Terra Ceia Manor Homeowners' Association
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|Terra Ceia Manor Newsletter
Editor: Calla Gonzalez; Printing: Donna Burch and Rhonda Ritter
NEWS FROM THE CO-OP BOARD
Next B.O.D. Workshop: Due notice will be posted in fall
Next B.O.D. Monthly Meeting: Due notice will be posted
Meetings are open to TCM shareholders only.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT – DOUG GEEN:
As many of you may have heard, a short but violent storm recently went through our Park.
Once again we were truly fortunate to sustain very little damage. A roofing panel came off one
unit and a couple of others also had minor roof damage. Owners of any of the affected units
have been notified. Other minor damage was caused by loose garbage cans and articles
rolling around. Many thanks to all of our summer residents who assisted in the cleanup. Our
thoughts go out to the residents of the Coach House Mobile Home Park, as I am led to believe
that it was nearly all destroyed.
On a brighter side, it is so nice to hear that the Bocce Ball court is being enjoyed by many of
I must thank our two resident Board members - Bob Everly and Tom Hanket - for all of their
efforts in keeping our Park running smoothly.
It is hard to believe that the summer is half over. I hope everyone continues to enjoy the
remainder of the season.
|NEWS FROM THE REC. BOARD
Next Meeting: Monday, April 9, 9 a.m.
Meetings are open to all residents.
The following activities have been discontinued for the season:
Bingo, Bowling, Bridge, Craft Group, Euchre, Garden Club, Horseshoes, Ladies’ Golf, Mah
Jongg, Men’s Golf, Saturday Morning Coffee Hour, Shuffleboard, Sunday Night at the Movies
BIBLE STUDY – will continue to meet at 1:00 p.m. on Mondays. For details contact Anne
BID EUCHRE – will continue to meet at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday as long as there are people
DULCIMER GROUP – has been moved to Thursday 1 to 3 p.m. Call George Deebel (260-
EXERCISE – will continue at 9:30 a.m. on Monday and Friday.
GAME NIGHT – will continue at 6:30 p.m. on Friday nights through August.
HAND & FOOT - is played on Thursday at 1 p.m. For additional information contact Jan Davis
PINOCLE – will continue at 6:30 on Tuesday nights as long as there are people available.
POKER – will continue on Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. as long as there are people available.
WATER AEROBICS – is every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (weather permitting) at 10:30
2018-2019 TRAVEL CALENDAR - Larry and Mary Thompson can be reached at their cell
phone number 937-418-1151. All dates and itineraries are subject to change without notice.
DECEMBER 14 – SINGING CHRISTMAS TREE, ORLANDO. This Christmas spectacular
show is, by far, one of the holiday favorites. The huge choir, full orchestra and delicious
buffet dinner are all amazing! Tickets are limited.
JANUARY 13-21 – CUBA, Empress of the Seas. Cruise with your friends on Royal
Caribbean and discover Cuba! Experience the legendary nightlife, iconic music, food and
distinct culture. Space is limited. Ask for a detailed flier.
JANUARY 23 – SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER, Broadway Palm, Ft. Myers. Put on your “Boogie
Shoes” for a dance story that captures passion, energy and life-changing moments! Watch
how a young man tries to escape his problems and dance his way to a better life.
FEBRUARY 12 – EDISON & FORD HOMES, Ft. Myers. Tour the estates of two of the most
famous inventors. There are award-winning botanical gardens, historical buildings, and one
of the most intriguing research labs and inventors museum around. Lunch included.
FEBRUARY 17-25 – COSTA RICA. Come along and explore the rainforests, volcanoes,
plantations and more! This is a trip you don’t want to miss!
MARCH 15 – HAWAIIAN LUAU, Orlando. Enjoy an enchanting evening at the Spirit of Aloha
Show – hula dancing, fire dancing, tropical feast and more!
MARCH 24-28 – CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA. Come with us and see the oldest and
largest city in South Carolina. Many tours and meals included. A $150 deposit per person is
required; limited to 50 passengers.
APRIL 11-22 – EUROPEAN DANUBE RIVER CRUISE. Ask for a detailed flyer
SATURDAY, AUGUST 4 - Coffee hour at 9:30.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8 - Michigan Reunion at Eaton Place Restaurant (owned by the
Davises), 218 S. Cochran Ave., Charlotte, MI at 1:00 p.m. Please RSVP by August 1 to
Deanne Davis (517-543-6630). A tour of the brewery is available, and there are antique and
quilting shops close by.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15 - Ohio Reunion will be held at Tony's Restaurant,10280 W US
Route 224, Findlay, OH at 3:00 p.m.. Please RSVP by August 8 to Mary Turner 219; (Nick
and Sue's sister.) (419-236-9800). For entertainment, we will ask Nick Schroeder to sing.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17 - Anniversary/Birthday Dinner at 5 p.m. Meat, lemonade and tea will be
furnished. Bring dish to share and your own table service. Also, bring a gift suitable for man
or woman for the gift exchange game. Come for a fun evening with your TCM friends.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18 – Breakfast at 9:30 a.m. at Poppi's restaurant on 41. Be sure to
sign up so we know how many reservations to make
Please remember the following residents in your prayers: Bill Guinn, Unit 106; Gloria
Schweinsberg, Unit 471.
JOHN REIHL, UNIT 130 – was in the hospital from July 16 to 20. He received several units of
blood. He is recuperating at home.
SHIRLEY SHAY, UNIT 318 – We extend our sympathy to Al and family on the passing of
Shirley on June 29.
DENNY KRON, UNIT 467 – We are sorry to announce that Denny lost his struggle on July
22. Our sympathy is extended to Diane and her family at this time.
|NEWS FROM RHONDA RITTER AT THE TCM OFFICE
Phone: 941-722-8249 / FAX 941-722-9095
Susan Bradshaw will be here Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 8:00 to 12:00.
SOLICITORS: Can take real advantage of you. If someone comes to your door trying to sell
you a service, ask them to leave immediately. Promptly report the incident to the park
manager giving a description of the vehicle and the direction it leaves.
NEWSLETTER DEADLINE: Two days before the end of the month.
Archives PDF files:
PARK DIRECTORY: Any changes in the directory will be printed in this section of the
NEW ACTIVITY - Every Thursday from 4 till 6 p.m. - Social/Happy Hour at the clubhouse.
Bring finger food/appetizer to share and your own beverage and table service. Bid Euchre will
follow the social hour..
CONTINUING ACTIVITIES – Game Night on Friday nights at 6:30 is still being held and will
continue throughout the summer. Ice cream is served afterwards. Other activities that are
continuing are Pinochle on Tuesdays, Hand and Foot on Thursday, Poker on Thursday
evening, Exercise at 9:30 on Monday and Friday, and Bid Euchre on Thursday night when
enough is available to play.
Vol IV, Issue 8
TREASURER’S REPORT – NORM KURTZ:
• Our cash position remains mostly unchanged as our year to date (6/30/18) income
and expenses remain favorable to the budget.
• The only Park Betterment and/or Major Improvement recorded last month was for the
stripping and sealing of the clubhouse floors.
As a point of interest – Year to Date Park Maintenance Expenses amount to approximately
8% of our total expenses.
I hope that you all are having a great summer and look forward to seeing you in the fall. As
always, please let me know if you have any questions or would like more detail on the
financial condition of your association