HAMMOCK ESTATES HAPPENINGS
DECEMBER 12, 2017
This week’s coffee hour was opened by Pres. Linda Price, following the nurse’s screenings at 8:00a.m. The countdown showed 73 present. The nurse spoke to the group briefly about the issues with depression over the holidays that may be encountered. The guessing game was won by Larry Hegarty, who took home a huge $7.25!
Birthdays for this week were for John Weber, Marion Yoder, Miriam Steele and Marie Ellison. An anniversary for Herb and Rhoda Moscowitz was recognized.
Seasonal returnees this week were Dave and Carol Taylor, Lisa and Terry Bain, John and Judy Weber and Tim Ponke.
Mary and Claude Funk were introduced as new members to the HOA and welcomed.
Cards were sent around for Judy Fahl, Lynette Phelps, Joyce Geiger, Mick Jacobson, Marty Faucett and Harold Price.
The breakfast this past Saturday was pronounced very successful and attended by 44 members. The Ladies’ luncheon at the Jacaranda was also enjoyed by 33 ladies.
Nancy Thompson reported that the new computer is in and in the process of being installed with programs, etc. The clubhouse will be closed on the 14th & 15th during the day so that electricians may finish their work uninterrupted. A new water filter has been placed on the kitchen sink, shelves have been place in the new shed for storage, and the new coupons are being sent out for the payments to the bank for maintenance and rents. Also it is hoped that the pool work can begin fairly shortly, according to the company’s scheduling.
Bingo hotball was won this past week by Virginia Krou. Shuffle board winners were Phil Manning on Tues. and Doug Myers on Fri.
The singalong and entertainment, with ice cream and cookies will be held tonight (Tuesday) at 7-9 p.m.
Blue Grass will be Wed. as usual. There were 70 there last week. Pinochle that night was won by Ron DeGraaff.
Thursday’s line dancing will begin in January and will be announced in coffee hour.
Euchre was won Thursday night by Sue Drudge.
Mark your calendar’s and sign up for Sat. night ice cream and cookies and games. The Christmas dinner will be Dec.25 @ 1:00 p.m.
Dues will be due and payble Jan.1-31. They will be $15p.p. this year.
Thanks were given to Nikki DeHaven, Doug and Pam Myers and Allan and Marlene Burns for this week’s donuts and to Don Madden for being such a good mike runner.
The 50/50 drawing went to Joyce Gillis for a sum of $28.
John Pickup gave a humorous closer for the meeting.