EMAILER MESSAGES -JUNE 19, 2021

THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY FILES WILL REMAIN ON MY WEBSITE AND WILL BE UPDATED PERIODICALLY

NOTE:  THE FOUR FILES WERE JUST UPDATED ON 06/03/21.  LET ME KNOW IF THERE ARE ANY CHANGES.  

TELEPHONE-DIRECTORY-FINAL-VERSION-LAST NAME-PDF- 060321

TELEPHONE-DIRECTORY-FINAL-VERSION-LAST NAME-EXCEL- 060321

TELEPHONE-DIRECTORY-FINAL-VERSION-STREET-PDF- 060321

TELEPHONE-DIRECTORY-FINAL-VERSION-STREET-EXCEL- 060321

.

THE REGENCY REPORTER JUNE 2021 ISSUE

CLICK ON LINK TO VIEW THE ISSUE OF THE REGENCY REPORTER

REGENCY REPORTER JUNE 2021

.

THE MANY FACES OF REGENCY – JUST UPDATED

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

FACES-OF-REGENCY-RESIDENTS-061021

.

THE FACES OF REGENCY AS A SLIDESHOW

Just look at these smiling Regency residents.  If you want to know who they are just go to the previous link 

Now if you click on the link below, I had to use BLACK HOLE to upload this file since it contains 148MB.  You just click on the link and when it is at the end it will take a few seconds more for the download to begin.  If you don’t see your picture, please send it to me.  The first song in this slideshow is sooo appropriate

https://app.blackhole.run/#e647cd1d6d125aLaLZ73qttW7dEuDtywRYTmW3jrURoN

.

NEW JULY VENDOR LIST

Again, many thanks to Rich Strug for providing us with a list of recommended vendors.  Many of us check out this list if we need someone to do some work around our home.  Click in this link to view the new list.  Here are some new Vendors who have been added to the list. You can always find the Vendor list on the black bar above as well as towards the end of this email

MR. FIXIT CONTRACTING
 Listed under Construction
.
DISCOUNT AUTO CENTERS
   Listed under Auto Repairs
.
COMPUTER CONSULTING
   Listed under Computers
.
TRUST MY HOUSE
   Listed under House Watching Services
..
CLICK ON THIS LINK TO VIEW THE ENTIRE VENDOR’S LIST
.
..
JULIET LUNCHEON
 
DATE:      JULY 14th  (Wednesday)
TIME:         12:30
PLACE:   ANEMOS GREEK RESTAURANT
                       333 ROUTE 9 SOUTH
                  MANALAPAN, N.J.  07726
                        732-414-6590
 
COST:         $37.75 
 
MENU:      HUMMUS, TZATZIKI, MELITZANOSALATA SPREADS w/ PITA BREAD TO BE SERVED FAMILY STYLE
                        APPETIZER:   SPANAKOPITA
 
                       ANEMOS GREEK SALAD
   
                    ENTREE:   CHOICE OF:    
                     
                         CHICKEN SOUVLAKI PLATTER (served with rice pilaf, herb roast lemon potato or french fries)
                
                         PASTICHIO (greek pasta, ground beef & lamb topped with creamy bechamel)
                        SALMON ( grilled, served with artichoke,spinach orzotto)
                        DRINKS:   COFFEE, TEA, SODA 
 
                        DESSERT
HI JULIETS,  EXCITED TO BE BACK AND HAVE OUR LUNCHEONS AGAIN. I WOULD PLEASE LIKE EVERYONE WHO PLANS ON ATTENDING TO EMAIL ME WITH THEIR CHOICE OF ENTREE NO LATER THAN  JULY 10th. PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR  FULL NAME, PHONE OR CELL # AND ENTREE CHOICE. PLEASE HAVE THE EXACT AMOUNT OF MONEY THE DAY OF THE LUNCHEON. THANK YOU AND HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL.
MARIE TOMASULO
 
E-MAIL:   mtmy4boys@aol.com
                                                       
.

REGENCY EREA KOREAN DINNER SET FOR AUGUST 8TH

.

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.

 .

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

WANT A DOG?..

.

If anyone knows a wonderful family that is looking for a one year old, sweet 30-pound mini-irish wolfhound/terrier mix (she is SO cute!), please let us know. Minimal shedding. Gets along great with other dogs and humans. Wants to please. Maximum adorableness. Our hearts are breaking but we need to find a good home for her. Please reach out to Barry at 908-770-4053

.

.
MEN’S CLUB FIRST BREAKFAST 2021  – JULY 25TH
.
PLEASE CLICK ON THE FLYER TO BE ABLE TO READ IT
.
..
Regency and Friend’s Bowling
Neil Diamond – President
.
Our Spring Season Completed on June 10th. 
Entering our final week, we had 3 teams in contention for first place.
.
Congratulations to our Spring Champions Lou Gerber and Bob Schaffter who defeated Dawn & Gerry Guidice to claim their victory.
.
Individual League Accomplishments:
.
High Average:   Neil Diamond – 205
High Series:      Stu Loss – 729 

High Games:     Stu Loss – 269 & Bob Schaffter 258.
.
Jennifer Tan continues to rise to the occasion.  Jennifer averaged 167 and had high series of 577.  Dawn Guidice averaged 158, while bowling a 565 series.  Dawn also had high game among the ladies with a 234.
.
Congratulations to all!
.
Looking Forward:
.
Our First Regency and Friends Summer League starts on June 24th.  We’ll have 26 teams competing with 52 bowlers in all.
And what makes it even more enlightening, we’ll have 20 women participating. 
.
Believe it or not, our Fall League which doesn’t start until September is already filled.  Absolutely Amazing!  72 bowlers have joined and we’re thoroughly excited for the upcoming season.
.
As I previously and proudly stated before – a little over two years ago, we offered only 2 leagues to a relatively small roster of bowlers.  We currently offer 4 leagues and the opportunity for bowlers to compete for 44 weeks a year.  Sadly, the maximum amount or bowers we can accommodate is 72 since the bowling center only provides us with 24 lanes.
.
Our Bowling Awards Breakfast is scheduled for September 18th. 
We’ve outgrown the Tennis Pavilion where we had our event in 2019 (no breakfast in 2020 due to the pandemic), and now with the help of Stephanie & Kori, our event will be held in the main ballroom.  Emails to our bowlers will be sent out shortly with more information.  Our last breakfast was highly complimented and I’m hoping this years will be far better.  Details to follow.
.
If anyone is interested in our bowling leagues, pass by Knob Hill Bowling Center on Thursday’s at 6:15 to watch us bowl, or kindly contact Neil Diamond or Bill Palmieri.  Starting in 2 weeks, we’ll be forming our Winter league which is currently scheduled to start January 6th.  Flyers will be sent out to our bowlers by email and posted in “The Amazing Mr. Ron Posts’ Emailer” in the not too distant future.
.
Our Spring Champions – Bob Schaffter & Lou Gerber
.

.

 

A MESSAGE FROM THE REGENCY CAR CLUB

he car club is having its members do a Car showing of their cars. It will be on July 3 at the poolside parking lot from 11:00 AM on till the afternoon . If any of the residents have a car of interest & would like to join us. Can you let them know. we will be more then happy to have them join us there.    
          
Thank You
Dennis Cataldo,  President 
.
.

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT THAT MAYBE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY

When I received this video, there was someone I knew who spent her last 5 years doing this.  She lived like a Queen and was treated like a Queen.  Never had to pay taxes or fix anything in her home.  Three terrific meals each day.  She went to “Broadway” type shows everyday.  Terrific gym.  

CLICK ON  THE LINK TO SEE WHERE SHE SPENT THE REMAINING YEARS OF HER LIFE

.

PROTECTING YOUR CREDIT CARDS

I guess the Emailer doesn’t know everything.  Well, my Discover card got hacked and needed to be changed.  I told one of my friends and he told me about what he does.  All you have to do is to call your credit card company and ask them to send you an email each time your card is used.  IT WORKS!

.

As we hopefully begin to return to a new normal, our board and committees are busy planning a full schedule of upcoming events. We will begin with a social evening, Wednesday, July 14th, details to follow.

.As a reminder, you must be a paid-up member to attend both this and all future meetings. Please leave a $30.00 dues check, payable to Regency Women’s group, in the lower mailbox of Membership Vice-President Elaine Robin, 127 Country Club Drive.

We look forward to seeing old and new friends as we kick off our summer season.

 

MEN’S CLUB METS/PHILLIES BASEBALL GAME AUGUST 6TH

.CLICK ON FLYER FOR MORE INFORMATION

METS PHILLIES BASEBALL GAME AUGUST 6TH

.

FINALLY GOOD NEWS FOR SENIORS

My Regency “NEWSMAN”, Steve Williams just sent me this article.  You might want to read it.

There is information in this bill for seniors, middle class and peace time veterans as to tax breaks or reductions
Steve W

NJ Lawmakers, Murphy Reach Agreement on Key Tax Relief Measures for 2022 Budget

.

.
OUR “NEWSMAN”, STEVE WILLIAMS, STRIKES AGAIN
Steve is always giving us information on things that are happening which may decrease our costs.  Here’s another article.

N.J. retirees with income up to $150K will get new tax break under the budget deal

.

REGENCY POKER CLUB – TEXAS HOLDEM TOURNAMENT – JULY 15 – INSTEAD OF JULY 16

There has been a change in the date of the Poker Tournament.  It will be held on July 15th instead of July 16th and post the attached flyer.
The Regency Poker Club is having a Texas Hold’em Tournament.  For more information click on the following link:
.
Frank Gottlieb
732-995-8109

.

A MESSAGE FROM THE REGENCY CAR CLUB

he car club is having its members do a Car showing of their cars. It will be on July 3 at the poolside parking lot from 11:00 AM on till the afternoon . If any of the residents have a car of interest & would like to join us. Can you let them know. we will be more then happy to have them join us there.
                                                                                   Thank You
                                                                                Dennis Cataldo

A MESSAGE FROM THE REGENCY CULTURE CLUB.

The Regency Culture Club and the Monroe Township Food Pantry would like to thank all the wonderful residents that supported our recent food drive. .

The response was overwhelming. The enormous supply of food we collected will ensure that all those in need will have access to the pantry.

.

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.

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

DANCING

.

A RESIDENTS MESSAGE ABOUT A GREAT RESTAURANT

.

A  resident sent me this email about dining at Orchard Park in the Chateau Grande Hotel on Cranberry Road in East Brunswick last night with a friend. It opened in December . The ambiance and beauty is only matched by the delicious cuisine,presentation and exceptional service. The experience was like dining in a Michelin star restaurant in Manhattan. The owner and executive chef is David Burke and the chef who supervised our courses was one of his protégés. I don’t know how many of our Regency friends have heard of the Orchard Park Restaurant but it is on a level of it’s own for dining in Middlesex County or for that matter anywhere. It is only 20 minutes from us and a gastronomic adventure that our friends and neighbors won’t long forget and will want to return to frequently.  

.
Check out their website www.Orchardparkbydb.com  
.
Cost is justified by the quality but it is less than you would expect for fine dining. It is unique and should be on one’s bucket list
.

Knitting/Crocheting Charity Group

We meet twice a month and make hats, scarves, shawls, lap blankets, slippers, etc to donate to charities. If anyone knows of places where we could donate our handmade items, please let us know. In the past we have donated to care facilities, churches, temples, schools. We would like to support those in need and welcome your ideas. Thank you.
Joan Kahn
Joaniek22@verizon.net

.

LOST GOLD HOOP EARRING ON GOLF COURSE

Lost gold hoop earring on golf course, maybe on path near 5 or 6.. I looked there but couldn’t find it..Probably like finding a needle in a haystack, but there is always hope. If you find it please call 908-421-1359. Thanks.
.

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

.

REGENCY SINGLES 

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 –

**Please note change of day

July 8 ** – Thursday evening 7PM, “What is the Best Exercise Plan for Me?” with Dr. Paul Trinkoff, in the Clubhouse, Ballroom 1

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

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

       .

Regency Womens Group

.

HOA GROUND & LANDSCAPE PERMIT
Our Vendorman (Rich Strug) just informed me that if you are replacing your driveway you would need to get a HOA GROUND & LANDSCAPE PERMIT
In 19 years of living here, I guess the EMAILER has a lot to learn.
.
A MESSAGE FROM ALAN KNEPPER RE:  STARTING A PINOCHLE GAME
.
I would like to restart the weekly auction pinochle games. If interested, please contact me a.knep@hotmail.com
.

 

“YOU BUTTERFLY” SLIDESHOW

.
.
.
.
A MESSAGE FOR BRIDGE PLAYERS
.
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
.
Thanks
Art
.
Regency Scrabble Club

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

.
REGENCY HADASSAH INVITES YOU TO JOIN US ON ZOOM ON

MONDAY, JULY 19, 2021 AT 7PM

TO HEAR AUTHOR,

SUSAN MEISSNER

SPEAK TO US ON HER BOOK

“THE NATURE OF FRAGILE THINGS”

ZOOM INFORMATION TO FOLLOW!
(THIS MEETING WILL REMAIN ON ZOOM EVEN THOUGH THE CLUB HOUSE HAS BEEN OPENED UP FOR USE)

******Please note: There is no Book Club Discussion on the calendar for July to give our members the chance to read Susan Meissner’s book which will be discussed by the Author)******

On April 18, 1906, a massive earthquake rocks San Francisco just before daybreak, igniting a devouring inferno. Lives are lost, lives are shattered, but some rise from the ashes forever changed. Sophie Whalen is a young Irish immigrant so desperate to get out of a New York tenement that she answers a mail-order bride ad and agrees to marry a man she knows nothing about. San Francisco widower Martin Hocking proves to be as aloof as he is mesmerizingly handsome. Sophie quickly develops deep affection for Kat, Martin’s silent five-year-old daughter, but Martin’s odd behavior leaves her with the uneasy feeling that something about her newfound situation isn’t right.

Then one early-spring evening, a stranger at the door sets in motion a transforming chain of events. Sophie discovers hidden ties to two other women. The first, pretty and pregnant, is standing on her doorstep. The second is hundreds of miles away in the American Southwest, grieving the loss of everything she once loved.

The fates of these three women intertwine on the eve of the devastating earthquake, thrusting them onto a perilous journey that will test their resiliency and resolve and, ultimately, their belief that love can overcome fear.

Other books from this acclaimed author are: The Last Year of the War and As Bright as Heaven.

PLEASE RSVP FOR OUR JULY 19TH ZOOM MEETING WITH AUTHOR TO:

GENIA BEEFERMAN@   genhow181@gmail.com
or
LESLIE KOHN@   lesliekohnhadassah@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
.

FORMING A BICYCLE CLUB

I enjoy bicycle riding in the neighborhood and often see other cyclists.
I was hoping to set up a group, so we can ride together. If possible: my numbers are: 718 980 3982 or cell 917 620 3705; email: sgreenst1@gmail.com. I will run the club. 
.

.

ROMEO’S ARE BACK
(Retired Old Men Eating Out)
UPDATED AND REVISED SCHEDULE THRU DECEMBER
.

 

JUNE

22 CITY STREETS

29 MAIETTAS

JULY

6   ZINNAS

13 EMPIRE SZECHUAN

20 PICKLED HERRING

27 FRESCO

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 ANEMOS

9 MAIETTAS

16 ZINNAS

23 PICKLED HERRING

30 CITY STREETS

DECEMBER

7  FOODIES

14 FRESCO

21 ZINNAS

28 MAIETTAS

.

THE NOSTALGIA MUSIC MACHINE

.

I received this link from many residents.  If you click on it, you just pick the year and the songs come up that were introduced in that year.  I thought you might like this. 

http://thenostalgiamachine.com/

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

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

.

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
.
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
.
.

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

.

LUBETSKI JUDY & JERRY JUNE      18 A
MINSKY LESLIE & ROBERT JUNE      18 A
POST GRETA & RON JUNE      18 A
SOLOMON GLORIA JUNE      18 B
CABO MATILDA JUNE      19 B
FINKELSTEIN KARYN & BARRY JUNE      19 A
ISAACS LILIAN & BOB JUNE      19 A
LERMAN BARBARA & CHARLIE JUNE      19 A
SCHWARTZ SUSAN & ROBERT JUNE      19 A
SHUSTER TED JUNE      19 B
VALERIO ANNETTE & VINNY JUNE      19 A
APPELSTEIN ANITA & ALLEN JUNE      20 A
CARNEY PATRICIA & GEORGE JUNE      20 A
CURAMMENG JUN JUNE      20 B
KLEMAS ROBIN & STEPHEN JUNE      20 A
ROSENBERG DONNA & DAVID JUNE      20 A
TEICHER MYRNA & KENNETH JUNE      20 A
LEVINE CECILY & ROGER JUNE      21 A
METZ LAURA JUNE      21 B
PARIS SUE & MILT JUNE      21 A
ROSENZWEIG GAIL & AL JUNE      21 A
STEIN LEA & MICHAEL JUNE      21 A
WALLERSTEIN SARA-ANN & STAN JUNE      21 A
ESSERMAN BOB JUNE      22 B
FRIEDMAN SHEILA JUNE      22 B
LIPPER STAN JUNE      22 B
NASTAWA MARYANN JUNE      22 B
OKIN CAROL & BOB JUNE      22 A
LUCAS MARY & ROBERT JUNE      23 A
ABRAMSON BARBARA JUNE      24 B
BAUMAN JERRY JUNE      24 B
CANTO BOB JUNE      24 B
GOLDBERG SEENA JUNE      24 B M
KATZ GERRY & DANIEL JUNE      24 A
KURTZ CHARLES JUNE      24 B
MOLLEN ARLINE JUNE      24 B
PLANSKY MARV JUNE      24 B
SCHWARTZ ANN JUNE      24 B
TELCHIN ED JUNE      24 B
BREGMAN LILA & SID JUNE      25 A M
STRAUSS PAULETTE JUNE      25 B
HERSCHMAN RUTH JUNE      25 B
KANTHAL CAROL JUNE      25 B
KOTLER STUART JUNE      25 B
RUBIN DANNY JUNE      25 B
SHUREN ROSALIE & SEYMOUR JUNE      25 A
PASTERNAK ROBERT JUNE      26 B
FERBER ALAN JUNE      27 B
GREENBERG ARLENE JUNE      27 B
KAPLAN ELLEN & JERRY JUNE      27 A
.

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

.

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

.

  • 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
.

SMALL PET CRATE AND ROLLING DOG CRATE FOR SALE (EXPIRES 7/15/21)

Small pet crate like new. $20.  Rolling dog crate like new condition also can use as a backpack for pet $25.  Send email or call if interested.  Grace45@comcast.net – 732-641-2666(leave message)

.

.

FURNITURE AND CHAIRS FOR SALE (EXPIRES 07/11/21)

 

FURNITURE FOR SALE

Drexal Heritage Credenza with lined silver drawer.                $850.00
Painted chest with wine rack inside.                                         $475.00
Other furniture available!
Call.      732-616-1034

 

 

.

For Sale: Condo in Huntington Lakes FL (EXPIRES 07/11/21)

1100 sq. ft. condo – Huntington Lakes, FL

Bright corner unit- second floor

2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths

Newly renovated with many extras

Move in ready

$220,000

New furniture optional

Call: 732-610-1021

.

WALL UNIT FOR SALE (EXPIRES  7/8/21)

I am moving and would like to sell this beautiful large wall unit.    Asking $500 or best offer.   Contact me at 732-605-0999 if interested. 
Thanks,
Ann

 

 

LAZY BOY CHAIR FOR SALE (EXPIRES 07/03/21)

.
For Sale lazy boy all electric full leather rocker. $150 contact Richard at 732 605 1828
.
.
.
1967 MUSTANG FOR SALE (EXPIRES 07/03/21)
.
1967 Mustang; Original Owner; Excellent Condition; Garaged.  Interested parties please call Jerry @ 732-605-9503 for details.
.
.
Furniture For Sale (Expires 06/30/21)
.
Italian Leather Armchair with Ottoman, for only $100.
Please contact Jerry at 718-551-8643. Pick up at Regency
.
.
..
.
.

GOLF BAG WITH CLUBS FOR SALE (EXPIRES 06/21/21)

Brand new golf bag with clubs $100, or best offer. Please call me at (732) 995-6590

.

….
NEW VENDORS ADDED TO THE COMMUNITY VENDOR LIST [CVL] – RICH STRUG
MR. FIXIT PLUMBING
[CJN HOME SERVICES, LLC]
   Listed under Plumbers

 

MR. FIXIT CONTRACTING
[CJN HOME SERVICES, LLC]
   Listed under Construction
DISCOUNT AUTO CENTERS
   Listed under Auto Repairs
COMPUTER CONSULTING
   Listed under Computers
TRUST MY HOUSE
   Listed under House Watching Services
.
.

IF YOU WANT TO ADD A VENDOR CLICK ON THIS LINK

..

CURRENT LIST OF ALL VENDORS  – JUNE 2021

CLICK ON LINK

CVL-JULY 2021

.

TO CONTACT OUR VENDOR MAN – RICH STRUG CLICK ON THIS LINK
.
.

2021 HOA PUBLIC BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE

2021 Public Board Meeting Schedule

.

REGENCY DEFIBRILATORS LOCATIONS

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

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

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

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

.
NJOEM on Facebookwww.facebook.com/READYNEWJERSEY

.
NJOEM on Twitter:
 www.twitter.com/ReadyNJ

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

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

.

NIXLE – Subscribe to the NJ State Police (NJSP) on Nixle Connect at http://local.nixle.com/new-jersey-state-police/. New Jersey residents can register to receive messages by sending a text message with their zip code to 888777 (data rates may apply depending on your plan). Online registration is also available at www.nixle.com
.

NJ Alert – NJ Alert is a free, voluntary, and confidential emergency alerting system that allows NJOEM officials to send E-mail or text messages to cell phones, and other email enabled devices during an emergency event. Sign up for NJ Alert by logging on to www.njalert.gov.
..

CMAS -the Community Mobile Alert System – this nationwide system is now being used by the National Weather Service to transmit urgent weather info to your cell phone. A warning means the hazard is imminent; a watch means conditions are favorable for the hazard to occur. Your cell phone must be WEA (Wireless Emergency Alert) enabled to receive these messages.

 

.

THAT’S IT FOR NOW 

RON

DISCLAIMER: This message is for the sole use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain confidential and privileged information. Any unauthorized review, use, disclosure or distribution is strictly prohibited.  Any comments or opinions expressed in this email are the opinions of the individual sender(s) of the messages. The sender of this email is not associated with any Corporation, Business, Community and his messages may reflect what other individuals have sent him.The sender recommends that the readers FACT  CHECK any message if they have any questions concerning the accuracy of the message.  It is not the intent of the sender to provide misinformation