SLR Koffee Klatch Newsletter
September 18, 2006
Master of Ceremonies: Ed Weirauch
Coffee & Donuts: Jack & Jane Ding
SADDLEBAG SUNSHINE REPORT
September 18, 2006
Sickness and/or Distress:
Emma Aumock, of Blue Quill Circle, was admitted to Lake Wales hospital Saturday morning with pneumonia. Cards may be sent to her at the local address in the directory.
Carl Shimp, Mary Lou and Dick's son had his surgery last week for sympathetic nerve syndrome. The surgery was successful. Carl is in a lot of pain from the incision through his stomach to remove the affected nerve in the spine. However, he has no pain now from the sympathetic nerve syndrome.
Jeanette Montross, is having surgery this morning (Monday, September 18th) to remove her bladder as well as some lymph nodes. There is some concern as to whether the surgeon can save her left kidney. Cards may be sent to Jeanette and Daniel at the Canadian address in the directory. Remember, postage to Canada is 63 cents.
Joyce Muller is home and doing well following hip replacement in June.
Bud Wiemier's legs are much better. He is walking almost normally now.
Doris Berle had a pacemaker put in last week. She is home and doing well.
Jeff Katenkamp is home from the hospital but his legs are so weak he need two people to him out of bed to the wheelchair. He was anxious to get home. Prayers are requested.
We received a nice thank you card from Jim Harlan for the cards he received when he broke his ankle.
We also received a thank you card from Mildred and Carol Haines for the many cards they received following the death of Henry.
Please remember our Saddlebag friends with prayers, cards and phone calls.
Saddlebag Sunshine Gal
And now for the Good News:
Birthdays: Bev Rindt
Returning Owners: A number of people. I couldn't get all their names. Sorry.
New Owners: None
Water level this morning is103' = “, down > “ from last week.
Please go to http://www.lakewaleswireless.com/, then click on LINKS, and then click on Saddlebag Lake Resort for a better explanation of the water levels. Information not in this newsletter, can be found at the website.
If you are in residence, you need to call the office and make an appointment to get your Bar Codes installed for entrance to SLR.
The library is now open on Monday & Thursdays from 10-12 PM. The computer room can also be accessed at this time by signing a sign-in sheet, as library personnel have a key to the room.
Marilyn Storm, 29 Blue Quill, writes that Granny's Attic is now open on Tuesdays from 12 noon to 2PM. The closet is next to the lending locker.
Fran Mott now has the keys to the Lending Locker.
This Friday there will be a potluck at 5PM, with drinks at 4PM. Everyone is invited. These will continue until Bingo starts, which will be October 31st.
Sue Boorom has signup sheets posted in the poolroom for anyone interested in taking one of the many trips the travel agency has scheduled. Call her at 696-2774 for more information.
The garden club will meet at the clubhouse tomorrow at 7AM.
Line Dancing: Starts today at 1PM, led by Joan Hannon.
Computer Club: (CHUG) has 1 complete system, numerous monitors, printers, scanners and accessories available, free, if you need any of these items. Contact Bob T. at 696-0005 for more information.
Until next week, Best Wishes, and God Bless. Anyone having any comments, observations, or email address changes, please contact Bob Trombley at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Russ Sauer at email@example.com.