SLR Koffee Klatch
September 24, 2007
Coffee and donuts: Our Thanks to Dick & Greta Dain for the preparation.
Master of Ceremonies: Ed Weirauch
Sound: Ed Weirauch
Bill Teetsell is now in the Grove Nursing Home where he is receiving physical therapy. Elaine said he seems to be walking a little better with a walker. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
John Larkin suffered a stroke and was taken to a hospital in Cortland, N.Y. Cards may be sent to him at the northern address in the directory.
Janice Todosciuk is not doing very well. She had serious heart surgery involving multiple problems this past summer. Janice receives medication intravenously every Wednesday. This week her color seemed a little better. She needs our prayers. Cards may be sent to her at the northern address in the directory.
Al Luchenbill is out of the hospital now. He was taken in with an extremely high heart rate. Donna is not well. She has an ear infection that, according to her doctor, will take a few months before her hearing is restored to normal.
Sally Knapton's knee gave out on her this past week and she fell in her home. Fortunately nothing was broken, but she does have a few bruises. She saw her doctor on Friday and he gave her an injection in her knee. Sally is feeling better now.
Sam Sturms got an "all OK" from his doctor. He will see him every three months for a check up. Sam and Bobbie want to thank all the Saddlebaggers who sent so many cards and prayers. They plan on returning to Saddlebag the end of October.
Al Foley is home from Lake Wales Hospital. He was admitted with an apparent heart problem. It turned out to be low blood sugar. He has a lab appointment on Wednesday.
Jaye Wright is also home from Lake Wales Hospital. She was admitted for extreme dizziness. She is being treated for a urinary tract infection.
Ed Angrist had a stent put in last week. He is home and doing very well.
Dayton Lohr had a stroke. His wife Mildred (Mim) had open heart surgery, is home and doing well. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Please remember our Saddlebag friends with prayers, cards and phone calls.
Saddlebag Sunshine Gal
And now for the Good News:
Birthdays: Mary Ann King, Sally Knapton, Darrell Slagle, and Thelma Boss
Returned: A number of people.
Leaving: Bob and Ursula Burns for 2 weeks
Guests/Visitors: Lorraine Kobierecki's sister Irene from California.
New Owners: None
The water level this morning is 100' 1 3/4 inches which is 3/4", less than last week. We got very little rain last week. Everyone keep in mind that our water level should be about 102' above sea level, so it is imperative we keep getting some rain.
Campbell Soup labels are still being collected by Lorraine Kobierecki. She is at 5 Beaverkill.
Stop signs have been installed at the 2 intersections of Silversides and the Trail. Be aware that they are there and act accordingly.
We have a new Website, which is still under construction. If you have any suggestions as to what you would like to be included on the Website, please let me know. I will pass on the information. Also, for those of us who have a hard time reading small print, when you click on the Koffee Klatch (here) line it brings up the current report. To make the print the size you would like, just press and hold the Ctrl key down and press the Plus sign. http://www.saddlebaglakeresort.net is the site location. Check it out.
The new Saddlebag Lake Resort Directory is now available from Dot Lynch or Greta Dain. They are in the directory. Dot Lynch says she will even deliver to your house if there is a need. These are an orange color. Cost is still $1.00.
SLR Women's Club: An Old Fashioned Bridal Show will be held on February 1st of 2008. Don't forget to bring your gown or your mothers or your daughters or a friend's bridal outfit. You can wear it, someone else can wear it, or it can be hung on a hanger. That's an old Fashion Bridal Show in February 2008.
SLR Womens Club is Putting on the Glitz at their January 4 th, 2008 Meeting. Erna Friesen, Chairwoman would like to remind all the ladies to look for jewelry, shoes, purses, and clothing to wear for this meeting. Any extra glitzy jewelry can be loaned to the decorations committee and would be returned.
Barry & Doreen Heaman want to remind everyone, that if you have a musical instrument, to bring it along with you when you come back. It will be very useful during Mardi gras at our Fun Day in 2008.
Grannies Attic is now open on Mondays from 9:30AM-3:30PM for donations of new and used items.
Minnie Pearls: October 10 at 12 noon. Monthly Luncheon at Oakwood. $9.00 includes tax and tip. Contact Carol Moore for more information. She is in the Directory. Last day to secure a reservation is Oct 3
Marlene Kopp said that the Garden Club will be at the Memorial Gardens tomorrow at 7:30AM. Call her if you have any questions. She is in the Directory.
Mens' Club: Meeting next Monday at 2:30PM.
Grant Party: October 6 at 6:30PM. Ice Cream Social, Music and it is all free.There is seating for only 200 people. Contact Joan Hannon or Joan Hartshorn to get your tickets. They are in the Directory.
Water Inspection tomorrow -- Low water pressure possible -- No doing any laundry.
The new Overhang was installed this morning on the back of the Clubhouse by Rogers Construction.
St. Leo Catholic Church is having an Octoberfest on October 13 from 4:30 -- 6PM. More Information is on the Bulletin Board in the Clubhouse.
This will be the last KK Newsletter till next May. Next Monday the regular Saddlebag Express will be available in the clubhouse for those who are here, otherwise they will be mailed to you by snail mail.
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 or Russ Sauer at firstname.lastname@example.org.