THANK YOU ARTHUR EHRLICH
As you know from my last email, my website is no longer workable. The program I used is defunct after 10+ years. So Arthur Ehrlich has volunteered to help me develop a website using another program. I personally want to thank Arthur for all his work. Honestly, I am not one of those website builder types and Arthur knows everything that needs to be done
Thanks to Rich Strug, many of the Vendors on our list are running specials for the months of MAY and JUNE. Click on the link to see the specials.
NEW VENDORS ADDED TO OUR VENDOR LIST
We are pleased to welcome the following new vendors to our Community Vendor List:
PLANET DRY CLEAN
Listed under Dry Cleaning/Laundry Pick Up & Delivery
KATS & K9s [Resident]
Listed under Pet Sitting
WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGES
We are looking forward to our Canasta Tournament, Monday, May 8th
at 10:00am. This is a reminder for those who volunteered to bring a tray
to do so, label attached. This event closed out and we regret we could
not accommodate all who replied. A wait list has been formed.
Our Thursday, July 13th Nine and Dine Golf Outing is filling up fast.
This is our first golf event and we look forward to a special day and evening.
A shotgun start begins at 3:00pm, followed by a barbecue dinner.
Two teams will be formed and paired by our golf committee.
Prizes awarded. $60 includes golf, cart and dinner.
Can RSVP to Sandy Cains now.
Come join us for our Father’s Day Brunch as we honor our men, Sunday,
June 11th from 10:00am to noon. Come hear the hilarious comedian
Frankie Pace as we enjoy a sumptuous brunch catered by Business
Bistro. $20 per member, your husband, partner or Dad are our guest.
RSVP to Elaine Robin with your completed table of 10 beginning
May 9th and no later than May 31st.
Sign-up begins May 15th for our bus trip to the Bucks County
Playhouse. This is a full day outing, Wednesday, June 14th, as travel to New Hope for shopping and
lunch before we see a matinee performance of “The Buddy Holly
Story.” Limited to 54 members. $63. RSVP to Harriet DiSalle no
later than May 31st.
We’re back! Hope to see you all.
DATE/TIME: MAY 11th – 12:30 p.m.
PLACE: CROWN PALACE (Chinese)
8 N MAIN STREET
MARLBORO, N.J. 07746
Please let me know if you can attend either by phone or e-mail. Thank you.
TEL #: 732-605-1309
STATE AID FOR EDUCATION BUS TRIP TO TRENTON STATE HOUSE
As a part of the Board of Education’s continued fight for our fair share of school funding by the state, we are asking residents to join the Ad Hoc Committee members on a bus trip to the Trenton State House on Tuesday, May 2nd. Buses will be provided and will be departing the soccer fields on Prospect Plains at 8:30 a.m.
We will be returning by 2:00 p.m. If you plan on joining us, I recommend you arrive at the field parking lot by 8:15 a.m.
An improvement in our state aid situation is long overdue. Let’s join together and show Trenton how upset we are.
Due to multiple requests, The Health Committee will launch its spring & summer lecture series with:
The Automatic External Defibrillator (A.E.D.) and Basic First Aid CPR.
Friday, May 19 – 7:00 pm
All are Welcome. Please Sign Up with the Concierge!
Dr. Sheldon Opperman, M.D., will be giving this previously well attended medical lecture for the fourth time:
Why are Automatic External Defibrillators so important? Because, they are the only effective way to rescue someone in cardiac arrest and they are easy to use.
For those who have already attended this lecture last year, you are welcome to refresh your knowledge and skills.
Takeaways to Include: Learning about AED’s, where to find them (we have 6 here in the Regency), and how to use them. Basic CPR, Heart Attack vs. Cardiac Arrest.
Don’t miss out on this important lecture because—The life saved may be your own or your loved one: Learn to save a life today!
CHANGE IN ROMEO’S SCHEDULE
I have been notified that Brothers Barbeque on Route 130 has closed
Therefore the schedule for May has been revised as follows:
MAY 2 BERNSETINS ON ESSEX
MAY 9 HUNAN HOUSE
MAY 16 THE CABIN
MAY 23 CITY STREETS
MAY 30 MJ’S
PLEASE MAKE NOTE
A MESSAGE FROM ELISSA CHIAIA
I would like to thank the kindness and thoughtfulness of my friends in the Regency community! There thoughts, prayers and good wishes truly were a support in my time of need.
It is a great feeling to live in such a caring community.
Your friend and neighbor,
Regency Hadassah invites you to join us on Monday, May 15 at 7PM at the clubhouse for our monthly meeting. The Speaker for this meeting is Noah Lederman. Noah’s grandparents fought in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Noah had a beautiful relationship with his grandparents and he is going to share their story with us: how they survived a combined seven concentration camps and then tried to keep all the stories a secret from their grandchildren. Noah spent ten years trying to uncover all of the tragic memories that they had vowed to take to their graves. Noah wrote a memoir about his grandparents. Growing up, Noah had always viewed his Grandma, whose name was “Hadasa” as a cliché: the Jewish grandmother who cooked, cleaned and kvetched. Conversely and ignorantly he had always viewed his “Poppy” as the real hero. When he set off to write a book after his grandfather passed away, the story was supposed to be about Poppy. Noah sat down with his Grandma to interview her about her late husband. And what he quickly discovered was that everything he had always thought about his Grandma was inane and wrong. She was a hero, a rebel and a survivor. Join us on May 15 at 7pm as Noah shares his grandparent’s story with us. All are welcome. Refreshments will be served.
CHANGE IN ROMEO’S SCHEDULE
A change has been made to the May calendar for ROMEOS. On May 2 Bernstein’s on Essex, a new deli, 130 rt 33 (Andee Plaza) 732 385 6060
MAY 2 Bernstein’s on Essex MENU: SOUP/SANDWICH(YOUR COICE OF MEAT)/SALAD BAR/COOKIES/FOUNTAIN DRINK
MAY 16 THE CABIN
Please update your list accordingly.
MEN”S CLUB / BRONX CLUB
TRIP THE BRONX ZOO
MONDAY MAY 22 , 2017
The Men’s Club and the Bronx Club invites you to join us on a safari to the Bronx Zoo. The zoo is the largest urban zoo in the United States and provides
the opportunity to get up close to more than 600 species from around the globe. Meet exotic animals , birds, reptiles and insects from across Asia, Africa and the Americas.
When : Monday May 22 , 2017
Transportation / Time : Luxury bus which will depart Regency promptly at 9:00 AM and return to Regency at approximately 5:00 PM
Cost : $50 pp . Includes admission, total experience venues , transportation and gratuities. Spouses , significant others, children and grandchildren are welcome.
Lunch : On your own.
Contacts : Steve Rich 156 Tournament Drive (732) 641 2521
Ted Shuster 12 Crenshaw Court (732) 656 1355
RSVP: NO LATER than Friday May 17, 2017 . Checks are to be made payable to either the Regency Men’s Club or the Regency Bronx Club and placed in the under mailbox of Steve Rich. (Must be a paid up member of the Men’s Club or Bronx Club ).
THE REGENCY MENS CLUB
MOTHERS DAY BRUNCH
SATURDAY MAY 6 , 2017 AT 10:00 AM
Price is $22 for Members. Spouses and significant others will come as our guest . Single women will be getting a personal invitation shortly. Single women’s checks WILL NOT be accepted until April 17 .
Brunch as follows : At The Tables – assorted bagels and cold selections . At The Hot Buffet – a fine selection from which to choose.
Our Entertainment : JOANNA GASS – Joanna began her career with a traveling children’s theater group and ultimately brought her experience to
five star hotels. She did the Catskills circuit and performed many years at the Nevele Hotel. Her music lecture series “Music Through
The Ages” was well received by audiences young and old. Joanna brought back the sounds of the 50’s and 60’s to shows up and down the east
coast and provides diversified music selections for her one woman shows. Joanna performed and opened for many of the people she grew up watching
on “The Tonight Show “. She performed with the USO and appeared on the bill with luminaries such as Robert Klein, Shecky Greene, Mal Z Lawrence, and Red Buttons.
Checks are to be made payable to “The Regency Men’s Club ” ( Must be a paid up Member – $30 from September through August )
Contacts : Steve Rich 156 Tournament Drive (732) 641 2521 / Steve Strauss 54 Beth Page Drive (732) 656 0140
RSVP: NO LATER than April 28, 2017 . Use the back of the flyer for any table arrangements . If no specific seating is requested, seating will be at the discretion of the Men’s Club.
A RESIDENTS CHARITY HAVING A BRUNCH FOR AMY MANSUE INVOLVED WITH MIDDLESEX COUNTY CHILDREN LIVING IN FOSTER CARE
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Evaluation of Old Stamp Collections
Ron Kane, a Regency resident, reports that he can evaluate old stamp collections at your Regency home as part of the free service offered by the Hamilton Township Philatelic Society.
REGENCY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT
The next meeting of the Regency Digital Photography Club will be on Thursday, May 4 at 4:00 PM in the Tennis Pavilion. At the heart of the artistic side of photography is composition. There is never enough of what you can learn about this important subject. We will use an on-line Digital Photography School tutorial, “5 Ways to Improve Your Composition” and expand on that with a review of a 9 item quickie list from a talk given by Dave DesRoches. You are bound to learn something new or reinforce what you already know. All residents are invited. Any questions call Howard Wichansky.
Expand your horizons in photography and join us.
THAT’S IT FOR NOW