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INSIDE
Nutrition and Health: Diabetes.......... A21 Political.............................................. B8
S E C T I ON A
REMINDER
Condo Mortgages.............................. A25 WPB Summer Show Schedule............ B12
President's Report............................... A2 Entertainment.................................. A27 Safety/Transportation....................... B14
Broadband: Comcast Falls Short........... A3 MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE B21
D E LE G AT E M E E T I N G
Honor Flight Photos.......................... A32 Legal................................................ B19
Editorial.............................................. A4 Library News..................................... B20
SEC TION B Friday 6/2/17
Delegate Assembly Minutes................. A5 Classified.......................................... B22
A Father's Day to Remember................ B2 Sports Page...................................... B23
9:30AM in the Theater
Credit Union Merger............................ A7
Alzheimer's: The Longest Day.............. A9
MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE B21
Ask Olivia............................................ B2
Read recent back issues at: Local Dining: Seasons 52................... B27
Hurricane Preparedness Guide........... A13 Need a Haircut?................................... B3 Norton Museum: Art After Dark......... B26 www.uco-reporter.blogspot.com
The Reader's Corner........................... A14 How Sweet it Is!.................................. B4 Faith and State: A Commentary......... B27
Clerk Bock's Financial Report............. A20 MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE B21
Email articles & comments:
Let Joe/Mary Do It............................... B5
ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com Around Century Village...................... B28
Organizational News........................... B6

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PAGE A2 | UCO REPORTER | JUNE 2017

The ATLANTIC BROADBAND


Presidents
Report A REALITY CHECK
By Dave Israel While putting to rest some false information
About On Demand Premium On Demand: The service complaints, and Atlantic "snowbird" charge of $5.00/month
TVsome misleading Atlantic Broadband offer includes Broadband has had some. As the for the unused summer months and
information corrected: HBO, therefore we will be receiving Comcast rep recently pointed out, for all-year residents a two-year by
Premium On Demand. AT NO too, despite the Village being a two-year commitment to Internet.
One of our residents, on an EXTRA CHARGE. "bulk" customer, Comcast cannot This is a major difference!
Internet Web Site, implied that More Movies: Find new releases guarantee the speed handling service
Atlantic Broadband required every week, plus a whole library of calls they provide for businesses. To conclude, a quick
TiVo at extra cost to obtain On- old favorites. overview of Atlantic
Demand programming. This is NOT Other reasons to go with Broadband:
A few supercritical residents have
CORRECT. Atlantic Broadband's
stated that TiVo only works with
Atlantic Broadband: Atlantic Broadband, a wholly
On Demand will work with any
Atlantic Broadband Internet, another Why else should we select Atlantic owned subsidiary of Cogeco Cable
modern cable box as well as TiVo, and
false statement. TiVo will work with Broadband? How about the signing Inc., is the ninth largest cable
Atlantic Broadband On Demand is
ANY Internet connectionethernet bonus, which is about $800K greater operator in the United States, based
free.
(wired), MoCa (wired through coax), than Comcast's? on the number of television service
Maybe you want to catch the latest
or wireless (Wi-Fi). A basic setup just How about no maintenance truck- customers served, so it is NOT
hit movie. Or spend a whole evening
needs your MODEM and router. roll fee, unlike Comcast's iniquitous SMALL. The company currently
watching back-to-back episodes
$60 fee for each service call if the provides TV, Internet and phone
of your favorite show. Whatever Atlantic Broadband's call is considered (in their judgment) services to approximately 300,000
you're in the mood for, it's yours rating: "customer education"? Atlantic television service customers located
in an instant at the push of the On
Someone made the assertion at Broadband allows unlimited service in five operating regions: western
Demand button.
a meeting of the Executive Board calls, no questions asked, at no Pennsylvania; Miami Beach;
that Atlantic Broadband was rated charge! Maryland/Delaware; Aiken, S.C.;
Hit TV shows: Catch up on the
show everyone is talking about. 1 out of 5. By whom, one wondersa And how about the fact that with and eastern Connecticut. Atlantic
Watch past episodes, back-to-back reliable source or someone with Atlantic Broadband we will get a Broadband is headquartered in
if you like. an axe to grind? A check with the brand new fiber-optic network, as Quincy, Massachusetts. It was
Better Business Bureau site showed opposed to the old Adelphia/Comcast formed by acquiring franchises from
Free movies: Value Plus and
that Atlantic Broadband is BBB wires currently in the ground, which Charter Communications in 2004.
more. TV customers get hundreds
rated A-plus! It was also noted that a Comcast would be using? On July 18, 2012, it was announced
of commercial-free movies at no
additional cost. composite score rating gave Atlantic Finally, how about Atlantic that Cogeco would be purchasing
Broadband (Miami), LLC, 3.68 out of Broadband's offer to allow customers Atlantic Broadband for US $1.36
Family Programming: Tons of
5 stars. to start and stop Internet service at billion.
shows for kids and movies for the
No service is perfect. It is well will for no extra charge? Comcast I say it's time for a change.
whole family.
known that Comcast has had many will not do this. They insist on a

COMPARISON
COMPARISON COMPARISON OF SERVICES AND RATES
OF SERVICES
OF SERVICES
AND RATES
AND RATES

PROVIDER
PROVIDER
>>>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>>>>
ATLANTIC
ATLANTIC COMCAST
COMCAST
BROADBAND
BROADBAND

SERVICE
SERVICE
TIER TIER HD DIGITAL
HD DIGITAL
PLUSPLUS
- 300+- 300+
CHANNELS
CHANNELS
HD DIGITAL
HD DIGITAL
PREFERED
PREFERED
- 180+- 180+
CHANNELS
CHANNELS
HBO, HBO,
EPIX,EPIX,
STARZ,
STARZ,
ENCOREENCORE 50 MUSIC
50 MUSIC
CHANNELS,
CHANNELS,
HBO HBO

EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT 1 HD 1
DVR,
HD DVR,
2 HD 2
DTAs
HD DTAs 1 X1 DVR,
1 X1 DVR,
1 X1 COMPANION,
1 X1 COMPANION,
1 HD 1
DTA
HD DTA

BULKBULK
VIDEO
VIDEO
RATERATE $29.00
$29.00 $28.99
$28.99

TERMTERM
OF AGREEMENT
OF AGREEMENT
10 YEARS
10 YEARS 10 YEARS
10 YEARS

ANNUAL
ANNUAL
INCREASE
INCREASE $1.25$1.25
FIXEDFIXED 3% 3%

COMMON
COMMON
AREAAREA MULTIPLE
MULTIPLE
ACCOUNTS
ACCOUNTS
+ + 78 VIDEO
78 VIDEO
OR INTERNET
OR INTERNET
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi
HOTSPOTS
HOTSPOTS
COURTESY
COURTESY
ACCOUNTS
ACCOUNTS
3 COMMUNITY
3 COMMUNITY
CHANNELS
CHANNELS 2 COMMUNITY
2 COMMUNITY
CHANNELS
CHANNELS

OPTIONAL
OPTIONAL
INTERNET
INTERNET
100 MBIT
100 MBIT
@ $21.99
@ $21.99
INCLUDING
INCLUDING
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi
75 MBIT
75 MBIT
@ $26.99
@ $26.99
INCLUDING
INCLUDING
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi
WITHWITH
MODEMMODEM
$27.00
$27.00 MODEM
MODEM
INCLUDED.
INCLUDED.
OPTIONALTELEPHONE
OPTIONALTELEPHONE $25.00
$25.00 $25.00
$25.00
TRUCK
TRUCK
ROLLROLL
FEE FEE NONE,
NONE,
FREEFREE
MAINTENANCE
MAINTENANCE $60.00
$60.00
CUSTOMER
CUSTOMER
REP. REP. ON SITE
ON SITE
SERVICE
SERVICE
CENTER
CENTER COMMUNITY
COMMUNITY
ACCOUNT
ACCOUNT
REP. REP.
SEASONAL
SEASONAL
HOLDHOLD YES YES YES YES

SIGNING
SIGNING
BONUS
BONUS $450 $450
PER UNIT
PER UNIT
= $3,534,300
= $3,534,300 $350 $350
PER UNIT
PER UNIT
= $2,748,900
= $2,748,900

REMARKS
REMARKS SELECTION
SELECTION
OF OPTIONAL
OF OPTIONAL
INTERNET
INTERNET
SELECTION
SELECTION
OF OPTIONAL
OF OPTIONAL
INTERNET
INTERNET
BRINGS
BRINGS
VOICE
VOICE
COMMAND
COMMAND
TiVo T-6.
TiVo T-6.
BRINGS
BRINGS
VOICE
VOICE
COMMAND
COMMAND
XFINITY
XFINITY
X1. X1.
RECORD
RECORD
6 PROGRAMS
6 PROGRAMS
AT ONCE.
AT ONCE.RECORD
RECORD
6 PROGRAMS
6 PROGRAMS
AT ONCE.
AT ONCE.
JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A3

Albert Einstein: "The measure of intelligence is the ability to change."

BROADBAND
COMCAST FINAL OFFER FALLS SHORT
BY LANNY HOWE

TV and Internet Prices Now the Same (within a penny) but


Atlantic Broadband Terms and Benefits Are Superior
At the May 5 Delegate Assembly it's whom "they consider at fault." Comcast's final word on anything about 15% to the quoted AB/CC
(DA), as most CV residents TV will cost $28.99/month will be! rates to cover taxes and fees.
probably know by now, the with Comcast; $29.00/month with Again there's a little plus with
delegates voted 81 to 80 to accept ABvirtually the same. If you AB. Their Internet is 100 Mbit
Atlantic Broadband's 10-year TV- get ONLY TV, you will get a voice (larger capacity), while Comcast's Concerns about Atlantic
Internet-Phone service proposal. remote from either company, plus is 75 Mbit. Broadband:
This set the stage for Atlantic "On Demand" and Premium "On Concerns about Atlantic
Broadbandwhich needs 24 Demand." Premium On Demand Broadband have mostly centered
months to get its brand-new fiber- carries HBO and other premium About modems: around the relative newness of
optic cable to the Village and all channels we don't get now. See Now a word about modems. the company, their ability to get
installations here completed Dave Israel's column in this issue You can buy a modem for their fiber-optic cable here with
to submit their final, attorney- for more information on this. roughly anywhere from $75 to all unit installations completed
approved contract to us, and With AB there's a little plus for
$300, depending on quality and by June 2019, and the fact our
they have complied. Copies of our Canadians. They include one how good a bargain you can contract with them will run to
the contract were sent by e-mail Canadian channel, while Comcast find. Modems are not generally June 2029, about 18 months
on May 21 to about a thousand includes none. Another little plus thousand dollar items. The after a CC contract would have
residents, many of whom are is AB's three community TV trouble, however, with buying ended. There is a legitimacy to
delegates, and copies are available channels as opposed to Comcast's your own modemand therefore these concerns, but they have
at the UCO office for those who two. expecting AB or CC to lower its been carefully considered by the
want to study them before the monthly Internet feeis that Broadband Committee over a
June 2 Delegate Assembly. Further modems, like all computer devices, period of two years and responded
copies will of course be available Internet: are constantly being upgraded, to (AB, with its parent company
at the DA. Internet is optional and the and first thing you know, you Cogeco, is NOT that small; AB
price within a penny (again!) with may need the upgrade. It makes has impressed the Committee
both companies ($26.99/month more sense to this writer to simply with its determination and realistic
Comcast's new offers for Comcast, $27.00/month for accept AB's and CC's "modem assessment of the time required to
disappointing: AB). However, there's a "BUT" included" monthly charges than bring cable here; etc.). It should
Although both Atlantic with Comcast. If you drop your try to work a deal with them. also be noted that with AB, we
Broadband (AB) and Comcast Internet service, it may cost you are getting brand-new fiber cable,
(CC) had long known we needed to extra to resume the service. How not the old cable in the ground
wrap up negotiations this spring, much? Well, if you are a true About phone service: since the old days with Adelphia
we suspected Comcast might "snowbird," $5.00 a month for the Phone serviceoptional and and Comcast. Delegates should
make one last (very late) proposal unused, mostly summer months. 24/7 throughout the US and bear in mind that the Broadband
before the June DA, and they did But if you stop the service for Canadais available for $25/ Committee unanimously favored
on May 19. They made only two a longer period, you then can month from either AB or Comcast. the AB proposal, and not only the
concessions, quite disappointing, resume for only "renewable" two- Some residents will want this, but Committee: The UCO officers also
really: dropping their TV monthly year periods, the details of which some will not, because they use unanimously endorsed AB, the
charge to ONE CENT below that seemed to be a little murky.This, exclusively cell phones or prefer UCO Reporter staff did the same,
of AB's and agreeing to have a by the way, is only one reason another company's phone service, and the Executive Board was 15-3
service team onsite during the why the Broadband Committee perhaps one such as AT&T's that in favor. Those are very strong
deployment period only (AB, by wanted final attorney-approved provides POTS telephone service. recommendations, a part of this
contrast, has agreed to have techs contracts in hand several days POTS (stands for "plain old having come from getting to know
onsite during the whole ten years BEFORE the June DA. AB has telephone service") uses a single the principals in each company in
of the contract). provided this while Comcast low-voltage copper line for both almost endless discussions. After a
Except for during the initial would not. It appears very much the power and communications while, you get a sense of a person's
installment period, Comcast will that Comcast is playing a waiting components . It is the least likely integrity.
still charge $60 for any service game, calculated to force AB out of phone system to fail in a storm or Your UCO representatives have
call they consider the fault of the competition for lack of time to cyber emergency. By the way, when done their job faithfully. Now it is
the resident, while AB charges bring their fiber-optic here. Then, comparing ANY of the quoted up to you, the delegates.
NOTHING, no matter who is "at of course, with no signed contract, rates by AB or CC with your
fault." Note that with Comcast, all bets are off concerning what current provider's coverage, add
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company?contract. Who will be Co-Editor.........................................Myron Silverman
at this meeting to vote for your TUESDAY 20 INSURANCE UCO 1O:00AM
association? Are you a delegate? Co-Editor.................................................... Joy Vestal WEDNESDAY 21 STUDIO 63 & REPORTER UCO 9:30AM
At the last Assembly, a few people Associate Editors.............................. Anita Buchanan, THURSDAY 22 BIDS UCO 10:00AM
who thought they were delegates
complained that they were not Lanny Howe, Ruth Dreiss, Bobbi Levin TUESDAY 27 OPERATIONS UCO 10:00AM
allowed to vote. Do you know Office Manager......................................David Givens THURSDAY 29 OFFICERS UCO 10:00AM
why? It is because their names SENIORS VS CRIME MONDAY 1-3PM UCO
Advertising Manager...............................Phil DePaul
were not on their Associations
official list of Delegate and Sports..........................Irwin J. Cohen & Sam Milham WED. 1-3PM
Alternates or they were listed as Copy Editor...........................................Andre Legault FRIDYA 10AM-NOON
an officer but not as a delegate or
alternate. Copy Editor.............................................Jody E. Lebel
Each building must send an
up-to-date list of all its officers
Copy Editor.............................................. Bobbi Levin
UCO OFFICERS
to the UCO Office following its Production...........................................................OPS
President David Israel
annual meeting. The form is Photography..............Frank Stagliano , Kate Odorado
always available in the lobby of Vice Presidents
Circulation....................... Seacrest, Pruitt, Gallagher,
the UCO Office. Please PRINT Joy Vestal Ed Black Stew Richland Bob Marshall
all the information requested and CMC
imprint the Association seal on Treasurer
Staff.............................. Diane Andelman, Lillian Lam
the bottom left corner. Usually, Corresponding Secretary Bobbi Levin
the president of the Association Irv Rikon, Ginger Veglia
Recording Secretary John Hess
is the delegate with other owners Lenore Velcoff, Mary Patrick Silverman
designated as alternates. The
form also asks for your CERT
contact person. It is important EXECUTIVE BOARD
to designate a delegate and Herb Finkelstein Jack Adams
alternates who are here all year Mary Patrick George Franklin
so that your Association is Phyllis Richland Christine Armour
represented at meetings held
Suzie Byrnes Dom Guarnagia
during the summer.
George Pittell Jean Komis
Votes are taken every month at
George Loewenstein Carlos Nunez
the Delegate Assembly. You are the
Board of Directors. You make the Michael Rayber Lori Torres
decisions on all issues involving Louise Warner Carole Szepesi
our Village. Dont just sit around David Boas
and complain if you dont like the
way things are being run. Its Up
1 Year Term
The UCO Reporter is a monthly publication
To You, the residents, to voice your distributed within Century Village in West Marilyn Pomerantz
comments, complaints, and then Palm Beach. It is the official publication of
Esther Sutofsky
Century Village. For advertising information,
YOU VOTE. But, you vote only
if youre on the official listing of
please call 561-299-9908. Editorial and Marcia Ziccardy
Advertisement submissions are welcome, but
Delegates and Alternates on file subject to editing at the publisher's discretion
in the UCO Office. and publisher may decline to publish any
submission. Facts and statements expressed
in the editorial content are not necessarily

Myron Silverman,
those of the UCO Reporter. All content is EDITORIAL POLICY
copyrighted and may not be reprinted, copied
UCO Reporter Co-Editor or reproduced without written permission The UCO Reporter promises to continue its long held beliefs that this
from the Publisher. 2015.
Joy Vestal, publication will print articles to inform our residents of the important issues
UCO Reporter Co-Editor concerning our Village. We promise to seek the truth and to print both sides
of an issue, to open dialogue to inform our readers, not to create controversy.
We promise to listen to your concerns and to treat all our residents with
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JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A5

UCO Delegate Assembly Minutes


M AY 5 , 2 017
The meeting was called to order at Peyton McArthur, Port office to correct the mistake. Look Several residents voiced their
9:30 AM by President David Israel. Commissioner for an article in the UCO Reporter concerns, pro and con, on Atlantic
PBSO, Captain Palenzuela, led Peyton just sent an E-mail to about this issue. Broadband and on Comcast.
the delegate assembly in the Pledge George Webb, the County Engineer Bobbi Levin Every Association
of Allegiance. on the Right on Red situation just should update its official Officer/ Concerns were bandwidth speed,
discussed. He reported the Water Delegate form on file in the UCO capacity and, availability; billing
Attendance Dept. will be continuing with the Office. procedures, dependability,
David Israel - President upgrade of utilities for the next 4 Joy Vestal- 2 WW II vets are delivering service on time,
Bob Marshall - Vice President years. A short discussion was held scheduled for the May 20th Honor savings, new fiber cable, service
Stewart Richland - Vice President on the direct insertion valves being Flight. There have been $9500 in call expense, comparisons from
Joy Vestal - Vice President discontinued. donations from CV. Our bus company internet searches, etc, etc.
John Hess - Recording Sec. is providing the transportation to the
Greg Langowski, serves as airport for the Vets when departing 160 still present for quorum. Vote
Bobbi Levin - Corresponding Sec.
Regional Director for Sen. Marco for DC and will be providing a bus taken by show of delegates slips.
This meeting is being videotaped Rubio. for residents going to the airport 81 in favor of motion for Atlantic
by UCO, and recorded by Ed His jurisdiction cover Palm Beach for the return home reception. Act Broadband, only majority of
Grossman County, The Treasure Coast, and II community Theater is presenting voters needed, Motion passed.
Okeechobee County and the office Song of War and Remembrance
assists with a litany of concerns May 28, 7:00 PM, proceeds going to
Guests ,social security, Medicare, IRS, the Honor Flight . Committee Reports
PBSO Captain Palenzuela and Identity Theft, etc. John Hess-Reminded all of
Hurricane Season returning. Committee reports are in the
Lt. J. Hill, Port Commissioner packet.
Peyton McArthur, Greg Langowski, Mike Pratt, Appraisers Office Stewart Richland- Bike safety. Be
representing Senator Marco Rubio, He reminded all that they are here aware when passing bikes on roadway
and Mike Pratt from the Appraisers on the first Thursday of each month, near curves. Please dont feed the Good of the Order
Office. to handle Homestead tax, answer wildlife. Thanks To the Cam!!,
your questions, etc. New appraisal Donald Foster, for his assistance in Waldman has received approval
valuations will soon be out (august); handling residents problems. for drainage PRPC wants to resubmit
PBSO Report you have 25 days after receiving them, CAM, Donald Foster Missing drainage denial. request-opposed
to protest findings. A residents and damaged signs are on a list for Concrete repairs - several
Lt. Hill Reported a good month, reminder of the need to correct the attention (Camden J added) association probably need concrete
only two burglaries reported, an error of 1983 construction date on All irrigation pump stations repairs. An engineer will be need to
unlocked auto, missing jewelry some appraisals. are being refurbished. A swale has determine what is needed and will be
and medicine. There were three been added/improved at Waltham required to remedy deficiencies. The
Fraud scams reported. Traffic to improve drainage. White Fly expense falls with the associations.
tickets arent paid over the phone Minutes pesticide treatment on Palm trees, A sign is needed for Grove Street
using Gift Cards. Check your bank dont eat coconuts. The hole in the Comcast has a rep, Seth Parker,
acct. regularly, also credit cards, for The minutes were accepted as
presented. fence at the Haverhill entrance will here, in the UCO office, twice a
irregular charges/activity. Traffic be repaired as soon as permits are month 1st and 3rd Friday, to take
issues are less with the snowbirds issued. A big THANK YOU to Bob care of any problems, billing, etc.
leaving. Presidents Report Rivera! for painting the sign on the
Captain Palenzuela The visiting laundry building. Phyllis Richland made a motion
dignitaries take a lot of resources and David Israel reported the
to adjourn, Ed Grossman seconded.
time, nevertheless the crime report condition of drainage pipe going
Adjourned 11:30 AM.
looks good. Hurricane season is under Fairway Street, leading to New Business
coming Be Prepared. He received a Southampton. Part of the pipe is on
Respectfully Submitted,
question on No Right turn on Red golf course property. A resolution is
being sought. However it would be
Atlantic Broadband John Hess, Recording Secretary
at Haverhill entrance. Department Contract
of transport handles stop lights in UCOs best interest to repair the
however, requests for changes in section that is on UCO property to George Franklin made a motion:
traffic lights may be made to the prevent damage that could occur by to recommend accepting the Atlantic
county engineers delaying repair. Broadband contract for the T.V.
cable services to Century Village.
The motion was seconded by David
Attendance Officers Report Givens.
There are 164 delegates in Bob Marshall- No one should be
attendance. Quorum met. receiving an AMR bill, if you do, it
One hour was allotted for
is an error. You should bring it to discussion/debate on the motion.

The
DANGER Alligator
They are not pets. Surfaces
ALLIGATORS are
dangerous creatures. Again
Don't think your Letter to the Editor by Rosemarie Fuentes
children and pets are The alligator surfaced again in the fifty minutes.

safe. Remember the


lake near us the morning of April 26. In the morning of July 10, 2016,
I was taking photos of the birds I also saw and took photos of an
terrible tragedy at near the street by the bridge. Later, I alligator.
noticed that a moorhen was making a Last year, my friend called and
Disney. ALLIGATORS sound near the lake and was looking told me that she was afraid to go out
are here in our Village. to the water. Other birds came, too. at night because of the alligators. She
That was the first time I heard that added that one was seen also by their
Don't feed them and sound from a moorhen. I continued place. She stopped watching movies/
don't get near them. taking pictures by the bridge.
When I looked again to the lake,
shows at the clubhouse at nighttime.
She asked if something could be done
I saw the head of the alligator. It to remove the alligators.
stayed in the lake for more or less
PAGE A6 | UCO REPORTER | JUNE 2017

UCO OFFICER'S REPORTS


dumpster is closed. The hurricane
season is almost here. Survey your
property for any debris that could
cause damage. Check with your older
residents to ensure they have all that
is necessary in place to keep them
safe.
As usual I am in my office every
day and will welcome one and all
with whatever issue you may have.
My extension at the UCO office is
#105. Come in and let's talk.
Joy Vestal Bob Marshall S. Richland
Cambridge Canterbury Berkshire Camden Andover Bedford
Chatham Dorchester Hastings Salisbury Golfs Edge Greenbrier
Kent Northampton Somerset Wellington Kingswood Oxford,
Sussex Windsor Southampton Dover

This paper marks the halfway Hello. Once again, I want to Over the last few weeks I have
mark for the year 2017. It doesnt remind you of the article written by attended meetings at UCO in which
seem possible that time goes by so Lanny Howe in this issue on AMR, the discussion topic mostly focused
quickly. It surely has been a busy what is covered and what isn't, and on issues dealing with problems that
year so far. We have two new VPs the difference between AMR and Fire associations are coping with. A major
and, along with those of us finishing
our remaining terms, we have been
and Rescue. Read it- it is important concern seems to be related to how Ed Black
information. the association is managed. A basic
attending meetings, watching the A quick look at the calendar assumption for all condo owners to Coventry Easthampton
progress of our village, and trying tells me that the invasion of the understand is that board members Norwich Plymouth
our best to help you. In addition to grandkids is about to begin. This is are all volunteers who live in their
the Broadband Committee meetings, Sheffield Stratford
a wonderful time to have all of your building and want to help make
there are the regularly scheduled Waltham
electronic gadgets ready for them by sure their investment is protected.
meetings with the Insurance, Bids, replacing batteries so they are ready In a perfect world, these volunteers Our vendor has all the buses in
Communications, Advisory, and
to use again. Don't forget to stock will work together to ensure a joint service and all are using Propane
Officers Committees and many
up a supply of batteries! cooperative effort to make this goal now. Resident responses have been
more. Added to this hectic schedule,
UCO President David Israel has been Now, what to do on the second achievable. However, we know that we good with all equipment installed
having neighborhood meetings day of the visit?. do not live in a perfect world and thus save the ID Swipe reader. Even the
with buildings split into the I'm suggesting a trip or trips to therein lies the rub. We know that Stops show the intersection rather
quadrants that the vice presidents some of the the nature centers in the many unit owners are only concerned than the building nearest. We also
are responsible for. These meetings County. about what impacts them personally. hope to begin some new excursion
are relaxed, informative, and Okeeheelee Nature Center, 7715 It is difficult sometimes for a board runs to different locations for anyone
friendly. We encourage you to bring Forest Hill Blvd., is very easy to access member to act dispassionately on one interested. We encourage anyone
any subject, gripe, or maybe even a and offers many things to do for all issues that impact all unit owners. with suggestions to contact Lorrie of
compliment, when your building is ages. However, it is important when you me so we may provide more choices
called to participate. The feedback Green Cay Nature Center & are a board member not to get stuck
each month during the off season.
is very positive and you know what Wetlands, 12800 Hagen Ranch on trivial matters and stick to the big
The honor flight was handled very
else? There are great snacks, too! Road, Boynton Beach, is another very issues. Board members need to think
John Hess, Recording Secretary, is well by our new bus company and
interesting site to visit. beyond their personal opinions and
the person responsible for setting the Still another is Wakodahatchee ask themselves Is this good for their they made our participants feel
dates. If you havent heard from him Wetlands, 493-6000, at 13026 Jog building and not just for them as an comfortable.
yet, call the UCO office, 683-9189 Road, Delray Beach. This wetland individual? As a board member you My Association has updated
and leave a message for him. is very popular for birdwatchers and are representing everyone. I urge all our Articles of Incorporation and
On a personal note I want to nature photography. board members to recognize that Declaration to bring our documents
thank everyone in our Village for Once these sites have been visited their main obligation is to ensure that into the 21st century. The model
their overwhelming support of the and you need more info come to the you have done all that is necessary documents, you may be relying on, are
Honor Flight. I have received a note office and get a copy of the Guide to keep your building in proper from many years ago and are not in
from the Director of the South to Services. This is a publication repair and provide for the necessary compliance with those changes made
East Honor Flight thanking us by Chapter 718 or court decisions
available from the County funds to cope with expected and
for the tremendous outpouring of
Commission. unexpected upkeep and repairs. I will over the last 15 or more years. We
donations. What did I say? Well,
this is Century Village, We Want to focus on some of the responsibilities updated the Articles one year and the
Thank Our Vets For Their Service! Need more info? of board members in the future. rest in the next year. Please speak to
We will never forget them! Tell the little one to GOOGLE IT! Please do not feed the animals. your attorney to make certain your
Make sure that the bar on your documents are brought up to date.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR


BINGO CANCELLED Duck Tales: Part 2
In the April edition of the UCO
by the United States Center for
Disease Control: this agency found
no evidence that Muscovy ducks or
Reporter I found an article that their droppings represent any health
from was disturbing: "DUCK TALES."
The person that wrote this article,
threat to human beings. I like to
know if the approval for removal of
Thomas Kansas (Andover L), claims: this ducks is true and when was it
"I would like to commend the signed and by whom.
July 5th August 30th Century Village Board members for
approving the mandate to remove
Sincerely

the Muscovy ducks from the Century Joseph Scammacca

See You Again on Village campus." Then he claimed


that these ducks are carriers of Editors Note: The decision to remove
dangerous viruses, etc. My question the ducks was made by Eva Rachesky,
is: WHY WAS THE REMOVAL OF Vice President, WPRF
Wednesday, September 6th THESE DUCKS APPROVED? AND
WHEN? No public health is at risk
around these Muscovy ducks. Stated
JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A7

A Credit Union Merger Program and


Comes to Our Century Services Committee
Village Neighborhood Century Village, WPB
BY RUTH BERNHARD -DREISS STEW RICHLAND
If you are a depositor in Mackinac the accounts are written to obtain For those Village residents our residents, their visiting families,
Savings Bank, by now you have the most insurance -- no different who have ever wondered why the and children, please DO NOT FEED
received a notice that they will from the present. restrooms, pools, showers water these predators. When family is
soon merge with IBM Southeast National Credit Union Share fountains, phones etc. are kept in visiting always keep your eye on the
Employees' Credit Union (IBMSECU) Insurance Fund is the federal fund good repair, you must thank the little ones. DO NOT allow them to
and the merger is expected to be created by Congress in 1970 to Program and Services Committee for walk off by themselves or permit them
completed on May 31, 2017. insure members' deposits in federally this. This committee is comprised to stroll close to the waters edge. We
Mackinac Savings Bank has been insured credit unions, National of a small group of volunteers also have a large duck population.
in our neighborhood well over 20 Credit Union Association (NCUA). that inspect our pools to ensure They are very self-sufficient. They
years, having been established in the Administered by the National Credit that they are maintained at the don't require to have their diets
early 1990's and serving Century Union Administration, it provides highest standards. In addition, our supplemented by some of our over-
Village, Cypress Lakes, Golden members with at least $250,000 of committee inspects the main Club zealous residents. Please refrain from
Lakes and other communities. I was insurance at a federally insured credit House and the Hastings complex feeding these animals. Duck Island
among the first depositors in West union. The Share Insurance Fund is to report an conditions that require is a very nice place to have a picnic.
Palm Beach, having first become a backed by the full faith and credit maintenance. Our goal is to make All we ask of those residents that use
customer in Boynton Beach. I have of the United States. Credit union sure that our residents will always this facility is to clean up after use.
known the three smiling faces at members have never lost a penny have a positive experience when Pool people. Please report any
the front desk for all of these years of insurance savings at a federally using the recreational facilities in abuses of the facility. If you have
-- Betty, Jim and Manager Jeff, who insured credit union. The Share our Village. issues, tell the pool committee
are always ready to help with your Insurance Fund maintains at or At our monthly meeting we person and they will respond to
banking needs. near 1.30% of federally insured credit discussed two very important issues your concerns. Just a reminder, when
I have heard resident comments union deposits. By law, federally that require all residents be aware. As entering or exiting the pool areas
about the safety of the union when insured credit unions maintain 1% of we all know , Century Village is home make sure that you close the gate.
the merger takes place because funds their deposits in the Share Insurance to some dangerous predators. Yes, Please extend kudos to our
will no longer be FDIC insured. Fund, and the NCUA Board can levy we have alligators on our property. volunteers when you see them
While FDIC will no longer apply, a premium, if necessary. When they reach a certain size we walking around the pools and the
funds will still be insured to the Funds are as well protected in hire specialists to remove them from club houses.
same extent -- $250,000 per account this credit union merger as they were our waterways. For the protection of
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There has never been an Alzheimer survivor


The Longest Day, June 21, 2017
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R A I S E M O N E Y T O M OV E T H E
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C AU S E F O R WA R D
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Set a dollar goal you wish to reach. Each B E N E F I T S T H O S E A F F E C T E D BY
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We invite YOU to participate on this most STEP 4 The Alzheimer's Association recognizes that
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P L A N YO U R DAY
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or someone living with Alzheimer's, or someone day, that works with your schedule.
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SERVICES
The Need for Increased Reserves Due to Aging Structures
Maintenance cooled by afternoon downpours. above the existing cap is required than be cleaned out with a
Asphalt roofing being cooked by on both sides of every ascending / narrower opening to create a
By Dom Guarnagia temperatures in excess of 140 degrees descending condition. dovetail-effect that will hold the
Fahrenheit from inside the attic Those condos that have their Air repair material from falling out.
NO! Im not where poor ventilation produces heat Cracks smaller than 1/4 require
referring to the Conditioner below the window,
that drives the oil out of the roofing, have no opportunity to convert to the filling with a quality silicone
residents but leading to premature failure. Code (paintable) caulking prior to a coat
rather to the Central AC. Cold air is heavy and
revisions over the past several years falls to the floor requiring fans of sealer (rolled or sprayed) and
residences they have changed regarding the grade of at least one coat of finish paint
live in. Our to lift the heavy air up and move
asphalt shingle needed for shallow- it about. Single-glazed windows applied.
buildings were pitched roofs. The current Code
erected in the that are inefficient at retaining Masonry repairs to steps, ramps
requires shingles that can withstand the conditioned air inside from and concrete walkways on both
late 1960s or early 1970s in a climate a gust of 130 M.P.H.; an increase
quite different than the parts of being influenced by the air outside the first or second floors, as well as
from that which passed last time are cause for operating the AC railings and balusters, require the
America from which we came to around. The new weight per square
Florida. Those things that we for longer periods. However, FPL inspection and specifications from
(100 SF) is 300 LB. has quite low rates per kilowatt a Licensed Structural Engineer
observe today, passing by new homes Things that satisfied an
in various stages of completion, in a hour that offsets the operation of as well as PBC permitting before
abbreviated building code, in use cooling. Though quite expensive, repairs can be initiated.
climate rife with high temperatures during the period of construction,
combined with very high humidity High-Impact/therma lly-gla zed Changes in grade, i.e., steps up or
are leading to increases in Slips and windows are the norm in todays
and frequent downpours, soaking Falls resulting from some of the down require bright yellow paint
the exposed structures that leave the buildings. With the forecast of less to bring attention to the first step
following things that do not meet frequent but more intense storms
remnants of mold behind realize the todays PBC Building Code. and aid in avoiding a tripping
exact conditions existing during the in the future, reserves to add these hazard.
The existing concrete railing cap windows throughout the building
construction of Century Village. that is provided to finish the top The cost of repairs may seem
Living in a semi-tropical would be advantageous.
of the external stairways has a overwhelming but ignoring them
environment has the effect of profile of 5 across and 4 tall; a The process of painting the will lead to performing the tasks
decreasing the lifespan of our homes combined four surfaces of 18. The masonry exterior of the building(s) later with increased wear and tear
due to weathering; the action of current Code calls for a graspable is important and should be and perhaps be carried out after
masonry walls being heated to surface of 7. On each side of the performed on a rotating eight (8) someone is injured. Begin now to
temperatures reaching well above stairway, a weather resistant pipe year cycle. It is equally important assess and create line items in your
100 degrees Fahrenheit being quickly railing of 2 diameter raised that openings and cracks larger reserves.

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WHAT TO DO IN AN EMERGENCY
What is AMR and How Does it Work?
BY LANNY HOWE
WHEN THERE IS AN Fire-Rescue does. If while in transit a combination of the two.
EMERGENCY AND YOU NEED person should become life-threatened,
HELP, CALL 911. THATS THE their personnel are equipped to What if you are transported
MOST IMPORTANT THING TO handle this. by the Red Truck? Who pays?
REMEMBER AND REALLY ALL Transport by the Red Truck is
YOU NEED TO REMEMBER. NOT covered by your UCO dues.
Who is covered by the UCO
THE REST, INCLUDING THE Fire Rescue willor shouldfirst
contract with AMR: try to collect from any insurance
FOLLOWING QUESTIONS AND
Any Village condo owner or renter you havethrough an employer,
ANSWERS, CAN BE SORTED
who is here on a full-time basis is your own insurance, through
OUT LATER.
covered under the UCO contract Medicare Part B (Part A does not
with AMR. You pay AMR nothing. cover ambulance service), through a
The purpose of this article is to
A portion of your monthly condo Medicare Advantage program such as
answer the following frequently
dues (the portion marked UCO Humana, and/or through a Medicare
asked questions:
supplemental (Medigap)
insurance policy. You are
What is the procedure to AMR is the largest ambulance provider responsible for whatever is not
follow in the Village in an in the nation . . . . Their vehicles have same. Residents are covered if either
covered by the insurance(s)
emergency? AMR or Medics does the transport.
paramedics-EMTs on board just as Fire- you have.
What is the difference
between the red truck that
Rescue does. If while in transit a person Answers to some other 4. How much does ambulance
comes out (Fire-Rescue) should become life-threatened, their questions: transport to a nearby hospital
typically cost? The cost can run
and the AMR (American personnel are equipped to handle this. 1. Return from the several hundred dollars, even as
Medical Response) vehicle
hospital: This is almost much as a thousand, which does not
that sometimes comes out
always NOT covered by AMR. On include the portion paid for the Red
a few minutes later? ambulance, amounting to only the rare occasion when someone
Truck by taxes. If you have Medicare
Assuming you are transported about $1.50) pays for AMR coverage. is transported home by ambulance, Part B, 80 percent of the charge is
to a hospital, which service will For the money, it cant be beat, says AMR will cover the transport. They usually covered. If you have a good
be used and to what extent is it UCO vice president Bob Marshall. must first confirm the medical Medigap supplementary insurance
covered by your UCO dues? Because AMR is a large company necessity with the sending hospital.
plan, the remaining 20 percent
and it is an unusual thing for a
What might you or your insurance may be covered as well. If you have
community to cover the cost of AMR 2. Transfer from one hospital
provider be billed for? Medicare Advantage insurance (such
transportation, sometimes AMR to another: This is done only by
Who in the Village is covered makes a mistake and bills a covered as Humana, where you are limited
ambulance and is paid for by AMR to certain doctors and hospitals
owners, renters, guests? Village resident. Do not pay the bill! only if you are a covered CV resident
and must get approval in most
Contact Bob Marshall at UCO, and (full-time owner or renter) and are
cases from your primary physician
The procedure to follow: he will contact Sarah Kirkwood of going to a higher-level-of-care hospital.
to visit a specialist), check with
As stated above, always call 911 AMR, who will correct the error. It is If you were taken to the wrong them concerning their ambulance
first. This is Fire & Rescue. They best you visit Bob so he can see coverage. It is best in all cases
usually come out in a red truck from all your paperwork, so make Neither AMR, nor Medics, nor Fire Rescue to check with your insurance
the Okeechobee Fire-Rescue Station, an appointment with him by charge anything for assessing a patient. This provider.
which has direct access to the Village calling the UCO number: 683-
via their back gate and Glencoe 9189. You dont mind doing portion of Fire-Rescue's work is paid for out 5. Do you have to pay for
Street, which leads to our perimeter this for residents? I asked of everyones taxes. Fire-Rescue coming out
road. They can be here in about five Bob. Its what were here for when they do not transport
minutes from the time they get the at UCO, he explained. a person to the hospital?
call from their dispatch center. hospital initially, you are not covered No. You pay them nothing for their
There are usually 2-3 paramedics- What about guests? on that account, although AMR may assessment of the situation or any
EMTs on the Red Truck. Paramedics offer you a discounted charge. treatment they provide at your
are a step above EMTs in that they can If a guest needs emergency care, condo. Neither AMR, nor Medics,
give life support and medications. you still call 911, and if he or she 3. What is Medics? Medics is nor Fire Rescue charge anything
They make a determination as needs to be transported to a hospital, a sister company of AMR (American for assessing a patient. This portion
to whether the situation is life the decision to go by the Red Truck Medical Response). You dont usually of Fire-Rescue's work is paid for
threatening. If it is, they stabilize you or AMR is made in the same way by see Medics in the Village, but if out of everyones taxes. Charges
to the extent feasible at the scene and the Fire-Rescue personnel. If AMR Fire-Rescue should call AMR and are only incurred when the person
transport you in the Red Truck to transports, however, it is NOT free. a Medics vehicle arrives, everything is transported. And under no
the nearest hospital appropriate for AMR must be paid later either by is handled just as if it had been an circumstances should anyone, even a
your current condition. the guest or his insurance or by a AMR vehicle. The service remains the guest, be double-billed by both Fire-
Rescue and AMR.
If AMR is called in:
If the situation is assessed by Hopefully, this answers the
the Fire-Rescue personnel as NOT questions residents have concerning
life threatening but you should go 911, the Fire-Rescue red truck,
to the hospital, they will normally and AMR. Special thanks are due
call AMR, and AMR will transport to Sarah Kirkwood, of AMR, and
you. AMR usually arrives within 15 Bob Marshall, UCO vice president,
minutes of the call from Fire-Rescue for providing information for this
and will take you to the nearby article. To the best of our knowledge
hospital of your choiceprovided the above information is correct as
you are medically stable enough to of May 2017. It is obviously subject to
go there. change.
AMR is the largest ambulance Finally, remember: In an
provider in the nation, operating emergency the first thing to do is
in 42 states. Their vehicles have CALL 911! Do NOT call AMR
paramedics-EMTs on board just as directly.
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RESIDENTS
HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS
AND RESPONSE GUIDE

RESIDENTS must understand small denominations.


that in the event of a major storm Secure vital papers in water-proof
all emergency response personnel containers.
and services could be overwhelmed.
Check on neighbors to make sure
In the worst cases, emergency
they are prepared.
response times will not be measured
in minutes but rather hours or even Close all shutters and window
protection.
days. Electricity can be out for days.
Roads will be impassable for some Prepare safe room: Blanket, pillow,
time. Residents must be prepared. radio, prescriptions, documents
etc.
Residents must (listed in order
Follow safe procedures and
of importance): practices for operating residential
#1 Properly prepare for a major emergency generators, if
storm event. applicable.
#2
Help their neighbors both shutters and prepare your unit in separated. Identify out-of-area Freeze large bottles of water for
before and after the storm. the event of a Hurricane Watch family contact for status calls. use in fridge and later for drinking
#3 Communicate conditions after being declared. if necessary.
Identify your safe room.
the storm with their Association
and CERT representative who Check, turn over, and tap fire #2 Helping your neighbors
Year-round Residents should: extinguishers every six months.
will pass this information to The "Neighbor Helping
PRIOR TO THE START OF
UCO and the CERT (Team). Review your insurance policy Neighbor" Initiative
HURRICANE SEASON for coverage, exclusions and
Prepare or refresh their disaster Prior to the Storm check on your
AT NO TIME DURING THE supply kit. There are many
restrictions, particularly
neighbors to make sure they are
ACTUAL HURRICANE replacement clause. Have policies
different free publications properly prepared. Be aware of which
and all related contact numbers
SHOULD ANYBODY available with comprehensive lists neighbors are staying and which are
safe but readily available.
VENTURE OUT INTO THE of items required in your disaster leaving. Identify special needs any
STORM. supply kit. These can be found on Decide if you need or want flood of your neighbors might have. Pass
the UCO Blog, at local grocery insurance.
this info to your buildings CERT
This includes the lull period stores, on the web and in local Update their household goods representative.
when the eye of the storm passes. newspapers. inventory. Store a copy in an off- After a storm has passed, and it is
Residents should monitor radio site "safe" location.
Prepare a checklist list of items safe to venture outside check on your
and television emergency broadcasts.
you need to take in the event Make plans and pre-arrangements neighbors to see if they are safe and
Considering all the loose debris
of a mandatory evacuation. (A for care and/or boarding of pets well. We do not have enough CERT
created by the storm, it is unwise Go Bag) This list identifies during and after a storm. members to check on every house,
to venture out until winds have medicines, important papers, Get bids from available vendors for door to door. County fire rescue
subsided to less than 35 MPH. Travel contact information, water, shutter installation and removal. will be overwhelmed. Response time
by auto is not recommended for an non-perishable food and other
WATCH PERIOD Hurricane might be measured in days rather
even longer period as the roads emergency supplies. Assemble the
possible within 2-3 days than minutes. This is a community
will be strewn with vegetation and go bag if authorities are warning
Year-round Residents should: problem and our residents must pitch
roofing materials, including nails, that a mandatory evacuation
in by tending to those in distress,
which could flatten tires. might be announced.

Fuel up their vehicles and Neighbor Helping Neighbor can
Store all hurricane supplies in safe
#1 Preparing for a Storm location in the house, known and purchase emergency supplies at work.
the BEGINNING of this period if
Seasonal residents Prior to accessible to all residents.
you have not already done this.
#3 Communications after a
leaving for the Summer: Recharge all batteries for cell storm
Remove and store outside items phones, radios, lanterns. Have Make certain all items mentioned
that can become missiles in a in the Pre- Event Section above for Your Association and buildings
fresh supply on hand.
storm, or make arrange for their residents have been completed. CERT representative must be
removal. Have an adequate supply (1 week, informed of any emergency needs
minimum) of prescription and Ensure all first aid kits are fully
stocked with supplies and are of residents, structural conditions

Leave updated contact OTC medicines per person.
information with Association accessible. of the building or other emergency
Where applicable: Have window situations. They will pass this
Insure all important papers and shutters available, including information on to UCO and CERT at
valuables are properly protected all attachment hardware and WARNING PERIOD
the emergency contact numbers. All
and stored tools. Make arrangements with Hurricane likely within 1-2 days
emergency response agencies outside
Insure all batteries in thermostats a contractor, the Association or Year-round Residents should:
our village will be using this info
and smoke detectors are replaced a neighbor to close hurricane to prioritize their assistance to our
as needed. shutters and prepare your unit in Turn refrigerators and freezers to
community. Remember emergency
the event of a Hurricane Watch coldest setting.
Have window shutters available, agencies will be overwhelmed after
including all attachment hardware being declared. Fill tubs with water. any major Hurricane and will deal
and tools. Make arrangements Have a family emergency response Charge cell phone batteries. with the most pressing medical
with a contractor, the Association plan. Know where to meet should emergencies.
your family or friends become Have sufficient cash on hand in
or a neighbor to close hurricane
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The On-Site Century Village Specialists


SALE LISTINGS SALE LISTINGS
Dorchester H ....... 1 BR / 1 BA ................ Waterfront ............ $29,900 Southampton A .. 2 BR / 2 BA ............................................... $54,900
Southampton B ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $31,900 Andover F............ 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $57,000
Chatham E .......... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $32,000 Northampton D.... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...Waterfront ...................... $54,995
Chatham P .......... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $32,000 Kent D .................. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $59,900
Waltham D .......... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $33,900 Windsor I.............. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $59,900
Northampton P ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $34,900 Dorchester G ...... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $59,900
Northampton L.... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $35,000 Windsor G............ 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $59,900
Kent A .................. 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $35,000 Coventry D .......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $62,000
Kent G.................. 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $35,000 Easthampton I..... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $65,000
Sheffield N ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $37,000 Chatham D ......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $65,000
Easthampton B ... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $37,000 Waltham H .......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $69,900
Canterbury F ....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $37,900 Coventry J........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $72,000
Chatham J .......... 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $38,500 Golfs Edge E ........ 2 BR / 2 BA ............................................... $75,900
Windsor L ............. 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $38,500 Wellington B ........ 2 BR / 2 BA ............................................... $89,000
Bedford G............ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $38,700 Somerset E .......... 2 BR / 2 BA ............................................... $89,900
Bedford G............ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $38,700 Wellington M ....... 2 BR / 2 BA ......Waterfront ....................$105,000
Oxford ................. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $38,900 Stratford J ............ 2 BR / 2 BA ......Waterfront ....................$115,000
Norwich H............ 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $39,500 Greenbrier A ....... 2 BR / 2 BA .............................................$129,900
Andover H ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $39,900 Oxford ................. 2 BR / 2 BA .............................................$149,900
Chatham U.......... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $39,900 Andover I ............ 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$149,900
Southampton A .. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $40,000 Dover A ............... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$155,000
Norwich G ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $43,900 Wellington C ....... 2 BR / 2 BA ......Waterfront ....................$159,000
Easthampton H ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $44,900 Wellington L......... 2 BR / 2 BA .............................................$164,900
Canterbury A ...... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $45,000
Dorchester H ....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $45,000
RENTAL LISTINGS
Windsor D ............ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $46,000 Easthampton H ....1 BR / 1 BA .................................................... $825
Somerset G ......... 1 BR / 1 BA ................ Waterfront ............ $47,000 Bedford F .............1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $850
Dorchester G ...... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $49,900 Norwich C ...........1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $850
Oxford ................. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $49,900 Stratford I .............1 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $875
Waltham I ............ 1 BR / 1 BA ............................................... $49,900 Northampton C ..1 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,200
Oxford ................. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $52,000 Canterbury G......1 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,400
Bedford J ............. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $52,000 Waltham G ..........1 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,450
Northampton F ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $56,000 Camden L ...........1 BR / 1 BA ................................................. $1,600
Easthampton I..... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $59,500 Chatham K..........2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $875
Canterbury B....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $59,900 Dorchester C.......2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Wellington M ....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $72,900 Bedford D ............2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Wellington C ....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............. Waterfront ............ $79,500 Dorchester C.......2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Coventry I ........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $48,000 Northampton D...2 BR / 1.5 BA ................................................. $950
Coventry F........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $49,900 Stratford M ...........2 BR / 2 BA ................................................. $1,000
Northampton J ... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...Waterfront ...................... $49,900 Salisbury E ...........2 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,000
Kent B................... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...Waterfront ...................... $53,000 Sheffield A ...........2 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,100
Coventry F........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $53,000 Dorchester E........2 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,600
Dorchester C....... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................ $54,000 Stratford M ...........2 BR / 2 BA ................................................. $1,000
Coventry H ..........2 BR / 1.5 BA .............................................. $1,100

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The On-Site Century Village Specialists


Agents at Century Village Real Estate are thoroughly familiar with the policies and procedures of buying, selling and renting
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Grisham is one of my "automatic wrapped up a little too neatly and


read" authors. His books are released INDOOR
tidily, however. I kept waiting for one

AN INVITATION TO
annually each fall like clockwork,
like switching from Daylight Savings
to Standard Time. Reviewing them
be a bad guy. VISIT POOL
of the good guys to turn out to really

I don't know which I like better:


is easy: an interesting plot = good the content of a John Grisham novel
read. This one has no trial; it is a cozy
mystery rather than a legal thriller. EXTERIOR
or the genius involved in creating the
title. A few chapters into the book,
The Whistler centers around a Board the meaning of the title becomes
of Judicial Conduct investigation of a
Florida judge accused of skimming
DOOR
obvious. Figuring out the identity of
the Whistler is the big mystery and
millions of dollars from an Indian watching how the other characters
casino. The casino is run by a very survive--or not--becomes the source WILL BE
small Native American tribe. It is of the plot.
lucrative to the extent that every
member of the tribe, at age 18,
In the end, like all of Grishams
work, good will conquer evil. This LOCKED
receives $5000/month for life, the story did not have the hallmarks
only exception being women who
marry have their stipend reduced by
of some his previous efforts,
nevertheless, certainly not a bad
NIGHTLY AT
half. The reservation has top-notch book.
schools, health care, free college,
and state-of-the art infrastructure.
This novel involves murder, November -
corruption, RICO violations,
money laundering, and the March : 7:00PM
take down of it all by a few
people wanting to cash in via April - October :
the whistleblower statute. Its
10:00pm
The
protagonist is an investigator for
the Board. I figured that lawyers
investigating a corrupt judge
would be an interesting angle on

Readers
the legal profession, and it was.
The judicial conduct
investigators are Lacy and Hugo. PLEASE
Corner
As they near the truth their lives
are in danger from a shadowy Gulf
Coast syndicate. I did not realize
that there exists an organization
USE MAIN
with the sole purpose to dethrone
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Century Village Class Schedule


All classes are NOT final, and are subject to change. SIGN UP IN THE TICKET OFFICE.
M O N DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Beginning Bridge *** ITS BACK*** 03/06/17 10am-12PM $15 4 Card A
Circle Dancing ***New Class TBA 11:30am-1pm $20 4 Art
Duplicate Bridge ***ITS BACK*** 03/06/17 6:30-10pm $5 4 Art
How to make the most of your singing voice*** new class TBA 11am-12pm $20 **** 4 Music A
Jewish Insights: Its a Jewish Thing TBA 10-11:30am $36 3 Class A
Memoir Writing (Private Class) 03/6/17 1:30-3pm $5 4 Craft
Electronic Keyboard 3/6/17 2pm-3pm $20 4 Music A
Paper Beading Class 3/06/17 10-11:30am $20 4 Craft
Stained Glass for Beginners - Mondays 03/06/17 1:00-3pm $20 4 Stained
Current Events Flash Point ***New Class 03/06/17 1:00-3pm $12 4 Class A

T U E S DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Bridge Fundamentals Part 2 03/07/17 10am-12pm $25 5 Card A
Ceramics (Tuesday & Friday Morning) Ongoing 9am-11am $36 **** 6 Ceramic
Mah-Jong Class 3/07/17 1:30-3:30pm $20 4 Card B
Mah Jong Continuing 3/07/17 1:30-3:30 $10 4 Card B
Tap Dance for Beginners or Intermediate Ongoing 11am-noon $24 4 Party
Zumba Gold ** New Time!!! Ongoing 11:15pm-12:15pm $32 4 FItness
Peace Lecture - English Ongoing 6:30-7:30pm FREE 4 Class A
Peace Lecture - French Ongoing 7:45-8:45pm FREE 4 Class A
Alternate Health for Seniors *** NEW CLASS*** 03/07/17 6:30pm-9pm $5 4 Class B

W E D N E S DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Latin Rhythm Dance TBA 10am-11am $20 4 Art
Lecture Series with Myrna 03/08/17 10:30pm-12pm $25 6 Meeting C
Supervised Bridge ***New Class Ongoing 10am-12pm $30 6 Card A
English Lessons ***New Instructor TBA 11am-12:30pm $24 4 Card B
Piano Lessons ***New Class TBA 11:30am-12:30pm $24 4 Music B
Ballroom Dancing Lessons 3/01/17 4:00-5pm $25 4 Art
Ballroom Dancing Intermediate 3/01/17 5pm-6pm $25 4 Art
Stained Glass for Beginners - Wednesday 03/08/17 6-8pm $20 4 Stained Glass

T H U R S DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Supervised Bridge Ongoing 10am-12pm $30 6 Card A
Painting Workshop 3/02/17 9:30-11:30am $20 **** 4 Art
Stained Glass Advanced 3/02/17 1:00-3:00pm $25 5 Stained Glass
Tai Chi - Qigong 3/02/17 11am-12pm $20 **** 4 Fitness
French Lessons - Beginners 03/16/17 3pm-4pm $36 6 Class B
French Lessons - Intermediate/Advanced 03/16/17 4:30pm-6pm $36 6 Class B
Ceramics (Thursday Evening) ongoing 6:30pm-8:30pm $36 **** 6 Ceramic
Yiddish Conversational 03/02/17 10-11am $7 6 Class A

F R I DAY
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Ceramics (Tuesdays & Fridays) ongoing 9am-11am $36 **** 6 Ceramics
Canasta for Beginners TBA 1:30-3:30pm $20 4 Card B
Collage Art Class ***New Class ongoing 1:30-2:30pm $20 **** 4 Art
Assemblage Art Class ongoing 2:30-3:30pm $24 **** 4 Art

ANY TIME
COURSE NAME STARTS TIME COST MTRLS WEEKS ROOM
Basic Ballroom Private InstructionSingle By Appt. By Appt. $40 4 Art Room
Basic Ballroom Private InstructionCouple By Appt. By Appt. $75 4 Art Room
Piano Lessons Private Instruction1 session By Appt. By Appt. $25 4 Music B
Piano Lessons Private Instruction4 sessions By Appt. By Appt. $100 4 Music B

HAVE A NEW CLASS IDEA? INTERESTED IN TEACHING HERE AT CENTURY VILLAGE? CALL JENNIFER IN THE CLASS OFFICE OR STOP IN TO DISCUSS.
PAGE A20 | UCO REPORTER | JUNE 2017

Clerk Bock Delivers Palm Beach


Countys Financial Report
2016 Revenues Were at an All-Time High; Clerk
Recommends the Board Adopt More Financial Policies
Palm Beach After many years of revenue Commissioners for accomplishing
County, FL (May shortfalls and contracted programs, and starting the best practice.
2, 2017) For the
12th consecutive
year, Sharon
we finally see some relief. However,
economic uncertainty is a reality.
The County is in the position to
Also on Tuesday, the Clerk &
Comptroller distributed the latest
edition of Checks & Balances:
NO
R. Bock, Clerk safeguard the publics funds by

WEAPONS
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& Comptroller voting on sound financial policies also known as a Popular Annual
of Palm Beach that bring transparency and Financial Report (PAFR). County
County, delivered accountability, said Clerk Bock. Commissioners and everyone in
an annual summary of Palm Beach
Countys financial position for Fiscal
Year 2016 that ended on September
The spending decisions made today
will directly impact its fiscal health
attendance at the commission
meeting received a copy. OF ANY KIND
in the years to come. Both Checks & Balances and
30, 2016. The report offered a
retrospective view on how the County
As the countys independently
elected comptroller, Clerk Bock
the financial report to the Board
of County Commissioners are ALLOWED ON
managed and spent taxpayer dollars is responsible for preparing Palm based on the independently audited
and noted financial indicators that
have had an impact on the Countys
Beach Countys annual financial
statements. Floridas constitution
Comprehensive Annual Financial
Report, produced each year by the RECREATIONAL
financial position. creates a checks and balances system: Clerk & Comptrollers financial
From property tax to tourist
development revenue, the
County elected commissioners
decide on the tax rate and how those
division. These award-winning
financial publications, which include PROPERTIES
retrospective summary showed tax dollars are budgeted and spent the Annual Investment Guide and
that Recovery is Here. Total and Clerk Bock, as Chief Financial Annual Debt Guide, can be found
governmental revenue hit an all-
time high in Fiscal Year 2016 -- a
Officer, Treasurer and Auditor, is
responsible for paying the countys
online.
For more information about
VIOLATORS WILL
five percent increase from the prior
year and a total governmental fund
bills, investing county funds to earn
interest income and performing risk-
county finances and the financial
reports available from the Clerk
BE REMOVED FROM
balance of $1.1 billion. Clerk Bock based and financial audits. & Comptrollers office, visit THE PROPERTY AND
recommended that the Board of At last years State of the County, w w w. my p a l m b e a c h c l e r k . c o m /
County Commissioners be cautious Clerk Bock recommended that the countyfinances. RISK SUSPENSION OF
and strategic with spending; continue Board of County Commissioners For more information, call
to develop a budget plan that aligns
with Board priorities; and take board
take a more strategic and timely
approach to develop and align
the Clerk & Comptrollers office
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THEIR PRIVILEGES
action on adopting debt, reserve and the budget with board-directed mypalmbeachclerk.com.
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JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A21

WPRF NEWS Now Serving The Western Communities


For Over 27 Years

BY E VA R ACHESK Y

UCO (in an effort to maintain the


water levels). For those of you who
are unaware ... the reclaimed water
contains high levels of phosphorus
and nitrogen. Neither WPRF, UCO or
PBCWUD recommends that the fish
be consumed. All residents wanting
to fish must come to the WPRF
Administration Office on the second
floor by the library to get a fishing
Dear Residents, permit. A release and hold harmless
In last month's article I spoke form must be signed in order to
about the alligators that frequent obtain the permit. Additionally,

12
Picnic Island and the fact that the each fisher person must sign the

$ 00
older 4-foot gator showed no fear of rules form indicating that they have
humans, indicating that it was being read, understood and will abide by
fed by same. Security reported to me said rules (copy provided). Security
that the gator, which was normally will chase you if you do not have a

Mens and Boys


seen along the water's edge, was WPRF permit or are not releasing
now residing by some of the picnic the fish back into the lake/canal.

Haircuts
tables. With this new and disturbing Fishing brings joy to many. PLEASE
information, a trapper was called and cooperate so that you may continue
the gator was captured and removed. to enjoy this wonderful pastime.
I cannot stress enough the dangers of Lastly, I would like to update
feeding an alligator. Please note that the residents on the progress of the
WPRF strictly forbids it and asks all
residents to refrain from doing so
Cooling Towers. Excellent progress
has been made and, as we approach
Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
going forward. month's end, the temporary cooling Sat. & Sun. 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Another topic I would like to units will be shut down and the new
discuss is that of residents fishing Cooling Towers will go live. WPRF
and then taking their catch home was very pleased with the company www.thevillagebarberrpb.com
for consumption. WPRF has a list chosen to do the work. They were
of rules regarding fishing, and one top notch professionals whose work 10045 W. Belvedere Rd., #3 Royal Palm Beach
of the most important is "CATCH was neat and precise, they met each

561-793-8392
& RELEASE" only. This rule has deadline and provided the lowest
two purposes: 1) to keep the lake cost for the work done. My thanks
from being depleted of fish and to the Operations Committee for
2) for health reasons related to making an excellent choice!
the reclaimed water purchased by
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Upper floor, corner, 1 bed 1.5/2 bath 40 chAthAm b Waterview, furniture negotiable. Lots of light! Beautiful sunrise on the water!! Quartz counter tops.
151 Andover f Furnished, ceramic tile, central air conditioning, garden view, security gate, clubhouse, New stainless steel appliances with a newer kitchen with state of the art cabinets. $89,000
fitness center $42,000 130 bedford e Outside corner, unfurnished, garden view, tenant in place central air conditioning,
20 Windsor A Outside corner, furn, waterview, two year rest on rental, near the west gate, steps to condo $42,000 serene area and lots of light $53,000
116 eAsthAmpton e Unfurn, ceramic tile flooring, neast east gate, tankless h2o heater, stall shower! 73 cAnterbury c This unit is tenant in place, lots of upgrades, unfurn, close to either gate, amenities galore! $59,900
Lots of light! $39,900 288 norWich l Unfurnished, out side corner, rentable, serene area, ceramic tile flooring, carpet in bedrooms,
164 eAsthAmpton g Near east gate, cent. A/c, near clubhouse. Lots of space and lots of light! Priced to sell! $39,900 newer kitchen $49,900
272 Windsor l Well taken care of unit ceramic tile flooring, crown molding, low cost for laundry. 323 Windsor n Inside corner, furnished, pet friendly, near the west gate, ceramic tile flooring,
Hurricane and bahama shutters $38,000 central air conditioning, ready! $49,900
184 dorchester h Spectacular waterview! Newer kitchen, 2 full baths, lift in building, beautifully furnished, GroUnd floor corner, 2 bed,1.5/2 bath
comm. Patio. Upgrades! $55,000
313 chAthAm p Absolutely a beaut! Outside corner, newer everything, tenant in place, dec delight,
237 coventry j Wood flooring, knock down wall in kitchen, furnished, dishwasher, mirrorred doors in hallway,
ceramic tile floors $65,000
near east gate! $39,900
351 northAmpton r Outside corner, rentable, com patio steps from condo, washer, dryer, lots of light,
69 norWich c This unit is near the east gate, and the Hastings Fitness center, well taken care of, central air,
custom blinds $57,000
furnished $39,900
128 cAmden f Outside corner, waterview, rentable, ceramic tile flooring, close to parking, near kent pool &
44 WAlthAm b Beautifully furnished corner unit, central a/c, near pool and clubhouse, small dog ok $39,000
west gate, this condo is a great investment. $55,000
68 cAmden c This condo has upgrades to include: newer kitchen, ceramic tile flooring, crown molding newer
baths, unfurnished, water view, knock down wall in kitchen, hurricane shutters, near the camden pool and the 154 cAmbridge g This condo is in excellent condition, ceramic tile flooring, beautiful furnishings,
west gate. This building has a gorgeous patio with bbq. $47,000 steps to pool, no pets $59,900

GroUnd floor corner 1bed 1.5 bath GroUnd floor 2 bed, 1.5/2 bath
323 sheffield n Ceramic tile flooring, freshly painted, enclosed patio, knock down wall in kitchen, comm. Patio. $45,000 101 Kent g Newer kitchen, stall shower, built-in for ex storage, newer baths, mirrored walls, cl to parking nr pool $62,500
164 bedford g Beautiful wood flooring, newer appliances, updates through-out, waterview, lots of light, 156 cAnterbury g New bath shower, lots of upgrades, shows beautifully, quiet and very serene, lots of breezes! $68,000
inside corner $45,000 111 oxford 200 Ceramic tile, unfurn, washer/dryer allowed, pet friendly, newer kitchen/baths, step to pool
199 sheffield i Furnished, ceramic tile flooring, inside corner, near the hastings fitness center and pool, and laundry. $65,000
desirable area! $41,000 Upper floor 2 bed, 1.5/2 bath
112 oxford 400 Development has its own pool, ceramic tile & carpet, central a/c, washer included, patio has 135 cAmbridge f Absolutely beautiful! Wood flooring and carpet in LR, rentable, near pools, upgrades galore!
garden view, tenant in place(not rentable to new owners) furniture neg., New garbage disposal, comm. Patio $42,000 Come see! $87,500
Upper floor 1bed. 1.5 bath 252 Wellington h Beautifully renovated, and ready for move in, waterview, pretty ceramic tile flooring,
156 Kent i Ceramic tile flooring, lift inc. Rentable, near kent pool, furn. Lots of light, beauty! $35,000 furnishings for a model, new air conditioning 2017 $124,000
206 eAsthAmpton i Handy man special! Tenant in place, garden view, carpet, near the east gate and clubhouse $22,000 110 somerset f Completely renovated, waterview that takes your breath, move right into, cul-de-sac,
158 eAsthAmpton g Newer shower, unfurnished, rentable, new impact windows, new hot H2O, walking distance to tennis & pool $84,900
community patio, near east gate $39,900 206 Wellinton c Lots of upgrades to include tile shower, new tile floor, new toilet, lake view,
151 hAstings i Absolutely beautiful, newer furniture, steps to pool and fitness, rentable, well taken care of. $39,900 very very lovely unit!! $124,900
198 northAmtpon j Waterview, fully furnished, carpet. Laundry on 2nd floor and first floor, 450 Wellington h Newer kitchen, hurricane shutters, ECM contract, hot water heater, - 5 yrs old, a/c - 2 yrs old,
storm shutters in storage area. $28,000 ceramic tile, 6 fans, close to west gate, furniture negotiable- building upgrades, near catwalk & led lights $114,900
436 dover b Beautiful condo! Furnished, tile, enclosed patio overlooking a spectacular waterview, 93 Kent f Ceramic tile, unfurn, steps to Kent pool, cul-de-sac, central air, enclosed patio, heart of the community $55,000
near the east gate $95,000
23 cAmbridge A Furn., Ceramic tile, rentable, near west gate & camden pool, ready to move into $42,000
GroUnd floor, 1 bed, 1 bath ANNUAL RENTALS
30 sheffield b Newer kitchen, newer shower, pristine, waterview, ceramic tile flooring, 2 AC units, Ground floor 1 bed, 1 bath:
steps to parking $36,700 191 chAthAm j Beautiful, central air, wood floors, extra clean and ready to move into, heart of community $850
119 berKshire f Upgrades to include ceramic tile floors, new shower, rentable, steps to parking, turn key, 354 northAmpton r Unfurnished, ceramic tile floors, close to parking, and close to kent pool, great building $825
furnished, dishwasher, this condo has lots of light and is close to the Kent pool and the west gate. $36,800 55 cAmbridge c Unfurnished, ceramic tile, steps to laundry & parking, cul-de-sac, security gate house, clubhouse $875
167 Windsor h Beauty, ceramic tile flooring, unfurnished, knock down wall in kitchen, steps to parking, 126 sAlisbury f Unfurnished, ceramic tile, steps to laundry & parking , near east gate, clubhouse, bike trail $875
near west gate $37,000 149 cAmden g Unfurnished, completely redone, central air conditioning, garden view, near west gate, security $875
146 cAmbridge g Beautiful pergo wood flooring, unfurnished, well taken care of condo, new counter top and
backsplash, shows pretty, and is ready to move into $30,400 upper floor 1 bed 1 bath:
103 sussex f Furn., carpet, near elevator, garbage shoots on each floor, owner motivated, pool, front of bldg!! 91 coventry d Beautiful ceramic tile flooring, furnished, near the fitness center, new range, lots of light, com patio $875
Cul-de-sac! $39,500 391 northAmpton s Unfurnished, ceramic tile flooring, lift incl. Near pool, move in ready, freshly painted,
357 northAmpton r Steps to parking, across Kent pool and mailboxes. Great association!! nr west gate $850
Near east gate and clubhouse. Turn key! Garden view $32,000 394 northAmpton s Near Kent pool, building has lift, garden view, ready to move into. Cul-de-sac $800
28 cAmden b Furn, waterview, shows great, steps to Camden pool, near the west gate, two year restriction rental $34,900 25 cAnterbury A Beautiful ceramic tile floors. Unfurnished, newer fridge. Near dorchester pool $875
322 sheffield n Newer kitchen, ceramic tile flooring, furnished, patio, quiet area, shows with lots of light & bright. $37,000 146 cAnterbury f Furnished, near Dorchester pool, cul-de-sac, ready to move into. Great building great people $800
Upper floor 1 bed, 1 bath upper floor corner 1 bed 1.5 bath:
254 dorchester K Waterview! Great building, close to Hastings Fitness and pool! Furnished, rentable! Cul-de-sac $32,000 213 norWich i Beautiful condo, near the east gate, ready to move into. Lots of light! $875
362 northAmpton r Beautiful, rentable, ceramic tile flooring, newer carpet, furn. community patio, 232 sussex l Beautifully furnished, central A.C., ceramic tile, garden view, security gate, clubhouse, bike trail $950
move right into, Kent pool $31,499
283 coventry l Hurricane shutters, ceramic tile, central air, serene garden view, lift, plantation shutters $29,900 upper floor corner 2 bed 1.5/2 bath:
166 sAlisbury g Ceramic tile flooring, garden view, comm. patio, furn, near east gate, pet only with certification $33,000 236 sheffield j Furnished, ceramic tile flooring, quiet area, well taken care of, central air, inside corner near fitness $975
198 Andover h Beauty, cul-de-sac, crown molding, furnished, upgrades galore! Great building with com. patio. $33,000 88 sheffield d Near Hastings Fitness center,/pool, corner unit, lake view from patio, garden view from front $950
138 sussex g Extra! Extra! Clean! Furnished, garden view, rentable, pet friendly and rentable, carpet! Near Kent pool $37,000 upper floor 2 bed 1 bath or 1.5 bath:
146 cAnterbury f Rentable building, furnished, ready to move into, cul-de-sac, close to pool and fitness center $35,000 135 cAmbridge f Wood flooring, carpt in lr, near pool, unfurnished, or furnished. Beautiful living! $1,150
88 berKshire d Absolutely turn key all remodeled, modern style, waterview, rentable, near pool and west gate $45,000 46 norWich b Ceramic tile flooring, unfurn, move in ready, near the east gate and clubhouse, garden view $875
231 berKshire K Prettiest in village!!Very clean and well taken care of! Newer bath, ceramic tile in kitchen, 93 Kent f Unfurnished, ceramic tile flooring, well taken care of and ready for occupancy. Near the Kent pool $950
plank flooring everywhere else $38,500
91 sAlisbury d Beautifully furnished, near east gate, clubhouse, ceramic tile flooring, move right into. Ground floor 1 bed/1.5 bath:
Amenities galore! $26,000 10 golfs edge c Furnished, ceramic tile flooring, steps to parking, garden view, close to the east gate. $875
151 Windsor g Central air, furnished, tile, garden view, rentable, near the west gate and the Camden pool,
great association $34,000 Ground floor corner 1 bed 1.5 bath:
230 dorchester j Ceramic tile flooring, newer hot water heater, furnished, steps to Dorchester pool and 6 Andover A Ceramic tile flooring, inside corner, furniture, lots of light, near the west gate, beautiful!! $875
hasting fitness center $32,000 5 WAlthAm A Furnished, ceramic tile, next to east gate, clubhouse, security gate, bike path, fitness center $875
187 cAmden h Move right into, furnished, ceramic tile flooring and carpet, enclosed patio, rental restrictions,
near pool $29,900
Upper floor corner 2 bed.1.5/2 baths SEASoNAL RENTALS
72 WAlthAm c Outside corner, tenant in place, ceramic tile flooring, near the east gate, clubhouse, great building $55,000 254 northAmpton m Fully furnished, waterview, ceramic tile, near laundry, security gate, clubhouse,
264 norWich K Ceramic tile flooring, outside corner, tenant in place, rentable & pet friendly, lots of light $59,900 fitness center $1,350
121 bedford e Some furniture, carpet, inside corner and lift in the building! Rentable lots of light!! $54,000 143 strAtford K Ceramic tile, steps to parking, large spacious rooms, security gate house, bike path, fitness center $1,350
JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A23

Nutrition and Health


Learning About
DIABETES
J E AN I E W. FR I E DM AN , MS R D LD/N

Diabetes is a condition that procedures to test for diabetes: sugar that is higher than normal but `reaching and/or maintaining a
affects about 11 million Americans too low for a diagnosis of diabetes. It healthy weight
65 years and older. It can greatly FA S T I N G P L A S M A is estimated that around 86 million `managing normal blood
increase your risk of both heart and G LU CO S E (F P G ) Americans have prediabetes. pressure and cholesterol levels
kidney disease, as well as permanent `stop smoking
damage to the delicate blood vessels A value of 126 mg/dl will result in T YPE 1 DIABETES `eat healthy, well-balanced meals
in your eyes, leading to blindness. a diagnosis of diabetes. Prediabetes
is diagnosed at 100 mg/dl, while less In people with Type 1 Diabetes,
Blood circulation in the body can their bodies do not produce insulin A healthy weight would go a
also be impaired, affecting delivery than that is considered to be normal. long way in helping you not only
which helps body cells use the
of blood to your lower limbs, leading to prevent diabetes but also to help
to necessary amputations of toes and
A1C glucose broken down from the
manage it. Regular exercise, together
foods they eat. Without the insulin,
feet. A normal value for A1C is less than glucose stays in the blood. Usually, with optimal nutrition, can help you
5.7%. Prediabetes is 5.7% to 6.4%. this version of diabetes is diagnosed manage your weight and lower your
SYMPTOMS OF Anything over that is considered to early, in children and young adults. risk of diabetes and keep your blood
DIABETES be diabetes. sugar in check. Always confirm with
T YPE 2 DIABETES your doctor about what types of
Some symptoms may include O R A L G LU CO S E exercises are safe for you to do.
excessive thirst or hunger, even In Type 2 Diabetes, the body does
though food is consumed regularly.
TOLER ANCE TEST produce the much-needed insulin,
Make certain your diet includes a
wide variety of fruits and vegetables,
Tingling in the hands or feet can (O G T T ) but the bodys cells do not use it along with whole grains like brown
also occur. Symptoms could occur In an OGTT, you would have a effectively and the glucose stays in rice, whole wheat pasta and bread.
without notice, or be dismissed as blood test before drinking a sweet the bloodstream. Watching portion sizes will help you
something else. It is important to solution and then have your blood control how much is consumed daily.
see your doctor regularly. It is always tested 2 hours later. At 200 mg/dl, PREVENTION
much better to catch any problems diabetes is diagnosed. 140 mg/dl is Jeanie W. Friedman is a Registered
Family history, age, and gender are
early on. categorized as prediabetes. Normal Dietitian and nutritionist licensed in the
all things that can affect your risk of
is less than 140 mg/dl. getting diabetes and are all things State of Florida. This article is intended
D I AG N O S I S O F that you cannot control. However, for educational purposes only and is not
DIABETES PREDIABETES there are some things that you can intended as a substitute for consultation
Your doctor can order simple Prediabetes describes having blood do to decrease your risk: with your health care professional.

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CONDO MORTGAGES
BY RUTH BERNHARD -DREISS

ways. Because the association is


responsible for maintaining the
grounds and exterior repairs, you
don't have to worry about occasional
major outlays for things like a new
roof if you have ample reserve funds
which you should if your association
is being run right.
You do have to pay for maintaining
items that are actually inside your
unit, like a water heater or air
conditioner. Be wary of buying a
condo in a building where association
fees are unusually low. This could be
a signal that they aren't charging
enough to adequately maintain the
property which can degrade the
value of your unit in time and if
you suddenly find that the building
is in need of an expensive repair
or replacement (worn rebars, for
example), this can mean a sizeable
assessment, or the fees can be raised
In 2015, condo loans became easier addition to having to qualify for the and your maintenance company
dramatically because they are not
to obtain because mortgage giants mortgage yourself, the homeowners which is responsible for the upkeep
fixed fees.
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac eased association where you are buying has and repairs for the building exteriors,
some of the requirements. Lenders to pass muster also. the grounds and any commonly
want to make sure that buildings shared facilities. These are funded Does the property qualify?
are financially stable. Because the Here are the main things about through dues the condo owners pay
With a condo, you have a
financial stability of a condo project getting a condo mortgage to be aware each month, in addition to their
shared interest in your property with
depends on the owners paying their of: mortgage payments. And as the bank
the other residents on a percentage
bills, lenders tend to view condo loans manager pointed out, some mortgage
basis. The homeowners' association
as a riskier investment than a house. companies will not even consider
I spoke with the manager of one of The rate may be higher giving mortgages where there is a
bears responsibility for ensuring that
the entire development can continue
our local banks that has been here for That's because condo mortgages recreation lease. The thought behind
to function as a viable entity. A lender
the past 23 years, and is primarily a are considered somewhat riskier that is if the rec premises fail and the
will want to make sure that both you
mortgage bank. I was advised about loans than those for single-family building(s) are removed (clubhouse,
and the development itself are on
the handling of mortgages, which homes, as mentioned before. You can etc.), the property is no longer worth
firm financial footing before it will
is quite a revelation and a mind avoid higher rates by making a down the money they have loaned.
approve a mortgage.
boggling exercise to understand the payment of 25% of the purchase price, Homeowner association dues can
Now that sales prices have risen
process if you are not well versed. or more. However, a down payment vary widely, depending on services
in CV, buyers should look into
Now that prices of units that large is out of the reach of many provided. Your Reserve Account
obtaining a mortgage that wasn't
in Century Village have risen condo buyers. Some lenders charge and other maintenance items are
available previously when prices were
dramatically, the availability of higher rates for condo mortgages in most important and will vary from
low for many years.
mortgages is now possible since the certain states, particularly Florida association to association, and
Editors Note: In the coming months
price crash years back when units and Nevada (lucky us), but you want while one building may pay a $100
there will be more in-depth articles on
were selling for phenomenally low to live in Florida, so it pays to shop monthly maintenance fee, it is not
mortgages. These articles will focus
prices. With higher-priced units, the around for the best deal. unusual for another to be very much
on what rules and/or laws association
likelihood that a unit owner would more. While this is an extra cost
boards should be aware of that pertains to
walk away from an investment is not that will be added to your mortgage,
both their residents and potential buyers
what it used to be. This is a good your homeowner association fees
as well as any WPRF requirements.
thing for both the lender and the will help you save money in other
building association. A buyer would You may need a larger
be reluctant to give up an investment down payment
in which 25% or more was put down Some lenders require a 20%
PHYLLIS RICHLAND & JENNIFER CUNHA
on a high-priced unit without first minimum down on a condo. That's a INVITE YOU TO A BRUNCH AND LEARN
selling it.
Having said the above, the
function of location and again Florida FAIR HOUSING AND ANIMALS
and Nevada, in particular, have larger
following represents research down payment requirements than in June 15, 2017 @ 9:30-11:30am
into mortgages. Buying a condo other states. Still, in other areas the
is often the choice of people who down payment can be as little as 5% Century Village Craft Room
value convenience. But getting that for those with excellent credit. But,
convenience means you have to you want to live in Florida (Century Breakfast will be provided!
put up with a few extra challenges
that come with qualifying for a
Village, of course), so you bite the
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bullet and do what it takes.
condo mortgage. Condo mortgage
requirements are more stringent than
Please call 561.231.0640
those for a conventional home loan Don't overlook association Jennifer may also be reached at:
and the rates are generally higher as fees
well. In addition, there are certain Jennifer M. Cunha, Esq.
When thinking about a mortgage
costs one must pay in connection
payment in a condo, don't neglect
601 Heritage Dr., Ste 424 Jupiter, FL 33458
with a condo mortgage that are
not encountered with a standard
to take into account the association Jennifer@jennifercunhalawoffice.com
fees. Here in CV that means WPRF
home loan. Not only that, but in
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JUNE 2017 ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday, June 3, 8 pm Saturday, June 10, 8 pm Saturday, June 17, 8 pm Saturday, June 24, 8 pm
SUZI CRUZ RICHIE C MARCEL RASA THE 5 BOROUGHS
AN ACT TO REMEMBER Hailing from London and with a bounty As early as age seven, Marcel Rasa was playing Take an exciting trip down memory lane with
Using numerous props and costume changes, of musical talent, Richie C pays tribute to the piano and the violin. After volunteering at The 5 Boroughs as they reproduce the fabulous
musical comedy star Suzi Cruz always leaves some of the greatest music of the last seven local hospitals and nursing homes, he found sounds of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Taking their
her audiences well entertained. Her nostalgia decades. His show consists of the wonderful his true talent, singing. With a lyric sound name from the 5 boroughs of New York Brook-
driven show featuring hits from the 40s, 50s songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Bobby that has been described by the Sun-Sentinel lyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten
and 60s is rich with comedic moments and Darin, Dean Martin, Neil Diamond and Elvis as as the healing voice of an angel, Marcel has Island, these five talented men have carried on
surprising characterizations of some of your well as the best from the Motown songbook. performed in many stage productions including the tradition of vocal harmony prevalent during
favorite stars. the Broward Center For The Performing Arts and the 50s, 60s and 70s and have performed with
the Crest Theatre. many original rock n roll and doo wop groups.

MOVIE SCHEDULE
Afternoon showings are at 1:45PM Tuesday & Sunday. Evening Showings are at 6:45 PM.
The 1st Monday Evening & Tuesday Afternoon showings of each new movie (some movies are shown two Mondays and
Tuesdays) will have Closed Caption (for the hearing impaired) when available. No charge for residents.

JUNE 2017 MOVIES


06/01 Thu 6:45PM LA BOHEME Luciano Pavarotti, Mirella Freni
06/04 Sun 1:45PM N/R 111 Min
06/05 Mon 6:45PM PG-13 109 Min
06/06 Tue 1:45PM Puccinis bittersweet opera of high-spirited bohemians and the doomed love between an
idealistic poet and consumptive flower-maker. Recorded live from the stage of the San
Francisco Opera
(continued from last month)

06/08 Thu 6:45PM MISS SLOANE Jessica Chastain, Mark Strong, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Sam Waterston
06/11 Sun 1:45PM R 132 Min Rated R for Adult Situations
06/12 Mon 6:45PM In the high-stakes world of political power-brokers, Elizabeth Sloane is the most sought after and
06/13 Tue 1:45PM formidable lobbyist in D.C. But when taking on the most powerful opponent of her career, she
06/15 Thu 6:45PM finds winning may come at too high a price. Directed by John Madden

R Rated Movies 06/18 Sun 1:45PM LOVING Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton, Will Dalton
06/19 Mon 6:45PM PG-13 123 Min
R Rated (under 16 requires
06/20 Tue 1:45PM The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, whose challenge of their anti-
accompanying parent or adult
guardian). 06/22 Thu 6:45PM miscegenation arrest for their marriage in Virginia led to a legal battle that would end at the US
Additional ratings for this movie are: 06/25 Sun 1:45PM Supreme Court. Written and directed by Jeff Nichols
V for Violence
L for Language (strong language and 06/26 Mon 6:45PM JACKIE Natalie Portman, Peter Sarsgaard, Greta Gerwig
drug content)
N for Nudity (graphic nudity) 06/27 Tue 1:45PM R 100 Min Rated R for Adult Situations
SC for Sexual Content (pervasive 06/29 Thu 6:45PM Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy fights
language including sexual references and through grief and trauma to regain her faith, console her children, and define her husband's
situations)
historic legacy. Directed by Pablo Larran
An R rated motion picture, in the view (continued next month)
of the Rating Board, contains some adult
lmaterial. An R rated motion picture
may include adult themes, adult activity,
hard language, intense or persistent
violence, sexually-oriented nudity,
drug abuse or other elements. Due to a
wide viewing audience, WPRF will not
censure R rated movies. Therefore, if
you find any of the above offensive, Entertainment information is provided by W.P.R.F.
WPRF suggest you OPT OUT of Any questions regarding Clubhouse entertainment should be
seeing this movie. This showing will be in Room C directed to W.P.R.F. at 640-3120.
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HONOR FLIGHT
www.uco-reporter.blogspot.com Section B
VOL. 36 ISSUE 6 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION OF CENTURY VILLAGE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA JUNE 2017

The Days When


RADIO
Was King
BY STEW RICHLAND
The other day I asked my PRESENTS HOLLYWOOD!"
grandkids what radio stations they k. From Hollywood, it's time now
listen to? The expression on their for... *RRRING*
faces revealed their inner thoughts. d.
"He's walking into that
What planet is "Poppy" living on? drugstore...he's stepping onto the
They had no clue what I was talking scales...(SNICK! CLICK!) Weight: l. "As a bullet train seeks its target,
237 pounds...Fortune: Danger! Female Voice: "Does that answer
about. When I see automobile shining rails in every part of
Whoooo is it? The..." your question, Buddy?"
commercials on television, I never our great country are aimed at
Male Announcer: "The
see a reference to the quality of the Grand Central Station, heart
Adventures of _____________ -
radio or the car's speakers. What e. "Get this and get it straight! Crime of the nation's greatest city...
Starring Ann Southern..."
I do see is kids playing with their is a sucker's road and those who
phones or watching TV programs follow it wind up in the gutter, the "Drawn by the magnetic force of
to occupy their time so that parents prison, or the grave. There's no the fantastic metropolis, day and r. "There's good news tonight..."
are not bombarded with comments other end! But they never learn." night great trains rush toward
such as, "Are we there yet?" Most the Hudson River...sweep down
people pre-set their car radios for its eastern bank for 140 miles... s. ________ __________ For Hire.
music stations. Sadly for me, local f. Ring of the telephone. ______ Thats what the sign out in front
radio provides only one retro music Detective Agency. flash briefly by the long of my office says... Its up there
station playing music of the 1940's red row of tenement houses in block letters but down on the
- Me, sweetheart!
and no classical stations at all. To south of 125th Street... waterfront in San Francisco good
- Sam! printing doesn't mean a thing. You
satisfy my longing for programs that
keep me informed or entertain me, I dive with a roar into the 2 1/2 mile get that on a death certificate...
purchased a subscription to Internet g . * R R R R R R I N G * tunnel which burrows beneath the :D
radio. I can now listen to most TV Ladies and gentlemen, the glitter and swank of Park Avenue
cable stations, or two country music ringing of that phone bell and then... t. "Good evening Mr. and Mrs.
stations, one jazz station, and sadly brings you mystery! Adventure! North and South America and all
only one station that plays classical the ships at sea ... let's go to press!"
m. Out of the clear blue of the western
music. The gem of my pre-sets is the ____ _______'s office, Archie
sky, comes Sky _____________.
Old Time Radio station. This is my Goodwin speaking."
fallback choice when I am disgusted Answers:
with all the other offerings. This is n. Return with us now to those
when America of the 1920s to the h. "PERSONAL NOTICE. Danger's a. Duffy's Tavern; b. Superman;
thrilling days of yesteryear. With
early 1950s comes alive. my stock in trade. If the job's too c. Lux Radio Theater; d. The Fat
a cloud of dust and a hearty hi-
For those readers that remember tough for you to handle, you got Man;
ho Silver. It's the _________
the heyday of radio programing, let a job for me, George Valentine. e. The Adventures of Philip
_____________.
me challenge you with some opening Write full details." Marlow; f. Sam Spade, detective;
lines of some shows to see if you g. Nero Wolf;
can identify the name of the show. o. "Who knows what evil lurks in the h. Let George Do It; i. Escape;
i. Tired of the everyday routine?
(Answers to the quiz can be found at hearts of men? The ____________ j. Broadway is My Beat; k. Johnny
Ever dream of a life of
the end of the article.) knows!" Dollar;
romantic adventure? Want
l. Grand Central Station; m. Sky
to get away from it all? We
a. "Y-ello, Duffy's Tavern, where the King; n. The Lone Ranger; o. The
offer you... ______________! p. "Henry! Henry
elite meet t' eat..Duffy ain't here, shadow;
______________! Designed to _________________!" "Coming
Archie speakin'..." p. Henry Aldrich, Coming
free you from the four walls of Mother!" Mother; q. The Adventures of Maise;
today for a half-hour of high
r. Gabriel Heatter; s. Pat Novak;
b. "Faster than a speeding bullet.. adventure!
q. *sound of female footsteps t. Walter Winchell.
More powerful than a locomotive..
*wolf whistle
Able to leap tall buildings at a j. "______________ my beat. From My next article will deal with the
*another wolf whistle
single bound..." Times Square to Columbus Circle, impact that radio had on American
Male voice: "Heya, Babsie! How
the gaudiest, the most violent, the about..." culture of the 1920s.
c.
"Sunday, January 28th...LUX lonesomest mile in the world." *sound of Slap!
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A Fathers Day to Remember


TRASH PICKUP SCHEDULE
BY PH I L D E PAU L

Monday and Thursday: Andover, Bedford, Camden,


Chatham, Dorchester, Greenbrier, Kent, Kingswood,
Northampton, Somerset, Southampton, Sussex, Wellington and
Windsor.

One Father's Day weekend my We didn't even make it halfway Tuesday and Friday: Berkshire, Cambridge, Canterbury,
Dad said he wanted an arbor for his home when someone pulled out in
roses. He had already made a sketch front of us from a side street. Dad Coventry, Dover, Easthampton, Hastings, Norwich, Oxford,
and had a list of materials. We got slammed on the brakes and we heard
in the VW bus and off we went to the the rear window slam shut. He
Plymouth, Salisbury, Sheffield, Stratford, Waltham
lumber yard. This was not going to immediately spun his head around
be a small project -- 6 foot in length to see if the wood went through the
on each side of the walkway and 8 rear window. He looked at me with
Monday, Thursday and Saturday: Golfs Edge
foot tall with laths over the top. He a big smile on his face and said, "It
also wanted seating on both sides. didn't break".
We loaded up the VW bus (laths, I pointed to the front windshield. Bulk Pickup: Friday for all areas. It is not a pleasant sight to see
lumber, cement, white paint, and The lumber had gone through the the bulk trash out all week, so please remember to put your bulk
the 4x4 supports. Everything fit front window. It was all I could
well except the 10 foot 4x4s. They do not to laugh or wet my pants or trash out late Thursday evening or very early Friday.
rode across the top of the seats and maybe both. Dad started yelling.
stuck out the back of the bus (the Let me say I never heard those words
rear window lifts up.) My Dad tied a again until I was in the service. Recycling: Wednesdays and Saturdays for all areas.
rag on the end of the wood so others Well, the arbor got built as Dad
could see the overhang. envisioned. The roses grew up and
Dad got behind the wheel while
I rode shotgun. A smile spread
over it. It stood for many years and
Dad took pride in the fact that he
DURING SUMMER SEASON, RECYCLING PICKUP
across Dads face as he said, Lets
go. Now, we didn't live far from
built it. The cost was only time, a
little lumber, cement, white paint,
WILL BE WEDNESDAYS ONLY.
the lumberyard, less than two miles. and one VW bus windshield.
He wasn't worried about the wood
sticking out beyond the end of the Happy Father's Day, Dad. And
bus because we were so close to home. thanks for the memories.

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house, and your daughter is saying with her what will happen when your doesnt know exists. Next -- and this
you have enough money, I suggest money runs out? Money is a sensitive is very important -- do you arrive at
you get the services you need. Also, issue in most families, and its best the office with your questions written
if you are having trouble with not to avoid these conversations. down? You wont have a satisfying
shopping and driving, there are doctors appointment until you get
I need more help in the house. I companion services you could hire Every single time I go to the in the habit of doing this. You might
cant drive anymore. My house is a for a couple of hours a week. This doctor, I feel rushed. I know its a even try making a copy of your list
mess. I have trouble shopping on would be a huge help for you. If you common complaint, and I know before you go to your appointment
my own. My daughter is in charge need assistance keeping your home hes busy. But it just seems my and giving him your spare copy. Then
of my finances, and she says I have neat and tidy, then its a matter of medical problems deserve his the two of you can huddle and decide
enough money to hire someone. getting a housekeeper. Since your undivided attention. How can what topics should be discussed that
But Id like her to pay. She and her daughter is saying you have enough I improve our doctor-patient day. If after trying all this you still
husband are quite wealthy and money to pay for these, Im not sure relationship? This upsets me every feel frustrated and unsatisfied, you
they can afford it more than me. why you arent paying for them. In time. Hal, 81 may want to consider finding a new
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Im a Beautician, Not a Magician!


Life is an endless struggle full
of frustrations and challenges, but If truth is beauty, how come no one
eventually you find a hair stylist you has their hair done in a library?
like. ~Lily Tomlin
~Author Unknown
What a difference there is
Inflation is when you pay fifteen between a head dressed with
dollars for the ten-dollar haircut you feeling, and the same head when
used to get for five dollars when you had the hair is left to chance or ill
hair. arranged!
~ Sam Ewing ~Charles Blanc, 1875

Need a Haircut? BY BOBBI LEVIN


RALPH JOSEPHS HAIR walk-in clients, both male and female, American hair, Omar welcomes all THE VILLAGE BARBER
SALON are always welcome. Manicures clients. Senior hair cuts are $15. The corner of Belvedere Rd &
1st floor of Century Village and pedicures are offered -- but no shop is open between 10 and 7 p.m. State Road 7 793-8392
Medical Building - 478-9266 acrylics. The salon is open between Monday through Thursday, between
Serving Palm Beach County
9 and 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday 8 and 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday
The only salon inside Century gentlemen for over 27 years, The
and Saturday and between 9 and 9 and between 10 and 4 p.m. on
Village, this newly redecorated Village Barber ad in the UCO
p.m. on Thursday and Friday. Sunday. Walk-in clients are welcome.
shop is owned by Ralph Joseph, a Reporter reads A real barber shop,
hairdresser with almost 40 years not a styling salon. Haircuts for men
of experience. The salon has four PERFECT HAIR CUTS GREAT CLIPS and boys are $12.00 and they offer
chairs and the six stylists and nail 2 doors from Carvel -- corner of 6901 Okeechobee Blvd ( NE corner styles from traditional to military
technicians all have professional Haverhill and Okeechobee of Okeechobee and Jog) 469-8147 to razor cuts. No appointment is
credentials. Appointments are 688-2242 necessary.
This is the local outlet for a
preferred but walk-in clients, both
This salon, owned by Judith national chain of hair salons. Its On a personal note, if you want to
male and female, are always welcome.
Milton, a hairdresser with 18 years motto is Great haircut, great price. drive a bit further up Okeechobee to
The shop is open Monday between 9
experience, is frequented by many A coupon usually found in the UCO the corner of Royal Palm Beach Blvd
and 3 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday between 9
Century Village residents. While Reporter offers Century Village (Winn Dixie Shopping Center), you
and 4 p.m.; and Saturday between 9
not stylishly decorated, the shop is customers any haircut for $8.99. can get a wonderful haircut from
and 3 p.m. Join the Birthday Club
clean and well-lit. Haircuts are $18 Debbie Skinner who has a chair in
and you will receive a complimentary
and manicures are also offered. the Modern Touch Salon. A great
haircut on your birthday. A SHEAR EXPERIENCE
Seniors are offered a 10% discount stylist, Debbie is a whiz with hair
every Wednesday. The shop 1736 N. Military trail (next to
color also. Contact her directly at
is open Monday through Friday Advocate Press) 687-1882
KERRA & CO. 373-1036. This is a bright, clean
5027-C Okeechobee Blvd between 9 and 8 p.m. and Saturday Many Century Village residents, salon and Debbie is always punctual
729-0841 between 8 and 7 p.m. both men and women, visit Kim and pleasant.
in her one-woman shop. She has
Previously next to Tippis Pizzeria,
owned the shop for 18 years and only And as you leave your favorite
this full service salon is now ORIGINAL CUTS offers haircuts, no shampoos and no
located next to the Guitar Center hair salon or barber shop, remember:
5772 Okeechobee Blvd, between
nail service. She would welcome a
at the corner of Haverhill Road and bagel shop and Chinese take-out
barber to rent a chair in her shop so They're not gray hairs. They're
Okeechobee Blvd. The shop is large, 619-7028
that she would be able to serve more wisdom highlights.
well-lit, and stylishly decorated.
This small and busy shop, owned clients from our community. Note -Author Unknown
Kerra, the friendly owner, has 20
by Omar, has been in business since the whimsical sign on the shop wall:
years of hairdressing experience.
October. Although specializing in Im a beautician, not a magician!
Appointments are suggested but
haircuts and treatments for Afro-

Busted Dumpster?
Call UCO! 683-9189 UCOGARBAGE@GMAIL.COM
Alzheimer Care Givers
Waste Pro, our sanitation contractor, has requested that all service Support Group
requests from Century Village be routed through UCO for processing.
Every 2nd and 4th Monday. 1:30 PM
The reason for this request is to provide faster service by reducing
multiple requests for the same job. Upstairs craft room at the Clubhouse.
Waiting times for service can vary, due to contractor workload, You dont have to go
availability of material and delivery schedules. All service requests
received by UCO are emailed to a Waste Pro service coordinator through it alone.
who is permanently assigned to Century Village. More info call:
Own a cellphone? Send photos of busted dumpsters or other sanitation related Sandy Goldstein @689-3540
complaints to ucogarbage@gmail.com . Please include location with photo.
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HOW SWEET IT IS!


Subtitle: A Cautionary Tale
BY BOBBI LEVIN
On my last birthday, my family was affluent enough to afford sugar. So what have I learned since and cake. But, as I watch my waistline
sent me a lovely bouquet of spring Americans have been addicted Governor Calverts wifes death in steadily expand, I am determined to
flowers, a huge box of imported to sugar since 1761 when the first 1681? Evidently, and sadly, not very make a positive change in my life. I
truffles, and a renewal subscription sugar cane was grown in what is now much! know it will be hard. Overcoming
to one of my favorite publications, known as the U.S. During George In 1990, obese adults made up less any addiction is difficult. I am going
the Smithsonian. Washingtons administration, the than 15 percent of the population in to start with small steps.
I loved the flowers and I devoured average American consumed about most U.S. states. In 2001, the U.S. I will read food labels more
the truffles. However, the euphoria 6 pounds of sugar per year, and Surgeon Generals call to action carefully in order to eliminate as
quickly disappeared upon reading by 1830 Louisiana had the largest raised concerns about obesity. By much hidden sugar from my diet as
Jennie Gritzs article Sugar sugar refinery in the world. The 2010, 36 states had obesity rates of possible. So much sugar is hidden
Rush: The Unsavory History of an invention of the Mason jar in 1858 25 percent or higher, and 12 of those in the processed grocery store items
Insatiable American Craving. for canning purposes accelerated the had obesity rates of 30 percent or I regularly purchase such as catsup,
I learned that when a governors demand for white sugar. By 1897, higher. spaghetti sauces, peanut butter,
wifes remains were analyzed by the the candy industry was booming In 2014, New York states highest salad dressing, yogurt, etc. that I
Smithsonians Museum of Natural and Americans consumed 26 million court refused to reinstate New dont have to add insult to injury
History, the autopsy revealed that pounds of milk chocolate. Our York Citys controversial limits by adding a chocolate cake to my
prior to death, the deceased had lost national obsession with sugar sky on sales of jumbo sugary drinks, weekly shopping list!
twenty teeth and several others had rocketed during Prohibition when exhausting the citys final appeal by I am going to make my own
decayed down to the root stubs. soda surged in popularity and health advocates who urged state flavored carbonated drinks by
Oops! I omitted the fact that the vending machines began dispensing and local governments to curb the adding an ounce or two of juice to
governors wife in question was Mrs. sugary soft drinks. consumption of drinks and foods 12 ounces of sparkling water. I am
Anne Wolseley Calvert and she died There has been only one sugar linked to obesity. going to try to substitute fruits and
more than 300 years ago in colonial crash in American history. In In 2017, many school districts still vegetables when I get a craving for
Maryland! 1942, sugar rations cut weekly allow sugared drinks and candy to be something good!
Museum anthropologists stated, consumption to half a pound per sold in vending machines on campus. Soon, my clothes should fit better
Aside from her expensive coffin and person. But, following the close Hospital cafeterias continue to sell and my health should improve. And,
the silk ribbons around her wrists, of WWII, sugar sales climbed again sweetened soft drinks and other my new habits will be helping the
one of the most telling signs of Mrs. and today the average American sugary snacks to their staff and Florida agricultural industry!
Calverts wealth was the condition of consumes 130 pounds of sugar per patients.
her teeth. One reason her mouth was year, much of it in the form of cheap, I admit that I am addicted to all
in such poor condition was that she abundant high-fructose corn syrup. things sweet -- particularly cookies

E N T E R T A I N M E N T

PLAY REVIEW: MONTY PYTHON'S "SPAMALOT"


in Kravis Center's
Rinker Playhouse
BY IRV RIKON
At a time when most media of this revival, has done it again: It's based upon the original screenplay by Actually, this has a large cast. Twenty
news headlines almost make you want produced a show with excellent actors, the entire Monty Python group. Much people are onstage. I wish I had space
to cry, what you need is some humor. singers and dancers. Almost all the of the Roundtable "gang" are here, to name them all! Kudos!
If it's laughs you're after, hurry over performers are local people, and they even some who weren't, including Kimberly Dawn Smith excellently
to the RINKER PLAYHOUSE in the deserve to be seen. I think I've said it Lancelot (Joshua McKinney,) The directed and choreographed. Paul
Kravis Center to see "Spamalot," only once before in my many reviews, Black Knight and Galahad (Mike Reekie heads the orchestra. When
described as "A new musical lovingly but this production with this cast Westrich,) Mrs. Galahad (Pierre the audience is not laughing, it's
ripped off from the motion picture would be a hit on Broadway. Tannous,) Robin (Sahid Pabon,) and cheering and applauding the dancing
'Monty Python and the Holy Grail'". For the record, Eric Idle wrote the The Lady of the Lake (Laura Hodos). and singing.
The plot, such as it is, involves book and lyrics. The music is by Mr. Michael Scott Ross introduces the You may well leave the theater
King Arthur (Jonberry Green) and his Idle and John Du Prez. The story is show and performs four other roles. humming the big song, repeated
Knights of the Roundtable. Arthur almost as an encore, "Always Look on
hears the voice of God telling him the Bright Side of Life," which sums
to find the Holy Grail, for which he up "Spamalot" as well as any one line
searches. There's also a secondary could.
plot of sorts. Someone in the cast "Spamalot" closes June 4. Future
wants to be on Broadway, so Arthur MNM Productions include Stephen
and the knights look for Jews, whom Sondheim's "Company" July 21
they figure will be their entre into - August 6; "La Cage Aux Folles"
The Great White Way. If this sounds October 6 - 22; "Little Shop of
confusing or even sacrilegious, it isn't. Horrors" December 1 - 17. Each in
It's all in fun, and it hardly matters, different ways were groundbreaking
because you don't stop laughing at all musicals. For these and other Kravis
the shenanigans: the sight and sound Center presentations call 832-7469.
gags in which even the small band Online: www.kravis.org.
gets involved.
MNM Productions, the producer
JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B5

LET JOE/MARY DO IT
BY LENORE VELCOFF
So, is there a problem? Have is an inconvenience
we fallen out of love with formal interfering with their
(unpaid help through a group/ leisure.
club/organization) and informal Even here in
(unpaid help to individual people C.V. volunteering
who are not relatives) volunteering? is waning. United
Social, cultural, economic, and Order of True Sister,
technological changes have led to an organization
major changes in the volunteerism dedicated to
landscape. Helping others varies helping the fight
considerably with estimates of 27% of against cancer, is
the people in the USA who volunteer. disbanding. This
However, what has changed is the organization, which
way people volunteer. People are started 171 years ago,
giving their time differently than can no longer find
they did in the past. The changes enough women to
include people wanting to volunteer maintain the good
for shorter amounts of time. fight. As their
The definition of volunteering is final act, however,
an activity undertaken of ones own with some funds
free will not for financial gain but from the national
to bring a benefit to a third party. organization, the
wants a piece of us now. Baby with hope, you will fill yourself with
Volunteering has a bias towards local chapter donated over $150,000
Boomers volunteer today at higher hope. Studies show volunteering
formal volunteering done by white to a group at St. Marys Hospital
rates than past generations did at has favorable effects on depression,
middle-class people. For many which is helping cancer patients.
roughly the same age. At 30.9%, the life satisfaction, and well-being. It
decades, the typical stereotype of We read that only about one in
volunteer rate for those ages 46 to 57 also helps widen your social circle
a volunteer was that of a middle three American taxpayers make and
today give us some hope for the next by using the activity as a distraction
aged, middle-class, female, a Lady claim tax-deductible donations.
generation here in Century Village. from problems in your daily life.
Bountiful. Not anymore. One; we We need to be looking after each
Barack Obama once said: The Health improvement is rarely cited
have less time. And two; the last other, trying to keep our community
best way to not feel hopeless is to as a motive to volunteer, yet there is a
thing we want to do in our non-work connected and kind, but now weve
get up and do something. Dont wait popular perception that volunteering
time is to do any task that reminds dropped the ball. There is greater
for good things to happen to you. is associated with improved health.
us of our jobs. We are getting even and greater competition for volunteer
If you go out and make some good Volunteer today.
more self-centered. We are giving time. Its not just about delivering
things happen, you will fill the world
up on giving. To some it is as if it Meals on Wheels any more. Everyone

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stated otherwise.)
and activities. If you have to say Kad- CLUB: Meets every Tues. 9:30 AM-12
dish please call ahead so we can get a PM Craft room (104). We create items COUNTRY LINE DANCING: Country
ACT II COMMUNITY THEATRE- donated to The Teacup Preemie
minyans together. Rabbi's class every and Regular, Monday 9 to 10:30 AM
Meets every Wednesday at 7:00 PM Program & Veterans.
Thursday at 10:00 AM.-Very interest- in Party Room..
at the Clubhouse. New members wel-
ing topics . For further information
come! CENTURY VILLAGE GUN CLUB:
call 684-3212. THE NIGHT CLUB: We hold a FREE
Meets every 2nd Tuesday 7 PM in dance every week on Tuesday in the
ACTORS STUDIO OF CENTURY
BABY BOOMERS CLUB:.Meetings Classroom B. Every meeting has a Party Room from 6:30- 9:00 PM.
VILLAGE:.Join the fun! We have mi-
3rd Wednesday each month at 3:30 guest speaker. For information call Theres never been a Dance Party like
nor parts, leading roles, and a need
PM, December through April. Con- George at 471-9929. thiswe play every genre of music
for writers, stage hands and props
tact Lynn at Lynnsevan@aol.com for Ballroom, Motown, Funk, R&B, Dis-
people. We read scripts and practice
further information. CENTURY VILLAGE MENS CLUB: co, Salsa, Swing, Rock & Roll, Blues,
acting every week, and we put on
meets the first Sunday of every month Line Dancing and CW. Requests tak-
two performances a year. No prior
BALLROOM DANCE GROUP: Meets at the Clubhouse at 9:30 AM. It is a enCome to dance, listen, watch
acting experience needed. We meet
Mondays 2 - 4 PM, Party Room, ex- great place to meet other men that we bet you wont be nappinyour
every Monday night at 7:00 PM in
cept 2nd Monday is occasionally in live here at Century Village. Activi- feet will be tappin and your fingers
Classroom B. Stop in or call Bernie
Art Room. No charge. Info: Irwin @ ties include dinners, dinner dances, snappin. Call for more info: Erwin
Kaufman @ 308-0957.
917-915-2174. fishing trips, football games, base- 917-915-2174 or Lou 561-398-8785
ball games, basketball games, casino
AFRICAN AMERICAN CLUB
BIBLE STUDY GROUP - Taste & trips, cruises and other fun activities. FRIENDS OF BILL WILSON: Meets
Washington, DC Summer Bus Ex-
See: Non-denominational group. Coffee, bagels, cream cheese is served every Thursday 6:30: to -8:00 PM in
cursion
All residents welcome. Meets every at every meeting. Come and make the Clubhouse, Craft Room.
9 days and 8 nights departing
Sunday at 5pm, Classroom B, 2nd new friends and have a great time.
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 returning
floor. For information call Leonore For more information please contact GREAT BOOKS DISCUSSION
Thursday, June 22, 2017. The $815
478-9459. Ruben Ramos at 561-459-7176 or do- GROUP: Meet 1st and 3rd Thurs.
tour package includes charter bus
cruben1@gmail.com afternoons 6:30 PM, Card Room B.
transportation, lodging, tours, and
BNAI B'RITH CENTURY UNIT .We discuss short readings of Great
most meals. Payment plan requires CENTURY VILLAGE NORTH AMER-
#5367: We will resume monthly Works of literature that continue
$75 deposit to reserve your space. For ICAN EDUCATORS CLUB: Meets
meeting in October 2017. to have meaning for us today. Ju-
details on this trip, contact Flo 561- the 2nd Monday of every month lie--249-6565.
242-1260. at 12:00 pm in Classroom C. It is a
BROOKLYN QUEENS CLUB: meets
Card & Games Nights place where school-related retirees
in the clubhouse party room October HASTINGS CUE CLUB: Welcoming
Come out to play Hand & Foot or and in-service personnel can meet
to April on the second Wednesday of New Members. We play Mon. - Sat.
Rummikub in the Clubhouse Card on a regular basis to socialize, share
the month at 2:00PM, doors open at 9:30 AM - 12 noon. Bernie @ 684-
Room. All skill levels are welcome. ideas, and learn about issues that af-
1:30. For further information, call 2064 or Zev @ 290-4824.
For more details, contact: Terry 561- fect them presently and possibly in
club president Harriet Levine @ 684-
249-7262, Marilyn 561-444-9825, or the future. Contact Bob Zuckerberg
9712. HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS OF THE
Sadie 845-541-7167. For general in- at zuckie15@aol.com or 917-796-1317 PALM BEACHES: Meets 1st Wednes-
formation on membership contact for information.
CENTURY VILLAGE ARTISTS: We day of month 9:30 AM, Golden Lakes
Mina 561-574-3240. Information on
welcome all Century Village residents Temple. Bus provided from Century
club events and activities, contact CENTURY VILLAGE ORCHESTRA:
to view our artwork on 1st and 2nd Village Clubhouse. Information: call
Cheryl 561-512-1307. Meet every Monday in Classroom C
floor of main Clubhouse. Info about Kathy @ 689-0393.
PLEASE NOTE - NO 4TH SUNDAY at 1:15 to 3:35 PM. More informa-
purchase or display -- Beth Baker @
POT LUCK IN JUNE & JULY tion call Rickie @ 683-0869 or Joel @ IRISH AMERICAN CLUB OF CEN-
684-3166.
ON VACATION !!! SEE YOU ON 688-9455. We need trombone players, TURY VILLAGE- The Irish Ameri-
THE 4TH SUNDAY IN AUGUST string players and percussion players. can Cultural Club of Century Village
CENTURY VILLAGE BOOK CLUB-
We are already working on books for wishes everyone a safe and healthy
AITZ CHAIM: Daily services 8:00 AM. CENTURY VILLAGE (OA) OVEREAT- season ahead. Meetings will con-
next season. For more information
Mincha and Maariv at Sundown, Sis- ERS ANONYMOUS - Everyone wel- tinue to be held in Room C in the
call 640-6944 or email arzj@Hot-
terhood 3rd Monday of month 10:00 come !! Clubhouse at 2 PM. Our first meet-
mail.com
AM. Charlotte 917-815-7711; Char- Meets every Sunday 6:30 to 7:30 PM ing will be on Tuesday, December 5,
lotte 478-8756; Anita 686-9083. - In the Craft Room - First meeting 2017. For further information, con-
CENTURY VILLAGE BRIDGE CLUB:
Activities four times weekly. Card July 16, 2017 tact Carole- 914-343-5547.
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION: Join For information call - 242-0189 or
Room A, Clubhouse. Call Kristy
us at the caregivers sessions. We help 347-469-2929 or 308-6444 ITALIAN AMERICAN CULTURE
Brown 640-3120 ext. 0 or Bill Hal-
each other to understand this illness CLUB: (IACC) OF CENTURY VIL-
prin (248) 672-2292. Advanced reg-
and our loved ones with the many CENTURY VILLAGE REPUBLICAN LAGE: Meets the 3rd Wednesday of
istration is required for lessons and/
changes in their life and ours. Just re- CLUB- The Republican Club will each month at the Clubhouse Party
or Supervised Play. Scheduled events:
member you are not alone. We meet take a hiatus until 6/14, when there Room at 1:00 pm. For club informa-
($5/play)- Bridge lessons: beginners:
from 1:00pm to 3:00pm, every 2nd will be a meeting at 1:30 PM. Please tion call Fausto 478-1821. Bowling
Mon 1-3 PM, intermediates: Mon
and 4th Thursday of the month. We join us to participate in lively debates Saturdays at Verdes Lanes, 9:00 A.M.
3:30-5:30 PM, supervised play: Wed.
will be starting this year on Sept. 26, on the election process, our nomi- for information call Lenny 471-2603.
10:30AM - 12:30 PM, Duplicate
2016 and ending on June 26, 2017 at nees and interactive discussion of Saturday league bowling will resume
Bridge: Wed. 1:00-4:30 PM, Sat. 1:00-
the Clubhouse in the Art Room on the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of in October, date to be announced- for
4:30 PM.
the 2nd floor. For more information Rights. Hope to see all old and new info, call Lenny @ 471-2603. Check
call Carmen Watson 469-1220 or faces. As usual, cookies and coffee out our blog at: http://cvitalianclub-
CENTURY VILLAGE CAMERA CLUB:
Sandy Goldstein - 689-3540 will be served. Geoff 291-1940, Bar- wpb.blogspot.com .
Any questions, e-mail Ken Graff at
cameraclubcv@gmail.com. bara 689-9275.
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O R G A N I Z AT I O NA L N E W S
JEWISH WAR VETERANS POST CLUB LATINO AMERICANO, C.V. Se POLISH AMERICAN SOCIAL CLUB THE CHRISTIAN CLUB: The Chris-
#501: Meet 1st Sunday of month at reune el primer jueves de cada mes OF CENTURY VILLAGE- Established tian Club meets the 1st Wednesday
Cypress Lakes Clubhouse. Breakfast, para tener una NOCHE DE BIN- in February, 2016. The mission of the of the month at 1:00 PM in the Club
9 AM. Guest speakers. Activities in- GO en el party room a las 7:00 pm. Polish American Social Club is to House Party Room from October
clude servicing VA patients. Howard Nuestro baile mensual es en el tercer promote and preserve the traditions to May. Events are planned for year
@ 478-2780. domingo del mes, de 5:00 a 9:00 pm, and customs of Polish ancestry.The round. The Christian Club welcomes
en el party room. El tercer jueves club meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday everyone. A motor coach trip to Sa-
JEWISH WAR VETERANS POST # del mes , tenemos asamblea para los of the month at 6:30 PM at the Art vannah / Jekyll Island, Ga. is planned
520: Meet 4th Sunday of month at miembros segun se avise. Por favor Room . For info. call Krystyna Tell- for August 21 - 25, 2017. 4 nights
Elks Lodge, Belvedere Rd. Continen- RECUERDEN: Todos los miembros er at 561-674-4887, www.facebook. lodging and 8 meals are included in
tal breakfast, 9 AM followed by meet- tienen que presentar su tarjeta de com/polishsocialclubflorida2x this package. Myrtle Beach Show
ing. Information: Phil @ 686-2086. membresia en la entrada para par- Trip is planned for October 15 - 21,
ticipar de las actividades del club. PHILADELPHIA CLUB: The Greater 2017. LOOKING AHEAD: Miami -
JUDITH EPSTEIN CHAPTER OF EVENTOS EN PLAN: Jueves 1ro de Philadelphia Club meets the first Key West January 30 - February 1,
HADASSAH: Meet 3rd Wednesday of junio, NOCHE DE BINGO, a las 7:00 Thursday of each month at 12:30 2018 - Christmas Show planned for
month at Congregation Anshei Sholom. pm, en el party room. $$$ premios PM in the Clubhouse Party Room, December 3, 2017 (price will include
en efectivo de acuerdo al numero de with lunch and entertainment. Our Bus and Show) For Club informa-
KARAOKE Tuesdays 6 - 9 PM,in Par- participantes. Domingo, junio 11, next meeting will be on Thursday tion call Grace at 561-640-5279 For
ty Room hosted by Marshall Eads. baile mensual, de 5:00 a 9:00 pm en December 7, 2017 at 12:30PM in the Events and Club information call
Fridays 6 - 9 PM, hosted by Janisse. el party room. Por favor, tenguan en Clubhouse Party Room. There will Figgy at 561-616-3691 - 561-707-6548
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS: Palm cuenta que el baile de junio sera el se- be lunch and entertainment. For We welcome your calls.
Beach Rainbow Lodge #203 meets gundo domingo del mes, no el tercer information, contact Phyllis at 561-
the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays in Century domingo. En esta ocacion estaremos 712-0612 or 215-219-0297 THE SCRABBLE CLUB OF CENTU-
Village Walgreens/Medical building celebrando a los padres. Los miem- RY VILLAGE: Every Tues. 6 PM 2nd
(separate ground floor entrance), 100 bros del ano pasado que no hayan PICKLEBALL: Welcoming new mem- Floor Card Room. For information
Century Blvd., CSI Caregiver Ser- renovado su membresia pagaran una bers to the Pickleball club. Courts call Lucy @ 729-0705.
vices, at 1:00pm. We are an interna- cuota en la entrada. Para informa- open at 8:00 each morning, great
tional fraternal organization, non- cion favor de comunicarse con Juana way to meet new people, exercise and UNITED DEMOCRATIC CLUB - June
sectarian. The Lodge welcomes new (646-407-6808) o con Madeline (631- have lots of fun. For more info, call 22, 2017 - 1:30 PM - Speaker: Patricia
members, dual members, transferees, 697-4961) EVENTO ESPECIAL: IN- Barbara Di Domenico @ 716-499- Schroeder, Palm Beach County 211
and Pythian reinstatements regard- VITACION ABIERTE. La fecha de 6737. Come join us to learn and play Self Help Line. Coffee and Cake will
less of inactive years of service. WE nuestro evento especial esta cerca: the fastest growing sport in the USA. be served. For more information call
WELCOME ALL MEN! Participate NUESTRO VIAJE AL PARQUE DE Connie at 688-1934.
in social and charitable events. Col- LOS MARLINS en Miami. El martes PROACTIVE RESIDENTS PROJ- .
lation after each meeting. For fur- 27 de junio disfrutaremos el encuen- ECTS COMMITTEE: We are a non- UNITERS SOCIAL CLUB OF CEN-
ther info, call Irv 683-4049. Check tro entre los METS DE NEW YORK profit group of CV resident owners TURY VILLAGE: A group of awesome
out our blog at: http://knight203. vs. LOS MARLINS DE MIAMI. La concerned with Village issues. For diverse people coming together in a
blogspot.com . hora de salida es: 3:00 pm del esta- information and meeting schedule united way for social times. Bring a
cionamiento del club house.IMPOR- check our Blog at http://proactive- guest or come alone and meet other
LATIN AMERICAN CLUB: meets on TANTE: Si usan sus carros para ve- comitteeblogspot.com/ like minded individuals. Meet up
every first Thursday of the month for nir al club house los deben dejar en every second Sunday of each month
BINGO NIGHT. Our monthly dance el estacionamiento que esta detras de RUSSIAN CLUB: Canceled for the in Club House Craft Room. For ad-
is on the third Sunday of the month. la farmacia Walgreen debido a que rest of the season. For Further info ditional information, call Esther 561
On the third Thursday of the month, la puerta de entrada al club house call Tamara @ 712-1417 635-4298 or 561 328-7935. Like us
we have members meeting, as sched- cierra antes nuestro regreso, el cual on Facebook/United Social Club of
ule. REMEMBER: You must present sera alrededor de las 11:30 pm. Si no SAILING CLUB: Meets every 2nd Fri. Century Village.
your club membership card at all viene en su carro al club house, por 10 AM, Classroom C. Info: Ron @
club activities. COMING EVENTS: favor haga arreglos para regresar a su 683-8672. WALL STREET CLUB: Local resident
Thursday, June 1st., BINGO NIGHT, casa ya que el servicio de transporte of CV has formed a club regarding
at 7:00 p.m. in the party room. $$$ de la comunidad no estara en efecto SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB: Time of the stock market. We are not pro-
cash price according to attendance. a la hora que regresemos. El costo play is Tuesday 9:00 AM - , Wednes- fessionals. We are looking for fresh
Sunday June 11th., monthly dance del viaje es $50.00 el cual incluye la day and Thursday at 1:15PM. Equip- ideas. Meetings will be held every
from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m., in the party transportacion de ida y regreso y el ment will be provided. We have all Wednesday, at Clubhouse Room B.
room.Please note that the June dance boleto de entrada al juego. Asegure levels of members with a wide level of Call Don 254-0917.
will take place on the 2nd. Sunday su asiento lo antes posible. Comuni- playing ability, from long time play-
no on the third. We will celebrate fa- quese con: Dr. Pieras (787-645-3326) ers to first time members.Our goal is YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP: The ob-
thers on this date. Last year members o con Juana (646-407-6808). to get outside have some exercise and jective of the Yiddish Culture Club is
who have not renewed their member- get to meet new people Come and to present programs that perpetuate
ship will pay a fee. For more infor- MIND SPA DISCUSSION GROUP: join us. Contact Jack at 640-3373. our Jewish heritage. All of our pro-
mation call Juana at 646-407-6808 Meet 2nd and 4th Thurs. 1:30 PM, grams are also translated into Eng-
or Madeline at 631-697-4961. SPE- only October through March, Class- SNORKEL CLUB: For information lish. Our programs are held in the
CIAL EVENT: OPEN INVITATION: room A. All invited for in-depth dis- call Ron Helms 683-8678 Auditorium on Tuesday morning at
Our date is getting closer for our very cussions of significant issues.. Allan 10:00 A.M. Everyone is welcome.
special event, our field trip to the @ 687-3602.
MARLINS BASEBALL PARK in Mi-
ami. On June 27 let's enjoy the NEW NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT RETIR-
YORK METS vs. MIAMI MARLINS. EES: N.Y.C. Transit Retirees, Anyone Hams Wanted. No Experience Necessary.
Departure at 3;00 PM.If you are driv- interested in attending a meeting of Actors Studio, CVs Premier Theatre Group, invites new members
ing your car to come to the clubhouse the New York City Transit Retirees of to participate in our next play, Murder in Paradise, a murder mystery
to board the bus, you must use the Florida, West Palm Beach Chapter, written by Chuck Otterson. There are plenty of roles for you to try on
for size.
parking behind Walgreen Pharma- please call Kathy - 689-0393.
No experience needed. No Memorization Required.
cy to park it because the gate of the
Clubhouse parking closes early. We NORTHERN STARS: Canceled for the We will coach you.
will return from the game approxi- rest of the season. For Further info
mately at 11:30 pm.If you don't have call Janisse @ 586-291-8286 or email FREE Summer Mini Acting Workshops! To be held during our
a car, arrange transportation back to: northernstarsbo@hotmail.com June and July, Monday, 7PM.
home since there will be no Village Can you act? Direct? Write? Make props? Good at costumes?
bus at that time. Car pulling is an op-
tion.$50.00 fee includes round trip Want to be a stage manager?
and ticket to the game. Secure your Come join us. Weve got a spot for you!
space ASAP. Call Dr. Pieras at 787-
645-3326 or Juana at 46-407-6808.
For more information please call Jody at: 561 841-6366
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P O L I T I C A L

From Chief Deputy Property Appraiser


BY D O R O T H Y JAC K S , C F E , A A S
June kicks off expect when the taxing authorities GIS Powered Property our office then prepares the Truth
the beginning work on their budgets. (It is not your Search In Millage (TRIM) Notices for Palm
stages of the tax tax bill.) Beach County residents, which are
Looking for property sales info,
roll preparation, Throughout the summer my mailed in mid-August. These notices
neighborhood school zones, or want
when the office will keep you informed about provide information on proposed
to measure maps? Check out our
P r o p e r t y the tax roll process and as always, taxes and give you an idea of what to
GIS powered property search on the
A p p r a i s e r s welcomes any questions regarding expect when the taxing authorities
Property Appraisers website Use the
O f f i c e your property value and exemption work on their budgets. (It is not your
Tools section and get the info you
establishes amounts. tax bill.) Throughout the summer my
need, its easy and efficient.
the estimated office will keep you informed about
taxable property values for 2017. By The Numbers: the tax roll process and as always,

These are released to all Palm Beach Staff: 77 welcomes any questions regarding
County taxing authorities to assist in your property value and exemption
Number of Residential Parcels in June kicks off the beginning
the groundwork for their budgets. amounts.
the County: Approx. 600,000 (as stages of the tax roll preparation,
We analyze the estimates to This month we continue
of the 2016 Tax Roll) when the Property Appraisers Office
make any adjustments necessary to highlighting our leadership staff and
establishes the estimated taxable
the property data. On July 1, we are Total Market Value of Residential departments within my office. John
property values for 2017. These are
required to submit a preliminary Thomas is Director of our Residential
Parcels in the County: Approx. released to all Palm Beach County
tax roll to Floridas Department Appraisal Services Department.
$170 Billion (as of the 2016 Tax taxing authorities to assist in the
of Revenue (DOR), the agency The department appraises all single
Roll) groundwork for their budgets.
that oversees the operations of all family homes, multi-family homes
We analyze the estimates to
Property Appraisers in the state. Total Taxable Value of Residential up to nine units, vacant residential
make any adjustments necessary to
Once the tax roll receives approval Parcels in the County: Approx. parcels, mobile homes owned as real
the property data. On July 1, we are
from the DOR (usually in late July), property, residential condominiums,
$120 Billion (as of the 2016 Tax required to submit a preliminary
our office then prepares the Truth cooperatives, townhouses and
Roll) tax roll to Floridas Department
In Millage (TRIM) Notices for Palm villas, zero lot line properties,
of Revenue (DOR), the agency
Beach County residents, which are Highest Residential Sale in 2016: timeshares and agricultural
that oversees the operations of all
mailed in mid-August. These notices $43,700,000. in Palm Beach, FL. classification properties. Hope you
Property Appraisers in the state.
provide information on proposed find the information in this months
Once the tax roll receives approval
taxes and give you an idea of what to newsletter beneficial.
from the DOR (usually in late July),
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P O L I T I C A L
The Call and Honor of Jury Duty Your State
Representative
BY S H A R O N R . B O C K , E S Q.
PA L M B E AC H CO U N T Y C L E R K & CO M P T R O L L E R in District 86
Serving on access in the juror room. Jurors may
a jury is more also bring along laptops, tablets and
BY M AT T W I L L H I T E
than just a civic cellphones to use while waiting. I'm Matt
responsibi l it y. Unfortunately, only about one- W i l l h i t e ,
A juror has third of jurors summonsed for your State
the power to court actually appear for service. Representative
transform a The United States Constitution in Disctrict 86.
persons life. It is guarantees all of us a right to trial by As a member
one of the most an impartial jury of our peers, a right of this great
important roles that is vital to our democratic system c o m mu n it y,
a citizen can and would be impossible without the I'm honored
play to serve in their community, in thousands of people who serve every to have earned the privilege of
the justice system, and their country. year. representing you. In Tallahassee, I'll
At the Clerk & Comptrollers office, I encourage you to embrace your fight to strenghen our neighborhood
we manage Palm Beach Countys responsibility as citizens to simply schools, protect our environment,
jury system, which randomly selects report to duty when summonsed. and improve Florida's economy. If
prospective jurors from a database of Most jury services entail a single you have an issue that you believe I
drivers license records in Palm Beach day at the courthouse. And, those can be of service with, please do not
County. Last year, more than 167,000 who do serve on a jury quickly hesitate to call my office. I'm here to
county residents were summonsed realize and appreciate the weight of listen and serve.
for jury dutymaking decisions that responsibility to their community.
have the potential to impact entire We have many resources on our Tallahassee Office
communities. Understanding that website to help potential jurors 1102 The Capitol
jury duty may impact your daily understand the selection process, 402 South Monroe Street
routine, we offer many conveniences learn juror expectations and Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
to make serving easier. Rescheduling requirements, and prepare for their Phone: (850) 717-5086
is simple if youre unable to service. Visit mypalmbeachclerk.
report when summonsed. There is com/juryduty. Thank you to all who District Office
complimentary parking, movies in have served and will serve jury duty 9200 Belvedere Rd. Suite C-107
the juror waiting area, free Wi-Fi in the future. Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411-3615
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NEW
Progress in Cleaning up the Drug
OFFICE
Rehab Industry HOURS FOR
BY DAV E A R O N B E R G , S TAT E AT T O R N E Y F O R P B CO U N T Y
THE UCO
In July 2016, (ADA) and the Fair Housing Act We also impaneled a Grand Jury
our office
established
(FHA).
Floridas recovery industry is
and formed a separate task force of
stakeholders and other interested
REPORTER:
a task force now estimated at over $1 billion, parties to recommend changes to
MONDAY THROUGH
into abuses and Delray Beach is ground zero, State law, which resulted in SB 788
in the drug with hundreds of rehab facilities and HB 807 that tightens marketing THURSDAY, 9:00AM
treatment and sober homes within city limits. and referral standards, increases
TO 12:00 NOON
i ndu st r y, Illegal kickbacks, insurance fraud Department of Children & Families
including and patient brokering are among (DCF) oversight of treatment (TEMPORARY OFFICE
sober homes. the abuses within the industry. All facilities, and strengthens patient
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Sober homes of this fuels the growth of sober brokering laws.
are group residences designed to help homes, some of them being operated About 2 people will die each day in ROOM A)
recovering drug and alcohol addicts, by unscrupulous individuals who Palm Beach County from overdoses
including those attending encourage drug use and other of heroin or other opiates, and an
outpatient treatment programs, illegal activity. As a result, otherwise additional 23 people will overdose
UCO REPORTER
transition back into the community. peaceful residential neighborhoods but survive because of the heroic STAFF MAY BE
Unlike drug treatment centers, sober are degraded, public safety is efforts of our first responders. Last
homes are unregulated, which is why endangered and the recovering year, 592 people died in our county CONTACTED ANY
they are proliferating throughout addicts themselves are victimized from opiate overdoses. Such shocking TIME AT THE
our residential neighborhoods. and risk death by overdose. statistics deserve an immediate and
Because there is no regulation or Thats why we moved full steam powerful response. Working with FOLLOWING EMAIL
oversight, there is no accurate count ahead with a law enforcement task our law enforcement partners, we are ADDRESS:
of how many exist. Government force to investigate and prosecute up to the task.
officials who seek to regulate sober illegal activity in Palm Beach Anonymous tip? Call our Sober UCOREPORTERWPB@
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WEST PALM BEACH SUMMER 2017


Show Schedule Century Village
SUZI CRUZ AN ACT TO REMEMBER Saturday, June 3 at 8 pm reproduce the fabulous sounds of the 50s, 60s and 70s. Taking their name
from the 5 boroughs of New York Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, the Bronx
Using numerous props and costume changes, musical comedy star Suzi
and Staten Island, these five talented men have carried on the tradition of
Cruz always leaves her audiences well entertained. Her nostalgia-driven show
vocal harmony prevalent during the 50s, 60s and 70s and have performed
featuring hits from the 40s, 50s and 60s is rich with comedic moments and
with many original rock n roll and doo wop groups.
surprising characterizations of some of your favorite stars. An accomplished
performer, Suzi has performed in theaters, cabarets and nightclubs around SPANKY & DINO Saturday, July 1 at 8 pm
the country as well as appearing on the Good Morning America show and
Spanky & Dino have been together since 1991 and are considered one of
opening for such personalities as Joan Rivers and Maurice Hines.
the most versatile duos in the musical entertainment field today. With a vast
RICHIE C Saturday, June 10 at 8 pm repertoire of songs from the 1940s up to todays hits, their flexibility has been
a key to their success. This duo has performed at many of the major casinos,
Hailing from London and with a bounty of musical talent, Richie C pays
country clubs and nightclubs from the Florida Keys to the Palm Beaches.
tribute to some of the greatest music of the last seven decades. His show
They have also appeared with such major singing groups as Larry Chance &
consists of the wonderful songs made famous by Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin,
The Earls, Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge and The Duprees.
Dean Martin, Neil Diamond and Elvis as well as the best from the Motown
songbook. Richie C has worked with many of the great entertainers of our BFFS TOGETHER WHEREVER WE GO! Saturday, July 8 at 8 pm
era including Jack Jones, The Platters, Charo, John Davidson, Peter Noone
For years best friends Madison Spear and Josh Lerner, two young, up
and Marty Allen. The beautifully rich sound of Mei Mei Luos violin opens
and coming entertainers have shared many laughs but especially their love
the evening for Richie C. Ms. Luo was a child prodigy in China, Assistant
of Broadway. By joining forces, they have produced a delightful evening
Concertmaster for the Florida Philharmonic and is a member of the Florida
of Broadways greatest hits. They will tell you the story of their friendship
Atlantic University Chamber Soloists.
through the songs of composers like Stephen Sondheim, Andrew Lloyd
MARCEL RASA Saturday, June 17 at 8 pm Webber and Jerry Herman, so come along and share in the friendship of this
dynamic duo as they so ably entertain you.
As early as age seven, Marcel Rasa was playing the piano and the violin.
After volunteering at local hospitals and nursing homes, he found his true FLAMENCO NIGHTS STARRING TONY CRUZ
talent, singing. With a lyric sound that has been described by the Sun-Sentinel Saturday, July 15 at 8 pm
as the healing voice of an angel, Marcel has performed in many stage
Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Tony arrived on our shores in 1991 and has
productions including the Broward Center For The Performing Arts and the
been entertaining audiences since then with his unique style, velvety voice
Crest Theatre At Old School Square in Delray Beach. Opening for Marcel is
and acoustic guitar. Along with two beautiful dancers, arrayed in gorgeous
accomplished pianist, composer, educator and lecturer, Al Guastafeste.
costumes, Tonys music is considered World Beat: Samba, Flamenco, Carnival,
THE 5 BOROUGHS Saturday, June 24 at 8 pm Reggae and Bossa Nova and he does it all in English, Portuguese and Spanish.
This is a Latin treat not to be missed!
Take an exciting trip down memory lane with The 5 Boroughs as they
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CLASSIC VEGAS STARRING JIMMY BARKAN JULIA LANGLEY CABARET STYLE


Saturday, July 22 at 8 pm Saturday, September 9 at 8pm
In a dynamic performance loaded with charm and charisma, Jimmy Barkan An accomplished vocalist and energetic entertainer with a lifetime of
takes you on a musical journey back in time honoring the crooners who made experience, Julia Langley has performed in 16 countries around the world
Las Vegas so trendy entertainers like Tony Bennett, Frank Sinatra, Dean as well as in all 50 of our states. Working for the last five years as the lead
Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., Elvis and Bobby Darin. Jimmy has entertained in vocalist in Cirque Dreams, she has also performed for two Broadway series
nightclubs throughout Manhattan, the Catskill Mountains and at the Kravis national tours and is involved in the Doris Day project, an original musical
Center For The Performing Arts. Opening for Jimmy is the multi-talented showcasing the life and music of Doris Day. Opening the evening is the very
Kelley Kennedy. A one-woman band and singer, Kelly skillfully performs an funny comedian, Larry Larkin. Larrys tasteful but still hilarious humor is
eclectic mix of music on the piano, violin, guitar, flute, mandolin, banjo and guaranteed to tickle your funny bone and leave you with a smile on your
accordion. face.

YESTERDAYZE-THE ULTIMATE 60S EXPERIENCE ORANGE SUNSHINE A TRIBUTE TO GREAT 60S MUSIC
Saturday, July 29 at 8 pm Saturday, September 16 at 8 pm
With tremendous high-energy, the Yesterdayze show band will take you on In a show guaranteed to have you clapping and singing along, Orange
a flower-powered trip through the magical decade of the 60s. Recreating Sunshine pays homage to the great sounds of the 1960s songs that defined
top 40 hits from groups such as The Beatles, The Monkees, The Animals, a generation and became classics. These five very talented and experienced
The Supremes, The Rolling Stones and Sonny & Cher, this group, dressed musicians Stephen B, Bob Alter, Tony Viscardi, Ron Burruano and Daryl
in colorful, authentic outfits, is a non-stop blast from the past. The band Leoce produce that fabulous 60s sound with such classics as California Girls,
members have world-wide touring experience playing at performing arts Hang On Sloopy, Im A Believer to name just a few.
theaters, fairs and festivals throughout the United States and Canada.
REWIND FEATURING TK BLUE AND THE UNCOOL BAND
CINDY MILLER IVE GOT THE MUSIC IN ME Saturday, September 23 at 8 pm
Saturday, August 5 at 8 pm
Just hit the rewind on your old cassette player and TK Blue will take you on
With her superb singing voice, a touch of stand-up comedy, witty parodies a journey through the 60s, 70s and 80s of rock n roll music. This exciting,
and delightful impersonations of famous entertainers, Cindy Miller is a lively band also features three dynamic ladies, great costumes and special
master of musical comedy. She is also recognized for her ability to interpret video effects. With songs like Flashdance, Respect, Joy To the World, Staying
and present standard jazz in an exciting and refreshingly new manner. Cindys Alive and the music of The Supremes, and Tina Turner, there is really nothing
signature song Land That We Love, which she wrote, has been performed uncool about TK Blue!
for General Tommy Franks and also at many government and community
patriotic events. A NATURAL HIGH AN EVENING OF SONG WITH DON
STANSFIELD Saturday, September 30 at 8 pm
ACROSS THE UNIVERSE THE ULTIMATE BEATLES Transporting you back in time, Don Stansfield uses his clear, strong tenor/
TRIBUTE Saturday, August 12 at 8 pm baritone voice to recreate the signature songs of the most famous entertainers
Across The Universe breathes new life into the music of The Beatles of the past 20th century. Dons performing credits range from off-Broadway
and their solo careers, all with an accuracy and attention to detail that is to regional theater along with cabaret performances in New York. He has
incredible. This group will take you on a musical journey through the careers also appeared at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami where he played the
of Lennon, McCartney, Harrison and Starr that includes selections ranging starring role of Odysseus in the new rock musical Rock Odyssey.
from their early careers through 1980 and beyond. Be prepared to sing
along with some of your favorite Beatles tunes such as All My Loving, Come AN EVENING WITH JOHN TIMPANELLI
Together, Day Tripper, A Hard Days Night, Help! and many more. Saturday, October 7 at 8 pm
Romantic crooner, Broadway showstopper, classical performer as well as
IRIS REVSON AND MICHAEL RAPPOSELLI hilarious comic and fabulous impersonator John Timpanelli does it all!
Saturday, August 19 at 8 pm
John has portrayed Tevye in Fiddler On The Roof, Emile in South Pacific,
With her remarkable voice, Iris Revson has performed on Broadway and Albin in La Cage Aux Folles and Jean Val Jean in Les Misrables, each time
national tours in such well-known musicals as The Pirates Of Penzance and bringing his audiences to their feet cheering for more.
Evita. Her extensive theatrical background has led to appearances at such
great venues as The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. as well as Radio LU WHITE AND THE ROCK & ROLL BAND
City Music Hall, Madison Square Garden and Carnegie Hall. A seasoned Saturday, October 14 at 8 pm
performer who has played on Broadway, in Las Vegas and on several cruise Lu White And The Rock & Roll Band play feel-good music with songs
ships, Michael Rapposelli wows his audiences with his charm, wit and talent. you can sing along to that also bring back fond memories. With their silky-
With a beautiful tenor voice, he also has a flair for impressions and comedy smooth harmonies, Lu and her wonderfully talented musicians Bill Travis,
as a matter of fact, he is considered a triple threat entertainer since he brings Jim Buttaccio and Richie Benjamin do it all - Rock & Roll, Tropical Island,
so much depth and laughter to the stage! Easy Listening, Oldies and Folk music.

MARVELOUS MAMAS STARRING JEANNE LYNN GRAY & BODY AND SOUL WITH TWO MEMBERS OF THE TUNE
RACHEL KLEIN Saturday, August 26 at 8 pm WEAVERS Saturday, October 21 at 8 pm
Carbonell and Curtain Up Award winner Jeanne Lynn Gray joins forces Take a walk down memory lane with Alice Fernandes and Burt Pina, two of
with Internationally celebrated soprano Rachel Klein in a marvelous tour de the original Tune Weavers who recorded the 1957 gold record, Happy, Happy
force of songs that celebrate friendship, love, children and everything else in Birthday Baby. Let Alice and Burt entertain you with music from the 50s,
between. These gals will have you singing along to the songs of composers 60s and 70s, along with some Doo Wop, old standards and Broadway. They
like Steven Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber in a show you wont want even relate some very interesting tidbits of musical history along the way.
to miss.
DAVID ORSON: A MUSICAL JOURNEY
ALEXANDRA MARIE AN EVENING OF SUPERB MUSIC Saturday, October 28 at 8 pm
Saturday, September 2 at 8 pm
David Orson is an accomplished performer with a vibrant, soaring baritone
Possessed of a beautiful lyric soprano voice, Argentina-born Alexandra and riveting stage presence. From ballads to Broadway and from opera and
Marie has been singing since childhood. She has appeared as a soloist with classic to country, his diversity will astonish you. David has performed at
such symphony orchestras as The Coral Springs Pops, The Hallandale Pops many exciting venues such as The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and the Maltz
and has sung Zarzuela (Spanish Operetta) with the Hispanic Lyric Theater Jupiter Theatre. He is the recipient of the prestigious Emmy Award as well as
and Classical Concerts. She even appeared at the Pro Player Stadium singing the Promax Gold Award and the Telly Award - so sit back and let David take
the American National Anthem during a baseball game between the Florida you to a magical world of unforgettable music. Comedian Ben Kurland opens
Marlins and The Devil Rays! Opening for Alexandra Marie is Mark Raisch. the evening with his clean, observational humor.
A charismatic singer who truly entertains, Mark has been called a blend of
Michael Bubl, Bobby Darin and Mel Torme and always leaves his audiences
cheering as he performs from the American Songbook as well as classics from
the 50s, 60s and contemporary music.
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SERVICES
Safety the roadways will be coming to the Transportation The committee was presented
with a choice for many different
surfaces making stopping distance
By George Franklin harder and roadways more slippery. By Lori Torres logos for the exterior of the buses,.
What I do suggest is taking your We choose a very colorful tropical
Hi folks. vehicle to the dealer of your choice I know that scene and it will be implemented one
Well, summer and have a full vehicle inspection you are all bus at a time.
has arrived! I done to be ready for summer. I enjoying the Buses will eventually have a card
hope all you would suggest this being done twice new buses. The scanner attached to a computer that
mothers and a year. The old tire rotation and oil feedback I have will give us information about how
gra ndmothers change formerly suggested to be received about many riders we have at any given
had a great done every three months or three the new package time and day. This information
Mother's Day thousand miles has now been upped system has been will be reviewed and we will be able
holiday! Just a to FIVE THOUSAND miles with the positive. Not to formulate a more efficient bus
few tips this month regarding your addition of new synthetic oil. But to having to sit with bundles on your system.
vehicles. Since we are heading out be on the safe side, check with your lap is a plus. The Excursion Bus is going to the
of the drought season and into dealer. Have all your vehicle light At our May Transportation same malls week after week. We need
rainy/hurricane weather, have you systems checked and be sure all meeting, many visitors questioned some new adventures. The trips can
had your windshield wipers checked your lenses are clear and not fogged the Combo Bus Schedule and the be any day of the week and up to 8
to see that they are not dried out? over. You can purchase cleaner at times and order of the stops at Mary hours. Please fill out a suggestion
Are all your vehicle engine fluids any automotive store for that. While Immaculate Church. We discussed form available at the Clubhouse and/
topped off? How about that oil checking, look at those lenses to be their concerns about arriving late for or at UCO or you can call the UCO
change and tire rotation? Had sure they are not cracked or broken. Confession and Mass. The committee office at 683-9189.
that done? Or are you overdue? Any other questions on this subject, voted to change the bus schedule for
Speaking of tire rotation, how are please feel free to contact me at UCO Saturday and Sunday.
those "sneakers" wearing? Getting and I will be glad to sit and discuss
thin on tread? Maybe it is time to
check with your tire dealer for a new
set? With the rain heading our way
them with you. Meantime have a
wonderful summer season . Drive New Medicare Cards
carefully and be safe and secure out
after a dry spell, be aware that oil in there!
Are On The Way
ANDREW JOHNSON
C O N S U M E R E D U C AT I O N S P E C I A L I S T, F T C
Changes are coming to your Medicare wont call you. Second,
Medicare card. By April 2019, your Medicare will never ask for your
card will be replaced with one that Social Security number or bank
no longer shows your Social Security information.
number. Instead, your card will have Is someone asking you to pay for
a new Medicare Beneficiary Identifier your new card? Thats a scam.
(MBI) that will be used for billing Your new Medicare card is free.
and for checking your eligibility and
claim status. And it will all happen Is someone threatening to cancel
automatically you wont have to pay your benefits if you dont give up
anyone or give anyone information, information or money? Also a
no matter what someone might tell scam. New Medicare cards will be
you. mailed out to you automatically.
NRA Having your Social Security There wont be any changes to
number removed from your Medicare your benefits.
card helps fight medical identity
theft and protect your medical and For more on the new changes to your
UCO INVESTIGATIONS REPORT financial information. But even with
these changes, scammers will still
Medicare card, visit Centers for Medicare
& Medicaid Services. And report scams
look for ways to take what doesnt to the FTC.
Month Sales Rentals Occupants Total belong to them. Here are some ways To comment on the above article,
to avoid Medicare scams: please go to https://www.consumer.ftc.
January 61 40 15 116 Is someone calling, claiming gov/b log/new-medicare-cards-are-way
February 74 25 17 116 to be from Medicare, and SOURCE: FTC Consumer
March 82 50 17 149 asking for your Social Security Information at https://www.consumer.ftc.
number or bank information? gov/b log/new-medicare-cards-are-way
April 68 35 11 114 Hang up. Thats a scam. First,
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NTERNAL BUS ROUTE JUNE-INTERNAL BUS ROUTE - 1


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and Wellington J 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18 To 3:00 Pm
West Dr and Wellington J 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
West Dr and South Dr 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 DRIVERS 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
and South Dr 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 DRIVERS 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
South Dr and Wellington H 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 LUNCH 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19 Friday
and Wellington H 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 LUNCH 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
South Dr and Wellington G 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20 Seniors Vs
and Wellington G 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
South Dr and Hampshire S t 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20 Crime 10:00
and Hampshire S t 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
t and Hampshire St 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21 to Noon
Carlisle St and Hampshire St 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Carlisle st and Imperial Ct 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
t and Imperial Ct 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Wellington C 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22 All
on C 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
Wellington A 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23
on A 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23 internal
Wellington B 8:24 9:24 10:24 11:24 1:24 2:24 3:24 4:24 5:24 6:24 7:24 8:24 9:24 10:24
Wellington D 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25 buses will
on B 8:24 9:24 10:24 11:24 1:24 2:24 3:24 4:24 5:24 6:24 7:24 8:24 9:24 10:24
Imperial Ct and Dorset St 8:26 9:26 10:26 11:26 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 6:26 7:26 8:26 9:26 10:26 On
on D 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Ct and Dorset St 8:26 9:26 10:26 11:26 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 6:26 7:26 8:26 9:26 10:26
Dorset St and Hampshire St 8:26 9:26 10:26 11:26 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 6:26 7:26 8:26 9:26 10:26 REQUEST
and Hampshire St 8:26 9:26 10:26 11:26 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 6:26 7:26 8:26 9:26 10:26
South Dr and Glencoe St 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27 complete
and Glencoe St 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
South Dr and Fairway St 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
Perimeter
and Fairway St 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
South Dr and Elizabeth St 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29 6:29 7:29 8:29 9:29 10:29 Drive Run
and Elizabeth St 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
East Dr and Golfs Edge 12-14 8:29 9:2 10:29 11:29
8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 DRIVER 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30 at 11:45
nd Golfs Edge 12-14 8:29 9:2 10:29 11:29 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29 6:29 7:29 8:29 9:29 10:29
East Dr and Golfs Edge 2
nd Golfs Edge 2 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 DRIVER 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Walgreens-Medical Plaza 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 LUNCH 1:32 2:32 3:32 4:32 5:32 6:32 7:32 8:32 9:32 10:32
ns-Medical Plaza 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 LUNCH 1:32 2:32 3:32 4:32 5:32 6:32 7:32 8:32 9:32 10:32
Clubhouse 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 5:35 6:35 7:35 8:35 9:35 10:35
Publix 8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45 6:45 7:45 8:45
e 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 5:35 6:35 7:35 8:35 9:35 10:35
Please Note: On Saturdays all internal bus routes will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9:00 Am run. Monday thru Friday internal bus
8:45 9:45 10:45 11:45 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45 6:45 7:45 8:45
#1 & #3 drops off at Hastings Fitness Center at 8AM & 1PM ONLY, #2 runs all day.
ote: On Saturdays all internal bus routes will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9:00 Am run. Monday thru Friday internal bus
rops off at Hastings Fitness Center at 8AM & 1PM ONLY, #2 runs all day.
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JUNE-INTERNAL BUS ROUTE # 2 Please have your ID ready for the driver 2
Clubhouse________________ 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Century Blvd and East Dr 8:01 9:01 10:01 11:01 LUNCH 1:01 2:01 3:01 4:01 5:01 6:01 7:01 8:01 9:01 10:01
East Dr and Bath St 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
East Dr and Clinton St 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
North Dr and Plymouth Ln 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
North Dr By Sheffield E 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
North Dr and Hampshire St 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
Hampshire St and Clinton St 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:05 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Clinton st and Inverness 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:05 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Clinton St and James St 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Kent St and Clinton St 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Kent G and Kent St 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Kent St and Kent C 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Chatham A 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
Charham C 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
Chatham D 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
Ascot St and West Dr 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 DRIVERS 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
Ascot Cr and Northampton St 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 LUNCH 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:10 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
Northampton I-L 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
Northampton St and Carleton St 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Northampton St and Devon St 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
Northampton St and Elgin St 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Falkirk st and Lincoln St 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Lincoln St 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
West Dr and Lincoln St 8:15 9;15 10:15 11:15 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
kent St and North Dr 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Kent St and Devon St 8:17 9;17 10:17 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Kent St and Elgin St 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Kent St and Falkirk St 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
James St and Falkirk St 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Falkirk St and Inverness 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 DRIVERS 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
Falkirk St and Hampshire St 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 LUNCH 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
Hampshire by Dorchester G 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Oxford 100 and Devon St 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Devon St and Oxford 500 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
North Dr by Chatham U 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
North Dr by Stratford N-O 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
Glencoe St and Devon St 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23
Glencoe St and Elgin St 8:24 9:24 10:24 11:24 1:24 2:24 3:24 4:24 5:24 6:24 7:24 8:24 9:24 10:24
Sheffield N 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Hastings fitness by PARKING 8:26 9:26 10:26 11:26 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 6:26 7:26 8:26 9:26 10:26
Hastings Fitness by BUS STOP 8:26 9:26 10:26 11:26 1:26 2:26 3:26 4:26 5:26 6:26 7:26 8:26 9:26 10:26
Hastings A-B 8:27 9:27 10:27 11:27 1:27 2:27 3:27 4:27 5:27 6:27 7:27 8:27 9:27 10:27
Glencoe St and Falkirk St 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
Falkirk St and Essex St 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
Cardiff St and Essex St 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29 6:29 7:29 8:29 9:29 10:29
Coventry C 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 DRIVER 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 10:30
Walgreens-Medical Plaza 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 LUNCH 1:32 2:32 3:32 4:32 5:32 6:32 7:32 8:32 9:32 10:32
Clubhouse 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 5:35 6:35 7:35 8:35 9:35 10:35
Publix 8:40 9:40 10:40 11:40 1:40 2:40 3:40 4:40 5:40 6:40 7:40 8:40
Please Note: On Saturdays all internal bus routes will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9:00 Am run. Monday thru Friday internal bus #1 & #3
drops off at Hastings Fitness Center at 8 AM & 1PM ONLY, #2 runs all day.
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Clubhouse________________ 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00
Century Blvd and East Dr 8:01 9:01 10:01 11:01 LUNCH 1:01 2:01 3:01 4:01 5:01 6:01 7:01 8:01 9:01 10:01
East Dr and Dover A-B 8:02 9:02 10:02 11:02 1:02 2:02 3:02 4:02 5:02 6:02 7:02 8:02 9:02 10:02
South Dr and Dover B 8:03 9:03 10:03 11:03 1:03 2:03 3:03 4:03 5:03 6:03 7:03 8:03 9:03 10:03
Fairway Dr and Carlisle St 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 10:04
Greenbrier B 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
Greenbrier C 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 10:05
Greenbrier A 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:05 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Greenbrier and Elizabeth St 8:06 9:06 10:06 11:06 1:05 2:06 3:06 4:06 5:06 6:06 7:06 8:06 9:06 10:06
Southampton by the POOL 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Southampton B 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07 1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 10:07
Southampton A 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Fairway St and Dorset St 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 10:08
Dorset St and Glencoe 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
Glencoe St and Carlisle St 8:09 9:09 10:09 11:09 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 5:09 6:09 7:09 8:09 9:09 10:09
Glencoe St and South Dr 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
South Dr and fairway St 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10 DRIVERS 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 10:10
South Dr and Elizabeth St 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 LUNCH 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:10 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
East Dr and Golfs Edge 12-14 8:11 9:11 10:11 11:11 1:11 2:11 3:11 4:11 5:11 6:11 7:11 8:11 9:11 10:11
East Dr and Golfs Edge 2 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
East Dr and Bath St 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10:12
East Dr and Clinton st 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Norwich F 8:13 9:13 10:13 11:13 1:13 2:13 3:13 4:13 5:13 6:13 7:13 8:13 9:13 10:13
Falkirk St and Avon Ave 8:14 9:14 10:14 11:14 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14 5:14 6:14 7:14 8:14 9:14 10:14
Avon Ave and Elgin St 8:15 9;15 10:15 11:15 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 7:15 8:15 9:15 10:15
Norwich E 8:16 9:16 10:16 11:16 1:16 2:16 3:16 4:16 5:16 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16 10:16
Elgin St and Cardiff St 8:17 9;17 10:17 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Cardiff Sty and Devon 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 10:17
Norwich h 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
Devon and Avon Ave 8:18 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 6:18 7:18 8:18 9:18 10:18
North Dr and Avon Ave 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 DRIVERS 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
North Dr and Borden St 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 LUNCH 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19 10:19
Borden St and Clinton St 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Easthampton E 8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 10:20
Clinton and Avon Ave 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Avon Ave and Bath St 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 10:21
Avon Ave and Ascot Ave 8:22 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22 6:22 7:22 8:22 9:22 10:22
Salisbury A 8:23 9:23 10:23 11:23 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23 5:23 6:23 7:23 8:23 9:23 10:23
Borden St and Bath St 8:24 9:24 10:24 11:24 1:24 2:24 3:24 4:24 5:24 6:24 7:24 8:24 9:24 10:24
Walgreens-Medical Plaza 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 10:25
Clubhouse 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 10:28
Publix 8:35 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:40 4:35 5:35 6:35 7:35 8:35
Please Note: On Saturdays all internal bus routes will drop off at Anshei Sholom on the 9:00 Am run. Monday thru Friday internal bus #1 & #3
drops off at Hastings Fitness Center at 8 AM & 1PM ONLY, #2 runs all day.
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JUNE-EXTERNAL BUS SCHEDULES


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JUNE-EXTERNAL BUS SCHEDULES
SHUTTLE BUS (Mon-Fri) Mon-Fri Perimeter run at 12:45
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
Family Dollar(Wed,Thur and Fri) 9:07 10:07 11:07
Imaging Center 9:10 10:10 11:10
1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07
1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10
EXCURSION TRIPS
Library 9:15 10:15 11:15 LUNCH 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15
Humana 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 Wednesday JUN 7 PGA Mall
UCO 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 Wednesday JUN 14 Boca Town Center
Walmart/Jog 9:25 10:25 11:25 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 Wednesday JUN 21 Festival Flea Market
Publix(home depot plaza-Jog Rd) 9:28 10:28 11:28 DRIVERS 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28
Wednesday JUN 28 Golden Corral RPB + (Stein
Century Plaza 9:31 10:31 11:31 1:31 2:31 3:31 4:31
Emporium Shoppes 9:37 10:37 11:37 LUNCH 1:37 2:37 3:37 4:37 Mart Shopping Plaza 11061 Southern Blvd)
Goodwill 9:41 10:41 11:41 1:41 2:41 3:41 4:41
EXCURSIONS DEPART CLUBHOUSE AT 10:00A.M
Post Office drop off/pick up Tuesday and Thursday Only 2:46 3:46
AND RETURN ABOUT 3:00P.M
Perimeter Drive On request On Request
Clubhouse 9:58 10:58 11:58 1:58 2:58 3:58 4:58 You will be told the time to come back to the bus
MALL BUS (Mon-Fri) by the driver and also when you sign in before
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 leaving. If you are NOT returning with our bus
Dr Sapenoff 9:09 10:09 11:09 1:09 2:09 3:09 4:09 please notify the driver.
Pine Trail 9:14 10:14 11:14 LUNCH 1:14 2:14 3:14 4:14
Walmart/Military Trl Mon-Tue-wed 9:23 10:23 11:23 1:23 2:23 3:23 4:23
Presidents Market Thursday Only 11:25 1:25
Palm Beach Outlets Friday Only 10:23 2:30
Winn Dixie/Kmart No Friday service 9:34 10:34 11:34 1:35 2:40 3:40 4:40 THE FOLLOWING FEDERAL HOLIDAYS WE WILL
Dollar Tree No Friday service 9:38 10:38 11:38 DRIVERS 1:45 2:45 3:45 4:45
ONLY USE THE COMBO RUN BUS.
Church No Friday 10:41 and 2:48 9:41 11:41 1:48 3:48 4:48
Village Commons 9:43 10:48 11:48 LUNCH 1:52 2:52 3:52 4:52 Monday MAY 29 MEMORIAL DAY
Clubhouse 9:53 10:53 11:53 1:58 2:58 3:58 4:58 Tuesday JUL 4 INDEPENDENCE DAY
PUBLIX EXPRESS (Mon-Fri) Mon-Fri Perimeter Run 8:45 and 12:50 Monday SEP 4 LABOR DAY
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 Monday OCT 9 COLUMBUS DAY
Morse 9:20 1:20 Friday NOV 10 VETERANS DAY
Publix 9:35 10:15 11:15 1:35 2:15 3:15 4:15 Thursday NOV 23 THANKSGIVING
AS REQUESTED POINTS OF SERVICE . Monday DEC 25 CHRISTMAS DAY
COMBO RUN (Saturdays) Perimeter Run at 12:45
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Village Commons 9:10 10:10 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10
Church 9:15 10:15 11:15 LUNCH 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15
Pine Trail 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22
Walmart/Military 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30
Winn Dixie/Kmart 9:37 10:37 11:37 1:37 2:37 3:37 4:37 5:37 YOU MUST SHOW YOUR IDs AS YOU
Emporium Shoppes 9:42 10:42 11:42 1:42 2:42 3:42 4:32 5:42 ENTER THE BUS..
Goodwill 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48
Perimeter Dr ON REQUEST . THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR THE
Clubhouse 9:58 10:58 11:58 1:58 2:58 3:58 4:58 5:48
SECURITY OF OUR VILLAGE
COMBO RUN (Sundays and holidays) Perimeter Run at 12:45
Clubhouse 9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS 1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00 5:00
Pine trail 9:10 10:10 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10
Walmart/Military 9:15 10:15 11:15 LUNCH 1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15 5:15
Winn Dixie/Kmart 9:22 10:22 11:22 1:22 2:22 3:22 4:22 5:22
Church 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30
Village Commons 9:35 10:35 11:35 1:35 2:35 3:35 4:35 5:35
Emporium Shoppes 9:42 10:42 11:42 1:42 2:42 3:42 4:32 5:42
Goodwill 9:48 10:48 11:48 1:48 2:48 3:48 4:48 5:48
Perimeter Dr ON REQUEST .
Clubhouse 9:58 10:58 11:58 1:58 2:58 3:58 4:58 5:48

PLEASE BE AT BUS STOP 10 MINUTES BEFORE THE SCHEDULE TIME.


SHUTTLE EVERY DAY UCO IS OPEN ALSO WHEN SENIORS VS CRIME SEE INTERNAL
ALL INTERNAL BUSES WILL AWAIT THE RETURN OF ALL EXTERNAL BUSES.
JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B19

LEGAL
TENANTS AND RENTAL
RESTRICTIONS
BY MARK FRIEDMAN, ESQ.

they will automatically be defaulted into your building. As you can see unit owners are not
to a tenant status and required to the only ones who can serve on the
be screened. What if we have existing Board of Directors for condominium
language which states that associations. In order to determine
Can we amend our owners can only lease once who is an eligible person in your
There have been a number of
questions recently about rental
documents and place in a lifetime. particular condominium you must
restrictions in condominiums and limitations on renting? review your governing documents. If
Most of those leasing restrictions the documents (typically the Articles
whether tenants can become Board While you may amend your predated the inclusion of Section
members. I wanted to use this or Bylaws) are silent, then there is
documents, there is a statutory 718.110(13) into the Florida Statutes.
opportunity to revisit some of those no limitation. If your community
caveat for rental restrictions. Section If that is the case in a particular set of
legal issues. prefers that only unit owners be
718.110(13), Florida Statutes, documents, it would be enforceable permitted to be Board members, or
provides an amendment prohibiting assuming the provision had been
How can we tell the unit owners from renting their units consistently enforced by the Board
some other limitation such as unit
difference between a owners or his or her spouse (even if
or altering the duration of the rental over the years. the spouses name is not on the deed),
tenant and a guest? term or specifying or limiting the
then you must amend your Articles
Since there is nothing recorded in number of times unit owners are Can a tenant be a Board
and/or Bylaws to make such specific
the public records for tenants, you entitled to rent their units during Member? statements.
generally cannot tell the difference a specified period applies only to
That depends on your documents.
between a tenant and a guest; at least unit owners who consent to the
The Statute defines the term Mark D. Friedman is a shareholder in
not in the short term. This usually amendment and unit owners who
candidate to mean an eligible the law firm of Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.
becomes apparent when a guest acquire title to their units after the
person who has timely submitted This article is intended for educational
never seems to leave the unit after his effective date of that amendment.
the written notice. The statute purposes only and is not intended as
or her arrival. Therefore, the better strategy is to
also provides that a unit owner or a substitute for consulting with your
place limitations on newly purchased
other eligible person desiring to be associations legal counsel. If you wish to
What can we do? units, such as by placing a leasing
a candidate for the board must give contact Mr. Friedman he may be reached
moratorium on newly purchased
You can tighten up your guest written notice of his or her intent to be at mfriedman@bplegal.com
units for one or two years. This will
restrictions so that when a guest a candidate to the association at least
help prevent investors from buying
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Okeechobee Branch June Events

LIBRARY NEWS Thu, June 01, 10:30 a.m.


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Dementia Care Unit. The Great Donuts. The hours are: Monday,
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Each year all associations


in Century Village should
submit an updated
document that lists your
officers and delegates. There
are some associations that
have not done this for four
years or more. The reasons are
obvious - if UCO is required
to contact your board or to
verify your delegate they
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year. If your list is outdated
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JUNE 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B23

Take Two and Hit To Right

Around the Bases Sports of The


with CenturyVillage
Irwin Cohen Sam Milham
Seventy years ago (1947) Jackie than play on the same field with FOOTBALL: but the ball player. He gets a fine
Robinson played in his first major Robinson. St. Louis was the capital and a suspension, only to get a great
Eli, say it isn't sothat you are
league game and Hank Greenberg of bigoted baseball at the time. windfall in salary when it is over.
involved in a football memorabilia
played in his last major league game. Only three years earlier black fans Come on, Commish. Do something
scandal! If this had been Tom Brady,
Greenberg played in his first were allowed to pay their way into to show you are against PEDs.
there would be a full investigation!
National League game on the same Sportsman's Park, their home field Enough talk, it's time for action!
It is said that football Commish
Good news: Nice guy Derek Jeter
day (April 15) that Robinson made shared with the St. Louis Browns, GOD-DELL is looking into a full
is looking to be part of the team
his big league debut and broke the but only if they sat in the screened investigation of Tom Brady at a cost
with Jeb Bush to purchase the Miami
major league color barrier. Robinson in section of the lower right field of 5 million dollars ("No cost is too
Marlins. I know Miami fans are going
was 0-for-3 but scored a run against bleachers. high to get that S.O.B., son of Brady."
wild, but let's not forget the current
the Boston Braves at Brooklyn's National League president Ford Only jokingbut you never know, do
ownership has delivered two World
Ebbets Field. Frick took a tough stance against you?)
Series to South Florida since 1997.
Greenberg did a bit better wearing the Cardinals and quickly ended the New England former tight end
How many owners can say that? The
a Pittsburgh Pirates uniform as strike threat with this statement: Aaron Hernandez hanged himself in
San Francisco Giants come to mind,
his sixth inning double against the "The National League will go down his jail cell recently. There are many
can you think of anyone else? If so,
speculations as to why. I am sure "the
Chicago Cubs drove in the only run the line with Robinson, whatever the let me know.
rest of the story" will be told.
of the game. consequence."
By the time the UCO Reporter is GOLF:
Two months earlier the Detroit Nine days after the Cardinals
published, the football draft will
Tigers sold Greenberg's contract to threatened to strike, Robinson and be over. I hope the Giants get the Tiger Woods just had his third
the Pittsburgh Pirates. Greenberg Greenberg ran into each other. The running back and tight end they operation on his back. So far it looks
was shocked as was Detroit fandom. pair collided in a play at first base, need. They will not draft a QB till like he will compete again in six
Detroit's Jewish community took and the next time Robinson ran next year to replace Eli, maybe not months. Tiger has the heart of a true
it much harder as the 36-year- down the line first baseman Hank till the draft of 2019, despite what champion. It is hard not to root for
old slugger was their favorite son Greenberg asked how he was doing you think of the Giants' camp him.
and hero since 1933. Greenberg and offered words of encouragement It looks as though the New Orleans
ESPN:
announced he would retire rather including a dinner invitation. Saints will sign Adrian Peterson
than play for a bad team in the Robinson responded with, "I'd while Drew Brees still has enough in This network now says its political
National League. love to go to dinner with you, but I the tank to win the Super Bowl. This views have hurt its ratings. Pushing
But entertainer Bing Crosby, one won't because it would put you on may be the best signing of the season. stories of Michael Sam and Colin
of the new owners of the Pirates, the spot." It was the beginning of Kapernick as the Jackie Robinson of
BASEBALL: our time has hurt the network where
sang the praises of a move enhanced a long relationship and Greenberg
Well, the real season is under way, it really hurtsthe ratings! Maybe
by a new contract worth six figures. recalled that day in Pittsburgh some
and teams like the Mets and Yankees now ESPN will stick to sports and
Greenberg, who earned $75,000 four decades later when we spent
have already had several injuries to leave social issues alone.
with Detroit, opted for the higher some time together.
key personnel. The Yankees have
salary and a chance to mentor young "I admired Jackie that afternoon. HOCKEY and BASKETBALL:
slugger Ralph Kiner and to be in shortstop Didi Gregorius, catcher
He was a prince, playing hard and
Gary Sanchez, and outfielder Tyler The playoffs in both sports started
the same lineup with the rising star. not seeming to pay attention to the last month. Good news for Ranger
Austin on the D.L. The Mets: Steven
The Pirates sealed the deal with the taunts of some of my teammates fans: New York beat Montreal four
Matz, David Wright, Lucas Duda
installation of "Greenberg Gardens," on the Pirates. Many were dumb, (out with an elbow problem), and games to two. Could this be 1994 all
which shortened the distance to the ignorant Southerners who couldn't Wilmer Flores, a knee infection over again for the Ranger faithful?
left field wall and made Forbes Field speak properly and didn't graduate just to name a few. While baseball Let's hope so. They take on Ottawa
more homer friendly. high school. They called him every gets back suspended relief pitcher J. next.
Greenberg blasted 44 home runs racist thing they could think of. And Familla of the Mets, they lose Sterling In basketball, the Cleveland Cavs
a year earlier with Detroit and his here was Jackie better than any player Marte, All-Star Buc's outfielder, for move on to round two in the playoffs!
127 RBI led the American League. on our team and a college man who 80 games for steroids use.
However, his .277 batting average starred in football and basketball. Maybe it's time for a "one and Till then, take two and hit to right!
marked the first time he was under He was a real man." done" policy. It's the only way you can
.300 for a full season. But the Pirates Robinson regularly received stop PEDs in the game. If you look at Sam Milham hosts a Channel 63
thought there was enough firepower death threats in the mail and the earnings after the suspensions, Sports Show daily at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00
left in the tank to help the team and Dodgers teammates had a meeting the players involved make over 40 p.m., as well as a Computer Radio Show
million dollars. ONE AND DONE is Monday night at 5:00 p.m. on the WEI
draw Jewish fans to Forbes Field only about what to do about it. Backup
the only way to stop it. The current network.
a few miles away from the Squirrel outfielder Gene Hermanski came up
way is not working in anyone's favor
Hill Jewish community. with an idea. "Let's all wear number
While Pittsburgh embraced 42,that way the shooter won't know

HELP
Greenberg, Robinson didn't fare which one is Jackie."
as well. Brooklyn's Jewish fans Jackie Robinson went on to help
welcomed him as did many of the the Dodgers to the pennant by
Ebbets Field faithful. But not all fans batting .297 with 12 home runs and
and many of his teammates didn't a league leading 29 stolen bases. The
like the idea of a black man on the 28-year-old Robinson was presented The UCO Reporter needs help. Come on folks this is your
team. Dodgers players soon learned with the first ever National League paper! We have a small staff who all work very hard and enjoy
that General manager Branch Rookie of the Year Award. it but we could use a few extra hands.
Rickey and manager Leo Durocher
were solidly on Robinson's side and Author, columnist, public speaker
the mutiny was shut down when Irwin Cohen headed a national baseball
We need computer literate people specifically for editing.
management told the players that publication for five years before working Its not a full time job but there a few days when we are going
they were going to be traded, sold or in the front office of a major league team to need you for several hours. We promise you the work is
released. earning a World Series ring. He may be exciting, challenging and rewarding. Please call our office at
On May 6, 1947, the St. Louis reached in his dugout at irdav@sbcglobal. 561 299-9907 and ask to speak to a staff member.
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LOCAL DINING

BY LENORE VELCOFF
Sunday night we dined at stone ground cheddar grits at $19.80
the Seasons 52, which required (a little spicy). And companion
reservations. I enjoyed this very three had Caramelized Grilled Sea
special restaurant. It is a little pricey Scallops with lemon risotto, English
if you ordered like we did, but once in peas, roasted asparagus at $24.80.
awhile go for it. They had many more meat and
Start off with their signature seafood entrees to choose from.
flatbreads: Garlic Pesto Chicken Then came the piece de resistance
-mozzarella, balsamic onions, (the most important or remarkable
roasted red peppers, arugula at feature): individual small parfaits
$9.80, or All-Natural Pepperoni- for $3. How difficult to choose
roasted Roma tomatoes, mozzarella, just one: Pecan Pie vanilla bean
basil pesto at $9.90 which was our mousse, whipped cream, honey-
choice. Two were easily enough for glazed pecan, Belgian Chocolate
4 people. They also have Roasted Smore chocolate cake, rocky road
Roma Tomato, Artichoke & Laura mousse, toasted marshmallow,
Chenel Goat Cheese And Lobster chocolate-dipped graham cracker,
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We could have had 1 of 7 appetizers mousse, chocolate cake, caramel
ranging in price from $7.50 to $13.10, sauce, Chocolate Peanut Butter
or a salad or a salad entre but we felt Torte chocolate cake, peanut butter
that would have been overkill. mousse, peanut tuile, Raspberry
On to the entrees. I had Wood- Chocolate Chip Cannoli ricotta
Grilled Pork Tenderloin with sweet & mascarpone, chocolate chips,
potato mash, saut of bacon & raspberry sauce, cinnamon cannoli
vegetables, zesty jus at $18.30, which shell, or Savory Cheesecake made
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Southern Style Shrimp & Grits, exceptional meal
sauted shrimp, chorizo, bacon,
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noon to 9 p.m. Free parking and repertoire includes songs from


shuttle service is available from the throughout the Fab Fours career as
parking lot across from the Museum well as solo albums by John, Paul,
on Dixie. George, and Ringo.
The series summer season begins
June 1 with the rare U.S. appearance
of Yeondoo Jung, one of Koreas Additional summer Art
most esteemed multi-disciplinary After Dark highlights
artists . His work often deals with include:
the borders between fantasy and
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June 15 / Craft Night: Participate
illusion and representation. At 6:30
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his large-scale video, Documentary
craft beer at the museum. Visit the
Nostalgia. The presentation should
galleries for conversations about
help visitors decide if the scenes are
how objects were made, learn from
real or imagined, organic landscapes
teaching artists how to bind your
or theatrical sets. The installation is
own books, make prints, jewelry,
on view through Aug. 13, 2017.
and more.
The evening also includes a
celebration of the 50th anniversary July 13 / Vive la Revolution!:
Visit the exhibition, French
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from the Nortons collection of
photography that explore Frances
people, environs, and culture.
Celebrate the revolutionary spirit

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Mapping the Anthropocene:
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BY BOBBI LEVIN the Anthropocene, an exhibition
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FAITH AND STATE


CO M M E N TA RY BY I R V I N G R I KO N

American historians have written religion. They spoke as individuals, were not led by religious leaders but Cosmic Destroyer/Regenerator. In
that the first white persons to settle but the fact they were prominent rather by supposedly secular rulers Goa, India, which once was a part of
this land were seeking religious religious figures served to divide the who chose to fight on behalf of either Portugal's vast Empire and still has
freedom. While I do not disagree, country further. the Catholic or the Protestant side. Catholic churches, I asked another
most persons of all colors who arrived Religious leaders usually refer Mohammed waged wars, guide, a young Catholic man, how
later were slaves or came willingly, to their religions as "peaceful," yet primarily against idolaters, while he he perceived the two "trinities".
fleeing from wars, intolerance, several of today's "Great Religions," was alive. When he died in 632 A.D. "They're exactly the same," he said.
poverty and/or seeking a better as they are called, were born during tribes fought over who would be his "There isn't any difference." For
way of life for themselves and their periods of extreme strife. The Holy successor as Islam's supreme ruler. some years, I puzzled over that
families in the United States. Bible tells of Jewish people being Sunnis wanted tribal elders to choose and only recently have come to
What I question is an executive slaves in ancient Egypt. They fled their religious leader. Shi'ites felt comprehend it, for it paves the way
order signed by President Trump in across a section of the Nile River The Caliph, as he was titled, should to mutual understanding and global
early May rolling back restrictions (The Exodus,) which parted for come from Mohammed's family. friendship.
on political activity by houses them even as it closed again upon These two main groups and various "The Cosmic Destroyer" puzzled
of worship, to which the general the Pharaoh's men. On land, it is Islamic sects continue to fight each me. Now I view it as similar to the
public has paid little attention. "It said that God gave Moses The Ten other nearly fourteen centuries after Christian concept of Armageddon,
is the policy of the administration Commandments. Jews historically The Prophet's death. in which the forces of good triumph
to protect and vigorously promote believe their faith started then and In this regard, The East fares in battle over the forces of evil. Those
religious activity," Mr. Trump attribute their freedom to God's somewhat better: Hinduism is aligned with the forces of good will
declared. Protect is one thing. intervention. regarded by researchers as "the be rewarded with happiness. Those
Vigorously promote is another. The Some centuries later, an emergent world's oldest religion". It has no who sided with the forces of evil
Founding Fathers were deists: They Jewish country was occupied by the known founder. Its history is viewed will be annihilated. It's a concept
believed in God. But they also Roman Empire. People cried out as a "synthesis of various Indian that began with Zoroastrianism,
believed in the separation of "Church for a Redeemer, the Christ. A Rabbi cultures and traditions with diverse an ancient Persian religion. In
and State". Clergymen may promote named Jesus spoke widely of The roots". Of all "The Great Religions," Hinduism, Vishnu destroys for the
their religion. When States do so, or Kingdom of Heaven. His followers it is the only one today that is sole purpose of renewing life and
favor one faith over another, there is heard him. So did the Roman polytheistic, having many deities. building a better world.
dictatorship. Strongmen use religion authorities, who crucified him with a Instead of battling over deities and Traditional Islam, likewise
as a means to justify keeping a ruler sign nailed to his cross, "King of the spiritual leaders, Hinduism has influenced by Zoroastrianism,
and his cohorts in power. (Rule Jews". They misunderstood his words, absorbed them. Hindus are free to speaks of "The End Days" and
by "Divine Right" is merely one since Roman rule was temporal, and worship personal deities that give a reward in paradise for those
example.) his Kingdom was spiritual, yet the them comfort or make clear reality recognized as "good". But that same
A good religion satisfies spiritual main charge brought against him in a myriad of aspects. tradition teaches God was neither
needs and, often, community wants. was sedition, stirring up resistance I once asked an Indian guide begotten nor begets. God always was
A good State satisfies secular needs against Roman control. In addition, which deity he worshipped. Without and had no Son or daughter.
and wants, without prejudice to any some Roman cults considered the hesitation he said, "I worship the The Buddha's life story is
community. Emperor to be a god. To them, Jesus goddess". He didn't add which inspirational. Born in Nepal during
In a democracy, religious was a formidable rival. goddess, for in India there are the sixth or fifth century B.C.E.,
leaders are not of one political The Roman Emperor Constantine many, but his reply satisfied me. Prince Siddhartha, son of a king, left
mind. During the Vietnam War, (306-337) was first and foremost a (Historically, all early religions seem his family's palace after recognizing
the American population was very warrior, on the battlefield declaring to have first worshipped goddesses the ongoing suffering in this world.
divided. Protestant Evangelist himself to be Christian. Moving his instead of gods, which is readily He found enlightenment and wisdom
Billy Graham, who wrote a popular capital from Rome to Byzantium understood since the female gives and provided a path for all others
newspaper column, saw the North (present-day Istanbul,) he renamed birth. "The Mother Goddess" is still to find their own way. When asked
Vietnamese as godless communists the city Constantinople after himself. worshipped in parts of Peru). about the afterlife, if any, he advised
and continuously advocated the Numerous historians claim he moved Christianity is monotheistic. his followers to concern themselves
United States pursue the conflict his seat of power to the east in order However, it has a sacred "mystery," The with earthly matters rather than
until it emerged victorious. The to be more like Oriental potentates. Father, the Son and The Holy Spirit. speculate upon the hereafter. Most
Catholic Berrigan Brothers, Daniel Be that as it may, his eastward Hinduism has a sacred Trinity. It often portrayed in art and sculpture
and Philip, saw those who would move divided Christianity between stands atop the other deities. Instead with a benign smile, millions of
be drafted as possibly dying in a Catholic Rome and Greek Orthodox, of The Father, the Son and the Holy people around the world worship
senseless war. They went so far as to a division that remains to this day. Spirit, Hinduism's transcendent him today.
burn draft cards and urged others to The bloody 16th and 17th century godhead is Brahma, the Creator; One could write of other religions
do the same. Neither spoke for their wars of the European Reformation Shiva, the Cosmic Lord; Vishnu, the and their beliefs, but back to the
beginning: The United States
now has all these religions within
it. The religions have clergy. The
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