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VOL. 36 ISSUE 10 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION OF CENTURY VILLAGE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA OCTOBER 2017

HURRICANE IRMA PACKAGE


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VOL. 36 ISSUE 10 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION OF CENTURY VILLAGE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA OCTOBER 2017

EDITORIAL

CONGRATULATIONS CENTURY VILLAGE


BY J OY V E S TAL
Once again we have been put to the test when a hurricane hits our try finding a gas station open for gas for our cars to get to these stores.
village. And yes, once again the seniors in Century Village have shown This doesnt include having no outside contact without a telephone or
their resolve and endurance. computer unless you had a cell phone that maybe worked.
Irma is gone but the destruction she left behind in Florida and here in In this edition you will see some stories or at least impressions of this
Century Village is still evident. It will be awhile before an assessment will hurricane from our staff as well as pictures of the damage, mostly to our
be made for our buildings. I dont need to say be patient. The cooperation trees and landscaping. Fortunately our buildings held strong just like all
and understanding that we residents have shown in the last few days is the residents in Century Village.
beyond words. We are seniors but boy are we something else. We are strong, cooperative
Many of our residents were without power that surely stretched their and always caring for our friends and neighbors. Thats what America is
health and comfort to the limit. Try being without air conditioning in 90 about and thats what Century Village, West Palm Beach, Florida is all
degree humid weather! Throwing out food that has spoiled and trying to about!
find a grocery store thats open, has anything left on the shelves, and then

INSIDE
S E C T I ON A Legal: New Laws Review 3................. A19 Organizational News............................. B6
Mea Culpa!........................................ A24 Troublesome Young Men: Book Review......B9 REMINDER
President's Report............................... A2 Library News..................................... A25 Facts About Halloween......................... B10
UCO Profit & Loss Overview.................. A3 MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE B21
D E LE G AT E M E E T I N G
Radio and Consumerism.................... A26 On English History............................. B14
CV-WPC Meets Irma - We Win!.............. A5
UCO Officer's Report............................ A6
Entertainment.................................. A27 Special Hurricane Irma Pullout.......... B16 Friday 10/6/17
Mounts Botanical Garden.................... A8 Columbus Day................................... B19 9:30AM in the Theater
SEC TION B
Reader's Corner................................. A10MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE B21
Quick Look at the Eclipse..................... B1
Classified.......................................... B20
Read recent back issues at:
Nutrition and Health......................... A13 Does it Help to Know History?............... B21
Code Enforcement............................. A17 Local Dining/Food is Love.................... B2 Sports Page...................................... B22 www.uco-reporter.blogspot.com
October Events & Birthdays................. B3 Class Schedule................................... B27
Janetta Babyeva............................... A18
MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE B21
CSI Story........................................... A19
Email articles & comments:
Political.............................................. B4
ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com Thanks for Nothing, Irma................... B32

MONTHLY BUS SCHEDULE SEE PAGE


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B21
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The
Presidents Building Swap Approved
Report New Electronic Voting Clickers
By Dave Israel Record Vote Almost Flawlessly
The long-debated initiative to trade in delaying tactics in an attempt to
the CV Real Estate building for the get enough delegates to walk out,
storage building near Southampton thus denying a quorum. Fortunately,
A passed at the September 1, 2017 this tactic failed.
Delegate Assembly. The vote, using A few delegates, five to be exact,
the new electronic voting clickers for refused to exchange their ID Card
the first time, was almost two to one for the clicker, thus denying their
in favor of the swap. associations a voice in this important
The use of the clickers went almost issue. There is no valid reason to
flawlessly. One glitch involved the not provide your ID; the clickers are
accidental return of the wrong ID costly items and we need to be sure
Cards to two residents, whose names they are returned after the meeting.
differed by only one letter. This error Please be advised, that if any
was of course corrected. delegate loses their ID card in our
A total of 125 delegates voted and new clicker-based voting process, Eva
the result, seen in the above graphic, Rachesky has agreed to replace the
was collected and tallied by the ID card free of charge.
computer in under two minutes. Finally, many thanks to the Ad-
While most delegates who came Hoc Clicker Committee, chaired by
to the microphone expressed valid John Gragg, Ken Graff, Jody Lebel,
concerns about the swap and brought David Boas and others worked long Report produced by computer based voting application
good questions, a small group of hours to get the clicker initiative
"the usual suspects," having no valid ready for prime time.
counter arguments, simply engaged
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UCO Delegate Assembly Minutes


S E P T E M B E R 1, 2 017

Meeting Minutes not available due to illness.

CV-WPB MEETS IRMA WE WIN!


BY DAVE ISR AE L
Some ludicrous complaints by someone who left the State for C.E.R.T. volunteers, contact UCO and orchestrated the coordinated
were launched at UCO, mostly by having the generator. The C.E.R.T. fill out an application). These contact efforts of a number of vendors to
folks who left the State, and whose TS is exercised regularly in table- reports of damages were passed to get the cleanup underway. Seacrest,
aggregate contribution to Village top drills, as mandated by DHS/ our Insurance Chair, Toni Salometo, Brightview, John Curtis combined
life and times consist of disrupting FEMA. This Communications was who arranged for coordinated efforts were brought to bear to
our Delegate Assembly meeting. Ok! the key to real time assessment of efforts of Brown & Brown our cut and clear trees from the UCO
Complaining is a favorite pastime infrastructure damage. A third Insurance Agents, Heritage our roadways, and place the debris in
in our Community, but those of component which may have escaped Insurance Carrier, and BELFOR our relatively neat piles along the right-
us charged with organizing and notice was due to our transportation Disaster Recovery Contractor to be of-way. The removal of literally tons
rendering Services and assistance, company in cooperation with UCO on Campus as soon as practical, in of detritus is underway and will
to our unit owners were very busy, VP and Transportation Oversight order to mitigate damages. For those be completed as soon as possible.
trying to make thing better. Ed. Black. This allowed our busses Associations who are not with Brown Thanks to Donald.
The managing of hurricane to transport dozens of our frailest & Brown, are you getting this level Of considerable concern is the
mitigation and cleanup services Residents to local certified shelters. of coverages and service? As always, loss of old growth trees, and the
by UCO consisted in part of Thanks are due to Ed and Transdev many thanks to Toni. damage they did in falling. A key
orchestrating three important LLC. Yet another absurd complaint In some cases, when the TS could issue, is that in coming down, some
components; first was the integration was launched because the Main not contact an Association, C.E.R.T. significant damage was inflicted on
of our C.E.R.T Cell (Community Clubhouse is not a hurricane shelter. volunteers personally went to the the pipes of the Irrigation System. As
Emergency Response Team) into I will simply note, that the cost to building to establish contact. I will I write, the Irrigation system will be
UCO Operations, Secondly, redesign the MCH to Federal and tell you, that this coordinated overall exercised, zone by zone, leaks will be
was the vigorous escalation of State Standards for a hurricane response to an exigent emergency was found, and Irrigation will be resumed
communications between C.E.R.T./ shelters would be absolutely simply outstanding, all Residents of as soon as possible.
UCO with our Associations; this prohibitive, if it was even possible. our Village, received their moneys All in all, things went well, we
component was enabled by the UCO The TS made repeated efforts to worth from our UCO Volunteers, were prepared, and of course we have
generator, which made it possible for communicate with the Association it was a major step forward in UCO learned some lessons, these will be
C.E.R.T and UCO volunteers to work C.E.R.T contact (does your operations, and in many ways their codified in after-action analysis.
in a comfortable environment and Association have a C.E.R.T. contact), finest hour. So, instead of complaining, help
implement the Telephone Squad and to assess the condition of This brings me to the LCAM, your Community, VOLUNTEER, get
TS. Yet, we have been criticized buildings and people (Hint we need Donald Foster, he immediately involved, make things happen!

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


SOCIAL SECURITY
How Rumors Start
If you heard we are getting a
outage and in the late afternoon
while checking on foliage damage
across the street from my unit in
REPS AT
CLUBHOUSE
restaurant in the clubhouse because Sussex J I observed a generator
the residents voted for it, don't running within the rear outside patio
believe it. This came about as the of a ground floor unit. The units
result of a demonstration of the outside patio doors and windows
clickers that UCO will use in voting were open and the inside patio
at the Delegate Assembly. One of
the test questions to practice on the
doors were closed. The noise from
the motor was considerable and Im
THERE WILL BE SOCIAL
clicker was "Would you like to have
a restaurant in the clubhouse?" and
sure all neighbors within and even
nearby were aware of its presence. SECURITY REPS AT OUR
the majority vote was positive.
And that's how rumors start.
My concern is that the situation
offers the chance of poisonous CLUBHOUSE THE 4th THURSDAY
Ruth Bernhard-Dreiss
carbon monoxide gases from the
motor somehow entering the inside OF EVERY MONTH 8 AM-
of buildings. In addition I have
Generator concerns about the nearby storage of 1 PM. PLEASE SIGN UP IN THE
gasoline and of course the annoying
Concerns noise. I would appreciate UCO CLUBHOUSE TICKET OFFICE SO
addressing my concerns and possibly
UCO Officers: I am writing issuing recommendations for the THEY KNOW HOW MANY REPS
this E-mail because of concerns use or even possible prohibition of
about the use of portable power
generators in Century Village. On
these generators within the Villages
confines. Thank You All.
TO HAVE HELP US.
Monday 9/11/17 during our power From Calin Hahn
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UCO OFFICER'S REPORTS


announced in advance.
Once again small gasoline pow-
ered generators have caused deaths,
thankfully, none in our Community.
These tragedies were mostly caused
by users running generators too
close to their homes, causing carbon
monoxide gas to enter homes. Other
deaths and injuries were caused by
accidents involving refueling- pour-
ing gasoline into hot, running gener-

Joy Vestal S. Richland Ed Black ators. Many of these machines were


in use at Century Village during the
Andover Bedford Coventry Easthampton emergency. Please, in future, take
Cambridge Canterbury care to use generators safely.
Chatham Dorchester Golfs Edge Greenbrier Norwich Plymouth
Our security staff managed the
Kent Northampton Kingswood Oxford, Sheffield Stratford
pre-storm and post-storm activi-
Sussex Southampton Dover Waltham ty exceptionally well. The guards at
Okeechobee Gate had power, while
After all the debris from a storm We all know that not every sto- Century Village weathered an- the Haverhill gate worked on gener-
or hurricane has been cleared may ry has a satisfactory ending. Well other storm, with minimal damage ators. This team deserve our thanks
be the time to assess your buildings we here in the Village we have some to buildings. For those associations and a well done.
response and needs. Did your good news and sadly upsetting news. that are part of the UCO Insurance
building have a CERT representative? The Village escaped the full wrath of program, a roofing company, li-
The CERT Community Response Hurricane Irma. Some associations censed and vetted by our insurance
Emergency Team was at the UCO were able to have their power restored company, is making inspections of
building the morning after Irma. rather quickly because they were on buildings to review what if any ac-
They were available to assist and the fire department grid. However, tion should be taken due to damage
forward to the proper representative if you view our problems in perspec- from the storm. Our property man-
or agency all the needs that your tive to what happened in the Keys agement companies are working to
building and residents required. and the west coast of Florida we real- clean up damage from the storm on
Their response was efficient and ly cannot complain. As of this report, association properties, and seem to
professional. there are just a few buildings without be doing an extraordinary job of it.
But in the meantime take a minute power, and this issue should be re- We would particularly like to thank
to think about what was done and solved shortly. Seacrest Services, who cleared all of
what could have and should have Thomas Fuller (a 17th Century our roads of debris immediately af- Bob Marshall
been done in your building. Did you philosopher) sagely remarked, In ter the storm, which was critical for
have an officer or representative who fair weather, prepare for foul. This movement of emergency vehicles and Berkshire Camden
was able to contact all the residents is what we did here in Century Vil- incoming workers and supplies. This Hastings Salisbury Somerset
who were in the building? Did they lage. We know that nature is not al- work was performed at no charge to Wellington
contact them after the storm to ways kind to us humans and so had our Community. Windsor
see if there were any problems that put into place programs to help our At pre-storm CERT planning
needed immediate attention or that residents through a difficult time. meeting, representatives from our
could be handled a bit later? When Our CERT team was alerted and pre- bus company, SE Transportation,
it was possible did they contact the pared to take action. UCO held a agreed to our request to transport REPORT
snowbirds or compose a letter or hurricane preparedness meeting at Century Village residents to shelters
some form of information for them the Club House. Information was and, after the storm, they would pick FOR VP BOB
as well as residents who temporarily provided, resident concerns were ad- up those whom they had transport-
left their units informing them of
the status of the building? Did they
dressed and information was provid-
ed. The bus company set up a time
ed and return them to their homes.
Many more CV residents might have
MARSHALL IS
have this information available,
address, telephone numbers, e-mail
schedule for those residents that
wanted to ride the storm out at a
used this service, but short notice
made it difficult for UCO to get this
UNAVAILABLE
contact? Before the storm were they
able to assess the building for last
center that was being provided by the
county.
information out to the wider Com-
munity. This service worked so well
DUE TO
minute safety measures that may It was very heartwarming to see for those using the service that pro-
have included patio furniture that how many residents remembered the viding this service in the future is a ILLNESS.
was left outside, bicycles etc. lessons they learned when we were no-brainer, and service will be well
But, dont expect your neighbor to hit by past hurricanes. UCO urged
pick up the pieces or be responsible residents to check on those residents
for your unit and the building and if that may need assistance. We encour-
you are an investor make sure you or aged new owners to call UCO if they
a representative are available for any had any concerns.
problems involving your unit. As of this writing, I can safely say
So, I think the message Im trying that we really dodged the bullet. The
to convey is that all Century Village roads are clear, tree damage is being
residents are responsible for their resolved and our insurance company
own unit BUT, they should also has been in to asses reported dam-
think about their neighbors. Pray for age. The club house is open and most
their safety and step forward to help of the pools and tennis courts are in
your building and the Village recover. use. Just a reminder. The hurricane
season still has a way to go. Residents
must keep this motto in mind: Plan
for the worst and hope for the best.
Please contact me at the UCO if
you need any assistance in resolving
your concerns.

"Palm Beach County State Attorney, David Aronberg,


Addresses Delegate Meeting"
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A7

SERVICES
OCTOBER 2017
AN UNDESIRABLE RESULT UCO Monthly Meetings
OF THE ABSENCE OF AIR
MONDAY 2 EXECUTIVE BOARD ROOM B 1:30PM
CONDITIONING TUESDAY 3 TRANSPORTATION UCO 9:45AM
Maintenance to allow the material to expand and
contract unnoticed.
TUESDAY 3 COMMUNICATIONS UCO 11:00AM
By Dom Guarnagia Ceramic tile is installed a grout WEDNESDAY 4 PROGRAM & SERVICES UCO 11:00AM
joint away from the baseboard
Once again, molding and grouted tightly to FRIDAY 6 DELEGATE ASSEMBLY THEATER 9:30AM
something that prevent water during mopping, to
went wrong seep in and rot the wooden baseboard. FRIDAY 6 SECURITY UCO 1:00PM
became the That action prevents the expansion
subject of an TUESDAY 10 ADVISORY UCO 10:00AM
during abnormally hot weather in
i n for m a t ion a l an area that is not air conditioned. WEDNESDAY 11 BROADBAND UCO 11:00AM
article. I was Subsequently, each tile grows slightly,
asked for a compresses the grout, presses against THURSDAY 12 COP ROOM B 9:30AM
confirming opinion where ceramic the adjacent tile and compounds the
floor tiles were cracked and elevated additional length and breadth of the FRIDAY 13 CERT UCO 1:00PM
near the center of a room covered entire surface, causing significant
with 18 x 18 ceramic tiles, with no
TUESDAY 17 INSURANCE UCO 10:00AM
uplift.
apparent signs of water being the The days where there was THURSDAY 19 BID COMMITTEE UCO 10:00AM
culprit. The problem was created when no electricity after Irma, more
the condo owner left for the season likely than not, occurred after the WEDNESDAY 25 BEAUTIFICATION UCO 9:30AM
and thought that the absence of a damage was done. There are many
monitor would save the unnecessary opportunities to hire a person, THURSDAY 26 OFFICERS UCO 10:00AM
cost of $5.00 / week or 26 weeks for equipped with a key, to make weekly MONDAY 30 EXECUTIVE BOARD ROOM B 1:30AM
merely $130.00. inspections and report any anomaly
Different floor coverings with to you, the owner, for further action. TUESDAY 31 OPERATIONS UCO 10:00AM
differing thicknesses and densities as The cost of damages, not covered
well as methodology of application, because of the absence of inspection,
react differently, i.e., laminate flooring far outweigh the modest cost. Your
is installed with a gap, all around Insurance Agent/ Adjuster can refuse
to allow for expansion. It is finished coverage without a record of site visits
with a quarter-round molding, by your hired observer, who writes on a
nailed to the existing baseboard, only, notepad, each visit, for evidence.
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A Palm Beach County Treasure:


Mounts Botanical Garden
BY DIANNE GOLDER
It doesn't take a miracle for you to bromeliads.
walk on water. Just go to Mounts This exquisite
Botanical Garden on Military Trail new garden is
in West Palm Beach and visit the reason enough
"Windows on the Floating World" to visit Mounts,
Tropical Wetlands Garden. There the county's
you can walk over water on see- oldest and largest
through grids that form frames for botanical garden,
aquatic plants that change with the but there is so
seasons. much more to see.
This unique walkway is just part of Mounts covers 14
the gorgeous new 13,000 square foot acres and contains
Blume Tropical Wetlands Garden, the more that
largest one ever created at Mounts. 2,000 tropical
Opened in mid June and already and subtopical
Mounts most popular attraction, plants, as well
it was designed by two renowned as fountains,
landscape artists who specialize in sculptures and
large scale public art projects and works of art. In such beauty exists on Military Trail Master Gardeners are on hand in
cost $500,000 to build. In addition addition to the wetlands garden, in the midst of collision repair shops the Extension Service Office on the
to the walkway,this garden also there are about twenty other gardens and ordinary looking commercial premises to answer questions about
contains a lovely waterfall that and areas to explore, such as the rose buildings. Pull into the little green gardening from Monday to Friday
flows over natural stones, an area for and fragrance garden, the shade oasis at the entrance to the garden from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For gardening
wading birds and aquatic life and and color garden, the garden of and step inside the gates where questions call 561-233-1750. There
a small dock for feeding the lake's wellness, the rainbow garden, the a bubbling fountain and colorful is also a garden shop and plant
large, colorful koi. Fish food pellets Mediterranean garden, the butterfly plants give a hint of what is to come. nursery. Special events, classes and
can be purchased in the gift shop, garden and the edible garden, to name Then explore the gardens at your workshops are held periodically.
and it's great fun to watch the fish just a few.The purpose of Mounts is leisure. You won't be disappointed. The Garden is open seven days
as they try to out maneuver each to provide opportunities for people Mounts is run by the Palm Beach a week from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The
other to get their share. The garden of all ages and backgrounds to learn County Cooperative Extension suggested donation is $5.
also boasts hundreds of different the art, science and joy of gardening, Service in partnership with the Mounts Botanical Garden: 531
types of wetland plants and rock as its brochure states. University of Florida and Friends N. Military Trail, West Palm Beach (
walls covered with brightly colored It is hard to believe that a place of of Mounts Botanical Garden. 561-233-1757).

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Revocable Trust vs.


Irrevocable Trust
BY RUTH BERNHARD -DREISS

The REVOCABLE TRUST is


simply a type of trust that can be
must give up control over your assets.
The Revocable Trust is designed
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have sex scenes in modern books. witness has come forward. He


TESTIMONY Sorry, the characters themselves were
necessary, but descriptions of sexual
claims that soldiers, speaking in a
language he did not know, forced

The by Scott Turow


acts were not. the occupants of his refugee camp to
The rumors of a heinous war stand in a mine. The soldiers told the
crime have circulated for years: In 400 Roma refugees that they were
2004, 400 Romas living in a Bosnian being moved and to wait there, trucks

Readers
The first thing I want to tell you
is that the people we always called refugee camp all vanished one night would be along in a few minutes to
Gypsies (a discredited word with never to be seen again. Now, more take them to their new camp. As
derogatory connotations) are now than a decade later, a surviving they waited, an explosion caused

Corner
called Roma. an avalanche that buried
This story is about them all alive. It is ten
the aftermath of the last Booms job to authenticate
Balkan war, the demise this testimony. Were
of Yugoslavia, US and the masked men with
BY LENORE NATO involvement in the guns who herded the
villagers into trucks
VELCOFF conflict, and the culture of
Serb paramilitary, or
some of the Roma people.
It is a novel about a case at were they from a nearby
the International Criminal American base? Along
Court. It takes us across the way he meets his
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Your Emergency Pantry
BY J E AN I E W. FR I E DM AN , MS R D LD/N

We are in still in the midst of if you choose wisely. Most people them for as long as possible. Bread and other similar baked
hurricane season and no doubt Irma grab cookies, chips, and other sugary Individual milk boxes can also be items can keep rather well. Peanut
is still fresh in our minds. Along with or fatty foods since these foods tend useful. Local stores sell cows milk butter, especially the all-natural
everything else, we have to protect to be shelf stable and tend to stay or almond or soy milk. Some come type without sugars, can be used to
our health. During a hurricane, with fresh after opening. Junk food also in flavors like chocolate or vanilla. provide protein. Other dry goods
the possibility of many days without tastes good so no doubt it would be These are great not only for drinking like graham crackers or saltines can
power we have to remember to take a first choice. Healthier food items as is, but also for pouring into paper also help keep hunger at bay when
care of ourselves. that taste good can also be a part of bowls that contain your favorite dry electricity is out. Those who are
Many shelf stable foods can also your hurricane rations. cereal. watching their sodium could go for
contain fiber, vitamins, and minerals, Before hurricanes or other If you have access to hot water, low-salt or unsalted selections. As
disasters hit, it is individual bowls of instant oatmeal before, whole grain options are best.
wise to stock up on or hot cereal can be enjoyed. Choose lower-salt versions of
bottled water over Remember to read food labels to canned foods like vegetables and
sugary drinks like assess the sodium and sugar content. baked beans. Beans like chickpeas
soda, sweet tea, Fresh fruit like bananas and and black beans can be a source of
and punch. For apples can keep well for a few days. protein, like nuts, which can also be
variety, you can Dried fruit is another popular found with lightly salted or unsalted.
purchase individual choice. Pineapple, papaya, mango, If you have health issues like renal
juice boxes or raisins, and prunes are usually or diabetes, it is best to discuss with
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Hastings H ........... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$34,000 Wellington B ....... 2 BR / 2 BA .............. Waterfront ............$87,500
Windsor L ............ 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$34,900 Wellington G ...... 2 BR / 2 BA .............. Waterfront ............$78,500
Northampton L ... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$35,000 Wellington H ....... 2 BR / 2 BA .............. Waterfront ............$99,900
Andover H .......... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$35,500 Stratford J............ 2 BR / 2 BA .............. Waterfront ..........$115,000
Windsor L ............ 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$35,000 Oxford ................ 2 BR / 2 BA ...........................................$115,000
Camden E .......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$74,900 Somerset H ......... 2 BR / 2 BA .............. Waterfront ..........$120,000
Kent A ................. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ........... Waterfront ............$35,000 Wellington C....... 2 BR / 2 BA .............. Waterfront ..........$154,900
Sheffield L ........... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$35,900 Andover I ............ 2 BR / 1.5 BA ........................................$149,900
Dorchester H ...... 1 BR / 1 BA .............. Waterfront ............$29,000 Dover A ............... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ........................................$155,000
Andover K .......... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$38,000 Wellington L ........ 2 BR / 2 BA ...........................................$159,900
Chatham J.......... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$38,500
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Dorchester H ...... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$45,000 Salisbury H .......... 1 BR / 1 BA ..................................................$850
Dorchester G ...... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$46,000 Sheffield J ........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$850
Somerset G......... 1 BR / 1 BA .............. Waterfront ............$47,000 Coventry F .......... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$875
Oxford ................ 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$48,900 Stratford O .......... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$950
Dorchester F ....... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$49,000 Andover C .......... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................$1,000
Waltham I ........... 1 BR / 1 BA .............................................$49,900 Canterbury G ..... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................$1,400
Northampton F ... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ........... Waterfront ............$56,000 Camden L........... 1 BR / 1 BA ...............................................$1,600
Wellington M ...... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ........... Waterfront ............$69,900 Easthampton I .... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................$1,800
Plymouth I........... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$85,000 Chatham K ......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$875
Norwich G .......... 2 BR / 1 BA .............................................$39,900 Dorchester C ...... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$950
Easthampton I .... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$55,000 Northampton D .. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$900
Southampton A .. 2 BR / 2 BA .............................................$54,900 Sussex D.............. 2 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$975
Andover L ........... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ........... Waterfront ............$55,000 Sheffield A .......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................$1,000
Dorchester G ...... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$56,900 Stratford K ........... 2 BR / 2 BA ...............................................$1,200
Dorchester F ....... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$57,000 Dorchester E ....... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................$1,600
Canterbury B ...... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$59,900 Somerset J .......... 2 BR / 2 BA ...............................................$1,600
Sheffield G .......... 1 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$65,995 Sheffield G .......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ............................................$1,700
Coventry D ......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$62,000 Dorchester D ...... 1 BR / 1 BA ..................................................$850
Chatham D ......... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$65,000 Northampton P... 2 BR / 2 BA ...............................................$1,500
Easthampton I .... 2 BR / 1.5 BA ..........................................$65,000 Sussex D.............. 1 BR / 1.5 BA ...............................................$850
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Regulations, regulations! the Building Officials Association of Florida takes the lead: Enforcement staff.
Sometimes it seems that our world Florida. His office is right around the "Each community in the State
of today is full of regulations. Too corner from us, on North Jog Road. Building requirements vary of Florida must enforce the Florida
many regulations, some would say. Dom is a frequent visitor there. depending on location. "For example, Code or through agreement delegate
Why, just the other day I heard about We talked about code enforcement in the Northeast," Dom Guarnagia the enforcement authority to
a couple in the Village who were cited as it relates to buildings, of course explains, "the frost affects soil another entity," added Doug, "so
for having a closet on their porch that not vehicles or land use. "Buildings mechanics. Down to about four feet we often work together. A few years
had been there for years, from long codes go back to the Code of below the finish grade, freezing can ago permits in Pahokee, Belle Glade,
before the couple bought the place. I Hammurabi in the Babylonian disturb plumbing and levelness. and South Bay were issued and
don't know the details, but I was told Empire," Doug told us. So, although Whereas in Florida, where the water inspected by Wellington. Palm Beach
it ended with their being fined $800 governmental controls have greatly table is about three feet below grade, County is currently issuing permits
because it wasn't up to code! increased as our population and a house can built on a slab with a and inspecting projects in the Town
Then only yesterday a person urban areas in the U.S. have shallow stem wall." of Loxahatchee Groves. This sort
complained to me that one had to increased, especially during and after In some parts of the country, of 'inter-local agreement' is not
have a permit to remove a treeon World Wars I and II, building codes earthquakes are the main concern; uncommon.
his own property! And not only this, themselves are not a brand new thing.
but replace it with two trees of an
approved kind, planted where the "In Florida, building codes are applicable at the
authorities said to put them. Who makes the rules? state level. However, each county, and city or town,
How intrusive can you get? It Contrary to what one might can adopt their own 'administrative provisions,'
certainly wasn't like this in America's assume, the Florida legislature does
pioneer days. I remember our dad
which decide how the technical provisions of the
not make up most of the state's
saying that slowly but surely all building regulations. When you
code will be administered at the local level." Doug
these regulations, imposed "for our think about it, how could they? How Wise.
benefit," were chipping away at our could they make decisions about
freedoms. He was right. such minutia as how many nails in others, tornadoes or mudslides or "Many of the Countys 39
or screws of a specified length and fire.
size must be used to secure the roof jurisdictions also work together
On the other hand . . . trusses of a building?
In Florida (as we all were reminded to 'standardize' practices and
of by Hurricane Irma), hurricanes are help each other. Many years ago,
At the same time, I remember "The International Code Council, the major concern.
when I got my first car. Backup lights a membership association of over through a Special Act of the Florida
"Hurricane Andrew, the Category Legislature, the Board of County
were not mandated at that time, and 50,000 professionals worldwide Five hurricane of 1992 that virtually
I can recall more than once driving in in manufacturing, construction, Commissioners created a board
leveled the Homestead area south called the Building Code Advisory
the right-hand lane, seeing a moving design, and regulation develops of Miami, was a wake-up call for
car in front of me, and not realizing the International Codes," Doug Board of Palm Beach County (BCAB).
Florida," said Doug Wise. "Afterward, This 16-person board is comprised
for several seconds that it was backing explained. "These are developed Florida set about completely revising
up! Had I not happened to have been through a governmental consensus of building officials from each of
its building code, resulting in the County Commission districts,
alert at these times, I could have rear- process in which the members and the Florida Building Code. Other
ended these cars. Then white back-up interested parties submit proposals design professionals, and industry
states, especially those susceptible representatives from every trade. The
lights became mandated, and I was that may or may not ultimately to hurricanes, liked many elements
glad. become part of the codes. Enforcers BCAB provides guidance, technical
of the Florida code and ultimately interpretations, and opinions to
I was also glad when dual braking like myself vote to accept or reject the adopted similar provisions into the
systems became mandated on cars. changes. This set of codes forms the the County and each jurisdiction. It
International Codes. exists to make the regulatory process
Until then, if the brakes failed due basis of the Florida Building Code. "In Florida, building codes are
to a broken hydraulic line, you had "In some instances an individual, work better."
applicable at the state level. However, Does all this sound complicated?
to rely on the emergency hand brake. such as myself, can submit a code each county, and city or town, can It does to me, but complex problems
adopt their own 'administrative often require complex solutions
"Hurricane Andrew, the Category Five hurricane provisions,' which decide how the in best handling them. We would
technical provisions of the code
of 1992 that virtually leveled the Homestead area probably very soon be complaining
will be administered at the local about "one for all" regulations being
south of Miami, was a wake-up call for Florida," level. Different states have different unfair and too simple.
said Doug Wise." Afterwards, Florida set about laws that dictate which codes are
completely revising its building code..." adopted within them. Even the
federal government has rules that More on Building Code
dictate that all federal buildings rules and enforcement:
Good luck to you in such an instance change proposal that will make it are constructed to comply with the
if you were traveling fast. Now, into the code and help protect people. International Codes." This article only scatches the
with separate hydraulic lines and a "From there, the Florida Building surface of the subject of Code
divided master brake cylinder, if one Commission takes the International Enforcement. In a future issue of
hydraulic line fails, the other still Codes and modifies them specifically Other factors and how the Reporter, we will discuss roof
works. You must press a little harder for the State of Florida and these jurisdictions sometimes construction; the three major areas
on the brake pedal, that's all. are the Florida Building codes we of concern by County Planning
cooperate:
enforce today. Examiners; the steps to completion
Once in a while, however, the One should also be aware that in getting a building permit; the call
Interview with Doug Wise: legislature does get directly into the there are regulations beyond the (before Irma!) by some to ease up on
Recently, Dom Guarnagia and I act of writing the code, and then, building codes which can affect our some regulations; code inspectors,
spent an hour interviewing Doug sometimes, we have to scramble buildingsfor example, the local their training, overzealousness, etc.
Wise. Doug is the Division Building to figure out how on earth we can minimum housing and property And possibly anything new we have
Director, Palm Beach County implementor sometimes even maintenance codes. These minimum learned from Hurricane Irma.
Building Division of the Planning, understand!the intent of the housing and maintenance standards,
Zoning and Building Department. language they have mandated." said Doug, are set by each community
He is also 2017-2018 President of and typically enforced through Code
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Janetta Babyeva
Fitness Instructor Extraordinaire
BY BETH BAKER
had a Ph.D. in gymnastics. a Jupiter clubhouse as a gymnastic spiritual qualities in your body. Yoga
She also has a degree in coach as she could demonstrate opens the various aspects of your
mechanical engineering programs. She felt fortunate when body, and she feels that it should be
from a polytechnic she was able to get a full-time job at practiced by all. She likes to help
institution, but didnt enjoy Century Village. people get into the correct poses.
over the daily work for twelve Janetta loves working at Century You are totally involved when you
years. She decided to extend Village. There are outstanding people do yoga. Janetta likes to see peoples
her education at a physical in Century Village. People want to eyes when they feel satisfaction and
education university, where do things. They are enthusiastic, open inside themselves to accept
she earned her Masters, generous, funny, and like to have energy and emotional balance.
became a professor at the parties. They didnt know that they Patience is awarded when people
university, and obtained her could do so much. She has made come to class. Every week people
Ph.D. After working twenty- many friends. She feels love at first come in to join the regulars. It upsets
five years at the university, sight as people are always ready for Janetta when people stop coming
her favorite instructor was something. to class although she realized that
also lucky enough to be When asked what she liked to peoples health and lives change.
allowed to come to the U.S. teach best, she said, Yoga. She Currently her oldest student is a man
with her family. does yoga six times a week as it is an who comes to yoga class. He is one
Janetta from high school everyday part of me. She likes all hundred years old. People do what
through college and into her her classes, because she loves people. they can do.
30s performed gymnastic One of her favorite classes in the past So which class are you going
Century Village was not the routines in various contests. included dancing with scarves. She to try? Janetta is at the Hasting
first place in America that Janetta The apparatus in which she competed bought 20 beautiful scarfs to use in Clubhouse from Monday through
taught when she came to the United included juggling, vault, leap remembrance of days in Ukraine. Friday. There are classes every
States from the former Soviet Union over plus trampoline, plank, ball, She now uses the scarfs as coverups morning and afternoon. You have
in 1993. With the Soviet Union hoop, rope and scarf. Luckily, the during the relaxing end of yoga already paid for them through your
breakup, it was finally possible for words pike, arch and tuck are practices. Century Village fees. Therefore, you
Jews from Ukraine to leave, and universal, so with book illustrations, Yoga brings stability and peace are wasting money and the chance
Janetta left with her husband and she was able to demonstrate moves so into your life, your day, and your to improve your balance and life by
two daughters. She had an easier that she could teach while struggling relationships with people. A body failing to join. See you at Hastings.
time gaining employment, even with to learn English. has many sides: front, back, as well as
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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
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SERVICES
Safety then do all the texting you want The
highways and roadways are NOT the
Do you know how to do a safety
inspection on your vehicle and do
lights. You never know what kind of
nuts are out there. Should what you
By George Franklin place to text. How about all the nice you do this prior to making a trip? may perceive to be a violent reaction
new electronic gadgets that are now Checking tires, coolants, glass, lights, happen use your cell phone to call
Hi Folks For included with new cars? Do you have windshield wipers, brakes ,steering.A 9-1-1 at once! Give the operator your
this column all your setting selected? OR do you very good suggestion If you are going location a description of the vehicle
I am going to wait until you start driving to fiddle to make a long trip take your vehicle and license plate if you can along
focus on Traffic with them? Take your eyes off the into YOUR car dealer have them with the driver description. Follow at
Safety. While road for 3 seconds and CRASH you perform a safety maintenance check. a safe distance until a police officer
reading the have an accident happen. PLEASE This may cost a few dollars but is shows up. Pretty soon now we will be
Palm Beach select and make your settings prior certainly worth the piece of mind it having our influx of returning Snow
Post the end to making your trip! How about gives you. Who knows may find a Birds here and roadways will get
of August obeying the stop signs and speed laws? problem and you can have it repaired crowded again. Drive DEFENSIVELY
there was a very interesting article Stop sign and speeding violations while there saving you a break down at all times and obey the laws! If you
regarding the "Worst drivers are in occur every day and account here in on the road. How about "ROAD would like to discuss any of these
Florida." Well interesting enough the village for many citations being RAGE?" thats a real problem here. If points or have suggestions you would
I had to agree with that They gave issued. These both come with hefty you should make a mistake or some like to make feel free to call me at the
percentage numbers of what was fines and points on your licenses. one causes you a problem RELAX UCO Office and I will be more then
happening such as Texting while And guess what happens next? Yup let it go DO NOT engage the other happy to sit and discuss them with
driving, Speeding,Crashes and alot Your insurance bill! Bingo!! Thats driver by waving a "finger" at him you. Meantime drive safely and be
more. Just here in the Village for the if the insurance does not drop you. or shaking you fist or flashing your secure out there!
month of July there were a total of
57 traffic stops made by the Sheriff's Hi folks Hope everyone had a good safe Labor Day table was Sgt Hightower and Deputies Bush and Ellis
Dept. Now when you think about Holiday. Just a note to let you all know about the PILL and I thank them for their expertise with this. Also
that not all resulted in citations DROP PROGRAM we held on September 1st at the not to be left out was V.P. Eva Rachesky W.P.R.F and
being written BUT enough careless club house. We advertised this program very heavily in her staff for allowing the use of the club house lobby
driving was done to warrant those hopes that we could get a great response from Century UCO President David Israel and Security Committee
stops. What about texting? How Village residents. According the the Palm Beach Chair Ed Black and member Mike Rayber ,UCO V.P
many times have I written about that County Sheriff's Office this was the FIRST time this Joy Vestal of the UCO REPORTER for all their support
in this column? It is only a matter of program was offered outside of bringing medications and help promoting the program and making sure
time before the state makes that a to their offices for disposal! This has never before been things went as planned. The amount of medications
primary offense. Whats that mean? done with an outside venue before! For those of you collected surpassed our wildest imagination ! I want
A PRIMARY OFFENSE means an that were not able to make this program don't worry to thank ALL of you that participated by holding onto
officer can stop you for no other we plan on doing this again in winter season so hold those medications and waiting to properly dispose
reason then what they observe. They on to those pills! When I left the club house at a bit of them and NOT throwing them into your sinks
do not need to observe you doing after 11:00 A.M. there we FOUR (4) large boxes already or toilets! Our environment will be alot safer and
something else PRIOR to the stop. filled up and deputies had called in for more boxes cleaner thanks to you all. Keep watching my column
Texting is "Distracted Driving." I to handle the flow of medications still coming in! I for further updates on the next planned collection
don't have to tell you what happens would like to thank Chief Gauger, Capt Palenzuela and date! If I have forgotten to thank anyone I apologize
on the roadways by people doing this. Lt Hill for their help with sponsoring and setting up and again thank ALL the residents that participated in
If you have the need to text PULL this program for us. Manning the club house lobby this most important program
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LEGAL REVIEW OF NEW LAWS PART 3


BY MARK FRIEDMAN, ESQ.
management company of the contract with the party providing director or officer, or the relative of
association. (We do not represent the maintenance or management services the director or officer, must notify
management companies in Century may be cancelled by a majority vote the board in writing of his or her
Village). of the unit owners other than the intention not to pursue the proposed
A board member, manager, or contracting party or an officer or activity or to withdraw from office.
management company may not board member of such party. If the board finds that an officer or
purchase a unit at a foreclosure sale Directors and officers and the a director has violated this provision,
resulting from the associations relatives of such directors and the officer or director shall be deemed
foreclosure of its lien for unpaid officers must disclose to the board removed from office. The vacancy
assessments or take title by deed in lieu any activity that may reasonably be shall be filled according to general
of foreclosure. A party contracting to construed to be a conflict of interest. law.
provide maintenance or management A rebuttable presumption of a A contract entered into between
services to an association or an officer conflict of interest exists if any of a director or an officer, or a relative,
Suspension of Voting
or board member of such party, may the following occurs without prior and the association, that has not
Rights not purchase a unit at a foreclosure notice: been properly disclosed as a conflict
One of the remedies available to sale resulting from the associations A director or officer, or a relative, of interest or potential conflict of
the Board in dealing with unit owners foreclosure of its lien for unpaid enters into a contract for goods interest as required, is voidable
who do not pay their monetary assessments or take title by deed in and services with the association. and terminates upon the filing of
obligations to the association is the lieu of foreclosure. A director or an officer, or a relative, a written notice terminating the
suspension of voting rights. The An association may not employ holds an interest in a corporation, contract with the board of directors
criteria for taking such action has or contract with any service provider limited liability corporation, which contains the consent of at least
changed. Voting rights may only be that is owned or operated by a board partnership, limited liability 20 percent of the voting interests of
suspended if the delinquent amount member or with any person who has partnership, or other business the association.
is more than $1,000 and more than a financial relationship with a board entity that conducts business For purposes of the conflict of
90 days delinquent. Note that a member or officer, or a relative within with the association or proposes interest provisions, the term relative
monetary threshold has been added. the third degree of consanguinity by to enter into a contract or other means a relative within the third
Further, proof of such monetary blood or marriage of a board member transaction with the association. degree of consanguinity by blood or
obligation must now be provided or officer. This does not apply if the marriage.
to the unit owner thirty days before board member or officer (or relative If a director or officer, or a relative,
such suspension can take effect. as described) owns less than 1 percent proposes to engage in an activity Mark D. Friedman is a shareholder in
of the equity shares. that is a conflict of interest, the the law firm of Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.
Conflicts of Interest If 50 percent or more of the units proposed activity must be listed on, This article is intended for educational
in the condominium are owned and all contracts and transactional purposes only and is not intended as
The laws regarding conflict of
by a party contracting to provide documents related to the proposed a substitute for consulting with your
interest became more elaborate in
maintenance or management services activity must be attached to, the associations legal counsel. If you wish to
2017.
to an association or by an officer meeting agenda. If the board votes contact Mr. Friedman he may be reached
An association may not hire
or board member of such party, the against the proposed activity, the at mfriedman@bplegal.com
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MEA CULPA!
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I remembered to celebrate our countrys


independence on July 4th.
I reminded my son (via numerous emails)
that July 23 was officially Parents Day.
I sipped a beer on International Beer Day
(August 4)
Sadly, I forget to celebrate Womens
Equality Day on August 26.

August 26 celebrates the proposes a national paid family leave sisters pushed for womens rights Social Security, a change that took
ratification of the 19th Amendment program. Our working families must in their own newspaper and even place 15 years after the law was first
to the U.S. Constitution. One- be able to provide and care for their advocated for sex education. In 1872, enacted in 1935.
hundred and forty-three years after children without fear of financial she ran for president as an Equal Eleanor Roosevelt's work on
theU.S. was founded, the right to insolvency, to strengthen our Rights candidate. behalf of women began long before
vote was no longer limited by gender. communities and drive a booming For African-American women, her husband, Franklin D. Roosevelt,
Women were granted the right to economy getting the vote often didn't mean won the presidency. After joining
vote. It is interesting to note that over being able to cast a ballot. But Mary the Women's Trade Union League
The observance of Womens 3,000 women ran for elected office McLeod Bethune, a well-known in 1922, she introduced Franklin
Equality Day not only commemorates in the 50 years before women got activist and educator, was determined to friends like Rose Schneiderman,
the passage of the 19th Amendment, the right to vote. Although women that she and other women would which helped him to understand
but also calls attention to womens were not allowed to vote, there was exercise their rights. Bethune the needs of female workers. When
continuing efforts toward full nothing stopping them from running raised money to pay the poll tax in Franklin won the White House,
equality. for office. According to research, Daytona, Florida (she got enough for Eleanor used her new position to
Technically, Womens Equality the first women elected to office in 100 voters), and also taught women support women's interests; even the
Day is not an official U.S. holiday but the U.S. were Marietta Patrick and how to pass their literacy tests. Even press conferences she held for female
it has been recognized by Congress Lydia Hall. They were both elected to facing off with the Ku Klux Klan reporters helped them in their jobs.
since 1971 when the late Bella Abzug, the Ashfield, Massachusetts School couldn't keep Bethune from voting. Eleanor continued to be an advocate
then representing New York in the Board in 1855. A former factory worker and for women after Franklin's death.
House, introduced a joint resolution. The first woman elected to dedicated labor organizer, Rose She spoke out about the need for
The law was passed but it only gives Congress was elected four years Schneiderman focused on the equal pay during John F. Kennedy's
the President authority to issue a before women got the right to vote. needs of working women post- administration
proclamation. It didnt make it a Jeannette Pickering Rankin (1880- suffrage. She did this while holding The observance of Womens
federal holiday. 1973) was elected to represent one of various positions: From 1926 to Equality Day on August 26 not only
President Donald Trump issued Montanas two at-large districts. To 1950, Schneiderman was the only commemorates the passage of the
his proclamation on August 25. date, she remains the only woman to woman on the National Recovery 19th Amendment, but also calls
My Administration is committed represent the state in Congress. Administration's Labor Advisory attention to womens continuing
to fostering an economy where all The first woman to run for U.S. Board; and she served as New York efforts toward full equality.
women can succeed and thrive, president was Victoria Woodhull. State's Secretary of Labor from 1937 Although it celebrates the day women
Trumps proclamation reads. We The Ohio-born Woodhull and her to 1943. During the Great Depression, were finally granted the right to vote,
must prioritize the needs of working sister moved to New York City in she called for unemployed female it reminds us that there is still so
mothers and families, including 1867 and got the financial backing workers to get relief funds. She much to fight for.
access to affordable childcare. of the richest man in America at wanted domestic workers (who were
Therefore, for the first time in the the time, Commodore Cornelius almost all women) to be covered by
history of this country, my budget Vanderbilt. With his backing, the

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Okeechobee Branch October Events

LIBRARY NEWS By Appointment


Mon, Oct 2, 6:00 p.m.
Book-a-Librarian
eBook Assistance
BY C H A R L E S WAU G H
Thu, Oct 5, 2:00 p.m. Computer Q&A
October offerings at the screen. In the digital realm we will Tue, Oct 10, 8:30 a.m. Mousing
Okeechobee Blvd Branch include offer a range of classes including
a variety of educational classes ebooks, basic computing, internet, Wed, Oct 11, 2:00 p.m. Adult Coloring
and events! For Hispanic Heritage word processing and resume help. Thu, Oct 12, 2:00 p.m. Movie Matinee
Month, we have Dominican The Okeechobee Boulevard Branch
Republics Traditions / Tradiciones Library is located next to Dunkin' Sat, Oct 14, 2:30 p.m. Hispanic Heritage Event
de la Repblica Dominicana, a lively Donuts. The hours are: Monday, Tue, Oct 17, 8:30 a.m. Internet Browser Basic
celebration of history and culture. Tuesday, and Wednesday from 10:00
Attend two activities focusing a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Thursday and Wed, Oct 18, 2:00 p.m. Medicare Open Enrollment
on Medicare. Medicare Open Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Thu, Oct 19, 2:00 p.m. Movie Matinee
Enrollment is approaching, so check and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00
out the SHINE Open Enrollment p.m. All Village residents, including Mon, Oct 23 6:00 p.m. Beginning Word 2013
event. Also, learn about Medicare/ seasonal residents, are eligible for Wed, Oct 25, 2:00 p.m. Medicare/Medicaid Fraud
Medicaid Fraud with the Senior a free library card with proper I.D.
Medicare Patrol. We also have Adult Visit the library today! Thu, Oct 26, 2:00 p.m. Resume Basics
Coloring and movies on our BIG

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RADIO & foreign-born consumers as well.


As you would expect, there was
opposition to the advertising and
promotional practices during the
history as the first product to feature
singing commercial on network
radio. It aired on Christmas Eve
1926. The soon-to-be-famous Have

CONSUMERISM
1920s. In the early 1920s consumer You Tried Wheaties was sung by
activists began writing critiques a quartet called the The Wheaties
on advertisers manipulation Quartet. The jingle asked listeners

America
of consumers. Articles entitled to try Wheaties, and told them what
Averting Calamity, The Billboard it contained. Wherever the jingle
Curse, Are We Debauched by was heard, Wheaties sales increased.
Salesmanship, and an aggressive However, the commercials for

in the 1920s
attack on subway advertisements Wheaties were heard in very limited
hit New York in 1928. In a 1929 areas in the United States. General
issue of the Nation, an article Mills, was going to discontinue
entitled. Publicity Gone Mad, making Wheaties because of lagging
Sinclair Lewis lambasted public sales. An advertising executive
relation professionals in politics, suggested that the commercial be
product advertising for Lucky used in on programs in all areas of
Strikes cigarettes, Ponds cold cream, the country. The commercial was
and auto bodies by Fisher. Lewis aired, sales improved and Wheaties
and Charles Lindbergh denounced became one of the most popular
the methods used by advertisers cereals in the nation. During the
to garner famous personalities to 1930s the Wheaties jingle would
sponsor products..
These activities
led Stuart Chase, a
staunch consumerism
BY STEW RICHLAND critic to co-found a
Consumer Research
Historically after every war, and commercial airplane flights company which later
populations that were urged to were novelties during the 1920s. The evolved into today's
sacrifice and not consume products United States became a consumer Consumer Union. This
that were essential for the war effort, society. Truth in Advertising?
found themselves free of these Movement along with
restrains and felt justified to spend Consumerism of the 1920 the Better Business
their money on all products that was something new in American Bureau supported the
they had denied themselves because culture. Our Founding Fathers, idea that consumers
of the war. This explains why, utopian thinkers, poets, writers or needed protection
especially in the United States, where historian, had no hint to what was from these slick
the ravages of war did not destroy developing in America during this advertisers.
the nations infrastructure and the decade of prosperity. Supporters This was the
centers of production to become the of consumerism would boast, The environment that the
worlds greatest consumer nation. American citizen has more comforts fledgling commercial
Thus Americans had more money and conveniences than kings had two radio industry of the
to spend. The big question was what hundred years ago. Samuel Strauss, 1920s had to deal with.
products were they going to spend a consumer specialist of the 1920s In order for the radio
their new found wealth on? Business observed that, Consumptionism is industry to survive in
along with their advertising partners their science of compelling men to use this climate there had
stepped in to create a consumer more and more things. Producers to be a solution to a basic question, attract a specific group of radio
economy on a scale unknown before were to satisfy and also to create How to Sell the Product on the Air? listeners-children. With a slight
then. consumer needs on a scale unknown If you looked at the listings of radio change in the words, the jingle was
Americans in the 1920s were before. Businesses used advertising programs of the early 1920s you sung on the program
the first to wear ready-made, exact- to inculcate new tastes and desires, would notice programs like the Ipana Wheaties was most famous
size clothing. They were the first to educating the public about the Troubadours, the Eveready Program for sponsoring on radio, JACK
play electric phonographs, to use existence, benefits, and operating and the A&P Gypsies. You might ARMNSTRONG, THE ALL
electric vacuum cleaners, to listen how-to's of unfamiliar products notice the connection of the radio AMERICAN BOY.
to commercial radio broadcasts, through a variety of marketing program and the sponsors name on In my next article, I will discuss
and to drink fresh orange juice approaches. Newspapers, magazines the show title. The reason for this was the impact that radio had on sports,
year round. In countless ways, provided a cross section of the wares the government did not allow direct politics, and shaping American
large and small, American life was that were available for purchase. advertising. The trick was to inform culture of the late 1920s and 30s.
transformed during the 1920s, at Outdoor billboard and electric-sign listeners of the product within the Here is the opening segment of
least in urban areas. Cigarettes, advertisements were widespread, a confines of the rules on broadcasting. a typical Jack Armstrong program.
cosmetics, and synthetic fabrics form of product promotion that, The Palmolive program featured What a contrast between what the
such as rayon became staples of because it was primarily pictorial, singers Fran Munn and Virginia Jack Armstrong program supported
American life. Newspaper gossip could be appreciated not only by Rea. However, when the performers and what is happening in our society
columns, illuminated billboards, well educated, but by less literate and were introduced they went under today. What do you think?
the alias of Paul Oliver and Olive Jack Armstrong:
Palmer. Many radio listeners did Jack Armstrong:
buy products that announcers were Jack Armstrong:
selling on the radio. Pespsodent Jack Armstrong: The All American
Tooth Paste was a floundering Boy
company until they sponsored Amos Wave the flag for Hudson high,
n Andy, one of the most popular boys Show them how we stand
programs on the air. The best way to Ever shall our team be champions
keep such a popular program on the Known throughout the land (keep
air was to buy the sponsors product. humming)
People were told that the tooth Wheaties, Breakfast of
paste contained Irium which was Champions, bring you the thrilling
a gentle way of cleaning your teeth. adventures of Jack Armstrong, The
This show remained on the air until All-American Boy! Listen fellows
1938, when the sponsor shifted to and girls! You know what I'd like to
Bob Hope. Hopes program was a top do right now? Well, I'll tell you. I'd
rated program during the 1940s. like to ring bells and blow whistles...
Wheaties made advertising
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE A27

OCTOBER 2017 ENTERTAINMENT

Saturday, October 7, 8 pm Saturday, October 14, 8 pm Saturday, October 21, 8 pm Saturday, October 28, 8 pm
AN EVENING WITH LU WHITE AND BODY AND SOUL DAVID ORSON
JOHN TIMPANELLI THE ROCK & ROLL BAND WITH TWO MEMBERS OF THE TUNE A MUSICAL JOURNEY
Romantic crooner, Broadway Lu White And The Rock & Roll Band play feel- WEAVERS David Orson is an accomplished performer with
showstopper, classical performer as well as good music with songs you can sing along to Take a walk down memory lane with Alice a vibrant, soaring baritone and riveting stage
hilarious comic and fabulous impersonator that also bring back fond memories. With Lu on Fernandes and Burt Pina, two of the original Tune presence. From ballads to Broadway and from
John Timpanelli does it all! From Broadway to the keyboard, Richie Benjamin on drums, Dennis Weavers who recorded the 1957 gold record, Happy, opera and classic to country, his diversity will
classical and from pop to comedy, John wows his Koch on bass and Harry Hafferkamp on guitar, Happy Birthday Baby. Let Alice and Burt entertain astonish you. Opening for David is Comedian Ben
audiences with his untiring energy and remark- they do it all - Rock & Roll, Tropical Island, Easy you with music from the 50s, 60s and 70s, along Kurkland.
able stage presence. This is truly an evening you Listening, Oldies and Folk music with some Doo Wop, old standards and Broadway.
will remember.

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.

OC TOBER 2017 MOVIES


10/01 Sun. 1:45PM THE ZOO KEEPERS WIFE - Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenberg and Daniel Brhl
10/02 Mon. 6:45PM PG-13, 127 MIN
10/03 Tue. 1:45PM The film is based on the real-life heroism of Jan and Antonina Zabinski who helped save 300 Jews and
10/05 Thu. 6:45PM insurgents during the Holocaust. Owning the flourishing Warsaw Zoo in 1939, Antonina is forced to report to
10/08 Sun. 1:45PM the Reichs newly appointed chief zoologist when Germany invades Poland. In order to fight back, Antonina
starts working with the resistance to save lives, putting her own and their childrens lives at risk

10/09 Mon. 6:45PM GOING IN STYLE Morgan Freeman, Joey King, Alan Arkin, Christopher Lloyd and Michael Caine
10/10 Tue. 1:45PM PG-13, 96 MIN
10/12 Thu. 6:45PM When their pension fund becomes a corporate casualty, three life-long retired buddies, in desperate need to
10/15 Sun. 1:45PM pay their bills, decide to rob the very bank that absconded with their money.
10/16 Mon. 6:45PM

R Rated Movies 10/17 Tue. 1:45PM BEAUTY AND THE BEAST - Emma Watson, Luke Evans, Josh Gad, Dan Stevens, Kevin Kline
R Rated (under 16 requires
accompanying parent or adult 10/19 Thur. 6:45PM PG, 129 MIN
guardian). 10/22 Sun. 1:45PM Disneys live-action musical epic tale of a young prince imprisoned in the body of a beast who can only be
Additional ratings for this movie are: 10/23 Mon. 6:45PM freed by true love is filled with wonderful songs, an enchanted cast, fabulous costumes and great special
V for Violence
10/24 Tue. 1:45PM effects.
L for Language (strong language and
drug content)
N for Nudity (graphic nudity)
10/26 Thur. 6:45PM GIFTED - Chris Evans, Mckenna Grace, Lindsay Duncan and Octavia Spencer
SC for Sexual Content (pervasive
language including sexual references and 10/29 Sun. 1:45PM PG-13 111 MIN.
situations) 10/30 Mon. 6:45PM Thought-provoking drama about a single man who gets drawn into a custody battle with his mother when
An R rated motion picture, in the view 10/31 Tue. 1:45PM the niece he is raising is found to be a math prodigy.
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. directed to W.P.R.F. at 640-3120.
This showing will be in Room C
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Hi Folks
Well here we go A Drum Roll Please!!
The final tally and figures are in The
PILL DROP PROGRAM was a GREAT
Success Century Village residents
dropped off a Grand Total of ONE
HUNDRED NINE and a HALF POUNDS
Actors Studio of Century Village (109.5) of Medications! AT first we
Presents thought there was a larger amount
however after all was said and done
DISORDER IN THE COURT II
a comedy written by Jody Lebel
this was the final tally! Again thanks
Century Village Night Court to everyone that participated in this
Be careful what you wish for! program and we WILL be holding this
program again during winter season so
What happened to Judge Crank? as stated in my other article hold on to
Are there aliens on our golf course?
She had him declared dead. Hes back! those extra pills and medications until
Who the heck is Delicious Delores? next time! Watch for announcements
to follow and PLEASE DO NOT FLUSH
Two FREE Performances:
them down the toilets or throw
Thursday November 9th @ 7:00PM away in your sinks or garbage. These
Thursday November 16th @7:00PM
medications will hurt the environment
Clubhouse Party Room and water supplies! Thanks again!!
Its not exactly Perry Mason!
George Franklin

HALLOWEEN
h h b k h l d
DANCE!
SATURDAY
OCTOBER 28, 2017
Congregation anshei sholom sisterhood
Invites you to join us for a Luncheon & Card Party Please join us for an
Play your favorite games Meet new Friends evening of dancing and fun
in the Clubhouse Party Room
Wednesday, October 25, 2017
from
11:30 AM 3:00 PM 7:00 pm 10:00 pm
Contribution: $15.00 per person Dance Tickets go on sale
Lunch will be served Monday, October 2 at 9:00 amND

Reserve a Table One resident can purchase up to


one full table (8 seats)
For Reservations & Info: Call Anita 688-2767 ID card required for each ticket
Each resident can purchase one guest ticket only
Roz - 640-7547
Ticket Cost: $8.00
Ticket cost for guests $11.00
($8.00 plus $3.00 Guest Fee)

Costume and Door Prizes


(COSTUMES ARE OPTIONAL)
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VOL. 36 ISSUE 10 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF UNITED CIVIC ORGANIZATION OF CENTURY VILLAGE, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA OCTOBER 2017

A Quick Look at
the Eclipse
BY LINDA GRAFF
This is Century Village residents After a short time, it started getting
Linda and Ken Graff's memories of darker -- lights from the surrounding
their trip to view the recent eclipse. stores and lampposts started coming
We arrived in Anderson , South on, then the sun started to disappear
Carolina about 1:30 PM on the day showing a beautiful dark circle with
of the eclipse, August 21. Ken, a a bright halo light around it. It was
retired professional photographer an exceptional sight to see.
immediately started setting up his Even though this historical event
cameras and tripod, in the meantime only lasted a few moments people
I gathered our supplies making sure around the world were fascinated
we had our protective glasses. At by this act of nature. After catching
about 2:40 PM the parking lot started our breath we all started to pack up
filling up with anxious and excited and head back home with beautiful
people. There hasn't been a total pictures and memories of this
solar eclipse across the United States breathtaking event that took place
since 1918 almost 100 years ago. It during our lifetime .
seemed like the whole country was See you in 2024 for the next
fascinated with this event including eclipse.
ourselves.
Photo by Ken Graff

Photo by Ken Graff

Photo by Ken Graff


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LOCAL DINING
425 25th St West Palm Beach, Florida
www.malakor.com (561) 762-9070

BY LENORE VELCOFF
Malakor means papaya, a Thai celery, noodles, fried, and 3 Thai carrots, green beans bell peppers and
kitchen staple. Being true to the dumplings (filled with shrimp & sliced kefir lime leaves). Companions
lessons first learned at home, many chicken, Thai herbs, steamed and five and six shared tom kha chicken
of the ingredients are chef grown. served with ginger soy sauce. soup (coconut milk, Thai herbs,
From the papayas for the spicy green Each one of us then had our own lemongrass, galangal, cilantro,
papaya salad, to the Thai chilies that entre which came with a Garden scallions, mushroom, tamarind
give it its heat, to the lemongrass house salad, a mix of tomatoes, and lime juice) and crispy calamari
of the Tom Kha Gai, and many cucumbers, almond with peanut or (squid battered in Thai spices, deep
more. Their garden is behind the ginger dressing or marinated chilled fried and served with spicy pineapple
restaurant. The dcor is eclectic with assorted seaweed salad with soy & sauce).
very brightly painted murals and sesame oil . Then I had shrimp Pad I took home some of my entre so I
purple furniture. Thai (stir-fried rice noodles, egg, would have room for dessert. I had a
We were six ladies having lunch. scallions, bean sprouts, with Pad delicious Thai pumpkin custard and
We had 2 Samplers for three. These Thai tamarind sauce). Another two other ladies shared fried New
appetizers included 3 Crispy Money one of our group also enjoyed the York cheesecake with ice cream.
Bags (Dough filled with sweet same, while a third member had We all really enjoyed our lunch. So
potatoes, carrots, corn, peas, curry Lobster Pad Thai (what a beautiful come to Malakor, escape and come
powder, deep fried and served with presentation). Companion four half away around the world without
pineapple sauce), 3 Spring Rolls had pang curry (coconut milk with need of a passport.

Love
(pork & shrimp, carrots, mushrooms, panang curry, ground peanuts,

After Hurricane Irma, I think we Every bite boasts soft, airy


all could use some decadent comfort mouthfuls of chocolate. A subtle
food to remind us of home. I have undertone of earthy coffee rides

FOOD IS
just the recipe in mind. Can you the sweet milk chocolate flavor like
guess what it is? a seagull skimming the crest of a
Hint 1: Although October is here, gentle, rolling wave.
this rich dessert doesn't contain a One quote that I heard recently
trace of pumpkin. stated that, "anything worth having
Hint 2: While this dish will make isn't easy to get." In the case of pot de
you feel right at home, it's not a crme, I just don't agree! Pot de crme
Southern dish. Its roots stem from is one of the quickest and easiest
across the pond in Paris! dishes in my dessert arsenal! Besides
I've kept you in suspense long clicking the "on" switch on a blender,
enough. Drumroll, please! This it doesn't involve any technical skills.
BY ZO FRIEDMAN comforting treat is pot de crme It's nice to finally have a fancy dessert
(pronounced poe day krem). This is a recipe that is accompanied by hours

Some fancy French name for a luscious and


light chocolate mousse.
of kitchen work hidden in the fine
print.

Fancy Comfort Food


Pot de crme reinvents ordinary If you don't have a blender, you
pantry staples - eggs, coffee, can use a bowl and a fork or whisk
chocolate, and vanilla extract - into instead.
a pillowy light dinner finale that is Enjoy!
sure to impress.

Pot de crme
1/2 cup + 2 tablespoons milk 1. Put the chocolate, eggs, vanilla,
chocolate chips and salt in the blender.
1/4 cup piping hot coffee (whatever 2. Put the blender on high speed.
roast you like!) 3. Remove the circular disk from
3 whole eggs, at room temperature the top of the blender, and, as the
1 tsp. vanilla extract blender is running, slowly stream
in the coffee.
Pinch of salt
4. Blend until smooth.
5. Pour into glasses or ramekins.
6. Chill for 6 hours or overnight for
the perfect pot de crme!
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B3

Notable Events and Birthdays in


HAMS
OCTOBER WANTED!
BY RUTH BERNHARD -DREISS Actors Studio
Invites New
Members
October, and we are into the astronaut Kathryn Sullivan 24 The United Nations came into No Memorization
second month of Autumn, filled with became the first American existence in 1945. Required
brown, orange and yellow autumn woman to walk in space in 1984. 26 The Erie Canal opened, connecting
leaves and pumpkins, and with more 12 Columbus arrived in America in Lake Erie to the Hudson River. No Experience
historical events and birthdays than 1492. 27
President Theodore Roosevelt,
Necessary.
I can list here. I have chosen over 20
14 Martin Luther King was awarded born 1858, for which the "Teddy
such notable events and birthdays
the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964. Bear" was named.
Workshops!
in calendar date order for you to
ponder. Although you will recognize 14 President Dwight D. Eisenhower's 28 France presented the US with the
the events and birthdays, you may birthday -- he was born in 1892 Statue of Liberty in 1886. Can You Act? Direct? Write?
not be aware of when they happened. and I shared the date with him 40 28 The Gateway Arch in St. Louis was Make Props? Actors Studio, CVs
years later. completed in 1965.
Readers Theatre Group, Invites
15 "I Love Lucy" premiered on TV in
October 1951.
29 The New York Stock Exchange
You to Join in the Fun!
crashed on what became Black
1 The television series "The Twilight 15 D.O.T. (Dept. of Transportation) Tuesday, starting the Great
Zone" premiered in 1959. was created in 1966. Depression in 1929.
For more information
1 Walt Disney World opened in please call Shari @
16 The Cuban Missile Crisis began in 31
Indian Prime Minister Indira
Orlando, FL in 1971. 1962. Ghandi was assassinated in 1984. 415 385-9925
3
President Abraham Lincoln
proclaimed the last Thursday in
19 A Senate bill was passed making 31 Hallowe'en or All Hallows Eve, an Actors Studio meets
Martin Luther King's birthday a ancient celebration, combining
November, 1863 as Thanksgiving national holiday in 1983. the Christian festival of All Saints
Monday Nights From
Day. with Pagan autumn festivals. 7 to 9 pm at the
19 The Revolutionary War ended in
5 The World Series was aired on 1781 . Clubhouse.
radio for the first time in 1921. These are some of the most notable
23 25,000 women marched in New
6 Thomas Edison showed the first happenings occurring during the Check with the security desk
York City demanding the right to
motion picture in 1889. vote in 1915. second month of Fall. for our room location.
11
Space Shuttle Challenger
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P O L I T I C A L
Tax Exemptions
The current income limit is $28,841. residential property owners who
This does not include tax-exempt build an addition to their house
bond interest or non-taxable social to accommodate their parents or
security income. You will be asked to grandparents, age 62 or older.
BY D O R O T H Y JAC K S , C FA , A A S provide a copy of your Federal 1040
Tax Form or your Social Security CIVILIAN DISABILITY EXEMPTION
PA L M B E AC H CO U N T Y P R O P E R T Y A P P R A I S E R 1099 Form. Full or partial exemptions are
The additional benefit for available for individuals with the
We hope you the property on January 1 of the tax qualified seniors applies only to taxes following disabilities:
safely made year. An additional exemption of up levied by the following authorities. Quadriplegic
it through to $25,000 will be applied if your The county's senior exemption does Paraplegic
Hurricane Irma. propertys assessed value is between not apply to other taxing authorities, Hemiplegic
If your property at least $50,000 and $75,000. (The such as the school district and Legally Blind
sustained any deadline to apply for a homestead municipalities. Total and Permanent Disability,
damage due to exemption is March 1 of each tax $50,000 Confined to Wheelchair
the storm, please year.) Town of Haverhill Total and Permanent Disability,
contact us at Part of my duties as your Property Town of Loxahatchee Groves Not Confined to Wheelchair
561.355.3230. Appraiser is to administer property Village of Wellington Some of these exemptions have
The end of the tax exemptions which may reduce $25,000 income limitations.
tax year is fast the assessed value of your property, Palm Beach County For more information on these
approaching and October is a busy thereby reducing the amount of City of Boynton Beach exemptions or to download and print
month in the Property Appraisers property tax you pay in the future. City of Lake Worth forms, click here. You can always call
Office. Over the next couple of weeks, In this months newsletter, we will Town of Lantana us at 561.355.2866 or email us at
values and millage rates are certified review the Senior Citizen, Widow/ City of Palm Beach Gardens myexemption@pbcgov.org
by my office to the Tax Collectors Widower, Granny Flat, and Civilian Village of Palm Springs
Office. Disability exemptions. I hope you $5,000
As we move into the final months will find this information beneficial. Village of Royal Palm Beach Community Outreach
of 2017, my office continually Events
reminds property owners to review WIDOW/WIDOWER EXEMPTION
your homestead exemption status Additional Exemptions: Florida grants an additional $500
to determine whether you might exemption to widows and widowers. Visit us at one of our public
A property owner may be Community Outreach events this
qualify for additional property tax eligible for the following additional You may submit a copy of the
saving benefits. If you do not have deceased spouses death certificate. fall. We'll be taking homestead
exemptions, if you have a homestead exemption applications, answering
a homestead exemption on your exemption on your property. If the surviving spouse remarries, he/
property, we encourage you to apply she is no longer eligible to receive the questions about property valuations
online or visit one of our service additional exemption. and more. Click here for our events
centers in the County. SENIOR CITIZEN EXEMPTION calendar. For details contact Mike
Applying for a homestead To qualify, you must be 65 or Pratt, Director of Education Services
older and your adjusted gross income LIVING QUARTERS OF
exemption could save you money. and Community Outreach at
must meet a maximum level that PARENTS OR GRANDPARENTS
A $25,000 exemption is applied to 561.355.4021 or mpratt@pbcgov.org
is adjusted annually by Florida's EXEMPTION (also known at the
the first $50,000 of your propertys
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O R G A N I Z A T I O N A L N E W S
DO NOT resubmit dates for events already appearing ANSHEI SHOLOM: 5348 Grove St. BROOKLYN QUEENS CLUB: meets CENTURY VILLAGE NORTH AMER-
unless there is a correction. There is no charge for in Century Village. We are happy in the clubhouse party room October ICAN EDUCATORS CLUB: Meets
listings. ALL SUBMISSIONS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED to welcome you to our Synagogue. to April on the second Wednesday of the 2nd Monday of every month
TO: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com. Meet our synagogue family and the month at 2:00PM, doors open at at 12:00 pm in Classroom C. It is a
Submissions for Organizational News may be learn about our wonderful services, 1:30. For further information, call place where school-related retirees
submitted in person at the UCO Reporter office programs and activities. Planning club president Harriet Levine @ 684- and in-service personnel can meet
on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from a party? Rent our Social Hall which 9712. on a regular basis to socialize, share
9:00AM to 12:00PM. is strictly kosher. Shabbat Services ideas, and learn about issues that af-
Friday evening at 5:00 PM and Sat- CENTURY VILLAGE ARTISTS: We fect them presently and possibly in
(All meetings are in the main Clubhouse unless
urday morning at 9:00 AM. If you welcome all Century Village residents the future. Contact Bob Zuckerberg
stated otherwise.)
have to say Kaddish please call ahead to view our artwork on 1st and 2nd at zuckie15@aol.com or 917-796-1317
so we can get a minyan together. floor of main Clubhouse. Info about for information.
ACT II COMMUNITY THEATRE - Upcoming events for OctoberOc- purchase or display -- Beth Baker @
Meets every Wednesday at 7:00 PM tober 15th Breakfast Club. Tickets 684-3166. CENTURY VILLAGE ORCHESTRA:
at the Clubhouse. New members wel- are available at the synagogue office Meet every Monday in Classroom C
come! Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to CENTURY VILLAGE BOOK CLUB- at 1:15 to 3:35 PM. More informa-
11:30 AM. We will have the Breakfast We are already working on books for tion call Rickie @ 683-0869 or Joel @
ACTORS STUDIO OF CENTURY Club every month in the off season next season. For more information 688-9455. We need trombone players,
VILLAGE: Join the fun! We have mi- when our Mens Club is on hiatus. call 640-6944 or email arzj@Hot- string players and percussion players.
nor parts, leading roles, and a need Look for the Mens Club to resume mail.com
for writers, stage hands and props their fabulous breakfast programs CENTURY VILLAGE (OA) OVEREAT-
people. We read scripts and practice in December. Sisterhood will resume CENTURY VILLAGE BRIDGE CLUB: ERS ANONYMOUS - Everyone wel-
acting every week, and we put on two their monthly meetings on Oct. 17th Activities four times weekly. Card come !! Meets every Sunday 6:30 to
performances a year. No prior act- . Sisterhood Card Party on Oct. 25th Room A, Clubhouse. Call Kristy 7:30 PM - In the Craft Room - First
ing experience needed. We meet every at 11:30 AM. Bnai Brith will also Brown 640-3120 ext. 0 or Bill Hal- meeting July 16, 2017. For informa-
Monday night at 7:00 PM in Class- resume their monthly meetings on prin (248) 672-2292. Advanced reg- tion call - 242-0189 or 347-469-2929
room B. Stop in or call Shari @ 415 Oct.22nd at 9:30 AM. istration is required for lessons and/ or 308-6444
385-9925. High Holy Day Services or Supervised Play. Scheduled events:
Wed. October 4th Erev Sukkot ($5/play)- Bridge lessons: beginners: CENTURY VILLAGE REPUBLICAN
AFRICAN AMERICAN CLUB 5:00 PM Mon 1-3 PM, intermediates: Mon CLUB - Will meet the second Thurs-
Fourth Sunday Potluck Social - Our Thurs. October 5th Sukkot (Day 3:30-5:30 PM, supervised play: Wed. day of October. For information
Potluck will be on Sunday, October 1)- 8:45 AM & 5:00 PM 10:30AM - 12:30 PM, Duplicate please contact Geoff 291-1940 or
22nd from 2 to 5 PM Clubhouse Par- Fri. October 6th Sukkot (Day 2) Bridge: Wed. 1:00-4:30 PM, Sat. 1:00- Barbara 689-9275
ty Room. Please bring food or bever- 8:45 AM 4:30 PM.
age to share. We look forward to see- Thurs. October 12th Shemini CENTURY VILLAGE WOODWORK-
ing you and ALL ARE WELCOME. Atzeret 8:45 AM Yizkor services ap- CENTURY VILLAGE CAMERA CLUB: ING CLUB: Meets 6 days a week from
Cards & Games Nights - Come out to prox. 10:30 AM Simchat Torah cel- Any questions, e-mail Ken Graff at 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM. Please come
play Hand & Foot or Rummikub in ebration - 7 PM cameraclubcv@gmail.com. and join us in our hobby shop.
the Clubhouse Card Room. All skill Fri. October 13th Simchat Torah
levels are welcome. For more details, 8:45 AM CENTURY VILLAGE COMPUTER CENWEST FISHING CLUB: Meets
contact: Terry 561-249-7262, or Sadie For further information on any or all CLUB: Meet 1st Thursday at 1 PM 1st Wednesday of each month 3:00
845-541-7167. For general informa- of these events, please call the Syna- in Classroom C from May through to 4:30 PM Classroom B. For more
tion on membership contact Mina gogue office 684-3212. October. Annual Dues are $12. Call Information call Al at 242-0351 or
561-574-3240. Information on club Kathy @ 252-8495 or visit our web- Capt. Mike at 570-445-4391.
events and activities, contact Cheryl ATTITUDE OF GRATITUDE IN AL- site at: http://www.cv-computerclub-
561-512-1307. ANON: Meets every Thursday 1:30 wpb.com/ CHRISTIAN CLUB: First meeting
pm to 2:30 pm in the Clubhouse Par- of the season of the Christian Club
AITZ CHAIM: Daily services 8:00 AM. ty Room. CENTURY VILLAGE CRAFT CRE- will be on Wednesday, October 4,
Mincha and Maariv at Sundown, Sis- ATIONS KNITTING-CROCHETING 2017 in the Clubhouse Party Room
terhood 3rd Monday of month 10:00 BABY BOOMERS CLUB:.Meetings CLUB: Meets every Tues. 9:30 AM-12 at 1:00 PM. Christian Club meeting
AM. Charlotte 917-815-7711; Char- 3rd Wednesday each month at 3:30 PM Craft room (104). We create items will be on the first Wednesday of ev-
lotte 478-8756; Anita 686-9083. PM, December through April. Con- donated to The Teacup Preemie ery month October to May. Events
tact Lynn at Lynnsevan@aol.com for Program , Veterans. & Boys and Girls are being planned for all year round.
ALZHEIMER'S ASSOCIATION: Join further information. Club. Everyone is welcome at the Christian
us at these sessions of respite care for Club. Upcoming Events: 2017 - 2018:
Caregivers. We meet in Card Room B BALLROOM DANCE GROUP: Meets CENTURY VILLAGE GUN CLUB: September 11*: Bus trip to Calder
- 10:00 AM to 12::00 Noon - 4:30 to Mondays 2 - 4 PM, Party Room, ex- Meets every 2nd Tuesday 7 PM in Casino (*DATE PENDING) - Octo-
6:00 Starting September 11, 2017 - cept 2nd Monday is occasionally in Classroom B. Every meeting has a ber 15-21: Motor Coach trip to Myr-
EVERY 2nd and 4th Monday of each Art Room. No charge. Info: Irwin @ guest speaker. For information call tle Beach and Charleston, SC - Shows
month until May 08, 2018. We start 917-915-2174. George at 471-9929. & Hotel package deal - November*
again in September 2018. - Overnight to Ft. Myers, Fl - Din-
BEST SHORT STORY DISCUSSION CENTURY VILLAGE MENS CLUB: ner & Show on the Murder Mystery
ALZHEIMERS ASSOCIATION: GROUP: Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday meets the first Sunday of every Train (*DATE PENDING) - Decem-
FREE COMMUNITY WORKSHOPS of each month. Craft Room 1:30 month at the Clubhouse at 9:30 AM. ber 3 - Christian Club Christmas
OCTOBER 6TH - Clubhouse Room PM. Contact Julie at 249-6565 It is a great place to meet other men Show - Jan. 30 - Feb. 1, 2018 - Two
C - 11 AM - Communication is more that live here at Century Village. Ac- Nights Motor Coach trip to Miami &
than just talking and listening - Its BIBLE STUDY GROUP - Taste & tivities include dinners, dinner danc- Key West, Fl. - March 13 - 15, 2018 -
also about sending and receiving See: Non-denominational group. es, fishing trips, football games, base- Motor Coach Trip to Orlando - Holy
messages thru attitude, tone of voice, All residents welcome. Meets every ball games, basketball games, casino Land and Cocoa Beach, Fl. - For
facial expressions and body language. Sunday at 5pm, Classroom B, 2nd trips, cruises and other fun activities. Club information call Rae: 561-254-
Join us to explore how communica- floor. For information call Leonore Coffee, bagels, cream cheese is served 2290 - For Events and Information
tion takes place when someone has 478-9459. at every meeting. Come and make call Figgy: 561-707-6548
Alzheimers. Learn to decode the new friends and have a great time.
verbal and behavioral messages deliv- BNAI B'RITH CENTURY UNIT For more information please contact
ered by someone with dementia. #5367: Annual membership fee $25. Ruben Ramos at 561-459-7176 or do-
Breakfast meetings fourth Sunday cruben1@gmail.com
of the month at Congregation An-
shei Sholom with entertainment and
speakers.
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O R G A N I Z AT I O N A L N E W S
COUNTRY LINE DANCING: Coun- KARAOKE Tuesdays 6 - 9 PM,in Par- NORTHERN STARS: Canceled for the THE SCRABBLE CLUB OF CENTU-
try and Regular, Monday and Friday ty Room hosted by Marshall Eads. rest of the season. For Further info RY VILLAGE: Every Tues. 6 PM 2nd
9:00 to 11:00 AM in the Art Room. Fridays 6 - 9 PM, hosted by Janisse. call Janisse @ 586-291-8286 or email Floor Card Room. For information
For information contact Frankie to: northernstarsbo@hotmail.com call Lucy @ 729-0705.
561-777-5712 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS: Palm Beach
Rainbow Lodge #203 meets the 2nd POLISH AMERICAN SOCIAL CLUB THE VILLAGE SONGBIRDS: We are
THE NIGHT CLUB: We hold a FREE and 4th Tuesdays in Century Village OF CENTURY VILLAGE- Established a singing group that sings in Memory
dance every week on Tuesday in the Walgreens/Medical building (sepa- in February, 2016. The mission of the Care Nursing Homes in Palm Beach
Party Room from 6:30- 9:00 PM. rate ground floor entrance), 100 Cen- Polish American Social Club is to County. We are auditioning men and
Theres never been a Dance Party like tury Blvd., CSI Caregiver Services, at promote and preserve the traditions women for the 2018 season.
thiswe play every genre of music 1:00pm. We are an international fra- and customs of Polish ancestry.The Auditions are held every Tuesday at
Ballroom, Motown, Funk, R&B, Dis- ternal organization, non-sectarian. club meets the 1st and 3rd Thursday 9:30 AM in Music Room A. If you
co, Salsa, Swing, Rock & Roll, Blues, The Lodge welcomes new members, of the month at 6:30 PM at the Art sing in the shower - WE NEED YOU!!
Line Dancing and CW. Requests tak- dual members, transferees, and Py- Room . For info. call Krystyna Tell- For information contact Carmen
enCome to dance, listen, watch thian reinstatements regardless of er at 561-674-4887, www.facebook. Watson @ 561-469-1220.
we bet you wont be nappinyour inactive years of service. WE WEL- com/polishsocialclubflorida2x
feet will be tappin and your fingers COME ALL MEN! Participate in so- UNITED DEMOCRATIC CLUB OF
snappin. Call for more info: Erwin cial and charitable events. Collation PHILADELPHIA CLUB: The Greater CENTURY VILLAGE - Will meet on
917-915-2174 or Lou 561-398-8785 after each meeting. For further info, Philadelphia Club meets the first Thursday October 19 , 1:30 PM in
call Irv 683-4049. Check out our blog Thursday of each month at 12:30 the Clubhouse Party Room. Guest
FRIENDS OF BILL WILSON: Meets at: http://knight203.blogspot.com . PM in the Clubhouse Party Room, speaker will be Ms. Pam Keith, Can-
every Thursday 6:30: to -8:00 PM in with lunch and entertainment. Our didate for U.S. House of Representa-
the Clubhouse, Craft Room. LATIN AMERICAN CLUB: (LAC)) next meeting will be on Thursday tives, Florida Congressional District
have its monthly dance on the 3rd December 7, 2017 at 12:30PM in the 18.
BEST SHORT STORY DISCUSSION Sunday. Remember: You must pres- Clubhouse Party Room. There will
GROUP: ent LAC ID at all our activities. For be lunch and entertainment. For UNITERS SOCIAL CLUB OF CEN-
Meets 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each more information call Juana (646- information, contact Phyllis at 561- TURY VILLAGE: A group of awesome
month. Craft Room - 1:30 PM Con- 407-6808) or Madeline (631-697- 712-0612 or 215-219-0297 diverse people coming together in a
tact Julie 249-6565 4961). united way for social times. Bring a
Thursday, Oct, 5: Bingo Night! // PICKLEBALL: Welcoming new mem- guest or come alone and meet other
HASTINGS CUE CLUB: Welcoming 7:00 PM $$$ Cash prices according bers to the Pickleball club. Courts like minded individuals. Meet up
New Members. We play Mon. - Sat. to attendance. open at 8:00 each morning, great way every second Sunday of each month
9:30 AM - 12 noon. Bernie @ 684- Sunday, Oct, 15: Come and celebrate to meet new people, exercise and have in Club House Craft Room. For ad-
2064 or Zev @ 290-4824. our Hispanic Heritage! Monthly lots of fun. For more info, call Bar- ditional information, call Esther 561
dance from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM in bara Di Domenico @ 716-499-6737. 635-4298 or 561 328-7935. Like us
HOLOCAUST SURVIVORS OF THE the Party Room. Members must pres- Come join us to learn and play the on Facebook/United Social Club of
PALM BEACHES: Meets 1st Wednes- ent LAC ID at entrance. Guests and fastest growing sport in the USA. Century Village.
day of month 9:30 AM, Golden Lakes members who havent renewed their
Temple. Bus provided from Century membership will pay $3 at entrance. PROACTIVE RESIDENTS PROJECTS YIDDISH CULTURE GROUP: The ob-
Village Clubhouse. Information: call COMMITTEE: We are a non-profit jective of the Yiddish Culture Club is
Kathy @ 689-0393 CLUB LATINO AMERICANO (CLA) group of CV resident owners con- to present programs that perpetuate
celebra su baile mensual el 3er do- cerned with Village issues. For infor- our Jewish heritage. All of our pro-
IRISH AMERICAN CLUB OF CEN- mingo del mes. Recuerde: tiene que mation and meeting schedule check grams are also translated into Eng-
TURY VILLAGE- The Irish Ameri- presentar su CLA ID en todas las ac- our Blog at http://proactive-comit- lish. Our programs are held in the
can Cultural Club of Century Village tividades. Para ms informacin lla- teeblogspot.com/ Auditorium on Tuesday morning at
wishes everyone a safe and healthy ma a Juana (646-407-6808) o Mad- 10:00 A.M. Everyone is welcome.
season ahead. Meetings will con- eline (631-697-4961). RUSSIAN CLUB: Canceled for the

S E N IOR S
tinue to be held in Room C in the Jueves, 5 de oct: Noche de Bingo / rest of the season. For Further info
Clubhouse at 2 PM. Our first meet- 7:00 PM $$$ Premios en efectivo de call Tamara @ 712-1417
ing will be on Tuesday, December 5, acuerdo a la asistencia.Domingo, 15
2017. For further information, con-
tact Carole- 914-343-5547.
de oct: Ven y celebra nuestra herencia
hispana! Baile mensual de 5:00 PM
SAILING CLUB: Meets every 2nd Fri.
10 AM, Classroom C. Info: Ron @ VS. CRIME,
a 9:00 PM en el Party Room. Tienes 683-8672.
ITALIAN AMERICAN CULTURE que presentar el ID del CLA a la en- a service provided to
CLUB: (IACC) OF CENTURY VIL- trada. Personas que no han renovado SHUFFLEBOARD CLUB: Time of
LAGE: Meets the 3rd Wednesday of su membresa pagarn $3 al entrar. play is Tuesday 9:00 AM - , Wednes- Century Village residents
each month at the Clubhouse Party day and Thursday at 1:15PM. Equip-
Room at 1:00 pm. For club informa-
by volunteers working
LINE DANCE WORKSHOP START- ment will be provided. We have all
tion call Fausto 478-1821. Bowling ING THIS SUMMER - Learn the most levels of members with a wide level of with the Palm Beach
Saturdays at Verdes Lanes, 9:00 A.M. used line dance steps. This will playing ability, from long time play- County Sheriffs office,
for information call Lenny 471-2603. prepare you for line dancing. Have ers to first time members.Our goal is
Saturday league bowling will resume fun while stimulating your brain to get outside have some exercise and
announces new hours at
in October, date to be announced- for and working your muscles. Contact get to meet new people Come and the UCO Office, 2102
info, call Lenny @ 471-2603. Check Class Office 561-640-3120 for start- join us. Contact Jack at 640-3373.
out our blog at: http://cvitalianclub- ing date and time. For Information
West Drive.
wpb.blogspot.com . Contact Julie Adams - 731-439-0730. SNORKEL CLUB: For information

JEWISH WAR VETERANS POST


call Ron Helms 683-8678 New hours are
MIND SPA DISCUSSION GROUP:
#501: Meet 1st Sunday of month at Meet 2nd and 4th Thurs. 1:30 PM, The former UNITED ORDER OF Monday
Cypress Lakes Clubhouse. Breakfast, only October through March, Class- TRUE SISTERS will resume meeting 1:00 to 3:00 PM
9 AM. Guest speakers. Activities in- room A. All invited for in-depth dis- in the Party Room under FRIENDS
clude servicing VA patients. Howard Wednesday
cussions of significant issues.. Allan OF THE P.O.S.T. (Pediatric Oncol-
@ 478-2780. @ 687-3602. ogy Support Team) Meetings will 1:00 to 3:00 PM
be held the second Monday of the Friday
JUDITH EPSTEIN CHAPTER OF HA- NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT RETIR- month - 11:00 to 12:30 - Clubhouse
DASSAH: Meet 3rd Wednesday of EES: N.Y.C. Transit Retirees, Anyone Party Room
10:00 AM to 12:00 noon
month at Congregation Anshei Sho- interested in attending a meeting of 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM. For further
lom. the New York City Transit Retirees of information please contact Shirley at
Florida, West Palm Beach Chapter, 478-2391
Telephone number
please call Kathy - 689-0393. for Seniors vs. Crime is
721-7424
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Transportation be adjusted with notice to the riders

GREETINGS FROM THE


of any changes.
By Lori Torres A bus stop has been requested at
Wellington E which would require the

on
With all focus
Hurricane
Irma destined
removal of a number of guest parking
spaces to accommodate a bus there.
Removal of guest spaces is not legal.
NORTON MUSEUM
to hit West When CV was built, 1 guest space per BY BOBBI LEVIN
Palm Beach, each 4 units was designated. If some
our September buildings have less than this number,
Transportation it is because they have eliminated
Committee them on their own which is not
meeting was permissible. Some guest spaces were
canceled. I did, however, meet with lost when re-striping of the parking
Ed Black and Jose, the point person lots was done a few years back. The
for the transportation company to only way that Wellington E can have
discuss some concerns of the riders. a bus stop is if they -- the building
Residents who have doctors at association, provides it.
MCCI in the Wells Fargo building A resident complained that the bus
were complaining that this stop was driver did not carry her packages to
eliminated from the route, especially her building. Drivers are obliged only
that it was done without prior notice. to help to take their packages off the
This was done because of cost, but bus as a courtesy. Concierge service
learning that it's a much needed is not provided. We now do more to
stop, it has been reinstated and will help the riders than in the past when
be part of Route 1, operating Monday the drivers were not permitted to help
to Friday. There will be notices on at all. The bus drivers do all possible
the buses to this effect and riders to accommodate passengers and still
will be able to keep their doctor meet their schedules.
appointments. No responses have been received
Due to the coming hurricane, Jose after a request in our last two Reporter
advised that he had instructions to issues to advise us of places where
stop buses when winds reached 45 riders would like to go other than The Norton staff hopes that Highway across the street from the
mph for the safety of the passengers, those usually scheduled. There are you and your families weathered Museum.
drivers and everyone else. other places to go, but they may have Hurricane Irma and that your lives To make recovering from the storm
Ed Black keeps a careful watch entrance fees which the residents do
on ridership which will be more have now returned to normal. a little easier for the community, the
not appear to want to pay, so we will
accurate when the swipe system goes The Norton is happy (and relieved) Nortons (air conditioned) Fisher
continue to go to theWednesday sites
into effect. In the meantime, it was until such time when there are other to announce that it re-opened Friday, Gallery is being turned into a lounge
found that at certain hours only a requests. Even if some residents are Sept. 15. Admission is free and with comfortable seating, power
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I had always imagined evacuate. The other, never a strong


The Close Call that Preceded Chamberlain as a Caspar Milquetoast speaker, gave a once-in-a-lifetime,
in the British parliament. He was daring speech before parliament,
the Close Call of Dunkirk anything but this. He was not only which became the impetus for the

Troublesome
very popular with parliament and ouster of Chamberlain.
King George VI; he was also popular In later years, two members of the
with the British peopleand brutally small group (not the two men just

Young Men
asserted his power. As weak as he mentioned) served as prime minister
was in standing up to Germany and of Britain and thus of course became
supporting Britain's friends and better known: Anthony Eden and
allies as one by one they fell to Hitler, Harold MacMillan. Some of these
by Lynne Olson he was just as forceful and strong in
his grip on British politics. Olson's
"young men" suffered, MacMillan
in particular. It makes you realize we
book tells how it took a miracle are all human and frail. I think we
A BOOK REVIEW BY LANNY HOWE by a small group of young men often criticize those in power far too
"backbenchers" in parliament and harshly.
If you like to read books, a good way Hurricane Irma was first forming, essentially nobodies at the timeto Churchill was not only the
to learn about interesting new books about Lynne Olson's book finally dislodge and defeat him. great leader of his country in their
is to watch C-Span 2 on channel 82, Troublesome Young Men, subtitled Although he warned constantly darkest hour, he was also a loyal
especially on the weekend. Authors "the rebels who brought Churchill about Hitler's deprivations from follower. Midpoint in his career,
of new books, sometimes when the to power and helped save England." very early on, Churchill did not take Chamberlain appointed him to the
book has just come out in paperback, I ordered it on two-day delivery from the lead in opposing Chamberlain. Cabinet position of First Lord of the
are interviewed and talk about their Amazon.com, and it arrived in time And when finallyalmost too late Admiralty (head of the British navy).
book before a small audience, often at to read before the storm hit us. Olson it began to dawn on the people that Although granted, Chamberlain did
a bookstore. After the interview, the is a former Whitehouse Reporter for Chamberlain must go, Churchill so under duress and political need,
audience is invited to ask questions the Baltimore Sun. was not automatically the first Churchill felt a very strong loyalty
of the author. A typical session lasts Troublesome Young Men came at choice of his colleagues to succeed to his chief despite his faults and
an hour. This is the opposite of the right time because I had seen the Chamberlain, although he was supported him before and after he
"soundbite" television and frankly, movie "Dunkirk" and written in this one of the two or three principal (Churchill) became prime minister.
for this reason, a refreshing change newspaper about the remembrances contenders. Some were critical of Churchill
to me. Please don't let me turn you I had of hearing about the Dunkirk Olson takes pains to describe for appointing the ousted prime
off herebecause of course you can evacuation as a child. Olson each of the "troublesome young minister to his cabinet, but as
watch whatever you want and for describes the period of time leading men." They were a disparate group, Olson points out, not only did he
how long you wantbut one such up to when Neville Chamberlain, the by no means agreed on all issues, have a strong sense of loyalty and
session (admittedly a rarity) lasted "appeaser of Germany," was ousted and most had their character flaws. respect, but his was a brand new
three hours. What the author had to as Prime Minister of Great Britain But when it came down to the crisis administration. It was his job to
say was so fascinating that I found and replaced by Winston Churchill point, they stood together on the make it work in order to accomplish
myself glued to the TV. Sometimes it just in time to save Britain. The one issue of opposing Hitler, two the single most important objective:
is interesting enough to just listen to narrow escape of the British troops them standing out. One of the two saving the nation.
the author and not acquire the book. from Dunkirk would most likely enlisted in the British army and If you're a reader and you are
You feel you've learned enough. It's never have had happened had lost his life among those troops in interested in history, I think you
your choice. Churchill not been in power to lead the rearguard action that gave the would enjoy reading Troublesome
This was how I learned, when the country. retreating forces at Dunkirk time to Young Men.

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Facts You Probably Never Knew About


Halloween BY BOBBI LEVIN

Halloween is the spookiest night through. Because of this belief, it random. Black cats, spiders, and Trick-or-treating has been
of the year, where some people say was common for the Celts to wear bats are all Halloween symbols around for a long time. Versions
spirits can wander the earth freely, costumes and masks during the because of their spooky history of trick-or-treating have existed since
and others say their children can festival to ward off or befuddle any and ties to Wiccans. All three were medieval times. In the past, it was
wander the neighborhood trick-or- evil spirits. thought to be the familiars of witches known as "guising where children
treating or causing havoc. But how The word "Halloween" comes in the middle ages, and are often and poor adults went around
much do you really know about from the Catholics. Hallowmas is associated with bad luck. ats are in costumes during Hallowmas
Halloween? a three-day Catholic holiday where even further connected to Halloween begging for food and money in
There's a $1,000 fine for saints are honored and people pray by the ancient Samhain ritual of exchange for songs or prayers. It
using or selling Silly String in for the recently deceased. At the start building a bonfire, which drove away was also called "souling." Trick-or-
Hollywood on Halloween. The of the 11th century, it was decreed insects and attracted bats. treating was brought to America
prank product has been banned by the pope that it would last from Candy Corn was originally by the Irish and became popular
in Hollywood since 2004 after Oct. 31 (All Hallow's Eve) until Nov. known as "chicken feed." Invented during the early 20th century, but
thousands of bored people would 2, most likely because that was when by George Renninger, a candy maker died out during WWII when sugar
buy it on the streets of Hollywood Samhain was celebrated and the at the Wunderle Candy Company was rationed. After the rationing
from illegal vendors and "vandalize" church was trying to convert the of Philadelphia in the 1880s, Candy ended in 1947, children's magazine
the streets. The city ordinance pagans. "All Hallow's Eve" then Corn was originally called "butter "Jack and Jill," radio program "The
calls for a maximum $1,000 fine evolved into "All Hallows Even, and cream candies" and "chicken feed" Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet,"
and/or six months in jail for "use, by the 18th century it was commonly since back then, corn was commonly and the "Peanuts" comic strip all
possession, sale or distribution of referred to as "Halloween. used as food for livestock (they even helped to re-popularize the tradition
Silly String in Hollywood from 12:01 We should carve turnips, not had a rooster on the candy boxes). It of dressing up in costumes and
AM on October 31 to 12:00 PM on pumpkins. The origin of Jack-O- had no association with Halloween asking for candy from door-to-door.
November 1." Lanterns comes from a Celtic folk or fall, and was sold seasonally from
Dressing up on Halloween tale of a stingy farmer named Jack March to November. After World
comes from the who would constantly play tricks War II, advertisers began marketing
Celts. Celts believed on the devil. The devil responded it as a special Halloween treat due to
Samhain was a by forcing him to wander purgatory its colors and ties to the fall harvest.
time when the with only a burning lump of coal Halloween is the second-most
wall between our from hell. Jack took the coal and commercial American holiday
world and the made a lantern from a turnip, using it of the year. The candy industry
paranormal world to guide his lost soul. The myth was in America rakes in an average
was porous and brought over by Irish families fleeing of $2 billion annually thanks to
s p i r i t s the potato famine in the 1800s, and Halloween (that's 90 million pounds
could get since turnips were hard to come by of chocolate). Americans spend an
in the U.S., America's pumpkins were estimated $6 billion on Halloween
used as a substitute to guide lost annually, including candy, costumes,
souls and keep evil spirits like "Jack and decorations, according to
of the Lantern" away. History.com. (The most commercial
Halloween symbols aren't holiday in the U.S. is Christmas.)

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eagle rays have come to the waters kayak or do other nature or outdoor 2016. They are successful as we
off the beach at Phil Foster. One adventures. We usually kayak at observed growing coral and sponges
morning several of us were treated to McArthur State Park. as well as many varieties of fish.
up to 5 spotted eagle rays. Christine Phil Foster Park is the easiest We have begun to compile
estimated one ray as 6 feet long, and place to see fish from your first steps a history of the snorkel club. If
one even jumped out of the water. into the ankle-deep water. The water you were an early member, please
How cool is that!!??, said Christine. only very gradually gets deep, so it is contact me with your remembrances.
On another trip snorkelers saw a a perfect spot to learn to snorkel or Consider joining us now and begin
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WHOEVER SAID
ENGLISH HISTORY WAS BORING!!!
BY BOBBI LEVIN
There is an old hotel/pub in Marble had the privilege of the nice clean As the winter wore on they added them for dead and prepare them for
Arch, London, which used to have a water, then all the other sons and more thresh until, when you opened burial. They were laid out on the
gallows adjacent to it. Prisoners were men, then the women and finally the the door, it would all start slipping kitchen table for a couple of days
taken to the gallows (after a fair trial children. Last of all - the babies. By outside. A piece of wood was placed and the family would gather around
of course!) to be hanged. The horse- then the water was so dirty you could in the entrance - a thresh hold. and eat and drink and wait and see
drawn dray, carting the prisoner, was actually lose someone in it! Hence Getting quite an education, aren't if they would wake up. Hence the
accompanied by an armed guard, the saying Don't throw the baby out you? custom of holding a wake.
who would stop the dray outside the with the bath water! Sometimes commoners could Local folks started running out
pub and ask the prisoner if he would Houses had thatched roofs, thick obtain pork which made them feel of places to bury people so they
like ''one last drink. If he said straw piled high, with no wood quite special. When visitors came would dig up coffins and would
yes, it was referred to as one for the underneath. It was the only place for over they would hang up their bacon take the bones to a bone-house and
road. If he declined, that prisoner animals to get warm so all the cats to show off. It was a sign of wealth reuse the grave! When reopening
was on the wagon. and other small animals (mice, bugs) that a man could, Bring home the these coffins, 1 out of 25 coffins were
They used to use urine to tan lived in the roof. When it rained it bacon. They would cut off a little found to have scratch marks on the
animal skins so families used to all became slippery and sometimes the to share with guests and would all sit inside and they realized they had
pee in a pot and then once a day it animals would slip and fall off the around talking and chew the fat. been burying people alive. So they
was taken and sold to the tannery. roof. Hence the saying It's raining Those with money had plates would tie a string on the wrist of the
If you had to do this to survive you cats and dogs. Therewas nothing made of pewter. Food with high corpse, thread it through the coffin
were "piss poor". But worse than to stop things from falling into the acid content caused some of the lead and up through the ground and tie
that were the really poor folk who house. This posed a real problem in to leach onto the food, causing lead it to a bell. Someone would have to
couldn't even afford to buy a pot. the bedroom where bugs and other poisoning and death. This happened sit out in the graveyard all night (the
They didn't have a pot to piss in droppings could mess up your nice most often with tomatoes. So for the graveyard shift) to listen for the bell.
and were the lowest of the low. clean bed. Hence, a bed with big next 400 years or so, tomatoes were Hence someone could be 'saved by
Most people got married in June, posts and a sheet hung over the top considered poisonous. Bread was the bell or was considered a dead
because they took their yearly bath afforded some protection. That's divided according to status. Workers ringer''
in May and they still smelled pretty how canopy beds came into existence. got the burnt bottom of the loaf. The The next time you wash your
good in June! However, since they Houses had dirt floors. Only the family got the middle and guests got hands and start to complain because
were starting to smell, brides carried wealthy had something other than the top, or the upper crust. the water temperature isn't just
a bouquet of flowers to hide the body dirt. Hence the saying dirt poor. Lead cups were used to drink ale perfect, stop and think about how
odor. Hence the custom of carrying a The wealthy had slate floors that or whisky. The combination would things used to be!
bouquet when getting married. would get slippery in the winter when sometimes knock the imbibers
Baths consisted of a big tub filled wet so they spread thresh (straw) out for a couple of days. Someone
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HURRICANE IRMA SPECIAL PULLOUT


WE WERE READY!
BY J OY V E S TA L
On Thursday, September 7, 2017 (Community Emergency Response
a Town Hall Meeting to prepare Team) Committee. UCO Committee
for Hurricane Irma was held at chairs covered many questions and
our Clubhouse at 10 am. Residents topics ranging from our guard
received notices of this meeting service, (our gates would close at
on our blog that were also posted nightfall the day before the storm
on our bulletin boards, it was and would reopen when safe.) Ed
broadcast on Channel 63 and 95 and Black announced that there would
our maintenance companies also be a normal bus schedule as of
distributed notices as well. this meeting but there would be no
The attendance between 200-250 external route on Friday. Bus service
was overwhelming. People were on would be suspended depending on
time, most had a pad and pencil ready time of storms arrival. As overseer
to take notes and were encouraged to for the transportation committee
ask questions. The message that we Ed had contacted our company and
heard right from the beginning was they agreed to run two buses to take
to take all precautions to be safe. residents to a shelter. The pickup
The first speaker was from the Palm point would be at the clubhouse
Beach County Fire Department. He leaving at 10 am (Friday) the day
spoke at length on precautions that after this meeting. We were told
we should take, telephone numbers they would find a shelter that could
to call for emergency help and accomodate us. John announced
answered many of our questions. there would be a CERT meeting
He pointed out that several of our following this meeting in the
buildings are on the same grid as afternoon for committee members
the firehouse meaning that our to review their assignments. At
electric would remain on. (This was the conclusion of this meeting our
the case in some of the buildings residents were reassured that UCO
with only a short interruption in would be open and ready to help with
our service.) Unfortunately many of any and all resources available.
our residents were not this lucky but Our residents left quietly with
as of this writing we are all back up the knowledge that our Village was
and running. People who think of air prepared for whatever would come.
conditioning as a luxury dont live in We left feeling resolute and reassured
Florida in the summertime! --
The meeting was chaired by WE WERE READY!
John Hess, Chair of our CERT

WPRF
maintenance staff did come across
some downed ceiling tiles in the
theater due to a water leak. The
culprit was a broken a/c line on

NEWS
the roof which snapped during the
storm and has already been repaired.
Contractors have been called to deal
with sections of downed fencing at
Camden and Hastings pools. The
BY E VA R ACHESK Y biggest issue was the trees that had
tipped over onto the sidewalks in
front of the clubhouse. A landscape
contractor came out and set
everything upright. Several trees
snapped and could not be saved.
They were removed and will need
to be replaced. Many trees on the
perimeter that have broken branches
are pending additional cleanup. My
staff is still working on identifying
those light poles that are in need of
Dear Residents, repair. All in all, we dodged a major
Hurricane Irmas fury, while bullet.
devastating several islands including As we continue to assess and
our own Florida Keys, spared our clean up after the storm several to the residents. That is absolutely following morning.
village the carnage we have been residents are asking why the Main UNTRUE. Hastings and satellite Once it was established that
seeing on the news. While we dealt Clubhouse cant be designated as a pools had power restored Tuesday Publix was open for business, without
with sweltering heat, no electricity shelter. The simplest answer is that the 12th and opened to the residents electricity at the clubhouse, buses
and downed trees/branches, the County would never approve the following morning. The Main were taking residents back and forth
thankfully our homes were spared. us as we are surrounded by water Clubhouse power was restored late so they could pick up additional
The Main Clubhouse lost a few and the potential for flooding is Wednesday afternoon (the 13th), and supplies. Please keep an eye out as I
roof tiles, as did Hastings. A roofing great. Some residents were under after determining that everything will touch on the topic of hurricane
company has already come out and the impression that the Clubhouse was operating properly, the Main preparedness in an additional article
made the necessary repairs. The had power early on but did not open Clubhouse opened its doors the
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HURRICANE IRMA SPECIAL PULLOUT


AFTERMATH
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B17

HURRICANE IRMA SPECIAL PULLOUT


The Other Shoe Dropped,
But Not So Hard
BY STEW RICHLAND
As each day crawled along, Village community meeting was held at the Somerset, and Wellington, are on have been like for all those who lived
anxiety levels slowly crept higher and club house to inform our residents the fire department grid, had their in hurricane zones before we had
higher. While we still had power, about the plans that were being electricity restored quickly and we these early warning devices.
we were attached to our TV sets implemented to insure their safety were able to monitor the storm as it Some examples are: the Galveston
monitoring the storm track as it and welfare and the attendance was raged through West Palm Beach. hurricane in 1900 that was
inched slowly towards Florida. TV great. I began to think of how responsible for 8,000 deaths. The
meteorologists seemed to revel in Miracle of Miracles, we were technology had changed our lives. "Great Miami" hurricane of 1926
the lingo of their profession. Terms informed on Saturday that the storm So many people are tied to the TV. which ended the great economic
like Eye wall, Storm surge, Storm track was shifting to the west coast When the power was lost so was their boom, killed over 8,000 people and
track (American, European, Asian of Florida and that West Palm Beach life line to the world about them. became a $90 billion dollar disaster.
etc), Hurricane Warning, Hurricane would not experience the full impact TV stations were partnered with Other major Florida disasters
Watch, Land Fall, Direct Hit, and of Irma's fury. the local radio stations to provide happened in 1928, 1935, and 1960.
Wind speed, became an important As the wind began to increase and us with latest hurricane up-dates. Think about how many lives could
part of our daily life. The gurus the "outer bands of Irma began to be I wondered how many residents have been saved if the technology
predicted that Irma's track would felt, I was treated by a Face time call have a radio. Without these two had been available to those in harms
take it up along the eastern coast of from my 11 year-old granddaughter mediums of communications they way.
Florida. We were told that this was a who lives in California, informing will be completely in the dark, Helen Keller said, "Keep your face
category 4 or 5 storm with sustained me that her first soccer game was just figuratively and literally. We have to the sunshine and you cannot see
winds of at least 130 miles per hour. about to start and wanted to show off satellites that track storms, we a shadow. we know that shadows
We were told to plan for the worst her uniform. I wished here success, have communications outlets that and sunshine exist side by side.
and hope for the best. Well we at but noted that the her team's name provide us with minute by minute From all the latest reports, FP@L are
UCO began to plan for the worst. was the "Devils." I hoped this was information, how great it is to live in working to get our village back to
Our CERT team was called in to not an omen of some kind. I mused, this technological paradise. normal. The clean-up is progressing
ensure their emergency plans were the world keeps turning no matter Bam, Bam, Bam, you loose power, rapidly. Damage reports are being
in place. Phyllis Richland contacted how bad the situation is, life goes on. now what? We are virtually living in filed and you will not be forgotten.
the Area Agency on Aging to start the We lost power when the wind a cave. Nothing we have depended Don't despair, just hang in there, we
ball rolling to put into place all their gusts hit 80 mph, we had a battery on is now working. Now this is a will all get through this together.
services that were designed to assist operated TV set so we were able shock to our psyche.
communities like ours. A public track the storm. Fortunately Can you imagine what life must

AFTER IRMA
A PRIMER ON MAKING REPAIRS WITHIN ALLOWABLE LIMITS
BY DOM GUARNAGIA
Once upon a time (not a fairy tale), manufacturers, scientists, engineers of 26 things that DO NOT require with Like fixture in existing
a list of repairs and replacements and architects. Permitting. outlet box.
to your condo was included in the Today, roof shingles, for instance, 1. A/C Replace a window unit 14. Outlet or Switch - Replace
Reporter. It will be part of this are required to withstand the wind using the existing wiring. existing.
article and perhaps appear elsewhere gusts of 130 MPH which differs from 2. A/C Heating Repairs.
so that it can be removed and placed what was installed prior to 2010. 15. Painting No restriction.
somewhere for review. There are These fiberglass-based asphalt three 3. Ceiling Fan Replacement using 16. Roof Repair existing roof
limits to those repairs and minor tab shingles have been part of Code the existing outlet box and wiring. covering less than $1,000.00
improvements that are allowed, changes that protect your property 4. Ceramic Tile Replace Floor and 17. Satellite Dish Less than two (2)
without the requirement of obtaining resisting increased wind loads. Along Wall tiles. meters in diameter.
a Permit from the County. Permitting those lines, what was installed with 5. Dishwasher Replacement only.
is required when things beyond those a lighter shingle, then, with a 20 year 18. Screened Porch Repairs
listed entailing work performed that warranty will last a mere 10 to 12 6. Door Replace any interior door. under $1,000.00
extends a system such as adding years when attacked by 140 degree 7. Driveway Sealcoat only. 19. Siding Repairs under
an electrical outlet, installing an attic heat inside, 93 degree heat for 8. Drywall Repair value under $1,000.00
additional sink, removing a wall that the sun outside in a Semi- Tropical $1,000.00. Non-Fire Rated. 20. Sink Replace only.
may or may not be Load-bearing. environment.
County Building Inspectors are Insurance coverage during 9. Faucet Replace. 21. Soffit and/or Fascia - Repairs
required when a Licensed Contractor Irma may neither cover replacing 10. Fence Repair or replace under $1,000.00
is hired to perform the work beyond shingles dislodged by the strong previously permitted fence up to 22. Stucco Repairs to stucco
that limited by the attached list. winds on one hand and lack of $1,000.00 finish.
Keep in mind that those things that delayed maintenance when a roof 11. Gutters and Downspouts 23. Water Closet (Toilet)
require permitting and inspecting by has exceeded its usefulness. Several Replace only. Replace.
an official, are intended to protect associations have been disappointed
you, the Owner, for a nominal to find that Irmas winds damaging 12. Kitchen Cabinet 24. Water Heater Repair.
fee, that insures that the proper their roof, has been disqualified Replacement only with no 25. Window Replace one with
construction practices and the because the roof coverage has not configuration change and/or the same type.
materials provided and installed, been replaced in a timely fashion. electrical and plumbing.
26. Window Repair, if value
conform to standards set forth by The following an alphabetical list 13. Light Fixture Replace Like does not exceed $1,000.00.
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HURRICANE IRMA SPECIAL PULLOUT


Lions and Tigers and Bears in a hurricane
BY JODY LEBEL
Im an animal lover. When storms
hit I worry about the little outdoor
creatures, the squirrels and birds.
How do they manage? And what
about the wild animals at the parks
and zoos with creatures like giraffes,
and orangutans and tigers stuck in
cages? What do they do? Emergency
preparedness at a zoo full of wild
animals involves a lot more than
buying water and getting a full tank
of gas. The specific knowledge of
animal behavior, creative use of
facilities, and a tremendous amount
of human love is required.
In researching for this article I
found that representatives of many
zoos were quoted as saying they
consider it better not to evacuate
their animals in the face of a natural
disaster such as a hurricane. Ron be left in their man-made habitats Brian Dowling, the general often unnecessary. "When startled,
Magill, communications director at since that is where they would be curator at Lion Country Safari in the animal may jump out," says
Zoo Miami, told an NPR reporter: safest anyway. Palm Beach County noted that it Magill. "But as soon as they realize
We are never going to evacuate One of the reasons the zoos and was safe for most of their animals what they've done, they jump back in.
animals. In fact their flamingos parks dont evacuate their animals to remain. "We live in a hurricane- They feel safe in their enclosures. We
once spent a hurricane in the mens in advance of the storm is that prone area so our facilities are set food into the exhibits, and after a
restroom. (see photo) "They are big, hurricanes can change direction designed to accommodate these couple of days, they come back."
concrete rooms with no windows," at the last minute and they run storms," Dowling told the Tribune. After a storm event the zoos
says Magill. "And they're all tile the risk of evacuating to a more "Obviously, everything can't be are going to need food, so advance
floors, so they're easy to clean, and dangerous location. According to hurricane-proof. We allow those planning is crucial. "The heart of
the restroom provides fresh water for the Zoo Miamis Facebook page: animals to decide where they want the zoo is the walk-in fridge and
the birds." Furthermore, the stress of moving to go. It actually reduces the stress the walk-in freezer thousands
Zoo Miami spokespeople claim the animals can be more dangerous level considerably. Their instincts tell of pounds of meat, fish, fruit and
their animals structures are now than riding out the storm. them how to ride out the storm." vegetables for over 2,000 animals,"
built to withstand weather events, At Miami Zoo a skeleton crew SeaWorld Orlando and Busch says Magill. "What happens when
so ideally, the zoo inhabitants dont of staff is chosen to stay behind to Gardens Tampa Bay said that it had the power goes out?" Zoo Miami was
need to leave their enclosures at all. feed and care for the animals while workers on-site at all hours to oversee prepared with stockpiled food and
Magill told USA Today the small the storm rages. They have ample the animals. SeaWorld took five had backup generators. They also
animals were brought inside, while supplies and they communicate with adult male dolphins from Dolphin keep refrigerated trucks stocked with
the large animals are in their night zoologists and other staff members Discovery in Duck Key, where backup food at least two counties
houses. If an angry gorilla cant via radio. officials said they will remain "until away, as each area is not likely to be
escape from a concrete night house, Animal Collection Manager they can be safely returned to their hit at the same time.
hopefully a hurricane cant do any Lauren Hinson told USA Today, home in the Florida Keys." It seems the animals have better
damage, either! Zoo Miami moves Most (animals) kind of hunker And after the storm passed, the sense and are more cared for than
some of their animals to higher down, just kind of stay still, stay in first task for zookeepers was to some of us humans. Ill stop worrying
ground and in fact relocated Diesel one spot, kind of let it pass. There are canvass the grounds for loose critters. that Im going to see a tiger walking
the cheetah from his wet cage and some that can get a little nervous and Unless it was an animal that could down Okeechobee Boulevard, but Ill
into a nearby secure building. flighty. But for the most part, they pose a danger to the public, most keep my phone handy just in case I
Some water-dwelling creatures deal with it kind of how they would staff did not immediately chase and have the opportunity to get a great
such as alligators and crocodiles may in the wild. recapture because it's stressful and tiger/Jody selfie.
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B19

Columbus Day
BY LENORE VELCOFF

Columbus Day is a U.S. holiday he realized that he hadnt reached intense lobbying by the Knights of costumes, music and Italian food.
that commemorates the landing of Asia but instead had stumbled upon Columbus, an influential Catholic The celebrations in New York and
Christopher Columbus in the New a continent previously unknown to fraternal benefits organization. San Francisco are particularly
World on October 12, 1492. It was Europeans. Originally observed every October noteworthy. Columbus Day is a
unofficially celebrated in a number The first Columbus Day 12, it was fixed to the second Monday public holiday in many parts of the
of cities and states as early as the celebration took place in 1792, when in October in 1971. United States, but is not a day off
18th century but did not become a New Yorks Columbian Orderbetter In many parts of the United States, in some states. Some government
federal holiday until the 1937. For known as Tammany Hallheld an Columbus Day has evolved into offices are closed because Columbus
many, the holiday is a way of both event to commemorate the historic a celebration of Italian-American Day is still a federal government
honoring Columbus achievements landings 300th anniversary. Taking heritage. Local groups host parades holiday. The day is a legal observance
and celebrating Italian-American pride in Columbus birthplace and and street fairs featuring colorful in states like Florida.
heritage. faith, Italian and Catholic
The Italian-born explorer had set communities in various
sail two months earlier, backed by the parts of the country began
Spanish monarchs King Ferdinand organizing annual religious
and Queen Isabella. He intended to ceremonies and parades in
chart a western sea route to China, his honor. In 1892, President
India and the fabled gold and spice Benjamin Harrison issued a
islands of Asia; instead, he landed proclamation encouraging
in the Bahamas, becoming the first Americans to mark the 400th
European to explore the Americas anniversary of Columbus
since the Vikings set up colonies voyage with patriotic
in Greenland and Newfoundland festivities, writing, On that
during the 10th century. Later that day let the people, so far as
month, Columbus sighted Cuba and possible, cease from toil and
believed it was mainland China; devote themselves to such
in December the expedition found exercises as may best express
Hispaniola, which he thought might honor to the discoverer and
be Japan. There, he established their appreciation of the
Spains first colony in the Americas great achievements of the
with 39 of his men. In March 1493, four completed centuries of
the explorer returned to Spain in American life
triumph, bearing gold, spices and In 1937, President Franklin
Indian captives. He crossed the D. Roosevelt proclaimed
Atlantic several more times before his Columbus Day a national
death in 1506; by his third journey, holiday, largely as a result of
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DOES IT HELP US TO
KNOW HISTORY?
This is the first of a series of articles dealing with the topic of Why Is The Study of History
Important? and What the role and goal of the historian. Lastly to evaluate the way
history, especially American History is taught at the public school level and in a college
setting. The two quotes below help define my objectives.

Those who do not remember the past are condemned to repeat it.
George Santayana

A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.
Marcus Garvey

BY STEW RICHLAND
It is an undeniable fact that the was limited to three choices. Most 4. The Battle of New Orleans (a) A tax on all liquor sold in the
key to our countries success is the fact of us have taken multiple choice happened in 1815. What was so colonies (b) A tax on stamp
that we have an educated citizenry. test with 4 possible answers so I felt odd about the battle? collections (c) A tax on anything
However there is also an undefinable that I would continue this tradition. (a)
The British surrendered after made of paper (c) A tax on Mail
fact that more and more Americans GOOD LUCK!!!! one hour (b) The Americans were
have little or no knowledge or aided by Chief Crazy Horse (c) No
understanding of those events that Can You Pass The American 10.In what year did a Supreme
shots were fired (d) The Battle was Court decision order the end of
made America unique or how our History Test Most Americans Fail? fought two weeks after the war
democratic government works. We know you like to think of segregation in public schools?
was ended.
Examples of this phenomenon are yourself as anything but average, so (a) 1066 (b) 1914 (c) 1954 (d) 1962
out there for all to see. For example, why not prove yourself. Do you think 5. What American woman aided
wounded soldiers on the 11.What was the Underground
the major cable news channels send you can pass the American history Railroad?
reporters out on the street to interview test most American's fail? Let's find battlefield during the Civil War?
the public. They ask questions out! (a)
Betsy Ross (b) Florence (a) Apart of the New York subway
about issues that are in the news, Nightingale (c) Dolly Madison (d) system (b) A trail that led to the
show photos of elected officials, and 1.
In 1803 President Thomas Clara Barton western states (c) A system of raids
query them about basic historical Jefferson bought a large amount and swamps for slaves to escape
6. Where was the first hostile north (d) A road to give supplies
questions such as, "Who did we fight of land from the French. What action of the Civil War?
in the Revolutionary War? Name the was this event called? to the Union Army
current Vice-President? How many (a) Fort James (b) Fort Sumter (d) 12.During World War I the United
a) Louisiana Purchase (b) the Pacific Fort Lincoln (d) Fort Dix
stars are on the American flag? What Pact (c) Jefferson's Deal (d) none States was a member of which
is significant about December 7, of the choices 7. When Columbus sailed from group?
1941?" Those questioned did not Spain on his epic journey what (a) the Axis (b) The Allied Powers
know the answer! 2. During the War of 1812, who did he expect to find?
was the United States fighting (c) the NATO peace force (d)
On a recent Jeopardy show, (a) A short route to the Americas (b) The Alliance for the Defeat of
college students could easily answer against?
India (c) Africa (d) Canada Germany
questions on math or science, a) Italy (b) Great Britain (c) France (d)
but failed miserably on questions Germany 8. What was the reason that the
dealing with American history or Pilgrims left England and sailed Authors note: Why most people have
3. The Constitution was written for America? little or no knowledge about the history
government. Their failure to answer in 1787 by some of our greatest
the questions so shocked the host, (a) Freedom of the Press (b) to find of the United States is very disturbing.
leaders. In what city did they Education experts have studied this issue
Alex Trebeck, that he had to comment gather to write the Constitution? gold (c) religious freedom (d)
on the fact that these bright college freedom from taxation and their conclusions are varied, valid
students had so little knowledge of (a) New York (b) Washington D.C. (c) and disturbing. As a former history
Philadelphia (d) Boston 9. What was the Stamp Act? teacher and a student of history, this issue
American history.
The American is of great concern to me.
history quiz that I will attempt, in future
follows is designed to articles to explain why
get your juices flowing the study of history is
about your historical vital to our survival as a
expertise. This test nation and examine the
was produced by the reasons why most people
Washington Post to have limited knowledge
challenge their readers of civics, and American
on their knowledge history.
of American history
and culture. The Answers
answers to the quiz 1. A 2. B 3. C 4. D 5.
will be found in D 6. B 7. B 8. C 9. C
another section of the 10. C 11. C 12. B
Reporter. (Authors
note: the original quiz
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Take Two and Hit To Right


Sports of the
Around the Bases
with
CenturyVillage
Irwin Cohen BY THE MILHAM
BROTHERS
Fifty years ago, the 1967 baseball American League Triple Crown by
season unfolded without Sandy batting .326,44 home runs and drove Take Two and Hit to Right
Koufax. The great lefthander was in 121 runs. Yaz also led the league
only 30 retired after the '66 World in hits (189) and deservedly was Sam Milham is feeling better now, E N D O F TH E BASE BALL
Series. Koufax shocked the baseball named the American League's Most so this month's column is written partly
by him and partly by his brother Ted,
SE ASO N:
world as he was the best pitcher in Valuable Player.
the game posting a 27-9 record in Yastrzemski led the Red Sox who "pinch hit" for Sam for the past As of this writing, it looks like
few months. Ted leads off with some another interesting climax to the
1966 with a low earned run average to the World Series and fans were
reminiscences . . . . baseball season. My question to you
of only 1.73 and completing an wondering if the BoSox left fielder
is: Is it parity or mediocrity? As of
amazing 27 games. But worries could continue to dominate against
FOOTBALL' S " H E ID I this writing, there are a dozen teams
about his arthritic arm forced him to the St. Louis Cardinals managed by in the playoff hunt, with four of them
give up baseball. With new medical Red Schoendienst. Yaz continued GAM E ":
playing close to .500.
techniques a decade or so later, to shine as he batted .400 in the With minutes left on the clock and Stanton now has 54 home runs.
Koufax could have pitched more fall classic and led both teams with the Jets ahead by two touchdowns, Will he surpass Roger Maris's 61
years and add more records. three home runs. Each team won NBC cuts away from the football home runs, the real record? There are
Many fans were following current three games as the Series came game to show the story of Heidi. only about two weeks left.
events 50 years ago. Egyptian ruler down to Game seven. Jim Lonborg Guess what happened: The Oakland I may be wrong, but to me it looks
Gamal Abdel Nasser threatened of the Red Sox and Bob Gibson of Raiders came from behind and won like a ClevelandL.A. World Series.
Israel and on May 23, 1967, Egyptian the Cardinals each won two games the game. All hell breaks loose! But
troops moved into Sharm el-Sheikh and faced off in the winner take-all good newsNBC changed their ABOUT CO LIN
policy. No more breaking away from
and ordered the Straits of Tiran final game. Gibson dominated and
a game in progress. Do you have to
K AE PE R N ICK :
closed to Israeli ships and Israeli Boston's Impossible Dream season
be a hot-shot network executive to (Sam's opinion. Ted will speak for
bound cargo. (the Red Sox were in last place in
figure this stuff out? himself next month.)
The events morphed into what 1966 and became the first team in If I were the owner of an NFL
became known as the " Six Day war." the American League's 67 years to M ADISO N SQUAR E football team, I would not want
While the war lasted less than a week, go from last to first the following Colin on my team. While he has
millions of words were written about season) ended. GAR DE N IN THE 1950S:
the right to his beliefs, here's how I
it in the following weeks. It was found Other memorable baseball events Do you remember the NBA of the would feel as an owner: " I
that during the 1948-1967 Jordanian from the 1967 season included, Tom 1950s? We used to go to Madison have my rights, too. Wearing socks
occupation of eastern Jerusalem, Seaver winning a club record 16 Square Garden to watch the depicting cops as pigs, Colin goes
58 synagogues were destroyed and games for the Mets and was named Knicks play, and there was always a down on one knee in protest when
the Jewish cemetery on the Mount National League Rookie of the Year. doubleheader. Two other NBA teams the Star Spangled Banner is sung.
of Olives repeatedly vandalized. The All-Star Game played at would play a neutral court game Why should I put my business worth
Tombstones were used to pave roads Anaheim lasted 15 innings, the before the Knicks game. about $3 billion at risk by bringing
Back then the Rangers usually him in as a backup quarterback,
and build latrines in Jordanian army longest in all-star game in history.
did not make the Hockey playoffs, which would make him the focal
barracks. Tony Perez of the Cincinnati Reds hit
but when they did, they would be point of my team with the mediaa
As the 1967 wore on, Red Sox a home run to win it....Mickey Mantle
deprived of some of their home circus at bestwhile my goal is to
left fielder Carl Yastrzemski caught hit his 500th career home run and games, because the Circus had win a Super Bowl? To win a Super
our attention as he was on his way teammate Whitey Ford retired with priority in the Garden. (Sounds like Bowl, my players and coaches must
to a special season. Yaz was a rookie a .690 career winning percentage, another Heidi moment.) direct all their efforts on winning
in 1961, the year after left fielder the highest in this century...Veteran Sam now comes to bat with a bit not "making statements." I learned
Ted Williams retired. Not only did slugging third baseman Eddie about baseball and his opinion on a long time ago it's impossible to
Yaz star at-bat but in the field with Mathews playing for Houston hit his Colin Kaepernick. Sam also writes: serve two masters. The fans come
dazzling catches. The lefthanded 500th career home run...Cubs young "I want to thank Ted for writing this to our games to get away from the
batter cemented his great year by pitcher Kenny Holtzman was only column in my absence and ask him real world for a few hours. I'm in
batting an amazing .523 with five able to pitch on weekends because to stay on as a regular writerat least the entertainment business, and I
home runs in his last 12 games. of military service and posted an that's what the folks at the Camden respect that fact. To use a baseball
When the dust settled, Yaz won the amazing 9-0 record. pool want. Are they telling me term, Colin is 'too hot to handle.' "
something? I am better now and very Till next month...take two and hit
happy to be back, at least on a part- to right!
time basis." Well, for you fans of Ted,
he has agreed to continue sharing Sam Milham hosts a Channel 63
some of his sports observations in a Sports Show daily at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00
separate column in future issues. p.m., as well as a Computer Radio Show
Monday night at 5:00 p.m.on the WEI
network.

WANTED
1. A guest columnist with a knowledge of golf, tennis,
and both college and pro football (NFL and the
Canadian League).
2. Your comments on any sport (about 100 words
maximum).

Send them to:


Joy Vestal, Coeditor, UCO Reporter
E-mail: ucoreporterwpb@gmail.com
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OCTOBER-INTERNAL BUS ROUTE


OCTOBER-INTERNAL BUS ROUTE # 1Please have your ID ready for the driver
- 1 1
PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID READY FOR THE DRIVER

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 10:05
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
Times vary
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
South Dr and Dover B-C 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 according to
Somerset Pool 8:04 9:04 10:04 11:04 the number
1:04 2:04 3:04 4:04 5:04 6:04 7:04 8:04 9:04 Times vary of
Somerset Tennis Court 8:05 9:05 10:05 11:05 people that the
1:05 2:05 3:05 4:05 5:05 6:05 7:05 8:05 9:05 according to the
South Dr and Somerset Dr 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 driver must help
number of
South Dr and Somerset J-L 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 when entering or
South Dr and Berkshire A-K 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 people that the
leaving the bus.
Berkshire 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 driver must help
South Dr and West Dr 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 when
Pleaseentering
be at
West Dr and Berkshire A-K 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 or leaving the
the bus stop 10
Camden F 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
bus.
minutes before
Camden C-D 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
time.
Benton St and Windsor Dr 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
Please be at the
Benton St and West 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
Camden Dr 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
bus stop 10
Camden Dr and Windsor Dr 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 minutes
Mon, Wed before
Windsor Dr and Durham St 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 time.
Seniors Vs Crime
Durham St and West Dr 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 1:00 To 3:00 Pm
Evans St and West Dr 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 Mon, Wed
Friday Seniors
Evans St and Windsor Dr 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 Seniors
Vs CrimeVs Crime
10:00 to
Farham St and Windsor Dr 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 1:00
NoonTo 3:00 Pm
Farham St and West Dr 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 Friday Seniors Vs
MCCI/Humana/Wells Fargo 8:17 9:17 10:17 11:17 1:17 2:17 3:17 4:17 5:17 Crime 10:00 to
All internal
UCO 8:18 9;18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18 5:18 NO WEEKENDS SERV. Noon
buses will
Wellington Dr w and West Dr 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:16 7:16 8:16 9:16
Wellington M 8:20 9;20 10:20 11:20
On REQUEST
1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 All internal
Wellington L 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:17 7:17 8:17 9:17 complete
buses will On
Perimeter
West Dr and Wellington K 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
REQUEST
West Dr and Wellington J 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 Drive Run at
West Dr and South Dr 8:24 9:24 10:24 11:24 DRIVERS 1:24 2:24 3:24 4:24 5:24 6:24 7:24 8:24 9:24 complete
11:45
South Dr and Wellington H 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25 LUNCH 1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 Perimeter
South Dr and Wellington G 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 Drive Run at
THE BUSES
South Dr and Hampshire S t 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 11:45.
ARE AT YOUR
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 SERVICE.
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 THE BUSES
PLEASE THE
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 ARE AT YOUR
TRASH GOES IN
East Dr and 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 SERVICE,
THE TRASH JAR.
East Dr and 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
PLEASE THE
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
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
TRASH GOES
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 IN THE TRASH
JAR

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 8AM & 1PM ONLY, #2 runs all day.
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PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID READY FOR THE DRIVER
OCTOBER- 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 10:05
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
Times vary
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
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 according to
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 Times varyof
the number
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
according
people that to
the
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
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 the number
driver of
must help
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 people that or
when entering
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
1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07 5:07 6:07 7:07 8:07 9:07 the driver
leaving the bus.
Kent St and Clinton St 8:07 9:07 10:07 11:07
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 must help
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 Please be at
when entering
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 the bus stop 10
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 or leaving the
Chatham D 8:10 9:10 10:10 11:10
minutes before
1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 5:10 6:10 7:10 8:10 9:10 bus.
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 time.
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
Please be at
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
Northampton St and Carleton St 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12
All internal
1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 the bus stop
Northampton St and Devon St 8:12 9:12 10:12 11:12 buses
1:12 2:12 3:12 4:12 5:12 6:12 7:12 8:12 9:12 10 minswill
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 On REQUEST
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
before time.
complete
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
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 Perimeter
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 Drive Run at
All internal
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
11:45 will On
buses
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
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 REQUEST
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 complete
THE BUSES
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 Perimeter
ARE AT YOUR
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 Drive Run at
SERVICE.
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 11:45.
PLEASE THE
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
TRASH GOES IN
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
THE TRASH JAR.
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
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
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
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 THE BUSES
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 ARE AT YOUR
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 SERVICE,
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
PLEASE THE
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
TRASH GOES IN
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
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 THE TRASH
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 JAR
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
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
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
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.
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B25

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PLEASE HAVE YOUR ID READY FOR THE DRIVER
OCTOBER-INTERNAL BUS ROUTE # 3 Please have your ID ready for the driver 3
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 10:05
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
Times vary
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
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 according to
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 Times vary of
the number
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 according
people that the
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
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 to the must help
driver
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 number of or
when entering
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 leaving the bus.
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
people
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 that the
Fairway St and Dorset St 8:08 9:08 10:08 11:08 Please
1:08 2:08 3:08 4:08 5:08 6:08 7:08 8:08 9:08 driver be at
must
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 the bus stop 10
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 help when
minutes before
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 entering or
Carlisle St and Hampshire 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 time.
Carlisle st and Imperial Ct 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
leaving the
Wellington C 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 bus.Please
All internal
Wellington A 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 be at the
Wellington B 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 buses will
Wellington D 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 bus
Onstop 10
REQUEST
Imperial Ct and Dorset 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 mins
complete
Dorset St and Hampshire St 8:19 9:19 10:19 11:19 1:19 2:19 3:19 4:19 5:19 6:19 7:19 8:19 9:19
South Dr and fairway St
before
8:20 9:20 10:20 11:20 DRIVERS 1:20 2:20 3:20 4:20 5:20 6:20 7:20 8:20 9:20 Perimeter
South Dr and Elizabeth St 8:21 9:21 10:21 11:21 LUNCH 1:21 2:21 3:21 4:21 5:21 6:21 7:21 8:21 9:21 time. DriveAllRun at
East Dr and Golfs Edge 12-14 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 internal
11:45
East Dr and Golfs Edge 2 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 buses will
East Dr and Bath St 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
On
East Dr and Clinton 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 THE BUSES
Norwich F 8:25 9:25 10:25 11:25
REQUEST
1:25 2:25 3:25 4:25 5:25 6:25 7:25 8:25 9:25 ARE AT YOUR
Falkirk St and Avon Ave 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 complete
SERVICE.
Avon Ave and Elgin St 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 Perimeter
PLEASE THE
Norwich E 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 Drive
TRASHRunGOES IN
Elgin St and Cardiff 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 at
THE TRASH JAR.
Cardiff Sty and Devon 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
11:45.THE
Norwich h 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
BUSES ARE
Devon and Avon Ave 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
North Dr and Avon Ave 8:28 9:28 10:28 11:28 DRIVERS 1:28 2:28 3:28 4:28 5:28 6:28 7:28 8:28 9:28 AT YOUR
North Dr and Borden St 8:29 9:29 10:29 11:29 LUNCH 1:29 2:29 3:29 4:29 5:29 6:29 7:29 8:29 9:29 SERVICE,
Borden St and Clinton 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 PLEASE
Easthampton E 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 THE TRASH
Clinton and Avon Ave 8:30 9:30 10:30 11:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 GOES IN
Avon Ave and Bath St 8:31 9:31 10:31 11:31 1:31 2:31 3:31 4:31 5:31 6:31 7:31 8:31 9:31
THE TRASH
Avon Ave and Ascot Ave 8:31 9:31 10:31 11:31 1:31 2:31 3:31 4:31 5:31 6:31 7:31 8:31 9:31
Salisbury A 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 1:32 2:32 3:32 4:32 5:32 6:32 7:32 8:32 9:32
JAR
Borden St and Bath St 8:32 9:32 10:32 11:32 1:32 2:32 3:32 4:32 5:32 6:32 7:32 8:32 9:32
Walgreens-Medical Plaza 8:33 9:33 10:33 11:33 1:33 2:33 3:33 4:33 5:33 6:33 7:33 8:33 9:33
Clubhouse 8:34 9:34 10:34 11:34 1:34 2:34 3:34 4:34 5:34 6:34 7:34 8:34 9:34
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
OCTOBER EXTERNAL BUS SCHEDULES
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SHUTTLE BUS (TUESDAY AND THURSDAY) Perimeter Run at 12:45


OCTOBER-EXTERNAL
OCTOBER
OCTOBER
Clubhouse
EXTERNALBUS
EXTERNAL BUSSCHEDULES
SCHEDULES
OCTOBER EXTERNAL BUS SCHEDULES
Family Dollar
BUS SCHEDULES
9:00 10:00 11:00 DRIVERS
9:07 10:07 11:07
1:00 2:00 3:00 4:00
1:07 2:07 3:07 4:07
Imaging Center
OCTOBER EXTERNAL BUS SCHEDULES
Library
SHUTTLESHUTTLEBUSBUS (TUESDAY
(TUESDAY EXCURSION TRIPS
9:10 PLEASE
AND AND
10:10 11:10 HAVE YOUR
THURSDAY) Perimeter
THURSDAY)
9:15 10:15 11:15 LUNCH
1:10 2:10
Perimeter Run
ID
Run at 12:45
READY
3:10
12:45
1:15 2:15 3:15 4:15
4:10 FOR THE DRIVER
SHUTTLE
Clubhouse BUS (TUESDAY AND THURSDAY)
Clubhouse 9:009:0010:00 Perimeter
10:0011:00
11:00 DRIVERSRun at
DRIVERS 12:45
1:00
1:00 2:00
2:00 3:00
3:00 4:00
4:00 WEDNESDAY 4 PGA Mall
Humana 9:18 10:18 11:18 1:18 2:18 3:18 4:18
Clubhouse
FamilyFamily
DollarDollar 9:00 9:0710:00 11:00
9:0710:07 DRIVERS
10:0711:07
11:07 1:00 2:001:07 3:00
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1:07 1:21
2:07
at2:21
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1:10 3:07
1:10 2:10
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4:074:21
2:10 3:10
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WEDNESDAY 11 Boca Town Center Mall
EXCURSION
EXCURSIONTRIPS
TRIPS
Clubhouse
Walmart/Jog
Imaging Center
Library
Family
Library
Dollar
Publix(home depot plaza-Jog Rd)
9:00
9:109:25 10:10
9:15
9:07
9:28
10:00
10:25
9:15 11:10
10:15
10:07
10:28
11:00 DRIVERS 1:10 1:25
11:25
10:15 11:15 LUNCH
11:15
11:07
11:28
LUNCH
DRIVERS
1:00
2:10
1:15
1:07
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2:00
1:152:25
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2:15 3:25
3:07
3:28
4:00
3:15 4:25
4:10
3:15 4:15
4:15
4:07
4:28
WEDNESDAY 18 Festival Flea Market
WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY 4 4PGAPGA MallMall
EXCURSION TRIPS
EXCURSION TRIPS
LibraryHumana Humana 9:15 9:1810:15 11:15
9:1810:18 LUNCH
10:1811:18
11:18 1:15 2:151:18 3:15
1:18 2:18 4:15
2:18 3:18
3:18 4:18
4:18
ImagingPlaza
Center 9:10 10:10 11:10 1:10 2:10 3:10 4:10 WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY 25
4 11PGA Wellington
Mall Mall
Century
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WEDNESDAY Boca
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2:25 3:37
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15 Memorial
191 New DaykingDay
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JULY
MAY MAY 284 19
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SEPTEMBERIndependence Day
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Morse Clubhouse
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9:10
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PUBLIX EXPRESS (Mon-Fri) Mon-Fri Perimeter Run 8:45 and 12:45 MAY 28 Memorial
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11:15 11:00 1:20 1:00
2:15 2:00
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4:15 4:00 NOVEMBER
JULY 4 Independence 10 Veterans Day Day
AS REQUESTED POINTS
AS REQUESTED POINTS OF SERVICE OF SERVICE . . OCTOBER 9 Columbus Day
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NOVEMBER
NOVEMBER
SEPTEMBER 10 4Veterans
2310 Day Day
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Thanksgiving
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Clubhouse
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NOVEMBER
OCTOBER 9 25 23 Thanksgiving
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Columbus Day
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NOVEMBER
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2325Thanksgiving
Village Commons AS 9:10
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DECEMBER
NOVEMBER Christmas
25Veterans
10 ChristmasDayDayDay
Day
Clubhouse
VillageVillage
CommonsCommons 9:00 10:00 11:00
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11:10 1:00 2:00 1:10 3:00
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3:10 4:105:00
4:10 5:10 5:10 DECEMBER 25 Christmas Day
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9:15 10:15 10:22
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4:00 5:22
5:00 DECEMBER 25 Christmas Day
Pine Trail 9:229:2210:22
10:2211:2211:22 1:22 3:15
2:22 4:15
2:22 3:22 5:15
3:22 4:22
4:22 5:22 5:22
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9:30
9:22 10:22 10:10
10:30
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11:30 1:10
1:30
1:22 2:22 2:10
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11:22 1:10
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2:30 3:15
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4:30 5:15
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OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B27

CENTURY VILLAGE CLASS SCHEDULE - OCTOBER 2017


Class Registration in the Staff Office Monday - Friday 9:00am-4:30pm
Payments by CASH or CHECK ONLY.

MONDAY CLASSES
Course Name Start Date Time Cost # Weeks Room Materials Instructor
STAINED GLASS
ongoing 1pm-3pm $20 4 Stained Glass *** Pete Grobman
CURRENT EVENTS
10/16/17 1pm-2:30pm FREE ** 3 Card Room A Art Brownstein
** Paid classes begin in November. Attend Oct. 16th, 23rd & 30th to get a free preview!
TUESDAY CLASSES
Course Name Start Date Time Cost # Weeks Room Materials Instructor
CERAMICS
ongoing 9am-11am $36 6 Ceramics *** Gert Pernicano
BASIC LINE DANCE STEPS WORKSHOP
10/03/17 10am-11am $5 4 Art Room Jerry Adams
TAP DANCE BEGINNER/INTERMEDIATE
10/10/17 11am-12pm $24 4 Party Room *** Joan Maret
ZUMBA GOLD
10/03/17 11:15-12:15 $32 4 Hastings Patricia Cerniglia
PEACE EDUCATION CLASS
ongoing 6:30-7:30pm free 10 Classroom A Bruce Malinowski
WEDNESDAY CLASSES
Course Name Start Date Time Cost # Weeks Room Materials Instructor
LATIN RHYTHM DANCE
TBD* 10am-11am $20 4 Art Room Miriam Zalez
LECTURE SERIES with MYRNA
09/27/17 10:30 - 12:00 $25 6 Meeting Rm C Myrna Goldberger
BALLROOM DANCE BEGINNER with NATALIA
TBD* 4 pm - 5 pm $25 4 Art Room Natalia Bragarnik
BALLROOM DANCE INTERMEDIATE with NATALIA
TBD* 5 pm - 6 pm $25 4 Art Room *** Natalia Bragarnik
THURSDAY CLASSES
Course Name Start Date Time Cost # Weeks Room Materials Instructor
CERAMICS
PAINTING WORKSHOP
TBD* 9:30-11:30 am $20 4 Art Room *** Phil Adler
QI-GONG/TAI CHI
10/05/17 11am-12pm $20 4 Hastings Dorothy Rettay
FRIDAY CLASSES
Course Name Start Date Time Cost # Weeks Room Materials Instructor
CERAMICS
ongoing 9 - 11 pm $36 6 Ceramics *** Gert Pernicano
SATURDAY CLASSES
Course Name Start Date Time Cost # Weeks Room Materials Instructor
BEGINNERS BALLROOM - GROUP with ERWIN
10am - 11 am $25 4 Art Room Erwin Protter
BALLROOM PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS - SINGLE with ERWIN
11am-12pm $50 4 Art Room Erwin Protter
BALLROOM PRIVATE INSTRUCTIONS - COUPLE with ERWIN
11am-12pm $75 4 Art Room Erwin Protter

METRO DRIVING CLASS


NEXT SESSION: OCTOBER 12 -- 9 am - 3 pm, Meeting Room C.
CLASS DEPENDENT ON MINIMUM CLASS SIZE.

ATTENTION: Bridge Teacher Needed for the Coming Season!!


Call 561-640-3120 ext. 0
No Refunds or New Registrations After the End of the First Class
Room Location Subject to Change or Modification
Make Checks out to WPRF. $15.00 Service Charge on ALL Returned Checks.
(***) Materials Needed. Please Purchase Materials Prior to Start of First Class.
PAGE B28 | UCO REPORTER | OCTOBER 2017

DADS DOOR & WINDOW, INC.


Dad Gets It Done!
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Acrylic Patio Enclosures
Tub Enclosures Shower Doors Call
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Diabeti Eye Care Dry Eye Therapy Cosmetic Lid Procedures
Ocular Allergy Testing/Treatment
Macular Degeneration Contact Lenses
$59.00
Frame and Single
Vision Lenses
(Few restrictions apply) New customers only.
20 Year Anniversary Special
Not valid with any other offers or prior purchases. With
purchase of complete pair. Expires 10-31-17
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B29

S E R V I C E S
CRAIG THE HANDYMAN
Dont Sweat It, You Wont Regret It
Professional Service Nails Waxing Facials
Mon.Fri. 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. / Sat. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Just Sit Back, Relax & Make The Call
Honest, Reliable & Dependable Service Guaranteed
Phone 561-684-0061
Walk-Ins Welcome Gift Certificates Available
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We Are Not a Telephone Service Handing Out Work to Subs!

HANDY MAN THINGS, INC.


HMT WINDOWS & DOORS
Door Repairs Hurricane Shutters
Door Replacement Accordion Shutters
Window Screens Window Glass
www.FYZICALpbc.com
Porch Enclosures Porch Rescreening
Window Repair Kitchen and Bath Countertops
Physical Therapy Fitness & Wellness Hand Therapy
Window Replacement Sliding Glass Door Repair & Wheels
Electrical
Balance Programs problems
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Appliances Electrical Contractor Air Conditioning/Portable & Window


Full Services Remodels Electrical Design Installation and Service
Indoor Light Fixture Installation Landscape Lighting Recess Lighting
Security Lighting Additional Outlets and Switches Pool Equipment Wiring
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WHEN IT COMES TO IMPROVEMENTS FOR YOUR ASSOCIATION

TRUST THE PROS


YOU ALREADY KNOW.

If youve been thinking about enhancing your property


with general repairs or improvements, choose the company
Century Village trusts to make your property look its best.

TRUST US FOR: Call a Customer Service


SCREEN REPLACEMENT Representative today to schedule
SPINDLE & RAIL REPAIR & REPLACEMENT your FREE consultation.
PAINTING BUMPERS, CAUTION STRIPING
& DUMPSTER ROOM DOORS (561) 656-6310
FASCIA REPAIRS
LANDSCAPE ENHANCEMENTS & DESIGNS SeacrestServices.com

Water Damage | Fire Disaster Restoration | Mold Remediation


Content Cleaning & Restoration | Pack-out Inventory (POI) Services | Reconstruction Services

For Emergency Service Call 561-881-8567


www.deanmitchellgroup.com/restoration
OCTOBER 2017 | UCO REPORTER | PAGE B31

WANT YOUR VOICE Come out and be thankful as we celebrate


TO BE HEARD? the Thanksgiving holiday with friends
Know your Congress people! Thursday, November 23
Calling is the most effective way to contact
our Senators and Representatives. 1-4 PM
In Century Village Clubhouse Party Room

The two U.S. Senators that represent Florida are:


MARCO RUBIO (R) BILL NELSON (D)
202-224-3041 202-224-5274
Dinner and Entertainment
Floridas 27 Congressional districts each get Open to all Century Village Residents
1 representative in the House of Representatives. $25/person
Cash Only
Century Village is in the 18th District Call 561-373-0329 to RSVP
Dist. 18 BRIAN MAST (R) 202225-3026 RSVP & Payment Required
No payments accepted at door
Other South Florida Representatives are: Deadline is October 13, 2017. Non-refundable payment is to be
brought to CSI Office located in
Dist. 20 Alcee Hastings (D) 202-225-1313 the Century Village Medical Plaza at
Dist. 21 Lois Frankel (D) 202-225-9890 100 Century Blvd, Suite 104, West Palm Beach, Fl, 33417.
Dist. 22 Ted Deutch (D) 202-225-3001
Dist. 23 D. Wasserman Schultz (D) 202-225-7931
NR 3032096

CALL TO CEN TUR Y VILLAGE AR TISTS


The Century Village Art Committee
Is Requesting Your
ORIGIN AL ARTW ORK
For Display on 1st & 2d floor of the Main Clubhouse

PLEASE BRING YOUR ART TO THE CLUBHOUSE ON:

MON DAY, N OVEMBER 13, 2017 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

Additional Information:

1) 1 or 2 original pieces may be submitted for display.


2) Frame or gallery wrap your art, and wire it so it is ready to be hung.
3) Please include your name, address and phone on the back of each piece.

Questions: Beth Baker 684-3166


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Thanks for nothing, Irma


BY JODY LEBEL

Hurricane Irma will hit Florida 1) Writing. When the power no air. I put all that away. 13) Ditto with cleaning out the
the newscasters blare at us with first cut off, I thought Id get some 5) Next I opted to color in my drawers.
delight on their faces as they realize fiction writing done on the laptop. adult coloring book that I got from 14) Ditto with reorganizing my
theyll be on every station 24/7. Now (Im working on another novel.) The Santa. Nope, drops of sweat begin to clothes closet.
look, Im a savvy Floridian. Ive laptop screen is smaller but I would mar the pages. Its too darn hot. 15) Ditto for stripping the
lived in the Sunshine State for over cope. I began. It was too darn hot to 6) I decided it was a good time wallpaper off the bathroom walls.
35 years. I know what to do. This concentrate. Sweat dropped on the to clean out the fridge. Nope, cant (Am I out of my mind?)
isnt my first wind rodeo. Remember keyboard. I had to find something open it. Got to preserve even the Well for Petes sake. What can I
Andrew and Wilma? I was there. else to do that didnt use my brain. tiniest bit of cold. do? I decided to take a nap to ponder
I gassed up my car a week before. 2) I know, Ill put together 7) Remember books, Jody? Try my situation. I spritzed water on
Batteries? Check. Canned foods? that dollhouse from the kit I have reading. I settled on the couch with myself, got down to my underwear,
Check. Bread? Take a loaf out of the hiding under my bed. Id been a good one, but I got annoyed having and laid on top of the bed spread
freezer. Start making ice. Then I procrastinating because theres a lot to move the flashlight over every line. eagled. Not a pretty sight. I managed
wait to see how serious this is going of little detail work. Just as I feared, Back and forth, back and forth. I to close my eyes for two minutes
to get. Do I stay or leave? And just when I opened the box there were a soon tired of that and snapped the when I felt a furnace on my left side.
where do I go when I see the entire billion parts. Thats okay. Ive got book shut. Do you know how much heat one
state of Florida is in the cone? time. It was hard to see the little 8) I read over the hurricane little 10-pound cat gives off? Does
Shelters start opening. I begin to letters on the wood pieces in the light preparedness literature again. Oops, NASA know about this?
take everything off the porch. I of the flashlight but I began to sort I didnt check my medical kit. I So I didnt get anything done
manipulate the shutters to see if them in piles around the floor. (Yes, run (okay, I walked) to fetch it and on my list. Actually my house was
there are any problems. I guess Im I got myself down on the floor.) My was dismayed to see that it only messier than before Irma. So what
staying. cat came in and sat in the middle and contained four Band-Aids, some did I really do? I ate a whole box of
First of all, let me talk about muddled my piles. After an hour of mosquito itch cream, a roll of white Ding Dongs, played solitaire with
candles. When the power goes out, sorting, and resorting (darn cat), it medical tape (dont even know what paper cards (imagine?), and did a
and it will, I was determined to use dawned on me that I needed a hot to do with that), a tongue depressor, whole lot of whining. By the way, you
my super-dooper vanilla scented, glue gun. It all went back under the gauze, and a packet of aspirin. can try all you want but you cant
three-wick candle that I bought at bed. Took me another ten minutes to Nothing bad better happen. But on stop the sweat from coming.
Yankee Candle. The one that takes get myself off the floor. the bright side I used the gauze to tie However, on the second night with
two hands to lift. I know, I know. 3) I went to my craft area and back my curtains so I could see the no power, I took a different tact. I
We just heard the fire department tell pulled out some quilling. For those storm better. mean really, when was the last time I
us: Dont ever use candles! But they of you who dont know what that 9) I settled on practicing my songs sat quietly and did nothing? I had no
dont mean me. I have this lovely is its simply curling little strips of for the upcoming Act 2 show. Ive got deadlines from work, no TV shows I
two-foot-tall, glass enclosed lantern paper and then making designs out some great songs. Darn, I need the HAD to catch up on, no Facebook
with white sand and seashells in the of them. I quilled about a dozen music and the words that are stored messages, no emails. I dont have to
bottom sitting in my living room. A strips and begin to get bored. I on the big computer. clean the house. I dont have to cook.
candle in there cant tip, the cat cant studied the pattern Id chosen; a 10) Okay, how about I give myself I have no errands to run, no club
put her nose on it, and Ill have lots pretty fish. It took 300 quills. What? a pedicure. In the dark? What the meetings to get to. No phone calls
of cozy light. I lit the thing, went to Are you sure? I put the quilling away. heck. I know where my toes are, to make. No responsibilities. All I
sit down, and immediately noticed 4) Next I tried to paint rocks. right? The next morning a startled have to do is sit in the dark by the
an odd odor. Upon examination I Theres a fad going around whereby cry came out of my mouth when I open window and let my eyes adjust
find there was some Styrofoam and you paint pictures on river rocks looked down. Did I need my medical to the ambient light. Hear that? Its
plastic packing in the upper portion (cats, flowers, whatever) and then you emergency kit? No, I had just painted crickets. And theres a frog. I stepped
of the lantern that I never saw, and it place the painted rocks around the my entire big toe red. Im going to outside. I could see the stars. When
was about to catch flame. Arrrgghh! city for other rock painters to find. leave it. Maybe Ill start a new fad. was the last time you saw stars? And
I snuffed out the candle. I guess they Go to PBCrocks on Facebook and 11) In the daylight on day two I what is that smell? The sweet drift
did mean me. youll see what Im talking about. I resolved to clean out my hall closet of night-blooming jasmine. I could
I had decided that when the took out the rocks, got the paint that was packed with stuff. I began clear my mind, collect my thoughts.
power went out Id mask my WiFi all set up, shooed away the cat. I dragging things out. Five minutes I stopped fussing about how hot it
withdrawal by keeping busy with cleaned my brushes, propped the later I quit. I didnt even put anything was, and began to enjoy the quiet of
projects around the house; things flashlight on the shelf, and began. I back in. Its too darn hot. a summers night. It was a chance for
that Id been meaning to do. Good discovered that the smell of paint is 12) Ditto with cleaning out the a total reboot.
plan, Jody. Heres the list. quite pungent in a closed house with cupboards. Thanks Irma. I think.