EMAILER MESSAGES -SEPTEMBER 24, 2022

COMMUNITY INFORMATION FILES

ALL FILES HAVE JUST BEEN UPDATED.  THE NEXT UPDATE WILL BE ON10/11/22″

HOME TELEPHONE PDF BY STREET 061122

(NOW YOU CAN CHECK WHO LIVES ON  YOUR STREET)

HOME TELEPHONE EXCEL BY STREET 061122

HOME TELEPHONE PDF BY LAST NAME 061122

HOME TELEPHONE EXCEL BY LAST NAME 061122

HIGH-SCHOOLS PDF BY SCHOOL 061122

HIGH-SCHOOLS EXCEL BY SCHOOL 061122

CELLPHONE LIST PDF BY LAST NAME 061122

CELLPHONE LIST EXCEL BY LAST NAME 061122

BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARYS PDF BY DATE 061122

BIRTHDAYS ANNIVERSARYS EXCEL BY DATE 061122

(NOW YOU CAN CHECK WHO’S BIRTHDAY IS COMING UP THIS WEEK OR MONTH)

FACES OF REGENCY RESIDENTS EXCEL FILE ONLY-061122

(CLICK ON THE NAME TO SEE THE FACE.  SEND ME YOUR  PICTURE IF YOU WANT TO BE INCLUDED)

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THE REGENCY REPORTER (SEPTEMBER ISSUE)

SEPTEMBER REGENCY REPORTER

CLICK ON ABOVE LINK TO VIEW THE LATEST ISSUE OF THE REGENCY REPORTER

CAR SHOW – SOME PHOTOS –  THANK YOU RUTH BAWARSHI

Many residents couldn’t attend the car show.  I would  appreciate, and so would other residents, if you can send me a picture of your car.  Thanks

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YOU MIGHT SAVE SOME MONEY ON CAR INSURANCE 

CLICK ON LINK

https://www.bindright.com/pa/?

(NOTE:  I JUST CALLED MY INSURANCE COMPANY AND SAVED $280.00 ON MY ONLY CAR.  GRETA’S CAR WAS SOLD SINCE SHE DOESN’T DRIVE ANYMORE.  I TOLD THEM I DON’T WANT ANY CHANGES TO WHAT I CURRENTLY HAVE.  I JUST SIGNED UP TO GET MY BILLS THROUGH EMAIL, AND THAT WAS IT)

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REGENCY SHUFFLEBOARDERS WIN THE MAYOR’S CUP

Here they are – the Regency Shuffleboard Team.  Congratulations on winning the Mayor’s Cup

THE PLAYERS ARE:
ROGER DANTONIO
NAT GRISANCICH
GEORGE STEINBERG
MARY CACCAMO
ALLAN ELLIS
HOWARD WACHS
SANDY FARINOLA
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PICKLEBALL END-OF-SEASON CELEBRATION/DINNER

 

CAPS FOR A CURE

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YIDDISH CLUB FLYER – SUNDAY NOVEMBER 6TH

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MEN’S CLUB BREAKFAST – 10/30/22

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INTERMEDIATE PICKLEBALL PLAYERS NEEDED

Intermediate Pickleball players are needed for indoor winter games at either Monroe Recreation Center or Monroe Racket Club.
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If interested call Irv Gleitman  908 420 1620.
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“BEGINNING BRIDGE LESSONS AT REGENCY”
If you have ever had an urges to learn to play bridge, now is your chance.  I have been teaching beginning bridge at Rutgers University Adult School (Olliru) and now I would like to teach it to my Regency neighbors.  If you are interested, just send me an email at BSHANDLER@COMCAST.NET or call me at (732)-521-1985.  After we know how many people are interested, we can discuss the days , times and arrangements.”
Thanks and Best Regards,

Barry Shandler
10 Hogan Way
Monroe, NJ 08831

Tel: (732) 521-1985
Fax: (732) 521-1985
Cell: (732) 213-2116
Email: bshandler@comcast.net
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BOWLING MESSAGE

Anyone interested in bowling should contact Karen Kleber, General Manager at Knob Hill Bowling Country Lanes
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She can be reached at 732-446-6001
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DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT – DANCE PARTY – 12/3/22

A MESSAGE FROM DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT

If you have not paid your membership dues for Dancing In The Moonlight please drop off your checks in my lower mailbox at 24 Tamarack Rd

Membership forms are in the clubhouse. If you cannot find the forms, please ask Lisa Heisler for assistance.  You must be a member to attend our forthcoming December 3rd dance.

I will be collecting dance monies beginning October 1st.

Dance fliers are in the clubhouse as well.

Thank you
Sheryl Siegel Beckman

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RENT YOUR GARAGE SPACE
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Members of the Regency Car Club are seeking to rent garage space for the winter storage of their classic cars. If you will have an open spot in your garage, members are willing to rent the space.
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Contact Steve Schnell
248-933-5135
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WOMEN’S GROUP – AN EVENING IN PARIS

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MEN’S CLUB – DOUBLE-BARRELED ADVENTURE
(DUE TO AVAILABLE SEATS MEMBERS CAN NOW BRING GUEST AT A COST OF $50)
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Needed:   Volunteer deliverer for the Regency Reporter 

A conscientious, civic-minded volunteer is needed to deliver the Regency Reporter to homes on Inter Lachen Court and Whistling Strait Drive.  As I am sure you are aware, the paper comes to your mailbox at the beginning of each month.  The volunteer doesn’t have to reside on those streets.  Since so many of you are now walking a dog, this might be an easy way to be helpful to your neighbors.  Please let me know if you are interested in volunteering.  Thank you!
Contact:   Lou Flumen at 732-641-2495
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REGENCY CULTURE CLUB PRESENTS:

AN EVENING OF  PRIZES & SURPRISES – SEPT 21

LIGHT DINNER BY TUSCANY

MORE FROM THE REGENCY CULTURE CLUB

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LET’S TALK TURKEY 2022

While still enjoying the last days of summer, the Regency Culture Club is looking ahead to fall. We are gearing up for our annual Ten for Turkey
Drive. As the holidays draw near, turkeys will be absent from many households.

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The Regency Culture Club supports our community by assisting the Monroe Township Office on Aging Holiday Food Basket Drive. We are once again
turning to our friends and neighbors and requesting each household makes a minimum donation of $10.00 so that we can put a turkey on the table to
complete the holiday picture for many township families.

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One turkey goes a long way in providing a number of meals. And the bones, oh those bones make a great soup.

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Your generosity over the past 17 years that we have been collecting Ten for Turkeys is much appreciated. Your support is urgently needed once again.

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Help make a difference in the lives of our township neighbors in need.

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Please make your checks payable to the Regency Culture Club and leave them in the mailbox of

Milt & Sue Paris at 25 Crenshaw Ct,

Ken & Joan Kastin 10 Harbor Town Way,

Sue Miller 19 Torrey Pines,

Barry & Laura Shandler 10 Hogan ,

Marsha Krane 16 Country Club Drive,

Jim and Sue Graham 13 Ballybunion 

Sandy and Larry Cains 94 Kings Mill Road

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Any questions, please contact Milton Paris 732.306.0040

MEN’S CLUB – MINI GOLF – OCTOBER 2ND  – NOTE CHANGE IN TIMES FOR DINNER AFTER MINI-GOLF

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REGENCY SINGLES 

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DO ACTIVITIES WITH OTHER SINGLES
ALL REGENCY SINGLES ARE WELCOME
COME JOIN US!
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WE MEET THE FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
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MEMBERSHIP IS $30 New members are always welcome.
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Please call Linda Litsky, Membership Chairperson, at 732-492-0921 or email Linlit32@gmail.com
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Upcoming Events –
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October 12 – Meeting, Tennis Pavilion 7PM
**(note- second Wednesday of October)
Program – Cooking presentation and tasting by Chef Seth, owner of Chefs for Seniors
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October 24 – Craft Project, Tennis Pavilion 7PM
Create Your Own Gemmed Peacock Wine Bottle
The Art Hut will be working with us to create a gemmed sparkling Peacock wine bottle with studs and gems that will be sure to stand out in any room. The cost to participate and create your own gemmed peacock is $20.00, including the bottle.
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November 2 – Meeting, Tennis Pavilion 7PM
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PLAY FOR P.I.N.K CARD PARTY – OCTOBER 13 – GOLF OUTING/LUNCHEON OCTOBER 14TH
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If you would be interested in volunteering for our Regency at Monroe Play For P.I.N.K Fundraising events (Card Play day and the Golf Outing), please EMAIL

We have many opportunities to volunteer for the two fundraising events. In your email, please include your area of interest. Below are some of the options:

Golf Outing Day
Card Play Day
Sponsorships
Bows and Coupons
Raffle Baskets
Raffle Tickets
Day of Volunteering
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FAMILIES FACING KIDNEY DISEASE NEED YOUR HELP!
Once again this year on November 13th, my wife, Caryl, and I, will be joining others in the New York City Kidney Walk. Our purpose is to raise awareness about kidney disease and to help reach a common goal – TO CHANGE LIVES.  
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1 in 3 Americans is at risk for kidney disease.  1 in 7 Americans suffers from chronic kidney disease. Nearly 786,000 people currently are living with kidney failure and almost 100,000 people are waiting for a kidney transplant. By donating today, you can offer a lifeline to people with kidney disease. 
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In 2016 our son Paul became ill, and Caryl and I learned firsthand how widespread kidney disease actually is.  Due to Caryl’s love and selflessness, she donated a kidney to a match program, that allowed our son to get a kidney transplant. Over the past six years, we have learned that many of us know someone affected by kidney disease.  Many of us have family members who have experienced or are experiencing their own personal fight. Every dollar we raise drives innovation in research, advocacy, and transplantation. 
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Please help us by donating today.  The National Kidney Foundation provides the public, patients, and healthcare professionals with tools to promote kidney health. They advocate for change on Capitol Hill and support life-saving research. You can click on the link below to go to my personal page to make a donation, or,  if you prefer, leave a check made out to the National Kidney Foundation, under my mailbox at 3 Long Cove Drive. 
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Thank you for helping to impact the lives of others.
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Ira Cohen

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HADASSAH BOOK AND AUTHOR LUNCHEON – OCT. 20
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JOIN REGENCY HADASSAH ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20
AT 12 NOON IN THE CLUBHOUSE BALLROOM FOR OUR FALL BOOK AND AUTHOR LUNCHEON WITH 
ELYSSA FRIEDLAND
Elyssa Friedland is the author of five novels and has a new book coming out in early September. She attended Yale University, where she served as managing editor of the Yale Daily News, and is a graduate of Columbia Law School. She worked as an associate at a major firm before turning to writing full-time. . Elyssa resides in New Jersey with her husband, three children, and puppy.
LAST SUMMER AT THE GOLDEN HOTEL was a Good Morning America Buzz Pick and a Book of the Month selection. THE FLOATING FELDMAN’S was a People Magazine “People Pick” and a “SkimmReads” selection and was praised by Cosmopolitan, Bustle, Good Housekeeping, National Geographic, Woman’s Day, Woman’s World, Kirkus, Publisher’s Weekly, Library Journal, Booklist and more. THE INTERMISSION was praised by The Wall Street Journal, SheReads, PureWow, POPSUGAR, HelloGiggles and featured in USA Today. Her debut novel, LOVE AND MISS COMMUNICATION, was a “best book” in Cosmopolitan, Glamour, and InStyle magazines. THE MOST LIKELY CLUB, her fifth novel, will be out in early September. THE MUSEUM OF LOST TEETH, her first picture book, will be published in February 2023. She is also a co-author of FIRST STREET, a serialized novel available in electronic and audio formats about four ambitious lawyers clerking at the Supreme Court.
Cost: $58. per person. Checks made payable to Hadassah may be dropped off starting as of August 4, 2022, at 8AM at Leslie Kohn’s mailbox- 
82 Country Club Drive. One check per person, please. Completed tables should be listed on the back of form and all checks enclosed in one envelope. For small parties, we will be happy to put a table together for 
you. NO REFUNDS. 
Open to all Regency Hadassah
Members and Regency Residents
Lunch will include fresh salmon, fresh tuna, Veggie, tuna, and egg salad wraps and sandwiches, salads, and desserts. 
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WOMEN’S GROUP FLYER
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CLICK ON LINK
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DANCING IN THE MOONLIGHT
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OUR NEXT DANCE IS December 3rd from 7 to 10 pm.! The date was changed! You must be a member to attend. Membership checks can be left in my mailbox. Sheryl Siegel 
24 Tamarack Rd 
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10 dollars per person. Checks made out to Regency Dance Club. 
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Thank you 
Sheryl Siegel 
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WOMEN’S GROUP – SAVE THE DATE CALENDAR (EXPIRES 10/10/22)
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CLICK ON LINK TO VIEW
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DO YOU STILL REMEMBER THESE TV SHOWS?
CLICK ON PICTURE
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TENNIS CLUB

CLICK  ON LINKS

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MUSIC JUKEBOX – NEW SONGS  WILL BE ADDED EVERY WEEK (I HAVE ABOUT 2000).

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Retired Old Men Eating Out (STAYS ON EACH WEEK)
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2022 ROMEOS SCHEDULE  AUGUST THRU DECEMBER (JUST REVISED)

*  DENOTES CHANGE

SEPTEMBER

*27 FOODIES (CANCELED)

OCTOBER

*4 FRESCO
11 HUNAN HOUSE
*18 TOWN DINER
25 PICKLED HERRING

NOVEMBER

1 CITY STREETS
8. FRESCO
*15 TOWN  DINER
22 HUNAN HOUSE

29 FOODIES

DECEMBER

6 PICKLED HERRING
13 TOWN DINER
*20 CITY STREETS
27 FRESCO

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WHERE YOUR WATER SHUT OFF VALVE FOR YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE IS LOCATED (NO EXPIRATION)

PLEASE WRITE ME WHERE YOUR WATER SHUTOFF VALVE FOR YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE IS LOCATED AND WHAT HOUSE YOU LIVE IN

PRESWICK WITH A LOFT – DOWNSTAIRS DOUBLE CLOSET ALSO, UNDER SLOP SINK.

MERRICK (ONE STORY) –  INSIDE THE DOUBLE DOOR PANTRY,                                               OPPOSITE THE POWDER ROOM

ST. TROPEZ – DOWNSTAIRS CLOTHES CLOSET

SAN REMO – CLOSET AS YOU WALK IN FRONT DOOR

MONACO – BASEMENT
MONACO 1 STORY – CLOSET
BRIDLERIDGE –  INSIDE THE DOUBLE DOOR PANTRY, IN THE LAUNDRY ROOM
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TWO STORY TRADITION – The main shut off water valve is in the coat closet on the main floor.  Also, I have a Tradition with Loft. My main water valve is under the sink in the laundry room
MERRIMACK – INTHE PANTRY
PRESTWICK – MASTER BEDROOM CLOSET RIGHT SIDE WHEN YOU WALK IN AND/OR My one story Prestwick has the water shut off in the front hall closet
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TURNBERRY WITH A BASEMENT – SHUT OFF VALVE IS IN BASEMENT
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BAYHILL LEXINGTON WITH A LOFT THE SHUTOFF VALVE IS IN THE CLOSET OPPOSITE THE DOOR TO THE LAUNDRY ROOM. THE SHUTOFF FOR THE WATER HOSE CONNECTION STICKING OUT OF THE WALL INTO THE GARAGE IS INSIDE THE CLOSET DEDICATED TO THE HOT WATER HEATER.  CHECK THE WATER COMING OUT SINCE SOMEONE HAD HOT WATER COMING OUT OF THE CONNECTION IN THE GARAGE.  THEY HOOKED IT UP TO THE HOT WATER LINE VS THE COLD WATER LINE.

The shutoff for the other outdoor hose connection is, unfortunately, behind the wall of the pantry/kitchen closet next to the refrigerator.  There is a small door in the back of the closet/pantry that when opened – not obvious how to open the door but not hard to do once located – that allows a person who is (a) either a contortionist or (b)  or has very long arms and very strong wrists to reach and turn the usually frozen-in-place, cheap plastic handled, valve stem as needed twice a year.
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WHO TO CONTACT WHEN YOU WANT TO JOIN A CLUB? (NO EXPIRATION)
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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

Bowling – ???
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.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

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Shuffleboard – George Steinberg

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YIDDISH CLUB – HEDDA LANS

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CHINESE CLUB – Gerald Chu 732-850-1073  or Huihsing Fu 848-702-5841

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Bocce – Carmine Carrara

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Women’s Group – Barbara Wilner or Elaine Robin
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Hadassah Karen Ross, Linda Grossman, or Annette Kushner
Men’s Club – President Steve Rich 732 718-6397. VP Entertainment- Sheldon Piekny 732 641 2270.  VP Monthly Meetings – Al Marandola  732 641 2442   Treasurer- Steve Tenzer  973 723 3343.
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PICKLEBALL CLUB
Karyn Waller-Finkelstein   732-216-8106
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Dancing in the Moonlight (formerly Harmony in Motion) – Sheryl Siegel dancinginthemoonlight2022@gmail.com
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The Wine Club – Sheldon Opperman
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Cornhole – This is a sport now included in the Mayor’s Cup and Senior Olympics – Bobby Harris
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3D Art – Renee Horowitz
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Poker Club –  Frank Gottlieb   732-995-8109   frankgott1@aol.com

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Yiddish Conversation Group – Lou Flumen # 732 641-2495
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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
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Italian American Club – Bunny Reddington & Phyllis Sofo
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Veterans – Harry Herbst
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Tennis – Steve Brody skbrody@gmail.com
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Photography Club – Howard Wichansky 732-605-9777
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Hiking – Doug Poye  dougpoye@gmail.com     (732) 605-7034
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Women’s Poker – Shelly Senack
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“Ethnic restaurant dining for couples and singles” -EREA – Couples Dining – Marty Feldman
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Regency Car Club  – Steve Schnell Cell 248-933-5135  Schnell_45@hotmail.com

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RAMBO (the Regency at Monroe Bridge Club )

     Don Haback, President
     11 Torrey Pines Drive
     908/839-8885 (cell) – preferred
     732/656-7675 (home)
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Regency Book Club – Judi Zipkin
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Regency Scrabble Club 
Linda Litsky. Email Linlit32@gmail.com or Text 732-492-0921
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REGENCY RESIDENTS ADS

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GOLF SET FOR SALE (EXPIRES 10/25/22)

Golf set for sale $100 call Elissa Chiaia

732-851-2040

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GOLF CART FOR SALE (EXPIRES 10/14/22)

SUN MOUNTAIN   4 WHEEL PUSH GOLF CART
 
HARDLY USED    EXCELLENT CONDITION
 
CALL:  SYLVIA FLEISCHER
              (732) 740-6135
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CUE STICK FOR SALE (EXPIRES 9/29/22)

One cue stick, in case, $50.00

Phone Nancy Cambria 347 564 9897

Granite 18×18 tile for sale (EXPIRES 9/28/22)
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Comes in 9 boxes, 6 tiles per box. 121 square feet in total.  $7 per sq foot.
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Please let me know if you have any questions
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Thank you
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Kira Kogan
(732) 740-5558
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JUST ADDED TO VENDOR LIST (CHANGES MONTHLY)

NO NEW VENDORS ADDED THIS MONTH
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IF YOU WANT TO ADD A VENDOR CLICK ON THIS LINK (NO EXPIRATION)

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CURRENT LIST OF ALL VENDORS  – OCTOBER 2022 (CHANGES MONTHLY)

CLICK ON THE LINK

CVL-OCT 2022
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TO CONTACT OUR VENDOR MAN – RICH STRUG CLICK ON THIS LINK 
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KNOWING ABOUT A STROKE
If this helps even one person, it’s worth having on my website.  It’s  8 minutes but it’s worth watching
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What are the symptoms of a heart attack?
  • Chest pain or discomfort. …
  • Feeling weak, light-headed, or faint. …
  • Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, or back.
  • Pain or discomfort in one or both arms or shoulders.
  • Shortness of breath.
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REGENCY DEFIBRILLATORS LOCATIONS (REMAINS ON)

CLICK ON LINK
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THAT’S IT FOR NOW 

RON

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