SLR Koffee Klatch Newsletter
September 25, 2006
Probably the Last Newsletter for 2006
Master of Ceremonies: Ed Weirauch
Coffee & Donuts: Jack & Jane Ding
SADDLEBAG SUNSHINE REPORT
September 25, 2006
Death(s): Flo Vaughn passed away on Wednesday, September 20th. The funeral was Sunday, 9/24 in Avon, Ohio.
Sickness and/or Distress:
Racie Lewis, Kenny Lewis' mother and a former resident, is in a nursing home in PA. She had a pace maker put in and was not doing too well. Cards may be sent to: Mrs. Racie Lewis, Room 1268, Quaker Town Center, 1020 So. Main St., Quaker Town, PA, 18951.
Bob Howell's cancer has spread to his lymph glands, so they changed his chemo, which is a hard thing to work into their routine. Cards may be sent to Bob at 1235 Cedarwood Dr., Brighton, MI 48116-6785.
Roger Brackett had a benign tumor removed from in front of his ear in the vicinity of his carotid artery. He said he is feeling fairly well. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Roland Morgan is home now following extensive back surgery and physical therapy. He is still in a lot of pain and his legs are very week. Morgan is in a wheelchair most of the time and a therapist comes in three times a week towork with him and get him up in a walker for a while. Cards may be sent to him at the northern address in the directory.
Sue and Dick Beagle's two year old grandson, Andrew Dubravcak, is back in the hospital with serious reaction to mosquito or some other bug bite.
Carroll Lakotich is out of the hospital and receiving physical therapy for the new knee replacement. The infection that had developed from the original knee replacement seems to be resolved. Steve and Carroll plan to return to Saddlebag the second week in October. Cards may be sent to the northern address in the directory.
Emma Aumock is home from the hospital recuperating from pneumonia.
Ken Jackson had a stroke and his right arm is affected. Additionally, the doctors discovered a hole in his heart he has had since childhood. He will see a cardiologist as soon as he can get an appointment. Cards may be sent to the local address in the directory.
Phyllis Seely is in Winter Haven Hospital with a bowel obstruction. She will there for a few days while the doctors try to resolve the problem with medication. If that is not effective, she will need surgery. Cards may be sent to Phyllis at the local address in the directory, or to Winter Haven Hospital, room 452.
Emagene and Bob Howell wish to thank everyone for the lovely assortment of anniversary cards, “thinking of you" and “well wishes" they received. As Emagene said “YOU are a great group of friends. Saddlebag is a great place and once again you have proved that. If things were different, we would still be there".
Please remember our Saddlebag friends with prayers, cards and phone calls.
Saddlebag Sunshine Gal
And now for the Good News:
Birthdays: Thelma Boss, Sally Knapton, Darrell Slagle
Leaving: Art & Barbara Marksbury
Returning: Nathalie Maggard, Madeline Conway
Guests: Madeline Conway's daughter and son-in-law
New Owners: None
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.
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. Also, classes start Oct. 5 at 10:30 AM.
New Yellow Directories are now available from Greta Dain for the nominal sum of $1.00.
Oct. 25, 8AM, Flu and or Pneumonia Shots will be available in the Clubhouse, contact Dick or Greta Dain.
Oct. 27 between the hours of 8AM and 12 noon the Bloodmobile will be here. Call Dick or Greta Dain.
Mulch is available, next to the memorial gardens, for a limited time only.
Thanks to the Summer Committee for buying new letters for the sign board. The old ones had yellowed due to the weather.
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.