SLR Koffee Klatch Newsletter
May 15, 2017
Coffee and donuts:Earl and Carol Goetz
Master of Ceremonies:Madeline Conway
Sound:Bob Trombley, Dick Dain, traveling mic
Deaths:I received word via parisheners of the Community church that it was announced yesterday at their services that Bill Burbank of 61 Saddlebag Trail passed away Friday. I have tried contacting his wife, Donna, but no luck so far. I will pursue and see what further information I can get for next week. Cards can be sent to the Northern address in the phone book.
Illness:Vera Roy fell and split her head open to the tune of 21 staples and 3 inches long starting just above her right eye and extending up through the center of her head. After several X rays they determined she did not have a concussion. She was sent home and is doing fine. Cards are welcome.
It appears there will be a memorial for Lois Detenbeckon Monday, November 27th at the Club House at 1 pm. Further information will be available closer to that date.
Joanne Webb is undergoing treatments at Moffitt. She welcomes your prayers and cards. Visitors are welcome but please call first as she is gone to Doctors appointments a lot.
John Goodwin Sr. is home. He is walking with a walker at this time. Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and a nurse come to the home two times a week. He is on heavy pain medication. Pat and John expressed a BIG thank you for the cards already sent. . Continued prayers and cards are welcome. Use the northern address in the phone book.
Jean Calder (Lanny Thomas' sister) is home and has Physical and Speech therapy.
Marilyn Storm of 29 Blue Quill had surgery this am. I just received a call from Chuck it is a 2 or 3 hour surgery. She will be in ICU this afternoon. They are keeping her overnight to be sure all went well. Chuck plans to bring her home tomorrow. Cards and prayers are welcome.
Virginia Toering is scheduled for shoulder replacement surgery May 25th in Winter Haven Hospital.
Nancy Crumback (Virginia Toerings' daughter) is home from the hospital on a special liquid diet. No surgery at this time. She lost 30 pounds in a month and is very weak. Friends are helping her. She has people praying for her all over the world. She thanks everyone and knows prayers do work. (Everything in her closet is too BIG! What a problem) Friday she made brownies and delivered baskets with all kinds of goodies for all the nurses on her floor. It was Nurses week.
Bill Brandenburg is at Life Care in Winter Haven. He still has phemonia and branchitus. When his blood pressure is normal he is having physical therapy
Other News: If you have information on illness or deaths of any of our Saddlebag friends , please let me know. Call me at 863-455-9252 or my Verizon cell at 701-240-8233.
Please remember our Saddlebag friends with prayers, cards and phone calls.
Sunshine Chairperson-455-9252 or 701-240-8233
And now for the Good News:
Leaving: Lannie Thomas
Announcements:Our lake level this week is 99 feet 4 and ½ inches.
Directories:Available from John Goodwin. $2.00 per copy and they are orange in color.
Can Tabs:Joan Hannon is still collecting can tabs, which are then donated to Ronald McDonald House.
Current Issues:For those of you up North that really want to know what is happening down here: Login to Saddlebaglakeresort.net.. Also, remember the new Website. Slresort.net.
Pinochile:Thursdays at 1:30 PM in the Memorial Hall. Contact Madeline for more information.
Potlucks:Fridays at 5PM, 6 PM is Nickle-Nickle.
Post Office:Monday-Saturday, 11AM-12AM
Name Tag:Please wear it if you have one.
Emergencies:Call 911. Also, call 863-604-4321. This number gets you to our security personnel. This is a cell phone number. The number is also prominently displayed on the front cover of the directory.
Email me if you have any further questions! Or comments!
Nancy Balch 696 1219 Ladynan48@gmail.com
Lori Garcia 696 3245 29 Silversides (Cruise
Managers' Report:Good Morning, I hope you have all had a great Weekend.
I've had a fair number of pet related complaints recently so I'd like to review some pet policies. Pets must remain under control at all times when outside of the owners home. This means they must be leashed and supervised. The only place in SLR pets can be unleashed outside is at the dog run. Pets are not allowed in the common buildings. Only under emergency conditions are kenneled animals allowed into the emergency shelters. If you are leaving a pet at home alone please make sure it is secured with enough food and water, and if leaving them for an extended amount of time please arrange for a caretaker.
I know I've spoken about this last week, but with the fire over the weekend I feel it's worth repeating.
Polk County is currently under a burn ban. You can view the specifics of the ban at our website slresort.net, or contact the local fire department
· The burn ban includes, but not limited to:
3. Unpermitted controlled burns
4. Burning of yard and household trash
5. Burning of construction debris
6. Burning of organic debris
7. Igniting of fireworks
8. Noncommercial burning of material other than for religious or ceremonial purposes which is not contained in a barbecue grill or barbecue pit and the total fuel area does not exceed 3 feet in diameter and 2 feet in height.
For more specific questions please call the local fire department at (863) 678-4017.
Thank you and have a Great week!
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