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Acorn News Letter 2018-03-29T13:32:24+00:00

THE ACORN

APRIL 2018

 

MANAGER’S REPORT

I’d like to thank everyone for a great season and wish everyone safe travels to those who are returning to their Northern home. I hope everyone has a great Summer. —-Ron Zobel—Park Manager.

MICHIGAN, OHIO, STATE NIGHT

There will be an Ohio and Michigan state night dinner next March 9th. We are asking folks from these states to bring items that can be used for raffles and an auction. If you have any questions call Lynn Gambrel, 513-314-0275 or Linda Bowen 231-286-5805.

QUEEN OF THE COURTS SHUFFLEBOARD RESULTS

 

Lucie Raymond successfully defended her 2017 championship by winning this year’s Queen of the Courts championship. Lucie outlasted Jane Willoughby, who won the second-place trophy.

BATTLE OF THE SEXES SHUFFLEBOARD RESULTS

Jane Willoughby won the 27th annual Battle of the Sexes shuffleboard tournament, defeating Bob Gaul. Jane & Bob earned a spot in the playoff by winning their division with 5-0 records. Judy Bennett was second in the women’s division and Al Buts and Gaston Raymond tied for second in the men’s division 

ART & ARTISAN SHOW THANK YOU

The Art & Artisan show that took place on March 4th was a huge success. We hope that everyone that attended, enjoyed themselves. Next year’s show will be scheduled for Sunday March 3rd, 2019. ——- Karen Williams.

BLOODMOBILE

On March 15th we had 21 Ancient Oakers give the gift of life, potentially saving 63 lives!!  Way to go!  The bloodmobile will not be in the park until next January.  Please remember to give at every chance you have.  OneBlood needs 2,500 units of blood EACH day to meet the demand of the hospitals in our area.  That’s over whelming.  Thank you.

LADIES LUNCH

Approximately 40 ladies enjoyed lunch at Red Lobster in front of Treasure Coast Mall.  We had a good meal and service.  On Wednesday, April 18 we are going to try another restaurant, Prawnbroker Grill, between the bridges on Sewall’s Point in Stuart. ———Jol.

PICKLEBALL NEWS

Once again, we are thankful for a successful Carport Sale held in March, so pat yourselves on the back, we raised $850.  Thanks to all who helped and donated. Faith Farm was thrilled to get what we had left over and said to pass on their thanks.

Voting for Pickleball is still open and will be for another 60 days. We are very close. Please ask all your family and friends here in the park if they have returned their ballots. Thanks to all who helped and those who continue to help.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.  If for some reason you think you have spoiled your ballot by not including your address or signature, please call and we may be able to help.  All ballots sheets need a signature and Block\Lot # as well as your vote.  (letter was a little confusing) that vote sheet needs to put in the ballot envelope, sealed and then put in the address envelope which must have your name and address (B&L) then mail or turn into the office.  Thinking very Positive, Irene Bilger & the Pickleball Comm. 

S.A.C. REPORT

The Social Activity Committee would like to THANK all the people who have participated in our activities this year and a great big THANK YOU to all the volunteers without whom, many of the activities would not happen. A special THANKS to Phyllis and Carolyn for selling tickets every Tuesday and Thursday.   Safe travels to all and we hope to see you all next season. May your summer be filled with good thoughts, kind people, and happy moments     Love to all     —————Marlene Kreiger——S.A.C. President. & the entire S.A.C. board.

A NOTE FROM THE EDITOR

As this is the last Acorn for this Winter season I hope everyone enjoyed this year’s Acorns and Calendars.   The next Acorn won’t be published until November of 2018 and the first calendar will be published in December 2018.  Continue to check the Ancient Oaks Web site for next seasons calendars. If you would like something in the Acorn that pertains to our Park, you can E Mail it to me at ddurinic@yahoo.com