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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:
The Park is getting quiet now; for those who have or are yet to travel north, we hope you have
arrived safely and that your northern home has opened up with no unexpected surprises.
The new air conditioning system has been installed in the Clubhouse and should keep us
cooled off for many years to come.
Anyone wishing to make changes to the exterior of their Terra Ceia home are reminded to fill
out the required request form available at the office.
To our full-time residents, I hope you enjoy the new Bocce ball court this summer!
We will have a new office manager for the summer while Rhonda is away. While we don't know
who it will be yet, the hours will be Monday, Wednesday and Friday 0800 to noon.
Wishing everyone a great summer!
|NEWS FROM THE REC. BOARD
Next Meeting: Monday, April 9, 9 a.m.
Meetings are open to all residents.
At the April 9th Rec. Board meeting, the Board voted to set aside $5,000 toward a future
storage unit to house bazaar items. The Board also voted to allow Theresa Chase to list large
items (couches, chairs, etc.) on Craig's List to maximize space in the laundry room.
The Board also voted to order 100 more recipe books to be ordered in September. The
books sell for $15 each. If interested in ordering 1 or more books (they make great Christmas
presents), please send your check to: Lola Berry, Treasurer, 5619 Bayshore Road, Lot 319,
Palmetto, Florida 34221. Profits from the books will accrue to the TCM Rec. Assn. treasury.
The next Board meeting will be held on November 9, 2018. To everyone up north and in the
park, have a healthy and pleasant summer! Judi Renkenberger, President
The following activities have been discontinued for the season:
Bid Euchre, Bingo, Bowling, Bridge, Craft Group, Euchre, Game Night, Garden Club,
Horseshoes, Ladies’ Golf, Mah Jongg, Men’s Golf, Pinochle, Poker, 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
DULCIMER GROUP – has been moved to 1 to 3 p.m. on Thursday. Questions? Call George
HAND & FOOT - is played on Thursday at 1 p.m. For additional information contact Jan Davis
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
TUESDAY, MAY 8 –There will be a meeting at 10:30 a.m. for all summer residents to plan
activities for the summer. Please plan to attend and bring any new ideas you might have. The
meeting will be held in the card room at the clubhouse..
MONDAY, MAY 28 – MEMORIAL DAY DINNER: A Memorial Day dinner will be held at 1:00
p.m. in the TCM clubhouse. Meat will be provided. Bring a covered dish to share and your
own table service. A sign-up sheet will be posted. Any questions call Rose Dander at 941-722-
MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Michigan Reunion will be held at Eaton Place Restaurant (owned
by the Davises), 218 S. Cochran Ave., Charlotte, MI at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 8.
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.
Please remember the following residents in your prayers: Joyce Frank, Unit 433; Rose
Dander, Unit 145;
KEN DONALDSON, UNIT 133 – after a multitude of tests, Ken has been diagnosed with stage
4 lung cancer. The back pain is caused by a tumor on his spine, pressing on the sciatic
nerve. He is in the midst of radiation treatments. The treatments have shrunk the back tumor
enough to give him some relief from the back pain. He will continue with chemo after the
radiation is complete. Our prayers are with you, Ken!
JIM GLANZ, FORMERLY OF UNIT 241 – We extend our sincere sympathy to Judy and family
on the passing of Jim on April 4.
SANDY THOMAS, UNIT 243 – suffered a broken arm and shoulder in a bicycle wreck on April
3. Sandy is recuperating at home. She is healing well and should not need surgery.
MAUREEN SMITH, UNIT 308 – suffered a fall in her home on April 14. After being checked
out by EMTs, she is doing well.
SHIRLEY MORLEY, UNIT 439 – went to the hospital on April 10 from a doctor’s appointment
suffering from congestive heart failure. She was released on April 13 and appears to be
JIM BAIRD, UNIT 447 – went to the hospital on April 12 with problems with his kidney
function. He was released on April 24 and is recuperating at home. They plan to start back
to Michigan on April 28.
JULIA NAUMAN, UNIT 453 – received a pacemaker on April 13 quite unexpectedly. She
returned home the next day and appears to be doing well.
CAROL HAWKINS, UNIT 464 – is continuing her roller coaster with her health. Since the last
newsletter, she has been the hospital, in rehab, and back in the hospital She seems to have
turned a corner and is hoping to be back in rehab in the next few days.
|NEWS FROM RHONDA RITTER AT THE TCM OFFICE
Phone: 941-722-8249 / FAX 941-722-9095
Starting June 4th through September 28, 2018, someone else will cover for me on Monday,
Wednesday, & Friday 8-12. Please make that person feel welcome. She will be able to call
me anytime on any matter that may come up. Dave & I hope each and every one of you has
a wonderful, and healthy summer. See you in the fall.
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: Our 2018/2019 park directory is now available to be picked up at the
office. Any changes in the directory will be printed in this section of the newsletter. Please
make the following changes to the new directory: Nancy Amato’s cell phone number is now:
607-227-0501; Unit 438, Gary Bisdorf (317-289-7441) & Marti Harmon (317-213-7696);
VARIETY SHOW REPORT: It was such a great show this year. A big thank you to all of
the participants. Everyone did a super job. Our profit was $950! Donna Burch
PLEASE NOTE: Although the can-crushing project has been discontinued for the summer,
you should still re-cycle beer and soda cans in the blue re-cycling bin.
THANK YOU: I’d like to express a huge thank you to all of the wonderful cooks at T.C.M who
have fed us for the last three weeks. My shoulder is healing fine. Sandy Thomas
Vol IV, Issue 5
TREASURER’S REPORT – NORM KURTZ:
• Our March Income and expenses were favorable as compared to the budget.
• Our cash position has increased for the month.
• In the interest of always improving our park, we spent $1,975 in Betterments and
Major Improvements. These include expenses related to the new Bocce Ball Court; a line
survey of 1st street; and the sealing of the pool deck area.
You are always welcome and encouraged to review any of the financials, and I would be
happy to answer any questions you may have.