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March 2011

THE UCO REPORTER Page 1

This is Your Newspaper - Volunteer - page 3

Vol. 30 No. 3 March 2011

State of the Village Report Spring Is Near: Plenty To Do


New and continued programs, activities,
By David Israel, UCO President opportunities for all residents
From the UCO Bylaws: By Syd Kronish
“[The president] shall submit a report of the operations of UCO for the preceding year Believe me, there is no place in the world better for retirees
to the January meeting of the Delegate Assembly, or may publish his report in the UCO than Century Village in West Palm Beach!
Reporter, and from time to time shall report to the Executive Board all matters within his A variety of programs and activities are available to the
knowledge which the interests of UCO may require to be brought to their notice . . . “ residents.
Here are a few of these options right in our own backyard:
In accordance with the directive above serious research, while at the same time
• The Hastings Fitness Center has a daily schedule of
(modeled loosely on the Constitution of the reducing the probability of repeating past
classes which will continue through the summer. Our Fitness
United States), it mistakes.
Center is a state-of-the-arts facility with the latest apparatus
is incumbent on me 3. We have made major strides in chang-
and equipments to keep you in good health.
as your UCO Presi- ing the UCO culture of “No” to a more user-
• Interested in the Baby Boomers Club? There is one here.
dent to report to you friendly face. This process is well advanced
• How about the Village Gun Club, the Computer Club or
on the operations of and will continue.
the Camera Club?
UCO for the preced- 4. We have increased the frequency of
• For the musical mavens there is the CV Orchestra, and
ing year. If I may Transponder installations, addressing a long-
the Merry Minstrels for those who love to sing. Of course we
say so, residents standing complaint, and are approaching my
have Karaoke and a ballroom dancing group.
and owners got a stated goal of “Transponders on demand.”
• There are religious groups that meet regularly.
big “bang for their 5. We have reconfigured our Guest Call-In
• Take advantage of the free movies (first run) in our Club-
buck” from the UCO team in 2010. Let’s look System to allow for the registration of two
house theater and the dances held every Saturday night (also
at a few of our accomplishments. telephone numbers from any unit AND permit
free) in the party room. And of course our shows, many are
1. We have placed many UCO interactive the use of cell phones to call in guests. Some
here from Broadway, featuring Big Name Entertainers on a
forms on the Internet, including investiga- one hundred associations have thus far al-
regular basis in our theater.
tion applications for prospective new owners lowed the use of cell phones for guest call-in.
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and renters, thus making what was a very 6. We have completely reconstructed the
Linda Schnyder of Century Village noticed a column by
unwieldy procedure more user-friendly for UCO Insurance Committee and through com-
Frank Cerabino in the Palm Beach Post, who had a “warped
all concerned. petitive bidding (required by our laws but not
opinion of life in the Village.” She replied in a Letter to the
2. We have made a sizable dent in the con- put into practice for many years) have saved
Editor. Here is an excerpt:
version of paper files in UCO to searchable our unit owners some $2 million dollars an-
digital format (i.e., from hard copy records to nually in premiums as a result.
electronic storage of them). This has opened 7. We have also reconstructed our Main-
up our past history and documentation for tenance Committee and made it compatible
with the Insurance operation. The goal has
Inside: been to promote Preventive Maintenance
through a Check List system designed both
to protect our buildings from damages and to
Don’t let the flu bug reduce insurance claims, which can result in
bite you! Page 7 higher premiums.
8. We have linked up a number of our most
Health needy residents with critical aid programs
such as Food Stamps and utility cost-reduc-
March movies in tion programs.
Clubhouse. Dates & 9. In an effort to move our Village to more

times. Page 5 Continued on page 3 

Our library Yes we Delegate Assembly


have books aplenty.
Page 39
Friday, March 4, 2011
Club notes. Page 50
9:30 AM Clubhouse Theatre
Biographies of candidates in this year’s UCO election on
Happy 100th to March 4 are on Pages 20 to 23.
The UCO delegates will elect Vice Presidents and ten
Shirley! Page 16 Executive Board members
Page 2 THE UCO REPORTER March 2011

Delegate Assembly Minutes Feb. 4, 2011 And Then


Vice President Bob Mar- egates. Silverman. There’s This...
shall chaired this meeting. Sarah Alsofrom, State Since there were no nom- Vice President
Honey Sager led the Attorney’s Office, reported inations from the floor,
Pledge of Allegiance. that her office would like nominations were closed. Phyllis Richland
There was a problem volunteers -- their phone Ken Graff will be at UCO
with the sound system and number is 355-7295. A pros- today from 11:30 to 12:30 to
most of the statements and ecutor will come to speak take pictures for the UCO
It seems as if more and There are common element
questions from the floor to Associations by invita- R e p o r t e r. E L E C T I O N S
more folks are coming to lifts. There are single owner
were muffled. tion. Tours of the State At- ARE FRIDAY, MARCH 4,
Century Village on a per- lifts, etc. Each one has differ-
Guest Don Marion repre- torney’s office also can be FROM 8 AM TO 9 AM.
manent basis. Many snow ent benefits.
senting Shalloway & Shal- arranged. President David Israel
birds are making their nests On another topic, Morse
loway, an Elder Law At- Christine Saxon, Com- reported on a visit from
here for good. It is the most Life has free services for vet-
torney Firm, stated that cast, introduced her techni- Mark Levy in which he
economical place to live in erans and or their spouses.
this firm will come to any cal supervisor. She told the said that his company
these times. With all the For those who prefer to stay
Association meeting. He audience that on February will lose the Deerfield
good stuff included in our in their own homes, daily liv-
also distributed literature. 16 Comcast will be convert- Beach CV franchise on
fees why shouldn’t more and ing services such as bathing,
Lt. Richard Diberardino, ing to a digital signal. You December 31, 2011. When
more people live here? What shopping, meal preparation,
Palm Beach Sheriff ’s Of- must have a converter for this occurs we will be hit
I have noticed is that there etc., are offered by Morse.
fice, reported that there channels over 22. There with sharing salaries
are many more inquiries for Their case managers are
was no crime of concern last were many questions and from 4 CVs to 3 CVs for
lifts. If your association is trained by the V.A. Don’t be
month. Traffic violations answers. A Town Hall Meet- operational costs of ap-
interested and have any ques- afraid to ask for licences, in-
continue to be an issue and ing to answer Comcast proximately $116,000.00.
tions, please get in touch with surance, I.D.’s and if you are
deputies will be in CV to questions will be set. To Toni Salometo, UCO In-
me at the UCO office and I in doubt check them out. Be
enforce the law. date 1800 units in CV have surance Chair, reported
will give you any information safe. Not every organization
Deputy Chief Gauger, no box. that there will be an Insur-
you need with reference to is looking out for you.
PBSO, warned our resi- Minutes were approved ance Seminar with Ty Beba,
insurance, maintenance, etc. Call UCO if you have any
dents about internet fraud as corrected. There were Brown & Brown, on March
There are second floor lifts. questions.
and phone scams directed 218 Delegates in atten- 23 at 9:30 AM in the Party
to the elderly. He also stat- dance. Room. Seating is limited –
ed that mental health funds Roberta Fromkin, Search call the UCO office to place
have been reduced over the & Nominations chair, read your name on the list of

Join us
years. He suggested that the list to be voted on. Two reservations.
we write to Tallahassee to Vice Presidents and ten Vice President Phyllis
defeat further reduction. Executive Board members Richland announced the
Nancy Boulter, Vitas will be elected for two-year following meeting dates:
Hospice, announced an Ice terms. Bob Marshall and Wed. Feb. 9, Presidents’
Council 10-11:30 AM –Par-

Insurance
Cream Social at the Medi- Phyllis Richland are can-
cal Center on February 17 didates for Vice President. ty Room.
from 1:30-3:30 PM, where Executive Board candidates Fri. Feb. 18, Becker &
they will have an office with are: Sandy Cohen, Suzie Poliakoff Certification of
many support programs for
CV residents.
Julia Wester announced
that there will be a Veter-
Byrnes, Ken Davis, Dom
Guarnagia, Lanny Howe,
Jackie Karlan, Jerry Karpf,
Syd Kronish, Dot Loewen-
Association Board Members
– 9 AM – Party Room.
Thursday Mar. 17, Flor-
ida Ombudsman – 10 AM-
Committee
ans Workshop at 2 PM in stein, Michael Rayber, Isa- noon, Party Room
the Clubhouse today. belle Scherel, Honey Sager, Good & Welfare followed.
Commissioner Paulette
Burdick greeted the Del-
Phil Shapkin, Howie Silver,
Myron Silverman, and Ted
These minutes were tak-
en by Mary Patrick Benton. Special Meeting
Track # __________

March Open Meetings


Wednesday,
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Date Time Group Location


3/04/11
3/04/11
8:00-9:00 am
9:30 am
UCO Elections
Delegate Assembly
Room C
Theater
March 23rd
3/04/11 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office
3/04/11
3/07/11
2:00 pm
1:30 pm
Security
Welcome & Orientation
UCO Office
Party Room
Party Room
3/08/11
3/08/11
9:30 am
9:30 am
Irrigation
Transportation
UCO Office
Room B
9:30 am
3/09/11 10:00 am Presidents' Council Party Room
3/10/11
3/13/11
10:00 am
12:00 pm
Community Relations
UCO Installation & Luncheon
Card Room B
Hilton Airport
Ty Beba
3/17/11 10:00 am Florida Ombudsman Theater Brown & Brown
3/23/11 9:30 am Insurance Seminar Party Room
3/24/11 10:00 am Officers UCO Office
3/28/11 1:30 pm Executive Board Room B
3/29/11 10:00 am Operations UCO Office “All you ever wanted to know about
4/01/11 9:30 am Delegate Assembly Theater property insurance coverage, and
asked.”
4/01/11 1:00 pm Editorial UCO Office
4/01/11 2:00 pm Security UCO Office
March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 3

UCO Volunteers Honored at Special Luncheon

A festive luncheon for more Club House on Jan. 13. all the officers in UCO to you to you.”
than 200 volunteers serving President David Israel and our little group of volunteers After lunch Bingo was
UCO Vice President on many committees and the UCO officers attended. that make this afternoon pos- played and cash prizes were
Phyllis Richland welcomes functions for the Village, was Chairperson Mary Patrick sible I give a special thanks given.
volunteers. held in the Party Room in the Benton, who was in charge
of all arrangements, greeted
the honored guests.
A Story from the Heart
VP Phyllis Richland, had By Irving J. Levine
special words of appreciation
for our well deserved volun- Each one of us has a story hidden in our heart that emerges
teers. from time to time to brighten our day. Here is mine:
“No one realizes how im- It was during the Great Depression and I was a second-grade
This is your newspaper — portant all of you are to the student in Lincoln School in Mt. Vernon, NY. I was a quiet kid
safety and well being of this from a poor family and not too happy about anything. It was
join our volunTeer sTaff! Village. Most of you see to it recess time and I sat alone on the gymnasium bleachers. Sud-
that everything runs smooth- denly the place became quiet as the principal entered and an-
The UCO Reporter is your most important source of infor-
ly and our residents are nounced a fellow student, Irving Levine, who is among us now,
mation about Century Village. But news doesn’t write itself. happy. When I tell outsiders
had been stealing items from a classroom desk during recess.
That’s why, to maintain the high standard of our coverage that fewer than 200 of us, all “His mother has been called and Irving will be punished.”
of news and events, we need to expand our staff. In other volunteers keep a little city he sternly proclaimed.
words, we need you to volunteer. You don’t need a newspa- like Century Village running I sat there dumbfounded and scared. I had never left the gym
per or magazine background. We’ll help you learn the ropes! as well as it does they shake and I had never stolen anything in my life. The other students
So, if you can spend a few hours a week with us, we can use their sheads in wonder. were silent and stared ay me. Then the silence was broken as
your talent in writing, editing, copy reading, proof reading, The history of C.V. and itsa girl spoke up. It was Eileen Ritchie, a classmate who I didn’t
computer operation and clerical skills. governing bodies depends know well.
Experienced hands are needed too. It will be an opportunity on volunteers. Today, I per- “Irving couldn’t have done it.” I’ve been here all during recess
sonally want to thank all of and he never left the gym,” she said.
to relive your days at your high school or college newspaper.
you who have stepped up to “Thank God for Eileen,” I thought.
If you’re interested, our editor, veteran newsman Syd the plate. Regardless of the
The principal mumbled an apology about a mistake and left
Kronish, would like to meet with you. Phone him at 561- amount of time any of you the gym the thief uncaught. I was so relieved I don’t remember
683-9336, Monday through Friday, from 9:30 to noon, to set give, you all have performed if I thanked Eileen.
up an appointment. admirably. So, on behalf of But almost 80 years later I am still grateful to her, especially
in my heart.
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State of the Village
from page 1
Do you have a story hidden in your heart? It may be
sentimental, sad, or even satirical. If you would like to
share your story we would like to consider it for publi-
legal operations, we have arranged for our Advisory Committee chair, Randall Borchardt, to cation. Please give us a call at 561-683-9336.
write a monthly column in the UCO Reporter. See Randall’s “Condo Corner” for answers to
many of your questions on condominium operations.
10. The project to upgrade the furniture at the Recreation Facility pools is complete. There
have been many compliments.
11. The shoreline restoration project is nearly finished. UCO INSTALLATION & LUNCHEON
12. We have established ongoing training for persons experiencing problems with their new
Comcast cable TV boxes. These sessions have been well received by those attending. SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 2011
13. We have established an ongoing feature on our Community channel 63, starring David
Saxon interviewing persons of interest to our Villagers. 12 NOON
14. We have finally stopped the unconscionable practice of allowing the buses to idle at the HILTON HOTEL
Clubhouse, thus saving some $1700 per month in gas.
15. We have installed a generator at UCO which will make it possible for UCO operations 150 AUSTRALIAN AVE., WPB
and services to the Village to continue during extended power outages.
Are there things yet to be done? Of course. We are in the process of redesigning our Inves- CHOICE OF CHICKEN
tigations Department so that the procedures will be simpler and so that the investigations
themselves will be more comprehensive. OR FISH - $35.00
We are also doing a remake of the Finance Department to make the expenditure of our
monies more transparent. GET YOUR RESERVATIONS IN EARLY
We are starting major drainage, swales and road repair projects, which taken together will THERE ARE 10 SEATS PER TABLE.
reduce or eliminate flooding and road damage.
All in all, I would say, and I think you would agree, that the state of our Village is good, MARY PATRICK BENTON, CHAIR
and steadily improving!
It has been a pleasure and a privilege to be your UCO president.
Page 4 THE UCO REPORTER March 2011

The Mail Bag WPRF, Inc.


The "Mail Bag" section of the UCO Reporter rep-
resents the OPINIONS OF THE AUTHOR ONLY. Anita J. Pearce, VP
UCO supports the publication of the diverse opin-
ions of our residents, and will endeavor to continue
to publish opinions which may be considered inflam-
matory but not defamatory.
It’s hard to believe that season.” You won’t be dis-
MONEY - MONEY - Save the Buses Big Thank You
MONEY - Where is it Ms. Ziccardy in her rec- A very big thank you to we are in the final month of appointed with this year’s
ommendation for returning all committee members of our winter “season.” Judging presentation of I Hear Music,
going?
to "old" bus routes of taking the SEARCH/NOMINATING from the comments I have with song and enthusiastic
Most of us on Social Secu- received from so many, you dance performed by about 40
residents only to places COMMITTEE.
rity will NOT and have not have been pleased with the of your fellow neighbors and
for essential needs.Get- Their diligence and perse-
seen a cost of living raise. entertainment offered this friends.
ting to Emporium shops, verance was the impetus for
I want to ask the OF- year – the shows have been Thank you to all who are
City Place, assorted malls having the nominees for vice
FICERS of UCO how they widely praised, and com- participating in our theater’s
--- stores, shops and restau- presidents and executive board
justify giving holiday BO- ments such as “outstanding”, 2010-11 season. As you have
rants are essential to the members for the 2011 slate.
NUSES to our part time “please bring them back next already seen, we have a won-
happiness and well being of The deed of getting nominees is
employees at UCO. Espe- year”, and “this year’s shows derful lineup of shows to
residents who can't /don't/ not an easy one. Unfortunately
cially when last year all were the best ever” are being please all tastes in entertain-
won't drive. Are they to be there is a belief among owners
chairs of committees(and I repeated to me over and over. ment. For those who leave for
confined to a small radius in Century Village in the say-
was one) were asked to cut I would like to personally the summer months, you can
of retail businesses, res- ing, LET GEORGE DO IT. Not
their budgets back to help thank Abby Koffler, WPRF’s fill out a season ticket appli-
taurants, discount stores so. To be on the Board of UCO
our Residents have a little entertainment director, for cation form (available in the
where they buy the every- is gratifying, rewarding and
less of an increase. Maybe such a wonderful lineup of Ticket Office) to ensure that
day essentials? Are those satisfying.
I don’t understand Florida shows. you receive next year’s 2011-
businesses to be deprived of Those who are voted in will
labor law, but since when It is with great pleasure 12 brochure while you are
our dollars? When Century find this to be true. All who
do part time employees (20 that I officially introduce our away. As in the past, there
Village was built, I don't were not nominated this year
hours a week) receive paid new Emcee, Joe Piazza, who is a $2 fee for mailing your
think Wellington Green or think about it.
sick time, and paid vacation started with us on February brochure and order form.
Gardens Mall were around. Get your bios ready for the
time which can run into a 1st and has been doing an I am pleased to report that
Why narrow the world of 2012 elections. When the com-
month. I also would like to enthusiastic job introducing we have now completed our
our residents rather than mittee is formed let them know
know when the paid holidays our theater acts. The next pool furniture project, and
widen it? For myself, the you want to run. PLAN ON IT.
were raised from 6 to ?(It time you are in the Theater, we now have new lounges,
buses were a major deter- JOIN IN AND RUN. Thank
seems the OFFICERS have please stop by and make him chairs, tables and umbrellas
mining factor in moving you all committee members
not agreed yet on a Holiday feel welcome. at all of our pools. For those
here. I see how much the for encouraging those who are
List to be published in the If you are looking for an of you who use the South-
riders enjoy getting out running this year.
near future). Remember enjoyable evening during ampton Pool, I trust you are
for the day -- people who With best wishes for a
all employees part time get March, please consider at- pleased with the landscaping
otherwise could not afford healthy, safe and happy year
these holidays off with pay. tending one of our amazing improvements to enhance
private transport to some at WPB Century Village and a
Remember you are en- shows in the Theater. We still your relaxation time. Over
of the destinations. As one very hearty THANK YOU.
titled to see this information. have plenty of good seats left the summer months, look
very wise CV volunteer Roberta Boehm-Fromkin
Just go up to UCO with an for I Am Sarge on March 15th, for maintenance work at the
said, “you may be driving
appointment and they will 
A Tribute to the Beach Boys Hastings Fitness Center, as
today but one day you may
be glad to show you all sala- Roads/Sidewalks – Good Vibrations on March well as various maintenance
not.” Please please do not
ries, vacations and bonuses. The perimeter road has 26th, and The New Shanghai and improvements to the
cut any of the external
UCO was very gracious in sidewalks all around. WHY Circus on March 31st. Check pools, decks and/or bath-
buses. As for those who
giving me this information. do people have to walk or out the show reviews in the houses at Hastings, Kent and
drive but elect to use the
Maybe it is about time ride bikes on the road which March Happenings - tickets Southampton.
buses ---kudos for riding
you find out who is getting has room for just one car in can be purchased seven days Please remember to be
en masse and going green -
what. This is your money. I each direction? In addition, a week at the Ticket Office careful while near any wa-
conserving gas and cutting
want to thank Mr. Ed Black a guard walking to the Hast- in the Main Clubhouse. We terways in our community.
pollution! A happy bus rider
for being so informative on ings clubhouse early in the have very few tickets left for WPRF has posted signs to
Margaret Russell
what we pay our part time morning when it is still dark The Platters on March 8th, remind you that there are alli-
169 Windsor H
employees. walks in the road. As bad as and some other March shows gators present in the water so
561-687-1264
Barbara Cornish, Con- that is, he is black and wears are heavily sold, so you should use caution when you and/or
cerned Resident a dark jacket and you can hurry to ensure a good seat. a family member approaches
You still have an opportu- any shoreline. We monitor
 hardly see him. WHY not use
the sidewalk? ? ? ? nity to get tickets ($5.00 per our waterways and report
 Paula Brotkin person) to a performance by any sightings to the proper
the Century Village® Orches- agency; however, Florida is a
An Appreciation from tra on March 3rd. Your tal- natural habitat for alligators.
our Family..... ented friends and neighbors And another word of caution:
ACCUPUNCTURE To our Community.... will perform music from the It is against the law to feed
On behalf of our fam- light classics, Broadway and alligators!
For pain, depression, colds & sore throat ily, please accept our sincere favorites from the American Our maintenance staff is
MASSAGE THERAPY appreciation for the many songbooks. hard at work maintaining
months of devotion shown Tickets are going fast ($6 the buildings and property to
Therapeutic massage not only to my late husband, per person) to this year’s An- prolong the useful life of what
Frances Post, ap, lmt Richard but myself as well.. nual Resident Show (March we already have, and so that
Acupuncture Physician AP1665 We all could not have trav- 20th at 8 PM and March 21st you can expect a clean and
Licensed Massage Therapist MA36521 eled this road alone....Your at 2 PM). Last year’s resident safe environment when in any
century village resident generosity will never be for- show was fantastic, and said of our facilities.
I Make House Calls • 561-632-0098
561-632-0098 gotten. to be by most who attended, Enjoy the rest of the sea-
Bettie Lee Bleckman “one the finest shows of the son, and be well.
March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 5
PRESIDENT’S COUNCIL REVIEW
by Jean Dowling
“This is a friendly, informa- board members. A board meet- • Your property manager Community
tional council for people with ing cannot be held without a can be a member of your board. Relations
the same problems,” explained quorum, which is a majority. • All board members must
Phyllis Richland, UCO Vice For a seven-member board, sign a declaration that they Ted Silverman
President, at the first Presi- that would be four members. have read the condo documents
dent’s Council Review Meeting A quorum can be obtained by or have taken a course on run-
on Wednesday, February 9, an out-of-town member at- ning a condo.
2011. tending by speaker-phone or • Every board member
The meeting, open to as- Skype (internet connection), or should have a copy of the Community Relations dent Barack Obama, United
sociation presidents, board by completing a proxy form. condo documents and the UCO Committee members Doro- States Senators Bill Nelson,
members and unit owners, was To summarize some of the bylaws. thy Breier, Phyllis Frishberg, Mark Rubio and Congress-
hosted by Phyllis and Roger points made at the meeting: Kathy Guarnagia, Jackie man Ted Deutch. Invitations
Carver, CAM (Community Annual Meetings: Karlan, Maria Levy, Eileen will be extended to Governor
Association Manager) of UCO Board Meetings: • This is the only meeting Pearlman, Lisa Torres and I Rick Scott and State Repre-
in the Clubhouse party room. • Notice of a meeting must required by law. Must have recently met to discuss last sentative Mark Pafford. Palm
Over a hundred enthusiastic be posted 48 hours before the minutes. year’s successful dessert buf- Beach County State Attorney
people attended. meeting. • The yearly election of fet honoring our Century Michael McAuliffe, Supervi-
Each month the Council • Meetings must be open the board takes place at this Village Centenarians and to sor of Elections Susan Bucher,
will address a new problem. to all (except for executive meeting. start preparations for this County Commissioner Pau-
“What is my job as an officer sessions, which are limited to • The officers are elected at year’s celebration. lette Burdick, Tax Collector
and what responsibilities do I personnel problems or attorney a board meeting following the At this meeting we unani- Anne Gannon, Property Ap-
have?” were the topics of this sessions). annual meeting. mously agreed that the forth- praiser Gary Nikolits and
introductory meeting. There • Minutes and financials • The annual meeting is at- coming event will be a sand- Sheriff Ric Bradshaw will
was a question and answer should be open to all either by tended by all owners, and the wich party including potato receive invitations to attend
period, during which David posting or by request. quorum must be a majority of salad, cole slaw, soda, hot cof- this year’s function. Nearly
Israel, UCO president, who • Minutes should reflect all voting owners. fee and two birthday cakes. all of these dignitaries did
was in attendance, responded what was done, not all that Upcoming President’s One happy birthday cake will honor our Centenarians by
to some of the questions. was said. Council Review meetings will be sugar free and the other attending and with a personal
Roger explained that many • Good and Welfare is a be held at 10:00 am in the Club- will contain sugar. letter of congratulations to
people bought units with the time to bring up issues other house party room on March 9, C o m m i t t e e m e m b e r s our Centenarians.
idea that they would have no than what is on the agenda. No April 13, May 11 and June 8. Phyllis Frishberg and Eileen If you know any Century
responsibility to their build- minutes are taken. This is a very good forum at Pearlman will be in contact Villager who is 100 years
ing or the community. This • Any meeting can be taped, which to learn and ask ques- with and inviting numerous young or who will be 100 this
leaves buildings with too few but the tape has to be of the tions. Come and participate. public elected officials. year, please write to me at the
workers and often not enough entire meeting. (There will be coffee!) We will be inviting Presi- U.C.O. office.

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the sole bread winner and a 6600. refund. You, not the preparer, made as the comedienne turns 75 years old.
03/07, Mon, 6:45PM; 03/08, Tue, 1:45PM; 03/10, Thu,
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Page 6 THE UCO REPORTER March 2011
major sources. We do not
have children to bring the
germs home from school,
but we do go to Publix.
The.official.newspaper.of.Century.Village
The official newspaper of Century Village
The.official.newspaper.of.Century.Village
Health Remember that those shop-
24.Camden.A,.West.Palm.Beach,.FL.33417
24 Camden A, West Palm Beach, FL.33417
24.Camden.A,.West.Palm.Beach,.FL.33417 Michael Rayber ping carts are coated with
Tel:.561-683-9336..•..Fax:.561-683-2830
Tel: 561-683-9336 • Fax: 561-683-2830
Tel:.561-683-9336..•..Fax:.561-683-2830 germs. The children and
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Email: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com
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Office
Office hours: 9:30 am-12:00 noon, Mon-Fri
hours:.9:30.am-12:00.noon,.Mon-Fri door, just wipe down the
Acting
Acting Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd.Kronish
ActingEditor-in-Chief. ..................................................... Syd Kronish handle. Carry wipes to use
Editor-in-Chief..........................................Syd.Kronish Don’t Let the Flu Bug Bite after you touch the rail
Editors
Associate ................................... Joe.Saponaro,.June.Saponaro
Editor...........................................................Irving
Editors ................................... Joe.Saponaro,.June.Saponaro J. Levine
Business
Associate Coordinator, Advertising ......... Phyllis.Siegelman
Editor................................................................Lanny Howe I would like to once again is that the H1N1 swine flu to get on the bus. In the
Business Coordinator, Advertising ......... Phyllis.Siegelman
Pre-Press
Business Coordinator
Coordinator, ...................................John.Saponaro
Advertising. ..........................Phyllis Siegelman talk about the Flu season. shots we took last season Clubhouse remember those
Pre-Press Coordinator ...................................John.Saponaro
Assistant
Layout Business Coordinator. . ......................... Martha Ostapenko You may have noticed that have given us some protec- railings that we use on the
Layout Coordinator .....................................Myron.Silverman
Coordinator ..................................... Myron.Silverman
Photo Editor,
Editorial Consultant.
Consultant ..................................................... Ken Graff
............................................Lanny.Howe the Flu season has not re- tion to this year ’s virus. stairs and elsewhere are
Editorial Consultant ............................................Lanny.Howe
Layout
Photo Coordinator ................................................ Myron Silverman ally hit us, but please take In part, we are being more potential sources of germs.
Photo Editor,
Editor, Consultant
Consultant .........................................Ken.Graff
.........................................Ken.Graff
Pre-Press
Artist Coordinator..................................................John Saponaro your Flu shots anyway as alert to sources of germs. Remember it is not just the
Artist ...................................................................
................................................................... Helen.Siegler
Helen.Siegler
Editors..................................................
Consultant Joe Saponaro,Toni.Salometo
........................................................ June Saponaro it can still hit. Part of the F o r t h e s n o w b i r d s I Flu we have to watch, a
Consultant ........................................................ Toni.Salometo
Consultant.
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(your.property.managers)
ger to us. There is one ma-
(your property managers) jor source of germs. When
To
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Classified Ads
Ads
Ads for CV
for for
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Residents
Residents
Only:
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items for sale or wanted may be listed on
Personal.items.for.sale.or.wanted.may.be.listed
mother load when it comes
a on.a.“space.available”.basis,.FREE.of.charge.
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on.a.“space.available”.basis,.FREE.of.charge.
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2102
2102
2102 West
West
West Drive,
Drive,
Drive, West
West Palm
West Palm Beach,
Beach,
Palm FL FL
Beach, 33417
33417
FL UCO
33417
UCO
Office:Office:
Tel Tel 561-683-9189
561-683-9189 • Fax • Fax 561-683-9904
561-683-9904
UCO Office: Tel 561-683-9189 • Fax 561-683-9904
Office Hours:
Hours:
Office Mon-Thu
Mon-Thu
Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-1pm
9am-1pm
9am-1pm• Fri•• 12
Fri 12
Office
12 noon-4pm
Fri noon-4pm
noon-4pm
Monday, March
Monday, March 7,7,1:30
2:00pm
pm One last thing, if you at-
tended the big UCO meet-
President:
President:
President:
President
David
DavidIsrael
David Israel
Israel Clubhouse Party Room ing and handled the mic,
remember it is good to
President Emeritus:
President Emeritus:
Emeritus: George
George Loewenstein
George Lowenstein
Loewenstein share opinions just not the
Vice
Vice Presidents:
Vice Presidents:
Presidents:
Bob
Sal
SalBummolo,
Sal
Bob
Bummolo,Frank
Bummolo,
Marshall,
Marshall,
FrankCornish,
Frank
Phyllis
Phyllis
Cornish,
Cornish,
Richland
Richland
Bob Marshall, Phyllis Richland
Greetings from UCO germs.
Treasurer:
Treasurer: Ed
Treasurer:
Corresponding
Corresponding Secretary:
Secretary:
Corresponding Secretary:
Ed
Ed Black
Avis
Avis
Black
Black
Blank
Blank
Avis Blank
President David Israel,
Recording
Recording Secretary:
Recording
Community
Commnity
Secretary:
Secretary:
Assn.
Assn. Mgr.:
Mgr.:
Community Assn. Mgr.:
Louise
LouiseMaccarone
Louise
Rodger
Rodger
Maccarone
Maccarone
Carver
Carver
Rodger Carver
Vice Presidents and
WPRF VP Anita Pearce,
Administrative
Administrative Assistant:
Administrative Assistant, Mary
Assistant: Mary Patrick
Patrick Benton
Benton
Office
Office Manager:
Manager:
Office Manager: Mary
Mary Patrick
Patrick Benton
Mary Patrick Benton
Benton
UCO-Business
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie
Edie Levine
plus committee chairpersons.
UCO-Business Coordinator: Edie
Coordinator: Levine
Levine
Office
Office Assistants:
Assistants:
Office Assistants: Roberta
Roberta Fromkin,
Roberta Fromkin,
Fromkin,
Sandy
Sandy Levine,
Sandy Levine,Maria Levy,
Florence Florence
Pires, Pires,
Isabelle Scherel,
Don’t miss this opportunity
Levine, Maria Levy, Florence Pires,
Isabelle
Isabelle Scherel, Joyce Weberman, Marcia Ziccardy
Joyce Scherel,
Weberman, Joyce Weberman,
Charlotte Brown, Marcia
Beverly Lyne
Ziccardy
Receptionists:
Receptionists:
Receptionists: Rhea Cohen,
Natalie
Rhea Sonia
Sonia Goldberg,
Hauptman,
Cohen, Goldberg,
Natalie
Natalie Hauptman, Claudette LaBonte, Mildred
Ron
Beverly
Coralie
Hauptman,
Massa,
Lyne, Ron
Oliviera,
Claudette
Claudette
Massa
Mildred
Beverly Lyne, Ron Massa
LaBonte,
LaBonte,
Levine
Sonia Mildred Levine,
Goldberg, Levine, to be informed about our
David Bernstein
Executive
Executive Board
ExecutiveClaudette
Board
Board LaBonte
friendly community.
DavidBernstein
David Bernstein Claudette LaBonte
Claudette LaBonte
Bettie
Bettie Bleckman
Bleckman Al
Al McLaughlin
McLaughlin
Bettie
RandallBleckman
Borchardt Al McLaughlin
Haskell Morin
RandallBorchardt
Randall Borchardt
Haskell Morin
Haskell Morin
Carol Castro
CarolCastro
Castro Michael
Michael Rayber
Rayber
Carol
Sandy Cohen Michael Sager
Honey Rayber
Sandy Cohen Honey Sager
Barbara
Barbara Cornish
Sandy Cohen
Cornish Toni
HoneySalometo
Toni Sager
Salometo
Ken
Ken Davis
Barbara Cornish
Davis Joe
Toni Saponaro
Salometo
Joe Saponaro
George
Ken DavisFranklin
George
Franklin Howie Silver
Joe Saponaro
Howie Silver
Roberta
George
Roberta Fromkin
Franklin
Fromkin Isabelle Scherel
Howie Silver
Isabelle Scherel
Louise
Louise Gerson
Roberta Gerson
Fromkin Myron
Myron Silverman
Silverman
Isabelle Scherel
Dom
Dom Guarnagia
Louise Guarnagia
Gerson Ted
Ted
MyronSilverman
Silverman
Silverman
Lanny
Lanny
Dom
Jackie
Howe
Howe
Guarnagia
Karlan
Lori
Lori Torres
Torres
Ted Silverman
Jeanette Veglia
OVER 20 YEARS IN HOME MONITORING
Jackie Karlan
Lanny Howe Jeanette
Lori TorresVeglia
Syd
Syd Kronish
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Great job. the experienced people on And of course, the execu-
The Transportation con- this committee will do a tive board and the delegate
tract is coming due at the great job. After things come assembly. Any ideas are
end of this year and we are in from companies and we always welcome. Our next
Frankly Speaking looking forwarded to many narrow it down to three it Transportation meeting is
Vice President companies bidding. We will then go to the UCO Bid March 8 at 9:30am.
have a contract transporta- Committee for its input.
Frank J. Cornish tion committee made up of,
Claudette LaBonte (Former
Chair of Transportation), ALTERATIONS
Dot Lowenstein (former HEMS, SEAMS, AND MORE
Your cooperation is sore- an all-time high for Cen- Chair of transportation),
ly needed, with regard to tury Village in the past few David Givens (bus rider), Prices from $7 to $10 per item,
parking facilities at the months. We had 5 broken Ed Black, Treasurer. We are depending on your needs
Clubhouse. We have had gate arms in total, between starting to gather pertinent Will pick up and deliver in Century Village
several reports of NEAR both gate houses. information to improve the
MISSES, not only from our The SECURITY com- bus routes. I am confident Call Andrea at 561-797-8854
Security Guards, who take mittee reminds residents
their lives in their hands, that they must make every
each moment they are on effort to properly call in or
the roads directing traffic arrange to log their guest
so that you may arrive and into the call in system.
depart in an orderly and This way Security can avoid
safe fashion. any confrontation at either
RESIDENTS, I urge you gate house.
to USE our TRANSPOR- Security is also dealing
TATION system, particu- with a new issue of new
larly on Saturday nights owners, who aren’t complet-
when there are both ing the full process of own-
dances and shows. We ership into Century Village.
have one of the best, if not After they go to WPRF
the best, transportation to start their process, it’s
system in all of Palm Beach essential they go to UCO
County. It is right outside to complete inputting their
many of our doors, why information for Security
not use it? Leave a little and themselves. This will
earlier, socialize with your show true ownership on
friends, knowing you will their account and it helps
step off the bus take a few Security to follow the post
short steps and be greeted orders of Century Village.
by a security guard at the Thank you...Remember we
Club House entrance. are here for your safety.
Here’s a typical scenario
that you can avoid: As you Transportation
drive toward the four cor- We are running a trip
ners, who has the right- to Festival Flea Market on
of-way? Once that is de- Feb. 28 at 9:30am. We have
termined and you manage posted signs at the security
to approach the entrance, desk, bus bulletin board
do you turn right toward and Channel 63. Sorry, if
Duck Island, or continue. not everyone has seen this.
Perhaps to drop off your We do our best. I want to
passengers, hopefully in thank Roberta for taking
the “Safety Zone,” which care of the sign up sheet.
is beyond the Club House
entrance (between the two
sets of doors…where the THOMAS FEISTMANN, M.D., P.A.
Postal Truck once parked)
and continue your journey INTERNAL MEDICINE - CARDIOLOGY
praying you will be success- DIPLOMATE OF THE AMERICAN BOARDS OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
ful in finding a PARKING AND CARDIOLOGY
SPACE. Having accom-
plished that, you have the 5405 Okeechobee Blvd.
reverse situation to look
forward to when you come
Suite #306 (3rd Floor) West Palm Beach
out. How many times have
we seen individuals, con- The Century Village Entrance Has Been Closed
fused by darkness, unable
to find their vehicles, bring-
and is No Longer Available
ing on more stress…which Century Village Residents Can Take
none of us need. I ask you to the Shuttle Bus, Which Will Stop
“GIVE IT A TRY”….TAKE
THE BUS.
at the Okeechobee Blvd. Entrance

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January we had an all
time high of 25,122 entries By Appointment Tel: 561-683-8700
into Century Village. Also
the denied entries were a Accepting New Patients
high of 576. This also is
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FACTS AND FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS What is left to
do to complete
ON WATER LEVELS AND THE SHORELINE the shoreline
restoration?
The following article, writ- devoid of those rich nutrients hold over one million gallons of flow underground into those While the study continues,
ten by Dom Guarnagia, UCO and plants that concealed the somewhat purified, reclaimed, areas. Thus we are intrinsically the corridor along the West Ca-
Maintenance Committee chair- shoreline, because they no lon- non-potable water (not fit for part of the greater community nal from Northampton, through
man, was taken from a Febru- ger exist. human consumption), serviced and they are part of us. Even if Camden and ending at Windsor
ary 5, 2011, posting on the CV The water level, as we see it by a chemically-altering purifi- the maximum two inches were at the South Canal remains
Blog by David Israel, UCO in our waterways, is the surface cation system. Century Village supplied to us, we could not incomplete. During the dry sea-
president. A number of residents of the water table below the was fortunate to become a depend on the water level rising son, sod production is at best in-
have asked questions about the grade or surface upon which customer early in the produc- this much, because the other adequate, since sod installation
recent shoreline restoration you are standing. Essentially, tion process, and as a result communities would be sharing is minimized with most grasses
work, some of which are ad- if you dig a hole anywhere in was initially promised up to a the increase! being dormant, thus requiring
dressed in this article. —Eds. Century Village, your feet will maximum of 750,000 gallons of Why does the less irrigation and mowing.
get wet less than three feet water daily at a cost of 4 cents shoreline look like However, sod production and
South Florida Water Man- down in the summer and, in per 1000 gallons of reclaimed it does in January? natural irrigation are at their
agement District is charged most cases, a little more than water. That costs us $30 per Without rainfall replenish- best during the rainy season.
with monitoring the water four feet down in the winter. day. The cost to the County ing the water table and with Paradoxically, when the water
levels in Lake Okeechobee, This phenomenon is what has for treating the water is about water levels receding substan- table is at its highest and sod
and for our purposes it is the tially, what seemed to be a production is prolific, shoreline
Lake Worth Drainage District beautiful and successful project restoration must deal with stak-
that monitors Century Village (92% complete) in early Novem- ing new sod on newly created
and sets the height of our dam, ber was actually at its best. This shorelines with deeper water!
or sluiceway, that controls the will be a recurring theme, and Therein lays the difficulty of
outflow of our waterways into a resolution is being sought. whether to use a different specie
the South Canal, becoming South Florida has entered a of sod on the vertical areas of
eventually part of the drinking period of severe drought and shoreline than are used on the
water in Clear Lake Reservoir, a high wildfire index, a weath- horizontal areas, or if to beau-
south of Interstate 1-95. er-related phenomenon that tify some areas with aquatic
Swimming pools are built of begins December l and ends plants.
concrete and gunite, which cre- May 31. The wet, rainy, hur- How are these newly cre-
ate an impervious, relatively ricane season begins on June ated areas being irrigated?
waterproof container whose 1 and ends November 30. With The sprinkler system that is in
water level is easily main- water in Lake Okeechobee at a place has been extended as part
tained since it is affected only low of 12.57 ft. above sea level, of the reconstructed shoreline
by evaporation. combined with reduced rainfall with new spray patterns and
Our Century Village wa- this rainy season, the water additional heads that have been
terways—all 62 acres of lakes, table has receded by some 3.5 added to adequately cover the
lagoons and canals—are con- feet already, which is evident newly formed areas. Irrigating
tained within 36,000 lineal here in Century Village. The those areas is part of the same
feet (6.8 miles) of shoreline. mean allowable water level, irrigation system that has been
These bodies of water, unlike regulated by the Lake Worth watering the rest of your associa-
swimming pools, are lined with Drainage District is 13.00 ft. tion’s land. Drainage has been
a sandy-clay porous mixture caused some concern regarding 11 cents per 1000 gallons, or above sea level—well below the to discharge runoff further out
through which groundwater the reconstruction of the shore- $82.50 per day. Obviously the flow from Lake O. this far from into the waterways.
percolates both upward and lines: Why can’t we maintain County is taking a loss, so there its outfall. Will the new geotubes hold
downward as the rainfall and the same depth of water year is little motivation to provide Is there a reasonable fix up to the sun’s damaging rays?
varying amounts of runoff from round? this water. to prevent this occurrence in Anchor Marine, the contractor
Lake Okeechobee, governed The reason, geologically How does this affect our the future? The short-term responsible for the work, has
by Nature, rise and fall—with speaking, is simply that we water levels in the waterways? answer is NO! The situation assured us that this identical
little effect from humans. sit atop an aquifer! An aquifer IF we are fortunate enough of a fluctuating water table system was used 34 years ago
Additional water is a water-bearing stratum of to purchase the maximum is permanent. Under study is at PGA National Golf Course
that Century permeable rock, sand or gravel, amount of water for four days the opportunity to introduce with no deterioration of the
Village manages: deep below the surface. Our po- a week (ap- aquatic plants same geotube product.
When built, Century Village table water for drinking, bath- proximately Why can’t we main- and/or a dif- What should the individual
drainage included the strip ing and cooking is stored deep 3-million gal- tain the same depth of ferent specie associations do to maintain the
mall from the vacant Jennifer underground in that limestone lons) it would water year round? The of grass that is new sod land or aquatic plants?
Convertibles store to the Fam- deposit. The water, through raise the wa- drought-resis- Like our other grassy areas that
ily Dollar at the intersection leaching or percolation, is fil- ter level in reason, geologically tant and can receive fertilizer and pesticides,
of Okeechobee Boulevard and tered through our sandy sur- an area of speaking, is simply survive when periodic mowing and mainte-
Haverhill Road, as well as the ficial topsoil, replenishing the 62 acres only that we sit atop an submerged for nance, will the new areas be
18-hole golf course and driving water drawn to the surface by a mere two extended peri- treated similarly through your
range. Runoff from the golf water management entities. inches. For aquifer! ods. Cost per maintenance contract?
course, rich in nutrients, espe- When it rains, the runoff irrigational square foot, Irrigation will be performed
cially nitrogen, flowed under fills the voids between sandy- purposes, we The situation of a the number as allowed by the South Florida
the roadway at Southampton clay particles, and the water pump 2-mil- fluctuating water table of areas to be Water Management District
A through a metal culvert into table is high. Without rainfall, lion gallons is permanent. treated with regarding intervals of watering
the South Canal and likewise that water recedes deeper into every week plants versus through the posted water bans.
between Golf’s Edge, under the ground until it reaches for lawns and landscaping. An- sod, and maintenance (includ- The responsibility rests with
South Drive, between the Do- the aquifer, where it is then other half-inch, an astonishing ing fertilizing, durability and each one of us, because it is our
ver buildings and into Century cleansed through filterization 750,000 gallons or so, evapo- performance) are things being monthly fees that pay for the
Lake. That fertilizer was in and awaits reuse. rates weekly due to the sun’s studied. shoreline restoration project.
large part responsible for the Purchased heat. Since our water level is Who will pay for the rem- Its success requires vigi-
proliferation of grasses, as well reclaimed water: shared by adjacent communi- edy? A five-year plan was lance, but it also requires the
as the nurture of other aquatic Located at the northwest ties such as Cypress Lakes, the introduced in 2008 by which understanding that the water
plants that required constant corner of Century Village Tennis Apartments, and Villa association fees would be table is a varying entity that
maintenance. Any runoff from (Northampton) is a large rein- Regina, purchased reclaimed increased from 2008 through results in a seasonal contrast
the golf course now, however, is forced concrete tank that can water flowing into Century Vil- 2012 for approximately $5.31 coupled with a deeper under-
lage will seek its own level and per unit, per month. standing of that variation.
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to us. If you’ve found someone
else who isn’t on the list but
they were helpful, please let us
Insurance know and we’ll include them. From the Desk of
If you’ve had a bad experience,
Toni Salometo we’ll try to help.
Vice President
While Snowbirds were Bob Marshall
away this summer, we had
inspections done on all roofs so
we could have new Mitigation
About Homeowners’ Insurance inspections forms completed.
It was a very time consum- About Comcast Boxes
Here’s a review of Hom- Why do you need Hom- ing experience and you might The installation of the were going on the DTA
eowners’ Insurance, especially eowners’ Insurance? The As- thank the full-timers in your DTA boxes from Comcast boxes might have seemed
for Snowbirds: sociation’s Master policy covers Association who waited, some- has been completed for all to not be necessary. They
There have been many the items that are required times for days and weeks, who went to the clubhouse are now necessary if you
questions regarding Hom- by Florida statute 718, but for the inspectors to show up for an appointment. want to watch channels in
eowners’ Insurance. Let’s go the individual unit owner is and complete the inspection. For those who still need addition to 2-22 and 97, 98
over the basics. First, a stat- responsible for those items They are truly unsung heroes. a box there are three ways and 99.
ute amended in July, 2010, within the walls of the unit, What was accomplished was to acquire this. You may If you are returning a
removed the stipulation that floor covering, lighting, water reports that your Homeown- go to the Comcast office box to Comcast there is a
makes Homeowners’ insurance heaters, appliances, drapes, ers’ insurance carrier needs to at 1401 Northpoint Park- deposit box at the entrance
mandatory. This ISN’T to cabinets, and counter and a ascertain the wind worthiness way and request the box, to the UCO building. A
say that it’s not necessary but host of other items. This in- of your Associations’ roof. So bring it home and install caution is in order, the
that the state had no way to cludes furniture, TV’s, clothing if you need a copy, please call it. There is no charge. Also box is not emptied on a
enforce the law. It was almost and other items of a personal UCO and we can get one for you can order the box via daily basis. If you acquire
impossible for Associations to nature. These all cost a lot of you. Even better, give us the the Comcast web site www. a replacement box and de-
enforce the law, as many of you money to replace and are the e-mail address of your insur- comcast.com. In addition posit the old box at  UCO
found out when you tried to do unit owner’s responsibility. ance agent and we will e-mail you can call Comcast at you may get an invoice be-
it. They also removed the need Here is what we’ve tried them for you. We’re available 1-800-comcast and request cause for a short time you
to add the Association as an to do to help you. At UCO, we during regular UCO hours at the delivery of the box or may be responsible for the
“Additional Named Insured”. have a list of a few agencies 683-9189; ask for Toni or Clau- boxes. There is a charge for two boxes. In my opinion,
They did add a stipulation that will write in the Village. dette and we’ll get the form out this service. the best option is to take
that all policies should include Some are more expensive ASAP. If a friend or neighbor the non functioning box to
at least $2000 in Loss Assess- than others, but all are open Please, if you don’t cur- is complaining that the Comcast.
ment coverage, which is really for your business. We do not rently have a Homeowners’ number of channels avail- If you have a problem
important should your Associa- endorse anyone in particu- Insurance policy—get one!!! If able in service seems to be in your association come
tion need to assess residents lar—they are just agencies you need some help with the diminished it is because to the office and let’s see if
for a covered loss that has a that some of our residents one you have, let us know and while the installations we can find a solution.
large deductible--like wind. have used and recommended we’ll try to help.
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Weekly visits of your premises
Records of visits and services These are some of the faithful vol- the Village, often in pairs, keeping a
unteers who serve you in the Citizen lookout for any trouble in the mak-
Communication by email or phone
Supervised service calls and deliveries
FREE interior insect spraying Observer Patrol (COP), gathered ing, which they report to the police.
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We have been servicing homeowners in lage. On Jan. 13, after their regular picked up some new members. They
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Meet Your Neighbors
Lizards, our environmental friends
Not many people like bugs
(Continuing Series)
love with you. They also have The cold is very hard on
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most people spray to kill them.
yellowish spots on their backs.
These and the curlytails are
these little creatures and many
freeze when the temperatures
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ated. As the lizards prolifer- ets, ants, grasshoppers and
ated, the bugs on the property beetles and can grow to 11
decreased....even the fire ants. inches. If there are not enough
Let’s take a look at those bugs, they will eat anoles.
little bug crunchers. Indo Pacific Gecko is a
Brown Anoles are natives native of Southeast Asia and
of Cuba and Bahamas. There was imported as commuters on
are two types that look very palm trees. You probably have
much alike except for color. not seen these pale gray/brown
The green ones live in trees and lizards, as they are nocturnal.
the brown on the ground. The One evening, I was out in the
males can grow to about eight yard and spotted one on a leaf
inches and are larger than asleep. I never saw him again.
the female. Males also have a When they fight, they bark or
dewlap or throat flap that they squeak at each other. They are
use to indicate that you are in unisexual and their eggs grow
their territory or they are in and hatch without fertilization.

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Indo Pacific Gecko

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Page 14 THE UCO REPORTER March 2011

Maintenance
Dom Guarnagia

Editor’s Note: Rather than continue his Preventive Maintenance Checklist


discussion this month, Dom Guarnagia felt it was more important to address
the immediate problem of frequent electrical power outages experienced during
this especially cold winter by a number of residents.
SOME ADVICE FOR THOSE EXPERIENCING
ELECTRICAL OUTAGES
A number of us in the Village have experienced electrical power outages
when using the kitchen range, heating the apartment with the heating com-
ponent of our air-conditioning unit, or even, in some cases, when defrosting
a vegetable in the microwave oven or watching TV. There are several ways
to deal with a problem of inadequate electricity and prevent such outages.
Taking a look at the appliances and fixtures that meet our everyday needs,
here are some.
Through-the-wall AC unit with auxiliary heating
mode:
Air-conditioning units are designed for their cooling capacity. Heating is
secondary. When these units were sized and installed 40 years ago, the aver-
age summer temperature was 87 degrees Fahrenheit and the average winter
temperature 72—a range of about 15 degrees. Today’s average temperatures
range between 92 in the summer and 65 in the winter—a 27-degree difference.
The average AC unit is designed to comfortably maintain and produce a
10-degree differential between indoors and outdoors without straining the
unit. However, the heating ability is hard-pressed to accomplish the same
in winter and pushes the envelope. Many less efficient AC units are still in
operation and are straining the power output.

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Maintenance or replacing pleated paper crusts and less soggy food do- unsafe condition. Minimally, will face the prospect of re-
Continued from page 14 filters once every two months ing this.) a licensed/insured electrical placing the entire panel bus
Ceiling Fans: in the winter will result in Dish Washers: contractor should be hired assembly.
The ceiling fans that most more efficient airflow. This, Most dishwashers have a to remove the cover of your There are two routes one
of us use have a small switch combined with the downward DELAY CYCLE button that circuit breaker panel load can follow in doing this. One
located next to the speed airflow from the ceiling fans, can turn your washer on center and tighten the screws is to replace parts using Eaton
control that can reverse the can accomplish more with less from 2 to 8 hours after a full and lugs securing the wiring, Corporation Cutler Hammer
direction of fan blade rota- energy consumption. Prior load has been loaded. Oper- both aluminum and copper. replacement components—
tion. When in the UP posi- to food preparation, warm ating the dishwasher later, The process and cost have with a permit from the Coun-
tion in summer, the cooler the apartment sufficiently, when other appliances are been described in past arti- ty—if they will allow this. The
(heavier) air is lifted and and turn off the AC unit, but out of use, will reduce out- cles. Aluminum wiring tends other, more costly method is to
through aspiration and light continue to operate the fans— ages, since both the washer to shrink and loosen, caus- replace the entire load center,
evaporation cools the skin. thus removing a large user and the water heater will ing
current to jump across which involves removing the
Conversely, with the switch from your available electric then have ample power. the created gaps and produce surrounding drywall to access
in the DOWN position, mov- current. Tankless Water arcing. Arcing causes heat the EMT (Electric Metal Tub-
ing the warmer (lighter) air Countertop Heaters: and heat causes fire. ing) through which the wiring
downward will produce a microwave ovens These are excellent en- Unfortunately, to add to is distributed.
warming effect with a reduc- vs. broiler ovens: ergy conservation devices, the bad news, your circuit Many residents have some-
tion in energy used. If you Your microwave oven is BUT . . . . With the insuf- breakers in some cases may thing covering the unsightly
designed to quickly heat and
have not utilized this option, ficient electrical amperage not safeguard you from this. electrical panel, such as a
change the blade direction defrost food with up to 1200 prevalent in the Village, This is because some of us are picture. Occasionally, remove
with the switch, place the watts of electricity. Whenever although not illegal, they living with defective breakers. that item and place your palm
possible, use the countertop
fan on the slowest speed, and are prohibited by the County The Federal Pacific Electric on the door of the panel, as well
feel the difference. broiler oven, which uses less Building Department. This is Corporation, which manufac- as the wall adjacent and above
energy than the microwave because, when properly sized tured the Stab-Lok Breaker it. If you detect abnormal heat,
Combined AC
units for heating oven—for example, to warm to provide sufficient hot water Panel and circuit breakers warmer than the surrounding
AND fan action: the contents of the “doggie at 115 degrees—an important was the subject of a Class Ac- area, try tripping the breakers
Washing permanent filters bag.” (You’ll also get crisper consideration when buying a tion Lawsuit in 2002, some 30 manually. If one or more fail
tankless—they require half years after their installation to move to the OFF position,
the available electricity and here in Century Village. Plac- get help turning off the power
ing UL labels on untested, and to your unit in the building
BESS FOOT & ANKLE CENTER will certainly cause power
outages for the unit and, in in many cases defective, circuit mechanical room and call a
breakers—incapable of “trip- qualified electrician.
Dr. Michael S. Bess some cases, total blackouts to
the entire building. ping” when overloaded—was Try following the above
the reason for the suit, which suggestions to BOTH prevent
Podiatric Physican & Surgeon Circuit Breaker
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Happy 100th Birthday to Shirley Weiss!


Shirley Weiss who turned Shirley has served as All brunches, pot luck but has made use of the CV
100 on January 25, is an treasurer building for 37 dinners, and parties at the bus system. She still does
original resident of Chatham years and recently retired. Condo have been planned her own shopping, cooking,
S Condo in Century Village. The assistant treasurer was by Shirley. Unofficially, she and lives independently.
She came here from her amazed and impressed with is the historian, since she Here’s how other resi-
chicken and egg farm in New her ability and training as a knows everyone who has dents describe her: Shirley
Jersey, shortly after her hus- treasurer. She is responsible lived here since Century Vil- is “a wonder, independent,
band died. The residents of and efficient and was the lage was built. When people admirable, incredible, amaz-
the condo became her family first to use our FAX machine move away, she keeps in ing, strong, always cheerful
and she considers them her to send information to resi- contact by phone and mail. and ready with a giggle. She
brothers and sisters. dents up north. She has never owned a car is a lovely person on the in-
Our Shirley
side as well as the outside
 and has a lovely smile. She
ESTERMA EYE ISTITUTE is always beautifully dressed
Bradley J. Esterman, M.D. and groomed.
“Part of her longevity is
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at Zuccarelli’s Restaurant.

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Keep items you use
daily within reach.
Wipe up spills imme-
CERT:
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Use a sturdy step stool
(Never stand on a chair,
WILLS, TRUSTS,
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even if you can lift your
ESTATE PLANNING, PROBATE,
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need something from a
high shelf.
I know some residents GEORGIANA F. DAMBRA
The January CERT to get in and out. are thinking, “I’m in good
meeting focused on Pre- Make sure your bed shape/active — I don’t KAREN LEVIN ALEXANDER
venting Slips and Falls clothes, pj’s, bathrobe are need to take these pre-
in Your Home. Here are not too long (dragging on cautions. When I get ‘old’
Attorneys at Law
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ALEXANDER & DAMBRA
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Two thirds of those who beside the toilet. bers WEST PALM BEACH, FL 33417
fall will fall again in six Use a non-skid rubber No Experience Neces-
months. mat (or appliques) in sary! We Will Train! LOCATED IN THE
At least one-third of all your shower or tub floor. Join us at CERT Meet-
falls involve environmen- Install a raised toilet ings in the Clubhouse Art
BANK ATLANTIC BUILDING
tal hazards in the home. seat if needed. Room the third Monday 1/4 MILE EAST OF THE TURNPIKE
F a i l u r e t o e x e rci s e Kitchen:
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regularly results in poor
muscle tone, decreased
strength and contributes
to falls.
Age related vision dis-
eases can increase the
risk of falling.
Some medications re-
duce mental alertness
and can cause balance
and gait problems.
CHECK YOUR HOME
FOR HAZARDS
Living Room and Din-
ing Room:
The most common rea- Dr. Malli Kamireddy – Cardiologist
son for falls is tripping
over objects on the floor.
Arrange furniture so Dr. Kamireddy is Board Certified in Cardiovascular Disease
that you can easily move and Internal Medicine and has practiced in Palm Beach
around it. County for more than 25 years.
Keep electrical and
telephone cords out of
the way. DR. KAMIREDDY SPECIALIZES IN:
Make sure chairs and
couches are easy to get
• General Cardiology
in and out of. • Heart Disease
Bedroom:
Make sure your tele- • Stress Tests
phone is within reach of
your bed.
Turn on a nightlight.
Adjust the height of
your bed to make it easy Walk-ins welcome or call for appointment • M–F 8am-5pm • Se habla español

561-697-3131
LOCATED INSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
110 Century Blvd • 2nd Floor
Willis Haviland Car-
rier developed the first Free shuttle transportation to Century Medical Care Center and also to
residential air condi- Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Diagnostic Center
tioner for private home
use in 1928. It was called
the “Weathermaker.” Hospital Affiliations: Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
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Quality Medical Care – Close to You


OUR PHYSICIANS SPECIALIZE IN: ON-SITE SERVICES INCLUDE:
Cardiology Neurology Echocardiogram
Dermatology Ophthalmology EKG
Endovascular Therapy Orthopaedics Laboratory
General Surgery Podiatry Lower Extremity and Carotid Non-Invasive
Gynecology Vascular Medicine Vascular Studies
Nuclear Stress Testing
Internal Medicine/Geriatrics Wound Care
Nutritional Counseling
Physical/Occupational/Speech Rehab
Varicose Veins
Wound Care

Walk-ins welcome or call for appointment • M–F 8am-5pm • Accepting new patients • Se habla español

561-697-3131
LOCATED INSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
110 Century Blvd • 2nd Floor
Free shuttle transportation to Century Medical Care Center and also to
Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Diagnostic Center

Dr. Henry Katz Vivian Carta-Sanchez Dr. Malli Kamireddy Dr. Suresh Kacham Dr. Jeffrey Rubin Dr. Sandra Sanchez Dr. Natalie Sohn
Internal Medicine Nurse Practitioner Cardiologist Vascular Medicine Neurologist General Surgeon Gynecologist

Hospital Affiliations: Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
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Primary Care Services in Century Village

Henry A. Katz, MD Vivian Carta-Sanchez, ARNP


Specializes in Internal Medicine Specializes in Geriatric Care
Se habla español

Walk-ins welcome or call for appointment • M–F 8am-5pm • Accepting new patients

561-697-3131
LOCATED INSIDE CENTURY VILLAGE
110 Century Blvd • 2nd Floor
Free shuttle transportation within Century Village and also to
Good Samaritan Medical Center’s Diagnostic Center

Hospital Affiliations: Good Samaritan Medical Center, St. Mary’s Medical Center, Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center
Page 20 THE UCO REPORTER March 2011
Biographies of Candidates for Executive Board — March 4 UCO Election
Suzie Byrnes Domenic R. Guarnagia Jackie Karlan
I lived in New York Education: Education:
State for 65 years and am - B.S. Ed. Boston State - Hunter College, B.A.
a high school graduate. I College; M. Ed. Boston Degree
have been coming to this State College - College of New Ro-
Century Village since the - M.S., Urban Planning chelle, Masters Degree
early 70’s. My parents / Environmental Stud- Employment:
lived here for 30 years. ies University of Mass.; - Nyack Public Schools,
When I resided in New Building Nyack, NY – Teacher/
York, I worked for the Putnam County Sheriff’s Technology Language Arts Specialist.
Dept. as a dispatcher and Corrections Officer and - Northeastern Univ.; ‘Interpreting the Mass. UCO/CV Experience:
was with the Brewster Fire Dept. for 22 years. Building Code’ Massasoit Comm. - UCO Executive Board
Since I have established residence here, I have College - Chairperson – C.E.R.T./Community Response
become: - Licensed Builder – City of Boston, Mass. Team
1. Secretary of my Association Builders Construction Supervisors - Completed two FEMA/Homeland Security Na-
2. Secretary of the Computer Club License (Unrestricted) tional Incident Command Management Courses.
Employment: - UCO Community Relations Committee
3. A member of C.E.R.T. - High School Teacher Mech. / Architectural - UCO Delegate – Salisbury F Condo Association
4. A member of the Usher Corps in the Club- Drawing - Vice President – Wellington L Condo Associa-
house - President, Realty Engineering and Design tion
5. A member of C.O.P.’s and the Honor Guard Group, Inc., Light Commercial, Medical and - President – Salisbury F Condo Association
6. A volunteer with the Sheriff’s Dept. Special Residential - Treasurer – Salisbury F Condo Association
- Trethewey Bros. P/H Contractors (PBS TV’s - Secretary – Salisbury F Condo Association
Events
This Old House P/H Contractor) Kitchen/Bath Other Community Service:
I would like the opportunity to serve on the Ex-
Designer, Estimator and Construction Supervisor. - President – Scarsdale Ridge Condo Association,
ecutive Board so I can make this Village the best
Architect, Scarsdale, NY
for the residents. I am reliable, dependable, and
- City of Boston Dept. of Neighborhood Housing - Vice President – Study Groups, Brandeis Uni-
honest and am very interested in this Community
Development – Architect - Design, Construction versity Wellworth Florida Chapter
because this is my home now.
and Open Space Unit – Design / Construction / My parents spent 25 wonderful years in the Vil-
Supervision of Energy Star Affordable lage. My many visits with them made me realize
Sandy Cohen Housing and neighborhood parks and gardens that I wanted to live here and make a difference
Employment:
UCO/CV Experience: in the community.
-IRS Tax Examiner (8
- UCO Executive Board Member (2010)
years)
- UCO Maintenance Committee Chair (2010)
-Entrepreneur with
- UCO Infrastructure/Irrigation Committee
husband, supervising
member (2008-present)
businesses’ back office
- UCO Insurance Committee and Sub Commit- Gerald Karpf
operations
tee member (2010) Education:
-Insurance and Invest-
- Wellington Condo Federation Treasurer - Dewitt Clinton H.S.,
ment sales for a large
(2006 – PresentWellington D Condo Association Bronx, NY
multinational company (19 years)
(2005-present) - Bronx Community
UCO/CV Experience: College – AS – Chemical
-Chairperson of the Beautification Committee Technologies, Business
(4 years) Administration
-Board member of the Committee to Save the - IBM School – PS 2
Golf Course (5 years) Myron Silverman computer Systems, DOS Operating System.
-Member of the Executive Board (5 years) Education: Employment:
-Member of C.E.R.T. committee (3 years) - Graduated Utica Free - Dennison Mfg. Co. – Industrial Division –
Other Community Service: Academy High School Worked with manufacturers to identify and solve
-Member of the Board of Trustees Temple Anshei - Utica College of Syra- problems in their production lines
Shalom (7 years) cuse University – 1 year - Weber Marking Systems – Bar code systems –
-Volunteer at Morse Geriatric Home (7 years) Employment: Sold and worked on developing bar code systems
- U.S. Army – Infantry to track and control production lines.
Lanny Howe - Acme Letterpress and UCO/CV Experience:
Lived in suburbs SW Offset Printing Co. Inc. – - UCO Vice President
of Boston, MA till moving President and CFO - UCO Finance Committee
to Florida in 1993. Five UCO/CV Experience: - UCO Executive Board
children, all grown with - UCO Executive Board - Chairman of Maintenance Committee – Devel-
children of their own. - UCO Co-chair for Newcomers Meeting oped Committee into an educational and problem
Education: - UCO Transponder Committee solving Committee to help all Association learn
- Attended Swarth- - UCO Reporter – Layout specialist how to handle all their maintenance problems,
more College - UCO delegate from Golf’s Edge and to assist in finding contractors to do the work
Employment: - Golf’s Edge – President that would correct any damage to their Associa-
- American Auto Assn: Domestic auto travel - Golf’s Edge – Treasurer tions. Started the cut-off water valve program for
consultant; Newton branch office mgr.; Boston - Merry Minstrels Associations in the Village.
District Office mgr. Other Community Service: - UCO Insurance Committee
- Quarterly 28-page publication: Writing, - MORIAH Lodge 958, F & AM Masons of Utica, - Vice President of Windsor O
editing, layout and all phases of work. NY – Treasurer - President of Windsor O
- Various printing establishments: Machine - Temple Beth El, Utica, NY – Board of Trustees - President of Windsor Umbrella Group
operator; proofreading/editing for graphics arts - Cong. Anshei Sholom, CV – Board of Trustees Community Service:
departments. - B’nai B’rith, CV I serviced on Board of Directors for 12 years in
UCO/CV Experience: a Co-op in Queens, NY and held the positions of
- UCO Reporter – Writing, proofreading/ President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Resale
editing, and some layout. chairman. This Co-op was more than a $1 million
- UCO Executive Board dollar corporation during the 12 years I served.
- UCO Maintenance Committee
- UCO Reporter Editorial Board. Continued on next page
- President of Sheffield N Condo board
March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 21
Biographies of Candidates for Executive Board — March 4 UCO Election
Syd Kronish Phil Shapkin Honey Sager
Education: Education: EDUCATION: Bachelor
- B.S., M.A. in Jour- - Public schools –NYC, of Science-Counseling/
nalism, New York Uni- NY Business, State
versity, extra studies in - Peekskill Military University of New York
English towards PhD. Academy CV EXPERIENCE:
Employment: - Cornell University Currently member of
- Captain, U.S. Air - Brooklyn College UCO Executive Board.
Force, 25 combat mis- - Wagner College Vice President Somerset
sions in B-25, Assistant - R.C.A. Institute (T-3) F for 6 years, Vice President of Pro-Active
Squadron leader, 8th Air Force Military: Committee to Save Our Golf Course. Member
- Associated Press, NY – Award winning feature - WW II—USN-Served Pacific theater of Board of Directors of Ladies Turtle Bay Golf
writer, editor, columnist, covering sports and en- Employment: Course
tertainment field - Divers Unlimited – Owner/Partner – NY area, EMPLOYMENT: Sales/Marketing Manager for
- WCKT-TV, NBC affiliate, Miami, Fl – P.R. and repair, salvage and demolition. various major publishing companies.
promotion director, wrote and delivered weekly - Absolute Demolition—Land and marine Designed, developed, staffed and maintained
editorials on air - B.P. Inspection Services—Inspection Services to support services operation for national sales
- Write weekly stamp column appearing in many the trade. Targeting hazardous conditions/materials. forces. Meeting Planner: involved site selections
newspapers nationwide Asbestos and chemicals and the removal of same— and contract negotiations. Coordinated author
UCO/CV Experience: hold Federal license. tours and autographing sessions. Previously,
- UCO Reporter – Editor-in-Chief (Acting) - NHC Building Department—Consultant in the Office Manager: managed general office with 14
- UCO Executive Board field of demolition staff support departments, negotiated contracts,
- CV Ushers Corps - Retired—Demolition engineer. purchased supplies, equipment and outside
Other Community Service: UCO/CV Experience: services.
- Member of several clubs and organizations. - UCO Vice President OTHER COMMUNITY SERVICE; Member of
- UCO—Executive Board Board of Directors of Co-op Board in Tarrytown,
- UCO—Chairman - Roads and Bridges Committee NY 4 years, Member of Board of Directors
- UCO—Chairman – Lifts Committee and Actress in various Community Theatre
- UCO—Chairman – Lighting Committee Groups, Reader in Open Book Literacy Program,
Theodore “Ted” Silverman - UCO—Co-chairman – Infrastructure Committee Recreational Counselor in Elementary After
Education: - UCO—Security Committee School Program, Volunteer Administrator for
- Oswego State Teach- - UCO—Founder C.O.P. unit in CV (Unit #43)— Communications Network, Discussion Group
er’s College Commander Leader in Adult Community Organizations
- Brooklyn College--- - UCO—Ombudsman
Degree in Public Speak- - UCO—Operations Committee
ing Community Service:
Employment: - Founder/Co-chair – AC/AC (Aroused Citizens
- NY City Council— Action Committee) Howie Silver
Chairperson, Civil Service and Labor - Candidate – 84th Assembly seat in NY My father was an origi-
- Ranking Member on Finance from Brooklyn - D.E.C in Palm Beach County nal owner in Windsor
- Snapple Beverages—Distributor - Jewish War Veterans (Post #520)—Past Com- when Century Village,
UCO/CV Experience: mander WPB first opened. My
- UCO Executive Board - War Museum in Washington D.C. – Life member wife Catherine and I have
- UCO Community Relation Committee—Chair- - Americanism—Past Chairman lived in Stratford since
man, Co-ordinate with UCO officers distribution of - Action Committee of Treasure Coast Council/ 1996.
goods and services during natural disasters, hur- Jewish War Veterans—Past Chairman Education:
ricanes, storms. Prepare and host annual Century - Jewish War Veterans of the United States—Na- - High School-NYC, NY
Village Centenarians Dessert Buffet tional Deputy “Security Chairman”. - Reidsville Community College—Computer
- Camden P Association—Treasurer, Delegate - Palm Beach County Commission (District #2)— Operations Class
- Camden Condominium Association--President Appointed Representative to the E.M.S. Council Military:
(Emergency Medical Services) - U.S. Navy, Korean War
- Department of Public Safety—Appointed member Employment:
- Consumer Affairs Board—Appointed member - Union Meat Manager and Butcher
- Consumer Affairs Hearing Board—Co-chairman UCO/CV Experience:
- The Pro Active Committee for Century Village— - UCO—Vice President
Isabelle Scherel President. - UCO—Executive Board
I’m a Bronx girl, born National Awards: - UCO—Channel 63 TV pages—Founder and
and bred. Married to hus- - Recipient of the Presidential Gold Medal for Original Designer
band Jerry, with 2 sons Volunteer Service Award - Computer Club—Co-Designer of CV Computer
and 1 daughter. Club Web-site
Education: Ken Davis - Co-Founder of CV Computer Club
- High school graduate - Vice President of CV Computer Club
- College – 1 year Employment: - CV Computer Club—Board of Directors
Work experience: - Served in USN dur- - Italian-American Culture Club—Executive
- Bronx public schools – Paraprofessional and ing WW2 Board
fund raiser for schools. - Manager of two ma- - Italian-American Culture Club—Vice President
UCO/CV experience: jor retailers-specializing - Stratford Umbrella Organization—Vice Presi-
- UCO Executive Board in inventory control. dent
- UCO volunteer – Sell gate passes - Stratford K Association—President
- UCO volunteer – Co-chair of Bingo game Other Community Service:
- UCO Chairperson of the Election committee UCO/CV Experience: - North County Senior Center—Volunteer Com-
- UCO Nominating Committee - Prior VP of UCO puter Instructor
- Assistant Coordinator for the Ushers Corps - Prior Office Manager of UCO - Computer Instructor for PC RAMS Computer
- President of Northampton P - Executive Board UCO (14 years) Club – West Palm Beach
- Secretary of Northampton P - Investigation Department ( 5 years) Director of Disaster Ham Radio Communica-
I was appointed by President Israel to the Execu- - Co-founder of Computer Club tions for
tive Board and would like to continue as a member - Chairperson of Channel 63.
for this year. - Association Board (13 years) Continued on page 22
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Biographies of Candidates for
Executive Board — March 4 UCO Election Free
Continued from page 21
Dot Loewenstein
Saturdays
Michael Rayber Education: at Norton
- Irvington, NJ High School
A Brooklyn boy raised on Long
Island, now a third generation resi- - Upsala College, East Orange, NJ Museum
Employment: The Norton Museum of
dent of Century Village. Art is pleased to announce
Education: - Public library
- Various accounting firms – Sta- that FREE Saturdays will
- Community college graduate on now include admission to
Long Island – studied business and tistical typist and bookkeeper
- International square dance caller special exhibitions. Previ-
business law ously, the Museum’s FREE
Employment: UCO/CV Experience:
- UCO Executive Board Saturday program granted
- Sam Ash Music stores – General entrance to the Norton Col-
manager of chain, responsible for developing all new locations - Advisory and Transportation Committees
- Clubhouse library – trained volunteers, created “return lection only and excluded
- Bressler’s Ice Cream – Developed and owned shop in special exhibitions. West
Palm Beach Mall or replace” policy
- Delegate for Hastings A Palm Beach residents will
- AMR – Area field operations supervisor for ambulance now receive FREE admis-
service in Century Village Other Community Services:
- Condo News – columnist, interviewing residents, sub- sion to the entire Museum
UCO/CV Experience: EVERY Saturday, your Cen-
- UCO Executive Board mitting photos of summer events, acknowledging birthdays
and special anniversaries and LISTENING to unit owners tury Village ID will identify
- Co-chair of Health and Safety Committee – I am consid- you as West Palm Beach
ered an expert on your health issues. and their complaints, praises, opinions. We have found that
many people do not need us to offer a solution – they just want resident. Museum Hours
- UCO Reporter – Columnist on health issues Saturday - 10:00 a.m. - 5:00
- Co-President of Wellington K someone to listen to them. When they are told to put their
comments in writing their reply is “Why bother? No one pays p.m.
I consider myself semi-retired and spend my time traveling Museum Address: Nor-
the world. I have seen all the wonders of the world. When any attention.” They all know that I pay attention. Helping
them will be easier when I am elected to the Executive Board. ton Museum of Art 1451 S.
not traveling, I spend my time scuba diving.
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Continued on page 23 Beach, FL 33401 Phone:
561.832.5196

Outpatient iSpeak
When some of us moved
Rehabilitation Service t o C e n t u r y Vi l l a g e w e
thought we knew enough

inside words in the English lan-


guage to last us for the rest
of our lives. Oy, were we

Century Village mistaken!


For example, take the
phrase “’like two peas in a
pod”. Are we talking twins?
So when someone says “I
pod..” Do they mean one
twin? And then again are
there we and they pods?
Conditions that may benefit To continue: If there is
Physical, Occupational, Speech, from therapy include: E-mail is there He or She
and Dysphagia Therapy mail?
Now let us examine the
• Back, Hip, Knee, Neck Pain relationship of reading by
One on One Care • Balance Issues Kindlelight and Abraham
Lincoln:
• Neurologic Conditions In order for young Hon-
Free shuttle transportation est Abe to read by the light
• Orthopedic Conditions of the fireplace he needed
within Century Village kindling to start the fire.
• Sports Injuries
Thus, was he the first to
• Swallowing Disorders read by kindlelight?
Medicare and most major Now where does one go
insurances accepted • And other conditions to buy all this modern or
modem equipment?
You could go to the Apple
store but don’t expect to buy
For more information call Located on the 2nd Floor of the bananas and pears there
as well.
561-697-2521 Century Medical Plaza
110 Century Boulevard
And Ben and Jerrys is
not the place to get Micro-
fAx 561-684-1919 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 soft in any flavor. Also don’t
expect a farmer to answer
your letter to Dell.
To conclude: Wi Fi? Why
not?
goodsamaritanmc.com And you can do it at the
Clubhouse for free!
─ Irving J. Levine
March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 23
Biographies of Candidates for thwart this trend. Health in-
Vice President surance companies now have
to spend at least 80 percent
March 4 UCO Election of our premium dollars on
Continued from page 22
actual medical care instead
Phyllis Richland of bureaucracy, profits, and
PEOPLE OVER POLITICS marketing. Insurers that fail
I have long been involved in UCO to meet this standard must
and Century Village with the folks provide their customers with
here uppermost on my “To Do List”. rebates in 2012. After all, no
Most of you know who I am and what one pays insurance premiums
I have done in the past. For those Recently, the new Republi- seniors in my congressional to have claims denied. We pay
that are new to our paradise, I am can-led House of Representa- district who face astronomi- premiums in exchange for
one of: - tives voted to repeal health cal prescription drug bills care when we need it. Slowing
- Original C.E.R.T. organizers. care reform in its entirety. every year, reform is finally rate hikes will stimulate our
- Chaired the Lift Committee, of which I still advise. While there are certainly phasing out the Medicare economy by freeing up capital
- Past Vice President for three Administrations. ways to improve this his- donut hole. for businesses to expand and
- Now servicing out President Israel’s term as interim Vice toric law, a complete repeal Florida hosts our nation’s consumers to boost their own
President. is impractical when reform second largest population of spending.
I am running on my record. I am a tested leader and my is already making a huge dif- uninsured Americans, a crisis Most people agree that
integrity counts. If I win, you win. I would appreciate your ference in the lives of so many that takes a toll even on those access to affordable health
consideration. people. of us who are covered. Each insurance is a matter of eco-
Thank you. In Florida, Blue Cross Blue year, we face new premium nomic security. Talking with
Shield just reported a 5 per- hikes from health insurance my constituents, it is clear
Robert S. (Bob) Marshall cent increase in policies pur- companies. As rising premi- that growing our economy
Century Village chased by small businesses. ums force employers to cut and creating new jobs is their
Vice President, UCO 2008-Present This indicates that small benefits or lay off workers, number one priority. Con-
President Emeritus UCO 2006- businesses, our economy’s the number of uninsured Flo- gress should not waste time
2008 driving force, are using the ridians has grown. In 2000, repealing legislation that
President UCO 2004-2006 new law’s tax breaks to better 17 percent of Floridians lack is working; it should focus
President of Coventry C Associa- afford coverage for their em- coverage. Today, that number on legislation that will get
tion. ployees. Families are breath- is over 22 percent. The cost America working.
Vice President Coventry A. ing easier because insurance of caring for 4.1 million un- In the days ahead, I will
Florida companies are now forbidden insured Floridians is passed keep you updated on my ef-
Volunteer in Sheriffs office in the Seniors vs Crime dept. from denying coverage to chil- on to those with insurance in forts to shift the conversation
Capital Budget Committee for Town of Bourne Massachu- dren with preexisting condi- the form of higher premiums. in Washington to encouraging
setts tions or kicking young adults A hallmark provision of growth and creating new jobs.
Participated in budget planning for all Town Departments. off their parents’ plans before the Affordable Care Act tak- It is an honor to serve you in
Finance Committee Town of Bourne they turn 26. For the 20,000 ing effect this year aims to Congress.
A member of this committee for approximately 10 years,
the last 5 as chair. Planned approximately $30 million budget
for presentation at town meeting.
Town Assessor, Town of Stow, MA.
Responsible for the accurate valuation of all property and EC13003025
the issuance of all property tax bills. Elected position.
Bob’s Home Services:
A business I formed and developed and operated after tak- • Appliances • Electrical Contractor • Air Conditioning / Portable
ing an early retirement from Digital. & Window • Full Service Remodels • Electrical Design Installation and Service
DIGITAL EQUIPMENT CORPORATION • Indoor Light Fixture Installation • Landscape Lighting • Recess Lighting
Manager of an Engineering group for Image and Informa- • Security Lighting • Additional Outlets and Switches • Pool Equipment Wiring
tion responsibilities. Brought department from a paper and • Outdoor Lighting & Surge Suppression • Electrical Panel Upgrades • Ceiling Fan Installations
microfilm medium to online availability. Responsible for
budgets both Capital and Operating expenses in excess of 5 Serving Palm Beach County Since 2001
million dollars. Resident For Over 30 Years

561-575-2653
AETNA LIFE AND CASUALTY
Manager of their Records and Micrographic Department.
Duties included managing a budget of 2-3 million dollars
and the activities of over one hundred employees.
Education: Western Illinois University

DAD’S DOOR & WINDOW, INC.


“Dad Gets It Done!”
• Patio Enclosures • Hurricane Shutters • Windows
• Sliding Glass Doors • Front Entry Doors
• Shower Doors/Tub Enclosures
Matt Mynahan
U-19958 U-20177 Tel: 561-333-1036
Page 24 THE UCO REPORTER March 2011

Congregation
Anshei Sholom
A Conservative Congregation
Join the Friendliest Synagogue in Florida
5348 Grove Street
West Palm Beach Florida
Telephone 561-684-3212
Rabbi Dr Michael Korman
President Sandy Grussgott
Schedule of Services
Sunday-Friday morning
Minyan 8:30AM
Shabbat Services 8:45 AM
Sunday-Saturday Evenings 5;00 PM
Friday Evening Services 8:00PM

Purim Services
Future Events Saturday March 19, 2011 6:45 PM
Open to Everyone

Anshei Sholom Men’s Club


Sunday, March 13 2011 9:30 am
Breakfast & Guest speaker
All Food is Kosher
Guest speaker, Bernd Wollschlaeger
Anshei Sholom Sisterhood
Presents
M.D. and Author

A German life
A highly-decorated WW 11 German tank
ROCKIN
PURIM
commander
A young man seeking the truth and his spiritual
orientation
The relationship of a father and son entwined
in German -Jewish history The Gantseh Magillah
Religious conversion to Judaism, exile and the A Musical Play
dissolution of a family
You do not want to miss this very interesting and
Saturday, March 19, 2011 6:45 PM
inspiring guest speaker Donation
Donation $8.00 early reservation $10.00 at the door Member $10.00
For more information call Sol Beck 561 684 5944
Non Members $12.00
For tickets go to
Synagogue office
Mon thru Friday 8:30AM to 5:00 PM
Refreshments to follow

Benefit Concert
Anshei Sholom Men’s Club Sunday April 3rd 2011
Featuring
Wednesday, March 23 2011 1:30 pm
Mets vs. Cardinals Cantor Irwin Bell
Roger Dean Stadium, Jupiter Fl. And the Palm Beach Jewish Chorus
Brunch at Synagogue 10:30 am Champaign reception after performance
All Food is Kosher Tickets Preferential seating $25.00
Tickets $36 each. For more information
Call Sol Beck 516 816 9050 General admission $18.00
Joe Cohen 561 684 5944 For more in formation please call
Or call Synagogue office 561 689 4417 Nikki Feldman 561-689-1735
March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 25
Okeechobee Branch Library
byChuck Waugh   
 Janeites rejoice! This month’s book discussion on March 16 Support Your
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will highlight Jane Austen’s “Mansfield Park.” Additionally,
the Monday Movies in March will feature four Jane Austen
titles. Can you guess which ones? Stop by the library and
celebrate Jane Austen today!
The Okeechobee Boulevard Branch Library is located
next to Dunkin’ Donuts. The hours are: Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Thursday,
Friday and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All Village
residents, including seasonal residents, are eligible for a free
library card with proper I.D. Visit the library today!

March Programs
Fridays and Saturdays, 10:00 a.m. AARP/IRS Tax Help
Tue, Mar.1, 8, 22, and 29, 6:00 p.m. English Exchange
Mon, Mar. 7, 2:00 p.m. Movie
Tue, Mar. 8, 3:00 p.m. Intro Internet
Wed, Mar. 9, 10:30 a.m. Intermediate Excel
Thu, Mar.10, 8:30 a.m. Browser Basics
Mon, Mar. 14, 2:00 p.m. Movie
Mon, Mar. 14, 6:00 p.m. Creole Computer Class
Tue, Mar. 15, 5:30 p.m. Writers’ Workshop
Wed, Mar. 16, 2:00 p.m. Book Discussion
Mon, Mar. 21, 2:00 p.m. Movie
Thu, Mar. 24, 3:00 p.m. Intermediate Access
Mon, Mar. 28, 8:30 a.m. Mousing Around
Mon, Mar. 28, 2:00 p.m. Movie
Mon, Mar. 28, 6:00 p.m. Creole Computer Class
Tue, Mar. 29, 6:00 p.m. Internet Tips & Tricks                   
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deals specifically with the man’s Hermits” starring Pe- second performance. By now sounds. Take the journey of the season.
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Sharp Shooting Back Pain The Reader’s


Emerging Treatment Corner
movements against the
Lenore Velcoff
Pinched nerves nerves. Spinal experts be-
Back pain that goes spine performed under the lieve that nutrients, oxy-
shooting down one or both guidance of a licensed phy- gen, and fluids are drawn
legs is a telltale sign that sician. These movements into the disc to create a
your spinal nerve is getting cause a negative pressure revitalized environment I like to read Anna you ever so calmly into her
pinched between two pieces between the bones of the conductive to healing. Quindlen’s books and Ev- story. This was a normal
of bone. The pain can be so spine alleviating the pres- Experts surmise that ery Last One is no excep- family, but like others, they
bad that it makes walking sure on the nerve. Non Surgical Spinal De- tion. She tells the story of had their highs and lows.
impossible. Left untreated, Non Surgical Spinal De- compression stimulates the a family – mother, father There were a few other
it can have a myriad of side compression (NSSD) also body’s repair mechanism, and three teen-age chil- non-family characters that
effects like muscle atrophy. referred to as Spinal De- providing the building dren – the Lathams. You figured prominently in the
Traditional treatment compression, is effective blocks to mend injured and come to know them all – the story as well as a host of
for this sort of problem is a in treating back pain, neck degenerated discs. NSSD husband, Glen, the twin minor characters. Through
surgical procedure known pain and sciatica caused enables the body to get to boys in middle school and the author’s eye for detail,
as a laminectomy. However, by bulging, herniated and work and heal itself! Now the daughter, Ruby, in high we get to know a wide circle
it has a lower than aver- degenerated discs or facet there truly is hope for last- school. But especially you of people. The book was ap-
age success rate, carries syndrome. Even post-surgi- ing relief without drugs, become involved in Mary pealing because the family
the risk of complications cal patients and those suf- injections or surgery! Beth, the mother ’s, life. was so ordinary and the
and requires a great deal fering from certain types of It is non invasive and She becomes your friend tragedy was so extraordi-
of recovery time. Thank- stenosis (a narrowing of the its application has been and the book is told through nary. You feel as though
fully, there is new hope for spinal canal) have reported successful for many spinal her voice. you have been hit over the
patients suffering from this significant pain from NSSD conditions. Patients feel In the first half of the head with a rock when you
condition called non-surgi- treatments. better almost immediately, book you are lulled into a reach the climatic violent
cal spinal decompression Non Surgical Spinal and many have reported a sense of security but if you event.
which promises to provide Decompression, not to be complete cessation of pain have read Quindlen before This is a bittersweet
a much easier alternative. confused with linear trac- after a few sessions. you know that is a false novel about the power and
Non Surgical Spinal tion, slowly lengthens and Summary sense as the blurb on the resilience of the human
Decompression (NSSD) decompresses the spine, There are several new jacket tells of a “horrifying spirit. I felt that the emo-
For those who are averse creating negative pressures and exciting developments act of violence” coming up. tions of all the characters
to even the smallest intru- within the discs. This re- in the field of back pain As you read this book there rang true. I found it a
sive treatment, there is versal of pressure creates treatment. Spinal Decom- is a feeling of dread that rewarding read. The story
another alternative avail- an intradiscal vacuum that pression is one of the latest this is all going to come is beautifully written, with-
able that has helped a large helps to reposition bulging techniques that demon- crashing down, with no real out a single wasted word in
number of people – spinal discs and pull extruded disc strate the level of innova- hint of how or how bad. it., despite the tragic sub-
decompression. It con- material back into place, tion and options available Anna Quindlen is an ex- ject matter. BUT, get your
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pornography.
  “As predators adapt to
new technology, our laws
must keep up,” said Rep-
resentative Pafford. “This
common-sense bill provides
one more way to capture and
punish those who prey on
our children.”
  Representative Pafford
is working in conjunction
with the Palm Beach Coun-
REPRESENTATIVE MARK PAFFORD WILL BE FIGHT-
ty State Attorney Michael
ING FOR VETERANS RIGHTS, DOMESTIC PARTNER-
McAuliffe. The senate spon-
SHIPS RIGHTS, AND TOUGHER LAWS ON CHILD
sor is Senator Lizbeth Bena-
PORNOGRAPHY THIS LEGISLATIVE SESSION
cquisto (R-Wellington).
House Bill 171; Veteran’s individuals who intention- Provided by State 
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affected by Operation New phy. Current Florida law Mark S. Pafford, 
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serve and protect our coun-
try, the right thing to do is
to ensure their eligibility for
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their families deserve,” said
Representative Pafford.
 The Senate version of the
bill, SB 430, is sponsored by
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House Bill 337; Do-
mestic Partnerships, will
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living in domestic partner-
ships to have the same
rights as married couples.
Florida currently ranks
8th in the nation, with 5.5
million people living in com-
munities that recognize do-
mestic partnerships, either
through registries or public
employer’s benefits. More
than half of Fortune 500
companies and a majority of
Florida’s universities offer
domestic partner benefits
in order to attract and re-
tain the best and brightest
employees, and to make
Florida a friendlier place.
  “At a time when many
Florida families are fac-
ing difficult financial chal-
lenges, this bill will provide
valuable protections, as
well as responsibilities,
to unmarried couples and
will help more Floridians
to take care of their loved
ones,” said Representative
Pafford.
 The Senate version of the
bill, SB 348, is sponsored
by Senator Eleanor Sobel
(D-Hollywood).
  House Bill 595; Sexual
Performance by a Child,
will create penalties for
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ELECTRICAL SAFETY CHECK

$15
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24 HOUR

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of Your Building WATER DAMAGE RESCUE SQUAD
Water PER APARTMENT
Heater Burst?&
PREVENT FLOOD DAMAGE ELECTRICAL
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I will drive you anywhere within 50 miles


of Century Village in my personal car
The Century Village Community Emergency Response Team participated (Cadillac sedan) for a nominal fee.
in the 20th Annual Susan G. Komen South Florida Race for the Cure
on Sunday, Jan. 29. Pictured below left to right: Lori Torres, Phyllis In most cases, I would like some notice.
Pomerentz, Jackie Karlan, Dorothy Breier, Phyllis Frishberg, Cheryl 24/7, door to door.
Sanders. Not pictured but part of the CV CERT Team, Walk for the Cure, Florida licensed “safe driver.”
Martha Feuerberg, Harriet Fiebert, Hilda Wolkin.
Call Don at
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(561) 840-6345 JOE CARRIKER

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• Door Repairs • Window Repair • Hurricane Shutters
• Door Replacement • Window Replacement • Accordion Shutters
• Sliding Glass Door • Window Glass • Kitchen and Bath
Repair and Wheels • Window Screens Countertops
• Porch Enclosures • Porch Rescreening • Shower Doors

30 Years in Construction
Licensed/Bonded/Insured License Nos. U-20681; U-20702

Susan Wolfman turns "LISTED" into "SOLD"


January 2011 Sales
236 CHATHAM L 2/1½ SOLD $38,500 263 COVENTRY K 2/1½ RENTED $600/mo.
107 OXFORD 300 2/2 PENDING $40,000 77 CANTERBURY D 2/1½ PENDING $30,500
415 DOVER A 1/1½ PENDING $27,500 164 WINDSOR H 1/1½ UNDER CONT. $18,000
183 SOMERSET I 2/2 SOLD $35,000 182 WELLINGTON K 2/2 SOLD $45,000
445 WINDSOR S 1/1½ SOLD $19,000 305 WELLINGTON B 2/2 PENDING $45,000
77 NORWICH D 1/1½ UNDER CONT. $16,000 208 WELLINGTON E 1/1½ PENDING $25,500
124 COVENTRY F 2/1½ PENDING $35,000 101 WELLINGTON L 2/2 SOLD $55,000
2010 Sales
1 WINDSOR A 1/1½ PENDING $26,500 196 STRATFORD 1/1½ RENTED $650/mo.
386 WINDSOR Q 1/1½ SOLD $16,000 118 KENT H 1/1 RENTED $550/mo.
111 COVENTRY E 1/1 SOLD $10,000 127 ANDOVER E RENTED $3500/sea.
408 DOVER A 1/1½ UNDER CONT. $55,000 33 SHEFFIELD B 2/1½ RENTED $5000/sea.
181 CAMDEN H 1/1 PENDING $14,900 313 DOVER A 1/1½ SOLD $33,000
361 SHEFFIELD O 1/1 SOLD $11,000 299 CAMDEN M 1/1 SOLD $25,900
71 KINGSWOOD D 2/1½ SOLD $27,500 144 WELLINGTON H 2/2 SOLD $39,000
186 WELLINGTON K 2/2 SOLD $45,000 314 GREENBRIER B 2/2 RENTED $725/mo.
246 COVENTRY K 1/1½ SOLD $19,900 33 SHEFFIELD B 2/1½ RENTED $5000/sea.
382 SHEFFIELD P 1/1½ SOLD $20,000 146 WINDSOR G 1/1½ SOLD $16,500
215 KENT M 2/1½ SOLD $19,850 110 WELLINGTON D 2/2 SOLD $60,000
136 SOUTHAMPTON B 1/1½ SOLD $13,500 166 WALTHAM G 1/1 RENTED $500/mo.
82 CAMDEN D 2/1½ SOLD $22,750 90 CHATHAM D 1/1 SOLD $7,500
108 WINDSOR E 2/1½ SOLD $13,500 125 WELLINGTON G 2/2 SOLD $32,500
4 SHEFFIELD A 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 255 SHEFFIELD K 1/1½ SOLD $9,000
323 SHEFFIELD P 1/1½ SOLD $23,000 346 SHEFFIELD O 1/1 SOLD $9,000
62 BERKSHIRE C 2/1½ SOLD $21,500 385 SHEFFIELD P 1/1 SOLD $12,500
376 NORTHAMPTON S 2/1½ RENTED $650/mo. 103 COVENTRY E 1/1 SOLD $23,500

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


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Clubhouse Library
By Dot Loewenstein

Seasonal Residents - you more than two tables for Mark B. Grumet, D.M.D.
must be getting ready to jigsaw puzzles. So the rules
head back up North. We have to apply to everyone.
General Dentistry
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dents noticing our library
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any chair and table - there
is a rather large table at the Crosstown Plaza
you peeking in, and invite opposite end of the hall, in Between Publix and Blockbuster Video
you to enter and take a look front of the computer class-
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exploitation by providing you updated on his office’s
State Attorney Michael McAuliffe assistance to victims and efforts to protect you on
building stronger cases. a regular basis. The state
Predator Unit Investigates SA McAuliffe thanks the attorney’s website is www.
agencies that worked on palmbeachstateattorney.
this important project and com and our office newslet-
vestigated a case involving ment, Palm Beach Police
expects it will make a sig- ter is distributed quarterly.
a defendant collecting and Department and the School
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The case resulted in a sen- ing DCF, has developed
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State Attorney Michael onment. The Predator Unit Abuse/Vulnerable Adult
McAuliffe and his team is a collaboration of the Investigations Protocol.
Denied the Vote
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November-April
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Weight Training Aerobics With Weights Weight Training Aerobics With Weights Weight Training
9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:45 am 9:25-10:00 am 9:20-9:45 am 9:25-10:00 am

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10:00-11:00 am 9:45-10:15 am 9:45-10:00 am 10:00-11:00 am

Hatha Yoga Aqua Aerobics Exercise Hatha Yoga Tai-Chi (Paid) w/Jerry Hatha Yoga
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Aqua Aerobics Exercise


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Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch


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1:30-2:00 pm 1:30-2:00 pm
Administrative/
Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Sit & Fit Healthy Breathing Yoga Touch Office Duties
2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm 2:00-3:00 pm

Zumba (Paid) w/Larissa


4:00-4:45 pm

Free Exercise Classes Provided at Hastings Fitness Center by Janetta Babayeva

Paid Class Registration at the Main Clubhouse Class Office


Mon-Fri 9:00 am-4:30 pm
All Classes Are Subject to Change and/or Modification
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At 100 Plus, Al Shoots Pool: Al Weiskopf, one of the
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1 BEDROOM/ 1 BATH
1 BEDROOM/ 1 BATH
Bedford J – 2 floor,
nd
nd on lagoon, ceramic tile, furn. $25,000 Salisbury D – 2ndstfloor, carpet, unfurnished, wall a/c unit $10,000
Bedford C – 2
Berkshire B – 2 floor,
nd floor, carpet, unfurnished,
furnished, lake view small pet ok $12,500
$15,900 Sheffield O
Sheffield H – 2 nd– nd1 floor, unfurnished
floor, turnkey, pet friently $17,500
$10,500
st
Berkshire I – 1 floor, partial furnished, beautiful floors $14,900 Sheffield O – 2 floor, ceramic tile, upgraded kitchen $42,900
Camden B – 1st floor, ceramic tile, furniture neg. $12,900 Sheffield Q – 2nd nd floor, ceramic tile/carpet, furnished $16,900
Camden B – 1ststfloor, ceramic tile, furniture neg. $12,900 Sheffield Q – st2 floor, ceramic tile/carpet, furnished $16,900
Canterbury
Camden IF– –1st1 floor, floor,ceramic
ceramictile, tile,furnished,
partial furnished
remodeled $20,500
$16,900 Somerset
Somerset GG– –1 1floor, st
floor,furnished,
furnished, ceramic
ceramic tile/carpet,
tile/carpet, lakevw
lakevw $26,900
$26,900
Canterbury
Coventry H B –– 11st floor,
st
floor, new
ceramic a/c, tile,
unfurnished
unfurnished $13,000
$21,000 Waltham H – 2ndBfloor,
Southampton central
– 4th fl, a/c,a/c,
central totally updated
laminate floors, unfurn. $20,000
$19,500
Coventry B – 1 st
floor,nd ceramic tile, unfurnished
Dorchester G – 2 floor, ceramic tile, unfurnished $21,000
$18,000 Windsor G – 2 nd nd
fl, unfurn., clean,
Waltham H – 2 floor, central a/c, totally updated bright & breezy $16,900
$18,000
Dorchester F – Carpet
Northampton G – 2nd and ceramic
floor, tile,furniture
carpet, partial furnished
negotiable $19,000
$12,900 Windsor
WindsorKG– –2nd2nd floor,
floor,ceramic
carpet,tile, furnished, new a/c
unfurnished $19,900
$16,900
Northampton
Northampton G –A2–nd1floor, st
floor,carpet,
carpet,furniture
furnished negotiable
nicely $12,900
$18,500 Windsor K – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, furnished, new a/c $19,900
Norwich B st 1st floor, new cabinets, rentable
– Nice, clean
Norwich B – Nice, clean 1 floor, new cabinets, rentable $17,900
$17,900
Salisbury H – 2nd floor, ceramic tile, unfurnished $17,900 1.5 BATHS
1 BEDROOM/
Bedford E – 1 floor, corner, unfurnished
st 1 BEDROOM/
$28,900 1.5 BATHS
Kent L – 1st floor, nicely furnished. Well maintained $29,900
st st
Bedford
BedfordK –E1– 1floor; floor,furniture
corner,negotiable;
unfurnishedwater view $17,900
$28,900 Kent L – 2nd A
Northampton floor,– 1stcarpeted,
floor, ceramic
furnituretile,negotiable
central a/c $34,900
$19,900
nd st nd
Bedford H
Cambridge F – 2 floor, central
nd corner, a/c,viewcarpeted,
of lagoon, turnkey
unfurnished $31,500
$23,000 Kent L B
Norwich – 1– 2floor, floor, nicely furnished.
furniture negotiable,Rentable building.
carpeted $29,900
$14,900
Canterbury
Cambridge 1st floor, furniture
H –D1st– fl-ceramic negotiable,
tile-upgraded carpet
Beautiful! $24,900
$27,000 NorwichB B– –2nd2ndfloor,
Norwich floor, corner,
corner, furnished,central
furnished, centrala/ca/c $18,000
$21,000
nd nd
Canterbury F –st 2 floor, corner, central a/c, carpet/ceramic
Canterbury D – 1st floor, furniture negotiable, carpet $14,900
$29,900 Norwich H –
Norwich H – 1 flr, st2 floor, central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile RNTD
upgraded kitchen, storm shutters $21,000
$29,900
st
Chatham J – 1 floor, ceramic tile, furniture
Canterbury F – 2ndst fl, corner, central a/c, ceramic tile. negotiable $26,900
$22,900 Plymouth I –
Norwich H – 2nd floor,1 floor, corner, washer/dryer,
central a/c, carpet/ceramic tile partial furn. $69,900
$25,900
nd
Coventry G st– 1 floor, ceramic tile, central a/c, furn. neg. $32,900
$19,900 Salisbury D –nd2 floor, corner, carpet, central a/c $19,900
$37,000
Chatham P – 1 floor, carpeted, partially furnished Oxford 200 – 2 floor, central a/c, corner, ceramic tile
Coventry L –nd2nd floor, bright/sunny. Lift to 2nd floor $19,900 Salisbury G –nd1st floor, corner, central a/c, carpet $23,000
Coventry E – 2 floor, central a/c, unfurn, rentable, allow pet $15,000 Salisbury D – 2 ndfloor, furnished, carpeted unit; dishwasher $22,000
Dorchester Dst – 2nd floor, unfurnished, ceramic tile $20,000 Sheffield N – 2nd floor, corner, ceramic tile, central a/c, furn. $20,000
Coventry G – 1th floor, central a/c, furniture negotiable
Dover A – 4 ndfloor, furnished, lake view, carpet, central a/c $32,900
$39,900 Salisbury D – 2 floor,rd corner, carpet, central a/c
Southampton stA – 3 floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, furn. $19,900
$29,900
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to 2ndcarpet/ceram
floor tile $19,900
$38,900 Salisbury
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canal, tile, a/c, carpet
granite counters, RENTED $23,000
$19,000
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Dover st
floor,central
ceramica/c, tile,
woodcentral
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unfurn, $64,500
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WindsorI –M2- 2floor,
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furn.a/c
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$29,900
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1st floor, a/c, unfurn, lakevw
tile/carpet $55,500
$26,900 Sussex B –O
Windsor 1st –floor, rentable
1st floor, building,
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$24,900
st st st st
Easthampton
Hastings B E – 1– 1floor, floor,ceramic
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partially furnished tile $35,900
$35,900 Waltham
WindsorDR––11 fl,floor, corner unit; unfurnished,
corner, ceramic tile, central a/c
carpet, central a/c $29,900
$55,000
Golfs Edge C – 1st floor, new central a/c, ceramic tile $23,000
2 BEDROOMS/ 1Wellington
or 1.5 BATHS M – 2nd floor, unfurnished, central a/c, lake view $28,900
Greenbrier B – 4ndth floor, central a/c, view of creek, unfurn. $28,000 Windsor C – 1st floor, on canal, tile, granite countertops $39,900
Bedford D –st 2 floor, corner, carpet, central a/c $29,900 Dorchester Gnd– 1st floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, unfurn. $49,900
Hastings B – 1 floor, nd partially furnished RENTED
Cambridge stI – 2 floor, corner, central a/c, unfurnished $26,900
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$24,900
Hastings B – 1 I floor,
Cambridge ceramic
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corner, partially furnished $35,900
$29,900 Windsor
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st
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rentable unit,
furn neg.,new a/c, furnished
central a/c, canal view $24,900
$48,900
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$32,900
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$29,900 Dorchester G – 1
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$25,000
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unfurnished $34,900
$28,000 Hastings
NorwichBK– 2– 2nd floor,
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corner, unfurnished
tile, central a/c $29,900
$39,900
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$54,900 Hastings
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$32,500
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Oxford 100 – 2ndnd floor, central a/c, ceramic canal view $47,900 Somerset L –st1st floor, lake view, furniture neg., central a/c $49,900
Dorchester B – 2 ndfloor, faux wd floors, Italian porc-kit. $54,900 Windsor C – 1 floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, upgrades $44,900
Oxford 200 – 2st floor, central a/c, lift to 2nd floor, unfurn $56,900 Stratford C – 1st floor, carpet, central a/c, furnished $42,900
Dorchester E – 1 floor,
rd central
Greenbrier B – 3 Floor, furnished, view of poola/c, unfurn., tile, carpeting $26,000
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Stratford D – 1 floor, central a/c, ceramic tile, furn. neg. $48,900
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BATHS E – 1st floor, lake view, central a/c, furn. neg. $83,900
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SomersetIB– –1 2nd floor,
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tile,view
unfurnished $39,900
$58,900 Plymouth
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$72,000
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imprisoned in a room
with a door that’s
unlocked and opens
inwards; as long as it
does not occur to him to
pull rather than push.
-Ludwig Wittgenstein
***

If a man does not


keep pace with his
companions, perhaps Sunday thru Wednesday
it is because he hears a
different drummer. Let
him step to the music
he hears, however
measured or far away. Expires 4/15/11
Century Village
-Henry David Thoreau Expires 4/15/11 Century Village
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Recreation News
Tuesdays, each week. You do not have
Sailing Shuffleboard We d n e s- to have previous experience.
by Ed Wright days, and You can learn as you play.
by Christine Mohanty
Thursdays. It is always good to meet
The 2010 -2011shuffle- Everyone is new people and get a little
Our races are in full sail
board season has been under- welcome to exercise.
with Tuesday competitions,
way for more than 3 months. join in. The If you have been a mem-
Thursday regattas, and Fri-
We have almost completed equipment ber in the past and have not
day navigational cruising
our second tournament. It will be pro- played with us in awhile,
just for fun. As far as Tues- Our “Sailettes,” under the di-
will be finished before this vided. Please arrive around would you please come and
days go, we use the best 5 rection of Gail Fei, will open
comes out. The results will 1:15 pm. we play singles remove your lock from the
out of 7 races for points. the entertainment for Ryan
be in the next issue. on Tuesdays, doubles on locker. Some have been there
First place winners in divi- & the Rockers, a dynamic
More snowbirds are com- Wednesdays, and bowling for several years and we need
sions A & B earn 6 points, 2nd five-piece band that will
ing back so our numbers are pins on Thursdays. the room for new members.
place 5, 3rd place 4, 4th place have you hopping until your
increasing. We have 51 mem- Our awards banquet will We would appreciate it if you
3, 5th place 2, and everyone socks fall off from 7-10pm.
bers now with others coming be held at the Golden Corral would please pick up your
who finishes gets one point Tickets for this extravaganza
almost every day. This is on March 14th. This is always cues and locks before we
for effort. If the weather are only $20 for an evening
eight more members than a good time for all of us. find it necessary to cut your
holds and everything goes as you’ll not soon forget. Check
we had last year, We also You can come each day or locks off.
planned, the winter season out our ad in this issue, and
have had some new people just one day if you choose. Please call Ed at 632-
races should be completed call Julie Helms at 683-8672
come and play with us. We It is not a league where you 5268 or Jack at 640-3373 if
by February 23. Trophies to reserve your seats before
still have our tournaments on have to be there each day or you have any questions.
are generally distributed at they’re sold out.
the annual picnic in March, As always, we welcome
probably on the 26th, weather new sailors. Helga Lieb, our order to place while our Division
permitting.
Aside from the serious
dock attendant and sail-
ing instructor, will be more
Tennis avoid any 3 team is holding its own
by Christine Mohanty conflicts. considering that not all the
aspects of T h e r e players have yet returned
sailing, we O u r a n n u a l e l e c t i o n were live- to the Village, and some
are a very breakfast held on January ly discus- injuries have taken a toll as
social, fun- 19 was very well attended. sions and well. 
loving group. All of our board members a few mo- To complete our season,
On February were re-elected: Alan Cutler tions made, which were de- it was voted to once again
16, we held as President, Rhoda Nadell feated by a large margin. A hold our annual picnic at
a very well- Vice-President, Les Rivkin reminder regarding tennis Duck Island, this year on
attended, Treasurer, and Christine lessons—anyone who wants Wednesday, March 30 from
much enjoyed Mohanty Secretary. Alan to participate must sign up noon to three. DJs Tom and
luncheon at addressed the issue of court with Courtney and pay in ad- Dolores Caruso of Solid
the Golden etiquette which has become vance at the clubhouse office. Gold Revue will once again
Corral. Pot a recurring theme of late. It All lessons will be scheduled provide the entertainment.
luck dinners was decided to post a chart after 12:30PM regardless of Members are asked to sign
are the first board by each court so that the day. up to bring pot-luck dishes
Tu e s d a y o f players may reserve time. As for competitions, we and desserts to supplement
the month For weekend playing, Tom will have three in-house our BBQ. We will also run
during the Speerin, our Tennis Direc- tournaments with prizes a 50/50 raffle to add to the
season at the tor, will put up chart boards awarded to first and second- fun. Please set this date
Somerset pa- before he leaves on Fri- place winners. Outside Cen- aside because this event is
tio; our next days. Players are advised tury Village, our Division sure to hit everyone’s sweet
one is slated to respect reserved times in 6 team is currently in first spot!
for March 7.
The most for the future months. A visit experience and only one canoe
anticipated event of the sea-
son is our annual Rock & Roll
than happy to put you at the
“helm” in no time at all. We
Snorkel Club to the Florida Oceanographic tipped. Thats pretty good con-
by Sandy Wynn Coastal Center was so well sidering the large attendance.
Dinner Dance which will take also would love to see you at enjoyed that another trip Another repeat must be the
place in the clubhouse party our monthly meetings the January was a busy month will be planned. The evening cruise line Bahama celebra-
room on Sunday, March 13. second Friday of the month; for the Snorkel Club and as canoe trip at the Grassy Wa- tion. We will have some of
From 6-7pm, Golden Corral our next one is March 12. always plans are being made ter Preserve was quite an our snorkel members leav-
is serving a delightful buffet So come on down and SAIL ing on February 8th, for five
with something for everyone. AWAY. days of fun, food, and
of course snorkeling.
Sail Club Annual Plans are being made
for the annual week
Rock & Roll out of country snorkel-
Dinner/Dance ing trip which is to be
sometime in April.
Sunday, March 13th, 2011 Our meetings are
at the Clubhouse Party Room. on the third Friday of
Great 5 piece Band - Ryan and the Rockers, the month at the Club-
Delicious Food catered by the Golden Corral house, Room A, at 10:00
Tickets only $20 each. a.m. For more informa-
tion about our club call
Get your tickets at the Dock or call: V.P. John Odoardo at
Julie 683-8672 471-9921.
March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 49

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contact the ational Institute Support Group in Cen-
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Century Village Com- Duplicate Bridge at

Organization News
puter Club: Meets 1 and Hastings Clubhouse: All
st

3 Thu, Nov-Apr (1 Thu only bridge players welcome Mon


rd st

rest of year), 1:00 pm in CR at 7:00 pm and Wed at 1:00


103, and incl 30 min Q&A, pm, upstairs at Hastings rec
biz portion, presentation, hall. Call Mimi, 697-2710, if
50/50 and door prizes. Ar- you have questions or if you
Amit Women Rishona Baby Boomers Club: We Brooklyn U.S.A.: Meets rive by 12:15 if you wish to need to be matched w/an-
Chapter: Meets every 2
nd
are looking for more mem- every 2 Wed Oct-Apr at
nd join, renew your member- other player. Bridge lessons
Tue w/ collation at 12 noon bers to volunteer to arrange 1:30 pm in Party Room. ship, or register for free coming soon for beginners
and meeting at 1:00 pm at an activity for the group. It Our meets are entertaining hands-on classes.
Evangelical Christian
Aitz Chaim on Haverhill. could be simple or elabo- and informative. We are Century Village Gun Networking Club: Meets
Coming events: monthly rate. Our group includes open to former and present Club: Meets every 2 Tue 1 Fri, 6:30 pm, Classroom
nd st

trips to Hard Rock Casino those who remember iconic residents of Brooklyn and at 7:00 pm in Classroom B B of CH. We share relevant
(Ann 707-2096). FMI, call TV shows, movies, music, their significant others. of the CH. Every meet has a info among ourselves and
Ellie 471-4935; Malca 688- dances, and events of the Our special events: Mar 16, guest speaker. Come listen with our community. Dee,
2698. 50s and 60s. For info, email Isles of Capri. FMI, Steve @to great speakers; make new 827-8748; Steve, 389-5300.
lynnsevan@aol.com 242-0481. friends; view historic and
Anshei Sholom: Don’t
Getting Younger, Get-
forget our Mon adult ed B’nai B’rith Century: Canadian Club: Meets modern firearms and other ting Better: Meets last
classes! The 9:30 am class, This is B’nai B’rith Inter- 4 Wed, Party Room of CH, weapons. George, 471-9929. Fri, Nov-Apr, 3:00 pm in CH
th

led by Rabbi Dr. Michael national’s 167 anniversary.


th
1:00 pm. Membership open Century Village Or- rm C. Guest speaker every
Korman, discusses “Great We meet every 4 Sun, 9:30
th
to all. Lots of great ac- chestra: Meets every Mon, month. Group discussion
Jewish Women Through am (except holidays), at An- tivities. Betty, 684-0766; Nov 1, 2010 to Mar 2011, dedicated to the proposi-
History.” The 10:45 am shei Sholom. The schedule: Franne, 478-9526; Mad- in CH Room C, 1:15-3:15 tion that we can change to
class, led by Sarah Farkas, Mar 27, Officer Installation, elaine, 684-5595. pm. We would like to add get younger biologically and
teaches “Conversational Catered Breakfast,Arthur
and Reading Hebrew.” For Fentin, B’nai Brith Apart- Century Village Cam- a conductor, more strings spiritually.
info, call the Temple at 684- era Club: We meet the 2 (violins, violas, cellos and
nd

ments — admission free GiGi’s Group: We travel


3212. Daily minyans at 8:30 to members (modest dona- Tue, 10:00 am, Classroom bass), bassoon and percus- to the Mardi Gras Casino
am Sun-Fri (8:45 on Sat). tion to guests). Dr. Levy @ C. All are welcome. Just sion players. Call Rickie at every 3 Mon. Contact GiGi rd

4786865. bring an interest in taking 683-0869 or email cvorches- at 6896092.


pictures. Spread tra@aol.com


Cenwest Fishing Club: Greater Philadelphia

 Meets 1 Wed, CH rm B,
st Club: Now meets at Anshei
3:00-4:30 pm. Varied fishing Shalom on 2 Thu at 12:00
nd

every week. Al, 242-0351. noon. Coming events: Mar


12, Al Jolson matinee and
Chit Chat Group: We dinner, 12:45 pm; Mar 20,
meet at 2:00-3:30 pm, Class- picnic at Duck Island, 12:00
room B of CH, every 1 & 3 noon; Apr 14, bye-bye din-
st rd

Tue from 2-3. Our discus- ner at Waterways, 5:30 pm.


sions are friendly, informa- Phyllis, 712-0612.
tive, interesting and fun.
This is a free program. FMI, Hadassah, Judith Ep-
call Rhoda @ 686-0835. stein Chapter at CVWPB:
Meets 3 Wed at 11:45 am for
rd

Christian Club: We mini-lunch, 12:30 meeting


meet 1 Wed, 1:00 pm, Party atAnshei Sholom. Rosetta,
st

Room of CH. 689-2459.


Democratic Club of Holocaust Survivors of
Century Village: Mar 22, the Palm Beaches: Meet
meet at 1:30 in CH Party 2 Wed, 9:30 am, in Anshei
nd

Room. Two guest speakers Sholom. Our next meet


will attend. will be held Mar 11, then
Apr 13, Yom Ha’shoa —
D e b o r a h H o s p i t a l Remembrance Day. Kathy,
Foundation: Meets 2 Fri 689-0393.
nd

every other mo in CH Party


Room, 12:00 noon. The next Irish-American Cul-
meet will be held on Feb 18. tural Club of CV: Meets
Call Bea 6889478. 1 Tue in CH, 2:00 pm, Room
st

C. For info, call Robert, 917-


Drama Society of Cen- 7040223.
tury Village: Meets 1 and
st

3 Mon, 7:00 pm, CH Party Italian-American Cul-


rd

Room. Join the fun. Play the ture Club: We meet every
hero or villain. We perform 3 Wed, 1:00 pm, in the CH
rd

plays, skits, monologues, Party Room. FMI, call Faus-


songs, you name it. New to, 4781821. What we’re do-
members welcome; no ex- ing: Mar 6, “Italian Dance,”
perience necessary. Chuck, 6:00 pm in the PR, w/pizza
688-0071; Janet, 686-4206. & wine on every table, we
will also give door prizes
(Bruno, 478-0047; Anna,
684-5605; Grace, 6405279).


We bowl at Verdes on Sat,
9:00 am (Fran, 616-3314).

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March 2011 THE UCO REPORTER Page 51
headed by Troim Handler. Yiddish Class: Meets

Organization News
Currently reading Night Thu at 10:00 am, CH CR
by Elie Wiesel in Yiddish. A. Taught by Golda Shore.
The group meets 2 & 4 Fri Register at Class Office.
nd th

of ea mo @ 10 am. Troim, Call 697-3367.


684-8686.
Yiddish Vinkl: The Vil-
Jewish Roots in Maine: enjoy singing at various Strictly Ballroom Yiddish Chorus: Men lage’s unique and much-
Do you have Jewish roots in nursing homes. We’re look- Dance Group: Meets ev- and women members wel- loved Vinkl meets all-year
Maine? Here is your chance ing for new members, so if ery Sat, 6-8 pm, at CH Party come. No knowledge of Yid- round every 1 and 3 Sun, st rd

to connect with new and old you enjoy music, contact Room (time/day subject to dish necessary. Rehearses 1:30-3:00 pm, in CH music
friends on Sun, Mar 20 at GiGi at 689-6092; the feel- change). All dancers are every Wed at 1:30 pm in rm. All are welcome. Yiddish
the Boynton Beach Jewish ing of giving joy to others is welcome. No charge; music CH music rm B. Director/ knowledge is not required,
Community Center, 8500 so rewarding. is good; come join us. Your conductor: Shelley Tanzer. as all is translated to Eng-
Jog Rd, 11:00 am to 2:00 hosts are Bill (plays the Call Edy, 687-4255. lish. Call Edy, 687-4255.
pm. Bring old photos, news Mind Spa Discussion music) and Hugh (offers a
clippings and other docu- Group: Meets 2 and 4 helping hand to beginning
nd th

ments and help us build the Thu, 1:30 pm, in CH, CR A. couples). Call Bill 684-2451
Documenting Maine Jewry All are invited for in-depth or Hugh 689-3466.
Project. RSVP to Cindy at discussions of significant is-
sebago@att.net or Zeta at sues. Allan, 5873602. Super Seniors Club:
684-4527. Interesting convo about cur-
Mister Karaoke: Kara- rent issues affecting seniors
Jewish War Veterans oke, dancing and general at the CV 912 Super Seniors
Post #501: Meets 1 Sun,
st
entertainment continues Group. We meet every 1 st

Cypress Lakes CH. Break- throughout the year every Thu, 10:00 am in the CH as
fast at 9:00; meeting at 9:30; Fri eve in the Party Room in a forum for sharing knowl- For Sale
meets from Sep to May with the CH from 6:00- 9:00 pm. edge, asking questions and Northampton E: 1 BR up-
guest speakers. Activities Come join the fun! Please educating ourselves. Email 2 BR, 1½ ba downstairs, per overlooking wtr, newly
include servicing VA pa- call Jack at 616-0973 for cv912superseniors@ gmail. all tile ba, 2 fls, all upgraded, painted & cleaned. $440 un-
tients. Ralph, 689-1271; further information. com mint cond, new AC, new wtr furn; $490 furn. 697-8385
Howard, 478-2780. tank, wtr lagoon, nr Cam-
Na’Amat USA (Pio- This and That: Meet up den pool, good loc, must see. Sheffield I: 2/1½, gr fl cnr,
neer Women): Meets 4 with a group of intelligent
th
Jewish War Veterans remod, furn, HDTVs, phone,
Ladies Auxiliary Post Tue, 1:00 pm, at Cypress people, discussing vari- $39,500. 478-1086
tile, nr gym & pool, avail for
#520: Meets 3 Mon at
rd
Lakes Auditorium for mini- ous topics, on the 1 Tue in
Chatham T: For sale by 2010-11 or 2011-12 season,
st

The Classic. A continental lunch and interesting pro- CH Room A, 1:30 pm. Dr.
grams, guests are always Ducati, 6873935. owner — 1/1½ condo, 1st fl info & pics at http://ltdinflor-
breakfast is served at 9:00
welcome (Rhoda 478-8559). on lake, tot dec, new baths, ida.wordpress.com/) contact
am, followed by our meet- email: svsummerwind@hot-
ing. Our efforts go to cre- Three Friends: Two new appls, new wtr htr, new
NYC Transit Retirees singers and a piano player tile thruout. We will pay for mail.com (phone: 686-9441).
ating welcome kits for the
Club: We are looking for entertain every last Thu in all closing costs! Must see! Stop by to have a look!
veterans at the VA Center
new members. For more CH rm C w/ music of the 712-8720
at Military Trail and vari- Waltham D: 1 BR, 1 ba,
info, call Kathy, 689-0393. 30s to the 60s. Come listen
ous positions at the Center. gr fl apt, best loc. $525 furn;
Greenbrier C: Best possible
We find our volunteer work OWLS (Older-Wiser- and enjoy w/Ellie, Wolf and loc on 2nd fl of lux bldg, 2 BR $500 unfurn; $900 sea/mo.
helpful and rewarding and Loyal-Seniors): Celebrat- Sonia. cnr, 2 ba, comp furn, overlook- 817-313-3579
welcome new members. ing our fifth anniversary at United Order of True ing golf expanse, new remod
Dorothy, 478-6521. a sit-down dinner-dance on Sisters: Meets 2 Mon, kit & bath, comp tiled CAC,
nd
Waltham D: 1 BR, 1½ ba,
Sun, Mar 27, 3:00-7:00 pm 11:30 am, in CH PR. The or- ceil fans thruout, pvt pool, furn, 1st fl, encl pat, great loc,
Jewish War Veterans
in the CH Party Room to be der of the day: Mar 2, donor must see! Negot. 683-9830 walk to CH, avail Apr. $550/
Post #520: Meets 4 Sun
th

catered by the Golden Cor- luncheon at Crown Plaza mo. 536-8488


at Elks Lodge, Belvedere
ral, open to members only. Hotel, 3 course lunch & en- Greenbrier C: By owner,
Rd. Continental breakfast
at 9:00, followed by gen- Queens NY Club: Meets tertainment (Bernice 697- very lg 2 BR 2 ba, FL rm, CAC Miscellaneous
eral meeting. Come as our 4 Tue from Sep to Mar at 2203, Barbara 688-0001); & htr, tile fls, new kit, fans,
th

guest and see what we’re all the Somerset Pool, 11:00 Mar 14, 11:30 am, meeting hurr shts, next to laundry One twin size elec bed,
about! Walt, 478-6521; Phil, am-1:00 pm. Harriet, 684- at CH PR w/entertainment rm & storage, beautiful vw, like new, w/remote control,
686-2086. 9712. by Ed Slater; Mar 16, 3CL front of pool. $89,999 negot. has pillow top mattress, pur-
at Cypress Creek Country Home 561-478-6564; cell 786- chased from City Mattress.
Knights of Pythias: Russian Club: Meets Club w/show Tribute (Bobbi 473-2682 471-8148
You are invited to join Palm 2 Thu at 3:00 pm on Feb 478-4433, Roz 616-3273);
nd

Beach Rainbow Lodge #203, 1 0 ( P a r t y R o o m ) ; M a r Mar 24, Isle casino, 9:30 Somerset C: 2 BR, 2 ba, 2nd 2008 Chevy Aveo for sale:
meet 2 and 4 Mon at North 10,Apr 14 (Room C).Any am3:15 pm w/bus, buffet fl w/lift, beautiful lkvw, acr AC, PS, PW and more. Runs
nd th

C o u n t y S e n i o r C e n t e r, questions?Pleasecall 686- lunch & free play (call Bobbi fr tennis cts, part furn, fin excel and great mileage w/4
Northlake Blvd. We wel- 9272. or Roz); Mar 28, card party lanai, all new wndos. $55,000. cyl engine. Nice looking car.
come new members, duals, at PB National Country 686-2793 $7,500. 640-9671 or 254-4484
reinstatements and trans- S i s t e r h o o d o f A i t z Club (Barbara 615-4527,
ferees from out of state. We Chaim: Will host a lun- Harriet 689-5102); Apr 8, Video camera stand: Single
Southampton B: 1 BR, 1½
are a fraternal brotherhood cheon, card and game par- last time to see the horses
ba, very good cond, tile fls, leg extends to 6 ft w/compact
fostering the credo of friend- ty at the temple, 2518 N. at Gulfstream Racetrack &
comp furn, move rite in, avail carry bag. Brand new; must
ship, charity, benevolence. Haverhill Rd. Reservations Casino (call Bobbi or Roz).
immed, excel buy! 697-9159 sell. $9 or best offer. 683-
Mike, 615-0218. required. Charlotte, 478- 0057.
8756. WOW: Women of Welling- For Rent
LatinAmerican Club: ton welcome you to events of Wanted – driver. Anyone
Thank you all for support- Solid Gold Karaoke: wonder. FMI, call Lenore,
Continues every Tue (6:30- 683-4166; Judy, 687-9553. Golf ’s Edge — 1/1½, gr with a car who is interested
ing our dance, benefiting
the St. Mary’s cancer kids; 9:30) in the CH Party Room. fl cnr, steps fr pvt htd pool, in attending evening perfor-
we raised $1,700. May God All are welcome to sing Y i d d i s h A d v a n c e d comp remod, new tile, kit cabs mances at Kravis Center or
bless you all! along. For more info, call Reading Group: Menke w/granite ctr tops, all appls, other venues. Call Allan at
Tom and Dolores at 478- Katz Reading Circle in- bathroom cabs w/granite 687-3602.
Merry Minstrels: Meet 5060. vites readers to join group tops, freshly painted. Ann
Thu, 10:00-11:00 am, Music rent, call Sara 683-7515
Room. We are a group who
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