SLR Koffee Klatch Newsletter
September 7, 2009
Coffee and donuts: Dick and Greta Dain
Master of Ceremonies: Ed Weirauch
Sound: Ed Weirauch
Erla Broich's mother died. Cards may be sent to Erla at the northern address in the directory.
Elaine Teetsell is in Winter Haven Hospital for an angiogram. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Karen Canankamp came home this past Friday following a mini stroke. She is now receiving treatment for the lung cancer. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Ralph Mariano, of Royal Coachman, had a total knee replacement. He will be 90 years old in November and is looking forward to recovery so he can go fishing when he gets back to Saddlebag. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Emma Lou Ashley has had shingles for the past month. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Lois Detenbeck still has shingles. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Steve Stinespring is still doctoring for shingles. He thanks the many Saddlebaggers who sent cards.
Please remember our Saddlebag friends with prayers, cards and phone calls.
Saddlebag Sunshine Lady
696-1111 email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
And now for the Good News:
Birthdays: Charlie Ronchetti, Last Week
Returned: Lorraine Kobierecki, Daryl Slagle
New Owners: None
Our water level this morning is 100 feet and 5ft and 3/4 inches. Last Week our water level was 99'7.
There will be a potluck on September 7. Happy Hour 4PM, Dinner at 5. Contact Madeline Conway, 696-1922, for more information. Bring your eating utencils, a generous dish, and your drinks.
The next edition of the Saddlebag Express is October. The deadline for getting information in is September 14. Get your articles to Sue Beagle, 696-1035, or drop them off at her house.
Grannies Attic is open on Mondays from 9:30AM to 4PM. Please donate only items in clean working condition that you might purchase yourself. Thank you for your support from your committee and the crew.
Upcoming Day Trips planned through C&D Tours
Ellenton Outlets and Pizza and Pipes! Don't miss out on this day of fun and shopping! Includes discount sheet offering 10% discount at most stores, motor coach transportation and driver gratuities.
Southern Women's Conference (Orlando) A day made exclusively for women! Savvy shopping, creative cooking ideas, healthy lifestyle tips, trendy fashion shows, celebrity guests and much more. Lunch @ Sweet Tomatoes (on your own) before heading to the conference. $37.00 per Person
January 10 -- 17th!!! Don't forget to sign up for a wonderful cruise to the Western Caribbean! Don't miss out on this great time to cruise, relax and enjoy the good company of your fellow Saddlebaggers!
For any of the above contact Nancy Balch or for the day trips:
Contact: Cynthia Hartline; 863 632 0360
And for the cruise contact:
Bonnie Clegg @ Small World Tours: 863 420 0156 Ext.113
Anyone interested in a trip to Brighton? Bingo and /or casino?
I have posted sign up sheets and a list of possible shows, trips etc. on the Travel Bulletin Board in the Club House.
Health Dept: The Polk County Health Dept will be here on September 29th. They will be giving flu shots. At the present time, the flu shots do not include the swine flu shot. Contact Dick Dain at 696-1141 for more information. You must make an appointment with Greta Dain for a day and time. The Polk County Health Dept will call to confirm your insurance carrier.
Library: The library is open on Monday's right after Koffee Klatch.
SLR Community Church: This Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 6PM, there will be a potluck in the clubhouse. Bring your eating utencils, a generous dish. Iced tea and lemonade will be available.
Tab Tops: Dale Calhoun wants to remind everyone to save your tabs from your beer or soda cans as these can then be turned into the Ronald McDonald House charity. If you save them, bring them south with you.
Entrance Gate: The Office is asking everyone that has a Bar Code attached to your vehicle, to call the office. Give them your stump number and the number of the bar code. Phone 863-696-2407. New computer software has been installed and all of the numbers have to be put back into the system. You can do it now or wait until you get back, but you will not like doing it when you get back because you will have to go into the office before you will be let in. Please be patient, as I expect the office phone to be busy a lot of the time due to this notice. This is also on the website(www.saddlebaglakeresort.net), under current issues.
Pictorial Directory: The directories are now available for pickup at the Woodruff Residence, 4 Queen of Waters or call 696-1053. This was well done. It has a hard cover. $10.00 per copy.
High Speed Internet Access: We are still waiting on AT and T to install a 3G transmitter on the phone tower out front. Other than that, LWW is still operating here.
Stump Paint: Anyone wishing to paint their stump contact Robert Douskey, 109 Saddlebag Trail, 863-221-1319. He has the paint, not the labor.
The ladies are playing dominoes on Wednesdays at 1PM in the annex. Everyone is welcome.
Pool: The latest word, the pool is closed until such time as repairs are completed. The local YMCA has given Saddlebaggers a special deal to use their facilities with pool. For $30 per family or $20 per single you will be issued a special Saddlebagger card with an expiration date of 9/30. This is a very nice outdoor pool. The YMCA is located just down the street from Bok Tower.
Directories: The new SLR directories are now available. The cost is still $1.00. Contact Dot Lynch at 696-1418 to get your copy. She will also deliver if needed.
This newsletter is intended to inform everyone with an email address about what is happening here in SLR during the summer. If you know of someone who is not receiving this newsletter, it can still be read on the website: http://saddlebaglakeresort.net. On the left hand side of the screen, click on Koffee Klatch, the latest newsletter will be on the screen. All of the past newsletters will also be there. Just click on the date you want to read.
Until next week: Best Wishes, and God Bless. Anyone having any comments, observations, or email address changes, please email Bob Trombley at email@example.com.