REMINDER SPRING FORWARD WITH YOUR CLOCKS TONIGHT
NOTE: SOMETIME THIS WEEK AN IMPORTANT EMAIL WILL GO OUT DEALING WITH A NEW GROUP (NON-HOA) THAT HAS BEEN FORMED
WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGES
Our flyers for our April events are out and we look forward to having you join us. Please remember that to do so, your 2018-2019 dues must be paid. Mail or leave a $30 check payable to Regency Women’s Group in the lower mailbox of Membership Vice-President Elaine Robin, 127 Country Club Drive.
On Monday, April 9th come enjoy “The Wit and Wisdom of Mah Jongg” with guest speaker, self-proclaimed Mah Jongg philosopher Karen Gooen. RSVP by April 1st to Harriet Fabrykant, 732-605-7008 or at email@example.com so we can provide for adequate seating and refreshments.
Sign-up for our April 23rd bus trip to Longwood Gardens begins Tuesday, March 16th. Our day includes a self-guided tour of the Gardens and then onto Kennett Square for lunch on your own and shopping. $45. RSVP to Harriet DiSalle, 102 Turnberry Drive. Envelopes will be opened at the end of the day. If the trip is overbooked we will use the lottery method by randomly selecting envelopes. Only 2 checks per envelope please. We cannot hold seats for this trip. If you are away, please have another member hand in your dues and trip checks.
Our Canasta Tournament will be Monday, May 14th. Flyer to be out the week of May 19th with sign-up beginning April 9th.
Regency Hadassah Invites You to Our 11th Annual Fashion Show
“Chapter Two” Our Second Decade
Fashions Provided by Ocean Grove Emporium
Monday, June 18, 2018 Regency Ballroom
5:30 Boutique Shopping Handbags, Jewelry, Clothing and Unique Gift Items
6:30 Elegant Kosher Dinner by Signature Creations
Models’ Hair Styling Donated by Strands Hair Lounge of Regency
Centerpieces Donated by the Ray Catena Dealerships of Freehold
Open to all Regency Hadassah Members and Regency Residents
$50 per person
Choice of main course:
Chicken ala Bruschetta____
Filet of Salmon_____ Penne Pasta Primavera_____
CHECKS PAYABLE TO: REGENCY HADASSAH
Put in lower mailbox of LESLIE KOHN 82 COUNTRY CLUB DRIVE
Please list the names of the people with whom you wish to sit on the back of this tear off.
One $50 check per person with meal choice. Include all checks in one envelope.
Tables of 10.
For parties of less than 10, we will complete the tables for you.
Questions? Call Karen Calder 732-521-0301 or Micki Indursky 732-536-0133
RSVP Beginning April 9th until sold-out
No Walk-ins! Advance Registration only!
The REGENCY MEN’S CLUB
MONTHLY MEEETING IS ON
Sunday March 25, 2018 at 10:00 A.M.
We are having as our speaker,
Dr. Anish A. Sheth.
Dr. Sheth is a graduate of Brown University and Brown Medical School. His internship was at University of Pennsylvania. His residency at the University of Pennsylvania. His fellowship at Yale University. He was an assistant professor in the Department of Medicine at the University School of Medicine at Yale and is currently co-medical director of the Center for Digestive Health at the University Medical Center of Princeton. He is also Director of the Esophageal program at the Medical Center of Princeton. Dr. Sheth has been a contributor on the Rachel Ray Show, Good Morning America, ABC News, as well as FOX News and many others. He has written 3 books; “What’s your poo telling you?”, ”What’s your pee telling you?” and “The Unconstipated Gourmet”. Dr. Sheth is the Gastroenterologist of a number of Regency Men’s Club members. Dr. Sheth will be discussing GERD and colorectal cancer followed by an interactive “Jepoardy-style” game to test you GI health.
MUST BE A PAID-UP MEMBER DUES ARE $30.00/ YEAR…September-August.
YES. Bagels and Coffee will be there for you.
The Regency Ethnic-Restaurant-Eat-Around Club(EREA) Will Visit Mongolia For A Mongolian Fire Pot Dinner And Never Leave The County
By Marty Feldman
Whether you call it Chinese hot pot, Mongolian fire pot, Shabu-Shabu or Swiss meat fondue, it all refers to cooking your food yourself, on your table in the broth of your choice and having lots of fun. The idea is a thousand years old dating to the Mongol invaders cooking their meals in water boiling in their metal helmets over open fires.
My initial experience with Mongolian fire pot occurred over 40 years ago when Flora and I were guests in the home of one of my colleagues, Peter Shen. Peter and his wife served us fire pot in their traditional equipment, brought by them from China; an intricately decorated chimney over a heated charcoal bed surrounded by a broth-filled bowl around the chimney and heated to a boil.
Raw thinly sliced meats, various vegetables and Asian greens, mushrooms, tofu, etc. were placed in front of us, and with the skewers and chopsticks provided we each cooked our preferred little bites of food. A variety of sauces, also on the table provided different dipping opportunities to customize the taste of each bite. The broth used was a chicken stock to which herbs and spices had been added for flavor and each skewer of food imparted additional flavor to the broth which continuously concentrated as water boiled off. Additional broth was added periodically to allow for further cooking.
The meal ended by the richly flavored broth now being served as a final(before dessert) course.
If you were here at Regency long enough you might remember that the The Regency Dining Club(predecessor to EREA) I ran did a Shabu-Shabu dinner with each of the host families receiving a pot for the cooking; a big success.
Now to the present; the EREA will be going to a local restaurant that
Specializes in a traditional Inner Mongolian hot pot cuisine featuring tabletop cooking served in a metal pot filled separately with two
different broths flavored with herbs and spices (see photo). Their original broth is flavored with Goji berries, black cardamom pods, ginseng and herbs whereas the spicy broth is flavored with chili oil and peppercorns.
The restaurant details: the dinner will be on Monday, April 30th, each diner will be supplied with items to be cooked in either broth and dipped, if desired in the sauce of their choice. The restaurant is BYOB however tea and soft drinks will be served, as requested, as part of the meal. The restaurant can accommodate tables of 4/6/8/10, so that if you wish to hot pot with friends, you may. The cost of the dinner is $40 per person and includes tax and tip.
FIRST ALERT WATER ALARMS
I mentioned in one of my emails that I have water alarms everywhere there are water pipes (undersinks, by the hot water heater, etc). Well lucky us that we were home when an alarm went off under our kitchen sink. The faucet that we pull out to wash around the sink started to leak and the alarm went off immediately. If we had no alarm, who knows how much water would have accumulated without our knowing. I change the batteries in these units at the same time I change my smoke detector batteries.
So as we say, “it is better to be safe than sorry”.
REGENCY WOMEN’S GROUP – FOREIGN FILM FESTIVAL
TUESDAY, MARCH 20TH at 1 PM in the BALLROOM
Maudie the 2017 movie starring Sally Hawkins and Ethan Hawke takes place in a remote village in Canada. This movie is based on the true story of Maud Lewis a physically challenged woman who overcomes many difficulties with a smile. She becomes a creative folk artist who has her paintings in museums. The acting is wonderful. The story is remarkable and inspiring. Sally Hawkins is also the star in the acclaimed movie The Shape of Water. 2 hrs.
A SITE THAT ALSO HAS INFORMATION SIMPLE TESTS TO DETECT A STROKE
JULIE WILNER GOLF OUTING MONDAY JUNE 11, 2018
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Attention Regency Men’s Club Members – Dinner and Movie Night
For this month’s Dinner and Movie to be held on Monday March 12th, we will once again be dining at City Streets in East Windsor at 5:00 p.m. After dinner, we proceed to the Picture Show Theater, 319 Route 130, East Windsor to see Red Sparrow starring Jennifer Lawrence. The picture starts at 6:45
Please contact Roger Wood (732-605-7022) if you plan on attending. We will need to make a reservation at the restaurant and need an estimate of the number attending. If you have room in your car or need a ride, carpooling will be available in front of the clubhouse
DATE: March 15th (Thursday)
TIME: 12:30 p.m.
PLACE: PAGILLO’S RESTAURANT
345 Route 9 South
TEL. #: 732-683-9999
This is a newly opened restaurant with a separate room so I thought we would give it a try. We will start with a grilled Tuscan vegetable appetizer w/focaccia with a choice of (5) entrees, including grilled chicken over spinach/mozzarella with balsamic glaze, grilled marinated shrimp over risotto with scampi sauce, eggplant rollatini, cranberry walnut salad with grilled chicken or grilled shrimp over mixed greens, and baked gnocchi. Pasta or side salad included. Soda, coffee & dessert.
Please contact Marie no later than March 13th if you plan on attending. Thank you.
TEL. #: 732-605-1309
FIVE CEMETARY PLOTS FOR SALE – BETH ISRAEL CEMETERY, WOODBRIDGE, N.J.
5 cemetery plots for sale. Beth Israel Cemetery, Woodbridge NJ Block 50. Will subdivide. priced to sell. Call 732-521-3001
MARRIOT ARUBA TIMESHARE AVAILABLE FOR THANKSGIVING WEEK
Gorgeous Oceanside view Marriott Aruba surf club 2 bedroom/2bath timeshare for thanksgiving week, November 18-25 only 2895 or best offer Contact Scott 917-306-6618
JOIN REGNCY HADASSAH ON MONDAY, MARCH 19 AT 7PM IN THE BALLROOM AT THE CLUBHOUSE TO WATCH THE UNDENIABLY POWERFUL MOVIE
On July 16, 1942, French police carried out an extensive raid on Jews in greater Paris, resulting in the arrest of more than 13,000 people — including 4,000 children. After spending several miserable days in the Vélodrome d’Hiver stadium at the apex of summer with little food or water, families were deported to internment camps elsewhere in France and then, finally, to Auschwitz. With its emotionally astute and sensitive exploration of a long taboo subject in France Jacques Chirac issued a public apology to the citizens of France only in 1995 — the raid, its political backdrop and the exquisite and poignant beauty of Paris during war time are brought to stirring life in writer-director Rose Bosch’s new French cinema classic.
THIS PROGRAM IS OPEN TO ALL, SPOUSES AND FRIENDS BUT PLEASE RSVP SO WE CAN PREPARE APPROPRIATELY TO GENIA AT
732-656- 4525/ E-MAIL TO GENHOW181@GMAIL.COM OR LESLIE AT 732-656- 1412or HOLEKOW@GMAIL.COM. NO RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED AFTER WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 . NO CALLS BEFORE 9AM OR AFTER 9PM PLEASE
WOMEN’S GROUP MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION
Regency Women’s Group
Important Dates: (Month/Day Only) NEW MEMBERS ONLY
Date of Wedding Anniversary: ……………………………………………………..
4/1/18-3/31/19 Dues are $30. Checks should be payable to Regency Women’s Group. Please remit to address below:
Membership Vice President
127 Country Club Drive
WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGES
Monday, April 9 at 7pm:
“The Wit and Wisdom of Mah Jongg,”led by speaker and author Karen
Gooen will be a fun-filled evening to enjoy. Come hear this
self-proclaimed Mah Jongg philosopher share her skills and stories.
RSVP to Harriet Fabrykant by April 1.
Monday, April 23:
As spring blooms, we will be enjoying a bus trip to Longwood Gardens.
We will leave at 8:15am and after exploring the Gardens, will head to
nearby Kennett Square for shopping and lunch on your own. $45.
Only 2 checks per envelope. Envelopes will be opened randomly at the end of the day, not in order of sign-up.
A lottery system will be used if the trip is overbooked.
RSVP to Harriet DiSalle beginning March 13 and no later than April 1.
Monday, May 14:
Canasta Tournament. Flyer out shortly.
April 9 Mah Jongg Speaker “The Wit and Wisdom of Mah Jongg” RSVP DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
April 23 Longwood Gardens Kennett Square, PA Lunch on your Own Cost $45 RSVP DATES 3/13-4/1 Must be 2017-2018 Member
May 14 Canasta Tournament RSVP DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
June 3 Father’s Day Brunch RSVP DATES TO BE ANNOUNCED
REGENCY MEN’S CLUB – STATE THEATER – APRIL 21, 2018
N.J. SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA
The Regency Men’s Club REVISED information for State Theater NJSO on
APRIL 21, 2018 @ 8:00 P.M.
Almost everything is the same;
PRICE; still $65.00 for PREMIUM SEATING.
Same program; Beethoven’s Piano Concerto #1,
Handel’s Suite #2 from Water Music
Mendelssohn’s Symphony #5 Reformation”
Levin Improvisations; Themes from audience.
Same people; Nicolas McMegan Conductor Robert Levin at the piano.
What’s revised? PLEASE RSVP BY MARCH 15,2018
Checks still payable to REGENCY MEN’S CLUB CONTACTS;
Allan Ellis 74 Beth Page Drive 732 521 0256
Steve Strauss 54 Beth Page Drive 732 656 0140
MUST BE A PAIDUP MEMBER. GO BY CARPOOLING!!!
HARMONY IN MOTION – SPRING FLING EVENT – MARCH 24, 2018
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AARP SMART DRIVER PROGRAM
APRIL 10 -11
JUNE 25 -26
SEPT. 24 – 25
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
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 –
March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day dinner, American Grill, Freehold
March 26 – 6 PM, Dinner and a Book Club – “The Alice Network” by Kate Quinn
April 4 – 7:30 – meeting, Tennis Pavilion, “The Health Benefits of Laughter”
April 30 – 6 PM, Dinner and a Book Club – “The Muralist” by B.A. Shapiro
MEN’S BOOK CLUB
The books for our upcoming meetings will be :
4/4/18 “The Rooster Bar” by John Grisham 5/2/18 “The Picture of Dorian Gray” by Oscar Wilde
6/618 “The Roosevelts:An American Saga” by Peter Collier
Contact Lou Flumen for any questions
NY Yankee Philadelphia Phillies Game June 25th 2018 Men’s Club Trip
For the first time ever in regular season play, the NY Yankees will play the Philadelphia Phillies in Philadelphia on Monday, June 25, 2018
We have 2 luxury buses traveling to the game. One bus is already filled and the second bus is half full. The price is $65 pp.
You must be a Men’s Club member. Wives, significant others, children and grandchildren are welcome.
Checks are to be made out to Regency Men’s Club and should be placed in the lower mailbox of Allen Glassman, 83 Riviera Drive.
2018 ROMEOS SCHEDULE MARCH THRU JUNE
20 HUNAN HOUSE
3 PRESTIGE DINER
10 THE CABIN
15 HUNAN HOUSE
29 CITY STREETS
5 JERRY & HARVEY
26 THE CABIN
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 Russ Porges, 732-561-2301,mailto: email@example.com, or Ping Eng, 732-521-5508, mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Contact either George Steinberg (Shuffleboard) or Carmine Carrara (bocce) to find out when the season will begin
Tuesdays at 3 p.m.
Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. Sundays at 9:30 a.m.
Contact George Steinberg at 732 605-9526
Meet at the courts Every Monday and Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Call – Carmine Carrara 732 656-3134
Sign up or just stop by the Bocce courts.
The Regency Chorus, under the direction of Sharon Scheckner, is looking for residents who enjoy singing, and love the camaraderie that our chorus can provide. Rehearsals would begin sometime in the spring. If you are interested in joining please contact Carol Kortmansky at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
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 732-605-0320, LLitsky@aol.com for more information.
REGENCY HADASSAH FASHION SHOW
This year Regency Hadassah will be extending our Fashion Show fundraising to raise funds specifically tagged for Hadassah Hospital research into Pediatric Oncology.
Here is the message from the Hadassah
Dear Members and Friends of Regency Hadassah:
Get ready for another wonderful evening as Regency Hadassah hosts our 11th Annual Fashion Show on June 18, 2018.
We are creating an Ad Journal to be distributed that evening. 100% of the proceeds from advertising will be given to Hadassah Hospital for Pediatric Oncology Research.
We are soliciting either full page ad $100, half page ad $50, quarter page ad $25 OR you can have your name listed as a booster supporter for $10.
Please join us in this effort to raise money for a worthwhile cause.
With Sincere Thanks – The Fashion Show Committee
Phone # _________________
Donated Amount __________________________________
Check # __________________________________
If donating quarter, half or full page ad – what would you like it to say?______________________________________________________________________________________
RETURN “CHECKS MADE OUT TO “REGENCY HADASSAH” TO EITHER:
Karen Calder 183 Tournament Drive
Micki Indursky 8 Memorial Court
Nina Wolff 10 Monterey Drive
Note: Hadassah’s IRS number for donations – EIN 55-1187738
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
CURRENT VENDOR LIST ADDITIONS
CVL is pleased to welcome the following new vendors to its list:
VERIZON WIRELESS/WIRELESS ZONE – listed under Communications Services
FARMERS INSURANCE – listed under Insurance
Thank you for supporting the CVL. Please send those vendor names and contact information to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We need your help in keeping the Community Vendor List growing. Please submit the name and contact information, via email, for your favorite vendor to:
NEW VENDOR LIST – MARCH 2018
THAT’S IT FOR NOW