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JUNE BIRTHDAY’S AND ANNIVERSARY’S
(NOTE: TODAY’S EMAIL IS BELOW THIS LIST)
|FREILICH||ANNETTE & LEWIS||JUNE||1||A|
|AUSTEIN||ILENE & GARY||JUNE||3||A|
|MALTZMAN||STELLA & AL||JUNE||5||A|
|PINE||JANET & HERB||JUNE||5||A|
|LERNER||BEVERLY & BARRY||JUNE||6||A|
|SCHWARTZ||SHELLY & MARV||JUNE||6||A|
|EFFRON||LOIS & SANDY||JUNE||7||A|
|PETERS||ANGELA & PETER||JUNE||7||A|
|SCHOEN||LESLIE & PAUL||JUNE||8||A|
|CAINS||SANDY & LARRY||JUNE||9||A|
|RUBIN||NANCY & SHELLY||JUNE||9||A|
|GLEANA||RENA & ARNIE||JUNE||10||A M|
|KAYE||LINDA & STAN||JUNE||10||A|
|TINKLER||SUE & ALLEN||JUNE||10||A|
|KOHN||LESLIE & HOWARD||JUNE||11||A|
|SHERMAN||MARY JO & JOHN||JUNE||11||A|
|ZIVIN||HARRIET & LEN||JUNE||11||A|
|BELOSA||BARI & DAVID||JUNE||12||A|
|GOLDSTEIN||DEBBIE & HERB||JUNE||13||A|
|LEVY||MARION & PHILIP||JUNE||13||A|
|VOGEL||NEALA & ALLAN||JUNE||13||A|
|KLEINMAN||BRENDA & BARRY||JUNE||14||A|
|SUSSMAN||JANE & KEN||JUNE||14||A|
|WEIN||ANITA & MICHAEL||JUNE||14||A|
|KAMINS||LINDA & MARTY||JUNE||15||A|
|MAGID||ROLENE & BARRY||JUNE||15||A|
|KAYE||LORRAINE & LARRY||JUNE||16||A|
|SCHWARTZ||ELAINE & BERNIE||JUNE||16||A|
|BARATZ||JUDI & BERNIE||JUNE||18||A|
|LUBETSKI||JUDY & JERRY||JUNE||18||A|
|MINSKY||LESLIE & ROBERT||JUNE||18||A|
|POST||GRETA & RON||JUNE||18||A|
|ISAACS||LILIAN & BOB||JUNE||19||A|
|LERMAN||BARBARA & CHARLIE||JUNE||19||A|
|SCHWARTZ||SUSAN & ROBERT||JUNE||19||A|
|APPELSTEIN||ANITA & ALLEN||JUNE||20||A|
|CARNEY||PATRICIA & GEORGE||JUNE||20||A|
|ROSENBERG||DONNA & DAVID||JUNE||20||A|
|LEVINE||CECILY & ROGER||JUNE||21||A|
|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|
|OKIN||CAROL & BOB||JUNE||22||A|
|BUREN||ADELE & JERRY||JUNE||23||A|
|GELWARG||LINDA & STEVE||JUNE||23||A|
|LUCAS||MARY & ROBERT||JUNE||23||A|
|KATZ||GERRY & DANIEL||JUNE||24||A|
|BREGMAN||LILA & SID||JUNE||25||A M|
|BRISKIN||SUSAN & ALAN||JUNE||26||A|
|KAPLAN||ELLEN & JERRY||JUNE||27||A|
|LANGER||FRAN & LES||JUNE||28||A|
|LIPPER||LAURIE & STAN||JUNE||28||A|
|BRACCO||KATHY & PHIL||JUNE||29||A|
|PASTERNAK||ROSE & ROBERT||JUNE||29||A|
|TURANO||ROSE & GIAMCOMO||JUNE||29||A|
|TILLEM||RENA & HERB||JUNE||22||A|
Proposed New Schools
The district architect will be reviewing the initial plans for a new elementary school, a new middle school and an addition to our high school to accommodate our growing student population and to add relief to our overcrowded schools at the June Board meeting. Although the schematics are only preliminary, the schematics will provide a glimpse into what we hope to be an exciting new phase in the history of the Monroe Township School District. Please join us. The details are below:
Board of Education Meeting
June 14, 2017
Monroe Township High School
EMAILER’S NOTE: LET’S NOT GET FOOLED AGAIN. WHEN THEY BUILT THE HIGH SCHOOL $120 MILLION WAS INITIALLY ASKED FOR. THE VOTERS TURNED IT DOWN. A YEAR LATER $80 MILLION WAS ASKED FOR AND THE VOTERS APPROVED IT. HOWEVER, TO BUILD THE HIGH SCHOOL 1 YEAR LATER, THEY NEEDED $40 MILLION MORE BECAUSE THE COSTS OF BUILDING WENT UP BY THAT AMOUNT.
THIS TIME WE WANT TWO NEW SCHOOLS. I AM NOT AGAINST EDUCATION. I AM AGAINST NOT DOING WHAT IS NECESSARY IN HELPING TO REDUCE THE COST OF BUILDING NEW SCHOOLS. OTHER TOWNSHIPS HAVE SUED THE STATE FOR NOT GIVING THEM ENOUGH STATE AID FOR EDUCATION. THE STATE HAS ALSO PROVIDED MONEY TO SOME TOWNSHIPS FOR THE BUILDING OF NEW SCHOOLS.
DID ANYONE READ WHETHER OR NOT MONROE TOWSHIP EVER HIRED A LAWYER TO DEAL WITH THESE ISSUES OF GETTING THE STATE TO PAY US MORE IN EDUCATION AS WELL AS HELP US FINANCIALLY IN BUILDING NEW SCHOOLS? NATURALLY, THE WAY THE MANY ADULT COMMUNITIES ARE ALIGNING THEMSELVES IN DEALING WITH STATE AID, I DOUBT IF ON A BALLOT, THE SCHOOL SYSTEM ASKED FOR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS TO BUILD THESE NEW SCHOOLS THAT THE RESIDENTS OF MONROE TOWNSHIP WOULD VOTE YES. EVEN THOSE FAMILIES WHO HAVE CHILDREN WOULD PROBABLY VOTE NO
VENDOR MAN NEEDS SOME VENDORS
Please ask the community for recommendations of vendors that have replaced their driveway and submit then to me at:
(NOTE: I HAVE BEEN ASKED ABOUT DRIVEWAY SEALING COMPANIES. WE USE TO PUT TOGETHER HUNDREDS OF HOMES THAT WANTED THEIR DRIVEWAYS SEALED IN ORDER TO GET A GOOD PRICE. WE STOPPED FOR VARIOUS REASONS. ONE REASON WAS SOME HOMES DIDN’T LIKE THE JOB THAT WAS DONE AND SOMETIMES RESIDENTS QUESTIONED THE SEALER THAT WAS BEING USED. SO DRIVEWAY SEALING WAS DROPPED AS A GROUP AND YOU ARE ON YOUR OWN TO SELECT A SEALING COMPANY. RICH’S REQUESTED IS FOR A COMPANY TO REPLACE YOUR DRIVEWAY)
STATE AID FOR EDUCATION FOR MONROE TOWNSHIP
According to a report, Monroe Twp. will ONLY GET $512,770 more next year, WOW!!! pathetic isn’t it. Our school budget grows by about $3 million per year.
This is why come September I will be writing each week that we SHOULDN’T vote for Greenstein, DeAngelo and Benson. We have given them about 10 years to get proper funding for our township and they have failed miserably. Myself and other adult communities have banded together to see that these three legislators LOSE in the upcoming election.
At one time we had a Resident Purchasing Group. We basically signed a contract with Alarm Relay to give us a special price of $8.99/month to monitor our home security. This price never changed in the many years we have had Alarm Relay. They are a HUGE company that basically other home security firms use and you get charged for the “middleman”.
Initially, when I spoke with Alarm Relay they were giving the $8.99 price and for a new customer I would get a $25 referral fee. I told them that in order to be alive to do emails, that $25 must be given to the resident(s) who sign up. Sometimes a resident doesn’t tell them that they want the $25 referral fee and the fee is sent to me. This week I received 2 checks but I called both residents and gave them the money.
Please, if you do decide to sign up ask them to send you the referral fee for your Regency signup.
POCKETFUL OF SOUL
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REGENCY FISHING CLUB
On June 18th, the Regency Fishing Club ran another successful fishing trip aboard the Dauntless, sailing out of Point Pleasant. There were 10 members aboard and the boat sailed at 7:30 am. We sailed northeast to a location about 6 miles off Long Branch, NJ in about 100 feet of water to catch Sea Bass. The Sea Bass fishery is very limited again this year with a short one month spring season where you can keep 10 fish over 12 1/2 inches. It then closes for two weeks on June 18th, then reopens but you can only keep three fish for a short period then is closed until the fall.
We started catching Sea Bass as soon as we started. Usually you anchor over rocky bottom but the drift was very slow so after the first stop where we anchored, the Captain thought it was better to drift. Member Morris Adler broke in his new rod and reel by putting together a great catch of keepers. new member Fred Rosenberg and his Brother-in-law Marc also had a great catch of keepers. Yours truly had about 50 fish of which only 4 were keepers, but could I catch the ugly uneatable Conga eels, I had 10. As the day progressed and the Captain moved to different spots within the area the 48 people aboard were catching large quantities of Sea Bass with many throw backs that were too short, but there were many keeper Sea Bass caught as well as some Large Ling and Winter Flounder. The pool winner was an 8 lb. Sea Bass. We had a great day and returned to the dock at 3:30 pm. The 10 of us were happy but tired and looking forward to our next trip once the Fluke catch improves.
The Federal Fish Management Commission seems to be doing everything it can to put party boats, charter boats and tackle shops out of business with very tough regulations on many species in New Jersey. They use false figures to determine the amount of fish caught and continually cuts the quota of fish to be caught by the recreational fishermen. Our member John Toth is very active in fishing groups and attends meetings including testifying in Washington D.C. on the behalf of Recreational Fishermen. He continually updates us on the current fight to force a change in the species management regulations. Thanks John.
Fishing Club meetings are held in the Arts & Crafts Room on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 pm, all are welcome, please join us. All our fishing trips are open to all residents, their family and friends and most importantly their Grandchildren. It is great to enjoy the fishing experience with your grandchildren over 10 years of age. For information on future fishing trips please e-mail Mark Klein at email@example.com and you will be added to our e-mail list.
BOYNTON BEACH RENTAL
Boynton Beach – 4 month seasonal rental for next winter. 2 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, Eat-in Kitchen, Living Room, Dining Room, Lanai. All amenities in great adult community. Call Sue: 908-421-1359
WOMEN’S GROUP FLYERS
GODFATHER’S MESHUGGENER’S WEDDING
You are invited to a wedding! Come see
“The Godfathers’s Meshuggener Wedding,” Sunday September 10th at 5:30pm. This women only event will have an Italian/Jewish dinner and dancing as we and their family celebrate the happy couple. $45. RSVP to Elaine Robin with your completed table beginning Monday, June 19th.
Limited to 200.
We are square dancing on Monday,
August 14th at 7:00pm. A caller will lead us
through a fun evening of steps and turns. Light refreshments served. RSVP to Harriet Fabrykant beginning July 24th and no later
than August 4th
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AN EVENING OF SQAURE DANCING
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My thanks to the recent Clubs and Groups that sent me information regarding their activites. When new residents move in to Regency they are not aware of all the things that we are involved in. To have them see these activities and to know who they should contact if they are interested, is important.
On the right side of this page you will see the Clubs and Groups that have responded. If you haven’t as yet, please do.
A THANK YOU MESSAGE FROM LYNN GREEN
I want to thank the Regency community. SO many people reached out to me, extending their kindness during this time. I was very overwhelmed and appreciate all of you. LYnn Green.
From: The Health Committee-Sheldon Opperman MD
SAVE THE DATE: AUGUST 3, 2017
The Health Committee has partnered with Princeton Health Care Educational and Outreach Center to sponsor a Health Fair at The Regency, Thursday August 3, 2017 from 10am-1pm.
Vendors will include:
Blood pressure, pulse ox and body fat screening
Memory Screening and information
Balance /Posture and Golf assessment screening
Breast Cancer Resource Center
Secure at Home
Senior Medicare Patrol
And many more! Stayed tuned for further information.
SHUFFLEBOARD MAYOR’S CUP TOURNAMENT
The SHUFFLEBOARD Mayor’s Cup will be THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, with the next day, 9/8 as the rain date.
THAT’S ALL FOR NOW
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