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December 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

Open
And Then Clubhouse
There’s This...
By Courtney Olsen <RXU7KHDWHU
We are approaching the most
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have rejoined, and clubs are prepar-
3K\OOLV5LFKODQG ing for a busy season. It is officially
time to start relaxing, and having fun.
Hurricane season is over, and the
coolest days are upon us. With This time of year seems to edy in off-Broadway history.
Eighty-five voters should would like to have each unit weather so seasonal, I recommend put smiles on people’s faces and Sat. 12/18 7:00 PM: “A Trib-
not be allowed to make deci- have a voice in electing our you to take advantage of the outdoor a skip in their step, and we love ute to Tom Jones.” Starring Rob
sions for thousands of people. officers start writing. To the activities.Aprofessionaltennisplayer your response to our Theater Prospect, direct from Las Vegas
That is what happened at the UCO office, to the president, and trainer is offering his expertise performances. You also have featuring a seven-piece band and
September 3 delegate assembly to your vice president, to the for amateur tennis players. If you are the extra bonus of seeing your Vegas-style dancers.
when a vote was taken to con- letters to the editor of the UCO interested in learning how to play returning friends and neigh- Tue. 12/21 8:00 PM: “Peter
tinue with the one vote issue Reporter. Yes, there are by-laws tennis, please come into the Ticket bors. Lemongello.” a CV favorite, in his
or not. Those 85 delegates that need to be altered and also Office for more information, regis- The December shows begin “The Love 76 Tour,” direct from
could not have known that was changes to our documents but trationisrequired.Whilemostclasses with a CV favorite, and the shows the Atlantic City Hilton. He is a
on the agenda unless they these changes are for the good have rejoined, there have been a continue getting better and better. musical force as he takes the stage
picked up a copy of the agenda of all of us. Randall Borchardt couple of new additions to the class They all seem special this year. So, with 11 stellar musicians.
48 hours before the meeting has worked for hundreds of list this year; Learn to Sew is our make it either a private date or call Sat. 12/25 7:00 PM: Hal
and take it back to their unit hours and put his expertise into top new class, offering our residents a couple of friends for some great Jeffrin, in a warm, glorious show-
owners to discuss the issue and this issue. He has been a wealth the chance to learn or relearn their nights out in December. Join us at stopper featuring songs from Israel
then vote the voice of the ma- of research and information. sewing skills in our very own sew- the following: and Yiddish favorites.
jority of their residents. We All the foot work has been ing room in the clubhouse. Interme- Sat. 12/4 8:00 PM: Cavendish Tue. 12/28 8:00 PM: “TK’s
know this did not happen be- done. No changes would be diate Bridge onWednesdays has re- Classics: “This is the Moment.” A Swing Blue Review.” Sensuous,
cause no one came to get a made without the approval of joinedthismonth,alongwithStained celebration of Broadway from sultry, old-time jump Blues &
copy of the agenda which was properly informed residents. Glass on Mondays. The clubs be- Phantom of the Opera, Miss Motown. A must-see.
available 48 hours in advance No votes would be taken until ginning this month are as follows: Saigon, Evita, Les Miserables, Fri. 12/31 7:00 PM: “A Trib-
of the delegate assembly. So everyone is informed. Baby Boomers, Camera Club, Cats and many others. ute to Frankie Valli and the Four
what those 85 votes indicated It is time to stop allowing a Canadian Club, Deborah Hospi- Tue. 12/7 8:00 PM: “Mambo Seasons” starring “Let’s Hang
was individual delegates vot- few with their own agenda to tal Foundation, Yiddish Culture Memories.”A seven-piece orches- On.” A tribute featuring a full-
ing for themselves. make the decisions for thousands Chorus. For information on meet- tra that will take you back on a mu- blown stage show. A great way to
Now that we have more of that live in Century Village. ing days and times, please call the sical journey through the eyes of celebrate New Year’s Eve.
our residents here, I want to Get out your pens and pa- Class Office, 640-3120 EXT. 1 Tito Puente, Jr., son of the great Caution: Please note that four
open this question again and pers and start writing. DO Yiddish Culture every Tues- “Mambo King.” shows in December have a start
this time let’s start a letter writ- YOU WANT THE VOTE OR day at 10am in the Theatre will be- Sat. 12/11 7:00 PM: time of 7:00 PM. Don’t get caught
ing campaign. Everyone that NOT? ginDecember7.Theiropeningshow “Drinkin’—Singin’—Swingin.’” behind closed doors.
will present, A Hanukkah program A salute to Frank Sinatra, Sammy In addition to the above, don’t
&RPSXWHU1DQQ\²,Q+RPH7UDLQLQJ with Cantor Irvin Bell and the Palm Davis Jr. and Dean Martin. A re- forget our New Year’s Eve Dance
)XOO7HFKQLFDO6XSSRUW Beach Jewish Chorus. union you cannot miss. Party. Reserve a full table and cel-
The next Metro Traffic School Sun. 12/12 8:00 PM: “Hello ebrate with friends and neighbors.
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fabulous comedy-music show fice to make your reservations.
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‡)DFHERRN/HVVRQV Make sure you stop by theTicket Kate Blaekwell. our Theater is NO shorts. For tick-
‡&UDLJVOLVW)5((%X\LQJ)5((6HOOLQJ Office and pick up a Class Sched- Thu. 12/16 8:00 PM: “The eted events, such as New Year’s
‡'LJLWDO3KRWRJUDSK\$OO$UHD ule on my desk to see all new and World of Jewtopia.” A funny story Eve: “No jacket, no tie, no entry.”
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fees. Jewish girl. Longest running com- see you at the Theater.
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damage loss — and I’ll do my
best to give you a little list of
things to do.
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and the association’s loss will BE AWARE — Shouldn’t the rent cover as-
It’s 6 am on a Monday free environment. Then just exceed $5000, call Plastridge IT CAN COST YOU! sociation costs, WPRF fees,
morning and as I stare at the list what you’ve done, as well at 561-630-4955 and ask for It is very important that as- taxes and wear and tear on
blank screen (yes, I write on a as a copy of any invoices and Cathy Edge and then the UCO sociations make sure that pro- apartment? So add it up and
computer), I’m trying to get bills and we’ll take care of for- insurance committee to help spective buyers be investi- you decide if you want to ac-
my thoughts together for my warding it to our agents. There in any follow-up. gated by the Investigation cept a very low rental figure.
monthly column. There’s a is also a form that you can fill 6. Have a company come Department. This will tell the Also, do you allow rentals
couple of topics I’d like to out that the maintenance com- in and dry out your apartment. association if they had prob- on a month to month basis? Is
bring up — just bits and pieces mittee has made up and we 7. After the insurance lems paying their bills or the Village a time share?
of information that I hope have them in the UCO office. claims representative advises mortgages. Most are paying PLEASE read everything
you’ll find useful. This was brought up on the you of the damages then check cash as they can’t get mort- now and save headaches later!
There have been inquiries blog, but if you haven’t seen out contractors to see who will gages. All renters and occupants
about sending maintenance in- it, here goes: For those of you do the repairs for you at the People who have bad credit should have their background
formation about your associa- who have been asked by your best price and in the quickest should be turned down unless checked for any criminal activi-
tions to us. It’s really easy. Homeowners’ insurance time. Do not feel pressured to you want the added respon- ties. Buyers and deed transfers
Think of the repairs and up- policy agents to send them a make a quick and possibly sibility of paying their share or additions should have credit
keep you’ve done to your Mitigation inspection report, costly decision. of the monthly maintenance. and criminal checks. Again,
buildings. Have you installed we on the insurance commit- 8. If you need guidance All other owners in that As- please read contracts, leases and
water shutoff valves? Have tee have an easy and simple or just need to get some infor- sociation have to share in filled out applications before
you had a licensed plumber in way for you to do it. First, get mation, call Claudette or me at making payments for that you exchange prospective buy-
to check the ages and condi- the e-mail address of your 561-683-9189 and we’ll try to apartment and that can go on ers or tenants checks. If you
tions of your water appliances agent and then call us help. for months or longer. Most of want to hold everything until
(hot water heaters, toilets, (Claudette or myself) and we’ll This topic is just for infor- us are responsible people and their check clears the bank, that
sinks, etc)? Have you re- send it out for you. We have mation. When choosing an in- pay our bills on time. Why is okay, or get cash or money
placed the hoses on your laun- copies of all the reports on disk surance company for your in- should we be burdened with orders from them.
dry equipment? Have you and you won’t have the bother surance needs, please make “irresponsible deadbeats”? Check the application for
done concrete work on your of making color copies and sure that they are an admitted Your association has every age, as now is the time to turn
catwalk? All of this shows our mailing it out. We’ve done it carrier and have the financial right to reject them. someone down if too young.
insurance carrier that we are for lots of residents with ex- backing to pay claims that are Be careful of “investors” Once you sign the application,
working to upgrade our build- cellent results. submitted to them. If any buying apartments very you agree saying it is okay to
ings and that we care about There have been questions agent wants to place your in- cheap so they can be rented. go ahead with investigating
maintaining a safe and loss- about how to handle a water surance with some company You must see a signed lease that person, and you are aware
you have never heard of, ask for the apartment showing a of their age. When you are sat-
to see their A.M. Best ratings. realistic figure for rent per isfied, then you can submit ap-
Have a safe and healthy month. Some landlords are plication with their proof or age
month. putting $0 or $10.00 per and income to Investigations.
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tending as many as you can af-
ford, so that our season is once
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now feature the very same,
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chaise lounges, that you may
have enjoyed at both the Club-
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“Entertainment Season” will per ticket, for a total of perhaps We only ask your indulgence in CAST television DTA (Digital of the newspaper and will be re-
have begun, bringing you the best six shows, spaced out during the taking precautions to prevent to Analog) boxes are now printed in the next issue.
South Florida has to offer, at the short winter season, while we staining, usually caused by skin scheduled for delivery in late Once again there may be in-
lowest possible ticket price. here have a total of 58 shows, lotions, of all equipment that you December and throughout Janu- dividuals who elect not to re-
Many of us have relatives and from November thru March. may lay or sit upon, by placing a ary. There are several things that quest any box. There is a major
friends who live in other com- Please show your support by at- towel down first. need to be said. At this time, ev- change coming on January 26
Once more, I’d like to bring ery unit should have the set top that will change things drasti-
your attention to the fact, that our box that was made available in

HELP NEEDED!
cally for anyone without either
cameras, at both gates, are now the past. Unfortunately, this is the set top box or the DTA box.
fully activated and will record, not the case. For many reasons, On January 26, most of the
the entry of each vehicle (audio some folks did not request this analog channels will be con-
and images), which we strongly
at suggest you bear in mind, upon
box and have been living with
the reception available without
verted to digital. Those channels
will then be unavailable with-

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Security Guards. As a gated
community, all Guests, work-
the box.
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out a box. If you still do not want
the set top box and elect not to
ways to acquire the set top have the DTA box installed, the
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683-9336
to enter, therefore, as soon as Comcast office, sign for a box to view will be 2-22 and 97-99.
practical, call the automated call and then bring it home and I expect this to cause some
line at 689-1759 and follow the install it. This way avoids any confusion and as usual we will
ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com instructions. charge. The second is to be available to answer your
Happy Thanksgiving to all. phone Comcast and request questions — just call the office,
delivery and installation. For come to the office or send us
this service, there is a charge an email.
of approximately $40. Remote control classes
DTA boxes: There will be up Don’t forget the “how to bet-
to two boxes available for each ter understand my remote con-
unit. The schedule for making trol device” is still being sched-
appointments to arrange deliv- uled. Just call the office and
ery and installation should be make an appointment.

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pens in the Village. People Lost In Confusion
without power are usually apa- At the November 4, 2010
thetic. When you give people delegate assembly, David Is-
power and they know they can rael, the president of UCO,
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pertinent to the Village. Many and what I wrote on the C.V.
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&ODVVL¿HG$GVIRU&95HVLGHQWV2QO\ Olga Wolkenstein What happened to consider-
Editor’s Note: The column in ation and respect for your fellow
3HUVRQDOLWHPVIRUVDOHRUZDQWHGPD\EHOLVWHG Why Is One-Vote the October issue of the Re- person? For the past few months,
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6XEPLWRQE\SDSHU I believe one-vote is impor- was not Mr. Israel’s column, of control. The negativism and
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In Mr. David Israel’s column denigrate anyone’s physical
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Elizabeth Smith achieved
early success in vaudeville
and on Broadway, but her
big break came in 1930 Hi, everyone. Seems we are valuables out in plain view. Do not
God Bless Kate Smith who left an indelible mark when her performance in a back into season and will be at full leave people alone in your home.
When I perused the con- on America’s history for- musical comedy led to the swing when you read these ar- Before retiring, be sure all your
tents of the 2010 Stamp ever. f irst of several popular ra- ticles. The topics I am covering this doors are locked.
Yearbook offered by the Her name was Kate dio programs. month are ones that I have spoken When shopping, ladies, keep
U.S. Postal Service, I could Smith. Kate was known as the about before. your purse with you at all times.
not but help single out one For nearly f ive decades, c o u n t r y’s m o s t p o p u l a r WILD ANIMALS — Do not leave it in your shopping
individual who contributed the humbleness and home- singer. Her hits included “I NAMELY, RACCOONS: basket while you go to the shelves.
so much to our entertain- spun simplicity of singer Only Have Eyes for You” Raccoons have shown up again It only takes a moment for a thief
ment and way of life — one and entertainer Kate Smith and “Don’t Fence Me In.” in the Village in large numbers to walk by and remove your wal-
Looking back to a singu- lately. I have received phone calls let. Carry only one credit card with
lar date, it was 1938. When saying that some people are feed- you. All stores take MasterCard,
her manager asked com- ing these animals. One person ac- Visa, and Discover. Men, keep
poser Irving Berlin to write tually has animals showing up and your wallet and cash in your front
a patriotic song to mark the begging at the door for a handout! pocket, a trusted way to prevent a
20 th anniversary of the end It is not legal to feed wild ani- pickpocket from getting your
of World War I, Berlin re- mals. By feeding them you are items.
worked a piece he had writ- making them dependent on hu- Always park in a well-traveled
ten during that war which mans for food. These animals are area.At night, park in a well-lighted
was never used. Smith f irst cute but they can be rabid! zone. If you do not feel comfort-
sang the resulting tune to Be sure that the covers on gar- able going out to your car after
“God Bless America” on bage dumpsters are closed securely shopping, ask a store manager or
The Kate Smith Hour on and keep building doors giving other employee to walk you out.
November 10, 1938, the access to the dumpsters closed. If Place any packages in the trunk.
eve of Armistice Day. you are experiencing problems Look around before entering your
During World War II, with these animals, contact a li- vehicle. Walk up to your vehicle
“God Bless America” drew censed trapper. Consult theYellow from behind and look into the back
standing ovations at Smith’s Pages or call Animal Control for seat. You never know if someone
many concerts, and today numbers at 561-233-1200. My is already in your car.
the song is often called association spent almost $1000 These tips are made, not to
“America’s unoff icial na- this past year on trappers. scare you, but to make you aware
tional anthem.” HOLIDAY SAFETY AND of possible problems during the
After World War II, Kate SECURITY holidays. Always lock your car,
made the transition to tele- We would like all of our resi- whether here in the Village or out
vision. She started the f irst dents to be able to enjoy the up- shopping. An unlocked car is an
s i g n i f i c a n t d ay t i m e TV coming holidays without being a invitation to thieves. “LOCK IT
show in 1950 with the Kate victim of crime. When at home, OR LOSE IT.” In the event of a
Smith Hour. keep your doors locked at all problem, don’t wait: Call 911 first;
YOUR 2011 CABLE Known for her generos-
ity, loveable Kate visited the
times! It takes only a moment to then call Security second.
unlock your door to let a friend in On behalf of Safety & Health,
FEES sick and injured in hospi-
tals, especially war veter-
for a visit. If you have persons vis-
iting, whether family, repair per-
I wish everyone a happy healthy
holiday season. Do not become a
Many of you have been inquiring as to the reason for ans. She donated much time sonnel or health aides, do not leave victim. Be safe out there!
the increase in the cable fees in the next budget. to the American Red Cross
Hopefully, this will provide the explanation. and dedicated songs to the
orphans and shut-ins.
First – a history of cable rates over the past few years:
2007 - $19.53 per unit
Recent history gives
d o m i n a n c e t o B e r l i n ’s :,//6758676
“God Bless America.” It (67$7(3/$11,1*352%$7(
2008 - $20.55 per unit must be noted that on the
2009 - $21.64 per unit infamous day of 9/11, mem-
5($/(67$7(/$:
2010 - $16.53 per unit bers of both houses of Con-
So – why did the price go down in 2010? In the present gress, Democrats and Re- *(25*,$1$)'$0%5$
publicans, stood on the
budget year, an amount equivalent to $9.58 per unit
steps of the U.S. Capitol .$5(1/(9,1$/(;$1'(5
was returned to the residents. This was made possible
by the fact that in excess of $900,000 – from the
Building and def iantly and $WWRUQH\VDW/DZ
fervently sang, in tear-
“doorway fee” – was credited to each unit. On an choked tones, “God Bless $/(;$1'(5 '$0%5$
annual basis this is $114.96 each. America.”
Kate would be glad to 2.((&+2%((%/9'
If we add the $9.58 to the present budgeted amount,
k n ow t h a t B e r l i n ’s w i l l 68,7(
states that all the royalties
we have been paying Comcast a total of $26.11 per accumulated by that mag-  
unit per month. Our contract with Comcast provides for nif icent song of songs :(673$/0%($&+)/
a 5% increase each calendar year. So the increase would go to the Girl Scouts /2&$7(',17+(
year-over-year becomes $1.31 plus associated taxes. and Boy Scouts of America.
In actuality, the total increase in 2011 is $1.66; total The new 2010 stamp is %$1.$7/$17,&%8,/',1*
cable fee in 2011 per unit - $27.77.
available at your local post 0,/(($672)7+(78513,.(
off ice.
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aluminum wiring. outage to the unit or the entire wires shortening and reconnect-
A County licensed/insured building. ing to new connecting lugs.
electrical contractor should be One association recently com- It takes time, money, man-
hired, using the bidding/contract pleted this work, which had been power and planning to accom-
0DLQWHQDQFH process discussed at the monthly last done seven years before. It plish all the tasks involved in good
Maintenance Committee meet- was discovered that every unit maintenance of our condos.
'RP*XDUQDJLD ings to inspect, tighten and make required torque-tightening of the Come to the next Mainte-
repairs necessary to provide an circuit breaker lugs and at the nance meeting and learn more
unbroken connection to serve the neutral bar. Two units had about maintaining your property
units in a safe manner. To assure charred feed wires, requiring the and saving money on insurance
that the association has 100% removal of the damaged ends. premiums. Meetings are held in
Remember the TV commer- folder now and bringing it to Toni participation, the levying of an The feed wires (110 amps each) Classroom A in the Clubhouse
cial with an animated Toyota Salometo, Insurance Committee assessment on all unit owners of had been so hot that the Bakelite on the second Friday of every
spokesman tapping on the inside Chairperson, at the UCO office. $50 to $70 is one way the work main lug terminal insulating month starting at 10:00 a.m.
of the tube? “Hi! Mr. Opportu- Many associations, awaiting can be done on all units, prevent- block connecting the feeds re- Looking forward to seeing you
nity knocking!!” Well, the op- the return of the winter residents ing power failures in general or quired replacing and the burned there!
portunity to reduce your associa- and officers for assistance in car- “inside the wall” fires.
tion insurance premium, reflected rying out these tasks, will not be Utilizing the Vendors Log it interesting that
in next year’s maintenance fees, able to implement the remedial book in the UCO office and per- when I take
is coming to a close. Try not to steps in time for a 2011 insur- sonal references from friends, a blood pressures
+HDOWK and find a high
let it be “missed the opportunity ance rate reduction. But their ef- contract can be entered into to
forts, made as soon as possible,
0LFKDHO5D\EHU pressure, people
knocking.” carry out the work for the fairest
Preventing major water will help protect them from di- price. Many associations have often say that is
leaks and getting a lower sastrous leaks resulting in an in- had this work performed and normal for them.
insurance rate: crease in insurance rates and found loose connections and It is not ok to
Many associations have be- should make them eligible for burned wire endings at the con- The latest research now have the high blood pressure
come proactive and followed the lower rates in 2012. necting lugs. Why does this phe- shows that your blood pressure just because it is normal for
two-page outline distributed at an Maintaining an association’s nomenon occur? you may ask. is highest at night. It may be you.
earlier delegates meeting for re- electrical wiring: During the 70s, soft aluminum better for you to take your Blood pressure is sometimes
ducing catastrophic water-borne A critical inspection that wiring was permitted by Code blood pressure medicine at difficult to control, but if you
occurrences. Creating a folder should be performed now and for use in more than three mil- night. Please do not change the keep after it, you can control
that includes contracts, invoices repeated every five years is an lion homes across America. Soft time you take your medicine it. You may need to try several
and descriptions of remedial electrical inspection of the wires aluminum wire has a different without consulting your doctor. different medicines, or use a
work performed is critical for (aluminum) feeding the indi- ability for electrical conductivity If you take your medicine combination of several. Any
providing the insurance carrier vidual unit meters in the electri- than copper, as well as a signifi- twice a day, you are ok the way blood pressure that is higher
with the necessary documenta- cal room(s) where the aluminum cantly different rate of expan- you are. than 140/90 on either number
tion to prove that your proactivity feed is mated to copper distribu- sion/contraction, leading to loos- It is important to pay close is too high. Always keep up
deserves a rate reduction. In or- tion in the individual unit circuit ening and arcing. Arcing causes attention to your blood pres- with your blood pressure and
der to be eligible for 2011, asso- breaker panel. The exception is heat buildup, potential fires sure as it is the major cause of never accept it as normal if it is
ciations should be preparing the that the cooking range also has within the walls and/or service strokes and heart attacks. I find high.

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maintenance and repair tickets. There are still plenty of taking advantage of our outdoor perienced sailors. Or for some
work orders. His perfor- good seats for both the New venues. In addition to swim- really quiet relaxation, stop by
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mance has been noticed and Year’s Eve Dance ($10.00 per ming, tennis, shuffleboard, rac- Picnic Island where you will find
appreciated by me and the person) and the Sweethearts Ball quetball, petanque and bocce, new canopies, picnic tables and
residents alike. ($8.00 per person), just stop by we offer a fabulous Sailing pro- grills to use.
Our theater is back in the and see anyone in our Staff of- gram. Whether you are inter- We welcome the busy winter
As the end of 2010 ap- swing for our fabulous 2010-11 fice to reserve your seats. From ested in learning to sail or if you season ahead and hope you will
proaches, we are scheduling season. We still have some great the reports I received, everyone already are a sailor who would frequent our Clubhouse, Fitness
projects under our new W.P.R.F. seats available for our shows, of- who just attended our 2010 Hal- like to spend some quiet time on Center and pool facilities regu-
budget which runs from No- fering a wonderful selection of loween Dance had a fabulous the water, please stop by the sail- larly. Our staff is ready to assist
vember 1, 2010 to October 31, comedy, music, dance, Broad- evening so be sure you don’t ing area and speak with our staff. you with classes, shows, dances,
2011. You will begin to see im- way, classical, contemporary and miss out on the two remaining We offer fully equipped Sunfish movies and meetings. Enjoy this
provements and necessary re- even some nostalgic rock and specialty dances of the season. sailboats and expert training for beautiful time of year and be
pairs made in the Clubhouse and roll. Refer to your Clubhouse We invite you to experience novices, and also offer certifica- well.
Hastings Fitness Center as well Happenings for a complete list- the beautiful Florida weather by tion for those of you who are ex-
as our pool areas. The UCO Op- ing of dates, times and ticket
erations Committee and I have
planned some very necessary
prices. And please keep in mind
that we have several 7:00 pm
The CV Fund ainglittletoless than $7,000. After talk-
the officers and some of
just not coming in large enough
quantities.
renovations to our facilities dur- shows this season. It is important By Jean Dowling the other members of the fund, If you need more help, please
ing this coming fiscal year. to check the show schedules well It has been quite a feat trying we have decided to dispense the also call Phyllis Richland at UCO,
In addition to these planned in advance of the show to be sure to raise money in this economy. funds and at least do some good as she has access to help in other
you are not late in arriving since Although we had a little success with it. As we cannot subsidize areas such as Food Stamps.
projects, I am also cognizant of
reaching out to local businesses, on a regular basis, we will create Thank you to the following for
the tough economic times we are you will not be seated when the their generous donations:
performance is 10 minutes un- the large corporations we hoped one-time grants of between $100-
facing, and it is also important to Berkshire F
would be our main support com- $300 to help those who are the
maintain the assets we have to derway. Unfortunately, some Ernest Dube
pletely rejected us. Sue Cohen most needy. Bobbie Miller
provide maximum life and use- theater-goers have been turned
worked hard to create a presenta- To apply for one of these Claude Gladu
fulness. So you will continue to away when arriving at 7:30 pm
tion for the companies we ap- grants, please write to CV Fund, George Nathan
see ongoing maintenance of the thinking they were early for an 207 Salisbury I, West Palm Beach,
proached, but in this time of Lucille Greenberg
facilities in an effort to maximize 8:00 show only to find out they money problems, we received FL 33417. These funds are for a Judith Maisonneuve
the investment you have made. were late for a 7:00 show! nothing. Lanny Howe spent many one-time help and are for people Letti Otterson
Our Director of Maintenance, Remember, you can purchase Charles Otterson
hours to reach out to local busi- who really need help. The dead-
all shows and all dances at any Helen Fisherman
John Skoczek, with his strong nesses, and we received some line to apply is December 31, Anita and Leonard Feldman
work ethic and rich history of time during the month and no money but not nearly enough to 2010. Edna Friedman
experience and knowledge, does longer have to wait for the month start subsidizing needy residents. After we receive the applica- Jack and Nizzie Morgulis
a great job in coordinating our prior to begin purchasing your We also had a number of regular tions, we will interview and verify Morris and Ester Gastwirth
donors from the Village. The do- need before the checks will be Irving Rikon
nors from this past year (2010) issued. All applications are strictly Alvin and Evelyn May
Forty Member Chorus to Enrich are listed below, and we extend confidential, as is the interview.
Joan Besson
Olivia Shaffer and Diana Shain
Traditional Chanukah Program our heartfelt thanks for all of the This is a very hard thing to do, Joe Saponaro
By Rebecca Schlam Lutto funds we received. as we know how much some of THANK ALL OF YOU WHO
At this date, we still only have you need help, but the money is HELPED IN ANY WAY!!
Villagers will enjoy a specially the Yiddish Culture Group for
enhanced Chanukah program seven
this year at the Clubhouse The-
ater on Tuesday, December 7.
Cantor Irvin Bell, along with
his 40-member Palm Beach Jew-
years,
f r o m
1997 to
2004.
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ish Cho-
rus, will
present a
Shore spent last summer search-
ing for new entertainers and lin-
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special
holiday
ing up former acts that Villagers
have loved and asked to see &DVLQR&OXE
program. again.
Cantor The programs will begin
Bell, whom many Villagers re- promptly at 10 A.M. every Tues-
member from his years as the day in the Clubhouse Audito-
cantor for Anshei Sholom in the
Village, traditionally opens the
season to Village-wide acclaim.
rium. Village buses are timed for
both the opening and closing of
the programs. For information,
1HZ<HDU¶V7ULS
The playbill for the 2010-11 please call 684-4867 or 697- WK\HDUUXQQLQJ
season is listed below. It will be 3367.
the 41st year that Yiddish Cul-
ture Group presents its gift of free
entertainment to the Village. The
The Yiddish Culture Group’s
2010-2011 season programs:
Dec. 7, Cantor Irvin Bell;
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group’s other activities include:
the Yiddish Culture Chorus; Yid-
Dec. 14, Village Songbirds; Dec.
21, Cantor Karen Braunstein;
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dish classes; the Menke Katz Ad- Dec. 28, Barry & Maxine Jaffe; LIERRNHGE\1RYWKHUHLVGLVFRXQWSHUFRXSOH
vanced Reading Group and Jan. 4, Miriam Schott, Norma
Frank Handler’s Jewish History Brown; Jan. 11, Marty Kaye; ,QFOXGHVFDVLQRVPHDOVLQFOXGLQJD
class. Detailed listings of these Jan. 18, Shelley Tenzer &
activities can be found in this Friends; Jan. 25, Troim & Frank 1HZ<HDU¶V(YHGLQQHUZLWKFKDPSDJQH
Handler; Feb. 1, Cantor Joy
newspaper’s Organization News
section. Parks; Feb. 8, Meyer Zaremba; DQGLQFDVLQRFKLSUHEDWHV
The Yiddish Culture Group’s Feb. 15, Sherry Redler; Feb. 22, ,QFOXGHVKRWHODFFRPRGDWLRQVURXQGWULSWUDQVSRUWDWLRQ
new president is Golda Shore, Poppy Duo; Mar. 1, Merry Min- OXJJDJHKDQGOLQJDQGWD[HV
who succeeds Edith Sharon. Ms. strels; March 8, Century Village
Sharon will continue to lead the Orchestra; Mar. 15, Marsha &DOO
always popular Yiddish Vinkl
and Golda will continue her Yid-
Love & Leon Aronson; Mar. 22,
Purim Chorus Concert, Yiddish
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member her as the president of Minstrels.
Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER December 2010
ing and reasonable accommoda- stantially limits one or more ma- the notion that to be substantially
tions. A few Supreme Court de- jor life activities, or he or she has limited in performing a major life
cisions in the past decade have a record of having, or is regarded activity under the ADA “an in-
slowly eroded the protections for as having, such physical or men- dividual must have an impair-
&RQGR&RUQHU the disabled, which runs contrary tal impairment; or ment that prevents or severely
5DQGDOO%RUFKDUGW to the original intention of Con- (b) A person has a develop- restricts the individual from do-
gress. These decisions were mental disability as defined in s. ing activities that are of central
based on the Court’s interpreta- 393.063 importance to most people’s daily
tion of who was considered “dis- The “ADA Amendments Act lives” and conveys that the ques-
abled,” and was considered too of 2008” revises the definition tion of whether an individual’s
restrictive and not in keeping of “disability” to more broadly impairment is a disability under
ADA Amendments Act tions relating to disabilities. with the spirit of the ADA. Since encompass impairments that sub- the ADA should not demand
(2008) These revised and enhanced Florida Statutes mimic the Fed- stantially limit a major life activ- extensive analysis.
The ADA Amendments Act definitions also effect the inter- eral guidelines, let’s start with ity. The amended language also Under 760.23(9) F.S. it is un-
of 2008 (effective January 1, pretation of the Fair Housing statute. states that mitigating measures, lawful to discriminate in hous-
2009) makes significant strides Act, which is of greater concern Chapter 760.20-760.37 including assistive devices, aux- ing based on a disability (among
in regard to the change in inter- to residents and boards of Cen- Florida Statutes is the Fair Hous- iliary aids, accommodations, other protected classes) by:
pretation of important defini- tury Village as it relates to hous- ing Act. The term “handicap” medical therapies and supplies (a) A refusal to permit, at the
used in Florida Statutes is (other than eyeglasses and con- expense of the handicapped per-
&5$,*7+(+$1'<0$1 equivalent to the term “disabil- tact lenses) have no bearing in son, reasonable modifications of
1R-RE7RR%LJ1R-RE7RR6PDOO2QH&DOO'RHV,W$OO ity” and therefore, the changes determining whether a disability existing premises occupied or to
in the interpretation of what con- qualifies under the law. Changes be occupied by such person if
‡/RFNV‡/LJKWEXOEV&KDQJHG‡$& :DWHU)LOWHUV‡3KRQH stitutes a disability through the by the Act also clarify coverage such modifications may be nec-
(OHFWURQLF+RRNXSVDQGPXFKPRUH ADA Amendments Act, also of impairments that are episodic essary to afford such person full
+RQHVW5HOLDEOH 'HSHQGDEOH6HUYLFH*XDUDQWHHG applies to handicapped persons. or in remission that substantially enjoyment of the premises; or
760.22 (7) “Handicap” limit a major life activity when (b) A refusal to make reason-
means: active, such as epilepsy or post able accommodations in rules,
 (a) A person has a physical or traumatic stress disorder. This policies, practices, or services,
)XOO\,QVXUHG )5(((67,0$7(6 mental impairment which sub- Act states that Congress rejects when such accommodations
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$14.93. If you are already a
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present.
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Ken Graff, photographer will gifts for those buying or


for the UCO Reporter 2011 Calendar of Century Village renting properties in the Vil-
whose beautiful photos color calendar for 2011 with dar are frequently-used tele- ested, Ken has had a very lage.
have shown up on the CV photos of the Village for ev- phone numbers. limited number of calendars If the calendar is the hit
Blog and elsewhere, has put ery month of the year. On Having no idea how many printed for 2011. There is no we think it might be, Ken
together a gorgeous full- the back page of the calen- residents would be inter- advertising on them except may have a larger number of
for the fact that Century Vil- calendars printed for 2012,

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lage looks like a very attrac- which might mean the price
tive place! The cost is $7.00 could come down a little in
each. They are obtainable at future years.
the UCO Reporter office (at For further information,
the Camden Pool) during call Ken Graff at 623-9546

š’”‡•• …Ǥ our normal working hours,


from Monday through Fri-
day between 9:00-noon;
closed on holidays. Please
or the UCO Reporter during
office hours: 683-9336.

bring a check; we are not


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be impressed by the profes- to and from
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www.viptransportexpress.com Ken’s photos and how they
have been arranged (there
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to be taken in taxes. Many one should plan to increase families’ taxes will also
Especially for Seniors: accountants are taking the their withholding or their increase because of the re-
step of writing their cli- e s t i m a t e d t a x p ay m e n t s turn of the marriage pen-

Tax Increases ents about upcoming tax


increases. As a CPA who
has prepared taxes for 20
early in 2011. That way
they can avoid owing taxes
plus penalties and interest
alty and the rise in the tax
brackets.
An additional 24 mil-
by Barbara Samuells years, I would advise ev- on their 2011 tax returns. lion Americans will be hit
eryone to make an ap- R e t i r e e s w i t h s av i n g s by the Alter native Mini-
Part One of this article, pear in the November is- pointment with their tax and investments will see m u m Ta x , wh i c h l i m i t s
on Healthcare Decreases, sue as announced. It is preparer before the New the tax on capital gains in- their deductions and in-
appeared in the October printed below. Year. crease and their tax on creases their tax.
Repor ter. Par t Two, on We must now plan for Because of the tax dividends increase hugely. Our children and grand-
Tax Increases, did not ap- even more of our savings changes in 2011, every- Seniors and young children who received tax
refunds in past years
should be especially con-
c e r n e d . Fo r e x a m p l e , a
family with two children
will lose $1000 of their re-
fund (pay $1000 more in
DISTINCTIVE HOME CARE taxes) because they lose
$500 in tax credit for each
child.
Also, f amilies paying
c h i l d r e n ’s c o l l e g e e x -
penses will lose most, if
not all, of those tax ben-
ef its.
The tax increases are
complex and everyone
needs to plan ahead for
less available income and
to avoid problems with the
IRS.
Be prepared for the tax
increases and advise your
children and grandchil-
dren to do the same.
B E I N F O R M E D AND
BE AWARE!
December 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 15
COMCAST Roll Out Schedule quire this box or two if they ary 26, 2010 most of the re- If you have questions please
This is the schedule for the DTA boxes installed. have the set top box on a cur- maining analog channels will come to or call the UCO of-
unit owners to go to the Club- We highly recommend that rent TV and have additional be converted to digital format. fice and ask to speak to the
house to make an appointment all unit owners in residence go televisions. Only a very few local channels Cable chairman
with Comcast to have the new through this exercise and ac- Keep in mind that on Janu- will be available.
Page 16 THE UCO REPORTER December 2010

A Century Village Tragedy


By Jean Dowling

There are some people in and residents—some in their ing to find a way to reimburse people have seen fit to quarrel sure it would help. If you know
Century Village who are still eighties and nineties—left high those who have had huge out- with what we have done, and of someone who may have
out of their homes because of and dry for months without of-pocket expenses. now even lay claim to much of been victimized or there is any
a company that gutted many their condo units being re- Progress is being made both our work done before they ever other information that you
condos because of water leaks. paired, but many got bills from by government officials and by came on the scene. It makes us think will help, please call.
Some of these victims have this company for “further ex- an attorney who has graciously question whether their goal is Unfortunately, as anxious as
been dislocated for a year or penses.” agreed to handle these claims only the well-being of the vic- we are to fix the problem, ev-
more. According to one of the About two years ago, Sue on a contingency basis. A tims. If Lee Hunt would like to erything takes time. Hopefully,
insurance adjusters, the aver- Cohen and I started working on meeting was held about a share his videos of the victims’ we can all be back to easier days
age claim against the insurance this problem involving this com- month ago with the attorney stories with the attorney, I’m soon!
company by this company is pany, trying to help the victims and as many victims as I could
$60,000 per unit. get back into their units. We have reach. Hopefully another meet-
Their method of operation created research, met with politi- ing will be scheduled soon. If
has been this: When they find cal leaders, visited the State you feel you have been victim-
out there has been a leak, they Attorney’s office, collected data, ized and would like to be
have either the association or created and run off forms, among those we are trying to
the homeowner, or both, sign worked with government offi- help, it is important that you
a contract agreeing that their cials, held meetings, and brought contact Sue and me about it as
company will handle every- the news media here. All of this soon as possible. My telephone
thing: assessing the damage, has taken time and money— number is 640-7606. The cost
engaging a mold specialist, ours! We have been determined to you is zero.
dealing with the insurance to see these dislocated people I am very sorry to have to
companies involved, and mak- back in their homes and are try- add this: It is a pity that some
ing the necessary repairs. It
sounds good, of course—just
put everything in the hands of
this wonderful company and
pay only the deductibles on the
insurances. Sad to say, this was
recommended by some of the
Village spokespersons.
What happened was this: As
part of the signed contract, the
unit owner or association gave
this company the authority to
collect directly from the
association’s or owner’s insur-
ance company. Upon getting
Dr. Jeffrey Rubin – Neurology
the contract signed, this com-
pany, citing serious mold prob- DR. RUBIN SPECIALIZES
lems, had the resident vacate IN THE TREATMENT OF:
the apartment—in some cases
with little or no warning, even • Headaches/Migraines
in the middle of the night— • Memory Loss
while they gutted the kitchen,
the bathrooms, and much of the • Dizziness/Vertigo/Balance
drywall elsewhere. In many Problems
cases, this was the last the own-
ers saw of the company for • Facial Pain
quite some time. The charges • Tourette’s Syndrome
to the insurance companies are
said to have been as high as
• Multiple Sclerosis
$90,000 for the repairs to a unit. • Post Stroke Complications
By way of comparison, I
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mold in two units. Because I
hired the contractors myself,
my claim to the insurance com-
pany after all of the repairs
were made was only $7500.
With a $5000 deductible, it
cost the insurance company
only $2500. Our insurance
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weeks, and an individual no- spent monthly in our library. name three days in advance
Clubhouse Library tified us she was on her way
to Guatemala. The average
We have a sign-in sheet, and
many carry a pencil so they
of being there—cute trick,
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enough packing without me know they showed up. ing holiday was happy and
Thank you, f irst of all, to chestra rehearsal elsewhere considering the hour or two One in particular circled his healthy for everyone.
the UCO Reporter for print- in the clubhouse. Another
ing our column each month. table was in use by someone
People do read it! We ac- with a laptop, and I took a
quired three new volunteers table for myself so I could
as a result—thank you! One attach those little sticky red
of my joys is creating an ini- labels to newly donated
tialed bookmark for each books. In the process, two
volunteer. An incentive? more Large Print books ap-
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with them. We, the Security We at the Security Commit-
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lay or confrontation with our they must get the permission of 561-628-8853
Security Officers. This past their association in writing and
month of October, again we had brought to UCO. Also, to all as-
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control and the Sheriffs had to be are not Police Officers, therefore
called in to deal with the issue. they’ve no powers of arrest.
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A Tell-Tale Sign ter coming out of one of these


pipes in a fairly steady stream
be coming from either the over-
flow pan under a central air-
overflow pan under a hot wa-
ter heater. Don’t let time go by.
Have you ever noticed the These pipes, about an inch (as opposed to merely drip- conditioner’s air handler or a Immediately check the apart-
small pipes at near-ground in diameter and four inches ping), it is an almost sure sign water heater. (There are cir- ments that could be the source
level extending out from the long, carry off water from two there is a water-leak problem cumstances when the water of the leak. You may save a
sides of some of our buildings? things: central air-conditioning that should be dealt with right heater overflow could be cold.) costly water damage problem
They are a good thing to keep air handlers and hot water tank away. If the water is hot, it is in all from occurring.
an eye on. overflow pans. If you find wa- If the water is cold, it could probability coming from the When you find the culprit,
if it is an air handler, shut off
the air-conditioner breaker at
the electrical panel. The owner
should call the air-conditioning
repair company. If it is a hot
water heater, shut off the wa-
ter supply to the heater (you
may have to shut off the water
supply to the entire apartment
to do this). The owner should
then call a plumber.

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Book a Librarian at Okeechobee
Boulevard Branch Mon, Dec. 13, 2:30 p.m.
Internet Tips & Tricks
Exactly what the headline Tue, Dec. 14, 6:00 p.m.
says! Throughout the upcom- Beginning MS Word 2007
ing months, patrons will be Wed, Dec. 15, 2:00 p.m.
Book Discussion
able to “book” a librarian for a Mon, Dec. 20, 2:00 p.m.
30-minute, one-on-one ses- Movie
sion. Librarians can help with Mon, Dec. 20, 6:00 p.m.
any information need, from Creole Computer Class
general interest search tips to Tue, Dec. 21, 5:30 p.m
Writers’ Workshop
specific things like email at- Wed, Dec. 29, 2:00 p.m.
tachments and Facebook. Ap- Okeechobee Blvd. Branch
pointments can be made at the Library
Information Desk; get com- 5689 Okeechobee Blvd.
plete answers to your questions West Palm Beach, FL
and get undivided attention 33417
that fits your schedule. (561) 233-1880
The Okeechobee Boulevard www.pbclibrary.org
Branch Library is located next
to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours
are: Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to
8:00 p.m. and Thursday, Friday
and Saturday from 10:00 a.m.
to 5:00 p.m. All Village resi-
dents, including seasonal resi-
dents, are eligible for a free li-
brary card with proper I.D.
Visit the library today!

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Creole Computer Class
Tue, Dec. 7, 14, 21, and 28, 1:00 p.m.
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their guests: vote to allow cellphone use to have been accomplished. The
Cell Phone Call-in Proceedure •There must be a meeting of call in guests only when the letter must be signed by two
Considering the fact that the established the following pro- the association board at which residents are in residence. board officers and the associa-
associations are responsible for cedures necessary to allow a quorum is present. •Notif ication must be tion seal must be affixed.
their guest policy, UCO has cellphone use when calling in •There must be a majority given to every unit owner Please bring this letter with
(best is in writing) advising of a copy of the minutes of the
this vote and new policy. above referenced meeting to
Residents must also be ad- UCO to have your association
vised that the first violation of listed as a cellphone use asso-
this procedure will be cause ciation.
to remove that cellphone num-
ber, used for call-in for that
unit, from the Security list. A
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Shuffleboard
by Ed Wright
and hours for the French/Ca- The 2010-11 shuffleboard year, many of which were
nadian team are Tuesday and season started Tuesday, No- members for the first time.
It’s similar to Bocce, but a Thursday, 8:30 to 12:00 pm. vember 9. We hold tourna- You do not have to have
lot more fun to play. The courts are located by ments on Tuesdays, Wednes- played before. You can learn
The Petanque season the Somerset pool and tennis days and Thursdays. Every- as you play. The important
As a Snorkel Club, we try to started in mid-November. courts. one is welcome to join in. The thing is to meet new people,
take advantage of all the water Come on down and learn According to Ms. Anita equipment will be provided. have fun and get some exer-
that surrounds us. a new game; all new players Pearce (Anita Cruz) and her Please arrive around 1:15 pm. cise. Give it a try!
About a week ago, a member, are welcome. assistant John, the courts We play singles on Tuesdays, Please call Ed at 632-5268
Lee Sanchez, was at Ocean Reef Playing days and hours should be in great shape. doubles on Wednesdays and or Jack at 640-3373 if you
Park on Singer Island and was for the American team are Any questions? Contact bowling pins on Thursdays. have any questions.
very surprised that he had a mana- Wednesday and Friday, 8:45 Jerry Karpf at 561-684- We had 43 members last
tee in the water very near to him. am to 12:00 pm. Playing days 1487.
The other day, we heard that
high tide and a nice day was to be
had at Peanut Island and 15 showed
up for a day of snorkeling.
A special treat was observed
at one of the inlets near our Tiki
Hut. Thousands of small fish
were swimming in a pattern at
the edge of the water. The fish
jumped up out of the water si-
multaneously at intervals. All
types of birds had congregated
and waited for the signal. When
the fish decided to rise up out of
the water, the birds went into a
frenzy trying to get their dinner.
Another unexpected surprise.
We are now getting our trips
and outings planned for the sea-
son. Another trip on the Calypso
is definitely in store for us.
Our meetings are on the third
Friday of the month at the Club-
house, Room A, at 10:00 am.
For more information about our
club, call President Rosemary
Maude at 561-684-0116.

Susan Wolfman turns "LISTED" into "SOLD"


Recent Sales
361 SHEFFIELD O 1/1 PENDING $11,000 313 DOVER A 1/1½ PENDING $33,000
71 KINGSWOOD D 2/1½ SOLD $27,500 299 CAMDEN M 1/1 PENDING $25,900
186 WELLINGTON K 2/2 UNDER CONT. $45,000

246 COVENTRY K 1/1½ SOLD


2010
$19,900
Sales
144 WELLINGTON H 2/2 SOLD $39,000
382 SHEFFIELD P 1/1½ SOLD $20,000 314 GREENBRIER B 2/2 RENTED $725/mo.
215 KENT M 2/1½ SOLD $19,850 33 SHEFFIELD B 2/1½ RENTED $5000/Season
136 SOUTHAMPTON B 1/1½ SOLD $13,500 146 WINDSOR G 1/1½ SOLD $16,500
82 CAMDEN D 2/1½ SOLD $22,750 110 WELLINGTON D 2/2 SOLD $60,000
108 WINDSOR E 2/1½ SOLD $13,500 166 WALTHAM G 1/1 RENTED $500/mo.
4 SHEFFIELD A 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 90 CHATHAM D 1/1 SOLD $7,500
323 SHEFFIELD P 1/1½ SOLD $23,000 125 WELLINGTON G 2/2 SOLD $32,500
62 BERKSHIRE C 2/1½ SOLD $21,500 255 SHEFFIELD K 1/1½ SOLD $9,000
376 NORTHAMPTON S 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 346 SHEFFIELD O 1/1 SOLD $9,000
70 CAMBRIDGE 2/2 SOLD $18,500 385 SHEFFIELD P 1/1 SOLD $12,500
217 DOVER A 1/1½ SOLD $35,000 86 NORWICH D 1/1½ SOLD $9,000
100 ANDOVER D 1/1½ RENTED $500/mo. 105 CHATHAM E 2/1½ SOLD $42,500
264 SHEFFIELD K 1/1½ SOLD $11,500 135 HASTINGS H 1/1 SOLD $22,500
30 SOMERSET B 2/2 SOLD $71,000 111 SOMERSET 2/2 RENTED $700/mo.
406 GREENBRIER C 2/2 SOLD $60,000 132 BEDFORD F 1/1½ SOLD $14,500
1 KENT A 2/1½ SOLD $39,900 194 COVENTRY I 1/1 SOLD $16,900
119 STRATFORD I 1/1½ RENTED $750/mo. 201 SOUTHAMPTON A 2/2 SOLD $49,900
311 WELLINGTON A 1/1½ SOLD $29,900 304 WELLINGTON C 1/1½ SOLD $29,900
412 GREENBRIER B 2/2 SOLD $35,000 95 NORWICH D 2/1½ SOLD $39,500
56 EASTHAMPTON C 1/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 27 SOMERSET B 2/2 SOLD $59,900
205 OXFORD 200 2/2 SOLD $59,900 47 SHEFFIELD B 1/1½ SOLD $26,900
71 KENT E 1/1½ SOLD $25,000 101 CAMDEN E 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo.

If you want a "SOLD" sign next to your address,


call (561)
Susan Wolfman RE/MAX DIRECT 401-8704
email: wolfieremax@aol.com ~ Visit my website ~ susanwolfman.com
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December 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 41
holiday so- Tropical Holiday Sparkler. a dash of grenadine in a shaker
cial business. Champagne is a perfect comple- with ice. Lightly shake and then
If you de- ment to holiday parties, so why strain into a champagne flute. Top Karaoke
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$YLV%ODQN an old-fash- adding coconut rum, pineapple a thin slice of pineapple covered
Tuesday night from 6:30-
ioned holi- and holiday color (the red from with coconut (you can dip the 9:30 pm at the Guest Pool
day at home, grenadine), it becomes a cock- pineapple in simple syrup to help and Friday night from 6-9
you can en- tail with a Florida flair. the coconut stick). pm in the Clubhouse Party
Tropical Holiday Sparkler joy a delicious champagne cock- Pour Champagne to fill glass Whatever holiday you do cel- Room. Come join the fun —
In 1952, under the Boston tail as concocted especially for (substitute any dry sparkling ebrate — Hanukkah, Christmas,
music, dancing and singing.
Blue Laws, Sundays and holi- the holidays by the bartender of wine). Combine ¾ oz. coconut Kwanzaa, etc. — please have a
days meant that almost all places the Ritz-Carlton, Manalapan: a rum, 1¾ oz. pineapple juice and happy one.
of business were closed, includ-
ing restaurants and bars. So a
family member found it very dif-
ficult to find a venue for musi-
cians for her small wedding on
Sunday, December 25, 1953
(Christmas Day).
The betrothed couple decided
on a small, intimate wedding at
10 a.m. Eighteen family mem-
bers observed the wedding cer-
emony at the rabbi’s home and
then proceeded to the Bostonian
Hotel for a delicious luncheon.
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Organization Century Village Computer


Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu, Nov-
News Apr (1st Thu only rest of year), 1:00
pm in CR 103, and incl 30 min Q&A,
December 2010 biz portion, presentation, 50/50 and
door prizes. Arrive by 12:15 if you
Amit Women Rishona Chap- wish to join, renew your member-
ter: Meets every 2nd Tue w/colla- ship, or register for free hands-on
tion at 12 noon and meeting at 1:00 classes.
 $118$/5(17$/6  pm at Aitz Chaim on Haverhill.
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&+$7+$0, )851:759,(:+2856(&0$11('*$7(&+$1'),7&75  2096). FMI, call Ellie 471-4935; Classroom B of the CH. Every meet
%(')25') %($87,)8/)8//<)851&21'2:,7+1(:(5$336+855,&$1(6+877(56  Malca 688-2698.
($67+$03721% 1(:$33681)851&37+2856(&75$16$9$,/  has a guest speaker. Come listen to
1257+$037216 &7&37)8//<)8511(:$336+2856(&  great speakers; make new friends;
%(5.6+,5(. 81)851&37,1**$5'(19,(:(1&/26('3$7,2+2856(& 
:,1'625, )851&3715:*+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),7&75  Anshei Sholom: Here is our view historic and modern firearms
6866(;, 9(5<1,&(81,71(:(5$336+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),7&75  Temple calendar: Dec 5, the mu-
&$17(5%85<+ )851&37&7+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75 
and other weapons. George, 471-
:,1'625$ +$5':22')/225623(1.,7&+(115:*:759,(:+2856(&  sical play Hanukkah/Shmanukkah 9929.
 *5281')/225%('%$7+
.,1*6:22'& )8516&5((1('3$7,2+56(&7(12&&817,/  is performed by the Temple Play-
125:,&+, 81)851*'19:&376&5((1('3$7,2+56(&  ers, as produced and directed by Century Village Orchestra:
:,1'6253 )851&37 7,/(15:(67*$7( 322/+56(& 
&$0'(1% &(5$0,&7,/()85115:(67*$7(+56(&  Rae Spitalnic and Leon Aronson Meets every Mon, Nov 1, 2010 to
.,1*6:22'' )851&37*$5'(19,(:'5,9(837281,7+2856(&75$16$9$,/$%/( 
&$17(5%85<+ )851&7*$5'(19,(:1(:$336$&7,9(&/8%+6( ),7&75 
(attendance is limited to 200, call Mar 2011, in CH Room C, 1:15-3:15
$1'29(5) )851&371(:(5$336157+(:*+2856(&  Rae at 478-3221 or the Temple); pm. We would like to add a conduc-
&$0'(1- 81)851*$5'(19,(::$/.72322/&37&775$163$9$,/ 
$1'29(5( )85181,7&37$&7,9(&+),7&7575$16$9$,/  Dec 6, Rabbi Michael Korman, the tor, more strings (violins, violas, cel-
%(5.6+,5(* )851&7&37+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75  spiritual leader of the Congrega-
.(17* )851,785(1(:&$53(715322/1,&(/2&$7,21+2856(&75$16  los and bass), bassoon and percus-
6+()),(/') )85115+$67,1*6),7&75$&7,9(&++2856(&  tion, will lead classes on “The sion players. Call Rickie at 683-0869
 833(5)/225%('%$7+
6287+$03721 &15*'19:&(17$&)8511(:&37$1'$33/6  Great Jewish Women Philoso- or email cvorchestra@aol.com
%(')25') )851%($87,)8/&371(:$336+855,&$1(6+877(56+2856(&  phers”; Dec 26, the a capella male
6287+$03721$ 81)851&$&377,/(+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),7&75 
.(171 &7)851*$5'(19,(:%($87,)8//<5('21($&7,9(&/8%+6( ),7&75  chorus “The Hurricane Harmoniz- Chit Chat Group: We meet at
$1'29(5$ )851&37&75(17$%/(%8,/',1*+2856(&75$163257 
6287+$03721$ 1(:$3363$7,26725$*(&7&(,/,1*)$16+56(&  ers,” performing from All-Ameri- 2:00-3:30 pm, Classroom B of CH,
6866(;$ 81)8515('21(&37&7+2856(&75$16$9$,/  can tunes to the Beach Boys, blow every 1st & 3rd Tue from 2-3. Our
6287+$03721% )851&37/$5*(3$7,215322/+2856(&75$16$9$,/ 
 *5281')/225%('%$7+ into town; Dec 29, Sisterhood lun- discussions are friendly, informa-
125:,&+, )851&(5$0,&7,/(15),71(66&(17(5+56(&15($67*$7( 
&+$7+$01 3(7)5,(1'/<81,7&77+58287)5(6+/<3$,17('*$5'(19,(: 
cheon and card party; Jan 2, cel- tive, interesting and fun. This is a
&+$7+$05 :759,(:&37 &7)851*5($7$5($+2856(&  ebrate New Year at 6:00 pm. For free program. Save the date: Dec
.(17, )85115.(17322/+2856(&&7 &37 
:$/7+$0+ )851&71(:.,7&+(1:,7+*5$1,7(&2817(57236+2856(&  info, call the Temple at 684-3212. 7, Marc Shalloway, attorney, will
&29(175</ $&81,766+2:(567$//1(:&2817(57236,1.,7&+(1+2856(&  Daily minyans at 8:30 am Sun-Fri
&$0'(1( )851&37&7:759,(:15322/+2856(&  discuss “Protecting Your Assets
&$0'(1( )8517,/(:759,(:&/26(72:*+2856(&  (8:45 on Sat). and Getting the Best Long Term
 833(5)/225%('%$7+
$1'29(5% :$6+(5'5<(5)851&7+56(&  Care without Going Broke.” FMI,
125:,&+0 )851&37 9,1</7,/($&¶6+2856(&$&7,9(&+  Baby Boomers Club: We are
125:,&+2 )851&37*$5'(19,(:+2856(&75$16$9$,/$%/( 
call Rhoda @ 686-0835.
:$/7+$0, )8512581)851&3715(*$&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75  looking for more members to vol-
:(//,1*721* 81)851&37,1*:759,(:/2762)63$&(+2856(&75$16 
125:,&+0 )85115(*1(:&2817(57236$1'$336(1&/26('3$7,2  unteer to arrange an activity for Christian Club: We meet 1st
&29(175<% 81)851&$&37+$5':22')/225*$5'(19,(:+56(&  the group. It could be simple or Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of CH.
&29(175<$ )851&37&7*$5'(19,(:+2856(&$&7,9(&+ 
*2/)6('*(( )8//<)851&37/,12/(8015&+75$16$9$,/$%/(  elaborate. Our group includes Also on our sked: Nov 16, casino
&+$7+$0. )851&71(:6729($1'1(:5()5,*(5$725+2856(& 
125:,&+) )851&37*$5'(19,(::$//81,76+2856(&75$16$9$,/$%/( 
those who remember iconic TV trip.
675$7)25'% )85115(*&715$//$0(1,7,(6/2762)63$&(  shows, movies, music, dances,
 *5281')/225&251(5%('%$7+
6+()),(/'$ 3$57)851&(5$0,&7,/(6&53$7,2123(76+56(&  and events of the 50s and 60s. For Deborah Hospital Founda-
&$0'(1) 81)8512876,'((1&/3$7,2&1581,7+56(&  info, email lynnsevan@aol.com
&$0'(1) )851&(175$/$&&37 &(57,/(1(:(5%$7+63$5.,1*$73$7,2'225  tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other mo
&+$7+$0' %($87,)8/&21'2/$.(9,(:&7+2856(&$&7,9(&+  in CH Party Room, 12:00 noon.
&+$7+$0' 81)851&(5$0,&7,/(:759:&(17$&+56(& 
:,1'625) )8//<)851&(17$&&$53(75(17$%/(+56(&  B’nai B’rith Century: This is Call Bea 688-9478; Claire 684-
$1'29(5% )851&(5$0,&7,/(%($87,)8/81,7+56(&  B’nai B’rith International’s 167th
&29(175<& &(5$0,&7,/()851*'19:&$7)5,(1'/<15($67*$7( 
5659; Marge 687-3991.
:,1'6250 )851&37&(17$&$&7,9(&+),7&75+56(&  anniversary. We meet every 4th
 833(5)/225&251(5%('%$7+ 
:,1'625( 81)851%($87,)8//$.(9,(:3$7,2:,7+7,/(+2856(&),71(66&75  Sun, 9:30 am (except holidays), at Duplicate Bridge at Hastings
$1'29(5' )851&(175$/$&&37 &7$&7,9(&+ ),7&75  Anshei Sholom. The schedule: Nov Clubhouse: All bridge players wel-
&29(175<$ )851&7&3715(*2876,'(&251(5+2856(& 
*2/)6('*() %($87,)8/&21'2/,)7,1&/8'(':$6+(5'5<(57,/(&37)851+56(&  28, Israel consulate; Dec 19, come Mon at 7:00 pm and Wed at
6866(;& %($87,)8/)851&21'2:,7+$:759,(:+2856(&75$16 
&$17(5%85<* )851&7$1'/,12/(80.((37+(3/$&(&22/+2856(& 
Chanukah party. Admission is free 1:00 pm, upstairs at Hastings rec
'25&+(67(5% &7)851&251(581,7$&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75+56(&  to members (a modest donation for hall. Call Mimi, 697-2710, if you
&29(175<+ 1,&()85181,715(*$&7,9(&+ ),7&75%($87,)8/ 
 *5281')/225&251(5%('%$7+  guests). Dr. Levy @ 478-6865. have questions or if you need to
&+$7+$0. )851&(175$/$&*$5'(19,(:+2856(&&7 &37 
 833(5)/225&251(5%('%$7+ be matched w/another player.
6$/,6%85<) %($87,)8/)851,6+('1($5($67*$7(&(17$&&+ 322/  Brooklyn U.S.A.: Meets every Bridge lessons coming soon for
&$17(5%85<& %($87<&715$0(1,7,(61(:&$+2856(&75$16$9$,/ 
125:,&+) )851&37*$5'(19,(:+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75  2nd Wed Oct-Apr at 1:30 pm in beginners.
125:,&+& )851&37*$5'(19,(:$&7,9(&+ ),7&75+56(&  Party Room. Our meets are enter-
$1'29(50 )851&37&71(:$&&251(581,7+56(&75$16 
 833(5)/225%('%$7+  taining and informative. We are Evangelical Christian Net-
125:,&+2 )851&37*$5'(19,(:+2856(&75$16$9$,/$%/( 
:$/7+$0, )8512581)851&3715(*$&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75  open to former and present resi- working Club: Meets 1st Fri, 6:30
&29(175<% 15),7&75&37&781)851+2856(&  dents of Brooklyn and their sig- pm, Classroom B of CH. We share
 6($621$/5(17$/6 
 833(5)/225%('%$7+  nificant others. Our special events: relevant info among ourselves and
&29(175<$ &748((16,=('%('%$7+522065('21($&7,9(&+ ),71(66&75 
&29(175<$ 6($621$/21/<,)5(17('%()25(7+(121/<$118$/+2856(& 
Nov 30, Kravis Center tour; Dec with our community. Dee, 827-
'29(5$ :759,(:&775$1632+2856(&)5((/$81'5<+56(&  19, Polynesian dinner & show at 8748; Steve, 389-5300.
 833(5)/225&251(5%('%$7+ 
6287+$03721% )851&37'(9(/230(17+$6,7¶62:1322/&+ ),71(66&75  Mai Kai; Jan 26-27, 2 day-1 nite
125:,&+& )851&37)8//6,=('%('$1'62)$%('&+ ),71(66&75+56(&  trip to Clewiston Sugar Fields then
6+()),(/', )851&37+855,&$1(6+877(5675$16&/8%+6(+56(&  GiGi’s Group: We travel to the
 833(5)/225%('%$7+  off to Ft. Meyers for a show at Mardi Gras Casino every 3rd Mon.
&$0'(1+ )851&778%$1'6+2:(5&37(1&/3$7,20$11('*$7( 
.(17& &775$163257$9$,/6+2:(567$//*5$1,7(&2817(57236:759,(:  Broadway Palm Theater w/ Contact GiGi at 689-6092.
 833(5)/225%('%$7+ overnite stay at the Courtyard
:$/7+$0% )851,6+('6($62121/<&(5$0,&7,/(&/8%+286(,1322/0$11('*$7( 
.(17) )8516($6$9$,/&$76$//2:('15322/&3721&8/'(6$&+56(&  Marriott (meals/tips included, call Hadassah, Judith Epstein
6866(;& %($87,)8/)851&21'2:,7+$:759,(:&+ ),7&75 
 *5281')/225%('%$7+  Rose 683-1564); Feb 27, annual Chapter at CVWPB: Meets 3rd
&+$7+$05 )851:759,(:&7 &3738//837281,7+2856(&  lunch & dance (Estelle 478-0900). Wed at 11:45 am for mini-lunch,
1257+$03721$ )8511(:(5$336$&81,76*$5'(19,(:+2856(& 
+$67,1*6( &3715+$67,1*6),7&75+2856(&75$16$9$,/$%/(  FMI, Steve @ 242-0481. 12:30 meeting at Anshei Sholom.
 *5281')/225&251(5%('%$7+ 
&+$7+$0. )851&(17/$&*$5'(19,(:+56(&&7 &37&/8%+6( ),7&75  Rosetta, 689-2459.
&+$7+$0+ /,12/)/225$1'&37)851:759,(:&$+2856(&  Canadian Club: Meets 4th Wed,
:$/7+$0% &37&7(;75$3$7,2%($87,)8/75$16$9$,/$%/(+56(& 
 *5281')/225%('%$7+  Party Room of CH, 1:00 pm. Holocaust Survivors of the
&$17(5%85<+ )851&7*$5'(19,(:1(:$336+2856(&  Membership open to all. Lots of
1257+$037215 +2856(&$&7,9(&+$1'),7&75+2856(&  Palm Beaches: Meet 2 nd Wed,
6+()),(/') 15+$67,1*6),7&75&/($1$1')5(6++56(&75$16$9$,/  great activities. Betty, 684-0766; 9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom. Our
&$0'(1* &371(:$3366&5((1('3$7,275$16$9$,/$%/(+56(& 
6$/,6%85<* &37&775$16+2856(&$&7,9(&+ ),7&75  Franne, 478-9526; Madelaine, next meet will be held Dec 8, then
 *5281')/225%('%$7+ 684-5595.
1257+$03721 )851:759:&37$1'7,/( 
Jan 12, Feb 9, Mar 11 and Apr 13,
675$7)25'. %($87,)8//<)851,+6('&21'2:&7&$ +($7+56(&  Yom Ha’shoa — Remembrance
 833(5)/225&251(5%('%$7+ 
*2/)6('*() )8//%$7+6/,)7&37:$6+(5'5<(5)851%($87<+2856(&  Century Village Camera Club: Day. Kathy, 689-0393.
*2/)6('*() &$&715(*&++$6,7¶62:1322/  We will host our 1st meet on Dec 14,
6+()),(/'/ &(175$/$&)851+2856(&75$16$9$,/$%/( 
6+()),(/'- 35,67,1()851&3721(2)7+(35(77,(67,1&9+2856(&  10:00 am, Classroom C. All are wel- Irish-American Cultural
'25&+(67(5% &7)851&251(581,7$&7,9(&++2856(& 
&29(175<+ 1,&()85181,715(*$&7,9(&++2856(& 
come. Just bring an interest in tak- Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in CH,
 *5281')/225&251(5%('%$7+  ing pictures. Spread the word. Con- 2:00 pm, Room C. For info, call
&$0'(1+ 3(5*2)/225,1*)85115322/$1':*9(5<:(//7$.(1&$5(2) 
$1'29(5$ &7)851+2856(&$&7,9(&+$1'),7&75  tact Ken, cameraclubcv@gmail.com Robert, 917-704-0223.
December 2010 THE UCO REPORTER Page 49
Italian-American Culture you enjoy music, contact GiGi at Super Seniors Club: Interest-
Club: We’re running a bus trip to
Mardi Gras Casino on Jan 11,
2011, $5 pp w/$5 bonus play &
689-6092; the feeling of giving joy
to others is so rewarding.
ing convo about current issues af-
fecting seniors at the CV 912 Su-
per Seniors Group. During the first
½¬¹¶¬·´¹°
$3 food voucher (valid at all their Mind Spa Discussion Group: two meets, the focus was on the +$1'<0$1
restaurants). To reserve your seat, Meets 2nd and 4th Thu, 1:30 pm, in changes to healthcare with attend-
CH, CR A. All are invited for in- ees exchanging opinions. We meet $OO\RXUKDQG\PDQVHUYLFHVDQGPRUHELJ
call Dolores, 688-0876. Also at bat:
Dec 4, trip on the Jungle Queen, depth discussions of significant is- every 1st Thu, 10:00 am in the CH RUVPDOO7KHUHLVQROLPLWWRP\H[SHUWLVH
bus leaves Citibank lot at 4:00 pm, sues. Allan, 587-3602. as a forum for sharing knowledge, DLUFRQGLWLRQHUÀOWHUVWRWRLOHWÀ[HVEXOEV
fee ($58 members/$60 guests) in- asking questions and educating
Na’Amat USA (Pioneer ourselves. Email SDLQWWKDWVKHOI
cludes bus/cruise/meal/show/tips
(Anna, 684-5605); Feb 18-25, Car- Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00 pm, cv912superseniors@gmail.com
ibbean Cruise on the Costa
Atlantica departs from Miami to
Nassau, Tortola, Catalina Island
at Cypress Lakes Auditorium for
mini-lunch and interesting pro-
grams, guests are always welcome
Three Friends: Two singers
and a piano player entertain every

and the Grand Turks, rate includes (Rhoda 478-8559). Coming last Thu in CH rm C w/music of
the 30s to the 60s. Come listen and
cruise/bus/insurance/port/taxes/ events: Dec 5-12, Belize, Hondu-
ras, Costa Maya and Key West on enjoy w/Ellie, Wolf and Sonia.
:RUG)LQG0LFKDHO'RXJODV
tips (Michelina, 914-764-8047).
We also resume Sat bowling at the Norwegian Pearl (Sylvia 686-
Verdes on Oct 30, 9:00 am (Fran, 5350). WOW: Women of Wellington
616-3314). welcome you to events of won-
NYC Transit Retirees Club: der. Dec 3, card party at the Crazy
Jewish History: Exploring We are looking for new members. Buffet featuring a door prize and
highways and byways of Jewish For more info, call Kathy, 689- 50/50 raffle; Jan 23, The Sound
history, including “Jewish Spies,” 0393. of Music matinee at the Maltz Ju-
taught by Frank Handler, every Fri piter Theater with dinner at the
at 1:30 pm, starting Jan 7 at CH OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal- Tabica Grill. Lenore, 683-4166;
CR C. Preregister for each month: Seniors): Jan 10 is our cutoff date Judy, 687-9553.
Jan, Feb, Mar ($11 ea mo). Call to join; we will not accept any new
684-8686. members afterwards. The next Yiddish Advanced Reading
meeting is Dec 13, 3:00 pm, in the Group: Menke Katz Reading
Jewish War Veterans Post Party Room. Angelo, 687-7575. Circle invites readers to join group
#501: Meets 1 st Sun, Cypress headed by Troim Handler. Cur-
Lakes CH. Breakfast at 9:00; meet- Philadelphia Club: Meets 2nd rently reading Night by Elie Wiesel
ing at 9:30; meets from Sep to May Tue, 12:30 pm, Aitz Chaim. All in Yiddish. The group meets 2nd &
with guest speakers. Activities in- welcome. For more info, call 4th Fri of ea mo @ 10 am. Troim,
clude servicing VA patients. Ralph, Sylvia, 683-5224. 684-8686.
689-1271; Howard, 478-2780.
Queens NY Club: Meets 4th Yiddish Chorus: Men and
Jewish War Veterans Post Tue from Sep to Mar at the women members welcome. No
#520: Meets 4th Sun at Elks Lodge, Somerset Pool, 11:00 am-1:00 pm. knowledge of Yiddish necessary.
Belvedere Rd. Continental break- Where we’re swimming: Dec 19; Rehearses every Wed at 1:30 pm
fast at 9:00, followed by general Snoopy; Jan 16, Mame; Feb 13, beginning Dec 1 in CH music rm
meeting. Come as our guest and Plaza Suite. Harriet, 684-9712. B. Director/conductor: Shelley
see what we’re all about! Walt, Tanzer. Call Edy, 687-4255.
478-6521; Phil, 686-2086. Sisterhood of Aitz Chaim: Will
host a luncheon, card and game Yiddish Class: Meets Thu at
Jewish War Veterans Ladies party at the temple, 2518 N. 10:00 am, CH CR A, beginning Jan
Auxiliary Post #520: Meets 3rd Haverhill Rd. Reservations re- 6. Taught by Golda Shore. Regis-
Mon at The Classic. A continental quired. Charlotte, 478-8756. ter at Class Office. Call 697-3367.  6HHLI\RXFDQ¿QGWKHVHZRUGVFRQQHFWHGWRWKHDFWRU¿UVW
breakfast is served at 9:00 am, fol- DVVRFLDWHGZLWK79¶V6WUHHWVRI6DQ)UDQFLVFRDQGODWHUWKULOOHUV
lowed by our meeting. Our efforts Strictly Ballroom Dance Yiddish Vinkl: The Village’s OLNH$3HUIHFW0XUGHU
go to creating welcome kits for Group: Meets every Sat, 6-8 pm, unique and much-loved Vinkl
at CH Party Room (time/day sub- meets all-year round every 1st and ‡ $WWUDFWLRQ ‡ .LUN
the veterans at the VA Center at
Military Trail and various positions ject to change). All dancers are 3rd Sun, 1:30-3:00 pm, in CH mu- ‡ &DPHURQ ‡ 3URGXFHU
at the Center. We find our volun- welcome. No charge; music is sic rm. All are welcome. Yiddish ‡ &KRDWH ‡ 7KH*DPH
teer work helpful and rewarding good; come join us. Your hosts are knowledge is not required, as all ‡ )DOOLQJ'RZQ ‡ :DOO6WUHHW
and welcome new members. Dor- Bill (plays the music) and Hugh is translated to English. Call Edy, ‡ ,QVWLQFW ‡ =HWD-RQHV
othy, 478-6521. (offers a helping hand to beginning 687-4255.
couples). Call Bill 684-2451 or Solution on page 51
Karaoke in the Village: Con- Hugh 689-3466.
tinues every Tue (6:30-9:30) and
Fri (6:00-9:00) in the CH Party
Room. All are welcome to sing
along with Jack. For more info,
call 616-0973.

Knights of Pythias: You are in-


vited to join Palm Beach Rainbow
Lodge #203, meet 2nd and 4th Mon
at North County Senior Center,
Northlake Blvd. We welcome new
members, duals, reinstatements
and transferees from out of state.
We are a fraternal brotherhood fos-
tering the credo of friendship,
charity, benevolence. Mike, 615-
0218.

Latin American Club: Thank


you all for supporting our dance,
benefiting the St. Mary’s cancer
kids; we raised $1,700. May God
bless you all!

Merry Minstrels: Meet Thu,


10:00-11:00 am, Music Room B.
We are a group who enjoy singing
at various nursing homes. We’re
looking for new members, so if
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