EMAILER MESSAGES – OCTOBER 12, 2019

CLASSIFIED ADS – UP AND RUNNING

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PROBLEM 1 WITH COMCAST – HIDDEN FEES, AND NOW WE HAVE PROBLEM 2 WITH COMCAST – WHAT THEY ARE DOING ABOUT OUR LOSING CINEMAX

 

It seems like it never ends with Comcast.  The Hidden Fees issue, continues, but now we have an issue on how they are treating (or mistreating) those customers who signed up for Triple Play that included Showtime, Cinemax and HBO.  Simply stated, they took away Cinemax and substituted HITZ and then told us that if we want Cinemax back, it will cost us $12 more.  They claim they have the right to do this.  Who knows, next week, maybe they will delete Showtime and HBO and substitute something and they would then charge us $12 more if we wanted Showtime and HBO.  WHAT WAS THE PURPOSE OF OUR SIGNING A CONTRACT INDICATING WE WILL HAVE THESE 3 CHANNELS IF THEY CAN TAKE IT AWAY FROM US AND SUBSTITUTE SOMETHING ELSE.  THEN THEY CHARGE US FOR WHAT WE ORIGINALLY ORDERED.  Again, they claim it is written in their contract that they have the right to substitute channels.  Another hidden issue.  

If you read some of the emails I have received when a resident called Comcast, you will say, no, this isn’t possible.  Comcast says one thing to some residents and another, completely opposite thing, to other customers.  So I guess you have to be lucky when you speak with certain customer service representatives from Comcast 

To make this easier for me and for you to see what is going on, I am going to print some of the emails I received.  No names or email addresses will be mentioned unless it is a name of a Comcast agent. 

So, it all begins with a resident contacting me with the following email 

  1. “I attempted to watch a show on Cinemax which was part of my two year contract. I was informed by the TV that I did not have the service and would have to sign up for that station. I called up customer service (India) and was informed that channel was dropped from my service in July. I am now getting a credit of $24 on my next bill or $12 a month.” 
  1. So, the same thing happened to me (Ron) and I called customer service. She said HITZ took the place of Cinemax.  I told her I don’t want HITZ and I signed up for Showtime, HBO and Cinemax and if you don’t have Cinemax, I want a refund.  So she said, she will give me a $12 refund starting July 1 and it will continue until the end of my agreement. So naturally I wanted to let our community know what is going on and I sent out an email.  Many calls were made by residents and many different responses from Comcast took place. 
  1. Here is another email: “FYI had a phone conversation today with Comcast re: Cinemax. To say it started as a confrontation as they would not issue any credits, it ended up with the issuance of 6 months worth  of credit “as a gesture of good faith”. As always thank you for all your input regarding Comcast and all the other items you bring forth to the residents of Regency.” 
  1. “So, I called COMCAST to get my $12 monthly credit for the loss of Cinemax, and just as I expected, was told, first by a CSR and then by her Supervisor, that I was not entitled to a credit for the loss of Cinemax. They said that our agreement states that they have the right, and frequently do, change the channel lineups and so long as they provide a compensating service, there is no adjustment in their pricing.” 
  1. “ Just spoke to Sebastian at Comcast, he said there were never packages that included Cinemax. He then offered us HBO for $10. Month in lieu of $15. For the whole year. What is going on?”

(NOTE:  NOW THIS IS ?????????  NO PACKAGES HAD CINEMAX?  I GUESS THEY FORGOT TO TELL SEBASTIAN THAT THERE WERE PACKAGES THAT HAD CINEMAX) 

  1. “ I’ve tried twice to get the credit with no luck. I plan to try again later today. They claim no one is getting credit. Both agents as much as called me a liar when I told them I know of people who received the credit.” 
  1. “I called Comcast re: Cinemax 

They refused twice to reduce my bill    First rep  (supervisor) said she would put Cinemax on my acct and give it to me for two months free, then I would need to remember to call and call and cancel. I turned her down. 

I called again and this time they gave me a flat $72.00 credit   

I accepted that but told him that it still wasn’t correct what they were doing. They wouldn’t look up another persons’ bill.” 

  1. “I CHECKED WITH COMCAST AND THEY INDICATE “CINEMAX WAS REPLACED WITH “HITZ”. NO CREDIT CAN BE ISSUED.” 
  1. “Amazing! You can talk to 3 different agents and get 3 different stories.” 
  1. I called back and was disconnected!!! I called back yet again and they agreed to give me a credit for 3 months.  So, I’ll be seeing a credit of $36+ on my next bill.  The credit will not be monthly.  They replaced cinemax with something called Hits, another movie channel.  I will not be paying extra for it since it is now on their lineup.  At least I got something.  
  1. “I called Comcast and they said they replaced Cinemax  with “Hits” and under the contract we all signed they are permitted to do that and not rebate the customer. 

The price for Cinemax  for those that chose this  package was $12/month which is incorporated in the cost of the Triple Play package. If you want Cinemax back, which would now be an option, they will charge you an additional $12/month which really is a scam. 

They offered me Cinemax for two months free and reduced by bill by $12/month for ONLY two months. After two months I no longer have Cinamax and my bill reverts back to what I am presently paying. 

I think these 11 emails (I have plenty more) will show everyone that when you sign a contract, they can change the contract by taking out what you ordered and substituting something else and then asking you to pay $12 for what was originally.  This is beyond ridiculous.  What’s the purpose of signing a contract if they can take out one item, substitute another item and then ask you to pay $12 a month more for the item you originally had under contract? 

I asked Mayor Tamburro and our three Legislators to get involved with Comcast and the Hidden Fees.  Now they MUST get involved with this because it not only affects Regency residents who have contracted with Comcast to have Cinemax, but it affects ALL RESIDENTS THROUGHOUT MONROE TOWNSHIP AND NEW JERSEY.  The BPU and Consumer Affairs Agency’s of NJ were advised about the hidden fees.  Our legislators must advise these Agency’s that another issue now exists. 

I will wait a few weeks to see what our Mayor and Legislators do.  I will wait the same amount of time to see what our State Agency’s will do. 

 I had respectfully requested to the Mayor that I join the Mayor’s Senior Advisory Committee.  I was a member under Mayor Pucci and we discussed things like this and other things like cost savings.  His committee is made up of HOA Board members from the various adult communities but sometimes you may need a resident who deals with issues other than HOA issues.  If the decision is just to have HOA members on the committee, then I will form a committee on my own called the MONROE TWP. ADULT COMMUNITY COMMUNICATIONS COMMITTEE.  We have 13 adult communities in Monroe Township with over 11,000 homes.  Having two representatives (Board or no Board members – it makes no difference), from each community, we can then start sharing some of our positive programs we all may have.   Years ago we got involved with developing a Purchasing Committee because having 11,000 homes would give us the POWER to get much better prices on various things we all use.  In fact, we even had members from other Townships get involved and serve on the committee 

In summary here’s what Comcast told our residents: 

  1. You will not receive any credit or rebate for our dropping Cinemax
  2. We have the contractual right to drop any channel and substitute any other channel
  3. If you want Cinemax you will pay $12 more (this was stated to customers who had Cinemax under the $149 contract)
  4. We will give you $24 credit for July and August only
  5. We will give you a $12 credit starting July 1 and ending when your 2 year contract ends
  6. We will give you 3 months credit ($36)
  7. We will give you 6 months credit ($72)
  8. We will give you two months free for Cinemax and reduce your bill by $12 for two months only 

NOW LOOK AT WHAT COMCAST/XFINITY OFFERS ON THE INTERNET (WHICH INCLUDES CINEMAX).  HERE IS THE LINK TO THEIR WEBSITE  http://tripleplaybundle.com/comcast-xfinity/ 

Now, can someone show me on their website that when they offer the package below that they are saying they have the right to change any channel?   Where are the fees for Regional Sports and Broadcast fees?  Shouldn’t this also be included? 

X1 Premier Triple Play (Best Deal)     

HD TV, Internet & Voice. Unlimited talk/text. Streampix®. X1 DVR Platform. Blast Pro speeds. 24/7 sports coverage.

TMC, HBO, SHOWTIME, CINEMAX, STARZ. $100 Visa Prepaid Card             

260+ digital channels 400 Mbps         $159.99

We paid $149 for this package but it didn’t include a $100 Visa Prepaid Card.  I really feel sorry for those individuals who take out the above package to learn maybe months later that they will no longer have Cinemax and when they look at their bill, they will find approximately $17 more in hidden fees. 

By the way, the internet now has many articles dealing with Comcast customers who are also upset with what Comcast is doing with Cinemax.  One person told me that this seems similar to a “BAIT AND SWITCH”.

Ron

SNOWBIRD OR SEASONAL RATES  AND HOW TO SAVE $$$

I asked a friend of mine who lives in Encore what he does when he leaves for the winter.  I know that many of you won’t be able or won’t want to do what he does but if you do you can save some money.

Here is his message to me:

I am told every year we do not have snowbird rates in Monroe, which I think is also called seasonal rates, which Comcast use to offer.

Seasonal rates with Comcast in New Jersey are for people who live at the shore and use Comcast only in the summer months.

If people want to be a little inconvenient they can return all cable boxes and DVR boxes and turn service to basic service and also turn off internet and also take call forwarding and other things off the phone. That’s what I do. I save approximately $100.00 per month.

When I return from Florida I go to pick up new boxes and turn TV, Internet and phone back to full service. But like I said, it takes a little work.

I also turn the plates back to motor vehicle and cancel insurance on the car the car I leave home. (I leave minimum on car in case stolen) another $100/mo saved. When I get back I need to also go back to DMV and pick up new plates about which is about $35 to re-register the car.

 

A NEW REGENCY CLUB – IAC – INDIAN AMERICAN CLUB

 

I am writing this email on behalf of IAC – Indian American Club being started at RAM.

 

During the last few months, we had group meetings to discuss starting of IAC . All residents of RAM are welcome to join IAC!
Subsequently, the Core Group consisting of: Mr. Prem Gupta, Mr. Sat Khurana, Mr. Bharat Doshi, Mrs. Pushpa Agarwal and Mr. Anil Shah have been making preparations for the General Meeting to be held on November 20, 2019 at 7:00 PM.  
On behalf of the Core Group, I am requesting each of you to please include NEWS in the next publication/s and email notifications generally as per the attached sheet (The flier is being designed and it will be available for general distribution at the Club House very shortly). 
We are also requesting your kind co-operation and assistance to help us ensure success of this worthy cause. 
Please do not hesitate to contact me by email or calling my Cell # 516-658-1693 if you have any questions or need further clarifications. If necessary, our Core Group will be happy to meet with you. 
PS: Special thanks to Patty for her assistance to Mrs. Pushpa Agarwal. I am also requesting you to please forward this email request to Mr. Ron Post (I am out of town and I can not find his email address).
With sincere thanks & kind regards,
Anil M. Shah (for IAC).
Cell #: 516-658-1693
email for IAC: IACRegency@gmail.com

CLICK ON LINK TO OPEN MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

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WOMEN’S GROUP – BINGO IS BACK

Bingo is back, Monday, Nov. 11th at 7pm. Open to all.

$15 for 10 games. Cash prizes, snacks served.

RSVP to Elaine Robin beginning Oct. 15th and no later than Nov. 1st. Open seating but signup for tables of 10 or 12.

JULIET HOLIDAY LUNCHEON  –  SAVE THE DATE 

DATE:    DECEMBER 17th  (Tuesday)
TIME:    12:30 
PLACE:    NONNA’S CUCINA RESTAURANT
                190 ROUTE 9 NORTH
                ENGLISHTOWN NJ  07726
                732-536-9050
Hi Juliets,
I am sending out an early notice for the JULIETS HOLIDAY LUNCHEON so that I can determine how big of a room I will need for that day.  We are growing, so I want to make sure we have enough room.  I will be sending out another e-mail with the menu and the total cost (favors, holiday plants, raffles, etc.) I hope to see all my Juliets join in. Thank you.
TEL. #:    732-605-1309
E-MAIL:    mtmy4boys@aol.com
RSVP:   ASAP

THIS DOG LOOKS EXACTLY LIKE A DOG WE  ONCE OWNED.

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I can just eat this dog up alive.  What am I saying?  Well what you are looking at is not a real dog, it is a cake.

AUTISM SPEAKS

Dear Family and Friends,

Our family is walking to raise money for Autism Speaks, the nation’s largest group for autism research and awareness.

 This year’s walk will take place on Sunday, October 13th,2019 at Arm & Hammer Park, Trenton, NJ.

There is food/activities starting at 9 am and the walk begins promptly at 10:30 am.

Post Walk activities will be available until 12:30.

We would be happy to have you join us.

We are raising money through donations. Since the organization began in 1999, millions have been collected and thousands of walkers are part of the event.

Please help solve the puzzle of Autism.

DONATING ONLINE

Click on the link below

http://act.autismspeaks.org/goto/Thekollerfamily

Then click the   button          ( scroll down to donate to the team)

The donations go a long way in funding Autism research and helping out families in need.

Just a few stats:
Autism affects about 1 in 68 children and costs the average family about $60,000 a year.

Any small donation goes a long way.

Here is the link again.

http://act.autismspeaks.org/goto/TheKollerFamily

Then click the Donate to the Team button

Thank you, The Koller Family

Karen, Dov, Matthew, Jonathan, Philip, Jocelyn.

REGENCY POKER CLUB MESSAGE

Following the success of our first tournament, The Regency Poker Club will be holding a Texas Hold’em Tournament on November 13th at 6:30. The buy-in is $100. All money collected, minus expenses for professional dealers and tables, will be distributed as prizes. If you would like to play, please complete the attached form. All players must be members of the club.

CLICK ON LINK FOR TOURNAMENT APPLICATION

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CLICK ON LINK FOR MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

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NEW VENDOR LIST JUST ADDED – OCTOBER 2019

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OUR FIRE TRUCK GOING ON A CALL

Our Fire Commissioner, Joel Kaplan, sent me this video of one of our fire trucks going on a call.  I was looking to see if Joel was on the truck but someone has to stay back to answer other calls.  Joel volunteered! (just kidding)

FIRE TRUCK

NOTE:  This fire truck is dedicated to New York City Firefighter Alan D Feinberg who perished September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center. He was the husband of Wendy Feinberg Kotula, a resident of Regency. Every time it responds to a fire alarm his memory is riding along with the firefighters and the truck. Fire Commissioners District 3

 

A MESSAGE FROM MONROE TOWNSHIP FIRE DISTRICT 3

STARTING OCTOBER 1 THROUGH DECEMBER 31ST WE WILL BE REPLACING THE BATTERIES IN YOUR SMOKE AND CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS. PLEASE HAVE THE PROPER BATTERIES, USUALLY 9 VOLT.

YOU CAN CALL US AT 732-521-3498  EXT. 4.

THANK YOU.

FIRE COMMISSIONERS JOEL KAPLAN , GERALD KAPLAN , JIM FISHER

NOTE: 

IF YOUR SMOKE OR CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS ARE MORE THAN 8 YEARS OLD, YOU NEED THEM REPLACED.

 

CHARITY/KNITTING/CROCHETING GROUP

We will be meeting just one time this month on Wednesday, October 23 at 1:00 in the clubhouse lobby.

All are welcome to attend. Questions? Contact Joan at joaniek22@verizon.net or 732-521-8381.

 

NEW VENDORS

We are pleased to welcome to following new vendors to our CVL:

EAST COAST STEAM, LLC
listed under – Tile/Grout/Brick etc and Carpet/Floor/Tile Cleaners

BARBARA’S COOKIE PIES, LLC
listed under – Bakery [customized & personalized] and Specialty Services

JL MOLDING DESIGN
listed under – Cabinets/Moldings/Bookcases

CIRCLE HEATING & COOLING, LLC
listed under – Air Conditioning & Heating

Thanks for supporting our CVL!

Rich

NOTE:  AS ALWAYS MANY THANKS TO  OUR “VENDORMAN”, RICH STRUG, FOR MAINTAINING THIS LIST.  MANY RESIDENTS USE THIS LIST TO FIND VENDORS THEY NEED.

 

LET’S TALK TURKEY 2019

 

While still enjoying the last days of summer, The Regency Culture Club is looking ahead to fall. We are gearing up for our annual Ten for Turkey Drive. As the holidays draw near, turkeys will be absent from many households.

The Regency Culture Club supports our community by assisting the Monroe Township Office on Aging Holiday Food Basket Drive.  We are once again turning to our friends and neighbors and requesting each household makes a minimum donation of $10.00 so that we can put a turkey on the table to complete the holiday picture for many township families. 

One turkey goes a long way in providing a number of meals.  And the bones, oh those bones make a great soup.Your generosity over the past 15 years that we have been collecting Ten for Turkeys is much appreciated.  Your support is urgently needed once again.  Help make a difference in the lives of our township neighbors in need.

Please make your checks payable to the Regency Culture Club and leave them in the mailbox of Milt & Sue Paris at 25 Crenshaw Ct, Ken & Joan Kastin 10 Harbor Town Way, Sue Miller 19 Torrey Pines, Barry & Laura Shandler 10 Hogan , Marsha Krane 16 Country Club Drive, Jim & Sue Graham 13 Ballybunion, Marge Weinberg 17 Tamarack Road,  Sandy and Larry Cains  94 Kings Mill Road. For more information call 732.605.1808

 

Regency Women’s Group Invites You To:

B I N G O

 

Fun-Filled Evening–Open to Everyone!

Open Seating.**Tables of 12 will have dark colored tablecloths.**

Table reservations for 10 or 12 only!  The first name on the list will be the contact person.  List all names on the back of flyer with check numbers and phone numbers!

Monday, November 11th, 7 p.m.

In the spirit of “Thanksgiving,” please bring a donation for children from pre-k-5th grade of hats, zippered hoodies, gloves, warm socks, and boots. Underwear items only for pre-k-3rd grade.  All articles will be donated to the Jamesburg schools.

50/50 Donation to the Monroe Food Pantry.

Great Prizes–Dessert & Coffee

We will be selling Bingo daubers at the door for $1.

 

RSVP BEGINNING OCT. 15TH AND NO LATER THAN NOV. 1st!

TO: Elaine Robin 127 Country Club Drive

ONLY ONE PERSON PER CHECK WILL BE ACCEPTED!

 

Name__________________________Phone #__________Check #___

Checks payable to Regency Women’s Group–$15 for 10 games

(Nonrefundable)

 

All Entry Tickets Must Be Paid In Advance–No Checks or Cash Collected at Door for Attendance

 

 

THE HERB ZUKERBERG

“YIDDISH CLUB OF REGENCY”

Presents

Breakfast Program Serving Bagels and Lox 

Featuring the very versatile  musician                                                                       

“TUVIA” 

Sunday, November 17 2019 at 10AM

Entertainment & Breakfast — $18 per Person 

Program in English, of course

No Admission at the Door 

No Reservations Accepted After November 8th  

If you have a complete table, please submit with

all checks.  If not, we will gladly arrange one for you. 

Checks Payable to: Regency Yiddish Club

 

   NAME: _______________________________________________

 

   Number of People: ____________

 

   Richard Lans              87 Beth Page Drive         732-605-1828

Renea Zukerberg         21 Country Club Drive   732-521-0999

 

MEN’S BOOK CLUB

 Men’s Book Club meeting dates and book selections for those dates:
Below please find an updated list of Men’s Book Club meeting dates, and book selections for those dates:
Nov. 6, 2019:  Sarah’s Key by Tatiana DeRosnay
Dec. 4, 2019:  The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
Jan. 8, 2020:   Behind the Beautiful Forever by Katherine Boo
Feb. 5, 2020:   Rough Riders by Mark Lee Gardner
LOU FLUMEN

MEN’S CLUB MOVIE NIGHT

Movie night is Monday, October 14th. We will dine at City Streets on Rt130 in E Windsor. The suggested films are “Joker’ and ‘”Judy’ Each film is 2 hours. Judy starts at 6:30 and Joker at 7:00. If you need a ride meet at the Clubhouse at 4:30. If you are going directly to City Streets please call Allen Glassman at 917-282-0998

 

 

WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGES

Today is the day! Sign-up for our October 14th Cocktails At Tiffany’s event begins now, with a deadline of September 28. Join us for our elegant evening of foods, music and friends. Catered by Sir Ives. $25pp. RSVP to Elaine Robin with your complete table of 10. A reminder for those attending the Wednesday, September 18th bus trip to Winterthur, that the bus will be leaving at 9:30am. Looking forward to a most special day.

 

MEN’S CLUB CALENDAR – OCTOBER – DECEMBER 2019

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REGENCY WOMEN’S GROUP 

FOREIGN FILM FESTIVAL

 

THIS IS A NEW MOVIE 

THE PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED MOVIE  HAS BEEN CANCELED 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15th at 1 PM

in the Ballroom

Featuring 

“45 YEARS”

Kate (Charlotte Rampling) and Geoff (Tom Courtney) are planning a party to celebrate their 45th wedding anniversary.    However, one week before the celebration a letter arrives for Geoff that the body of his first love, Katya, has been discovered in the ice in the Swiss Alps.   Will there be a marriage to celebrate?  Kate and Geoff did not have any children, but Katya was found to have been pregnant when she died.  Did Geoff really love Kate all these years?  So many thoughts and questions have been  stirred up  in their lives now.  1 hr, 35 mts. 

PAID-UP MEMBERS MAY BRING A SPOUSE OR GUEST   

PLEASE RSVP Joan Blitz 656-4540 or JGDBLITZ@yahoo.com

 

 

MONDAY NIGHT POKER GAME

There are seats available for a private poker game on Monday night at clubhouse .Please let me know if you want in. Details are:

It would be on Monday night October 7th from 6:30-10:30 . The games would be as follows all limit poker dealers choice:

Texas hold em- $3-$6
Omaha ( Hi and Hi/Low 8 or better)- $3-$6
7 Stud ( Hi and Hi/Low 8 or better) – $2,$4, $5
CONTACT:  lennyt123@aol.com

 

   REGENCY REPORTER WINTER MAILING

 If you will be away from Regency during the winter months, and would like to receive the Regency Reporter by mail, it is still available at $2.75 for each month to cover the cost of mailing it to you. Just clearly print your name, winter mailing address, zip code, winter phone number, and the issues that you want to get. So glad to help you “stay connected” ...
Please make your check out to Barbara Bickel
                                                                           Barbara Bickel

REGENCY SINGLES  GROUP

All single residents are welcome! Membership applications are available at the Clubhouse; membership is $30, annually. 
We meet the first Wednesday of each month at the Tennis Pavilion, unless otherwise notified. 
Upcoming Events:
  • We will be having our membership lunch at Ciro’s Ristorante Italiano on Sunday October 6th at 2PM.
For additional information you can contact Dorothy Thomas at 732-521-5063

ALSO:

The Regency Singles Group and the Central/South NJ Region of I Support the Girls, would like to extend our thanks to the entire Regency at Monroe community for its support of our recent donation drive and packing party.

 

Thanks to your generosity, for this month, hundreds of women will not have to worry about how they will be able to purchase these necessary items.

 

You donated 418 bras, 224 panties, 30 pairs of socks, 4850 pads, 1991 tampons and hundreds of toiletries! At our packing party, we were able to bag and label all the bras and pack over 500 cosmetic bags filled with the other items.

 

THANK YOU. You have made a real difference in the lives of the women reached by I Support the Girls.

 

MEN’S CLUB PAID UP MEMBERSHIP BREAKFAST SIR IVES 10/27/19

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 “They wore what??!”

Come see the Fashions of the 18th Century!

 

Program: “18th Century Fashions from 1740s to 1790s”

Date: Wednesday, November 6, 2019

Time: 7pm

Location: Ballroom 1

Cost:  $5.00 per person

The fashions of 18th century from the male and female points of view, including why certain materials were used, what was going on politically, and various influences on fashion and styles.  Costumed presenters interactively showcase men’s and women’s clothing, describing the attire of the elite and the common family, illustrating details and fabrics.

THIS PRESENTATION IS AVAILABLE TO ALL RESIDENTS! COME JOIN US!

The program is a presentation of the Monmouth County Historical Association. Checks should be payable to Regency Singles Group.

Coffee, tea and light refreshments will be served.

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Name__________________________________  Check #_____________

  Phone number____________________________

Please leave a check ($5.00) made out to Regency Singles in lower mailbox of 47 Riviera Drive  by October 25th

 

MEN’S CLUB COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAME – OCTOBER 26TH

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MEN’S CLUB – NJ DEVILS GAME  –  NOVEMBER 13TH

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Regency Women’s Group Invites You To:

Cocktails at Tiffanys

Put on your black dress and pearls girls and join us for wine and an elegant evening  catered by Sir Ives.

Monday, October 14, 7 p.m.

Regency Ballroom

RSVP BEGINNING SEPT. 14 AND NO LATER THAN SEPT. 28

$25 Check payable to Regency Women’s Group 

TO:   Elaine Robin, 127 Country Club Drive, 732-579-2390

***Must be a 2019-2020 Regency Women’s Group Member** 

Women’s Group Member ______________________Phone#______________

**One (1) Table Seating List on the back with ALL phone #’s and check numbers included in the envelope!

REGENCY SINGLES GROUP

 
All single residents are welcome! Membership applications are available at the Clubhouse; membership is $30, annually. 
 
We meet the first Wednesday of each month at the Tennis Pavilion, unless otherwise notified. 
 
Upcoming Events:
  • The Hudson Fall Foliage Cruise is on Saturday October 26, 2019; the bus leaves the Clubhouse at 10:00AM.
  • Our next meeting will be on Wednesday November 6th in Ballroom 1 where we will present an 18th Century Fashion Show by the Monmouth County Historical Association at 7:00PM. The cost is $5.00 per person, ALL RESIDENTS ARE WELCOME!
 
For additional information you can contact Dorothy Thomas at 732-521-5063.

REGENCY BRONX CLUB

The Regency Bronx Club invites all members of the Bronx Club to join us Sunday October 20 at 10am for a fun filled breakfast and lecture by Martin Schneit on the history of the Borsct belt. lets all reminisce on the great hotels and bungalow colonies we went to when we were much younger, films and slides will bring us back to a lost period in history.
Cost $5 pp make out your check to Regency Bronx Club and place in the lower mailbox at 12 Crenshaw court.
Non members of the Bronx Club are welcomed to attend our breakfast for a cost of $10 pp
A breakfast of Bagels and lox will be served along with coffee tea and pastries.

 

 

HELP FIGHT KIDNEY DISEASE

 

This November, I’m joining 85,000 Kidney Walkers from across the country to change the daily lives of millions of people with kidney disease for the better. This cause is serious: 1 in 3 people is at risk for kidney disease. 1 in 9 people have it, but only 10% know it.  

 

As many of you know, my son suffers from kidney disease and 3 years ago received a kidney transplant. He had a relatively short wait for his kidney because my wife was willing to donate her kidney to someone else in order for our son to receive his kidney quickly.  Thanks to the tremendous strides being made in immunosuppresive techology, my son has been able to stay healthy and keep his new kidney functioning normally.  My wife has been living a normal, healthy life since her donation. 

When you donate, you’re powering NKF programs that make a real difference in people’s lives. C’MON! Join me and the National Kidney Foundation as we work together to fight kidney disease.

You can donate on my personal page at the following link: 

http://donate.kidney.org/site/TR/Walk/NKFServingtheNortheast?px=1711789&pg=personal&fr_id=9033

or leave a donation to National Kidney Foundation, below my letterbox at 3 Long Cove Dr. 

Thank you for your support!

Ira Cohen

 

THE HERB ZUKERBURG YIDDISH CLUB 

ANNOUNCEMENT 

2019 SCHEDULED YIDDISH CLUB EVENTS

November 17       10AM Breakfast Program

                                Featured Guest TUVIA

 

SHUFFLEBOARD SCHEDULE:

TUESDAY’S @ 2:00PM SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MORNINGS @ 9:30AM

PLEASE CONTACT GEORGE STEINBERG @ 732-605-9526  I AM LOOKING FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN TO PLAY SHUFFLEBO

HARMONY IN MOTION

Club Harmony In Motion  embarks on our third year as a club at Regency In Monroe! I would like to thank all our members for their on going support and dedication which makes our club a true success!  
At the present time we are having our Membership Drive. Please obtain the new Membership Applications online (just click on the link below) and/or in the Regency Clubhouse. The annual dues are $7.00 per person and $10.00 per person to attend an event. All of Club Harmony In Motion’s parties are themed events. The Board Members choose a theme for each of our parties.  We suggest that our members wear colored attire which matches and/or connects with a particular theme. We color coordinate our party decorations to match the particular theme. We always use beautiful balloons which are a decorating extravaganza! Our social events/parties take place every other month in the main ballroom of Regency In Monroe.
Club Harmony In Motion provides a DJ and/or band which plays contemporary music for our members listening and dancing pleasure. We provide a serene atmosphere for a social gathering with others, a way to meet your neighbors and make new friends. We provide coffee, tea, water and paper goods. Our members bring their own food, snacks, dessert and favorite beverages. Also at the end of all our events we give door prizes!
Club Harmony In Motion is commencing  our third Membership Party on Saturday, December 7, 2019, 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. and  doors will open at 7:00 p.m. This event is FREE for our paid members ONLY.  The DJ is ROBERTA DEE. Unfortunately, you CANNOT sign up at the door. You must register and submit a Table Reservation Form prior to the event by Friday, November 22, 2019.

 

HARMONY IN MOTION – SAVE THE DATES FOR THESE EVENTS

 

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HARMONY IN MOTION MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION

 

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2019  ROMEOS SCHEDULE  JULY thru DECEMBER                           

 

OCTOBER

15  MAIETTA’S

22  FIRESIDE

29  CITY STREETS

 

NOVEMBER

5  MJ’S

12 LUCHENTOS

19 THE CABIN

26 GUS’S DINER

 

DECEMBER

3   HUNAN HOUSE

10 FIRESIDE

17 MJ’S

24 LUCHENTOS

31 CITY STREETS

 NOTE ABOUT MY SATURDAY EMAILS

 

FOR WHATEVER REASONS, SOMETIMES RESIDENTS DON’T RECEIVE MY SATURDAY EMAILS.  WHEN THIS HAPPENS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW

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REMEMBER, YOU CAN ALWAYS VIEW MY CURRENT EMAIL BY GOING TO:

WWW.REGENCYEMAILER.COM

   

REGENCY CHORAL GROUP

 

The Regency Choral group meets every Monday from April-November from 4:45-6:00 in the clubhouse. If you’re interested in joining please call Sharon Scheckner at 732 656 3165. All are welcome !

FIND YOUR NAME AND PLAY THE SONG

 

Well, the list of Women and Men’s names has grown to over 100 songs.  See if your name is on the list.  If not, send me an email and I will check to see if a song’s title exists with your name in the title.  I just added over 30 songs.  The scroll bar is on the right

 

  1. WENDY 2:17
  2. VIRGINA 4:03
  3. VALERIE 2:25
  4. VICKI 2:39
  5. TRACY 2:13
  6. TERRY 2:33
  7. TINA 2:24
  8. SUSANNE 1:56
  9. STELLA 1:57
  10. STACY 3:18
  11. SHIRLEY 2:31
  12. SHIRLEY ANN 2:52
  13. SHERRY 2:32
  14. SHELLY 3:37
  15. SHEILA 2:40
  16. SARA 3:18
  17. SANDY 2:27
  18. SAMANTHA 3:30
  19. SALLY 3:12
  20. ROXANNE 3:14
  21. ROSE 3:16
  22. ROSE MARIE 1:54
  23. RONNIE 2:49
  24. ROCHELLE 2:20
  25. ROBIN 2:36
  26. ROBERTA 4:34
  27. RHONDA 3:15
  28. RHODA 4:07
  29. RENEE 2:46
  30. PHYLLIS 2:41
  31. PEG 3:54
  32. PAULA 2:34
  33. PATRICIA 2:46
  34. PAMELA 5:09
  35. NIKKI 4:15
  36. NATALIE 2:02
  37. NANCY 2:42
  38. NADINE 2:33
  39. MICHELLE 2:09
  40. MELISSA 3:56
  41. MAXINE 4:30
  42. MAUREEN 2:00
  43. MARY ANN 2:35
  44. MARY 2:52
  45. MARTIN 3:22
  46. MARTHA 2:29
  47. MARILYN 2:14
  48. MARIANNE 2:45
  49. MARY #3 2:25
  50. MARIA #2 2:40
  51. MARIA 2:11
  52. MARGARET 1:47
  53. MARCIE 4:30
  54. MANDY 3:17
  55. MAGGIE 5:14
  56. LUCY 3:24
  57. LUCILLE #2 2:25
  58. LUCILLE 4:09
  59. LYNN 2:22
  60. LOUISE 3:15
  61. LOUIE 2:48
  62. LOLA 4:05
  63. LISA 4:00
  64. LINDA 2:25
  65. LARRY 1:58
  66. KATHY 1:32
  67. KAREN 2:16
  68. JULIE 2:41
  69. JUDY 2:31
  70. JOHNNY 2:45
  71. JOHN 3:22
  72. JOEY #2 4:06
  73. JOEY 4:06
  74. JEANINE 2:39
  75. JOSIE 4:31
  76. JOSHUA 3:06
  77. JOLENE 2:43
  78. JOANNE 2:27
  79. JOANIE 2:46
  80. JOAN 2:06
  81. JIMMY #2 2:54
  82. JIMMY 2:54
  83. JIM 3:00
  84. JESSICA 1:01
  85. JENNY 3:52
  86. JENNIFER 2:44
  87. JEANETTE The Monroes 4:07
  88. JANICE 1:56
  89. JAIME 2:46
  90. JACKIE 2:48
  91. JACK #3 2:48
  92. JACK #2 3:56
  93. JACK #1 2:19
  94. IZABELLA 3:30
  95. IRIS 2:24
  96. IRENE 2:46
  97. HENRY 2:58
  98. GLORIA 2:26
  99. GERALDINE 2:07
  100. FRED 2:03
  101. FRANCINE 3:38
  102. FANNY 4:07
  103. EMILY #2 2:57
  104. EMILY 2:38
  105. ELOISE 5:51
  106. EILEEN 3:54
  107. DOROTHY 2:01
  108. DORA 2:30
  109. DONNA 2:27
  110. DINA 1:56
  111. DIANA 2:23
  112. DELILAH 3:14
  113. DAVID 4:07
  114. DANIEL 3:53
  115. CORRINA 2:45
  116. CONNIE 2:47
  117. CLAIRE 2:33
  118. CHERYL 2:09
  119. CARRIE 1:54
  120. CAROLINE 2:27
  121. CAROL 2:18
  122. BRANDY 3:04
  123. BONNIE 2:55
  124. BERTHA 2:40
  125. BEVERLY 2:28
  126. BERNADETTE #2 3:03
  127. BERNADETTE 3:03
  128. BETH 2:51
  129. BEN 2:55
  130. BARBARA 2:23
  131. ARLENE 3:04
  132. ANNIE 3:09
  133. ANNE 2:36
  134. ANGIE 2:35
  135. ANGELINE 3:41
  136. ANGELA 3:15
  137. AMANDA 3:16
  138. ALISON 3:25
  139. ALICE 3:34
  140. AL 4:36
  141. ABRAHAM 3:22

ETHICS AND VALUES – EVENTS AND BELIEFS

 

A class of Jewish ethics, values and traits of character.  This class, led by Rabbi Louis Stein, will be meeting every Thursday from 10:30 to 11:30 in Ballroom 1.  A different topic will be explored each week.  

(PLEASE JOIN US – OPEN TO ALL!!)

 Class will begin again in May 2019.

 

Regency Scrabble Club

Meets on Thursdays evenings at seven o’clock in the multi-purpose room. Learn how you can improve your Scrabble and Words with Friends games. Everyone is invited to play.  Please bring your set if you have one. Call or email Linda Litsky at  tel: 732-492-0921 OR Linlit32@gmail.com  for more information

                                                                                                   

Regency at Monroe Bridge Organization (RAMBO)

 

We play duplicate bridge at the clubhouse every Tuesday evening.

These games are sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) and we award internationally recognized Master points to many of the players each week.

We play a social game and welcome players of all skill levels who wish to expand their bridge capabilities. Our games begin at 7:00 PM sharp – but if you want to come, please be at the back ballroom by about 6:45 to allow for checking in.

We have the most reasonably priced game around and we include snacks and soft drinks too.

REGENCY PICKLEBALL

 

OPEN PLAY DAILY MONDAY – SATURDAY 8:00AM TO 10:30AM NEWCOMERS WELCOME LEARN, PLAY EXERCISE, HAVE FUN LESSONS ALWAYS AVAILABLE

 

NEW VENDORS

We are pleased to welcome to following new vendors to our CVL:

EAST COAST STEAM, LLC
listed under – Tile/Grout/Brick etc and Carpet/Floor/Tile Cleaners

BARBARA’S COOKIE PIES, LLC
listed under – Bakery [customized & personalized] and Specialty Services

JL MOLDING DESIGN
listed under – Cabinets/Moldings/Bookcases

CIRCLE HEATING & COOLING, LLC
listed under – Air Conditioning & Heating

Thanks for supporting our CVL!

Rich

 

CURRENT LIST OF ALL VENDORS OCTOBER 2019

https://app.box.com/s/sv8k8iw4dbfx7gp88zavjzwcke2m0h0n

 

TO CONTACT OUR VENDOR MAN – RICH STRUG CLICK ON THIS LINK

communityvendorlist@gmail.com

 

THAT’S IT FOR NOW 

RON 

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