EMAILER MESSAGES -JULY 31, 2021

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THE REGENCY REPORTER AUGUST 2021 ISSUE

JUST CAME OUT

CLICK ON LINK TO VIEW THE ISSUE OF THE REGENCY REPORTER

AUGUST REGENCY REPORTER

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THE MANY FACES OF REGENCY – JUST UPDATE

SO FAR MY LIST  SHOWS ABOUT 175 PICTURES OF REGENCY RESIDENTS. IF YOU ARE ON THE LIST CHECK TO SEE IF I HAVE THE CORRECT PICTURE

SCROLL DOWN SO THAT YOUR LAST NAME IS TOWARDS THE TOP OF THE PAGE SO THAT YOU CAN SEE THE ENTIRE PICTURE

IF YOU AREN’T ON MY LIST, SEND ME A PICTURE.

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FACES-OF-REGENCY-RESIDENTS-071721

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BIRTHDAY/ANNIVERSARY LIST JUST UPDATED

WOW!  I received lots of responses of residents to add their Birthdays, Anniversary’s to our list.  So here is the FINAL LIST.

Remember I add to each Saturday’s email those of us who have Birthday’s or Anniversary’s that week.

BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARYS BY LAST NAME 072521

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TO ALL FOOTBALL FANS
             THE SEASON BEGINS SEPT 9 2021

 

   IF YOU ENJOY FOOTBALL AND YOU WANT TO ENHANCE YOUR INTEREST IN THE WEEKLY GAMES 
   JOIN THE REGENCY FOOTBALL POOLS

 

   THERE ARE 2 POOLS ,THE REGENCY SURVIVOR POOL ( WINNER TAKES ALL) 
  AND REGENCY REGULAR FOOTBALL POOL  (WEEKLY WINNERS) OR BOTH


  LAST  YEAR WE HAD 58 PEOPLE IN THE REGULAR POOL AND 53 PEOPLE IN THE SURVIVOR POOL

   BOBBY BERNSTEIN, PHIL SLOAN AND JERRY SCOTT ARE THE COMMISSIONERS.

  IF YOUR INTERESTED AND HAVE QUESTIONS, E-MAIL JERRY SCOTT (slk501@aol.com)
   OR JUST FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS BELOW.


   IF YOU KNOW OF PEOPLE WHO MIGHT BE INTERESTED IN JOINING 

   PLEASE SEND JERRY SCOTT (slk501@aol.com)  THEIR EMAIL ADDRESS  AND I WILL SEND THEM AN INVITATON

    You have been invited to join a football pool.Jerry Scott is organizing a Regular Season Football Weekly Pick Pool.In order to join the pool, simply navigate to www.simplysportsware.com/JoinPoolWizard. and enter the following information:

Pool name: Regency People

Pool password: tollpeople
You have been invited to join a football pool.Jerry Scott is organizing a Regular Season Football Survivor Pool.In order to join the pool, simply navigate to www.simplysportsware.com/JoinPoolWizard and enter the following information:

Pool name: Regency Survivors
Pool password: tollpeople

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REGENCY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT

The next meeting of the Regency Digital Photography Club will be Thursday, August 5 at 4:00 PM in the Tennis Pavilion.  We will be following up on ideas raised at our last meeting. We will carry out a quick review of a few picture taking fundamentals and an introductory discussion of composition.  This will help us with our picture taking going forward and at our anticipated field trip.  Other items to be addressed that were assigned to our members include report out on possible field trip spots, results of obtaining a speaker to present use of the iPhone for picture taking, continued look at composition from an artists perspective and compiling a list of future meeting topics.  COVID restrictions now require all in attendance to wear masks in the Tennis Pavilion.  All residents are invited to check us out.

Expand your horizons in photography

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DO WE HAVE MORE CLUBS or GROUPS THAT I DON’T KNOW ABOUT?

While reading the terrific Regency Reporter I noticed two clubs that I never knew we had.  One is the CORNHOLE  group and the other is the WINE CLUB.  I know many residents would probably like to be part of these clubs so whoever runs these and other clubs that aren’t on my list below, please send me some information.

The funny part is that my wife bought the Cornhole game so that I could play with our kids and grandkids.  I have no clue how to score but my second toss, I asked, “if i knock in the “cornbag” and my bag goes in as well, do I get two points, everyone said yes and guess what, I got them both in.  It was fun.

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WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGE FLYER       

         IT’S BINGO NIGHT!

CLICK ON FLYER TO VIEW

REGENCY AND FRIENDS BOWLING LEAGUE
CLICK ON FLYER TO VIEW

 

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AUGUST 2021 VENDOR LIST JUST ADDED

Again, many thanks to Rich Strug for maintaining our VENDOR’S LIST.  Although there are no new vendors this month, the List contains changes and deletions

You will find the new link to the list at the bottom of the email.

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FUN TIME WITH MY GRANDCHILD

After I retired, I needed something to occupy myself, so I had all these sports cards and decided to sell them on EBAY.  Little did I know at that time, that many of my cards were very expensive.  

So when I sold something, I just didn’t put the money in my pocket.  I went out and purchased more things that I can sell.  Back in those years, Tiger Woods, was very popular so I made a decision to concentrate on Tiger Woods items.  I wanted items that were very rare and I found out  that in certain foreign countries they made stamp sheets with Woods on them.  I decided to buy out the market and I worked with a friend of mine to buy every stamp sheet of Woods (thousands).  I was even written up in sports magazines as the supplier of all of Woods stamp sheets.

One day, a guy wanted to come to my house to buy 3000 of Woods rookie stamp sheets.  My wife went nuts thinking about a stranger coming to our house.  So he came and gave me two bank checks (for me and my partner) and when he left I showed the checks to my wife and she changed her mind about the guy coming to our house.  Yes, it was for a lot of money but I kept buying and buying.  

When we moved to Regency, I moved over 350 cartons to an outside storage facility and I brought with me about 250 cartons of merchandise.  My attic was turned into a room that was sheetrocked and had AC and heating plus a regular staircase.  During  the height of my business I would take about 70 packages a day to the Post Office.

After many years of doing this I retired and I sold what was left to a dealer.

Now comes the fun part.  My grandson enjoys collecting cards as well.  Pokemon was one of his favorites.  So I asked him to bring over some cards and we both went on EBAY to see how much these cards are worth.  He was AMAZED.  Two cards were selling for $400 and $600.  Many of the other cards he had varied in price but many were in the $20-$40 range.  

So we decided we will open an account on EBAY and start selling (and buying).  I can’t tell you how excited he was in our being “partners.”  So this is a great way of getting even closer to your grandchildren.  

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SOME HISTORY ABOUT REGENCY

 

I purchased my home in 2001 and closed on my home in February 2002.  I was home number 32 to move in.  It is amazing that Toll is done building here at Regency.  During those early days, there were no models.  You would have to go to Jackson, where Toll built another community, to see what each home looked like. 

There was no sales office here at Regency.  Toll used a trailer on 522 as the sales office.  Of course there was no golf course or Clubhouse.  Toll was the HOA – and no residents served on the HOA. 

Now  here is an  interesting fact that 99% of us didn’t know about.  I served on a committee with several other residents to talk about our second clubhouse.  What we did and it was approved by Toll, was the following:

  1. Expand our current clubhouse ballroom by 2000 sq ft.
  2. We will allow Toll to build 3 additional homes and will support this with the Township
  3. Our second Clubhouse can be built, less 2000 sq ft to compensate Toll for the expansion of the original clubhouse

The second clubhouse was to be built exactly like our first clubhouse but with 2000 sq ft less.  Many, even a Board member said that this was not true.  I went to a very respected individual in our community, who was on the committee and asked him whether or not we agreed with Toll about building a second clubhouse, like our first, but with 2000 sq. ft. less.  His answer was YES!  This was part of our agreement (which of course was never put into writing). 

To some degree, did we need a second clubhouse, like our first clubhouse?  My answer today would be NO!  Our HOA fees would be MUCH HIGHER and just building a Tennis Pavilion was probably best for us.

 I started emailing because of Toll.  When he was building homes, we had many issues.  Trying to solve these issues individually was impossible.  He did care when it was 20+ residents complaining and I wasn’t liked by Toll since I brought us all together through emailing. Toll then started taking care of all our problems and trust me, at the beginning. there were many, including driveways that sloped more than 12 degrees.  They had to fix the driveways or pay us $4000 to accept the problem.  Even the AC units.  We all can have the same exact house but they put in whatever AC unit they wanted.  They had to change my downstairs 3 ton unit to 4 ton when I pointed out all the exact same homes, as mine, had 4 ton. 

I even challenged Mayor Pucci at a town hall meeting about age requirements of those living in adult communities.  I had over 100 residents, at that time, come to the meeting for support.  I started my talk and Pucci interrupted and said, Ron you can do whatever your community decides to do… At that time some residents had kids living with them.  Some kids were handicapped and their parents took care of them.  Some kids were going through problems and moved in with their parents on a temporary basis.  So, if we had one or two senior’s  buying a home, but they had to be responsible for a 5 year old, the senior’s were given the okay to have the 5 year old live with them.  Before my meeting with the Town Council and Pucci, I did a lot of research into age requirements for senior communities.  You would be surprised what the Federal regulations allowed.  Even if you wanted your kids to live with you, the regulations would permit it if they were “caretakers”.  I think Pucci knew that I knew about the law since I passed the word through residents, who knew Pucci, to let him know about the regulations.

Now, how did the Men’s Club get formed.  Remember in those days we had NO clubs.  A bunch of guys were eating lunch and Larry Ehrlich, our first President, said, we should form a Men’s Club.  So I said, Larry, since you brought it up, you are our President.  Irv Shatsky, a former resident, was writing something, so of course he became our Secretary.  I was looking and calculating the bill, so I became the Treasurer.  Now who should be our VP?  Well, Steve Baliff, was laughing all through this discussion, so we appointed him VP.  He stopped laughing. 

It’s funny how the Men’s ROMEO’S first started.  Six of us went out to lunch.  Then a few residents asked if they can join us the next time we go out.  Then we decided to have Tuesday’s as our day out for lunch.  Bob Isaacs named us the ROMEO’S (RETIRED OLD MEN EATING OUT). At some of our luncheon’s we had over 50 guys.  I did this for a few years but then I started playing golf on Tuesday’s, so Rich Lans took it over and it still exists today.  Rich has done a terrific job and now that I am not playing golf, I do enjoy going out for lunch on Tuesdays.  New men residents should join us.  Rich introduces new people to our group and it is a great way of making friends.

Now as far as Men’s Golf, yes, I got involved with developing a group of guys to go golfing on Wednesday’s.  I did this for many years but Larry Ehrlich helped me deal with the scheduling.  Why?  Because we had 60+ regulars and about 70 subs so it really became too much of a job, so thank you Larry.  Bob Isaac’s took over when I started playing golf on Tuesday’s with another group.  Eventually everyone formed their own groups. 

I have to mention one club – THE BOWLING CLUB.  We had men’s bowling and couples bowling.  I belonged to both.  It was not only fun but hilarious.  First, if I bowled 100, which was a very high score for me, I insisted on getting a trophy.  Now, Greta is another type of bowler who had so many trophies that to take them to Regency, I would have to rent a separate UHAUL.  When we lived in our other home, she was bowling every week.  One day she bowled a 235, 220 and a 212 in one three game series.  They called Greta when it was time to give out trophies and asked if it would be okay to give trophies to the person(s) who came in second to all of her number one wins.  She basically won all the trophies that year.  Then in couples bowling one of our comedian friends, runs up to the line with the ball and just slides halfway down the alley with the ball and then releases the ball and all the pins go down.  He yelled “ I GOT A STRIKE”.  Well we all laughed but then he goes to the guy who informs the bowling alley about someone who bowls a high game and we hear the following  (“XX (name) just bowled a 335”). 

We also had a few Management Companies prior to First Residential and Stephanie.  Trust me, what we have today, is so much better then what we use to have.  Stephanie and her group are always thinking of ways of enhancing what we have and from what residents tell me (prior to COVID)  everything is just amazing especially all the programs that have been implemented.

Once we started to have various functions at the Clubhouse, I will always remember one function where guys dressed up as girls.  One guy, who I know very well, had a blonde wig, lipstick, makeup and a dress.  He/she looked so amazing but he//she refused to allow me to kiss he/she. 

I just wish that every new resident enjoys Regency just like we did in the “good old years”.  Times do change but we will always remember some of the crazy days of Regency. 

So this fills you in on some of the things that we enjoyed over the years.  My emailing has now reached 2000.  When I had 100, I thought that was a lot.  So keep enjoying and above all, stay well.

Ron

AND NOW FOR THE MOST DIFFICULT DECISION I HAVE EVER MADE

As I mentioned, in the early days of Regency I was the photographer of all the different programs we ran and also for the great shows residents put on.  I did make discs that were given to all the residents who were living here at the time.  The Men’s Club basically paid for the disks.

I have avoided showing everyone how much fun we had in those days because it does have pictures of those residents who have passed away.  Believe me, I cried!  It was to some degree seeing friends I miss so much.  Yet, it brought back memories of all the fun things we did together.  

Those of you who lost a love one, it will be your decision if you want to watch these two slideshows.  Trust me, I found it very difficult.

So I made a link to both slideshows.  The one you should watch first says PRE.  This will show you all the many different activities we had in those days.  I just hope that now we can begin enjoying our lives here in Regency.  

Once you click on the link, just click on the first one that says PRE.  It will take a little time to download, so be patient because it is worth it.  Those of us who remember those days, this will certainly put tears in your eyes as well.  

HERE IS THE LINK, THEN CLICK INVITE.  REMEMBER IT IS A BIG FILE SO IT WILL TAKE SOME TIME TO DOWNLOAD.  WHEN THE DOWNLOAD FINISHES, CLICK ON IT ONCE OR TWICE, THEN CLICK RUN.

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WHEN DONE WITH THE FIRST SLIDESHOW CLICK ON THE LINK AGAIN TO SEE THE SECOND SLIDESHOW. .

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https://invite.bublup.com/kfX_v_7yWBd6

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BRONX CLUB PAID UP BREAKFAST

The Regency Bronx Club will be having its annual paid up breakfast Sunday October 3 at 10 am in the clubhouse. Dues ae $30 per family $15 single.  

A full hot breakfast will warm your bellies and then laugh your heads off at the funny humor of Tim Hayes.
If you have not paid your dues please make out a check o the Regency Bronx Club and place it in the lower mailbox at 12 Crenshaw court .. new members invited to join us
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2020 NJ SENIOR FREEZE (PROPERTY TAX REIMBURSEMENT)
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Hopefully many of you have received a check for this program.  To see if you qualify go to:
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https://www.state.nj.us/treasury/taxation/ptr/eligibility.shtml
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FINALLY, OUR NEW FIREHOUSE IN NOW OPEN
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Our firehouse on Schoolhouse Road is completed. We will be providing 24/7/365 fire protection and Emergency Medical Services, with fully paid professional firefighters and  EMT.      
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Fire Commissioners  Joel Kaplan and Gerald Kaplan .
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ZUCKERBERG YIDDISH CLUB PRESENTS
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CLICK ON FLYER TO VIEW 
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REGENCY SINGLES 
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DO ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SINGLES

ALL REGENCY SINGLES ARE WELCOME

COME JOIN US!

WE MEET THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH

MEMBERSHIP IS $30

Upcoming Events –

August 4 – 7 PM, Game Night and Ice Cream Social, in the Tennis            Pavilion

August 13 – 6 PM,  Membership Appreciation Barbecue Night, at the Clubhouse Breezeway near the Grill Room

August 28 – 12 PM, “A Day at the Races,”  Monmouth Park Racetrack

September 1 – 7 PM, Cooking Demonstration, “No Bake Appetizers,”  in theTennis Pavilion

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DOES ANYONE KNOW  A  GOOD PARTY HELPER?

Any one knows about party helpers, looking for one on Dec.8 at home . Kindly advise, will be highly appreciated.

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skhurana@comcast.net  OR call me at 732-874-3102

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A MESSAGE FROM THE BOCCE CLUB

Dear fellow Bocce members -in light of the recent bout of volatile weather that has resulted in the postponement of our games, we will establish standing alternate dates and times as follows:

Tuesday at 6pm will be the make-up time for games that may be canceled on the immediate previous Monday and Thursday at 6pm will be the make-up time for games that may be canceled on the immediately previous Wednesday.

I hope that this safeguard will enable us to optimize our weekly playing time with minimal disruption to our other schedule activities.

Best
Carmine

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BOCCE RAIN DAYS MESSAGE

Dear fellow Bocce members –

In light of the recent bout of volatile weather that has resulted in the postponement of our games, we will establish standing alternate dates and times as follows:

Tuesday at 6pm will be the make-up time for games that may be canceled on the immediate previous Monday and Thursday at 6pm will be the make-up time for games that may be canceled on the immediately previous Wednesday.

I hope that this safeguard will enable us to optimize our weekly playing time with minimal disruption to our other schedule activities.

Best
Carmine

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THE REGENCY MEN’S CLUB WILL BE GOING INTO SPACE
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Please note that this is the CORRECTED FLYER.
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CLICK ON PICTURE TO VIEW
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WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S
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I am the Captain of Team “Phil’s Fans.”  Starting with my grandmother Millie, my life has been impacted by watching loved ones struggle with the difficulties of this disease.  Now I have several friends and relatives, including my wonderful brother-in-law, Phil Garfinkle, who are facing the challenges of living with dementia. Perhaps some of you also have loved ones challenged by dementia. A cure needs to be found for this devastating illness!
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Please consider sponsoring me by making a contribution to raise funds towards this worthy cause at the Walk to End Alzheimer’s.  
The link for making donations online is:
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or you can call me, and I will drop off a form in your mailbox, if you want to send a check.
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The Walk for the Mercer/Middlesex chapter is on Sunday, Sept 19th in Veterans Park, 2206 Kuser Rd,  Hamilton Township, NJ.  Or you can walk with my niece Lisa and me in West Orange on Sunday, Sept 12th, in South Mountain Recreation Complex, 9 Cherry Lane. Registration for either is at 8:30 am followed by a ceremony, and the walk of 2 miles starts at 10:00 am.
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Thank you in advance for your support.  
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Geri Garfinkle 12 Riviera Drive         845 706-3355
 
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PING PONG IS BACK
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Ladies ping pong is back. Starting this Friday 7/2 and every Friday from 3 PM to 4 PM in the all purpose room (next to the indoor pool). Everyone is welcome no matter what skill level.  Come and have fun.

Harriet Silverstein 
 732-561-2449
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REGENCY EREA KOREAN DINNER SET FOR AUGUST 8TH

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The Regency EREA is ready to hold its first post-pandemic dinner at a local Korean restaurant. The cost is $41 per person and includes tax and tip. This dinner will provide both Korean Hot-Pot and Korean BBQ along with the traditional banchan(side dishes) and dipping sauces.

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The “EREA (Ethnic-Restaurant-Eat-Around)” has no membership fee, no meetings, and you are under no obligation to attend any dinner other than those you wish to attend. If you’re interested in participating and meeting new or old friends you can call me to reserve a spot and put your name on my email list. Also, call if you have any questions.

Marty Feldman

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A MESSAGE FROM NEWS & VIEWS, REGENCY’S CURRENT EVENTS CLUB” (RUN UNTIL 7/31/21)
NOTE CHANGE:  
The meeting room has been changed to Ballroom 2 (because of the Covid variant), and that the first meeting in August will be August 10, a Tuesday, rather than the 9th. 
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News & Views, Regency’s Current Events Club, is happy to welcome back all members and new members of every background and every view. We generally send proposed agendas to all members in advance of a meeting.
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You are welcome to attend without being on our email list and without your telling us that you will be attending.  We will resume our previous schedule, meeting on the second and fourth Mondays of each month from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. We will meet in the multi-purpose room on the spa level of the Clubhouse. If you would like to be added to our email list, please furnish your email address by contacting any of us by phone: 1) Marcia and Mike Midler at 732-656-9293; 2) Phil Sloan at 732-605-0338; and 3) Bert Busch at 732-521-2713. If you get voice mail, please leave your name and email address. Our July meetings will take place on July 12 and 26. We really look forward to getting together again.”
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Good Morning
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The Regency Women’s Group has always been charitable, donating to causes dear to our members. As we resume our meetings, we will also select and support causes you want us to consider.
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We ask those members with a special charity in mind to attend. We will be taking organization names that you have selected, at the beginning of the meeting, with each 50/50 raffle drawing going to one that was selected. Those charities not selected will receive a small contribution as well.
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Going forward, we ask members, signing up for future events, to honor both the beginning and end event dates listed in each flyer. In fairness, we will not be collecting checks for each event early, and need to be able to report an accurate attendance number to the caterer/venue at the closing date in the flyer.
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Thank you and looking forward to seeing you soon.
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MEN’S CLUB METS/PHILLIES BASEBALL GAME AUGUST 6TH

.CLICK ON FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION

METS PHILLIES BASEBALL GAME AUGUST 6TH

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SLIDESHOW – POSSIBLE HOMES THAT RESIDENTS WHO LEFT REGENCY MIGHT HAVE PURCHASED

I thought about those residents who left Regency and what homes they might have purchased.  So I put together a slideshow showing what might be where they are currently living

 

 

 

 

YOU KNOW I AM JUST JOKING ABOUT RESIDENTS BUYING THOSE HOMES THAT ARE IN THE ABOVE SLIDESHOW.  HOWEVER, THIS SLIDESHOW, WITH 30 HOMES, IS MORE LIKE WHAT A RESIDENT, WHO LEFT REGENCY, WOULD BUY

 

 

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Harmony in Motion, now renamed Dancing in the Moonlight

It’s great to have HARMONY IN MOTION back now as DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT.  Sheryl Siegel at 24 Tamarack is the President.

August 28, 2021, ” DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT ” committee is hosting their first event at The Regency Clubhouse.  If you wish to purchase tickets, go to the clubhouse on Friday, July 16, 2021, from 10 am to noon, with names for 8 people at your table.
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Tables of 8 are limited due to Covid restrictions. .Please bring checks for each attendee, or couple. (Entrance fee: $10 for singles, $20 for couples)
Checks should be made out to “Regency Dance Club”
Please make sure there is a name, address, and contact phone number on each check
Residents only
We will have more amazing details to follow…and look forward to seeing you on the dance floor!

CHECK OUT THE FLYER. CLICK ON LINK TO SEE WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT

DANCING

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COME JOIN OUR 3D ART GROUP!

SEE HOW MUCH FUN YOUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS ARE HAVING

THURSDAY’S 10:00AM – 12:00 PM

BALLROOM 3

FOR MORE DETAILS EMAIL RENEE HOROWITZ AT 

reneelh222@aol.com

OR

CLAIRE CASTELLANOS AT

CMCASTELLANOS812@GMAIL.COM

*NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

IF YOU ARE CREATIVE AND NEED AN OUTLET, THIS GROUP IS FOR YOU!

CLICK ON LINK TO SEE FLYER

3D Art Group

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A MESSAGE FOR BRIDGE PLAYERS

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Attention all Bridge players. Open bridge has started up again.  We meet in the Multi purpose room/Lower level clubhouse Fridays at 1:00. Hone up your skills. All levels of player are invited
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Thanks
Art
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Regency Scrabble Club
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Meets on Thursdays evenings at seven o’clock in the multi-purpose room and on Monday afternoons at 1 o’clock in Ballroom 3.

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

(732) 492-0921
linlit32@gmail.com

RAMBO (Regency At Monroe Bridge Organization) IS BACK!

 
WE’RE DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE RETURN OF DUPLICATE BRIDGE AT REGENCY!

We’ll be starting our regular games on Tuesday Evenings, starting on June 8. The games will start at 7:00PM, so we urge players to come a little early to help us make sure that everything’s in order.
 
OUR GAMES – UNTIL OTHERWISE ANNOUNCED – ARE FOR RESIDENTS ONLY!
 
VACCINATION CERTIFICATES ARE MANDATORY – DON’T COME WITHOUT ONE!
 
THERE WILL BE NO SNACKS OR BEVERAGES AVAILABLE – BRING YOUR OWN.
Both the clubhouse staff (and us) need to spend enough time to assure everybody that we’ll be able to ‘run’ easily and fully up-to-date with our equipment (including batteries).
 
Please spend the coming week refreshing your skills and convention knowledge!
 
We look forward to meeting all our old friends and to welcoming all new interested residents.
 
Best Regards,
 
Don Haback
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ROMEO’S ARE BACK
(Retired Old Men Eating Out)
NOTE:  THIS WAS JUST REVISED ON 7/25/21
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AUGUST

3  FOODIES

10  CITY STREETS

17 PICKLED HERRING

24 MAIETTAS

31 ZINNAS

SEPTEMBER

7  JEWISH NEW YEAR

14 HUNAN HOUSE

21 CITY STREETS

28 FRESCO

OCTOBER

5   FOODIES

12 ZINNAS

19 FRESCO

26 CITY STREETS

NOVEMBER

2  HUNAN HOUSE

9  MAIETTAS

16 TOWN DINER

23 PICKLED HERRING

30 CITY STREETS

DECEMBER

7  FOODIES

14 FRESCO

21 ZINNAS

28 TOWN DINER

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THE NOSTALGIA MUSIC MACHINE

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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. 

http://thenostalgiamachine.com/

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WHO TO CONTACT WHEN YOU WANT TO JOIN A CLUB?
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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.

(rongreta@gmail.com)

Thank you Nina Wolff for providing us with the names of residents who can be contacted if we are interested in joining a Club

News & Views Current Events Club: 1) Bert Busch 732-521-2713; 2) Phil Sloan 732-605-0338; and 3) Mike and Marcia Midler 732-656-9293

Shuffleboard – George Steinberg

Bocce – Carmine Carrara

Women’s Group – Barbara Wilner or Elaine Robin
Hadassah Karen Ross, Linda Grossman, or Annette Kushner
Men’s Club – Steve Rich

Poker Club –  Frank Gottlieb   732-995-8109   

Bowling Club – Neil Diamond nmdiamond@aol.com
Yiddish Speaking Group – Lou Flumen
Yiddish Club – Rich Lans
Regency Singles Club  – Please call Linda Litsky, Membership                                               Chairperson, at 732-492-0921 or email                                               me LinLit32@gmail.com
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Indian-American Club – Anil Shah
Italian American Club – Bunny Reddington & Phyllis Sofo
                                                          
Veterans – Harry Herbst
Bronx club – Ted Shuster – 732- 6561355
Tennis – Steve Brody skbrody@gmail.com
Photography Club – Howard Wichansky 732-605-9777
Hiking – Doug Poye  dougpoye@gmail.com     (732) 605-7034
Women’s Poker – Shelly Senack
EREA – Couples Dining – Marty Feldman

Regency Car Club  – Steve Schnell Cell 248-933-5135  Schnell_45@hotmail.com

RAMBO (the Regency at Monroe Bridge Club )

     Don Haback, President
     11 Torrey Pines Drive
     908/839-8885 (cell) – preferred
     732/656-7675 (home)

 

Regency Book Club – Judi Zipkin
Regency Scrabble Club 
Linda Litsky. Email Linlit32@gmail.com or Text 732-492-0921
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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

rongreta@gmail.com

Thanks

Ron

UPCOMING BIRTHDAYS AND ANNIVERSARY’S – NOTE:  FORMER RESIDENTS ARE ON THE LIST SINCE YOU MIGHT STILL KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THEM

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FELICE MICHAEL JULY      23 B
CHERET SHARON & BOB JULY      23 A
CHU NAI JULY      23 B
FRANS MARTHA JULY      23 B
KAYE LORRAINE JULY      23 B
LEONARDI VIVIAN JULY      23 B
MUNOZ ANN & AL JULY      23 A
PERRINE PHYLLIS & FRED JULY      23 A M
PINE JANET JULY      23 B
RIBACK STEVE JULY      23 B
ROSE DEBORAH JULY      23 B
SACHS RONNIE BETH JULY      23 B
SCHOENBERG JEANETTE JULY      23 B
STRUG SHEILA JULY      23 B
RIZZO FRANK JULY      24 B
ENG PING JULY      24 B
CALVACCA JOSEPH JULY      24 B
KLAUSMAN JOEL JULY      24 B
KOHN HOWARD JULY      25 B
LEVINE BIBI JULY      25 B
LEWIS MARGARET & JOHN JULY      25 A
BOCCONE JOHN JULY      26 B
GOODKIN PHYLLIS JULY      26 B
OFFENBERG LES & DAVE JULY      26 A
ROSENBAUM HELENE & JEFF JULY      26 A
SCHWARTZ MARSHA & MARK JULY      26 A
BARRETT MARK JULY      27 B
FARRON STEVE JULY      27 B
SPERLING NANCY & GEORGE JULY      27 A
BRACCO PHIL JULY      28 B
GRANETT PAUL JULY      28 B
RUDDER SHEILA JULY      28 B
SPECTOR MORTON JULY      28 B
STEINBERG RANDY JULY      28 B
DELMAN DAVID JULY      28 B
TROIANO JUDY JULY      28 B
WALLMAN LINDA JULY      28 B
CUCCINIELLO VANDA JULY      29 B
DiGIACOMO PETER JULY      29 B
DRESCHER FERN JULY      29 B
GRISANCICH MARY JULY      29 B
KELLER DONNA & BUD JULY      29 A
SCHWARTZ SHELLY JULY      29 B
VANDENBROUCK JANICE JULY      29 B
ALBERT ARTHUR JULY      30 B
PULLMAN MORT JULY      30 B
SEIDEL STEVE JULY      30 B
SMULOFSKY ROBIN JULY      30 B
STUBY DEBORAH JULY      30 B
BUXBAUM ELLEN & ALAN JULY      31 A
ESSERMAN ROZ & BOB JULY      31 A
FEINGOLD JUDY JULY      31 B
MAIL LINDA & DAVID JULY      31 A
SILVERMAN GLORIA JULY      31 B
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REGENCY RESIDENTS ADS

  1. They will be located together instead of all over the place in my emails
  2. They will be located towards the bottom of the main page
  3. Next to each ad will be the expiration date of when it will be coming off of my website
  4. Once the item(s) expire, these items will no longer be added to my website.  You may  add other items.
  5. The headings will be in BLUE to signify it is an ad.
  6. i will now list the ads below along with the expiration date
  7. ONLY ONE PICTURE WILL BE ADDED IF REQUESTED

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IN NEED OF A RENTAL (EXPIRES 8/29/21)

In need of a rental for a couple who have a small 35 pound dog as of Sept. 1st.  Minimum requirements: 2 bedrooms 2 baths and a 1 car garage.
732-887-3539.
Please let me know.

Irene Daniels

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LOOKING  TO RENT IN FLORIDA (EXPIRES 8/25/21)

Wanted- Seasonal rental in Boca Raton/Del Ray Florida area
Looking to rent for January, February, March and  maybe April 2022. Will look at 1 or 2 Bedroom

Must be in a gated community with a clubhouse and pool
Please call David at 732-672-8430

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LOOKING TO RENT IN FLORIDA (EXPIRES 8/18/21)

Couple looking for winter rental

We’re looking to rent a condo for ourselves for January February and March 2022 in Delray Boynton area.  Please call us at 908-415-4576.

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The Best of the Eagles  (EXPIRES 8/15/21)

 Strand Theater. Mannesquan

will sell 2 and 2 if needed
4 orchestra   tickets  row k seats 213-210
August 7  8pm

$53.00/TICKET

Cheryl Tosk. 18 Turnberry Dr

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FURNITURE FOR SALE (EXPIRES 8/2/21)

All in excellent condition!

Drexal Heritage credenza.                                        $450.00
Drexal Heritage painted Asian style dining chairs $450.00
Ralph Lauren cocktail table  36×45”.                       $500.00
Bernhardt settee.                                                       $350.00
Painted chest with built in wine rack.                      $175.00

Pictures available on request.
Other furniture available.    732-616-1034

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CUSTOM MADE WINDOW TREATMENT (EXPIRES 8/2/21)

Balloon style custom made window treatment. Beautiful taffeta fabric . Fits window in guest bedroom of Bay Hill model. 70-in long. 22in drop. All hardware included. $75

Contact Gail  at 201-400-1321
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Wicker rocking chair w/custom pillows…..matching table (Expires 7/27/21)
Phone   Al  941-484-3889

DINING ROOM TABLE AND CHAIRS FOR SALE (EXPIRES 7/25/21)

Beautiful dining room table with six matching chairs. Table has two built in expandable leaves. $500

Contact 
David Delman  18tdrive@gmail.com

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MOVING SALE (EXPIRES 7/24/21)

  • Piano

A magnificent HIGH GLOSS WHITE Wurlitzer butterfly baby grand piano.  This little piano is known as the Butterfly Grand built by the famous Rudolph Wurlitzer Piano & Organ Company in about 1938. This piano has 73 notes rather than 88 notes, but is otherwise a normal, conventional piano in every way. Wurlitzer built only a limited number of these little pianos during the 30s and 40s era. They were designed for smaller homes and apartments of the era, making them ideal for people with limited space for a baby grand. Sadly, there are very few of these little pianos left in existence today. They are very rare and desirable among collectors and musicians alike. When tuned to standard concert pitch, it can be used as a normal piano for daily use. It has an impressive tone for its small size! The HIGH GLOSS WHITE finish makes for an exciting focal point in any home!    $5000

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  • Tan Leather couch 6 foot    $100
  • Antique desk and chair

Must See! Magnificent distressed oak with parquet surface, carved legs with claw feet, on center draw.    $750

  • Curio cabinet Glass, lighted, side access, 72x36x15   $100
  • Upholstered love seat (white linen) converts into single sleeper bed $50
  • Upholstered king-size bed frame and headboard Magnificent tan microfiber    $200
  • 4-piece wood bedroom set triple dresser, armoire, 2 night tables   $150

Call 732-513-9496 or email for more pictures: bsr4447@hotmail.com

SOFA FOR SALE (EXPIRES 7/20/21)

Sofa from Macy’s Furniture. This microfiber sofa is 87” long x 37” deep x 30” high. The color is Bella Mocha. It is very heavy and in used good condition. All pillows and seat cushions have zippers. We are replacing with a sofa bed. $75.00 or best offer.

FURNITURE FOR SALE (EXPIRES 07/19/21)

Solid wood, clawed foot, antique reproduction desk and chair. Both in excellent condition. Desk is 48″ wide, 26 deep, and 30.5 tall with five drawers. The middle drawer locks with an old-fashioned key. The chair is 17.5″ wide, 17 deep, and 46 high.
Desk $250.00. Chair $50.00.
Offers expire July 9th.
CONTACT LLOYD  ZEITMAN  llzeitman@gmail.com
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IF YOU WANT TO ADD A VENDOR CLICK ON THIS LINK

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CURRENT LIST OF ALL VENDORS  – AUGUST 2021

Although there are no new vendors this month, the List contains changes and deletions

CLICK ON LINK

CVL-AUGUST 2021

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TO CONTACT OUR VENDOR MAN – RICH STRUG CLICK ON THIS LINK
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2021 HOA PUBLIC BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE

2021 Public Board Meeting Schedule

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REGENCY DEFIBRILATORS LOCATIONS

CLICK ON LINK
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SYMPTOMS OF A STROKE
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Hopefully this will never happen to any of us but it is a video that tells us about the symptoms of a stroke.
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COMMUNICATION RESOURCES

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.

National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mt. Holly www.weather.gov/phi for Northeast NJ Counties, visitwww.weather.gov/nyc

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New Jersey Office of Emergency Management – ready.nj.gov

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ReadyNJ Alerts & Updates Blog: readynj.wordpress.com
Social Media – Social media is used by the NJOEM, and by emergency managers statewide.

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NJOEM on Facebookwww.facebook.com/READYNEWJERSEY

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NJOEM on Twitter:
 www.twitter.com/ReadyNJ

NJ State Police on Facebook: www.facebook.com/NewJerseyStatePolice

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NJ State Police on Twitter:
 www.twitter.com/NJSP
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Alerts – Mobile / Text (SMS) & E-Mail 

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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
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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.
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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.

 

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THAT’S IT FOR NOW 

RON

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