SLIDESHOW OF OUR RESIDENTS WHO SERVED IN THE ARMED FORCES
OKAY, I JUST ADDED A NEW PICTURE OF A RESIDENT IN HIS UNIFORM (FIRST SLIDE). DON’T YOU HAVE TO BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OLD TO SERVE IN OUR ARMED FORCES?
PLEASE SEND ME YOUR PICTURES
DO YOU NEED A QUALIFIED DRIVER TO TAKE YOU TO THE AIRPORT?
YOU WILL BE VERY SAFE USING THE DRIVER IN THIS SLIDESHOW
Note: This driver meets Regulation #32 of driving not more than 15 MPH in Regency
MEN’S MOVIE NIGHT
The movie night for Nov. is Monday Nov 19th. We will meet at the Clubhouse at 5:00 to carpool. We will then proceed to City Streets at 510 Rte 130 in East Windsor, for dinner. The movie is either Overlord, starts at 7:25, or The Girl in The Spider Web, starts at 7:35. Those of you that go directly to City Streets please call Jerry at 732-656-1938 to tell me so I can notify the restaurant with an accurate count of those attending. Thank you. Look forward to seeing you.
MEN’S FISHING CLUB NEWS
I am sorry for not sending reports on our last fishing trips, so here are the updates.
On September 18th we sailed on the Dauntless sailing out of Point Pleasant NJ for a day of fishing for Sea Bass and Porgies. Aboard were 6 Regency Fishing Club members. The day was warm and beautiful and we sailed north past Asbury Park in about 30 feet of water. Fishing was great catching mostly Porgies and a limited amount of Sea Bass. It was a great day to be on the water, all had a great time.
The next trip was October 8th, Columbus Day, again we sailed aboard the Dauntless pleasure in watching our grandchildren having a great time. It was a pleasure in watching our grandchildren having a great time. We got back to the dock at 4:00 the kids were very tired but had a day to remember.
Our next trip was October 29th aboard the Ocean Explorer sailing out of Belmar, NJ with four Fishing Club members aboard, for a day of Sea Bass and Porgy fishing. This time the boat sailed east for over one hour to the deep wrecks and 90 feet of water. The weather was cool and windy with 2′ to 3′ foot waves when we got into the ocean. Once we got to the fishing grounds it was very windy with 5′ to 6′ seas. The boat would drop two anchors to keep the boat stable and the waves went from bow to stern instead of side to side. Immediately we were all catching large humpback Porgies and Seabass, we had continuous action almost all day. There were some Winter Flounder and Blackfish also caught. We got back to the dock after 4:00, and we were really tired. Another successful trip for the Regency Fishing Club.
On November 4th we sailed on one of our members, Stan Salinski’s 32′ Cabo. Sailing out of Morgan Creek, NJ for a day of trolling for Striped Bass with five aboard. The reports were that the Striped Bass finally arrived after the last new moon. We started to troll with two rods in the Raritan River, starting off Great Kills Harbor, SI,NY in 25′ to 30′ of water with umbrella rigs with white rubber shads. The fish finder was showing schools of bunker, a baitfish and below them were loads of Striped Bass. Many boats were also trolling but no one were catching much. We lucked out after 1 1/2 hours we hooked our first bass. When we got it aboard it weighed 37lbs. We continued to troll and only caught four short bass about 22″ and let them go. We waited for the tide to change and we left the fleet and headed southeast out to sea, to an area between the channels, Sandy Hook Channel and Ambrose Channel. Again we marked a lot of Bass and schools of bunker, starting our troll with umbrella rigs. Once the current picked up, though the fish really weren’t active, we managed to catch one Bass weighing 38lbs. and three Bass 30″ about 10lbs. It was a day you really had to work for the fish. We returned to the dock at 4:30.
This was the end of the northern fishing season for the Regency Fishing Club. Many of us are heading to Florida for the winter and we will run trips aboard the Black Dog sailing out of Jupiter, FL for 1/2 day bottom fishing on the local reefs. We catch at least 12 different species of fish during each trip. Anyone interested in joining us e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 732-991-8264
I would like to wish all our residents a very Happy and Healthy New Year as well as a Happy Chanakah and a Merry Christmas. Have a safe winter and join us on our trips next year.
Correction on Fishing Club reportThe next trip was October 8th, Columbus Day, again we sailed aboard the Dauntless with 4 members aboard, plus my two oldest grandchildren Dylan 12 and Tegan 10 from PA as well as Billy Taylor’s grandson 11. We sailed north and fished in about 30″ of water. The kids had a super time catching loads of fish mostly Porgies mixed with many Sea Bass. Tegan held her own and must have caught over 30 fish. Being able to fish with your grandchildren is fantastic, we could care less if we fished, we took great pleasure in watching our grandchildren having a great time. We got back to the dock at 4:00 the kids were very tired but had a day to remember.
CHARITY KNITTING/CROCHETING/CRAFT GROUP
The meetings for this month will be Nov. 28th at 1:30 in the clubhouse lobby. All are welcome. Questions? Contact Joan at email@example.com or 732-521-8381.
THE HERB ZUKERBURG YIDDISH CLUB
2019 SCHEDULED YIDDISH CLUB EVENTS
May 19 10AM Breakfast Program
Featuring Comedian MODI
June 28 6PM Shabbat Dinner
Featuring Marty Schneit, Historian
July 28 Jackson – Central NJ Clubs
August 18 10AM Breakfast Program
Featuring Naomi Miller
September 15 10AM Breakfast Program
Featuring Vincent Talarico
October 9 6:30PM Break the Fast
November 17 10AM Breakfast Program
Featured Guest TBD
LOOKING FOR A GARAGE REFRIGERATOR
Are you upgrading your refrigerator, or have one you aren’t using? We are looking to buy a (garage) refrigerator. If so, please call or text me at (201) 424-6934. Thanks so much! Nancy Lynn
REGENCY SINGLES MINGLES
COME JOIN US – ALL REGENCY SINGLES ARE WELCOME
DO ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SINGLES. MEMBERSHIP $30 WE MEET THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT THE TENNIS PAVILION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTIFIED.
Contact Tanya Ashuck or Georgia Doyle 732 641-2662.
Upcoming Events –
Sunday, December 9 – 6PM – Holiday Dinner at La Cipollina in Freehold. $42.00
Wednesday, December 12 – 7 PM , meeting, Tennis PavilionPresentation by ShopRite
Thank You To Our Friends and Neighbors
Caryl and I wish to thank our friends and neighbors who made donations to the National Kidney Foundation.
Your support helped us and Team Paul (our son) raise over $25,000 for this year’s Kidney Walk. The entire walk this year raised over 1 million dollars for research and improving public awareness about kidney disease. Hope we can top that number next year.
MEN’S CLUB NOVEMBER 25TH MEETING
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WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGES
Bingo is Monday,November 12th at 7pm. Join us for this always requested evening. Open to all. Cash prizes. Dessert and snacks served.
$15 for 10 games. RSVP to Elaine Robin before November 3rd.
Save the date! Our holiday party is Monday, December 10th and will showcase entertainment by the fabulous singers of the Blu Lilly Trio.
CLICK ON LINK FOR HOLIDAY PARTY FLYER
“Frozen Hoses Pose Home Hazard”…
The spigot has to be turned off from inside the house connection and left open facing where the hose was attached and drained so that what is left in the pipe won’t freeze and break the pipe….
Just a note to let you know that deer have been seen in Regency. Believe me, I know what deer can do. In Manalapan, Greta” car was hit on the side by a deer and just outside Regency, my daughter’s car was hit on 522. She also got hit by a deer on Union Hill Road near our other home and the deer tried jumping over the car but instead landed on her windshield and broke it little pieces. The deer was injured and she told the police that the deer went into the woods. All of a sudden she heard a shot. They shot the deer
LOST CAR AND HOME KEYS
We lost our home key with Honda car key. If anyone found please let us know.
Bharati & Pankaj Parekh
52 Kings Mill Rd
908 887 2835
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.
- WENDY 2:17
- VIRGINA 4:03
- VALERIE 2:25
- VICKI 2:39
- TERRY 2:33
- TINA 2:24
- SUSANNE 1:56
- STELLA 1:57
- STACY 3:18
- SHIRLEY 2:31
- SHIRLEY ANN 2:52
- SHERRY 2:32
- SHELLY 3:37
- SHEILA 2:40
- SARA 3:18
- SANDY 2:27
- SALLY 3:12
- ROXANNE 3:14
- ROSE 3:16
- ROSE MARIE 1:54
- RONNIE 2:49
- ROCHELLE 2:20
- ROBIN 2:36
- RHONDA 3:15
- RHODA 4:07
- PHYLLIS 2:41
- PAULA 2:34
- PATRICIA 2:46
- NATALIE 2:02
- NANCY 2:42
- MICHELLE 2:09
- MELISSA 3:56
- MAXINE 4:30
- MAUREEN 2:00
- MARY ANN 2:35
- MARY 2:52
- MARTIN 3:22
- MARTHA 2:29
- MARILYN 2:14
- MARIANNE 2:45
- MARY #3 2:25
- MARIA #2 2:40
- MARIA 2:11
- MARGARET 1:47
- MARCIE 4:30
- MANDY 3:17
- MAGGIE 5:14
- LUCY 3:24
- LUCILLE #2 2:25
- LUCILLE 4:09
- LYNN 2:22
- LOUISE 3:15
- LOUIE 2:48
- LOLA 4:05
- LISA 4:00
- LINDA 2:25
- LARRY 1:58
- KATHY 1:32
- KAREN 2:16
- JULIE 2:41
- JUDY 2:31
- JOHNNY 2:45
- JOHN 3:22
- JOEY #2 4:06
- JOEY 4:06
- JEANINE 2:39
- JOSIE 4:31
- JOSHUA 3:06
- JOLENE 2:43
- JOANNE 2:27
- JOANIE 2:46
- JOAN 2:06
- JIMMY #2 2:54
- JIMMY 2:54
- JIM 3:00
- JESSICA 1:01
- JENNY 3:52
- JENNIFER 2:44
- JANICE 1:56
- JAIME 2:46
- JACKIE 2:48
- JACK #3 2:48
- JACK #2 3:56
- JACK #1 2:19
- IRIS 2:24
- HENRY 2:58
- GLORIA 2:26
- GERALDINE 2:07
- FRED 2:03
- FRANCINE 3:38
- FANNY 4:07
- EMILY #2 2:57
- EMILY 2:38
- ELOISE 5:51
- EILEEN 3:54
- DOROTHY 2:01
- DORA 2:30
- DONNA 2:27
- DINA 1:56
- DIANA 2:23
- DELILAH 3:14
- DAVID 4:07
- DANIEL 3:53
- CORRINA 2:45
- CONNIE 2:47
- CLAIRE 2:33
- CHERYL 2:09
- CARRIE 1:54
- CAROLINE 2:27
- CAROL 2:18
- BRANDY 3:04
- BONNIE 2:55
- BERTHA 2:40
- BEVERLY 2:28
- BERNADETTE #2 3:03
- BERNADETTE 3:03
- BETH 2:51
- BEN 2:55
- BARBARA 2:23
- ARLENE 3:04
- ANNIE 3:09
- ANNE 2:36
- ANGIE 2:35
- ANGELINE 3:41
- ANGELA 3:15
- AMANDA 3:16
- ALISON 3:25
- ALICE 3:34
- AL 4:36
- ABRAHAM 3:22
- PAMELA 5:09
- RENEE 2:46
- JEANETTE The Monroes 4:07
- TRACY 2:13
- PEG 3:54
- SAMANTHA 3:30
- IZABELLA 3:30
- NIKKI 4:15
- NADINE 2:33
- ROBERTA 4:34
PENN MEDICINE – PRINCETON HEALTH PROGRAM
Memory, Aging and the Brain
WED. November 14 (2 – 3 p.m.)
Thank you Sheldon Opperman for coordinating this program
JULIETS HOLIDAY LUNCHEON
GAMES GAMES GAMES
WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGE
Sign-up for our December 10th Holiday Party begins Thursday, November 14th. Join us to celebrate the season with the style of the Blu Lilly Trio, an explosive group singing our favorite songs with a modern touch.
A lite dinner from Sir Ives will be served on the table.
In the holiday spirit, we will be collecting, at $10 value, unwrapped toys for children 4-11, no stuffed animals please, for Jamesburg Families In Need and gift cards for Target, Amazon, Wal-Mart or ShopRite for
The Arc, a cause dedicated to adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Proceeds from our 50/50 raffle will be donated to The St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
RSVP to Elaine Robin no later than November 30th with your completed table of 10/12. $25 per member.
Looking forward to a joyous evening
Harmony In Motion
This is a one year anniversary for Regency Club Harmony In Motion!
During our first year Harmony In Motion had six successful events.
We look forward to another successful year of Regency Club Harmony In Motion. We remind everyone to fill out their membership applications for 2018-2019 to join in the fun!
Membership dues are $5.00 per person or $10.00 per couple.
Please Save These Dates for Harmony In Motion Events: Saturday, December 1, 2018, Saturday, January 26, 2019, Saturday, March 2, 2019, Saturday, May 4, 2019, Saturday, July 6, 2019, Saturday, September 7, 2019, and Saturday, November 2, 2019.
On Saturday December 1, 2018, Harmony In Motion is hosting a Membership Event which is FREE for our Paid Members of 2018/2019. This event features DJ Skip Wade playing contemporary music for your listening and dancing pleasure. Desserts, coffee, tea and water will be served.
Please RSVP by FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9, 2018 to attend the Membership Event. Please RSVP with Table Reservations in the lower mailbox of either address below:
Monique F. Mainville
132 Masters Drive
John W. Chin
8 Riviera Drive
WOMEN’S GROUP BINGO
Sign-up is underway for Bingo, Monday, November 12th at 7pm! Open to all. Cash prizes, dessert served. $15 for 10 games. RSVP to Elaine Robin no later than November 3rd. Only one name per check accepted.
The British Invasion Years Concert — to benefit Temple B’nai Shalom
More than just the Beatles, this nostalgic musical tribute spans the entire 60s British Invasion era with music from BOTH sides of the Atlantic, and is three acts in one:
- The first act includes songs by iconic British groups such as The Zombies, Dave Clark Five, The Rolling Stones, The Hollies, Herman’s Hermits, Gerry and the Pacemakers, Manfred Mann and many others.
- The American Response follows, with music by such legendary artists as The Monkees, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Mamas and The Papas, The Turtles, Paul Revere & The Raiders, to name just a few.
- This journey through the 1960s concludes with a finale with songs from the four lads that started it all – The Beatles! The band says: “When we came up with the idea for a finale, we posed the question, ‘What if the Beatles had to perform their music today as the four-piece band they were?’. The result is truly astounding.”
The group has shared the stage with legendary artists such as The Beach Boys, Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band, Leon Russell, and many more.Tickets are $30 (plus a small processing fee to the ticketing agent) if prepaid prior to November 14th, or $35 at the door. They can be purchased online here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-british-invasion-years-concert-tickets-50566284117
Light refreshments will be available. Temple B’nai Shalom is located at 15 Fern Road in East Brunswick, NJ.
Watch a preview here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=So2DiqoiK-M and learn more at www.bnaishalom.com, www.britishinvasionyears.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/britishinvasionyears Any questions concerning the event can be addressed to fundraisingVP@bnaishalom.com or by calling 732-251-4300.
Regency Ethnic-Restaurant-Eat-Around (EREA)
Will Visit Southeast Asia in Freehold NJ
By Marty Feldman
My BR life, before retirement, took me all over the world. Some of my best memories came from trips to Southeast Asia. Therefore I was thrilled to learn of a BYOB restaurant opening locally that features the cuisine I so enjoy.
That is why I have arranged for the next EREA dinner, on November 11th to take place at that Southeast Asian restaurant. The menu will comprise dishes featuring the cuisines of Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, and Indonesia. A variety of appetizers, and entrees will be served and will offer a brief but satisfying introduction into the above mentioned cuisines.
The EREA is open to all Regency residents, with no membership fee, no commitments other than to the dinners you wish to participate in.
If you are interested and would like to participate, please call
THE REGENCY MEN’S CLUB
Is going to a hockey game on DECEMBER 7, 2018
AT 7:00 P.M.
Tickets are just $10:00!!!!
Get a car load of your friends and join us.
Princeton Tigers VS Arizona State Sun Devils.
Location; BAKER RINK-PRINCETON CAMPUS
PARKING NEAR BY LOT 6/7 ( WEST GARAGE).
CONTACT; ROGER WOOD 28 KINGS MILL ROAD
732 605 7022
RSVP BY NOVEMBER 10, 2018
Must be a paid up member. Dues are $30/year.Due NOW!!!
WE NEED TO KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE ATTENDING SO WE CAN HAVE SUFFICIENT SEATING. PLEASE RSVP!
MEN’S CLUB – PRINCETON HOCKEY GAME -DECEMBER 7TH
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A MESSAGE FROM YOUR FIRE COMMISSIONERS – JOEL KAPLAN, JERRY KAPLAN, JIM FISHER RE: CHANGE YOUR BATTERIES AND CLOCKS
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REGENCY REPORTER WINTER MAILING
THE LAUNCH OF A NEW COST SAVINGS PROGRAM FOR REGENCY RESIDENTS
(AN UPDATED FILE HAS JUST BEEN ADDED – 11/8/18. CHECK OUT THE NEW VENDORS WHO WILL BE GIVING REGENCY RESIDENTS DISCOUNTS)
Besides our regular Vendor List that Rich Strug provides us with, Rich Weinstein is also providing us with a list of vendors that will give Regency residents a discount if they go to their stores.
Click on the list to see who will do this and if you know other vendors who will give us discounts, contact Rich Weinstein. If you go to a store or restaurant make sure you know the contact person’s name
CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK TO SEE VENDORS WHO ARE PARTICIPATING SO FAR
WOMEN’S GROUP – TRIP TO BROOKLYN PLUS BINGO CANASTA INFO
Welcome to Brooklyn! Join us on our next bus trip as we eat and travel our way through a 4 1/2 hour nostalgic tour. We’ll have pizza at both the famous Grimaldi’s and L&B Spumoni Gardens, visit many movie sites and of course stop at landmarks Coney Island and the Boardwalk. $110.
Scheduled for Wednesday, May 1st, we want members to reserve their seats before the fall/winter travel season begins. The trip is limited to55 and a lottery method will be used to select envelopes, only 2 checks per envelope please.
RSVP to Elaine Robin beginning September 26th and no later than October 10th.
Bingo is back! Join us Monday, November 12th for this always requested evening. Open to all. Cash prizes, snacks, dessert and coffee served. $15 for 10 games. RSVP to Elaine Robin beginning October 16th and no later than November 3rd.
For those who have inquired, our Canasta Tournament will be Monday, May 13th. Save the date! Flyers to be available online and in the Clubhouse early in the new year. As a reminder, our $30 dues need to be paid in order to attend. Info to follow.
MEN’S CLUB – DUES ARE DUE
The Regency Men’s Club cordially invites you to join our EVENTFUL organization.
Come join us at our monthly general meetings. Have a bagel and …… while we are entertained by a guest speaker.
Some of our past events include Mother’s Day, Square Dances, Various Trips (Ballgames, Hockey, Golf outings, Mini Golf, Culinary Institute, The Manor, West Point, Lincoln Center, Newark, etc.), and many other activities.
As always we have our Men’s Club Paid Up Breakfast.
WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGES
We have received inquiries about our spring Canasta Tournament. Save the Date! It will be Monday, May 13th. Flyers will be available online and in the Clubhouse early in the new year. As a reminder, our $30 dues need to be paid in order to attend. Info to follow.
LETS TALK TURKEY 2018
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 14 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
Checks in the amount of $10 or more should be made out to “Play for P.I.N.K.” and dropped off in the lower mailbox at 175 North Masters Drive (Renee Tallody Chrietzberg). Please be sure to state your name and address at Regency.
Regency Men’s Book Club
The Regency Men’s Book Club will be meeting at the Clubhouse on the first Wednesday of the month at 4:00pm. All men are welcome. Please call Lou Flumen at 732-641-2495 if you are interested in joining or if you have any questions.
The books for our upcoming meetings will be:
12-5-18 ” March Violets” by Philip Kerr
1-2-19 ” When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi
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 the fitness room. A different topic will be explored each week.
(PLEASE JOIN US – OPEN TO ALL!!)
Class will begin again in May 2019.
LOOKING FOR VOLUNTEERS IT’S TIME TO VOLUNTEER AARP TAX AIDE PROGRAM
AARP is looking for a few good men and women to volunteer in the AARP Tax Aide program.
Training for all volunteers will be provided, previous experience is not a prerequisite.
So!! – Come and join your fellow residents, Art Cooper, Carl Silverman and John Palmer, in providing free tax preparations services to our residents and others in Monroe Township.
Call : Carl Silverman @ 732-521-1270 for further information.
MEN’S CLUB CALENDAR JULY – DECEMBER 2018
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AARP SMART DRIVER PROGRAM
DEC. 10 – 11
Classes will be held in the Tennis Pavilion, 6:30 – 9:30
$15.00pp FOR AARP members
$20.00pp for non-members
**Participants Must Attend Both Sessions for this Program**
AARP Smart Driver Program is designed to develop driving strategies and refresh safe driving skills to maintain your driving independence. Participants who take this course in New Jersey will receive a certificate of completion which could qualify you for a premium discount of 5% for three years. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A VALID NEW JERSEY DRIVERS LICENSE WITH A NEW JERSEY ADDRESS.
Sign up at the concierge today!
CONTACT: JEFF POVELL 732 531- 2602. House #
Or clubhouse for any questions you may have
2018 ROMEOS SCHEDULE
2O THE CABIN
4 JERRY & HARVEY
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 BOWLING CLUB
Regency bowling teams meet on Thursday evenings at 6:30 pm at the Knob Hill Country Lanes, 363 Route 33, Manalapan, NJ 07726, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org. All Regency men and women residents are invited -no matter what your skill level- to participate as guest bowlers. Call Larry Speichler 732-561-2791, LSpeichler@aol.com or Ping Eng, 732-521-5508, email@example.com more information.
OPEN PLAY DAILY MONDAY – SATURDAY 8:00AM TO 10:30AM NEWCOMERS WELCOME LEARN, PLAY EXERCISE, HAVE FUN LESSONS ALWAYS AVAILABLE
CURRENT VENDOR LIST ADDITIONS
We are pleased to welcome the following new vendor to the CVL:
NEED YOUR HELP!
This is the first time in an entire month that I have not received a recommendation from the Community to add a new vendor to our Community Vendor List.
PLEASE take a moment and email me the name and contact information of a vendor or service person who recently did exceptional work for you.
NEW VENDOR LIST NOVEMBER 2018
THAT’S IT FOR NOW
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