BIRTHDAYS & ANNIVERARIES – JULY
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MESSAGE FROM STEVE RIBACK REGARDING MT. MILLS TRAFFIC
First, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank those of you who attended the Town Council meeting on July 5th to support the issue I raised concerning the traffic on Mounts Mills Rd. Your presence certainly added to our argument.
As an update, I would like to notify you that this morning, I received an email from our town engineer, Mark Rasimowicz. He informed me that Mayor Tamburro has corresponded with the County Administrator and Engineer. In his written correspondence, he requested that the County evaluate the intersection of Mounts Mills Rd and Englishtown Rd to determine the necessary measures to improve that intersection. This is a required first step toward any improvements to that intersection. Mr. Rasimowics also has reached out to the County Engineer directly.
At that meeting, I also requested that they look into creating dedicated left turn lanes into Monroe Parke’s commercial area from Mounts Mills Rd. Mr. Rasimowics informed me that they are not proposed by the developer at this time; however, he understands our concern and said that he will monitor the Mounts Mills access as the site develops. When the applicant returns to the board it can be revisited. There are, however, left-turn lanes proposed off of Spotswood Englishtown Rd into the development and at the proposed traffic signal at Spotswood Enlishtown and Mounts Mills.
This is only a step and I am grateful to the mayor as well as Marc Rasimowics for their quick and positive response to our concerns. But we must continue to bring this issue to the town government whether it be in writing or addressing the Town Council. I am still concerned that the current plans do not show a dedicated left turn lane into Monroe Parke from Mounts Mills Rd (between Spotswood Englishtown Rd and Englishtown Rd). The commercial space there will foster even more traffic and create congested and potentially dangerous driving conditions.
I will provide further updates as they arrive.
A special thanks to Ron Post for providing this important means of communication.
(STEVE, IT’S YOU WHO WE GIVE THANKS TOO FOR YOUR INVOLVEMENT WITH THIS IMPORTANT ISSUE. THAT LIGHT ON Mt MILLS AND ENGLISHTOWN ROAD IS VERY IMPORTANT)
COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR
THURSDAY 10am – 1 PM IN OUR CLUBHOUSE
CHECK THIS OUT! YOU MIGHT WANT TO ATTEND. DR SHELDON OPPERMAN (RESIDENT) HAS BEEN WORKING REAL HARD TO MAKE THIS FAIR ONE OF THE BEST.
LOOK AT WHAT SERVICES THEY WILL PROVIDE US WITH AT NO COST:
Health professionals will provide free health screenings, including:
¥ Memory ¥ Pulse Ox
¥ Hearing ¥ Body Fat
¥ Blood Pressure
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GREENSTEIN, DeANGELO AND BENSON
If you are a Democrat you probably received in the mail the letter from these 3 Legislator’s writing about the “Senior Freeze.” They probably read my email from last week and said, “not a bad idea to send something like this out before our election.”
Regency, I never ask much, but I will ask you NOT to vote for these 3 legislator’s in the November elections. This is exactly what they do just prior to an election. Where was this letter when NJ instituted the “senior freeze?”
It is appalling that there was not even ONE MENTION of what, if anything, they are doing to get the State to properly fund us for education. Their letter will help just some residents. Getting proper funding for education, will affect all residents. Yet they sit back and do nothing and other townships like Freehold get millions of dollars for State aid for education plus money to build new schools.
Imagine, not one word in their letter deals with our getting one of the lowest amounts per student for State Aid.
ONE TICKET FOR SALE MESHUGENER WEDDING
I have one ticket for sale to the 9/10 performance of the Meshuggener Wedding hosted by the Regency Women’s Group. Please call Wendy if interested. 732-656-0180
WOMEN’S GROUP MESSAGE
Our August 4th Square Dance evening promises to be a hoot(enany)” as we dance from instructions from our caller. Refreshments served.
Your must RSVP to Harriet Fabrykant no later than August 4th for this free and fun evening.
Save the date: Bus trip to the Chihuly Exhibit at the Bronx Botanical Gardens and lunch on Arthur Avenue, Tuesday, October 3rd. $60.
Flyer has been sent.
Sign-up begins Tuesday, August 30th.
HIGH SCHOOL LIST HAS BEEN UPDATED
To see if you are on my High School list, just click on the box above (to the right of HOME, just under REGENCY EMAILER). If you aren’t on the list, send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org. Naturally you don’t have to be embarrassed if you went to Jeff and lost almost all of your Thanksgiving Day football games to my alma mater – TILDEN. REMEMBER OUR SCHOOL SONG:
HAIL TILDEN HIGH. WE WILL BE EVER TRUE TO THE GREY AND BLUE, EVER TRUE TO TILDEN HIGH, HIGH HIGH. I personally sing it nightly.
FOR LADIES ONLY!
I accidentally left of MAIDEN NAMES from my High School list. Many of your friends from High School would remember you under your Maiden Name. Please send this info to me along with your High School.
TELEPHONE LIST UPDATE
I want to thank both Alan Briskin and Art Cooper for always volunteering to provide me with a Telephone Directory which eliminates some of the “bugs” in developing EXCEL and PDF files. The new listing is located on the right hand side of this page. Just click on the links. The PDF files are better to print if you wanted it printed out.
AUGUST VENDOR LIST UPDATE
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(I’m not sure why the list was uploaded that it was changed to a sideways position. I’ll figure this out and will change it later
We are pleased to welcome the following vendor to our Community Vendor List:
SPLASH WASH [Listed under Power Washing]
Please forward the contact information of your favorite vendor to email@example.com
EMAILER’S NOTE: THANKS AGAIN RICH STRUG FOR PROVIDING REGENCY WITH A TERRIFIC SERVICE.
LOUIE’S CANDY STORE
A resident sent me this YOUTUBE video of the days we all remember back in Brooklyn (sorry Bronx Club). Listen to the commentary and view the pictures of those fantastic days. My friends and I spent every single day in a similar candy/ice cream store
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MEN’S CLUB TRIP
Trip to See the Mets vs the Phillies
Regency Bowling Captures Olympic Silver
On Saturday morning, July 15, at the refurbished Strathmore Lanes in Matawan, the Regency bowling teams captured Olympic silver. Fourteen communities from Middlesex and Monmouth Counties participated and were divided into three divisions. Each team had to have at least one woman bowler. Regency bowled in Division 1 this year. Each division has its own gold, silver, and bronze medal winners. Having 14 three or four-member teams compete at the same time on 44 lanes at one venue created quite a chaotic, exciting event.
Only the past two Olympic averages were used as opening averages. New bowlers established their opening averages with this year’s three games. Regency swept one match against Stonebridge, won two games and total wood from Clearbrook, but lost three games to Greenbriar/Whittingham for a total of 12 points. Greenbriar/Whittingham won gold with 14 points. The Regency highlights were Mark Spinner’s series of 663 including a 258 game, Gary Ferrazzano’s game of 232, Neil Sohmer’s game of 225, Leo Friedlich’s game of 216, and Roger Dantoni’s game of 206.
Regency Bowling Olympic Teams:
1) Ellen Porges, Phil Fishman, Rich Smilowitz, Bill Andruzzi,
2) Elaine Hathaway, Russ Porges, Roger Dantoni, Leo Friedlich,
3) Adele Buren, Gary Ferrazzano, Neil Sohmer, Mark Spinner.
Congratulations and thanks to these terrific bowlers for their enthusiastic participation. Special thanks to Neil Sohmer, the captain of the three teams, for a job well done.
The Regency Men Bowling League is accepting entry fees for the 2017 fall season. All bowlers at every skill level are welcome to join. It’s a great recreational night out to have competitive fun every Thursday evening from 6:30 to 9:00 pm. For further information, please contact Russ Porges, 732-561-2301, Gary Ferrazzano, 917-319-6210, or Ping Eng 732-521-5508.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE TABLE TENNIS TEAM
Table Tennis The competition for the Mayors Cup was held on Tuesday July 18 and it appears Regency is establishing a dynasty as they won the cup for the third year in a row. Congratulations to Leo Friedlich, Marty Kamins, Mark Dokowitz and Steve Schefkind. Many thanks to co captains Harry Borenstein and Marty Kamins for putting it all together.
DUES ARE DUE – REGENCY MEN’S CLUB
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.
Please bring your $30.00 dues to the next general meeting on July 30, 2017 or place it in one of the following mailboxes:
Steve Strauss at 54 Beth Page Drive
Steve Rich at 156 Tournament Drive
Roger Wood at 28 Kings Mill Road
Our year runs from September 1st till the following August 31st.
Please call Steve at 732-656-0140 if you have any other questions.
CHARITY LUNCHEON TO RAISE FUNDS FOR THE BREAST CANCER RESEARCH FOUNDATION
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 AT 12:30 P.M. IN THE REGENCY BALLROOM
All residents, guests and non-residents are welcome to attend this Play for P.I.N.K. event hosted by The Regency Women’s Golf League.
· Catered by Sir Ives Caterers
· Fabulous Tuscan Table with Hot & Cold Selections
· Tricky Tray Raffle with Assortment of Gift Baskets, Prizes
· Table reservations will be accepted for groups of ten, women and men
I/We will attend the Luncheon on Wednesday, October 18
Please indicate names below and submit individual checks for each single or couple:
Make checks payable to Regency Women’s Golf League. RSVP no later than September 6 to: Joanne Rifflard – 12 Kings Mill Road
Regency Italian American Club
General Membership Meeting
Friday, August 25th
7:00PM – Clubhouse
The Board of Directors will call the meeting to order, updating membership on the state of our club.
After all general business is completed…..
Get ready for:
“Dicey Horse Racing Italian American Style”
We are looking for 6 volunteer jockeys to race the horses.
Details to follow.
This is an open seating event free to all members. Please RSVP by August 16 so we can plan appropriately for refreshments and table set up.
Regency Car Club
Road Rally – Save the date – August 20
The Regency Car Club will be holding their annual road rally on Sunday, August 20. You and your navigator will take a scenic drive through the back roads of New Jersey while looking for clues to many interesting questions.
The rally will conclude at the clubhouse with a delicious lunch by Sir Ives Catering.
The cost for driver and navigator is $45. This popular event fills up quickly, so send an email to RegencyCarClub@gmail.com for entry information.
The next meeting of the Regency Car Club is Monday, July 10 at 7:30pm in the Tennis Pavilion.
Non-members are welcome to join us.
Join Regency Hadassah and find out about the
Secret Jews and Hidden Lives Medieval Times to the 21stCentury
Monday evening, August 21 at 7PM in the Regency Club House Ballroom
Enjoy this thought provoking night with Regency Hadassah as we meet Antonia J.Martinez (Julie) who will provide insight into the history of the Jewish population of the Iberian Peninsula and its ramifications centuries later. Born into the Catholic faith, Julie was innately drawn to Judaism without any rational explanation. She began a search without knowing what she was searching for or why. The answer revealed itself to her over a period of three decades. Come listen to her historical and personal discoveries that have led her to embrace her newly found heritage, stifled over the course of centuries past. Learn about the hidden lives of Crypto Jews. Following the Spanish Edict of Expulsion in 1492, many Jews publicly converted to Catholicism, yet continued to practice Judaism in secrecy. Learn about all of this and so much more. This meeting is open to all.
Refreshments to be served. RSVP to Genia Beeferman at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732-656-4525 or Leslie Kohn at email@example.com or call 732-656-1412. (Call either numbers between 9AM and 9PM please). We must have RSVPs in advance so that we can plan for the appropriate amount of seating!!!!
Please help us out and reply early – it would be so appreciated! Thank You
REGENCY MEN’S CLUB BUS TRIP TO THE EASTERN STATE PENITENIARY
On September 6, 2017, the Men’s Club will be taking a trip to the Eastern State Penitentiary (ESP). This is an Historic Landmark that was built in 1829 and remained operational until 1971.
In the past we visited at Halloween as the ultimate House of Terror. Now we will see it in the daylight as it is. Still scary! Club members and their significant others are invited. There will be a one-hour guided tour, and then we will be left to wander to other areas of the prison on our own. Some of the highlights will be Al Capone’s elaborate cell, the prison Synagogue, and more.
The bus will leave at 9:00 a.m. from the Clubhouse and return approximately 5:00 p.m. After the tour, we will enjoy a casual lunch at the London Grill, a short walk from the ESP. Total cost will be $70/pp. Lunch includes a starter (soup, house or Caesar salad), dessert and choice of coffee, tea or soft drinks. Cash bar available.
Please choose an entrée(s), and enter your name(s) and cell number(s) below: 1. Fettuccine w/chanterelles, shallots, goat cheese, reggiano. 2. Pan Seared Chicken w/priello potatoes, green beans, natural jus 3. Grilled Bistro Steak-w/pommes frites, broccoli, McNally’s Steak Sauce* 4. Fish n Chips w/tartare sauce and malt vinegar 5. London Burger w/lettuce tomato, American cheese* 6. Seared Salmon w/roasted quinoa, kale, squash, dates, almonds, smoked yogurt *Steaks and Burgers will be served medium well. Name ______________________________Cell # _______________Entree # ____ Name __________________________________________________Entree# ____
Please leave this form with a check below Roger Wood’s mailbox at 28 Kings Mill Road. Any questions call Roger at 732-605-7022. Please respond before August 25. Space is limited.
HERB ZUKERBERG YIDDISH CLUB PRESENT
BREAKFAST PROGRAM SERVING BAGELS & LOX
FEATURING SONG STYLIST LISA SHERMAN
PERFORMING JEWISH SONGWRITERS
SUNDAY AUGUST 13 AT 10:00AM
$18 Per Person
NO ADMISSIONS AT THE DOOR
NO RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED AFTER AUGUST 3RD
CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE REGENCY YIDDISH CLUB
CONTACTS : RICHARD LANS 87 BETH PAGE 605 1828
RENEA ZUKERBERG 21 COUNTRY CLUB 521 0999
REGENCY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB ANNOUNCEMENT
The next meeting of the Regency Digital Photography Club scheduled for next Thursday, August 3 at 4:00 PM in the Tennis Pavilion is cancelled. Stay tuned for an announcement of the upcoming meeting on August 17. Any questions call Howard Wichansky.
Expand your horizons in photography and join us.
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 PAVILLION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTIFIED. Contact Tanya Ashuck or Georgia Doyle 732 641-2662.
Upcoming Events –
July 31 – Book Club, “Last Bus to Wisdom,” by Ivan Doig, 7:30
RSVP – Karen Calder
Please remember to pay your dues; place your check in Elaine Cress’ under mailbox (47 Riviera).
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,
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, firstname.lastname@example.org,
or Ping Eng, 732-521-5508, email@example.com
for more information.
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.
Below is the list of books the Men’s Book Club will be reading during the next few months.
August 2: Five Days at Memorial, by Sheri Fink
September 6: The Innocent, by Harlan Coben
Every Friday at 1:00 in the multimedia room ACBL masters are available to help you with your bidding and play. Many of you have been taking bridge classes on Tuesday evening and many of you have been playing for a while. Now come down to the Open Bridge sessions and practice what you learned under the guidance of masters. This is not a bridge class. This is playing and learning proper bidding and more importantly the play of the hands.
2017 ROMEOS SCHEDULE
8 CITY STREETS
15 THE CABIN
22 HUNAN HOUSE
We play every Tuesday at 2:30pm and every Saturday & Sunday at 9:30am. We are looking for more players! All residents are welcome to attend. Contact George Steinberg for more information 732.605.9526
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!
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 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.
GUESS WHAT SONG
Mo Adler and I absolutely love the music of the 50’s and 60’s. The other night he asked me, WHAT SONG DID CRAZY ELEPHANT SING? I didn’t know but do you know? It was a pretty popular song.
Okay, I love Regency so I will give you a hint. The first word of the song is GIMME
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WHAT SONG OR SINGER DO YOU LIKE?
As you know my music collection of the 50’ and 60’ with some early 70’s is HUGE. So let me know which song or singer you would like to listen too and I will try to include it in my next weekend’s email.
To Florida Snowbirds,
You may be aware that a large portion of Western Boynton Beach ( along Lyons Road) is zoned as an agricultural reserve which prevents development. GL homes is lobbying to have that zoning changed so that is can build on those preserved lands. If you agree that the area is already overbuilt and lacks the infrastructure to support additional density, and should continue to be preserved as farmland, please let the Palm Beach County commissioners know your feelings by clicking on the link below, complete the form and submit it as soon as possible.
Thank you for your assistance in the matter.
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