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Vol. 30, No. 1 January 2011

“A TIME TO GET SERIOUS”

Maintain or Deteriorate
For most of us, life continues on day after idea of paying $600 to have a plumber replace
day with little thought that we might be at a a 12-year-old water heater that isn’t leaking
crossroads concerning this place where we live. now; yet if it isn’t replaced, it can burst and
And yet we are at a crossroads, say a number cause great damage, especially if it is in an
of our association presidents, board members, upper-floor apartment. This brings in the
and UCO representatives. The reason? The insurance companies and maybe the mold
“A word to the wise” majority of our buildings are 30-40 years old specialists, and the questions of who will pay
and deteriorating before our eyes. How many what, who won’t pay, and will the association
AT&T Marketing Blitz in CV of our owners in the Village are aware of and (which means all the owners in the buildings)
acting on this? have to pick up a large part of the tab? Later
We have received a number of calls in UCO about AT&T Before we cite the negatives, there are two on, we find our insurance rates have gone up
aggressively marketing its products in Century Village. Sales- generally agreed-upon positives that should dramatically as a consequence. This has al-
persons, often in pairs, are knocking on doors around the dinner be noted. Most ready happened.
hour and at other times, and making a presentation to “hard sell”
our unit owners Digital Telephone Service, High-Speed Inter-
of our buildings
h ave h a d n ew
The problem would seem One of
the things being
net, and television products. Taken jointly, the AT&T system is roofs installed to be getting everybody on done by the Main-
branded “U-Verse.”
A bit of background is in order. Some 10 years ago, UCO
within the past six board to implement the pre- tenance Commit-
tee and the Insur-
years—the hurri-
signed an Agreement, allowing AT&T the right, at some time in canes forced that ventive measures we need to ance Committee,
the future, to come into Century Village and market their prod-
ucts. This right extended for 15 years from the time of signing,
issue. And most take as our buildings reach chaired by Toni
Salometo, has
of our buildings
and thus has 5 years to run. In return for this right, AT&T paid that needed it the 35-40-year-old mark. been the prepara-
UCO a significant sum of money. While a nondisclosure clause have been recent- tion of Preven-
forbids me from stating the amount, it is in the six-figure range. ly repainted. The tive Maintenance
Any unit owner interested in a copy of the Agreement may, of painting has not only improved the appearance Checklists. One idea behind these is for as-
course, come to UCO for a copy. Of particular importance is of buildings, but also protected concrete block sociation boards to put owners on notice that
the fact that while the Agreement gives AT&T access to market walls from water penetration. their units will be checked concerning imple-
their products, it specifically forbids door-to-door solicitation. There are three areas, it is said, that need dili- mentation of the listed preventive maintenance
Thus these aggressive tactics are forbidden. gent attention, however, or they will be costing measures. After a unit is checked, each owner
Anecdotal accounts of the sales tactics include statements us big bucks. Some of these have already cost would get a copy of the report on his unit. It
that “Dave Israel specifically authorized the salespersons to associations the big bucks. These areas are: is hoped this will be a help to him, and he will
canvass the Village.” This is patently false; no person in UCO be compliant in taking remedial measures. He
has spoken to these agents. The agents are also claiming that 1. Interior water leaks and flooding.
will at least have been put on notice concerning
new fiberoptic wiring will be installed into your apartment. This 2. Electrical connections that have loosened
deficiencies, so he cannot later say, “I had no
is untrue. Our unit owners are being told, too, that if they so with age and need tightening.
idea . . . .”
not sign up, future changes will render their current telephone 3. Strengthening of our concrete elements,
It is possible that associations that have
service inoperative – an absurd claim. And one person was told particularly the balusters, catwalks and stair-
been compliant will get a break on their insur-
that AT&T was buying out the Comcast contact – yet another wells.
ance rates. Some say they will get a significant
ridiculous statement. The first two areas, involving plumbing and break. Others say it won’t amount to much, if
There have been offers of up to $300 for “signing now.” Close electrical, have been addressed throughout the anything, because insurance companies can’t
examination of this offer indicates that this is about some sort summer and fall by Dom Guarnagia, chairman be bothered going into this kind of detail. Roof
of gift certificates, not cash. of the Maintenance Committee. His monthly mitigation reports make a difference, yes, but
Continued on page 3 articles in the Reporter and his monthly Main- not this stuff. Still others point out that it will
tenance classes have focused mainly on preven- take 100% compliance on the part of all unit
tive measures—some very inexpensive—that owners of an association—not easily obtainable

Delegate Assembly associations and homeowners should be taking


to reduce the chances of major leaks and flood-
in many cases.
No matter what the effects on insurance, it
ing. He has also explained with diagrams how seems clear to many in the Village that we are at
the one simple step of having a licensed electri- a crossroads, and that we need to get everybody
Friday, January 7, 2011 cian tighten the connections in an association’s on board about taking preventive maintenance
electrical panel and in each homeowner’s elec- measures. We pay $600 for a set of four new tires

9:30 AM trical panel, at a cost of around $35 per panel,


will lessen the danger of arcing and fire in these
on our car before the bald tires—still going—are
the cause of an accident, one person has noted. It
components. is in the nature of relatively minor maintenance
The problem would seem to be getting matters not attended to that you pay the piper
Clubhouse Theatre everybody on board to implement the preven- later—often big time. Let’s all get on board in
tive measures we need to take as our buildings this effort, we are urged—year-rounders, snow-
reach the 35-40-year mark. Nobody loves the birds, and nonresident owners. o
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER January 2011
The Canadians and their Florida Insurance
Delegate Assembly Minutes as published in “Le Club Francois Unis”

December 3, 2010 Par Martin Rivard


Well, je croyais que... ou
même si ie tuyau qui a fait
défaut était dans son mur. Il
«post datées», ou ils vous re-
tourneront des chèques.
The meeting was called to order at 9:30 a.m. by President bien, mais, au Canada… est responsable seulement s´il Mais, au Canada... j´ai
David Israel. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was led S.V.P. Permettez-moi de dé- a été négligent et comme je une couverture de respon-
by Lieutenant Richard Diberardino. mystifier les «us et coutumes» le dis à tous, essayez donc de sabilité de 1 ou 2 millions.
Two announcements were made: ainsi que les pratiques locales prouver qu´il a été négligeant! La plupart des compagnies
• The cancellation of the December CERT meeting; the en matière d´assurance en Il est très important que votre d´assurance de la Floride ont
next meeting will be January 17. Floride. intèrieur de condo soit assuré, un maximum de $300,000
• The dismissal of any AT&T representatives, due to the Débutons avec mes favor- et rappelez-vous que votre pour cotte couverture. Je re-
nature of the meeting, which is UCO’s monthly board of direc- ites: well... je croyais que: voisin n´est pas responsable, commande de toujours obtenir
tors meeting. Well...je pensais qu´on avait non plus, de votre déductible. le maximum de couverture,
Paulette Burdick, County Commissioner, District 2, brought 30 jours pour payer après Well... je croyais que mes èvidemment. La différence
holiday greetings, and introduced her assistant, Payton McAr- avoir recu notre facture. bijoux étaient assurés parce de couverture entre $100,000
thur. Malheureusement, la péri- que j´ai une assurance qui et $300,000 est d´environ $15
PBSO Captain Calloway reported only petty thefts this ode de grâce pour les paie- couvre mes biens personnels. seulement.
month. He reported 58 citations and 70 traffic stops. He alerted ments en retard n´existe plus. Vos bijoux sont effective- Mais, au Canada... pour
us to be cautious and watchful during the holiday season. His Le paiement doit être recu au ment considérés comme des a s s u re r m a m a i s o n d e
telephone number is 561-776-2000. plus tard à 12:01 la journée effets personnels et sont cou- $400,000 construite en 1980,
Sara Alsofrom of the State Attorney’s office (phone 355- qu´il est dù. verts en cas de sinistre. Par la prime annuelle est de $500
7249) gave a report on their continued success in stopping gang Well... j´ai fermé l´eau contre, chaque police couvre seulement.
activity. avant mon départ, donc je pour un montant maximum On ne retrouve pas au Canada
Patrice Schroeder (phone 211) introduced the Elder Crisis ne croyais pas nécessaire dans le cas d´un vol. Exemple: des menaces de réclamations
Outreach, and the Sunshine Program for the Elderly and their d´avoir quelqu´un pour sur- votre Rolex de $10,000 sera catastrophiques comme ici en
caregivers. Telephone contact is Noel at 383-1117. veiller ma résidence. remplacée si la perte provi- Floride lors d´ouragans. Une
Sheryl Steckler from the Attorney’s Office explained her Je ne le répepterai jamais ent d´un incendie, mais on tempète de neige n´a jamais
position, of holding county officials responsible for their ac- assez, ne fournissez pas à vous remboursera seulement causé pour $10 milliards en perte
tions. The telephone number is 877-283-7068, and complaint votre compagnie d´assurance $1,000 pour tous les bijoux dans le marché des assurances.
forms can be obtained at www.pbcgov.com/oig. une raison pour ne pas payer dans le cas d´un vol. C´était seulement quelques
The minutes of the November 5 Delegate Assembly were votre réclamation. Chaque Et maintenant mes favoris exemples de mauvaises com-
accepted as written. compagnie d´assurance veut dans: mais, au Canada… préhensions rapportées par nos
There were 191 Delegates registered at the door. que vous agissiez avec pru- Mais, au Canada... je peux clients Canadiens. Je vous invite
George Franklin nominated Ed Black for Treasurer to fill the dence lorsque votre propriété envoyer 6 chèques «post- à visiter notre site web : www.
unexpired term of Dorothy Tetro. Randall Borchardt seconded est vacante. Ceci inclut mais datés» à ma compagnie rivardinsurance.com et à vous
the nomination. A roll call vote was taken. There were 137 “yes” n´est pas limité á couper l´eau, d´assurance. inscrire à notre Newsletter.
votes, 46 “no” votes, and 1 abstention (a total of 184 votes — 7 contröler l´humidté et faire Les banques de la Floride Vous pourrez ainsi suivre les
delegates had left the meeting). surveiller votre propiété et ce, n´acceptent pas les chèques différents changements qui peu-
President Israel reported that upgrades are almost completed pour aider à prévenir ou mini- «post-datés». Si vous en en- vent se produire dans le marché
on the gate houses. These improvements should decrease the miser une réclamation. voyez, de deux choses l´une des assurance en Floride.
number of stolen cars and broken gates. Well... je ne pensals pas que : ou ils seront encaissés im- Bon relour aux “snow-
Regarding the recent onslaught of AT&T representatives in j´avais besoin d´assurance. médiatement, si la banque ne birds” el bonne saison à
the Village: A contract was signed with AT&T in 2000, in which Le building est déjà assuré se rend pas compte des dates tous! o
UCO received a significant amount of money from AT&T. This avec l´association.
contract prohibits door-to-door solicitation. Any sales person
who has not been called in, should be denied access to the Vil-
L´assurance de l´association
couvre pas I´intérieur de la Photographers Wanted
lage. proprièté. Dans le cas d´une
The meeting was adjourned at 10:50 a.m. perte, vous serez responsable
The UCO Reporter needs your
Respectfully submitted, Louise A. Maccarone, Recording de la dèmolition, ramassage help. Send pictures of happenings
Secretary; David B. Israel, President. des dèbris et le remplace-
ment de la cuisine, des salles
and events around Century Village
de bain, du recouvrement de to ucoreporterpix@gmail.com
plancher, des luminaires...
Search/Nominations Committee Le coût moyen pour ces rem-
attach a brief description of whats
Time is getting close for the nominating of two vice placements est d´environ $50/ happening and your name for a
pi. c.
presidents and ten executive board members for UCO. Well... je croyais que mon
photo credit. We need the original
Each of these openings is for a two year term. voisin était responsable des picture from your camera, do not
dommages étant donné que
Every candidate must be a resident in Century l´eau provenait de son unité.
resize. Pictures will be used at the
Village for nine months a year and must own their Votre voisin n´est pas re- discretion of the editor.
Track # __________
sponsable pour vos dommages
own apartment. Executive board nominees must also
volunteer to serve on two committees. January Open Meetings
Date Time Group Location
Serving the community is a fulfilling and satisfactory
1/03/11 1:30 pm Executive Board Room B
job. Once you’ve taken on this responsibility, you’ll 1/07/11 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater
probably never want to give it up. 1/07/11 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office
1/07/11 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
Try it, you’ll like it.
1/11/11 9:30 am Irrigation UCO Office
Bring a completed bio with your picture to the 1/13/11 1:30 pm Volunteer Luncheon Party Room
UCO office addressed to the Search/Nominations 1/25/11 10:00 am Operations UCO Office
Committee or to me. 1/26/11 1:30-2:30 Homestead Sign-Up Room C
1/27/11 10:00 am Officers UCO Office
Roberta Boehm-Fromkin
1/31/11 1:30 pm Executive Board Room B
January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3
The Canadians and their Florida Insurance
as published in “Le Club Francois Unis”
The article on the left is insurance because the building sonal items. From the Desk of
entitled “The Canadians and
their Florida Insurance.” How-
is already insured through the Your jewelry, in effect, is
considered personal property
Vice President
association.
ever, it appears they have the The association insurance and is covered in certain in-
Bob Marshall
most of the same questions does not cover the interior of stances. For instance, each
we all have. Let us remove the the property. In case of a loss, policy covers for a certain
mysteries of insurance with you would be responsible for maximum amount of cover-
some of our favorite questions. demolition, removal of de- age. Example: Your 10,000
Well...I thought we had 30 bris and replacement of your Rolex would be replaced if
Mark your calendars signals.
days to pay after we receive kitchen, bathrooms, floors and the cause of loss is fire but
for February 18th! YES, you need the set-
our bill. Unfortunately, the lights. For informational pur- you would be reimbursed only
Becker and Poliakoff top box for your primary
grace period for late payments poses, these damages could be $1000 for all your jewelry in
will be in the clubhouse to TV, and you need to make
no longer exists. in the area of $50,000. the event of a theft.
present a seminar geared an appointment to have the
The latest payment can be Well...I thought my neigh- This last one may interest
to the officers and board new DTA box(es) installed.
received to avoid cancellation bor would be responsible for you also:
members, which will lead The schedule for signing
is 12:01 AM on the day it is due. damages resulting from water But in Canada...I can send
to a certificate. More data up for an installation ap-
Well...I closed the water coming from his unit. 6 checks (post-dated) to my
on this later—watch Chan- pointment is printed in this
before I left, so I didn’t think Your neighbor is not at fault insurance company. Florida
nel 63 and the blog. Call and the December edition
it was necessary to have some- for your damages even if the banks do not accept post dated
the office and reserve your of this newspaper. If you
one visit my residence. water pipe in all is faulty. He checks. If you do send mul-
place at this seminar cannot get to the clubhouse
I cannot repeat this enough, is only responsible if he was tiple checks the following will
As more and more sea- on your appointment day
don’t furnish your insurance negligent, but the difficulty is occur – they will immediately
sonal residents are arriving, or if you have mobility dif-
company with a reason to not to prove he was negligent. It is be deposited or they will re-
the questions regarding the ficulties, please call me and
pay your claim. Each insur- very important that the interior turn the checks.
Comcast service and espe- we will attempt to make
ance company wants you to be of your condo be insured and The last two questions are
cially the use of the remote arrangements. Again, it is
prudent when your property is again remember, that your strictly for Canada. Therefore,
control and the need for extremely important that
vacant. This includes and not neighbor is not responsible I am not translating.
the box(es) are increasing. you receive this equipment!
limited to shutting the water, for your damages, nor for your I hope this gives you an-
Call the office and schedule There will be a drastic
controlling humidity and look deductible. swers to some of our most
a place at the classes now change in service on or
around the property to help Well...I thought my jewelry asked questions.
being formed. You need about February 1st. Do not
minimize a claim. was insured because my policy Translated by: Claudette
the box and really need to get caught short. Without
Well...I though I didn’t need states I have coverage for per- LaBonte o
understand the remote con- the boxes you will have
trol for best usage of the very limited possibilities.
The “Mail Bag” sec-
Presidents Corner tion ofthe UCO Reporter Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. Association to meet the new
From Page 1 represents the OPINIONS Board Member statutory requirements for
OF THE AUTHOR ONLY. Certification Language for board members. They will
UCO is attempting to identi- UCO supports the pub- DBPR Website. also gain an understanding
fy senior management at AT&T lication of the diverse Board Member Education on how to prepare a budget,
and put them on formal notice opinions of our residents, Certification operate and maintain reserves,
of this violation of the Agree- and will endeavor to con- “Everything You Wanted conduct and notice an elec-
ment. In the meantime, associa-
Let’s become a tine to publish opinions To Know About Being A tion, maintain the associations
tion boards should be vigilant in kinder, gentler Village which may be considered Board Member But Were records, dispute resolution,
protecting their buildings from in-flammatory but not Afraid To Ask!” contracts, financial reporting
these tactics. On the way out of the the- defama-tory. Presented by Becker & Po- along with other board related
If after careful consideration, ater on Friday after the Del- liakoff, PA responsibilities.
you wish to subscribe to the new egates Meeting and after I had not come close to the accom- The Law Firm of Becker The teaching methods uti-
AT&T services, that is your been attacked for the 10,000th plishments of those they try to & Poliakoff, P.A., is a Divi- lized for the course will con-
choice, but be aware that sign- time, a woman told me that she destroy. sion approved condominium sist of live presentation featur-
ing up for U-Verse will NOT was from the Midwest and was There is the story of a lady education provider autho- ing examples and case-studies.
relieve you from paying the bulk not used to the rude and nasty whose car broke down in traf- rized to issue Board Members Handouts will be provided as
Comcast Cable monthly fee. people of Century Village. fic. While she was trying very a certificate of satisfactory well as resources for addi-
Also, as always, be resistant to Like most of the rest of the hard to get the car started, the completion of the educational tional information. Questions
requests for your credit card and people in CV, I also relocated man behind her was frantically curriculum mandated for ser- are encouraged at any time
social security card information, here, but from a kinder, gentler blowing his horn, causing oth- vice on the board of directors and there will be a question
and beware of statements that place. ers to join him. Finally, the of a condominium association and answer session at the end.
this deal must be signed “now.” What gives some people lady got out of her car, walked by s. 718.112(2)(d)3 b, Florida Audience majority will de-
Ask the salesperson to leave a here the right to attack others? back to the honker and said, Statutes. Our Statewide Edu- cide which of the four topics
copy of the contract for you to What makes them think they “Maybe this would work better cational classes are scheduled will be discussed. The course
study, and show it to someone do not have to follow the rules if I sat in your car and blew the at our Becker & Poliakoff duration will be between two
you trust to look it over. Please that the rest of us follow? Do horn, while you started mine.” local offices and other venues hours to three hours. At the
do not rush to sign any contract they think rude, loud, obnox- Are you a honker because around the state, subject to end of the course the Board
without taking time to research ious behavior endears them to someone else started honking, demand and availability. All Members in attendance will
the consequences! others? What gives them the or do you try to fix the problem instructors have been certified receive a Certificate of At-
In closing, one further point right to tell lies about others or be patient and find out the by the Regulatory Council of tendance. There is no charge
of information: The salesper- and then perpetuate them for facts? When you follow those CAM and have been present- to attend our course, however
sons are telling our security years so that newcomers pick who choose to disrupt, you ing Becker & Poliakoff, P.A. registration is a must. You
guards they are coming to the up the distorted untruths and become part of the problem. sponsored seminars statewide will receive your Certificate
Village to “speak to their cur- start getting up to fire their Let’s isolate the instigators for four years or more. All of Completion at the end of
rent customers.” In accordance own accusations? and make them prove what instructors have Juris Doctor our course.
with our long-standing rules, There is a nucleus here they are saying. Let’s become Degrees and have been prac- Call the UCO office to reg-
unless these people have been that has its own agenda. That a kinder, gentler Village. ticing community association ister for this seminar before
called in, they will not be ad- agenda is to destroy anyone Let’s thank those who serve law for over four years. February 18, 2011
mitted. that does not sing their song. If instead of honking our horns Participants will learn a ba- Call Bob Marshall for further
My best wishes to everyone you totaled all of their positive at them! sic understanding of the daily details or for answers to your
for an enjoyable 2011. accomplishments, it would Jean Dowling operations of a Condominium questions. o
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER January 2011
your information to the staff
in our Ticket Office, and your
updates will begin the fol-
lowing month. Or, if it’s more
WPRF, Inc. convenient for you to do so, Safety
Anita J. Pearce, VP
you may subscribe by going George Franklin
to our website, www.centu-
ryvillagetheater.com, which
allows you to subscribe on-
line. Just go to the bottom of
the page and click on “Sign
With 2010 having drawn door prizes to some very up for Emails” in the black Hi folks. I hope you all How to select and use a
to a close, we begin our busi- lucky recipients, so hold on box, where you can enter had a Happy Holiday Season, fire extinguisher:
est time of the year. Over the to your ticket stub —– and your personal information. and no one out there was a Is your unit equipped with
next three months we have note, you must be present As reported in one of my crime victim. I wish all of a fire extinguisher? If so,
planned many gala annual to win. Please remember a earlier articles, some of our you a happy, healthy, safe is it reachable in case of
events, specialty dances and special dance dress code for residents are still making New Year. emergency? A good choice
wonderful shows for each the Sweethearts Ball will be photocopies of their WPRF The latest report on the is an ABC 10-lb. dry chemi-
week. Our classes and clubs strictly enforced. Refer to ID cards and attempting to Village I have from the Palm cal extinguisher. What does
continue to meet on a regular the February Happenings for use these copies to gain ad- Beach County Sheriff’s of- this mean? ABC is short for
basis as well, and many of our further details. mittance through the gates fice was very good. the three kinds of fires: trash,
clubs have annual luncheons Our community has won- and/or to WPRF facilities. Lets first review what not electrical, and liquid/grease. A
and dinners here in the Club- derfully talented artists. You Whenever a photocopied ID to do to keep warm. If you are 10-lb. extinguisher is a large
house, so we have something can see monthly displays of is presented, our guards are using a space heater-electric one. It is what I have in my
for everyone to enjoy! artwork on our Clubhouse instructed to confiscate that heater, do not leave it close to unit. A dry chemical powder
If you have not purchased wall, and you can also at- photocopy and return it to items that can catch fire. Keep will smother a fire. There are
your dance tickets yet for tend our Annual Art Show to our ID office. WPRF then it far enough away from bed- also smaller extinguishers
the Sweethearts Ball to be be held this year on Friday, maintains a record of those ding and furniture, and do not available for the home and
held on February 12, 2011, February 25 th in the Party who have chosen to use their place it on the carpet! Place vehicle.
we still have plenty of good Room. We offer free admis- own photocopied ID card(s) it on tile. When going to bed, If you have to use an extin-
seats and full tables for eight sion to this event, where you as part of that resident’s per- either turn it off or put it on the guisher, point the nozzle at the
left. The music of Bar ry can spend as much time as manent record, and repeat lowest setting possible. Do not base of the fire, not the flame.
Blyth will help you dance you like admiring the work offenders will face a period go out shopping, leaving it on Remember, however, to always
the night away on this very of your neighbors. Many of suspension from WPRF and unattended. call 911 first. If you feel the
special, romantic evening. varied artists participate, facilities. I strongly urge ev- Smoke alarms: fire is too much  for you to
WPRF is pleased to provide and you can browse through ery resident to refrain from Do your smoke alarms handle, do not stay there—get
displays of painting, jewelry- this practice, and simply have fresh batteries, and out! Never use a liquid extin-
making, quilting, ceramics, present the WPRF-issued ID
HOWIE’S
do they work? Check to guisher on a grease/electrical
wood-working, glass fusion, card when requested to do so. see. The last I heard, Palm fire—grease will splatter all
stained glass, lapidary, and Our staff is hard at work Beach Fire Rescue, for free, over and make things worse,

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other arts & crafts. Please making your WPRF facilities

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would check out or install and electrical wires may short

F r i e support your neighbors and


friends by attending this
wonderful annual event.
as efficient, clean and well-
maintained as possible. The
Petanque courts have been
a smoke alarm.  Check with
them about this if you are
interested.
out and spread the fire.
Until next time, BE SAFE
OUT THERE! o
CAR Thank you to all who are
participating in our The-
resurfaced and improved for
this season, and those who
SERVICE ater’s 2010-11 season. As
you have already seen, we
frequent the pools in Camden,
Kent and Southamp-ton will
have a wonderful lineup of see new patio furniture soon
to and from shows to please all tastes after the f irst of the year, CERT:
in entertainment. We also which completes the delivery Community Emergency
Airport, provide regular updates by of new furniture at all WPRF Response Team

Doctors and e-mail to those who wish to pools. As we work on the Jackie Karlan
be on our e-mail list to keep 2010-11 budgeted projects,
Shopping you abreast of show changes,
as well as provide you with
look for other new improve-
ments on Picnic Island, the
information about upcoming tennis courts and Hastings
Call shows and performers. If you Fitness Center, to name a few. CERT is about readiness, the Health Fair sponsored
would like to receive these Happy New Year to all of people helping people, do- by the Medical Center.
309-9994 e-mail updates, please give you, and be well. o ing the greatest good for the Many residents stopped at
greatest number of people. our table and showed inter-
CERT is a positive and real- est in the CERT program.
istic approach to emergency We urge them to attend our
situations where residents meetings.
are on their own and our Welcome Back Seasonal
actions make a difference. Residents!
Yes, we were lucky this W e l c o m e N e w R e s i -
Hurricane season, but we dents!
were prepared for emer- Attend lively, informa-
gency situations. We are tive, interactive CERT
not going to get complacent meetings.
during our winter months. Our meetings are held
Our training continues and in the CV Clubhouse Art
reaffirms our ability to work Room, the third Monday of
together as a team and each month. Our next meet-
maintain our team skills. ing will take place on Jan.
R e c e n t l y m e m b e r s o f 17, 2011.
the CERT team, John Hess, W e w i s h e v e r y o n e a
Lori Torres, George Loew- Happy and Healthy New
enstein and I participated in Year! o
January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5

Security An editorial:
by Frank Cornish
Investigations A Call for Civility
The past month of No- Agreed the courtesy in the US Senate isn’t what
Louise Gerson vember, we had 21,509 en- it used to be, but that is no excuse for the ranting
tries into Century Village and badmouthing that took place at the December
and 506 denied entries.
UCO delegates meeting before the vote was taken
Also, we had 13 broken Gate
Arms between both Gate to elect the new UCO treasurer. In the process both
Houses. the appointee and our duly elected president were
Hope every one’s holidays one application for $100 each. Security is experiencing verbally bashed at the microphone in a way that
were great! Best wishes for a I sincerely hope our future an issue that seems to hap- was shameful and made many delegates cringe.
healthy, happy New Year! Delegate meetings will be held pen every year around this Unproved charges, guilt by association, and hear-
Those of us who work at with respect for other people’s time of the Holidays, that
UCO are volunteers who enjoy views. It does not hurt to be
say “evidence” were flying all over the place.
being Residents/Renters There is a place for vigorous dissent, but let it
helping others. Our dedicated, nice to one another. giving their family members
great crew in Investigations The Volunteers at UCO, be done with decorum and respect. Yes, some of
and guests their IDs to gain
are Al, David, Delroy, Coralie, whether elected by you or ap- the minority view expressed themselves courte-
entry into Century Village.
Abe, Max, Mildred, Sandy pointed by the elected presi- This causes the problem of ously at the meeting. They are to be commended.
and Ed. They make your lives dent are here to help this Security enforcing the Post It is the “bashing” by a small number that has no
much easier. Village. You may not agree Orders of Security confis- place in our discussions. The sooner Century Vil-
Our new applications can with how things are run, but cating the IDs and Passes. lage West Palm Beach earns a reputation for civil
be picked up over the Inter- it does not give you the right Security then gets threats behavior at its meetings, the prouder we can all
net or at our office. You still to make “mince meat” out both verbally and physically
have to bring the application, of someone you personally
be of our Village.
from both parties. I would
signed contract or lease along dislike. like to remind the Residents/
with your check to the Asso- Your parents brought you Renters it’s against policy to
ciation first for their signature up to treat people like you give out your IDs.
and exchange of checks. They want to be treated, to be nice to On behalf of Security, we
will give you a check made out one another! I know mine did!
to UCO. So, please, let us have civilized
like to wish all the residents Frankly Speaking
of Century Village a safe
A married couple will get meetings. If you disagree with and Happy New Year. o Vice President
one application for a cost of something or someone, state
Frank J. Cornish
$100. Everyone else will get it as a lady or gentleman! o

CLUBHOUSE MOVIES I would like to take this for bus fuel. We are also
opportunity to welcome back putting a new roof on the
yoo-hoo mrs. goldberg (nr • 92 min) our snowbirds and hope Dorchester pool, and in the
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Gertrude Berg, Norman Lear their time spent here in their summer, hopefully the Kent
“The most famous woman in America you never heard of!” A second home is most enjoy- pool.
documentary on television pioneer Gertrude Berg. She was the able. They will f ind many I want to inform everyone
creator, principal writer, and star of The Goldbergs, a popular radio improvements as they move that a bid committee has been
show for years, which became television’s very first character- around the Village. New formed to check WPRF and
driven domestic sitcom in 1949. Berg received the first Best Actress
umbrellas, tables and chairs UCO on all contracts and
Emmy in history, and paved the way for women in the entertainment
should arrive sometime in agreements. I want to take
industry.
(continued from last month) January 2011. Then all the this time to wish a healthy
Sun, 1/02, 1:45 pm; Mon, 1/03, 6:45 pm pools will be completed. We and happy New Year to all. o
have new tables
holy rollers (r • 89 min) on Duck Island;
rated r for Adult Situations please do not
Jesse Eisenberg, Justin Bartha put a hot pot on
One million Ecstasy pills were smuggled into the USA by a group them.
of Hasidic Jews. In Brooklyn, a youth from an Orthodox Jewish Wa t c h y o u r
community is lured into becoming an Ecstasy dealer by his pal who speed while driv-
has ties to an Israel drug cartel. ing in the Vil-
Tue, 1/04, 1:45 pm; Thu, 1/06, 6:45 pm; Sun, 1/09, 1:45 pm;  lage. The Sher-
Mon, 1/10, 6:45 pm; Tue, 1/11, 1:45 pm
iff's office is here
to maintain our
sex and the City 2 (r • 146 min)
rated r for Adult Situations speed limit of 25.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Kim Cattrall, Liza Minnelli A word on the
While wrestling with the pleasures of life, love and work in buses: If you ride
Manhattan, Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte join Samantha for a trip the bus you must
to Morocco, where Samantha’s ex is filming a new movie. hold all packages
Thu, 1/13, 6:45 pm; Sun, 1/16, 1:45 pm; Mon, 1/17, 6:45 pm;  on your lap and
Tue, 1/18, 1:45 pm; Thu, 1/20, 6:45 pm not take up an
additional seat.
From Paris with love (r • 92 min) Be courteous to
rated r for Adult Situations your fellow pas-
John Travolta, Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Kasia Smutniak sengers.
In Paris, a young employee in the office of the U.S. Ambassador
I w a n t t o
hooks up with an American spy looking to stop a terrorist attack in
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in the year 2000, a 20 stamp
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West Palm Beach, FL.
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January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 7
Notification of unit weak
spots using the UCO two-
page checklist and coop-
eration by association boards
Maintenance and owners are the essential
Dom Guarnagia ingredients to prevention of
water damage from inside
causes. Reading the Main-
tenance Committee as well
as the Insurance Committee
articles in the monthly publi-
This f irst Maintenance on an upper floor impacts cations of the UCO Reporter
column of 2011 is written those units below. The cost of should reinforce the aims and
mainly for those retur n- replacement of a water heater goals that can be achieved
ing residents who have not (say $600) is usually far less collectively.
had the opportu- than the cost of Continue on with the reme- Dom Guarnagia making a point at a Maintenance Commit-
nity to read the
It is repairs incurred dial work and have a happy tee meeting.
UCO Repor ter important
or attend previ- now for all
by the unit own-
er, abutters and
and healthy holiday season.
Remember, if you haven’t CRAIG THE HANDYMAN
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following a ma- Committee meeting—usu-
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faulty toilet mechanisms,
soft plastic refrigerator filler
tubing, and old washing ma-
chine filler hoses have been
the culprits responsible for
much water-related damage
to our units. Deteriorated
electrical connections in our
circuit panel boards also re-
quire corrective measures to
prevent outages or even fire.
Taking proactive measures
to replace old plumbing parts
has begun to satisfy insur-
ance providers, who have
been increasingly reluctant
to write policies for the Vil-
lage, or when doing so, have
insisted on huge premium
increases.
A number of associations
have already worked hard to
complete these tasks, while
keeping records of material
costs, permits, contracts, and
inspections performed by
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completing the suggested
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There are yet many cases,
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water heaters in units have
not been date-verified and
the unit owners informed
of the need to replace them.
Water heaters are the great-
est source of damages, espe-
cially where an occurrence
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ment, spelling out the contracts
that UCO can negotiate on your
behalf. Finally, a copy of the
And Then Millennium Agreement, which Community
There’s This... is between UCO and WPRF. If
Relations
you have all these documents
Vice President and have read them, you will Ted Silverman
Phyllis Richland have the Rosetta Stone as to
how UCO, WPRF, Century
Village and your condo work.
We are living in a fluid,
How many of you, as new read my columns, you will get growing community and the You have received the article featured photographs
owners, have become active an idea of what I do. I can help changes occur regularly. The December issue of the UCO and quotes from our six
in your association? I applaud with food stamps, credits from demographics change regu- Reporter. Centenarians who were able
you! FPL, reduction in your phone larly. Century Village is not I would like to take this to attend our celebration
My name is Phyllis Rich- bill, etc. This all depends on what it once was thought to be opportunity to thank Edi- and discussed their achieve-
land and I am one of four vice your financial status. Call me and I am happy to be part of tor/Reporter Syd Kronish, ments.
presidents in UCO. My quad- at the office (683-9189) and we the change. We are younger, Photographer Ken Graff and Mea culpa, mea culpa, I
rant is Coventry, Easthampton, can set up an appointment. smarter, and a more mobile the UCO Reporter staff for inadvertently omitted listing
Norwich, Plymouth, Sheffield, All new owners need a few population. We are better edu- their outstanding coverage President Emeritus George
Waltham and Stratford. But that documents to help keep you cated and more aware. What we of this year’s dessert buffet Loewenstein as one of our
does not prevent me or any of up to speed as to how Century need to remember is that condo honoring our Century Village UCO Officers. It was George,
the other VPs from pitching in Village works. First, you need living is like no other. There Centenarians. when he was UCO president,
and helping out in other quad- your condo documents. Please are rules and regulations and Did you read The Palm who appointed me chairman
rants if the need calls for it. That read them carefully and ask laws — and the big 718, which Beach Post, Accent sec- of the Community Relations
is basically what our adminis- questions. Second, a copy of include the Florida statutes that tion, on Tuesday, November Committee. Mea culpa, mea
tration is all about — helping. the UCO bylaws to know what govern condo living in Florida. 16, 2010? Staff Photogra- culpa.
I am also an advocate for the UCO can and cannot do. Third, Please do yourself a favor pher and Journalist Brandon We will be meeting to
neediest in our village. If you a copy of the Bi-Lateral Agree- and do not listen to rumors. Kruse accented our Cente- prepare plans for the 2011
Rumor rules on the buses and narian Party with an article, celebration honoring our
at the pools, but truth prevails “100 and Counting.” This Centenarians. o
at the UCO office. We are all
available at the office for you,
so if you need information
come in. Say hello, get to know
us so we can get to know you. SAM ROSEN,
We are open and ready to share
whatever we know with you.
WAR HERO
Sam Rosen, World
Having said all of this, I wish War II hero and long-
you all everything you hoped time resident of Century
for when you bought this little Village passed away De-
piece of paradise. o cember 7th after a brief
illness.
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He was the present Commander of JWV Post 520 and
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Page 10 THE UCO REPORTER January 2011
In 2008, the legislature
amended the election re-
quirements. The amendment
Condo Corner provides that the length of all
director terms expire at the
Insurance
Randall Borchardt annual meeting. Board mem- Toni Salometo
bers whose terms expire are
eligible for re-election unless
otherwise provided by the by-
laws. The amendment further
changed the law to allow as-
The first topic I’d like to for ten members for two-year THE BEGINNING OF A Insurance Committee. What
sociations to limit the number
address this month is the terms. Paragraph (3) relates NEW YEAR are we doing right, and what
of consecutive terms a board
staggered two-year terms for to the method for the filling In a few days, we will all needs improvement? Call me
member may serve, so that a
Executive Board members, of vacancies. Any vacancy welcome the beginning of at UCO 683-9189, ext 150. I’ll
member whose term expires
which was adopted in Janu- which occurs during the first a New Year, 2011, another answer or get back to you—and
may not run for reelection.
ary of 2010. It came to my year of a two-year term shall chance to make some changes I always return my calls.
The division now holds that
attention that some individu- remain unfilled until the next or to continue the changes we Perhaps I can challenge
the phrase “unless otherwise
als found the language of the annual election. At the next started this year. you as well. Can you make a
permitted in the bylaws” quali-
amendment to be confusing annual election, such vacancy Personally, I like to look difference in your association,
fies which “board members
(or possibly, it was simply or vacancies shall be filled by back before I look forward— your Village? Can you serve
may stand for reelection.” The
the concept itself). The ap- the candidate(s) receiving the what did I do right, and what on your board, join a UCO
phrase modifies the reelection
plicable provisions in Article 11th, 12th, etc., highest number would I change, if I could? I committee, help at the UCO
of a board member whose term
X, “EXECUTIVE BOARD” of votes for the remainder like the changes in the Insur- Reporter, help in the UCO
has expired and who would be
of the UCO Bylaws, read as of the term (one year) of the ance Committee: the positive office? There is much work to
eligible to run for reelection
follows: seat(s) being filled. Any va- attitude toward change, the be done and not enough hands
unless the bylaws permit a dif-
(2) Two-Year Terms cancy which occurs during the thoughtful analysis of prob- to do it all. I challenge you to
ferent result. A bylaw limiting
There shall be created second year of a two-year term lems and implementation of give it a try!
a board member’s ability to
staggered two-year terms, shall remain unfilled until the workable solutions to correct We wish to extend our con-
run for reelection by limiting
such that the March 2010 next election. them, the “can do” attitude. gratulations and best wishes to
the number of consecutive
election shall elect twenty Term Limits Permitted by Each person on the Commit- Ty Beba and the whole Brown
terms of directors is permitted
(20) members. The ten (10) Amendment to the Bylaws tee feels he or she can make a & Brown insurance organiza-
under section 718.112(2)(d)
candidates receiving the In 2007, Gulf and Bay difference. tion for their professionalism
(1), Florida Statutes, by order
highest number of votes Club Condominium sought a Maybe that is where I need in presenting us an excellent
of the Department of Business
shall serve for a two-year Declaratory Statement from to improve and challenge my- quote. We, on the Committee,
and Professional Regulation
term. The ten (10) candi- the Division as to whether self. If I want to make things look forward to working with
(DBPR), April 27th, 2010.
dates receiving the next or not they could limit direc- better, then I need to know how them.
While we are still on the
highest number of votes tors to two consecutive terms I can help. I need to know from Wishing you all a Happy
subject of board eligibility,
shall serve for a one-year through bylaw amendment. you how we can improve our New Year! o
in 2008, Statute had been
term. Each subsequent In response, the Division or- amended to require that civil
election thereafter shall dered that Gulf and Bay may rights (as opposed to the sin- ACCUPUNCTURE
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Sun. 1/16, 8:00 PM, Direct and exceptional dancer weaves certainly be an evening to re-
From Israel — Halleluya, the a multitude of famous people member.
Dance Troupe. If you like Sha- into his thoroughly entertaining Sat. 1/29, 7:00 PM, Laini
lom, you will love this energetic
Your Theater company that brings to the audi-
show standing out from every Kazan — An artist who has
other musical impressionist in reached the pinnacle in virtu-
Claudette LaBonte ence a multitude of dance styles the business. Come and hear his ally every area of performance.
with a touch of tradition, humor special gift. She has graced the stage with
and ethnicity. Sun. 1/23, 8:00 PM, The her own sultry, sexy style on
Tues. 1/18, 8:00 PM, Cirque Lettermen. The world-famous Broadway, film and television
Du Monde — Elements of harmony of this trio will fill the star tours in America, Europe
Wishing you a Happy New giving his heart and soul into a Love. Extraordinary singers and theater with some of the most and the Orient.
Year and hope you are planning performance. dancers are joined by some of beautiful love ballads ever sung. Caution: Please note on
to share this special evening Sat. 1/8, 7:00 PM, A Clas- the world’s most talented and Original founding member and three shows in January that have
with your friends in the Village sic Broadway Cabaret Evening eccentric European cirque char- lead singer Tony Butala will a start time of 7:00 PM. Don’t
either in the Theater with the starring Valarie Pettiford and acters in this tale of adventure. surely share some of his own get caught behind closed doors.
Tribute to Frankie Vallie and Avery Sommers. A highly ac- A change of pace in entertain- special nostalgia of his career. Remember: Dress codes for
The Four Seasons or at our gala claimed show featuring a won- ment. Thurs. 1/27, 8:00 PM, Ad- our Theater are no shorts and
New Year’s Eve Dance. derful mix of Broadway show Sat. 1/22, 8:00 PM, From bacadabra — The Music Of for ticketed events such as New
The entertaining does not tunes and standards with a feel Vegas — One Man, Many “Mamma Mia.” The music of Year’s Eve, “no jacket, no tie, no
stop there but continues with of blues and jazz. Voices — A Musical Experi- ABBA is finding its way back entry.”
Maureen McGovern on New Sun. 1/9, 8:00 PM, The Du- ence Beyond starring Finis Hen- into the hearts of those who Enjoy your holiday season
Year’s Day. So join us again in prees What can we say. They derson. This “master of voices” lived it in the 70s. This will and see you at the Theater. o
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C.A.M.s Corner
by Rodger Carver

r’s I hope that everyone had a


safe and wonderful holiday.
I would like to wish you all
off a happy and healthy 2011.
This year, I would like
to put together a president’s
council. This council would
The Reader’s be for all association pres-
idents to come together
Corner (monthly, quarterly or as
Lenore Velcoff needed) to discuss new laws
and updated information
pertaining to your condo
association and to share
Eat, Pray, Love — One association problems and
Woman’s Search for Everything help f ind solutions. Each
Across Italy, India and Indo- meeting, we would have a
nesia by Elizabeth Gilbert — different topic of discussion.
non-fiction — has already been From time to time, we would
published in 30 languages. The also have guest speakers.
book is structured like a set of If you are interested,
Indian prayer beads — 108 please contact me at the
stories – representing the set’s UCO office,
108 beads. 561-683-9189. o
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she is breaking up her marriage


because she is sad. She then
embarks on a yearlong odyssey
to find herself and inner peace.
Eating her way through Italy
was a gastronomical adventure.
She gained 25 pounds. How
fortunate she was to be able to
travel and live freely with the
money she got from her book
deal.
Gilbert left me wondering
at the lengths some people
will go to find meaning in their
lives. Since I have little interest
Dr. Natalie Sohn – Gynecology
in Eastern Religion (Hindu-
ism), her time in India was too Dr. Sohn is Board Certified with the American
long and drawn out for me.
Staying in an ashram seeking Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology, and is
communion with the Divine now serving the community of Century Village
through many hours of medi- and the West Palm Beach area.
tation would not be my cup of
tea. Elizabeth’s four months
in Indonesia working with a DR. SOHN SPECIALIZES IN:
medicine man to discover the
art of balance is, for her, enjoy- • Endometrial Biopsy
ment. While in Bali she learns • Pap Smear
to smile with her mind as well
as with her face and she falls in • Pessaries
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tion of rules. Representative
Pafford supported this deci-
ernments to put yard trash
in garbage dumps and elimi- Clubhouse
sion by the Governor. Many
environmental groups also
nates the need for separate
pick-ups. Some felt that this
Library
by Dot Loewenstein
supported this veto stating legislation would be a step
that this legislation would back in recycling progress Special notice to new
leave technical decisions in in the state. unit owners and returning
the hands of politicians who Though some of the more seasonal residents:
are not all experts on the sub- controversial bills of the Safety f irst required us
jects at hand. After debate, the 2010 session such as Senate to substitute two special
veto was still overturned in the Bill 6 dealing with merit pay tables in our library — two
NEW LEGISLATURE 1565, HB 981, HB 1385, HB House with a vote of 99-21. for teachers, and House Bill specific tables are now set
OVERRIDES 1516, and SB 1842. Three of Representative Pafford 1143 requiring ultrasounds aside just for jigsaw puzzles.
GOVERNOR VETOES these vetoes were overturned voted against a Medicaid Re- prior to abortions, were not Why, you ask?
with no opposition from the form Memorial that indicated addressed in this special ses- Please take a moment to
On Tuesday, November House. House Bill 1565 and the House and Senate would sion, many feel that these bend down and look at the
16 the newly elected and a Medicaid Reform Memo- be turning over a large portion issues will be at the forefront base of these two tables —
re-elected members of the rial bill received debate on of Florida’s Medicaid system of the 2011 regular session. it is sort of an aluminum
Florida Legislature were the House floor. to for-profit HMO’s during     color — and quite sturdy.
sworn in during Organization HB 1565 requires the Leg- the 2011 regular Legisla- Provided by State Repre- All the other table tops can
Session. On that same day an islature to approve administra- tive Session. The Memorial sentative Mark S. Pafford, be turned, which creates a
agenda proposed by Speaker tive rules created by executive lacked key elements regard- District 88 wobbly effect. We learned
Dean Cannon and Senate branch agencies if those rules ing access and quality of care 2240 Palm Beach Lakes this the hard way when we
President Mike Haridopolos would have an economic ef- and as written was dangerous Boulevard, Suite 102, West leaned upon one of them that
to overturn eight of Governor fect of at least $1 million over to Florida’s poorest residents Palm Beach, FL 33409 had been used by puzzlers
Crist’s vetoes from the 2010 five years. Governor Crist needing medical care. 561.682.0156


regular session was heard. vetoed this bill because the Another bill that received 561.682.0158 Fax
The vetoes overturned bill could create more red tape some notice was House Bill mark.pafford@myflorida-
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wanting to get a different


view of a puzzle. Leaning on
a wobbly tabletop is unsafe
and could cause a serious
fall for any resident.
Thus, we now have two
“aluminum” base tables
wh i c h t o p s c a n n o t b e
turned. To view a different
side of a puzzle, it is now
necessary to get up from one
chair and move to another
one. A little bit of exercise
can’t hurt.
Some newly arrived folks
did not understand this.
They thought “two tables”
were suff icient and they
could use any two tables.
We apologize for not ex-
plaining this sooner, because
yesterday we had to remove
one puzzle completely, and
probably upset you. This was
done only for safety reasons.
Our volunteers have the
option of coming in any day,
any time, and may be here
MIDTOWN IMAGING BUILDING, SUITE 202 to help when you come in.
They are aware of our safety
5405 OKEECHOBEE BLVD., WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA 33417 rules and will gladly advise
you of the reasons, such as:
“please use the back table,
near the magazine rack, for
laptops, so wires cannot
cause someone to trip.” Most
of our users are quite aware
of safety issues, and we have
not had a problem in this
regard. This info is mainly
for new unit owners.
Thank you all for your
cooperation. We want you
to stay healthy. o
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COMCAST Roll Out Schedule acquire 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 office
unit owners to go to the Club- We highly recommend that rent TV and have additional be converted to digital format. and ask to speak to the Cable
house to make an appointment all unit owners in residence televisions. Only a very few local channels chairman
with Comcast to have the new go through this exercise and Keep in mind that on Janu- will be available.
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Dorchester F –
Dorchester F – Carpet Carpet and ceramic tile, partial furnished $19,000
$19,000 WalthamKH––22nd floor,
Windsor floor,ceramic
central tile,
a/c, furnished,
totally updated $20,000
$19,900
nd and ceramic tile, partial furnished nd new a/c
Northampton G – 2nd floor, carpet, furniture negotiable $12,900 Windsor G – 2 floor, carpet, unfurnished $16,900
Northampton G – 2 floor, carpet, furniture negotiable $12,900 nd
Windsor K – 2 floor, ceramic tile, furnished, new a/c $19,900
Norwich B – Nice, clean 1st floor, new cabinets, rentable $17,900
1 BEDROOM/ 1.5 BATHS
1 BEDROOM/ 1.5 BATHS st
Bedford E – 1stst floor, corner, unfurnished $28,900 Kent L – 1st floor, nicely furnished. Well maintained $29,900
Bedford E –H1 –floor,
Cambridge 1 st corner, unfurnished
fl-ceramic tile-upgraded Beautiful! $28,900
$24,900 Kent L – 1 floor,
Northampton A –nicely furnished.
1st floor, ceramicWell maintained
tile, central a/c $29,900
$34,900
Bedford K – 1 st st
floor; furniture negotiable;
Cambridge H – 1 floor, ceramic tile, carpet, furnished water view $17,900
$10,000 Northampton A
nd – 1st floor, ceramic tile, central a/c
Norwich B – 2 floor, corner, furnished, central a/c $34,900
$21,000
Cambridge FD––21ndst floor,
Canterbury floor,central
furniturea/c,negotiable,
carpeted, unfurnished
carpet $23,000
$24,900 Norwich
Norwich B H –– 22ndfloor,
nd
floor,furniture
central a/c,negotiable, carpeted
carpet/ceramic tile $14,900
$24,000
Cambridge H
Canterbury nd
F – 12 fl-ceramic
st
fl, corner, tile-upgraded Beautiful!
central a/c, ceramic tile. $27,000
$18,900 Norwich
Oxford 200B ––22 floor,
ndnd
floor,corner,
centralfurnished,
a/c, corner, central
ceramica/c tile $21,000
$29,900
Chatham
CanterburyP –D1–st 1floor, st
floor,carpeted,
furniture partially furnished
negotiable, carpet $19,900
$29,900 SalisburyHD––12stndflr,floor,
Norwich furnished,
upgraded carpeted
kitchen, stormunit;
shuttersdishwasher $22,000
$29,900
st nd
Coventry G – 1 floor, central a/c,
Canterbury F –nd2 fl, corner, central a/c, ceramic
nd furniture negotiable
tile. $32,900
$22,900 Salisbury D – nd floor, corner, carpet, central a/c
2
Norwich H – 2 stfloor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile $19,900
$25,900
Coventry
Chatham L P st–– 12st floor,
floor,carpeted,
bright/sunny.
partially to 2nd floor
Liftfurnished $19,900
$19,900 Salisbury
Oxford 200G––2nd1nd floor,
floor,central
corner,a/c,
central a/c,ceramic
corner, carpet tile $23,000
$37,000
Dover B – 1 floor, ceramic tile, central a/c, unfurn, lakevw $55,500 Sheffield I – 2 floor, corner unit, central a/c $19,900
Coventry E – 2nd floor, central a/c, unfurn, rentable, allow pet
Easthampton Est– 1st floor, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile
$15,000 Salisbury D – 2nd
Waltham D – 1nd st floor, furnished, carpeted unit; dishwasher
fl, corner unit; ceramic tile, central a/c
$22,000
$35,900 $29,900
Coventry G – 1 floor,
st central a/c,
Golfs Edge C – 1 floor, new central a/c, ceramic tile furniture negotiable $32,900
$19,900 Salisbury D – 2st floor, corner, carpet, central a/c
Windsor C – 1 floor, on canal, tile, granite countertops $19,900
$39,900
CoventryBL––RENTED
Hastings 2nd floor, bright/sunny. Lift to 2tile/carpet
– 1st floor, ceramic
nd
floor $19,900
$26,900 Salisbury
Windsor M G -– 21nd st
floor,
floor,corner,
corner central a/c,neg.,
unit, furn. carpetcentral a/c $23,000
$29,900
Dover A – 4 floor,
th st
central a/c, wood
Hastings B – 1 floor, ceramic tile, partially furnished floors, lake view $64,500
$35,900 Sheffield I – 2 ndst
floor, corner unit, central
Windsor O – 1 floor, rentable unit, new a/c, furnished a/c $24,900
$24,900
nd st
Kent
DoverLB––21st floor,
floor, carpeted,
ceramic tile, furniture
centralnegotiable
a/c, unfurn, lakevw $55,500
$19,900 Windsor
Sussex B –R1–st 1floor,floor, unfurnished,
rentable building, carpet, central
central a/c a/c $32,900
$55,000
Easthampton E – 1 floor, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile
st 2 BEDROOMS/
$35,900 1 or 1.5 BATHS
Waltham D – 1 fl, corner unit; ceramic tile, central a/c
st
$29,900
Golfs Edge C –
nd 1st floor, new central a/c, ceramic tile
Bedford D – 2 floor, central a/c, furnished $23,000
$29,900 Wellington
Dorchester M B –– 22nd floor,
nd
floor, unfurnished,
faux wd floors, central
Italiana/c,porc-kit.
lake view $28,900
$54,900
Greenbrier B
Cambridge I ––24 floor,
th
nd floor, central
corner, a/c, viewa/c,
central of unfurnished
creek, unfurn. $28,000
$34,900 Windsor
DorchesterC –D1– 1floor,
st st
on canal,
floor, corner,tile, granite
central a/c,countertops
tile, unfurn. $39,900
$28,.000
Hastings B –I 1–st1floor,
Cambridge st
floor, partially furnishedRENTED
corner,furnished $26,900
$31,900 Windsor
DorchesterME - –2nd1stfloor,
floor,corner
centralunit,
a/c,furn. neg.,tile,
unfurn, central
carpet a/c $29,900
$26,000
Canterbury A st– 2nd floor, corner, carpet & ceramic tile, furn $45,000 Dorchester G st 1st floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, unfurn.
– $49,900
Hastings B – 1 floor, ceramic tile, partially furnished $35,900 Windsor O – 1ndfloor, rentable unit, new a/c, furnished $24,900
Canterbury A – 1st floor, corner, carpeted, furnished $39,900 Hastings R
Windsor B –– 12st floor,
floor,unfurnished,
central a/c, unfurnished
carpet, central a/c $29,900
$55,000
nd
Chatham D – 2 floor, corner, unfurn., central a/c, lake view 2 BEDROOMS/ $34,900 1 orKent
1.5 A – 2nd floor, furn neg., central a/c, view of canal
BATHS $48,900
st
Coventry
Bedford DH– –2nd1stfloor, floor,central
centrala/c,
a/c,furnished
unfurnished $28,000
$29,900 Norwich B –G1–st 1floor,
Dorchester st
floor,corner,
centralcentral a/c, unfurnished
a/c, ceramic tile, unfurn. $32,900
$49,900
nd
Coventry F – 1 floor, corner, central
Cambridge I – 2 floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished
nd a/c, ceramic tile, unfurn. $35,900
$34,900 Norwich K – 2 nd floor, ceramic tile, central a/c
Hastings B – 2 st floor, central a/c, unfurnished $39,900
$29,900
Sheffield C – 1nd floor, ceramic tile/carpet, furn neg. PS $38,500
Cambridge I – 1 floor, corner, furnished
st
$33,000 Hastings C – 2 floor, ceramic tile, furn. neg., central a/c $28,000
Windsor Cnd– 1st floor, canal view, ceramic tile, central ac $44,900
Canterbury A – 2nd floor, corner, carpet & ceramic tile, furn $45,000 Kent A – 2 floor, furn neg., central a/c, view of canal $48,900
2 BEDROOMS/ 2 BATHS
Canterbury A – 1 floor, corner, carpeted, furnished
st
$39,900 Norwich B – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $32,900
nd
Oxford
Chatham100 D –– 22nd floor,
nd central unfurn.,
floor, corner, a/c, ceramic canal
central a/c,view
lake view $47,900
$42,900 PlymouthKO– –2nd
Norwich 1stfloor,
floor,ceramic
ceramictile,& carpet,
centralcentral
a/c a/c, furn. $68,900
$39,900
nd nd
Oxford 200 – 2 floor, central a/c, lift
Dorchester B – 2 floor, faux wd floors, Italian porc-kit.
nd to 2 floor, unfurn $56,900
$54,900 Somerset B – 2st floor, lake view, ceramic tile, unfurnished
Windsor C – 1 floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, upgrades $58,900
$44,900
Greenbrier B – 3strd Floor, furnished, view of pool $59,900 Wellington B – 3rd floor, carpet, lake view, central a/c $63,900
Dorchester E – 1 floor, central a/c, unfurn., tile, carpeting $26,000
Windsor D - 1st floor, corner, central a/c, view of lagoon $49,900
2 BEDROOMS/ 2 BATHS
Dorchester I – 1st floor, corner, central a/c, water view OUTSIDE CENTURY $39,900 VILLAGE
PlymouthLISTINGS
O – 1st floor, ceramic & carpet, central a/c, furn. $68,900
Oxford
Le 100 –Royale
Chateau 2nd floor, rd
– 3central
floor a/c, ceramic canal view
– oceanfront $47,900
$169,900 Wellington B – 3rd floor, carpet, lake view, central a/c $63,900
Oxford 200 – 2 floor, central a/c, lift to 2 floor, unfurn
nd nd
$56,900 Windsor D - 1st floor, corner, central a/c, view of lagoon $49,900
AVAILABLE
OUTSIDE RENTALS
CENTURY VILLAGE LISTINGS
Le Chateau Royale – 3rd floor – oceanfront $169,900 LeBATH
1 BEDROOM/1 Chateau Royale – 4th floor – ocean view Pending Rental $210,000
nd nd
Bedford B – 2 floor, ceramic tile Seasonal $1,250/Mo. Kent C – 2 floor, lake view, ceramic tile, furnished Seasonal $1,200/Mo.
Berkshire G – 2nd floor, furnished, Seasonal AVAILABLE
$900/Mo. RENTALS st
Windsor Q – 1 floor, ceramic tile, furnished Seasonal $1,000/Mo.
1 BEDROOM/1.5 BATHS
rd
1 BEDROOM/1 BATH
st
LeBedford
Chateau Royale
#315
B – 2 floor,
nd – 3 floor,
ceramic tile ocean view Seasonal $950/Mo.
$1,250/Mo. Kent
KentDF––12ndfloor,
floor,furnished, carpet
ceramic tile, unfurnished $550/Mo..
$550/Mo.
Berkshire G nd– 2nd floor, furnished, Seasonal
Seasonal $1,200/Mo.
$900/Mo.
Andover J – 2 floor, furniture neg., carpet $575/Mo.
1 BEDROOM/1.5 BATHS
Coventry J – 1st floor, ceramicrdtile, furnished $575/Mo. Windsor O –st 1st floor, furnished, cozy and neat $525/Mo.
Le Chateau Royale #315 – 3 floor, ocean view $950/Mo. Kent D – 1 floor, furnished, carpet $550/Mo..
Canterbury B – 1st floor, ceramic tile, central a/c, furn. negotiable $650/Mo.
Seasonal $1,200/Mo. Seasonal $1,000/Mo.
Cambridge B – 2nd floor, new central a/c, furniture negotiable $675/Mo. Windsor O – 1 floor, furnished, cozy and neat
st
$525/Mo.
2 BEDROOMS/1.5 orWaltham
2 BATHSH – 2nd floor, furnished, central a/c $550/Mo.
Chatham E – 1st floor, ceramic tile, central a/c, lake view, unfurnished $775/Mo. Norwich B – 1st floor, carpet, furnished Seasonal
Seasonal $900/Mo.
$1,400/Mo.
Dorchester E – 1st floor, ceramic tile/carpet, central a/c, furnished 2$1,200/Mo.
BEDROOMS/1.5 or 2 BATHS Annual $725/Mo.
Sheffield
Chatham I –E2–nd1floor,
st
floor,furnished, ceramic
ceramic tile, tile,a/c,
central central
lake a/c
view, unfurnished $750/Mo.
$775/Mo.
Sheffield I – 2nd floor, furnished, ceramic tile, central a/c $750/Mo.

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At Century Village
John H. Merey, M.D., P.A.
Transportation
Frank J. Cornish Ophthalmology/Diseases
of the Eyes
Accepts Medicare
and Most Insurances
We had two buses go to Fes- people are hoping another trip 5405 Okeechobee Blvd. Ste. 302B
tival Flea Market( 98 people). will be done maybe some time
It was a very enjoyable day. We in January 2011. As usual you West Palm Beach, FL 33417
had a flat tire on the second bus, can get a comment/suggestion (Midtown Imaging Building)
but everyone was very under- sheet at the main clubhouse or
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• Banking and Balancing Checkbooks Conveniently located where you shop
• Help with Insurance Problems
• Scheduling Household Repairs
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OFFICIAL
NOTICE
Save the Date: The
UCO Installation and
Luncheon will be held
on Sunday,, March
13, 2011. This year
our gala affair will
be held at the Airport
Hilton. The cost is still
$35. It may be a good
idea for Delegates to
ask their Associations
to add this cost to
Distinctive Home Care of Palm Beach
their annual budgets.
More information to
follow.
Mary Patrick Ben-
ton, Chairperson
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2011 Calendar of Century Village


Ken Graff, photogra- On the back page of the for the fact that Century noon; closed on holidays. lage. We think you will
pher for the UCO Re- calendar are frequently Village looks like a very Please bring a check; we be impressed by the pro-
porter whose beautiful used telephone num- attractive place! The cost are not equipped to han- fessionaism and beauty
photos have shown up bers. Having no idea how is $7.00 each. They are dle cash or credit cards. of Ken’s phtos and how
on the CV Blog and else- many residents would obtainable at the UCO Call the office first to be they have been arranged
where, has put together be interested, Ken had Reporter office (at the sure we have some cal- (there are several shots
a gorgeous full-color a very limited number Camden Pool) during our endars left. Just leafing on some pages). You may
calendar for 2011 with of calendars printed for normal working hours, through the pages of the want a calendar for your-
photos of the Village for 2011. There is no adver- from Monday through calendar makes you feel self and some to send to
every month of the year. tising on them except Friday between 9:00- proud to live in the Vil- your friends up north.
Real estate agents may
want one for their office
and possibly as goodwill
gifts for those buying
or renting properties in
the Village.If the calen-
dar is the hit we think it
might be, Ken may have
a larger number of cal-
endars printed for 2012,
which might mean the
price could come down a
little in future years. For
further information, call
Ken Graff at 623-9546 or
the UCO Reporter during
officehours: 683-9336.
o
January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 25

Recipes
Avis Blank


Have you made your list
of New Year’s resolutions? I
looked back at my December
2009 list for the coming year.
It was very pleasing to check
off what I had accomplished.
In August 2011, I will celebrate a special birthday.
Looking forward to this
happy occasion gives me
great pleasure and I expect
to spend the next 30 years
serving my community with
the knowledge and wisdom
I have acquired in my life’s
journey.
Let’s all toast the New
Year with a Tropical Holiday
Sparkler (recipe printed in
the December issue of the
UCO Reporter) and partici-
pate in this month’s “Recipe
for a Happy New Year.”
Recipe for a Happy New
Year
Take 12 whole months;
remove all bitterness, hatred
and jealousy. Wash them in
love, light and life.
Then cut each into 28, 30
or 31 pieces, as desired. Set
aside all but one portion.
Prepare daily portion, one
day at a time, by adding the
following ingredients: one
part faith, one part patience,
one part courage and one

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At the Library


by Chuck Waugh
WILLS, TRUSTS, January at the Okeechobee
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in
Buyer Specialist Century
561-401-8704 Office Village
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Ground Floor 1 BEDROOM / 1 BATH
NEW! SHEFFIELD K Ceramic tile, updated kit, stall shower ......... $17,500
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Ground Floor 2 BEDROOMS
Ground Floor 1 BEDROOM / 1½ BATH NEW! CHATHAM J Central A/C, furnished, walk to pool ......... $39,.900
NEW! CAMBRIDGE E Corner, park at your door, needs TLC ....... $17,900 BERKSHIRE C 2/1½ All tile, updated, patio on water, great bldg. ..... $49,900
NEW! WINDSOR H Corner, walk to pool, furnished, great assoc. .. $24,900 NEW! CANTERBURY D Corner, new kitchen, new appliances,
WALTHAM E Corner, completely redone, walk to clbhse & gate .... $29,900 on greenway, walk to pool, priced to sell ................................ $34,900
NEW! CAMDEN J WOW!!! Open floor plan, furn, entirely redone . $39,900 SHEFFIELD A Grd. flr, on water, furnished, central A/C ........... $39,900
CANTERBURY J Coner, near pool, owner wants quick sale ....... $29,900
Upper Floor 1 BEDROOM / 1½ BATH Upper Floor 2 BEDROOM S
NEW! CAMDEN D Corner, water surrounds, walk to pool, lift ....... $29,900
WINDSOR S Love this one! Turnkey beauty, all redone, tile floors .. $39,900
NEW! SOUTHAMPTON C Corner, light, bright, pool, elevator ..... $39,900
WELLINGTON A Great location, elevator, on water ....................... $29,900
COVENTRY K Corner, dog friendly, furn., cen. A/C, clean, bright ...... $37,500
GREENBRIER B New central A/C, furnished, great price ............. $29,900 WALTHAM D Compl. updated, furnished, walk to clubhouse ......... $39,900
GREENBRIER C Lovely elevator, pool, furnished ........................... $29,900 NEW! CANTERBURY D Corner beauty, furnished, updates thru . $39,900
DOVER C Best views in village, clean as a whistle ........................... $39,900 NEW! COVENTRY K Dog friendly, cen A/C, carpet, priced to sell $32,500
WELLINGTON E Long lake views, nu kit., nu carpet, fresh paint .. $34,900
BERKSHIRE C 2/1½ Ground flr, tile, updated kitchen & baths,
DOVER A Oversized patio on lake, walk to clubhouse & gate, best of all, patio on water, MUST SEE THIS ONE! .............. $49,900
great price for this location ....................................................... $29,900
January 2011

WELLINGTON A ABSOLUTE BEAUTY, lake views, tile and


Upper Corner 1 BEDROOM / 1½ BATH new kitchen, next to pool on cul de sac, built-ins ................. $73,500
WINDSOR S Lam. flrs., furnished, turnkey, sunny ........................... $24,000
EASTHAMPTON C Cat friendly, nice assoc, furn., near gate ......... $19,900 REMAX ANNUAL RENTALS!!
BEDFORD F Nu carpet, open kitchen, updated, nr gate & club. .... $17,900 COVENTRY K 2/1½, 2nd flr., pet friendly, cen. A/C, fun assoc. ... $600/mo.
WINDSOR O Stunning, all updated, great price .............................. $24,900 CAMDEN I 1/1, Furnished, totally renovated, turnkey .................. $690/mo.
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SHEFFIELD O True pride of ownership shows throughout ............. $19,900 STRATFORD I 1/1½ 2nd flr., granite, tile, new, new, Must See ... $650/mo.
CHATHAM O 2/1½ Grd. flr., tile, washer & dryer ........................ $750/mo.
Upper Floor 1 BEDROOM / 1 BATH WELLINGTON C 1/1½ grd. flr, park at door, furn., turnkey ....... $650/mo.
CAMBRIDGE A Rentable, friendly association ............................... $17,500 STRATFORD I 1/1½ 2nd flr, turnkey, all tile, wtr, incl., W/D ....... $700/mo.
CAMDEN N Furnished, nice floors, near pool ................................. $19,900
SHEFFIELD O Furnished, pristine .................................................. $13,500 OXFORD 300 2/2, ground flr, pet friendly association,
CAMDEN H Laminate floors, nu appliances, walk to pool .............. $14,500 oversized floor plan, tile throughout, Great Opportunity ...... $52,500
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NORWICH I GARDEN VIEW, UNFURN., CARPET, POOL AND CLUBHOUSE $13,000
HASTINGS F UNFURN., NEAR FITNESS W/POOL, LOTS OF UPGRADES $11,900
CAMDEN B WATER VIEW, TILE, FURN., ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS $16,500
WINDSOR R BEAUTIFUL, UPGRADED CONDO, NEAR POOL & WEST GATE,$15,000
2101 VISTA PARKWAY, SUITE 107, WPB 33411 SUSSEX A GARDEN VIEW, CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS, COMM LAUNDRY $15,000
CAMDEN M TILE, UPGRADES, DRIVE UP, BLDG HAS POOL, FURN NEGO $25,000
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KENT C FURN., WATERVIEW, CERAMIC TILE, UPDATED BATHROOM $15,000
ANDOVER E FURN., CARPET, TILE, GARDEN VU, CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS $15,000
NORTHAMPTON S BEAUTIFUL UNIT, TILE, UPGRADES GALORE $28,000
Toll Free 888-MJM-CVWP (656-2897) CANTERBURY H WOW! 50 INCH TV, CERAMIC TILE, MUST SEE $20,000
SUSSEX G UNFURNISHED, CARPET , TILE, NEW PAINT, NEW FRIDGE $16,500
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 1 BED/1½ OR 2 BATH
www.maryjeanmasters.com WINDSOR M BEAUTIFUL, TILE, NEWER APPLS., UPGRADES, WEST GATE $29,000
maryjeanmastersre@yahoo.com GOLFS EDGE H UPGRADES, PERGO FLRS, BEAUTIFUL, LIFT, EAST GATE $46,900
NORWICH O RENTABLE, FURN., UPGRADES, CRPT, EAST GATE, FITNESS $24,500
UPPER FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1½ OR 2 BATH ANDOVER M WATERVIEW, RENTABLE, FURN., CARPETED, CUL-DE-SAC $18,000
CHATHAM L DECORATOR'S DELIGHT, OPEN LIVING AREA, UPGRADES $79,000 SUSSEX B FURN., CARPET, RENTABLE, NEW HEATER, REFRIG., A/C $45,000
ANDOVER D FULLY FURN., NEW KITCHEN, W/D, TILE, GARDEN VIEW $39,000 DORCHESTER D FURNISHED, PARQUET FLOORS, NEAR POOL $20,000
GROUND FLOOR 1 BED/1½ BATH
HASTINGS F FURN., NEAR FITNESS, OUT. CRNR, TAKEN CARE OF $35,000
WINDSOR D TILE, WATER VIEW, BEAUTIFUL, NEAR WEST GATE $17,500
WINDSOR E LAKE VIEW, NEW W/H, A/C 5 YR OLD, ENCL. PATIO W/ TILE $50,000
CANTERBURY C MOVE RIGHT IN! FRESH PAINT, NEWER CARPET
WALTHAM A RENTABLE, NEW KITCH., TILE /CARPET, FURN. OR UNFURN $47,500
DOVER B FURN., WATER VIEW, DRIVE RIGHT UP TO, LOTS OF LIGHT $34,900
WELLINGTON B PART FURN., STORM SHUTTERS, LINOLEUM, NU PATIO $50,000
NORTHAMPTON S TILE, NEWER APPLIANCES, 2 A/C UNITS, RENTABLE $22,500
SHEFFIELD D WATERVU, WOOD FLOORS, UPGRADES, MIRRORS,FURN. $49,500
KENT L UNFURN., NEW CARPET, GARDEN VIEW, MOVE-IN READY $10,000
SHEFFIELD E UNFURN., TILE, C/A, REDONE KITCHEN/BATHS, 24 HR SEC $39,200
CAMDEN E FURN., CARPET, CERAMIC TILE, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C UNITS $19,000
SHEFFIELD C TILEAND PERGO FLOORING, FURNISHED, WATER VIEW $58,000 COVENTRY L PART. FURN., CRPT, SHOWER STALL, 2 A/C, NEWER APPLS $18,000
ANDOVER G CARPET, TILE, TRANSPORTATION, CLUBHOUSE, 24 HR SEC $39,000 DOVER A ENCLOSED PATIO, TENANT IN PLACE, WATER VIEW $60,000
KENT B UNFURN., WATER VIEW, NEEDS TLC, 24 HOUR SECURITY $53,500 DOVER A CARPET, HURRICANE SHUTTERS, LINOLEUM, FURNISHED $38,000
CAMBRIDGE H STUNNING! FURNISHED, NEW HURRICANE WINDOWS $58,900 CAMDEN E FURN., WATER VIEW, NEAR POOL, RENTABLE $25,000
WALTHAM A FURN., RENTABLE BUILDING, NEAR AMENITIES! $68,000 UPPER FLOOR 1 BED/1½ OR 2BATH
NORWICH L FURNISHED, RENTABLE BUILDING, GREAT LOCATION $45,000 WINDSOR L UNFURN., BEAUTIFUL FLOORS, NEAR WEST GATE $18,000
SHEFFIELD O CERAMIC TILE, GARDEN VIEW, LOVELY UNIT $60,000 NORWICH B NEW BATHS, GARDEN VU, RENTABLE BLDG,FURN. $17,900
UPPER FLOOR 1 BED/1BATH SHEFFIELD M KNOCK DOWN WALL IN KIT, NEW APPLS., TILE, UPGRADES $22,000
NORWICH L TILE, STEP IN SHOWER, SERENE, NEAR hASTINGS FITNESS $11,900 HASTINGS F FURN., CARPET, NEWER APPLS., NEW BR VANITY, NEW TV $10,900
BERKSHIRE J RENTABLE, GARDEN VIEW, GREAT WINTER RETREAT $10,000 CAMBRIDGE F HANDYMAN SPECIAL, NEAR FITNESS & POOLGREAT BUY!! $12,000
BERKSHIRE FURN. , CARPET, WATERVIEW, NEAR WEST GATE $14,000 GOLFS EDGE G FURN., ENCLOSED PATIO, W/D, SHUTTERS, LIFT INCL. $32,000
COVENTRY J FURN., GRDN VU, NEW APPLS, HURR SHUTTERS, SHOWER $10,000 SHEFFIELD A BEAUTY, WATERVIEW, NEAR FITNESS, RENTABLE $19,500
NORTHAMPTON S FURN., RENTABLE, TILE/CARPET, WARM & COZY $15,000 HASTINGS I FURN, RENTABLE, NEW W/H, GARDEN VIEW, CUL-DE-SAC $15,500
EASTHAMPTON B NEW APPLS, UNFURN., CARPET, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $9,000 DOVER B WATERVU, WOOD FLOORS, CARPET /TILE, HURR SHUTTERS $45,000
BERKSHIRE K NEW CARPET, BEAUTIFUL GARDEN W/ PATIO, WEST GATE $20,000 GREENBRIER A UNFURN., NEW FRIDGE, GOLF VIEW, FITNESS CTR $35,000
ANDOVER E WELL KEPT UNIT, RENTABLE, CLUBHOUSE, FITNES $17,000 WINDSOR G NEAR WEST GATE, FURNISHED, EASY ACCESS $15,000
CHATHAM A WATERVIEW, RENTABLE, VERY CLEAN, FURN.,NEW CARPET $14,000 NORWICH J FURN., GARDEN VIEW, TILE & CARPET, RENTABLE, C/A $32,000
BERKSHIRE J FURN, TILE, CARPET AND HARDWOOD FLOORS, FITNESS $18,500 DOVER A BEAUTIFUL , TILE, GREAT WATER VU, FURN, FREE LAUNDRY $49,900
WINDSOR K PARTLY FURN., NEW FRIDGE AND DISHWASHER $21,000 SHEFFIELD L LOVELY CONDO, NEAR FITNESS, LOTS OF LIGHT, FURN. $15,000
DORCHESTER E FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE AFTER 1 YEAR $23,000 CHATHAM G FURN., WATERVU, CARPET, TILE, FITNESS CENTER $38,000
SUSSEX C FURNISHED, CARPET, NEW APPLIANCES, REDONE $19,900 SOUTHAMPTON B NEW CARPET, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING, ENCL. PATIO $31,000
CAMDEN J NEW BATHROOM, NEW WATER HEATER, LOVELY UNIT $19,900 DORCHESTER C GARDEN VIEW, NEAR DORCHESTER POOL, TILE $22,000
SALISBURY G BEAUTY, PET FRIENDLY, NEW APPLS., CERAMIC TILE $30,000 DOVER C WATERVIEW, NEW CABINETS, FURNITURE NEGOTIABLE $45,000
GROUND FLOOR CORNER 2 BED/1½ or 2 BATH SOUTHAMPTON B FURNISHED, CARPET, CENTRAL AIR, FITNESS $14,000
PLYMOUTH L W/D, DISHWASHER, FULLY FURN, ELEVATOR, TILE THRU $85,000 GREENBRIER A ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS, UNFURN., CLUB., FITNESS $69,900
DORCHESTER K PARTIAL FURN., CARPET ,TILE, CLUBHOUSE $28,000 WELLINGTON F FURNISHED, WATERVIEW, ELEVATOR IN BUILDING $30,000
WELLINGTON F HIGH RISE WITH ELEVATOR!!TILE,CARPET WATERVU $49,500 GREENBRIER B UNFURN., OWN POOL, NEAR ELEVATOR & LAUNDRY $73,000
DORCHESTER H ENCL. PATIO, NEW MASTER BATH, C/A, NEEDS CARPET $32,000
WALTHAM E UNFURN., BAMBOO FLOORING, NEW KITCHEN $49,900 GROUND FLOOR CORNER 1 BED/1½ OR 2 BATH
CAMBRIDGE H CARPET, CENTRAL AIR, UNFURNISHED $35,000 NORTHAMPTON B WATERVU, FURN., CARPET, ENCL. PATIO W/STORAGE $19,000
CANTERBURY K FURNISHED, TILE, GARDEN VIEW, OUTSIDE CORNER $39,000 BERKSHIRE K BEAUTY, NEW KITCHEN, GRANITE, TILE, UPGRADES $49,000
NORWICH L FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE BUILDING $40,000 NORWICH O FURN., PET FRIENDLY, C/A, LOTS OF LIGHT, EAST GATE $15,500
SOMERSET D FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, REDONE $65,000 DORCHESTER F FURN., CARPET, NEW PATIO, NEAR POOL, GARDEN VU $18,000
KENT D NEW EVERYTHING, TENANT IN PLACE, FITNESS CENTER $75,000 CHATHAM D UNFURN., CERAMIC TILE, UPGRADES, NEAR WEST GATE $45,000
GROUND FLOOR 2 BED/1½ OR 2 BATH NORWICH O UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, NEAR EAST GATE $40,000
CANTERBURY G SERENE, FULLY FURN., RENTABLE, CARPET $33,000 SUSSEX A FURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, RENTABLE, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE $19,000
HASTINGS C FURN., NEAR FITNESS, UPGRADES, CLOSE TO PARKING $38,990 SHEFFIELD M SWEET AND COZY, NEAR HASTINGS FITNESS CENTER $20,000
NORWICH G UNFURN., TILE, NEAR EAST GATE, UPGRADES, SHORT SALE$28,000 WINDSOR M FURNISHED, CENTRAIL AIR, GARDEN VIEW, RENT TO OWN $49,000
UPPER FLOOR 2 BED/1½ OR 2 BATH
COVENTRY G HANDYMAN SPECIAL, CLUBHOUSE & FITNESS CENTER $25,000
SHEFFIELD A WATERVU, UNFURN., NEAR HASTINGS ACROSS FROM CLUB $28,000
BEDFORD I UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, C/A, GARDEN VIEW $49,000
SHEFFIELD D CENTRAL AIR, ACTIVE CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS CENTER $49,500
NORWICH I PARTLY FURNISHED, CARPET, NEAR EAST GATE, TRANS. $20,000
SOMERSET K C/A, ENCL PORCH, WATERVU, LIFT. FURN, D/W & NEWER APPLS. $49,900
CHATHAM D UNFURNISHED, CERAMIC TILE, WATER VIEW, RENTABLE $58,000
SHEFFIELD C BEAUTIFUL, FURNISHED, NEAR FITNESS CENTER $35,000
SOMERSET K WATERVIEW, CERAMIC TILE, HANDICAPPED ACCESS $49,000
HASTINGS I TILE AND CARPET, REMODELED KITCHEN & BATH, STEPS TO POOL $34,000
COVENTRY C UNFURN., CERAMIC TILE, TRANS., UPGRADES GALORE $40,000
CHATHAM K FURNISHED, NEWER APPLIANCES, CERAMIC TILE $35,000
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January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 33
under water to
spear fish with

Meet Your their long sharp


beaks. You will

Neighbors notice when


they spread their
s by Jean Dowling wings, they are
spotted white.
This series was started The females
when Irv Lazar thought it was h av e b r ow n -
a good idea to meet the birds ish heads and
and animals around us and necks.
learn more about them. Syd The Great
Kronish offered to restart the Blue Heron is
monthly column, so we will frequently seen
begin this time with the water around the lake
birds you see almost every day. Great White Egret
or canals. They
the head or neck, but rather has grey rumpled skin and dines have a blue/gray
The other day as I was
mostly on fish. He is on the endangered list and is the largest back with white
driving by the canal at the
wading bird in the US. I have seen them almost every winter underneath. The Anhinga
north end of the Village, I saw bill and legs are
in our quieter canals in the Village.
a Wood Stork (see photo)
A regular resident that I have not seen for a while, but who yellow.
standing by the road. He was Another often-spotted long-legged bird is the Great White
hopefully still resides in the Village, is the Sandhill Crane (see
a large white bird with a huge
photo). The male is almost as tall as I am and very friendly. He Egret (see photo). Not to be confused with the much smaller
dark bill and dark legs. The
and his wife spent an afternoon in my yard a couple of years White Ibis, the Great White Egret is a very long-legged bird
adult does not have feathers on with a straight bill.
ago. They have a black bill and black
legs with a head and neck The smaller White Ibis is seen
of grey changing to light in flocks, working the lawns, aerating
brown on the back. When I the soil and eating insects. They have
tried to feed him some fish, long conical beaks to facilitate their
he quickly let me know (by quest. The Great White Egret eats fish
spitting it back at me) that and has a yellow beak with black legs
he did not care for it. He and feet. I have had the honor of his
did like the birdseed and company in my yard hunting for lizards,
some bread scraps. Even which he seems to like as well as his
after eating, they hung usual fish diet.
around, seeming to like NEXT MONTH WE WILL CON-
my company and making TINUE WITH THE WATER BIRDS
low noises as if trying to
communicate. Update on the wayward white pi-
The dark colored bird geon from the earlier series:
with the long neck you see She disappeared for several months,
diving in the lake or sit- and not too long ago I found where she
ting on pipes with wings settled. She is living under the overhang
spread is the Anhinga (see next to the pool at the clubhouse. If she
photo). These birds have would like to return home, I still have
feathers that absorb water some cracked corn, and she would be
Wood Stork so they can dive and swim Sand Hill Crane welcome to return.

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Windsor H - Unfurnished Lakeview Near West Gate 12,900 Plymouth G - Large Condo New Kit AC Appl nr Pool 69,900 Bedford I - 1/1½ 2F Furnished Nice 550
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Cambridge B - Tile Floors Walk to Pool 13,900 ENCLOSED PATIO-LIKE 3 BEDROOM NICE COND 87,500 Camden G - 1/1½ GF Furnished Near Pool 550
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Cambridge A - 2/1½ 2F Furnished Near Pool 550
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Golf’s Edge 23 - Reduced Deluxe Furn Nr Pool/East Gate 42,000 Kingswood D - 2/1½ 2F Furnished Corner 600
Bedford F - Reduced Unfurnished 2 ACs 13,900
Kent N - Steps to Pool, Part Furnished 13,900 Oxford 200 - Cor Furn Pool Nice Area 45,000 Stratford C - 2/2 2F Furnished Near E-Gate 750
Golf’s Edge 4 - Unfurn Corner Near East Gate Pool 59,900
Easthampton G - Tile Tankless WH Near East Gate 24,900
Wellington F - Reduced Rare Corn Furn Renovated 59,900
Salisbury I - Corner Furnished Near East Gate 25,000 Wellington H - 2 Floor Ren Furnished Lakeview 69,900
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UPPER FLOOR 1 BED & 1½ BATH Wellington J - 3 Floor Tile Furnished Walk to Pool 69,900 1½ Villa - Rent $700 45,900
Southampton C - 3F Enclosed Patio Reduced 10,900 Dover C - 2 Fl Furn All Renov Lakeview Nr Clubhouse 75,000
Southampton B - Super Reduction Furnished 11,900 Greenbrier C - Tile Floors New Kitchen Much More 75,000
Norwich O - Furnished Near Laundry Room 14,900 Wellington J - 4 Fl Reno New Kit Patio 75,000 CRESTHAVEN
Andover B - Furnished Corner 14,900 Wellington G - All Tile New Kitchen and Bathrooms 79,900
Sussex K - Corner Furnished 15,000 Villa - 2/2 Bath Huge Patio 59,900

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Sussex A - Furnished Laminate Floors 16,000
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receive a complete computer  electrical breaker panel. Then we will go to
in their apartment. 
read out of the safety (flood)  the
Partelectrical room and do the same thing.
2: To bring the apartment back to its 
status of your building.  You will receive a computerized report on
original condition. You pay the deductible, WE 
BILL THE INSURANCE COMPANY FOR THE 
the electrical safety status of your building,
BALANCE. If the insurance company pays a 
Includes:  signed by a state-licensed electrician,
lesser amount or refuses to pay, we will 
 Water Heater Inspection  [Date]
which can be used for insurance purposes.
ABSORB the LOSS! If they pay us fair and 
square, we will refund 10% of the insurance 
 All Valves 
money back to your building. This also applies 
 Toilet Condition 
     (these can easily flood a building  TPM Electric Inc.
This also applies to the individual home owner.
Plumbing Report is Signed by a State Licensed Plumber WE HAVEEC13004084
AN ENTIRE TEAM
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Burst Proof Houses on Your Laundry Room 
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The first four numbers in the serial
The fist four numbers in the serial 
number tell you its age.
number tell you its age. 
 The first two numbers are the   Painting
month.   Toilets Fixed
 The 3rd & 4th numbers are the year 
of manufacture.   Leaks Repaired
 Do not confuse the serial number   Drains Cleaned
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January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 37

Rec News
stop for a few days for repairs is not a league where you have good to meet new people and
to the lights. The courts are to be there each day or each get a little exercise.
open again and we are back week. You do not have to have Please call Ed at 632-5268
in competition. More snow- previous experience. You can or Jack at 640-3373 if you
birds are coming back so learn as you play. It is always have any questions.
Sailing We are delighted that so our numbers are increasing.
Christine many of our snowbird members We have also had some new
Mohanty have flown back to Century Vil- people come and play with us.
lage and that they’re pleased to We still have our tournaments
Blue Ocean
As with life in general, be playing on the resurfaced on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,
we have some good news courts. Thank you WPRF! and Thursdays. Everyone Pest Control
and some bad news. On the Richard Grabsky
For those wishing to take is welcome to join in. The Owner/Operator
positive side, we have several lessons from our resident tennis equipment will be provided. Residents Served 3 Years • Bldg Prices on Request
new sailors/members of the pro, the procedure for doing so Please arrive around 1:15 pm.
Call Toll-Free
club. Our races so far have has changed. As with all other We play singles on Tuesdays,
been unofficial “off the cuff ” classes, registrants now need doubles on Wednesdays, and 1-866-333-5260
since there are still snowbirds to officially sign up for a time bowling pins on Thursdays. Cell: 561-212-6381
who have yet to fly down. Our slot, and pay Courtney in the You can come each day or The Ant Sir to what Bugs you! x
LIC JF170215

winter season begins Tuesday, Clubhouse tickets office. This just one day if you choose. It
January 11, 2011 (1/11/11 new procedure will be posted
should be an auspicious be- on the tennis bulletin board at
ginning). There will be seven Somerset.
races in all. To qualify for a Our annual election/break-
ADVANCED MUFFLER & BRAKE
OF WEST PALM BEACH
trophy, sailors have to partici- fast meeting is tentatively slated
pate in five of the seven races. for January 12. This year for

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announced. and everyone is welcome to give
On the more social side, we it your “best shot.” Frank Spec- Trustworthy Neighborhood Mechanic!
had our first pot luck dinner at tor will Captain the B level team
Somerset pool on December while the A team will proceed
7. Pot lucks are always the under the direction of Jan Ros- Happy Holidays!
first Tuesday of the month ko. Sign-up papers are posted • Cooling Systems • Transmission Services
and are thoroughly enjoyed on the tennis bulletin board. • Air Conditioning • Brakes
G
by everyone. Great food, great Thanks go to Tom Speerin for • Charging Systems • Exhaust Repair
T O WIN LE
B
ILA
comradery! One of these days, creating a visually attractive • Tune Ups • Shocks & Struts
we’ll watch Commodore Ray board and for helping to make • Driveline Service • Oil Changes A V A
Mullen’s video comprising our play time run smoothly. • Fuel Induction Service • Tires
All of Our Technicians are ASE Qualified Mechanics
events since the inception of
the club in 1978. Our instal-
lation breakfast will be held Shuffleboard FREE SPECIAL 15%
on January 9, complete with Ed Wright Engine Diagnostic Scan $21.95 Oil Change
cheers from our Sailettes un- With 25 point courtesy check Senior Discount
Most Cars
der the direction of Gail Fei. Must Present Coupon Must Present Coupon
The 2010-2011 shuffle- Must Present Coupon Most Cars - Excludes Synthetic
Our annual dinner/dance is board season has been going Not valid with any other offer Not valid with any other offer Not valid with any other offer
slated for March 13, 6-10 PM, on for four weeks. We had to
so hold that date open. Tickets
will be $20 with outside guests

T&T Nursing Services, Inc.


paying a supplement of $3.
Thanks to Ron Helms, the
club has a good supply of
club clothing including visors, A Home Health Care Nurse Registry
caps, bucket hats, T-shirts and
AHCA License 30211091
our latest addition, tank tops “Culturally
with the club logo. Providing Caring and Qualified Caregivers at Affordable Rates Sensitive”
A n d n ow f o r t h e s a d Every Day, 24 Hours a Day, Including Holidays
news. The passing of one of Serving Century Village Residents Since 2002
our members on November
Let T&T’s Qualified, Reliable, Caring and Screened Care Givers Take Care of You.
11, Veterans Day. Phillip
Mintz was a devoted club We Provide:
participant for many years. • Registered Nurses with Over 30 Years of Experience • Licensed Practical Nurses
He was a good sailor and • Certified Nursing Assistants • Home Health Aides • Companions
along with his wife, Evelyn, We Will Assist You With
was involved in many club • Personal Care and Meal Preparation • Light House Keeping • Errands
activities. He also leaves
The First
Our Nursing Director is Your Neighbor! She Lives at Century Village
behind his children, Richard,
Visit by an Paul Feingold, President
Eric and Laurie along with
grandchildren Matthew, Da-
vid and Serete. We will miss
RN is Free
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Phillip as he sails away into 2790 N. Military Trail, Suite 7, WPB, FL 33406
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Frank Faline
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Denied the Vote
One Condo — One Vote!
Medical Transportation
There are 7,854 condominiums here in Wheelchair, Stretcher, or Anyone
Century Village. Only 349 People are
allowed to vote for who runs U.C.O.
Who Needs Assistance
Unfair? Unjust? Unequal? For Anyone, to Anywhere, at Anytime
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nr pool, tile, new cpt, BR, new now, avail about Jan 1, tile
refrig, stove, lamps, tables, throughout, new apps, new
chair, artwork, pots, pans, rug, baths and countertops, first
apps, coffee table, Lucite and & last month rent and sec
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Ground Floor 1 bed/1 bath
KINGSWOOD C FURNISHED, SCREENED PATIO $500 SEASONAL RENTALS
NORWICH I UNFURN., GRDN VU, CRPT, SCREEN PATIO $400 Upper Floor 1 bed/1½ bath
WINDSOR P FURN., CARPET, TILE, WEST GATE, POOL $550 COVENTRY A TILE, QUEEN BED, REDONE BATHS $1200
2101 Vista Parkway, Suite 107, W.P.B., FL 33411 KINGSWOOD D FURN., CRPT, GADN VIEW, DRIVE UP $550 COVENTRY H SEASONAL IF RENTED BEFORE 12/1/10 $1200
CANTERBURY H FURN., TILE, GRDN VU, NEW APPLS $550
Mary Jean Masters, BROKER
DOVERA WATER VIEW, CERAMICTILE,TRANSPORTATION $1100
ANDOVER F FURN., CRPT, NEWER APPLS, WEST GATE $550 Upper Floor Corner 1 bed/1½ bath
CAMDEN J UNFURN., GRDN VIEW, POOL ,CRPT, TILE $550
(561) 804-9603
SOUTHAMPTON B FURNISHED, CARPET, OWN POOL $1000
ANDOVER E FURN., CARPET, CLUBHOUSE, FITNESS $475
SHEFFIELD I FURN., CARPET, HURRICANE SHUTTER $1100
BERKSHIRE G FURN., TILE, CARPET,CLUB, FITNESS $550
Upper Floor 1 bed/1 bath
Toll Free 888-MJM-CVWP (656-2897) Upper Floor Corner 2 bed/1½ or 2 bath
CAMDEN H FURN., TILE, TUB/SHOWER, CARPET $950
SHEFFIELD J FURN., TILE, NEAR FITNESS, BEAUTIFUL $600
KENT C TILE, STALL SHOWER, GRANITE, WATER VU $1100
www.maryjeanmasters.com WINDSOR E UNFURN, LAKE VIEW, PATIO WITH TILE $600
Upper Floor 2 bed/1½ or 2 bath
ANDOVER D FURNISHED, C/A, CARPET & TILE $650
maryjeanmastersre@yahoo.com WALTHAM B FURN., SEASON ONLY, TILE, CLUB, POOL $1200
COVENTRY A FURN.,TILE, CARPET, OUTSIDE CRNR. $675
KENT F FURN., CAT FRIENDLY, NEAR POOL, CARPET $1200
GOLFS EDGE F FURN., LIFT INCL., W/D, TILE, CARPET $750
ANNUAL RENTALS SUSSEX C BEAUTIFUL, FURN., CONDO, WATER VIEW $750
SUSSEX C FURNISHED, WATER VIEW $1100
Upper Floor 2 bed/1½ or 2 bath Ground Floor 1 bed/1½ bath
CANTERBURY G FURN., TILE ,LINOLEUM KEEPS COOL $600
WINDSOR G FURN., NICE!, CARPET, TILE, WEST GATE $550 DORCHESTER B TILE, FURN.,CORNER,CLUB, FITNESS $650 CHATHAM R FURN., WATER VIEW, TILE, CARPET $1100
ANDOVER B W/D IN UNIT,FURN., TILE, DRIVE UP $650 COVENTRY H NICE FURNISHED UNIT NEAR EAST GATE $650 NORTHAMPTON A FURN., NEWERAPPLIANCES, 2A/C'S $1000
NORWICH M FURN., CARPET, VINYL TILE, 2 A/C’S $550 Ground Floor 1 bed/1½ bath HASTINGS E CARPET, NEAR FITNESS CENTER $1000
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WALTHAM I FURN./UNFURN., CARPET, EAST GATE $650 NORWICH I FURN, TILE, NEAR FITNESS & EAST GATE $475 CHATHAM H LINO FLOOR & CARPET, FURN., WATER VU $1200
WELLINGTON G UNFURN., CRPT, WATER VU, SPACE $700 CHATHAM R WATERVIEW, CARPET, TILE, FURNISHED $600 WALTHAM B CARPET, TILE, EXTRA PATIO, TRANS $1200
NORWICH M FURN., EAST GATE, ENCLOSED PATIO $550 WALTHAM H FURN., TILE, NEW KITCHEN W/ GRANITE $575 Ground Floor 1 bed/1 bath
COVENTRY B UNFURN,C/A, CARPET, WOOD FLOORS $550 COVENTRY L 2 AC, SHOWER STALL, NEW COUNTERS $525 CAMDEN H NEWERAPPL., FURN., TILE, CRPT., ENCL. PATIO $
COVENTRY A FURN., CARPET, TILE, GARDEN VIEW $600 CAMDEN E FURN., CARPET, TILE, WATER VIEW, POOL $525 CANTERBURY H FURN.,TILE, GARDEN VIEW, NEW APPLS. $950
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CHATHAM K FURN., TILE, NEW STOVE & FRIDGE $650 Upper Floor 1 bed/1 bath CAMDEN G CARPET, SCREENED PATIO, NEW APPLIANCES $900
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STRATFORD B FURN., NEAR EAST GATE, TILE $650 SUSSEX G UPDATED, UNFURN., WOOD FLOORS $550 Ground Floor 2 bed/1½ or 2 bath
Upper Floor Corner 1 bed/1½ bath CHATHAM I FURN., WATERVIEW,CLUB AND FITNESS $550 NORTHAMPTON D FURN., WATERVU, CARPET, TILE $650
CAMBRIDGE G UNFURN., WOOD FLOORS, LIFT $600 BEDFORD F BEAUTY, FULLY FURN. NEWER APPLS. $500 STRATFORD K BEAUTY, FURN., TILE, CEN.AIR/HEAT $1250
SALISBURY F BEAUTY,FURN., EAST GATE, C/A, POOL $600 EASTHAMPTON B NEW APPLS., UNFURN., CARPET $450 Upper Floor Corner 2 bed/1½
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ANDOVER A FURNISHED, CARPET, TILE, RENTABLE $550 Ground Floor 2 bed/1½ or 2 bath
SHEFFIELD A PART. FURN., TILE, SCRN PATIO, NO PETS $650
SUSSEX A UNFURN., REDONE, CARPET, TILE
SOUTHAMPTON B FURN., CARPET, LARGE PATIO
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January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 41

TREATMENT IN THE
CONVENIENCE OF YOUR HOME
WE BRING OUR OFFICE TO THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME
A licensed podiatrist will bring sterile instruments, supplies and diagnostic equipment, including
x-rays and vascular testing to your home. It is the identical treatment that you would get in the
office, except you don’t have to travel through traffic then search for a parking spot and you don’t
have to wait in a cramped waiting room!

CARING ABOUT OUR PATIENTS


In Home Podiatry offers comprehensive care of the foot. We utilize only state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to ensure safe and
effective treatment. We also take the extra time to listen and explain, so that each and every patient feels comfortable.

A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH BY OUR HIGHLY SKILLED PODIATRISTS


In Home Podiatry uses a unique approach to foot care. This enables us to treat patients with a wide range of foot problems in the
comfort of their home.

DIABETIC PODIATRY SERVICES FOOT PAIN


• Comprehensive Diabetic Foot Exam • Arthritis and Joint Pain
• Diabetic Foot Care • Bunions and Hammer Toes
• Diabetic Shoes and Foot Inserts • Heel and Arch Pain
• Diabetic Wound Care • Sprains, Lacerations and Injuries

ROUTINE AND GENERAL FOOT CARE SERVICES WOUND CARE


• Ingrown and Fungal Toenails • Diabetic Foot Ulcers
• Corns, Calluses and Skin Problems • Non-Healing Foot & Leg Wounds
• Special Shoes, Orthotics and Foot Inserts • Venous Stasis Ulcers and Varicose Veins

HEALING WOUNDS AT HOME


We treat diabetic and non-diabetic foot and leg wounds. Our Certified Wound Specialist working directly with our podiatrist and your
primary physician will design a wound care program for your specific needs. This type of team approach is proven to heal wounds faster.

MEET OUR PODIATRISTS


Steven M. Schein, DPM and Elisabeth S. Londoño, DPM. Our highly skilled Podiatrists have extensive podiatric training and experience.

INSURANCE
Medicare and most insurance plans accepted.

JUST CALL US!


1-800-IHP-7250
[1-800-447-7250]
OR VISIT US AT
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Caring For Your Skin’s Health

A Member of Integrated Dermatology Group

Specializing in the Detection


and Treatment of Skin Cancer

Dr. Barry J. Kuttner, m.D., ph.D.


Board Certified Dermatologist and Dermatopathologist

Kristen hafner, pa-c


Accepting Most Insurance Plans, Including

Medicare
Se Habla Español
Century Village Medical Clinic • Second Floor • 110 Century Village Blvd.

5 61-688-2550
January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 43

Wishing All Our Customers


The Happiest Of Holidays!

Empire New York Style


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Brooklyn U.S.A.: Meets every modern firearms and other weap- GiGi’s Group: We travel to

Organization News 2nd Wed Oct-Apr at 1:30 pm in


Party Room. Our meets are en-
ons. George, 471-9929.
Century Village Orchestra:
the Mardi Gras Casino every 3rd
Mon. Contact GiGi at 689-6092.

January 2011
tertaining and informative. We
Meets every Mon, Nov 1, 2010 Hadassah, Judith Epstein
are open to former and present
to Mar 2011, in CH Room C, Chapter at CVWPB: Meets 3rd
residents of Brooklyn and their
1:15-3:15 pm. We would like to Wed at 11:45 am for mini-lunch,
Amit Women Rishona Chap- Baby Boomers Club: We are significant others. Our special
add a conductor, more strings 12:30 meeting at Anshei Sholom.
ter: Meets every 2nd Tue w/col- looking for more members to events: Jan 26-27, 2 day-1 nite
(violins, violas, cellos and bass), Rosetta, 689-2459.
lation at 12 noon and meeting at volunteer to arrange an activity trip to Clewiston Sugar Fields
bassoon and percussion players.
then off to Ft. Meyers for a show Holocaust Survivors of the
1:00 pm at Aitz Chaim on Haver- for the group. It could be simple Call Rickie at 683-0869 or email
at Broadway Palm Theater w/ Palm Beaches: Meet 2nd Wed,
hill. Coming events: monthly or elaborate. Our group includes cvorchestra@aol.com
overnite stay at the Courtyard 9:30 am, in Anshei Sholom. Our
trips to Hard Rock Casino (Ann those who remember iconic TV
Marriott (meals/tips included, Chit Chat Group: We meet next meet will be held Jan 12,
707-2096). FMI, call Ellie 471- shows, movies, music, dances,
call Rose 683-1564); Feb 27, an- at 2:00-3:30 pm, Classroom B then Feb 9, Mar 11 and Apr 13,
4935; Malca 688-2698. and events of the 50s and 60s. For
nual lunch & dance (Estelle 478- of CH, every 1st & 3rd Tue from Yom Ha’shoa — Remembrance
info, email lynnsevan@aol.com
Anshei Sholom: Here is our 0900); Mar 16, Isles of Capri. 2-3. Our discussions are friendly, Day. Kathy, 689-0393.
Temple calendar: Jan 2, celebrate B’nai B’rith Century: This is FMI, Steve @ 242-0481. informative, interesting and fun.
Irish-American Cultural
New Year at 6:00 pm; Jan 16, free B’nai B’rith International’s 167th This is a free program. FMI, call
Canadian Club: Meets 4 th Club of CV: Meets 1st Tue in CH,
ice cream social for new and pro- anniversary. We meet every 4th Rhoda @ 686-0835.
Wed, Party Room of CH, 1:00 2:00 pm, Room C. For info, call
spective members of the Temple, Sun, 9:30 am (except holidays),
pm. Membership open to all. Christian Club: We meet 1st Robert, 917-704-0223.
Sisterhood and Men’s Club at at Anshei Sholom. The schedule:
Lots of great activities. Betty, Wed, 1:00 pm, Party Room of
2:00 pm. Also: Don’t forget our Jan 23, Rabbi Korman, “Famous Italian-American Culture
684-0766; Franne, 478-9526; CH. Also on our sked: Nov 16,
Mon adult ed classes! The 9:30 Jewish Women”; Feb 27, Frank Club: We’re running a bus trip
Madelaine, 684-5595. casino trip.
am class, led by Rabbi Dr. Mi- Handler; Mar 27, Officer Instal- to Mardi Gras Casino on Jan 11,
chael Korman, discusses “Great lation, Catered Breakfast, Arthur Century Village Camera Deborah Hospital Founda- 2011, $5 pp w/$5 bonus play &
Jewish Women Through His- Fentin, B’nai Brith Apartments Club: We meet the 2 nd Tue, tion: Meets 2nd Fri every other $3 food voucher (valid at all their
tory.” The 10:45 am class, led by — admission free to members 10:00 am, Classroom C. All are mo in CH Party Room, 12:00 restaurants). To reserve your seat,
Sarah Farkas, teaches “Conversa- (modest donation to guests). Dr. welcome. Just bring an interest in noon. Call Bea 688-9478; Claire call Dolores, 688-0876. Also
tional and Reading Hebrew.” For Levy @ 478-6865. taking pictures. Spread the word. 684-5659; Marge 687-3991. at bat: Feb 18-25, Caribbean
info, call the Temple at 684-3212. Contact Ken, cameraclubcv@ Cruise on the Costa Atlantica
Duplicate Bridge at Hast-
Daily minyans at 8:30 am Sun-Fri gmail.com departs from Miami to Nassau,
ings Clubhouse: All bridge
(8:45 on Sat). Tortola, Catalina Island and
Century Village Computer players welcome Mon at 7:00
the Grand Turks, rate includes
Club: Meets 1st and 3rd Thu, Nov- pm and Wed at 1:00 pm, upstairs
cruise/bus/insurance/port/taxes/
(561) 840-6345 JOE CARRIKER Apr (1st Thu only rest of year), at Hastings rec hall. Call Mimi,
tips (Michelina, 914-764-8047).
1:00 pm in CR 103, and incl 30 697-2710, if you have questions
We also resume Sat bowling at
HANDY MAN THINGS, INC. min Q&A, biz portion, presen- or if you need to be matched w/
Verdes on Oct 30, 9:00 am (Fran,
tation, 50/50 and door prizes. another player. Bridge lessons
HMT WINDOWS & DOORS Arrive by 12:15 if you wish to coming soon for beginners.
616-3314).
join, renew your membership, or Jewish History: Exploring
• Door Repairs • Window Repair • Hurricane Shutters Evangelical Christian Net-
• Door Replacement • Window Replacement • Accordion Shutters register for free hands-on classes. highways and byways of Jewish
working Club: Meets 1 st Fri,
• Sliding Glass Door • Window Glass • Kitchen and Bath history, including “Jewish Spies,”
Century Village Gun Club: 6:30 pm, Classroom B of CH. We
Repair and Wheels • Window Screens Countertops taught by Frank Handler, every
Meets every 2nd Tue at 7:00 pm share relevant info among our-
• Porch Enclosures • Porch Rescreening • Shower Doors Fri at 1:30 pm, starting Jan 7 at
in Classroom B of the CH. Every selves and with our community.
CH CR C. Preregister for each
30 Years in Construction meet has a guest speaker. Come Dee, 827-8748; Steve, 389-5300.
month: Jan, Feb, Mar ($11 ea
Licensed/Bonded/Insured License Nos. U-20681; U-20702 listen to great speakers; make
mo). Call 684-8686.
new friends; view historic and

Susan Wolfman turns "LISTED" into "SOLD"


Recent Sales
1 WINDSOR A 1/1½ PENDING $26,500 208 WELLINGTON E 1/1½ PENDING $25,500
386 WINDSOR Q 1/1½ SOLD $16,000 196 STRATFORD 1/1½ RENTED $650/mo.
111 COVENTRY E 1/1 SOLD $10,000 118 KENT H 1/1 RENTED $550/mo.
408 DOVER A 1/1½ UNDER CONT. $55,000 127 ANDOVER E RENTED $3500/sea.
181 CAMDEN H 1/1 PENDING $14,900 33 SHEFFIELD B 2/1½ RENTED $5000/sea.
2010 Sales
313 DOVER A 1/1½ SOLD $33,000
361 SHEFFIELD O 1/1 SOLD $11,000
71 KINGSWOOD D 2/1½ SOLD $27,500 299 CAMDEN M 1/1 SOLD $25,900
186 WELLINGTON K 2/2 SOLD $45,000 144 WELLINGTON H 2/2 SOLD $39,000
246 COVENTRY K 1/1½ SOLD $19,900 314 GREENBRIER B 2/2 RENTED $725/mo.
382 SHEFFIELD P 1/1½ SOLD $20,000 33 SHEFFIELD B 2/1½ RENTED $5000/sea.
215 KENT M 2/1½ SOLD $19,850 146 WINDSOR G 1/1½ SOLD $16,500
136 SOUTHAMPTON B 1/1½ SOLD $13,500 110 WELLINGTON D 2/2 SOLD $60,000
82 CAMDEN D 2/1½ SOLD $22,750 166 WALTHAM G 1/1 RENTED $500/mo.
108 WINDSOR E 2/1½ SOLD $13,500 90 CHATHAM D 1/1 SOLD $7,500
4 SHEFFIELD A 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 125 WELLINGTON G 2/2 SOLD $32,500
323 SHEFFIELD P 1/1½ SOLD $23,000 255 SHEFFIELD K 1/1½ SOLD $9,000
62 BERKSHIRE C 2/1½ SOLD $21,500 346 SHEFFIELD O 1/1 SOLD $9,000
376 NORTHAMPTON S 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 385 SHEFFIELD P 1/1 SOLD $12,500
70 CAMBRIDGE 2/2 SOLD $18,500 86 NORWICH D 1/1½ SOLD $9,000
217 DOVER A 1/1½ SOLD $35,000 105 CHATHAM E 2/1½ SOLD $42,500
100 ANDOVER D 1/1½ RENTED $500/mo. 135 HASTINGS H 1/1 SOLD $22,500
264 SHEFFIELD K 1/1½ SOLD $11,500 111 SOMERSET 2/2 RENTED $700/mo.
30 SOMERSET B 2/2 SOLD $71,000 132 BEDFORD F 1/1½ SOLD $14,500
406 GREENBRIER C 2/2 SOLD $60,000 194 COVENTRY I 1/1 SOLD $16,900
1 KENT A 2/1½ SOLD $39,900 201 SOUTHAMPTON A 2/2 SOLD $49,900
119 STRATFORD I 1/1½ RENTED $750/mo. 304 WELLINGTON C 1/1½ SOLD $29,900

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


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Susan Wolfman (561)
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January 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 45
Jewish War Veterans Post Queens NY Club: Meets Super Seniors Club: Interest- Yiddish Advanced Reading Yiddish Vinkl: The Village’s
#501: Meets 1st Sun, Cypress 4th Tue from Sep to Mar at the ing convo about current issues Group: Menke Katz Reading unique and much-loved Vinkl
Lakes CH. Breakfast at 9:00; Somerset Pool, 11:00 am-1:00 affecting seniors at the CV 912 Circle invites readers to join meets all-year round every 1 st
meeting at 9:30; meets from pm. Where we’re swimming: Jan Super Seniors Group. During the group headed by Troim Handler. and 3rd Sun, 1:30-3:00 pm, in CH
Sep to May with guest speak- 16, Mame; Feb 13, Plaza Suite. first two meets, the focus was on Currently reading Night by Elie music rm. All are welcome. Yid-
ers. Activities include servicing Harriet, 684-9712. the changes to healthcare with Wiesel in Yiddish. The group dish knowledge is not required, as
VA patients. Ralph, 689-1271; attendees exchanging opinions. meets 2nd & 4th Fri of ea mo @ all is translated to English. Call
Russian Club: Meets 2nd Thu
Howard, 478-2780. We meet every 1st Thu, 10:00 am 10 am. Troim, 684-8686. Edy, 687-4255.
at 3:00 pm on Jan 13, Feb 10
in the CH as a forum for sharing
Jewish War Veterans Post (Party Room); Mar 10, Apr 14 Yiddish Chorus: Men and
knowledge, asking questions
#520: Meets 4 th Sun at Elks (Room C). Any questions? Please women members welcome. No
and educating ourselves. Email
Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Continen- call 686-9272.
cv912superseniors@gmail.com
knowledge of Yiddish necessary. A
tal breakfast at 9:00, followed Rehearses every Wed at 1:30 pm
by general meeting. Come as
Sisterhood of Aitz Chaim:
in CH music rm B. Director/ d
our guest and see what we’re
Will host a luncheon, card and
game party at the temple, 2518
Three Friends: Two singers conductor: Shelley Tanzer. Call S v
all about! Walt, 478-6521; Phil,
N. Haverhill Rd. Reservations
and a piano player entertain every
last Thu in CH rm C w/music of
Edy, 687-4255. u e
686-2086.
required. Charlotte, 478-8756. the 30s to the 60s. Come listen Yiddish Class: Meets Thu at p o r
Jewish War Veterans Ladies 10:00 am, CH CR A, beginning
Auxiliary Post #520: Meets 3rd
Strictly Ballroom Dance and enjoy w/Ellie, Wolf and
Jan 6. Taught by Golda Shore. p u t
Group: Meets every Sat, 6-8 Sonia.
Mon at The Classic. A continen-
pm, at CH Party Room (time/day
Register at Class Office. Call o r i
tal breakfast is served at 9:00 am, 697-3367. r
followed by our meeting. Our
subject to change). All dancers WOW: Women of Welling- s
efforts go to creating welcome
are welcome. No charge; music
is good; come join us. Your hosts
ton welcome you to events of Yiddish Culture: Jan 4, Mir-
iam Schott & Others; Jan 11,
t e
kits for the veterans at the VA wonder. Jan 23, The Sound of
Center at Military Trail and vari-
are Bill (plays the music) and Music matinee at the Maltz Ju- Marty Kaye; Jan 18, Shelley r
ous positions at the Center. We
Hugh (offers a helping hand to
beginning couples). Call Bill
piter Theater with dinner at the Tenzer & Friends. All programs
10:00 am at CH theatre. Admis-
s
find our volunteer work helpful Tabica Grill. Lenore, 683-4166;
684-2451 or Hugh 689-3466. Judy, 687-9553. sion free. 684-4867.
and rewarding and welcome new
members. Dorothy, 478-6521.
Karaoke in the Village: Con-
tinues every Tue (6:30-9:30) in
the CH Party Room. All are wel-
come to sing along w/Solid Gold
Karaoke. For more info, call Tom
and Dolores at 478-5060.
Knights of Pythias: You are
invited to join Palm Beach Rain-
bow 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 fra-
ternal brotherhood fostering
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

THOMAS FEISTMANN, M.D., P.A.


looking for new members, so if
you enjoy music, contact GiGi at
689-6092; the feeling of giving
joy to others is so rewarding. INTERNAL MEDICINE - CARDIOLOGY
Mind Spa Discussion Group: DIPLOMATE OF THE AMERICAN BOARDS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
Meets 2nd and 4th Thu, 1:30 pm, in AND CARDIOLOGY
CH, CR A. All are invited for in-
depth discussions of significant
issues. Allan, 587-3602.
5405 Okeechobee Blvd.
Na’Amat USA (Pioneer Suite #306 (3rd Floor) West Palm Beach
Women): Meets 4th Tue, 1:00
pm, at Cypress Lakes Auditorium
for mini-lunch and interesting The Century Village Entrance Has Been Closed
programs, guests are always wel-
come (Rhoda 478-8559). and is No Longer Available
NYC Transit Retirees Club: Century Village Residents Can Take
We are looking for new mem-
bers. For more info, call Kathy,
the Shuttle Bus, Which Will Stop
689-0393. at the Okeechobee Blvd. Entrance
OWLS (Older-Wiser-Loyal-
Seniors): Jan 10 is our cutoff date
to join; we will not accept any
MEDICARE ASSIGNMENT ACCEPTED
new members afterwards. See
you the 2nd Tue at 3:00 pm in the By Appointment Tel: 561-683-8700
Party Room. Angelo, 687-7575.
Philadelphia Club: Meets
2nd Tue, 12:30 pm, Aitz Chaim.
Accepting New Patients
All welcome. For more info, call
Sylvia, 683-5224.
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Club/Group Meet Time


Art Committee Call Office Call Office
Ballroom Dance Practice Every Sunday 6pm-8pm
Baby Boomers 3rd Wednesday 3pm-4pm
B'nai Brith 2nd Tuesday 2pm-3:30pm
Bingo Every Wednesday 5pm-9pm
Brooklyn Club 2nd Wednesday 1:30pm-4pm
Camden Association 2nd Friday 10am-11am
Camera Club 2nd Tuesday 10am-12pm
Canadian 4th Wednesday 12pm-3pm
C.E.R.T 3rd Monday 3pm-4:30pm
Chorus Tamalou Every Tuesday 1pm-3pm
Christian Club 1st Wednesday 1pm-2pm
Community Relations 2nd Thursday 10am-11am
Computer Club 1st/3rd Thursday 12pm-3pm
Questions to the Congressman’s Aide 1st Monday 10am-12pm
COP 2nd Thursday 9am-11am
Craft Therapy Every Tuesday 10am-11:30am
Deborah Hospital Foundation Call Office Call Office
Democrat 4th Tuesday 1:30pm-3:30pm
Des Bons Amis Every Wednesday 7pm-9pm
Des Bons Amis Craft Group Every Thursday 7:30pm-9:30pm
Des Bons Amis Card Game Every Friday 7pm-9pm
Doo Wop 2nd Wednesday 3pm-5pm
Dover Association 1st Monday 10am-12pm
Drama Society 1st/3rd Monday 7pm-8:30pm
Evangelical Christian 1st Friday 6:30pm-7:30pm
Fishing Club 1st Wednesday 3pm-4:30pm
Great Books Discussion 1st/3rd Thursday 7pm-8:30pm
Gun Club 2nd Tuesday 7pm-8pm
Health Chat 1st/3rd Tuesday 10am/2pm
Hebrew Wisdom 3rd Wednesday 2pm-4pm
Homestead Workshop 4th Wednesday 1:30pm-2:30pm
Irish American 1st Tuesday 2pm-4pm
Italian American 3rd Wednesday 1pm-4pm
Latin American 1st Thursday 7pm-8pm
Merry Minstrals Every Thursday 10am-11am
Mind Spa 2nd/4th Thursday 1:30pm-3pm
Open Art Room Every Friday All Day
Orchestra Every Monday 12pm-4pm
O.W.L.S 2nd Monday 3pm-4:30pm
Philly Club 1st Thursday 1:30pm-3:30pm
Petanque Wed & Fri 8:45am-11:30am
Queens Club 4th Tuesday 11am-1pm
Repertory Theatre Group 1st Thursday 1pm-3pm
Russian Club 2nd Thursday 3pm-6pm
Sailing Club 2nd Friday 10am-11am
Scrabble Club Every Tuesday 6pm-9pm
Shuffleboard Club 2nd Tuesday 3:30pm-4:30pm
Sing-A-Long Every Sunday 6pm-8pm
Snorkel Club 3rd Friday 10am-12pm
Songbirds Every Wednesday 9:30am-11am
Southampton Association 4th Thursday 10:30am-12pm
Staying Young Forever 3rd Friday 3pm-4:30pm
Senior Chit Chat 1st/3rd Tuesday 2pm-3:30pm
Stratford Association 4th Thursday 3pm-5pm
Super Senior: CV 9-12 1st Thursday 10am-11:30am
This and That 1st Tuesday 1:30pm-2:30pm
Trivial Pursuit Every Wednesday 1:30pm-3:30pm
United Order True Sisters 2nd Monday 10am-2pm
Wolf-Ellie-Sonia of The 3 Friends Concert Last Thursday 7pm-8pm
Yiddish Culture Every Tuesday 10am-11am
Yiddish Culture Chorus Every Wednesday 1pm-3pm
Yiddish Vinkel 1st/3rd Sunday 1pm-3pm
Not all clubs are active during the summer. Please call the ticket office for information.
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