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Timber Greens Community Association, Inc.

The Green Scene

April 1, 2022

Volume 28, Issue 4

Timber Greens President Report Just some random thoughts for April, the start of Spring; The Golf Course is looking the best it has ever been thanks to Golf Course Superintendent Dave Husar and his staff. The cart path project for this year will be ending shortly and the newly paved areas are a big improvement. Last month, Dane Woytek wrote an excellent article explaining the process residents have should they have unresolved disagreements with their neighbors. The Conflict Resolution Committee is available should it be needed. But, I would encourage residents who have an issue with their neighbors to first try talking with the other residents and informing them in a nice, civil way what the problem is .Very likely they are not aware of the issue and if informed will try and make a change that will resolve the issue. Another situation that I need to discuss is residents that are having a problem with staff or servers at the clubhouse. The most effective way to address this dilemma is to contact any of the current Board of Directors or General Manager, Mr. Dingus. They will then follow the chain of command to properly address the staff member or server directly to correct the problem. This is really the best procedure because it limits residents having direct conflicts with the staff and no hard feelings are experienced, or in plain language we don’t want residents getting in an employee’s face. Let a Board member or Mr. Dingus handle it. March has been quite a challenging month for the BOD and staff since Mr. Dingus has been out of pocket recovering from his recent surgery. I would personally like to thank all staff, Department Heads and fellow Board members for stepping up their game to keep Timber Greens going in the right direction during Mr. Dingus’ absence. It was quite an education to see what Mr. Dingus does every day and he has assured me he is looking forward to getting back to his normal duties very soon. I am truly happy to see him soon to do just that.

Howard Kahn, President Timber Greens Community Association, Inc.

Community Association Information 2 Sports 11

Golf & Club Calendar 16-17

General Manager 3

Committee Reports & Events 4—11 Classified 18

Birthdays & Anniversaries 20-21

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The Green Scene

Timber Greens Community Association, Inc. 6333 Timber Greens Boulevard New Port Richey, FL 34655 Community Website www.timbergreens.net Community Facebook www.facebook.net/timbergreens Hours of Operation Clubhouse Daily 4:30 am - 10 pm Clubhouse Business Office Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm Fitness Center 4:30 am - 10 pm Swimming Pool & Spa Daily Dawn - 10 pm Pro Shop Daily 7 am - 5 pm Important Numbers Duke Energy Electric 800-700-8744 Frontier Cable/Phone 800-483-1000 Pasco County Utilities 727-847-8144 Pasco Sheriff Non Emerg 727-847-8102 Post Office 727-916-1780 Spectrum Cable 727-856-3278 Waste Connections 727-847-9100 Sub Association Ameri-Tech 727-726-8000 x259 Coastal Management 727-859-9734 Qualified Property Mgmt. 727-869-9700

April 1, 2022

TIMBER GREENS BOARD OF DIRECTORS 2022-2023 Howard Kahn President [email protected] Dane Woytek Vice President [email protected] Steve Wolfe Corporate Treasurer [email protected] Mike Abramowich Director [email protected] Pat Zorn Director [email protected] Cyndy Webb

Corporate Secretary [email protected]

Richard D. Dingus, General Manager Web Site: www.timbergreens.net Email: [email protected] Facebook: www.facebook.com/timbergreens Laure Mathews, Communications Coordinator Email: [email protected] Laure Mathews, Human Resources Manager Email: [email protected] Deborah Oles, Controller & Green Scene Editor Email: [email protected] Sandy Perro, Director of Member Services Email: [email protected] Adam Graham, Chef Email: [email protected] Alan Smith, Facilities Manager David Daniels, Community Patrol Manager Email: [email protected] Devin Dahlgren, Golf Professional Email: [email protected] David Husar, Golf Course Superintendent Email: [email protected]

Timber Greens Board of Director Meetings - Open to all residents Friday, April 8

Planning Meeting

9:00 a.m.

Friday, April 15

Planning Meeting

9:00 a.m.

Wednesday, April 20

Regular Meeting

9:00 a.m.

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General Manager Report - Board of Directors meeting, March 28, 2022 First of all, I would like to thank everyone who was kind enough to send either a card or a prayer for my recent open heart surgery. Everything went as planned and I plan on returning to work very soon. February was a very successful month compared to budget. Although golf revenues were slightly down per our very aggressive budget, we still generated over $110,000 in golf play. This was accomplished in a short month with a few cold days which reduced play. Food and Beverage sales were up over $4,000 compared to budget and it looks as though support is continuing to be good. Labor was good but we still have a shortage of staff in both the kitchen and with servers. Alan and Keith have been busy around the clubhouse with painting projects and upgrades. We were able to replant the Wilderness entrance and will continue to look at improvements to common grounds as the weather continues to warm up. Tree work also continues in and around the community. We will be grinding all existing stumps in the next couple of weeks. The cart path project continues to move along. The work has now moved to holes 5, 6 and 7. Then we are also going to replace all the transition plates in the curbs with asphalt. We feel this could be a long term fix and should help with noise and bouncing issues. After completion of these holes and the transition plates, the cart path project will be finished for this year, per the budget. We plan to finish the rest of the paths early next year. In my absence, it is very gratifying to see how the staff has stepped up. I would like to thank all the department heads personally and especially Laure who has worked tirelessly in getting out the communication to the Board of Directors on a daily basis helping with swift actions on any and all issues. Again, thank you to all who took the time to send a card and see you soon! Rick Dingus, General Manager

Board Liaison Appointments 2022-2023

Michael A. Abramowich Architectural Review Golf Advisory Major Projects

Howard Kahn Communications & Marketing Conflict Resolution

Dane L. Woytek Helping Hands House & Beautification Welcoming

Steven P. Wolfe Cert Entertainment Finance

Patricia Zorn Health & Wellness Planning

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Timber Greens Corporate Treasurer Report Timber Greens Community Assoc., Inc. Financial Summary Report February 2022 Regular Account Cash - operating / money markets Certificates of Deposit Accounts Receivable

Total Cash & Receivables

418,388 0 333,451

Reserve Account 432,789 901,039 0

751,839

1,333,828

Less: Accounts Payable Accrued Expenses

111,100 42,202

Total Liabilities

153,302

Liquidity/Reserves Liquidity Ratio

598,537

640 Vendor/Reserves

1,333,188

4.90

One Month Summary Department Actual General & Administration

Plan

Variance Fav(Unfav)

Variance Fav(Unfav)

42,041

35,297

6,744

3,598

124,689

124,145

544

5,255

2,085

(3,351)

5,436

(451)

Club House Expense

(12,653)

(12,776)

123

(791)

Common Grounds Expense

(21,564)

(17,383)

(4,181)

(4,567)

Golf Course Maint. Exp.

(53,694)

(54,100)

406

1,471

Community Patrol

(24,593) 56,311

(26,734) 45,098

2,141 11,213

2,880 7,395

Golf Center Food & Beverage

Operations Total

Total Operations results are ahead Plan by $11K for the month. G&A results were $6K above Plan for the month due fitness fees collected at the first of the year, reduce labor expense and missing accounting/supplies expense. F&B results were ahead of Plan for the month $5K as gross margin on food and beverage were $4K better than Plan and labor cost were in check $2K less than Plan. Common Grounds Expense exceeded Plan $4K due higher electric charges and extra repair and maintenance costs. Community Patrol labor costs are below Plan $2K until we reach a full staffing level. All other departments are currently spending slightly below Plan for the month. In addition to the monthly variances, Total Operations YTD is $7K beyond Plan expectations. This is primarily due to the Golf Center merchandise gross margin $2K, low labor costs $2K due to staffing and handicap service $6K lower due to an inaccurate budget forecast offset by a lack of Resident play $5K. Liquidity ratio is remains high at 4.90. February Reserve expenditures of $15K were for $7K Sidewalk repairs, Food equipment $2K, $3K Shutters, $2K Rewiring two ponds, and $1K Wall and Fence repairs.

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The Green Scene

April 1, 2022

Board Motions—Wednesday, March 17, 2021 A Motion was made by Dane L. Woytek and seconded by Steven P. Wolfe to approve the bid from Best Fence on Nature Coast, Inc. in the amount of $1,475.00 to install new lighted arms on both sides of the exit lanes at the Main Entrance of Timber Greens. Funds to come from Reserves. Discussion: Residents have voiced a safety issue when exiting the Main Entrance late at night when the gate arms are down and the arms are hard to see. It is the hope of Community Patrol that lighted arms will prevent residents or guests from hitting the arms, once in the down position, when exiting. Vote:

Aye: 5,

Nay:

0,

Motion carried.

A Motion was made by Steven P. Wolfe and seconded by Dane L. Woytek to approve the following individuals as chairperson for these respective Timber Greens committees: Architectural Review – Ted Paige Communications & Marketing – Donna Woytek Community Emergency Response Team – James O’Brien Conflict Resolution – Howard Kahn Entertainment – Open Finance – James O’Brien Golf Advisory – Jeff Mathieu Health & Wellness – Pat Cassidy, RN Helping Hands – Co-Chairs – Susan Burkard & Judy DePetrillo House Beautification – Alice Jessop Major Projects – Dave Gullickson Planning – Dana Smith Welcoming - Lynn Hall Discussion: These chairpersons have been contacted by the Board Liaison of the committee. All agreed to chair their committee and have done an outstanding job in 2021. Entertainment’s Joey Sprecher had resurrected this committee and had an outstanding year, but he has informed the current Board Liaison that he would not be continuing as chairperson into 2022. The committee is now searching for a new chairperson. Vote:

Aye: 5,

Nay:

0,

Motion carried.

A Motion was made by Michael A. Abramowich and seconded by Dane L. Woytek to approve the following members for the Architectural Review Committee: William Cameron, Denny Carlson, Ken Johnson, Sharon Jensen, Carol Jones, Ted Paige, Robert Riley, Jerry Wells, and Joyce Williams. Discussion: It is required by the Timber Greens By-Laws that the members of the ARC are approved every year after the election of a new BOD. Vote:

Aye: 5,

Nay: 0,

Motion carried.

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Board Motions—Wednesday, March 17, 2021 A Motion was made by Howard Kahn and seconded by Steven P. Wolfe to approve the following to continue on the Golf Advisory Committee: Chairperson-Jeff Mathieu; Membership Kevin Addington, Frank Feocco, Kathi Keller, Kevin McLaughlin, Marci Paige, and William Wallace. Discussion: Per the Bylaws of Timber Greens HOA it is required that every year the Board of Directors approve the members to the Golf Advisory Committee. Vote:

Aye: 5,

Nay:

0,

Motion carried.

A Motion was made by Dane L. Woytek and seconded by Steven P. Wolfe to approve the bid from Webstaurant Store to purchase a Turbo Air Sandwich Prep Refrigeration Unit, Model TST-72SD-30-N in an amount not to exceed $5,800 to replace existing unit. Money to come from Reserves. Discussion: The existing unit is eight years old and beginning to fail and requires replacement. Additionally, the above mentioned unit price will increase by 6% on April 15, 2022. Vote:

Aye: 5,

Nay:

0,

Motion carried.

A Motion was made by Howard Kahn and seconded by Dane L. Woytek to approve the following policy and that it be included in the Major Rules and Regulations.

Political flags, banners, or pennants can be displayed by homeowners for federal, state, county, and local elections; for both general and primary elections; during a timeframe of thirty (30) days prior to the election and removed seven (7) days after the election. The flags, banners, or pennants must specifically pertain to candidates or issues represented on the ballot that will be voted on. These cannot contain or imply any profanity or foul language; must be within the homeowner’s property; cannot create obstructions or other safety hazards; and none can be larger than 4.5 by 6 feet. Discussion: Timber Greens has a history of acknowledging certain holidays and allowing a specific time frame when decorations or other related items can be displayed and limits the time of that exposure. Using this as a precedent the BOD of Timber Greens HOA has decided that elections are important and residents that choose to display political flags have a First Amendment Right to do so. The policy is designed to limit the time the flags can be displayed. Vote:

Aye: 5,

Nay:

0,

Motion carried.

Please note the change of Timber Greens’ Chef’s email to: [email protected]

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April 1, 2022

of Timber Greens Monday, April 4, at 10:30 am. is the next scheduled Helping Hands meeting. All TG residents (men and

women) are invited to our meetings and events.

UPCOMING EVENTS For Helping Hands



Monday, April 4, at 10:30 am will be the following meeting, which will include a speaker from Rap House.



Monday, May 2, at 10:30 am is the final HH meeting until September, with the Year-end luncheon to follow.

JUST A NOTE of THANKS!!! Timber Greens residents, thank you so much for your continuing support for ALL Helping Hand’s programs

Timber Greens Residents In the Helping Hands April meeting, members will decide on which charities Helping Hands give donations. Following the May 2 meeting will be the yearend luncheon for Helping Hands. More information will be available regarding the luncheon during the April meeting. For questions, please call Susan Burkard or Judy DePetrillo.

Your Continued Help Is Needed We will continue to collect unexpired, non-perishable food, for the local pantries, and toiletries for RAP

and charities, including our most recent fundraiser,

House. Please place donations in the black bin in the

the March 30, 2022,Card Party.

Arts and Crafts Room.

We look forward to seeing all of you at our next meeting. We want to hear your thoughts and ideas for fundraisers and deserving local charities to contribute to at the Helping Hands meetings. Submitted by Susan Burkard and Judy DePetrillo Co-Chairs

Health & Wellness

The sand cranes have blessed us with chicks, the golf course is green (though the ponds could use some rain), we are living the TG dream. The Health and Wellness Committee urges you to update your TGVIP health history forms and consider the Knox Home Box. Keeping with this thought, have you updated your emergency contact information with Sandy in the club house? Remember in an emergency always call 911.

We have also compiled a registry of medical equipment that is available to borrow if you need. Perhaps you need a walker for a few days. Just call Michele Chirillo at 702 524 4684. She mans the registry and can put you in touch with someone who has what you might need. If you have some equipment to lend Michele would love to hear from you as well. Keep moving and stay well!

P. Cassidy, Health and Wellness Chair

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Timber Greens Women’s Club Hi Ladies, It is hard to believe this is my next to the last Green Scene article. Time does fly. In May we will be turning over the helm to your new board: Sue Devlen and Susan Esposito, Co-Presidents, Judy Durant, Secretary/Treasurer, Lena Gloshinski, Corresponding Secretary, Chris Landelius, Parliamentarian, Sue Cano, Membership Chairperson, and Margaret Mardyniak, Social Chairperson. Please give them the support you have given all the boards these past eight years. Our March luncheon was exceptional. Chef Adam outdid himself with his demonstration of lobster bisque and beef and salmon wellington and as good as the demo was, the final product was even better - a gourmet delight. Many thanks to Adam and Donna and her staff for a wonderful luncheon. I am proud to report that we were able to donate eight boxes of clothing to Marjorie's Hope: tuxedos for young men for prom, gowns for the young ladies and suitable clothing for teachers in addition to our primary goal of toiletries and sanitary products for these young people. Debi Shackowsky was present to accept and was most grateful for our generosity. By the time you read this we will have gone to the Early Bird Dinner Theater. This has always been a fun outing and I'm sure it didn't disappoint.

“Music of Our Lives”

April and May are going to be busy. You will be getting a flyer soon for a fun afternoon - "Music of Our Lives" and a throwback luncheon. Hope to see you there. Our day trip will be an outing to Dunedin with lunch at the lovely Bon Appetit and some shopping afterwards. Our last luncheon will be our Garden Party with Caroline Wetterlund at the piano. We met Caroline at our first meeting in September and she is delightful. It IS a garden party so let's gussy up for the party hats and dresses, maybe? Our final "day trip" will actually be in the evening - dinner at Brix 33. We have always had a wonderful time there. I'm sure it will not disappoint and it's practically around the corner. Hoping to go out on a high note. Meanwhile, stay healthy and safe. Best, Terry Katz "Always be a first rate version of yourself, instead of a second rate version of someone else." Judy Garland

MAH JONGG Monday, April 4th 10:00 am to 2:30 / 3:00 pm All Timber Greens’ Mah Jongg players are invited to attend the Mah Jongg socials in the Clubhouse card room on the first Monday of each month. Beverage station of coffee, tea & water ($1 charged to your account). Lunch intermission at 12 noon. Any questions? Call Pat Foster 727-372-0307 or text 727-534-3803

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The Green Scene

Water Aerobics is Coming!!!

April 1, 2022

Get Ready and Get SET… Beginning in May…

GET a Hat GET Sunglasses GET a Noodle GET Water Hand Bars (Amazon)

GET Water Shoes (Optional but suggested)

And you will be ALL SET for WATER AEROBICS

BEGINNING IN MAY

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The Green Scene

April 1, 2022

Pickleball: Timber Greens Popular Sport Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the U.S. and popular with Timber Greens seniors, offering a good workout year round with low-impact on joints. The game is a mix of tennis, ping pong and badminton. The racquet is the size of a ping pong racquet but has a longer handle; the ball is whiffle-like and the court is about half the size of a tennis court or a doubles badminton court. COME JOIN US!!! We will help you learn! Call Kevin Mahoney @ 727-849-3643 or 727-243-6230

Some pics from our Pickleball Social held on February 1st. Had almost 40 people attend our Pizza dinner…we played hard…ate great…and had tons of fun!!! Also had our “First Annual Kevin Mahoney “Dinkathon” Competition” and presented great plaques to the winners!

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Golf Superintendent Report

-Greens made it through the winter with minimal damage. We recently verticut and then topdressed with sand to help fill in any thin areas from the winter months. A soil test and a water test were done in March and the nutrient levels in the soil were as needed. The water test came back with high levels of salts, bicarbonates and chloride but we knew that because we used reclaimed water for irrigation. Luckily paspalum has a high tolerance for salts so it doesn’t create much of an issue. Suggestions to reduce bicarbonates and chloride include adding calcium, aerification, and flushing also known as rain. Our nutritional spray program has been working and only minor changes will be made including adding more calcium. Check out the roots on this picture from #3 green.

-The cart path restoration project is well underway on the course. There will be plenty of signs and ropes to direct golfers where to go to avoid the construction areas and workers. It will be a temporary inconvenience while they are out here but the paths need to be fixed and it will be better for the future. -We sprayed out the annual bluegrass in the tees a few weeks ago and did the fairways recently. Annual bluegrass is a cool season weed that was going to check out on its own eventually. I wanted to spray it out so that it would be gone by the time we had our wall to wall fertilizer application (March 31 st). Now the bermuda grass would take up the nutrients instead of competing with the bluegrass for them. I anticipate a much smoother transition period this year. The ryegrass transition back to Bermuda grass will be happening shortly. -After the club championships we will start aerifying the rough and high traffic areas to help them recover and grow in. Our next greens aerification is May 26th. -One thing I want to try on the course this summer is to let some rough areas that aren’t directly in play grow up higher this year and let the pond edges grow up. This will help some bare areas in the rough fill in and help stop nutrients and pesticides from running off into the ponds. I am hoping this may help our ponds have less algae problems. Feel free to email me if you have any questions or comments at [email protected] -Dave Husar

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Volume 28, Issue 4

Nifty Niner News

by Cindi Riley

Great Time had by All! Nine, Wine and Dine Event Spring is here! March 15 the Niners and many of the 18 holers attended our Nine, Wine and Dine Event. Everyone had so much fun. Thank you to all the 18 holers who attended. The Board would like to give a gigantic thank you to the event Committee Chairman, Vickie Paul and her outstanding committee. They did a fabulous job! We had 95 players in total. Followed by a dinner of lasagna, salad, and rolls and dessert. A big “thank you” to all the husbands who served wine on the course. Dinner was followed by music which we danced the night away. Winners Were: 1st Place Front Nine: 2nd Place Front Nine: 3rd Place Front Nine:

Loise DiPalma, Ronna Pagenkopf, Soni Kerr, Denise Bertrand, Volrie Fusina, Catherine Jackson, Susan Roach Pat Arthur, Jane DeChambeau, Shirley Honeysett, Margaret Mardyniak

1st Place Back Nine: 2nd place Back Nine: 3rd Place Back Nine:

Debbie Roy, Vickie Confer, Marie Hunt, Kathy Tassone Irene Thompson, Marilyn McHenry, Jan Stefancic, Judy Short Sue Harris, Mary Ann Korponai, Del Wells, Alice Jessop

Closest to the Pin: Closest to the Line:

#8 Diane Wolczek, #13 Irene Thompson #4 Linda Black, #17 Debbie Roy

We have a busy April coming up. April 5th is the Member- Member Event, that was rescheduled because of rain on the original Event Day. Pictures will be taken before golf and during Cocktail Hour. Year End Awards Banquet will be held April 26th, with a 4-person Scramble. Golf at 1PM, cocktails at 4:00PM, Meeting (Swearing in of new Officers) at 4:30 PM and Dinner at 5:00 followed by Awards.

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Timber Greens Men's Golf Association

Submitted by Tim Williams

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Timber Greens Ladies Golf Association 18 Hole Division March was a busy month! Thank you to Debbie McLaughlin and Daintre Jacobs for a wonderful Solheim Cup event held on March 6th. Congratulations to our raffle winners and especially to the golf winners! We will complete the month with our President versus Vice-President Tournament on March 29th followed by a luncheon, general meeting, and election of officers. The election results will be posted next month. April will close out our 2021-2022 golf season. The Club Championship will be held on April 5th and 12th. Please consider playing in this event. Sign-up sheets are in the Pro Shop. Our Yearend awards on April 19th. Many friends will go back to homes up north and will be missed. We will look forward to their return for our 2022/2023 Golf Season. Respectfully, Sharon Back, President, LGA 18 Hole Ladies

Found! Please call TG Resident

John Blennerhasset at 727-375-8679

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Timber Greens April Golfing Calendar Sun

Mon

Tue

In Memory of Don Richards Wed

Thu

Fri

1

Sat

2

Friday 9 Hole Scramble 3:00 Shotgun Pick Your Partners!

3

4

5

6

7

8

Ladies Club Men’s Club Men’s Quota Ladies Quota Championship Championship Game Game Round 1 Round 1 Tee Times 8:00 Tee Times Tee Times Start 10:30 Tee Times At 7:00 Start At 11:15 Nifty Niners MemberMember 1:00 Shotgun

10

17

11

12

18 MGA Tee Times 8:00 & 10:45

19

LGA Closing Day 8:30 Shotgun Nifty Niners 1:00 Shotgun

24

13

14

Men’s Club Ladies Club Championship Championship Men’s Quota Ladies Quota Round 2 Round 2 Game Game 10:30 Tee Times 8:00 Tee Times Tee Times Start Tee Times At 7:00 Start At 11:15 Nifty Niners 1:00 Shotgun

25 MGA Tournament 12:30 Shotgun

26

LGA Summer Play 8:30 Shotgun Nifty Niners Closing Day 1:00 Shotgun

20

21

Men’s Quota Game Ladies Quota Tee Times Start Game At 7:00 Tee Times Start At 11:15

27

28

Men’s Quota Ladies Quota Game Game Tee Times Start At 7:00

HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO????

Tee Times Start At 11:15

Friday 9 Hole Scramble 3:00 Shotgun

15

9 Hummingbirds 11:15 Tee Times

16

Friday 9 Hole Scramble 3:00 Shotgun

22

23

Friday 9 Hole Scramble 3:00 Shotgun

29 Friday 9 Hole Scramble 3:00 Shotgun

30

Open Play 7:00- 8:45

Nifty Niners Potluck 1:30 Shotgun

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April 2022 Sun

Mon

Tue

Wed

Thu

Fri

Sat

April 1

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

April 2

Saturday Menu 11AM-5PM

Rotary Lunch

Veteran’s Dinner

Fish Fry

3

4

Sunday Menu 11AM-5PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

Private Party

10

RIB NIGHT 11

Sunday Menu 11AM-5PM

Private Party 17

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM Bar Menu 4-7

Private Party 18

Easter

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

COUNTRY DINNER

24

Sunday Menu 11AM-5PM

25

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM Bar Menu 4-7

5

Lunch Menu 11AM-2PM

Niners Member-Member Dinner

12

Lunch Menu 11AM-2PM

6

7

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

8

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

Rotary Lunch

Private Lunch

Fish Fry

13

14

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

Club Champ Dinner 19

Lunch Menu 11AM-2PM

15

20

21

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

22

16

Saturday Menu 11AM-5PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

Entertainment Night with Food

27

28

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-7PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

Rotary Lunch

Private Lunch

23

Saturday Menu 11AM-5PM

Rotary Lunch

Women’s Club Lunch

LGA Awards Dinner

Niners Award Dinner

Saturday Menu 11AM-5PM

Fish Fry

29

Private Lunch

MGA Golf & Dinner

9

Private Party

Bowling Banquet

Lunch Menu 11AM-2PM

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

Private Lunch

With Lunch and Dinner Specials

26

Lunch Menu 11AM-4PM

Pastabilities

Private Party

30

Saturday Menu 11AM-5PM Niners Pot Luck

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April 1, 2022

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April 1, 2022

Timber Greens Committees 2022-2023 ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW 1st & 3rd Tuesday - 9:00 a.m. Board Liaison: Michael Abramowich Chairperson - Ted Paige Secretary - Joyce Williams Membership: William Cameron, Denny Carlson Sharon Jensen, Ken Johnson, Carol Jones, Robert Riley, Jerry Wells, Joyce Williams, Pat Zorn

COMMUNICATIONS & MARKETING 2nd Tuesday - 10:30 a.m. Board Liaison: Howard Kahn Chairperson - Donna Woytek Membership: Adrian Simmons, Dale Snyder Marge Sobkow, Cyndy Webb

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM 2nd Tuesday - 9:00 a.m. Board Liaison: Steven P. Wolfe Chairperson - James O’Brien Secretary: Terry Coakley Membership: Open to all residents

CONFLICT RESOLUTION Meet as Required Board Liaison: Howard Kahn Chairperson - Howard Kahn Membership: Cathy Dare, Roger Newman, Marge Sobkow

ENTERTAINMENT 4th Friday - 8:30 a.m. Board Liaison: Steven P. Wolfe Chairperson - Open Secretary - Deborah Roy Membership: Deborah Acheson, Sue Harris, Alice Jessop, Cindi Riley

FINANCE 2nd Thursday - 9:30 a.m. Board Liaison: Steven P. Wolfe Chairperson - James O’Brien Membership: Sharon Back, Linda Donegan, Paul Kenney, Kevin McLaughlin, Jim O’Brien, Dennis Prater

GOLF ADVISORY Course Tour - 3rd Friday 8:00 a.m. Meeting date - after course tour Board Liaison: Michael Abramowich Chairperson - Jeff Mathieu Membership: Kevin Addington, Frank Feocco Kathi Keller, Kevin McLaughlin, Marci Paige, William Wallace

HEALTH & WELLNESS 2nd Monday - 7:00 p.m. Board Liaison: Patricia Zorn Chairperson - Patricia Cassidy, RN Membership: Trisha Brown, Michele Chirillo RN, Linda Kirk, Roberta Rocklein Pat Sommers RN

HELPING HANDS 1st Monday - 10:30 a.m. Board Liaison: Dane L. Woytek Co-Chairpersons - Susan Burkard & Judy DePetrillo Secretary - Ruth Elin Riley Treasurer - Donna Woytek Membership: Open to all residents

HOUSE & BEAUTIFICATION 3rd Thursday - 9:00 a.m. Board Liaison: Dane L. Woytek Chairperson - Alice Jessop Recording Secretary - Deborah Roy Membership: Paul Burns, Ladye Daniels, Sharon Jenson, Lynn Mumaw, Doreen Perry, Diane Sedlak, Patty Ward

MAJOR PROJECTS ADVISORY 2nd Wednesday - 9:00 a.m. Board Liaison: Michael Abramowich Chairperson - Dave Gullickson Scribe Membership: Rick DeFelice, Steve Fling, Kenneth Saas, Jack Stuebs

PLANNING 1st Thursday - 9:00 a.m. As Needed Board Liaison: Patricia Zorn Chairperson - Dana Smith Membership: Chris Landelius, Nedra Gordon, Kevin McLaughlin, Robert Yocum

WELCOMING Meet as Required Board Liaison: Michael Abramowich Chairperson - Lynn Hall Membership: Vivian Cameron, Lee Clarke, Angie Grunewald, Karen Johnston, Patricia Jowers, Susanne Nelson, Helen Stepkoski, Susan Stokely, Mary Wallace, Priscilla Weins

Volume 28, Issue 4

Debbie Guy Betty Betz Bill Wallace Ronald Pollen Mike Munchel Janet Perveiler Shirley Horning Jayne Hamilton John Louis Laura Crawford Gary Hunt Terry Katz Walter Keller Marie Hunt Mary Beth Schommer Gale Burns Randy McGough Judy Parker

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Rita Rauner Bob Yocum Mary Loeffler Diane Scala Natale Scarpelli James Furman John Portelli Frank Marnen Larry Pickrel Carol Carlson Dennis Donegan William Malay James Martin Jody Morhammer Allan Jones Heidi Sprecher Nicholas Chirillo

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Denny & Cathy Louis & Eileen

Lucille Gallina Paul Kenney Jeri Henderlong Michael Laurin Steve Dutton Carole Panelas Pamela Frazier Pearl Chronister Carol Tagg Karen Caw Charles Raposa Peter Calandro John Ventura Sue Glover Tom Martin Helen Stepkoski Robert Jackson Barbara Mehling

Dempsey Garavente

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1967 1953

Jerry & Betty

Bruber

8

1958

Ron & Sue

Harris

8

1965

Ken & MerryAnne Sommer

8

1995

Battle

9

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Marinello

13

1983

Dane & Donna

Woytek

14

1995

Stephen & Norma

Walters

17

1993

Richard & Glory

DeFelice

18

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Kelly

22

1961

Martin

22

1971

Riley

23

1966

Morhammer

23

2005

Weed

23

2011

Miklas

24

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John & BJ Max Jagentenfl & Jane

Ken & Pat Richard & Rhonda Larry & Cindi Al & Jody Eileen Price & Richard Harry & Chris

Thomas

25

1992

Steve & Stephanie

Jim & Helen

Wortman

27

1996

Nancy & Gilbert

Gonzalez

27

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Aileen & Roger

Newman

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2017

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The Green Scene

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Shirley Zukis

1

Edward Coates

12

Margaret Mardyniak

22

Ronald King

2

Marilyn Bacca

13

Ted Paige

22

Michele Chirillo

2

Jane Murphy

13

Robert Flynn

3

Ginny Scapicchio

13

Mike Jones

3

& Anna Mae

William & Paul

&

Charles &

Steve Fling

23

13

Lynn Hall

23

Robert Parsons

3

Jane Flynn

14

Nancy Woytek

23

Jeanne Schlott

4

16

James Coakley

24

Linda Black

4

Vicki Confer

16

David Gullickson

24

5

Jim Pilliod

17

Vic Gutermuth

24

Carol Bulock

5

Marci Paige

17

Jim O'Brien

25

Louise Hetfield

5

Marilyn Pollen

18

Lynn Mumaw

26

Joanie Duncan

5

Peggy Gallagher

19

Joan Nelson

26

Melody Harper

5

Linda Gribble

19

Gail Melville

26

Vicki Van Atta

7

Michael McNeil

19

Mike Abramowich

9

Tim Woytek

19

Leonard DelGuidice

27

Kevin McLaughlin

9

Marie Fleming

20

Stephen Walters

27

Linda Paradiso

9

Lena Gloshinski

20

Steve Casakos

27

Joyce Westlund

9

Linda Donegan

20

Claudia Potestio

10

Vivian Cameron

20

Barbara Cosgrove

10

Denny Dempsey

21

Joan Dutton

28

Beverly Lee

10

Cathy Jackson

21

Donna Ohlerking

29

Daintre Jacobs

10

Colleen Cote

21

Dick Bacca

30

Randy Harper

11

Jeannette Bryant

22

Judith Wells

30

1971

Malay

2

1964

Gale

Burns

5

1973

Lucille

Raposa

6

1961

Korponai

6

1972

Sam

& Mary Ann

Jerry

&

Joan

Nelson

8

1991

Jerry

&

Judith

Wells

8

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Peter

&

Laurie

Calandro

10

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Stepkoski Joerres Zachelmeyer

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1968 2011 1999

13

1967

William & Mary Beth Schommer

Myrna Katz

Mary Ann Buel

Pat Stankowski Patricia King

27

27 27

11

1

Paul & Helen Sharon & Richard Dave & Terri

22

13

Pacione

Jean

Arlene Libonati

22

Lynn Werner

Terry Caw

Donald Fusina

Vicki Kral

3

Don Ketcham

Jennie Ambrosio

John

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Bill &

Vivian

Cameron

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Gary &

Marie

Hunt

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1970

Lou &

Susan

Gamboa

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1987

Tom &

Christine

Luncher

16

2014

Bob &

Angie

Sliwinski

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Ernest &

Sara

Wartenberg 17

1966

Joe & Ken &

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Reginald & Walter & Volrie &

Robin

Przepiora

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1979

Joyce

Senhouse

21

1960

Daintre Joan Donald

Jacobs Beasley Fusina

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1965 1978 2004

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The Green Scene

April 1, 2022

The Board of Directors, Residents, and Staff of the Timber Greens Community Association extends its condolences to the family and friends of Marie Brown & Pat Van Ess

I would like to express my sincere thanks to my neighbors in Royal Oak for visiting me, sending cards, bringing food and walking my dog, during my recent hip surgery and recovery. Betty Bruber

Help the Children at Shriner’s Hospital - Recycle your cans. Day

Area

Contact Person_ __

Phone_____

Monday

Clearmeadow

Bob Riley

727-846-7755

Tuesday

Oakwood Hills

Roberta Rocklein

727-484-6023

Fair Skies Drive

Roberta Rocklein

727-484-6023

Misty Meadow Loop

Roberta Rocklein

727-484-6023

Scenic Pines Court

Roberta Rocklein

727-484-6023

Wilderness

Kevin McLaughlin

561-414-6890

Pine Walk Drive Country Ridge

Audrey & Mike Jones Peg Gallagher

727-376-4313 727-372-3791

Country Club Estates Fairway Village I & II

Peg Gallagher Peg Gallagher

727-372-3791 727-372-3791

Summer Breeze

Peg Gallagher

727-372-3791

Baywood Village Muirfield Estates

Peg Gallagher Peg Gallagher

727-372-3791 727-372-3791

Oak Pines

Joyce Williams

727-817-0795

Wednesday

Woodhollow

Linda Schacht

727-842-9015

Friday

Springmeadow

Marilyn McHenry

727-375-0935

Saturday

Royale Oaks I & II

Don Schleicher

727-375-8682

If you would like to help this worthy cause, please rinse out your aluminum cans and place them at the curb on your pick up day. All proceeds from recycled cans are donated directly to Shriner’s Hospital. If you do not use aluminum cans and would like to donate to this cause, make checks out to the Shriner’s Hospital and leave them with Sandy at the Administration office.