THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY FILES WILL REMAIN ON MY WEBSITE AND WILL BE UPDATED AS I RECEIVE UPDATES.
IF YOU DON’T SEE YOUR INFORMATION ON THE LIST, JUST SEND ME ANY CHANGES.
NOTE: I will be updating the lists very soon. If you are a new resident, please click on the first link above to see if your name is missing. If so, please send me the information. Those who sent me updates, once I add new residents I will update your information as well.
THE REGENCY REPORTER APRIL 2021 ISSUE
CLICK ON LINK TO VIEW THE ISSUE OF THE REGENCY REPORTER
THE MANY FACES OF REGENCY (NEW VERSION)
The file I previously had on my website had problems so it was removed. The file I just added is problem free. It has some of the pictures from the old version and some new faces. The size of each photo has been compressed in order to keep the file as small as possible.
Remember to just run your mouse over the last name and the picture of the resident(s) will appear. Keep the last name towards the top so that you can see the entire picture.
Some of you are going to say, is that me? I use to be the Photographer when we moved into Regency. So needless to say I have over 1000 photos. Do I know most of the current residents? Not really, so I am going to ask for your HELP. Thanks you.
CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SEE IF YOU ARE INCLUDED. IF NOT, YOU CAN SEND ME A PHOTO
Okay, now I need your help. The following slideshow shows some of the many FACE$S of Regency. On the lower bottom left you will see a number. If you know who is in the picture please write down their name and number. It might be faster to just write down their last name and after it is over write down their first names.
Have a pencil and paper ready. I am doing 50 pictures at one time.
YOU CAN ALSO CLICK ON THE PICTURE AND IT WOULD STOP THE SLIDE SHOW SO THAT YOU CAN WRITE DOWN THE NAME AND NUMBER. CLICK AGAIN AND THE SLIDESHOW STARTS
Shiva for Beryl Garellick will be held at her son, Neal Fersht’s home, 25 Scott Dr. Monroe Twp. Sunday through Tuesday 11-5 and 6-8.
FURNITURE ESTATE SALE
You should be receiving the absentee ballots to vote by mail any time now for the fire election. Please vote and send it back as soon as possible. It has to be received at the Board of Elections before April 20, 2021.
Due to Covid -19, the only on-site voting will be held on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, from 2 PM to 9 PM, at our fire station located at 16 Centre Drive, Monroe Township near exit 8A, NJ Turnpike. Please enter and exit at Forsgate Drive or Applegarth Road. Use the parking lot in the rear of the fire station. Kindly vote for two Fire
Commissioners and approve our budget. Thank you.
Joel Kaplan, Gerald Kaplan, Jim Fisher
DROP IN TENNIS – JOIN US ON THE COURTS
Drop in tennis is a casual game. You just come down to the court to play mixed doubles. Any skill level is invited. You play one game. After the game, one player rotates out and a new player rotates in. This play continues until 1 ½ hours of court time is used up. The number of courts used depends on the number of players. Typically there are 6 to 7 players on a court and each court is reserved from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
If you are interested in playing Drop in Tennis please send your name, cell phone number and email address to Bud Ratner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We will be holding a pickleball clinic for beginners on Saturday April 17th at 10:00 AM on the Regency pickle ball courts. Please contact the clubhouse concierge @ 732-605-9800 to reserve a spot in the clinic if you wish to attend, as we are limiting the number of residents for each session.
We will run additional clinics if the demand is there so please don’t be concerned if you are shut out of the first one. We have a limited number paddles available for your use, if you own or can borrow a paddle please do. Please wear proper attire similar to tennis or other court sports.
If you have any questions regarding the clinics or about the sport of pickleball please feel free to contact Barry Panson at email@example.com
Regency Bowling is establishing our 1 st Regency Friends Summer League
Anyone interested, who is not receiving bowling emails, please see the flyer and contact me for more information.
.CLICK ON LINK TO VIEW THE FLYER
REGENCY HADASSAH INVITES YOU TO JOIN US ON ZOOM ON
MONDAY, MAY 24, 2021 AT 7PM
(Zoom info to follow)
******NOTE: CHANGE IN DATE FROM LAST FLYER TO NEW DATE ABOVE.*********
TO HEAR AUTHOR,
SPEAK ABOUT HIS LATEST BOOK
“FORGIVING STEPHEN REDMOND”
Forgiving Stephen Redmond is the final chapter of the Forgiving series, which began with Forgiving Maximo Rothman and Forgiving Mariela Camacho, both of which were re-released as well. While a series, the three books can be read as stand-alones. Set in Washington Heights and the Dominican Republic, Forgiving Stephen Redmond (as well as its sister volumes) is a murder mystery:
On a ‘dog-day afternoon in August 2008, Detectives Anatoly Kurchenko and Pete Gonzalvez are sent to investigate a mysterious, mummy-like body found inside a wall in an old wood-frame house under demolition. The body opens a cold case from the mid-1960s. The investigation leads back to a case they solved three years earlier, the murder of an aging Holocaust survivor and former resident of the Jewish refugee settlement of Sosua, in the Dominican Republic, Max Redmond, also know as Maximo Rothman.
Of particular interest to Jewish readers is the examination of the trans-generational experience of trauma suffered by children of Holocaust survivors. The story also examines similar experiences among the children of Dominican TV victims of Trujillo’s reign of terror.
You can read more about the book on Alan Sidransky’s web site:
PLEASE RSVP FOR THIS DATE TO:
GENIA BEEFERMAN @ firstname.lastname@example.org
LESLIE KOHN @ email@example.com
DO ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SINGLES
ALL REGENCY SINGLES ARE WELCOME
COME JOIN US VIRTUALLY
WE MEET ONLINE THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
MEMBERSHIP IS $30
Upcoming Events –
**Please note change of date
April 24 – 11 AM Trip to Longstreet Farm, Holmdel
May 4** – 7PM Zoom talk, the “Zeigfeld Girls” presented by Marty Schneit
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo celebration at Club Regency
May 19 – 11:30 Trip to Calgo Gardens. Make a Kokedama Ball
.THE NOSTALGIA MUSIC MACHINE
I received this link from many residents. If you click on it, you just pick the year and the songs come up that were introduced in that year. I thought you might like this.
Yes, these are very difficult times especially since many, if not all, the clubs we have at Regency are in hibernation.
I have added many new residents who do want to get involved with some of these clubs.. I have no clue who, at Regency, should be contacted if someone wants to join a club.
Please send me your name, telephone number and email address so that I could post the information on my website so new residents can possibly join your club.
Thank you Nina Wolff for providing us with the names of residents who can be contacted if we are interested in joining a Club
Shuffleboard – George Steinberg
Bocce – Carmine Carrara
Regency Car Club – Steve Schnell Cell 248-933-5135 Schnell_45@hotmail.com
RAMBO (the Regency at Monroe Bridge Club )
EMAIL AUTHORIZATION FORM
During “normal” times the HOA would send me this form to let me know that new residents want to be added to my email list. However during these “crazy” times this form is not being used.
I need your help and your new neighbor might want to also receive my emails. So when you walk outside of your home, look to the left, look to the right, and if you have a new neighbor, give him/her my email address and ask him/her to send me their email address to add to the 1800 contacts I already have. My email address is
Out of 66 new residents I had more than half sign up. However, normally almost 100% of new residents sign up. Here is the list of residents who haven’t signed up as yet. I’d appreciate your letting them know about the EMAILER.
.UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARY’S – NOTE: FORMER RESIDENTS ARE ON THE LIST SINCE YOU MIGHT STILL KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THEM
|STOUBER||LISA & RANDY||APRIL||17||A|
|HOROWITZ||JOANNE @ RANDY||APRIL||17||B|
|FINK||FRADA & ART||APRIL||21||A M|
|SCHNELL||JOAN & STEVE||APRIL||21||A|
|SHEIN||ROSLYN & JAKE||APRIL||21||A|
|ZAMMIT||GLORIA & CHARLES||APRIL||23||B|
REGENCY RESIDENTS ADS
- They will be located together instead of all over the place in my emails
- They will be located towards the bottom of the main page
- Next to each ad will be the expiration date of when it will be coming off of my website
- Once the item(s) expire, these items will no longer be added to my website. You may add other items.
- The headings will be in BLUE to signify it is an ad.
- i will now list the ads below along with the expiration date
LOOKING FOR A VHS RECORDER – EXPIRES 4/22/21
LOOKING FOR A VHS RECORDER WHICH IS STILL IN GOOD WORKING ORDER TO REPLACE ONE WHICH NO LONGER WORKS FOR MY 150 CASSETTE COLLECTION
Please call Steve at (732) 718-6397. Thanks
SIX SEAT NATUZZI LEATHER SECTIONAL – $599 – EXPIRES 5/16/21
Beautiful 6 seat leather sectional by Natuzzi. Very good condition! Pieces include Right-arm facing corner, Wedge, armless chair, two-seat armless chair, Left-arm facing Corner chaise lounge. Pieces interlock to retard movement.
Color Burgundy. Total dimensions-34 1/2″ High 42 1/2″ Deep 157″ Long
If interested, please call David Gelfman, 44 Beth Page Dr. at 732-672-8430 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
IF YOU WANT TO ADD A VENDOR CLICK ON THIS LINK
CURRENT LIST OF ALL VENDORS – MARCH 2021
CLICK ON LINK
2021 HOA PUBLIC BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE
REGENCY DEFIBRILATORS LOCATIONS
In one of Stephanie’s recent emails to us she had made available this information so that we can keep in touch with natural hazards and emergency preparedness. Stephanie gave me the okay to include this on my website. I think keeping it always available to residents would be in our best interests
On the Web – Use credible websites to get information about natural hazards and emergency preparedness. The NJOEM works closely with the National Weather Service regarding storm predictions and forecasts. The NJOEM website contains links to the County OEM social media pages and alerting systems.
New Jersey Office of Emergency Management – ready.nj.gov
ReadyNJ Alerts & Updates Blog: readynj.wordpress.com
Social Media – Social media is used by the NJOEM, and by emergency managers statewide.
NJOEM on Facebook: www.facebook.com/READYNEWJERSEY
NJOEM on Twitter: www.twitter.com/ReadyNJ
NJ State Police on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NewJerseyStatePolice
NJ State Police on Twitter: www.twitter.com/NJSP
Alerts – Mobile / Text (SMS) & E-Mail
NIXLE – Subscribe to the NJ State Police (NJSP) on Nixle Connect at http://local.nixle.com/new-jersey-state-police/. New Jersey residents can register to receive messages by sending a text message with their zip code to 888777 (data rates may apply depending on your plan). Online registration is also available at www.nixle.com
NJ Alert – NJ Alert is a free, voluntary, and confidential emergency alerting system that allows NJOEM officials to send E-mail or text messages to cell phones, and other email enabled devices during an emergency event. Sign up for NJ Alert by logging on to www.njalert.gov.
CMAS -the Community Mobile Alert System – this nationwide system is now being used by the National Weather Service to transmit urgent weather info to your cell phone. A warning means the hazard is imminent; a watch means conditions are favorable for the hazard to occur. Your cell phone must be WEA (Wireless Emergency Alert) enabled to receive these messages.
THAT’S IT FOR NOW