Terra Ceia Manor Homeowners' Association
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Terra Ceia Manor Newsletter
JULY 2020
(Website: www.tcm-mobile-home-park.com)
Editor:  Calla Gonzalez; Printing:  Donna Burch and Rhonda Ritter

NEWS FROM THE CO-OP BOARD
Next B.O.D. Workshop: October 14, 9 a.m.
Next B.O.D. Monthly Meeting:  October 19, 9 a.m.
Meetings are open to TCM shareholders only.
PRESIDENT’S REPORT – DON FURNACE:  Hello everyone!  Another month has come and
gone! It's been very busy with the water project going on. This week, they will begin digging to
put in the water main around our park. After that is done, they will begin to hook up the new
water lines to our units.
The work on the storm drain on 2nd. Street began on June 2 and is complete.  Looks great.
On June 8th, we opened up the hall and the bathrooms. We opened card games with
guidelines to follow. Those are wearing masks, to cover both nose and mouth, gloves, no
food, and after the games are done for the night they have to wipe everything down. Fran
Ingallinera had an informational meeting before the games to explain the guidelines. Thank
you Fran!  I would also like to thank Rhonda and Dan Fuesting for their hard work with running
our office and heading up the water project! Thank you folks.
Last of all, we all know it is against park rules to feed stray cats and dogs. We now have a cat
and her kittens living on 3rd. Street. You people make it hard on the board when we have to
make arrangements to have them removed. They are a danger to the people of our park,
because these strays have had no shots and can carry diseases! I am making arrangements
to have this cat and kittens removed, and I will have them removed So please don't feed the
strays! Thank you! Have a wonderful summer and stay safe and healthy!


Editorial side note:  Since this report was received, the board
has closed all activities.  Please see the TCM Facebook page
and/or the TCM website for details.
NEWS FROM THE REC. BOARD
Next Meeting:  Monday, October 12, 9 a.m.
Meetings are open to
all residents.
ACTIVITIES

The following activities have been suspended either due to the coronavirus or end of season:  
Bible Study, Bid Euchre, Billiards, Bingo, Bowling, Bridge, Coffee Hour, Craft Club, Dulcimer
Group, Euchre, Exercise, Game Night, Garden Club, Hand & Foot, Horseshoes, Karaoke Night,
Ladies’ Golf, Ladies’ Luncheon, Mah Jongg, Men’s Golf, Pinocle, Poker, Shuffleboard, Social
Hour, Sunday Night Movies, and Wood Carving
BOCCE BALL – Continuing this activity is at each team leader’s discretion.  Be sure to wipe
down all surfaces.  Keep your distance and no more than 10 people present at one time.Margie
can be reached by calling  941-448-0702.
WATER AEROBICS – Organized water aerobics has ended until next season; however, feel
free to work on your own.  The CD and CD player are in the pool area.  For more information,
contact Bernie Reihl at 941-729-0696.

                                        UPCOMING EVENTS


2020-2021 TRAVEL CALENDAR -
Larry and Mary Thompson can be reached at their cell
phone number 937-418-1151.  No information is available at this time.  All dates and
itineraries are subject to change without notice.



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MARK YOUR CALENDAR:  MICHIGAN REUNION –
will be held on August 5 at the Eaton
Place Restaurant, 218 S. Cochran Ave., Charlotte, once again. RSVP to Deanne Davis at
517-543-6630 by August 1.
OHIO REUNION – will be held on August 19 at Tony’s Restaurant; 10280 West State Route
224; Findlay, Oh. starting at 3:00. Contact Mary Turner 419-236-9800.
TEA PARTY – LADIES’ LUNCHEON 2021:  We are planning a spring fling for the ladies’
luncheon in March 2021.  If you plan to attend, please bring a teacup, saucer and spring hats
to Florida next year.  Also, we are in need of teapots.  If you have one we can borrow, would
you let us know?  Sandy Hunter, 765-760-5330 or Pat Banks, 941-264-4757.  Thank you.
                                         LOVE & PRAYERS

Please remember the following residents in your prayers: Joe Timms, Unit 111, Jim
Searles, Unit 120 and Bruce Martin, Unit 242
JIM DUDGEON, UNIT 137 – was in the hospital for four days in May, during which time he
received a stent.  He has been released and is on his way to recovery.
JOHN SALEIRO, UNIT 147 – Our heart-felt sympathy goes out to Barb and family and friends
on the passing of John June.





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NEWS FROM RHONDA RITTER AT THE TCM OFFICE
Phone: 941-722-8249 / FAX 941-722-9095
e-mail: terraceia@verizon.net
We are blessed to have Manatee County coming on July 1 from 8:00 to 12:00 for FREE
Covid 19 Virus checks.  Looking forward to all of you to return back to TCM.  Have a
wonderful summer.  We miss you!
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:
-Printable version-

                                INFORMATION & THANK YOUs

PARK DIRECTORY –
The 2020-2021 directory is available to be picked up in the office.  The
first copy is free.  Any additional copies will cost $3.
TCM DANCE SCHEDULE FOR 2020-2021:  Saturday, December 30 (New Year’s Eve Eve),
featuring Tony Squirrel; Saturday, February 5, Happy Days.  Bring your bobby socks saddle
oxfords, and poodle skirts! Saturday, March 20, featuring Kevin Brooks.
All dances are from 7 to 10 p.m.  Bring a snack to share and bring your own beverage.  If you
have any questions, please call Pat Banks at 941-264-4757 or Joyce Everly at 941-723-9712.
TELEPHONE NUMBER CHANGE:  Jim Dudgeon’s number is 918-633-1930.
Vol VI, Issue 7
January 2020, Newsletter
February 2020, Newsletter
March 2020, Newsletter
April 2020, Newsletter
May 2020, Newsletter
June 2020, Newsletter
July 2020, Newsletter
TREASURER’S REPORT – TOM MCCOY: The report for June shows that we have an
unusual expense of $5400.00 for resetting the 2nd street storm drain, and we have
purchased a new $228.00 chainsaw for the Park.  I guess that will be available if anyone
needs to use it.  We are holding the line on normal expenses.  Our next big expense will be
the 2nd half for the new water lines.  That has been scheduled for the first part of July.  
Since I am not there, you guys will have to let me know when the water lines are done and
we can approve the payment.
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