, $4K lamp for LR, new for $85 ask-
53” Sony TV, sleeps 4 adults, 2 ing $30; pillows for LR bough

Investigations......................................Louise Gerson
steps to pool, outdoor bldg pat, from Lazy Boy store new, ask-
lndry & bus stop. Very motiv ing $8 each — 686-5066
seller. Red already by $30,000
to $50,000; make offers — Homes and Edwards silver
845-901-4490; 561-687-9324; plate service for 12 w/extra
utensils. $200 or best offer.
Irrigation..............................................Sal Bummolo
Lifts.............................................................Irv Small
845-246-4319

For rent/own: newly remod 3 wheel walker w/storage


from wall2wall, a 2nd fl cnr unit pouch, almost new, $75; 1 pair
OL wtr — 697-8385 ceramics lamp, ivory color,
$12 a pair — 471-6760
Maintenance.............................................Jerry Karpf
Annual Rent

2 BR 1½ unfurn in Camden E,
Want to Buy Ombudsman.......................................... Phil Shapkin
1st fl cnr wtrvw, CAC, remod, Paraffin bath (for arthritic
DW, WH, ceil, WI shower, hands) — 697-3280 o Operations.................................George Loewenstein
Programs & Services...........................Frank Cornish
When you vote, make sure they know Reporter...........................................Dot Loewenstein
who you are: Bring your state-issued ID card Safety.George Franklin/Michael Rayber (Co-Chairs)
and a current voter information card. If you Search/Nominating.........................Roberta Fromkin
Security............................................. Al McLaughlin
don’t have the former, make an appoint- Transportation..................................Barbara Cornish
ment with the local Department of Driver’s Welcome................Haskell Morin/Myron Silverman
Licenses, even if you don’t drive. (Co-Chairs)
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Organization News • Yiddish Vinkl. Infor- the French to honor the slain
Continued from Page 18 mal, friendly group that President. The goddess of
24, matinee at Maltz The- speaks English and Yiddish. liberty was enhanced by two
Laughter and reminiscences icons from Moses: the nimbus
ater, Anything Goes, dinner at
are on the menu, Edy Sha-
Kurt’s of light around the head and
Juno Fish House (no trans).
Lenore, 683-4166; Marjorie, ron, the convener, is loved Opinions the tablet in her arms, both
by all Yiddish lovers. First from the moment Moses de-
687-3991.
and third Sundays of each
Kurt Weiss scended Mount Sinai with the
Yiddish Culture Chorus: 50 month (year-round) 1:30 Ten Commandments.
members, men and women. p.m. in the upstairs piano To modern Americans, Mo-
Leader is Shelley K. Tenzer. room of the Clubhouse. ses’ heartbreak ensures his
How Moses Shaped Pharaoh.”) The Moses image
Knowledge of Yiddish not Free. Information, call Edy ongoing appeal. He is denied
America was so pervasive, that on July
necessary. Edy, 687-4255. at 687-4255. entry to the Promised Land.
An article, thus headlined in 4, after signing the Declaration
• Conversational Yiddish Martin Luther King Jr. likened
a recent issue of Time Maga- of Independence, Congress
Yiddish Vinkl: An informal Class. For information call the U.S. Supreme Court to
zine, grabbed my attention. asked Jefferson, Franklin and
group of Yiddish lovers who Golda Shore, 697-3367. Reg- Moses for “splitting the Red
Since that article is much John Adams to propose a seal
gather to speak, hear and sing ister in Clubhouse office. Sea of segregation,” but he
too long to reprint in the UCO for the United States. Their
the language, this group is • Yiddish Culture Chorus. also knew that his dream will
Reporter, I shall try to give recommendation: Moses lead-
under the guidance of Edy A happy and friendly group not be fulfilled while he was
you the highlights of this ing the Israelites through the
Sharon. Meetings are held 1st of both men and women still alive. “I have seen the
amazing, thoughtful descrip- Red Sea as the water over-
and 3rd Sun from 1:30 to 3:00 who sing in four-part har- Promised Land, but I may not
tion of Moses’ influence upon whelms the Pharaoh. In their
pm year-round. For info, call mony. They enjoy singing get there with you.”
affairs in our country. eyes, Moses was America’s
Edy, 687-4255. in Yiddish, Hebrew and What can President Obama
The Moses story opens in true founding father.
other languages. Rehearsals learn from a figure that his
the 13th century B.C.E. with After the Revolution, Amer-
Yiddish Culture: every Wednesday at 1 p.m. predecessor was so involved
Israelites enslaved in Egypt. icans faced chaos, but George
A Festive Season Is Planned in upstairs Clubhouse music with? In 2007, he said: “We
At Pharaoh’s order, all Isra- Washington led the colonists
By Rebecca Schlam Lutto room. For information or if are in the presence of a lot
elites’ male babies were to be to victory, then presided over
The 2009-2010 season of you are interested in joining of Moses,” surrounded by
slaughtered. We all know how the drafting of the Consti-
the Village’s Yiddish Culture the chorus, call Shelley Ten- civil rights pioneers, but he
Moses was saved by Pharaoh’s tution. The parallel — the
activities are in full swing. zer, its director, at 681-9548 reminded all, while thanking
daughter and raised by her. chaos here and the period of
Classes are meeting, groups or Edy Sharon at 687-4255. the “Moses generation,” that
When Moses killed an lawlessness of the Israelites
are convening, the chorus is • Yiddish Culture. Tuesday “Joshua still had to do a job.”
Egyptian for beating “one of in the desert — was not lost.
rehearsing and the sounds of morning programs at 10 Moses’ life was not without
Moses’ kinsmen,” he had to Two-thirds of the eulogies at
mama loshen are heard in the a.m., December through enemies. The Bible mentions a
flee into the desert, where he Washington’s death compared
Village. The Yiddish Culture March. All Village residents dozen rebellions. Israelites even
was told by a voice in a burn- the “healer and father of the
Board is proud to present the are invited (free admission) question his birthright: “Who
ing bush to free the Israelites. American nation” to the “first
following: to top-notch programs of made you leader over us?”
This was his first test of lead- conductor of the Jewish na-
• “Controversial Jewish music, humor, celebration Sound familiar these days?
ership: live an unburdened tion.” During the Civil war,
Personalities.” For the and nostalgia. A treasured Obama is fighting hard
life at Pharaoh’s court, or free both sides cited Biblical pas-
15th year, Frank Handler, a Village tradition for over 40 for what he believes in. He
his people from slavery — he sages, some to attack slavery,
Village resident and former years. Information on shows should remember that Moses
chose the latter. some to defend it.
New York history teacher, in Organization News col- confronted his final choice: “I
The pilgrims accepted Moses as It took America’s most Bible-
fascinates his audience with umns of this newspaper and have put before you this day
a role model. They described them- quoting President to reunite the
tales of lives, both true on Channel 63. life and prosperity or death and
selves as the “chosen people fleeing country when Lincoln died; he,
and incredible. Classes in • Advanced Yiddish Read- adversity.” These words may
from Pharaoh,” and at Cape Cod, like Washington before him,
English. Enroll separately ing Group. The group is be the most trying lesson of
they thanked God for letting them was compared to Moses. “There
for each month, January, reading Elie Wiesel’s Night leadership. You may fail, but
pass through the fiery Red Sea. is no historic figure more noble
February and March. Sign in the original Yiddish. The your legacy is to prepare your
At the time of the Revo- than that of the Jewish law-
up at the office in the main group meets the second and followers to succeed without
lution, the two best selling giver,” read one eulogy.
Clubhouse. Classes are fourth Friday of each month you, so persevere and do not
books of 1776 featured Moses. Lincoln’s assassination
on Fridays at 1:30 p.m. in at 10 a.m. at 34 Sussex B. be surprised if you do not reach
(Thomas Paine, in Common invited an even more long-
classroom C. For informa- For information call Troim your goal. For the true defini-
Sense, called King George lasting tribute to Moses: the
tion, call Frank at 684-8686, Handler at 684-8686. o tion is not this year, but next,
“the hardened, sullen tempered Statue of Liberty given by
2010 (and even 2012?). o

Mindy McGee, who will perform at the Clubhouse on Tuesday,


February 9, at 10:00 a.m. Free admission to all Villagers.
February 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 21

• mustard — Spread mustard


evenly over the bread.
• Brie — Top with thin slices
of Brie.
Recipes • 1 tomato — Slice tomato
very thin and place on top.
Avis Blank • pepper — Garnish with pep-
per and oregano. Bake for 9
minutes.
• oregano — The cheese will
be melted and the tomato
Love is expressed in many ways. Valentines, kisses, hugs, roasted.
letters and gifts are some of the ways to express love. I read in You can also add sautéed
one of my magazines how the people in a small town expressed onions, leeks or meat to make it
love in a special way. The tiny town of Colebrook, NH was feel- more of a sandwich or pizza. o
ing the effects of the current economy. Businesses and homes

Hospital
were not being maintained and the residents felt hopeless.
One day, a couple from France purchased one of the old build-
ings. They painted it outside with bright colors and redecorated
the inside. The LeRendez-vous French bakery was born and
became an immediate success. The breads, pastries and liquid
refreshments were delicious and the townspeople gathered there
Numbers
Good Sam...................... 655-5511
to eat, drink, socialize and learn to speak French. Businessmen
from surrounding communities came, purchased and renovated .........................1309 N Flagler Dr
old buildings and brought new business to the town. Just as the Columbia....................... 842-6141
town started to thrive, the owners of the bakery were notified ................................2201 45th St
that their visas would not be renewed because the government
thought that their bakery was not an essential business. JFK..............................642-3751
The residents of the town and surrounding communities ..........................5301 S Congress
bombarded government officials with letters, telephone calls St. Mary’s....................881-2900
and personal visit to express the necessity of the bakery. The
embassy was so impressed with the number of communications
................................ 901 45th
St,
that they held a conference to reconsider issuing the visas. There Palm West..................798-3300
was a huge celebration at the bakery when the visas were issued. ................... 13001 Southern Blvd,
See what a little love will do! Wellington Hospital. ......798-8500
Le Rendez-Vous Secret Baguette Toast (this might look
like a simple sandwich, but the taste is incroyable!) .................10101 W Forest Hil Blvd
• 1 baguette — Preheat oven to 450°. Split the baguette down Palm Bch Gdns Hosp.........622-1411
the center, creating two long strips. ........................... 3360 Burns Rd

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 Pilates Water Aerobics (Pool)


10:00-11:00 am 9:45-10:30 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

Zumba (Paid Class)


4:00-5:00 pm

Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Zhanetta Babayeva

Paid Class Registration at the Main Clubhouse Class Office


All Classes Are Subject to Change and/or Modification
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Internal Bus Route #1 CV BUS SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE: January 1, 2010


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
Dover 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 D
1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Somerset 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 r
1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
Berkshire 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 i
1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Camden 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 v
1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Windsor 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 e
1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
UCO Office (When Open) 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 Except Saturday and Sunday
r
Wellington L & M 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 s
1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Wellington Circle 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 '
1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Andover 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Kingswood 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 L
1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u
1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Plaza 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n
1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 c
1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
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
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner 6:45 7:45 8:45
Internal Bus Route #2
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
Plymouth 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
Sheffield E 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Chatham 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 D 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 r 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Northampton 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 i 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
Sussex 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 v 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Canterbury 8:15 9:15 10:15 11:15 e 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
Cambridge 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 r 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Dorchester 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 s 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Oxford 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 ' 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Stratford 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
Sheffield 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 L 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23
Hastings Fitness Center * 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Coventry 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 n 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 c 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 h 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 Drivers' * Only Friday, from 6:00pm on, will stop at Anshei
Clubhouse 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 Dinner Sholom; on request
Please Note: On Sundays Only the #2 Bus will do a loop around the perimeter drive after going through Coventry.
Internal Bus Route #3
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
Bedford B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 D 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
Greenbrier 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 r 1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
Southampton 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 i 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
Bedford C 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 v 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Golf's Edge 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 e 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
Coventry 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 r 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Norwich 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 s 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
Salisbury 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 ' 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Waltham 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Easthampton 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 L 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Hastings Fitness Center 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 u 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25
Medical Plaza 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28
Clubhouse 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 c 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
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.

Shuttle Bus Route


Perimeter Drive
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00
12:45
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Please be at your bus stop 10
Salon 27 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 minutes before your pickup time.
Library 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07
Humana 9:10 10:10 11:10 D 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
Walmart Supermarket 9:16 10:16 11:16 r
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Century Plaza 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22
Emporium Shoppes 9:26 10:26 11:26
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Baby Supermarket
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Perimeter Drive
Clubhouse 9:45
On Request
10:45 11:45 1:45
On Request
2:45 3:45 4:45
Buses
Mall Bus Route
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Morse Home Drop off 9:05
K-Mart 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 ** The Holiday bus will
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Church 9:20 10:20 11:17 r L 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 5 PM MALL BUS run on New Year's
Palm Beach Mall/Target 9:23 10:23 11:23 i u 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 RUNS ON Day, July 4th,
Village Commons 9:28 10:28 11:28 v n 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 SATURDAY Thanksgiving Day
Publix 9:33 10:33 11:33 e c 1:33 2:33 3:33 4:33 5:33 ONLY
Post Office Drop off / Pick Up Tuesday & Thursday Only r h 2:35 3:35 **
and Christmas Day.
Morse Home Pickup s 1:40
Clubhouse 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45
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 1:00 2:00 3:00 Chase Bank On Request
Walgreens 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 Wellington Mall 10:05 AM 1:15 PM
Pine Trail Square 9:08 10:08 11:08 D 1:08 2:08 3:08 Home Depot On Request
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 r L 1:09 2:09 3:09 Target 11:05 AM 2:05 PM
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Publix 9:28 10:28 11:28 e c 1:28 2:28 3:28 Leaves Clubhouse 9:35 AM Pick Up Times
Chase Bank On Request r h On Request City Place 10:05 AM 2:00 PM
Perimeter Drive 9:38 10:38 11:38 s 1:38 2:38 3:38 Gardens Mall 10:35 AM 1:30 PM
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 Return Clubhouse 2:30 PM

Sundays & Holidays Bus Route (Combo)


Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
The Excursion Bus will go to
Walgreen's 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04
Pine Trail 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 Lake Worth Beach on the 2nd
Goodwill Store 9:09 10:09 11:09 D 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 r L 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14
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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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Village Commons 9:34 10:34 11:34 r h 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 Wednesday (Leaves 9:35 am - Picks Up
Emporium Shoppes 9:40 10:40 11:40 s 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40
1:45 pm) of the Month.
Lowes 9:41 10:41 11:41 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41 5:41
Clubhouse 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48