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February 2015
The Bay Laker
Editor: Janice Van Dyke
Issue 59
NEW YEARS EVE PARTY
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Feb. 28 Canad
Home Owners
Association Officers
President
Carla Hannay 484-1371
Vice President
Sylvia Richardson 480-0208
Treasurer
Grace Gagliardi 484-6412
Secretary
Jane Ann Miller 483-3247
Director
John Stephens 488-5680
Director
Joyce Martin 412-9663
Director
Mike Parisi 488-2899
46 people gathered in the clubhouse to bring in the New
Year. We danced to the music of EDDIE Z, shared wonderful
appetizers prepared by the participants, and partied till the clock
struck 12. Many thanks to the committee who decorated and
stayed to clean-up. Best wishes to all for a happy, healthy new
year!
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FROM THE PRESIDENT
Carla Hannay
Now that we’ve gotten through the holidays
and welcomed in the New Year here’s hoping it
will be a good year for all.
As you know from January through April
there are many functions that are planned for
the enjoyment of the Community. Recently a
function was poorly attended, and while there
were circumstances of family visiting, illness,
etc., which is entirely understandable, there
were many who didn’t feel the need to partake
in the festivities.
For those of you who attended the last
Association Meeting I requested that you, the
members of the Community make the decision
of what you would like to occur at our next
New Year’s celebration. Any and all ideas
are welcome. One suggestion was to have a
dinner/dance from 6-9 pm, and at 9 we change
the clocks to read midnight, sing Auld Lange
Syne, then depart for home at a reasonable
hour. So, what do you think?
Additionally I asked for volunteers to take
over the Rummage Sale after the upcoming
sale in February. This would be a 2 year
commitment, you don’t have to be a year round
resident to do this job. If no one will step up
to the plate to take on this responsibility there
will be no extra funds for entertainment and we
will most likely have to eliminate some of our
functions next season.
Published by:
For advertising information
please call 941-375-3699
Keep in mind that monies received from the
rummage sale, 50/50, ticket sales, membership
fees help to offset the cost of these events,
supplies and door prizes, etc. At the same time
we can no longer sell tickets for events at the
low prices that have been charged in the past….
no more $2.00, $3.00, etc tickets. Everything
goes up in price, and we must charge
accordingly. I will be meeting with the Board
later this month and we are going to have to set
strict guidelines on the above.
We will try to have a detailed expenditure
report ready for the Association Meeting in
March, which will give the Board time to
discuss and the Treasurer to get back with a
report. We will use the last year 2014, as the
sample for same.
Hope to see a BIG crowd at the Valentine’s
Party and all events thereafter……..
And, thank you all for your concern and
prayers for my granddaughter Brittany.
See you around the Park
THE SPEED LIMIT IS 15 MPG,
PLEASE WATCH YOUR SPEED!!!
CHRISTMAS DINNER
Patti Schinharl-Louise LaCasse
The Christmas dinner was attended by 71
people. There were people there we hadn’t seen
in a long time. We were so blessed to see them.
The invocation was given by Barb Hopkins.
There was a great variety of food and many
happy faces and full tummies.
We played a lot of games and had many
prizes. Thanks to Fran and Jim Stine for going
out and getting the donations from the business
places which will be listed in this newsletter.
There were lots of desserts to finish off the
dinner. The whole dinner went so well I would
have no problem doing it again next year. The
people in this park are always there when help
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is needed. This was my first Christmas away
from my family back home and I must say you
all truly made it a glorious day. God Bless you
all and have a Happy New Year!
PRIZES FOR CHRISTMAS DINNER 2014
• Richards Whole Foods-$25.00 gift card
593 US 41 Bypass N.
Venice FL 34285
• T.J. Maxx Home Goods-$20.00 gift card
• Vaprzone-$25.00 gift certificate
448 N US Bypass
Venice, FL 34285
SUPER BOWL PARTY
There will be a super
bowl party at the clubhouse
on Sunday February 1,
2015 at 5 p.m. There will be
another TV set up, 50/50,
and raffles. Plus there will
be a $1.00 football pool. Everyone attending
should bring their own snacks and drinks.
Come and root for your team!
SAVE THE DATES
The spring chorus concert will be presented
on Tuesday March 24, 2015, at 7 PM in the
• Partridge Barber Shop- $13.00 gift Card
clubhouse. This year’s theme will be “The
452 N. 41 Bypass
Fabulous Fifties.”Already plans are being made
Venice FL 34285
for spirited performances
of some of your favorites
• Free Haircut or Blow Dry at Bangz Hair from the decade, including
Salon
dance and comedy. Mark
585 US 41 Bypass N.
your calendars now and
Venice, FL 34285
don’t miss it! New singers
are welcome to join the
• Real Bikes of Venice- $75.00 gift certificate chorus beginning at the next rehearsal, Tuesday
January 13th at 7 p. m. in the clubhouse.
• Manicure-Le Nails
Enthusiasm is the main requirement – we’ll
583 US 41 Bypass N.
teach you the rest. Chorus appearances at
Venice, FL 34285
Saturday morning coffee are scheduled for
January 24th (nostalgia), February 14th
• 3 bottles of wine and package of cheese, (Valentine’s Day), and March 14th (St.
meat and olives from Winn Dixie
Patrick’s Day). Call Grace Gagliardi at 4846412 for further information about the chorus
• Hibachi Grill & Buffet- Free Lunch
549 US 41 Bypass N.
RUMMAGE SALE
Venice, FL 34285
Rosemary Parker and Dave Baumgartner
• $10.00’s worth of Lotto tickets donated By
Saturday, February 21, 2015 from 8:30am
Patti Schinharl
to 12:30pm Table set-up will be Thursday
in the morning.The shed will be emptied
• 3 packages of coffee from Dunkin Donuts Friday morning.There is a sign-up sheet in
the clubhouse for all departments.We always
• Mystery Gift from Helen Stephens
...continued on page 4
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Women's Club Salad
need help so please sign
Luncheon
up for the area you would
like to work.The proceeds
The Women's Club is sponsoring a salad
from the sale pay for our
luncheon which will be held at 12:00 Noon on
entertainment throughout
Thursday, February 26,
the year.
2015, in the clubhouse.
COME ONE - COME ALL!!
All women in the park
Don't forget the Women's Club has a bake
are welcome to attend.
sale that day. Bake your favorite cookies, cake,
Tickets will be sold at
fudge, etc. Also, come down and shop. See
Bingo and at Saturday coffees
you all then.
beginning in mid-January, and
the cost will be $2.00 per person, plus each
participant needs to bring a salad. If there are
JULIET’S
nuts, onions, tomatoes, or apples in the salad,
please indicate on a card that will be placed
The Juliets will be going to the Breakfast
nearby because of allergies.
House at 2301 Tamiami Trail N., Nokomis,
If you have any questions, please contact
FL (next door to Waterfront II) at 9:30 a.m. on
Connie Conley at (941) 412-3444.
Thursday February 19, 2015. If you haven’t
been there it is a fun place with great food.
Please sign up is you would like to go. Any
questions call Patti at 419-902-1378
941-773-4466
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Club
St. Patrick's Day Potluck
There will be a potluck dinner on Sunday,
March 15, 2015, at 5:00
P.M. A sign-up sheet
will be in the clubhouse
in the near future. If you
have any questions, please
contact Connie Conley at
(941)412-3444.
The Bay Lake Estates Book Club meets in
the library at 1:00 P.M. on the third Wednesday
of each month through April,
and everyone is welcome
to attend. The February
meeting will be Wednesday,
February 18th. The March
meeting is Wednesday, March 18th; and the
April meeting is Wednesday, April 15th. The
selections for these months will be shown on
the sign-up sheets in the clubhouse; however, if
you have any questions, please contact Connie
Conley at (941) 412-3444.
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WALKERS
LAST CHANCE
For everyone that walks especially
after dark or before dawn, please
wear some type of reflective
clothing or light color clothes so
motorists can see you. For your
safety it would be best to carry a
flashlight also. PLEASE
motorist, slow down and watch
for others.
The Bay Lake Estates Resident
Directorywill go to press as soon as a new
officers are elected at the February 3, 2015
Association meeting. If you have any changes,
corrections, or are a new resident please contact
me, Janice at jm.vandyke@comcast.net or 941483-1043.
By Janice Van Dyke
OUR FABULOUS VALENTINE
DINNER & DANCE IS BACK!
Mark your Calendars and Purchase your
Tickets:
Sunday, February 15th 6:00–10:00 PM
Join us for a Celebration of LOVE for
Singles and Couples Live Music: Back by
popular demand - the
exciting “Gotta Love It
Band” Music –Dinner –
Dessert – Prizes -Dancing
This is a BYOB event so
come prepared to PARTY!
$10 BLE members / $12
non-members and guests
Tickets go on sale January 10th at the Saturday
morning coffee. Or contact Donna Pfeiffer 941586-2812
NEW RESIDENTS
The residents of Bay Lake Estates would
like to welcome these new home owners to our
family:
• 132 Camellia- Carol Ann Kelley.
• 228 Orchid- Michael Lueck.
Bill Buntain had a hole in one on Dec 3 on
hole 25 at 150 yd par 3 with a 5 wood at Lake
Venice Golf Course!
2015 NOMINATING COMMITTEE
There is 1 vacancy for a director on the
Board. The nominating committee consists of
Phyliss Clifford 412-9458, Rosemary Parker
419-215-4733, Anne Cashell 493-5807, and
Donna Loveless 484-4089, chairperson.
The voting will be at the BLEA meeting
on Tuesday February 3, 2015. Please plan to
attend and bring your membership card so you
can vote.
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CALLING ALL CANADIANS
Lucille Gould
Mark your calendar for Canada Day,
Saturday,February 28, 2015. This is an annual
event where we Canadians supply the donuts
and coffee, hosting our
American friends; in total
130 folks attended last
year. We always take a few
group shots with lots of us
missing, still in bed or off
at a garage sale. Please plan to make this the
biggest turnout ever of Canucks. We have an
incomplete list: Joyce & Ken, Jane & Rod,
Barb & Willie, Doreen & Wayne, Janice &
Denis, Deb & Dan, Pearl & Ken, Jack, Ron
& June, Fran & Alex, Judy & Nells, Larry &
Carol, Doug, Mary & Ken, Bob and Lu.
Please email me with any names I have
missed
LGOULD7@COGECO.CA.
lately – membership stands at only 20,000. This
number may be too small for FMO to have
much clout with the legislators, although their
knowledge base is as strong as ever.
Wecan’t assume that “someone else will do
it”; everyone needs to consider joining. Please
pick up a form in the clubhouse, fill out the
form and send to FMO, PO Box 5300, Largo,
FL 33779-5300. For more information, contact
Jerry Farmiloe or Tony Best.
OH-MI CLUB
The OH-MI Club are going to have lunch at
Popi’s Place on Monday February 16, 2015 at
1:00 p.m. Popi’s is at 3232 17th St., Sarasota,
FL 34235, 941-312-5991. As sign up sheet is
in the clubhouse with directions. Everyone is
welcome to join us.
FMO FIGHTS FOR YOU
FMO stands for Federation ofManufactured
Home Owners of Florida, Inc.
For more than 50 years the FMO has
worked in Tallahassee and with park Home
Owners’ Associations to give us all a voice. Are
you facing a legal battle with your corporate
owner?
Is there an internal dispute about what the
HOA legally can and cannot do? The FMO
can recommend a lawyer well versed in these
matters. Is the legislature threatening to pass
another tax on us and our neighbors? FMO will
be our voice in the legislative meeting rooms.
There are about 320,000 lots in
manufactured-home communities throughout
Florida. Several years ago, FMO membership
stood at 250,000, representing a substantial
portion of these residents. Now – perhaps
because there hasn’t been a really big issue
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hard of hearing.
My Mom’s hearing was due to surgical procedure.
She had been wearing hearing aids for years before I
came into the industry 14 years ago. The �irst time I
�it her with aids she was startled by how much better
she heard. I knew the technology had not improved
dramatically so it wasn’t until I realized she had been
using moderate technology levels. That experience
showed me how much it had cost her in connecting
with others and being part of the group by wearing
aids not �it for her busy lifestyle.
She didn’t have to buy a moderate set, I just don’t
think she knew how much bene�it and ease of
listening a higher level of technology would provide
for her challenging hearing and busy lifestyle.
I do understand that there are times when you
have to compromise due to �inancial strains. If you
have to compromise do so knowingly . Be aware of
what you are choosing between.
Having my life, my family so directly affected by
hearing loss I am truly passionate about helping
others hear their best. I lived in a family that had
frustrations that occurred from not hearing someone
or frequent misunderstandings.
I help people with a hearing loss participate in
their family moments. I have sought out additional
training to ensure I have the ability to help.
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Friday night Euchre (a card
game in which each player is
dealt five cards and the player
making trump must take three
tricks to win a hand) will start
on Friday night, January 9, 2015,
at 7:00 p.m. in the clubhouse. A
sign up sheet will be posted in advance each
week, Dodi Farmiloe; 6 Flamboyant St. 440487-8626
COMPUTER CLINIC
by Steve Rollison
“Ransomware” – The Nastiest
Malware Yet
You start up your computer
and suddenly the screen is filled
with a message, supposedly from
the police or the FBI. You are
notified that your computer
has been used for some
illegal activity—for example,
pirating software or downloading
child pornography—and your computer has
been locked from further use. To unlock your
computer you must pay a fine using a prepaid
cash service. When you press keys or move
or click your mouse, you discover that your
computer has indeed been locked.
In a variation of this malware your message
mimics the Windows Product Activation notice,
telling you Windows must be reactivated due to
“being a victim of fraud.” An online activation
is offered, which turns out to be a long-distance
call to a country with exorbitant line charges.
While some ransomware simply locks the
user out of the computer, other ransomware
actually encrypts critical files. In either case,
paying the ransom may or may not get you an
electronic “key” to unlock your computer.
What should you do?
Do NOT pay the ransom! Over $50 million
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has been extorted from ransomware victims.
Instead, immediately contact Herb, Susan or
Steve. We have software which may enable us
to rescue your computer.
As always, prevention is a lot better and a
lot easier than remediation. If you’re not sure
what you should be doing to prevent being
infected by malware, you need to come talk
with us at one of the Wednesday Computer
Clinics from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.
HELP HOSPITALIZED
VETERANS USA
DOG TRAINING
Barb Hickey
I will begin FREE dog
training on January 21, 2015.
We will have training in the
Bone Yard on Oleander St. at
9 am every Wednesday. All dogs and
their owners are welcome. No dog is too old
or young to get socialized. Please wear proper
shoes. If you have any questions call Barb
Hickey 941-445-4287.
LINE DANCING
There are craft kits available for Veterans.
The free Craft and Art kits are: number
painting, moccasins, model cars, leather
kits, etc. You must have a VA card as proof of
veteran. You are eligible to receive two kits.
• TIME: 9-12
• Where: Bay Lake Estates Mobile Home
Park Club House
• When: 2nd, 3rd and 4th Tuesday of every
Month.
Joyce Martin
Join us every Monday
for line dancing. Everyone is
welcome. We start at 9:30
a.m. with beginner dances and
progress to low intermediate
dances until 11:00. See you at the clubhouse. ??
Call Joyce Martin 941-412-9663
BLOOD PRESSURE READINGS
Joan Zimmerman
MEDICAL SHED
Again blood pressure readings
Donna Loveless 219 Periwinkle St. 941will be offered the 2nd Saturday
484-4089 is in charge of the medical shed. It
of each month starting from
has wheelchairs, walkers, bicycles, toilet seats,
8:30 to 9:15 a.m. in the clubhouse
bath seats, etc. Items you might need or can use
library. PLEASE for an accurate
if you have company with children. If you need
reading, NO caffeinated drinks
anything, please give her a call.
until after reading. Also refrain from
smoking at least 20 minutes before your
reading.
MAH JONG
Anyone interested in playing Mah Jong or
learning how to play come to the clubhouse on
Thursdays at 1:00 p. m.
SALVATION ARMY
Tony and Jamie Best take
food to the Salvation Army
weekly or biweekly. Please leave
your donations in the colorful
box on the stage at the clubhouse.
Your gifts are greatly appreciated.
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FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS
Women of the Word bible study is on
Tuesdays thru March 17, 2015. We will be
studying the books of 1 & 2 Thessalonians this
year. It is a 10 week study & we meet in the
library Tuesday mornings at 10:00 a.m.
When there is an association meeting,
we will meet right after the meeting
is over.
We plan to have a luncheon
once a month where we enjoy our
favorite foods & get to know each
other better. If you have any questions, call
Darlene Laursen 612-306-4848.
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Gail Turner 02-04
Willie Hickey02-06
Roger Vorraber02-07
Paula Morrissey 02-08
Bob Levesque 02-11
Donna Loveless 02-11
Brian Symonds 02-14
Donna Lussier 02-14
Lloyd Hallett 02-18
Carol Turk 02-20
Connie Conley02-21
Janet Ouellette 02-23
George Stuchell
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David Harper 02-28
John Petropoulos 02-28
Jane Ann Miller 02-29
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John & Grace Gagliardi 02-04
Bob Levesque & Lucille Gould 02-05
John & Elsie Bauer 02-19
Kenneth & Pearl Breeze 02-21
Roger & Louise LaCasse 02-26
Jack & Carla Hannay 02-27
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BEGINNER 9:30 AM
HAND & FOOT 1 PM
Monday
CRAFTS FOR
VETERANS
9-12 AM
BRIDGE 1 PM
CHORUS 7 PM
24
CRAFTS FOR
VETERANS
9-12 AM
BRIDGE 1 PM
CHORUS 7 PM
17
CRAFTS FOR
VETERANS
9-12 AM
BRIDGE 1 PM
CHORUS 7 PM
10
BRIDGE 1 PM
CHORUS 7 PM
BLEA MEETING 9 AM
3
Tuesday
25
DOG TRAINING 9 AM
W.I.N. 9 AM
COMPUTER CLINIC 1 PM
BINGO 7 PM
18
DOG TRAINING 9 AM
W.I.N. 9 AM
COMPUTER CLINIC 1 PM
BINGO 7 PM
11
DOG TRAINING 9 AM
W.I.N. 9 AM
COMPUTER CLINIC 1 PM
BINGO 7 PM
4
DOG TRAINING 9 AM
W.I.N. 9 AM
COMPUTER CLINIC 1 PM
BINGO 7 PM
Wednesday
WAMENS'S CLUB
LUNCH NOON
BLEA BOARD MTG 9 AM
26
SETUP TABLES FOR
RUMMAGE SALE
19
JULIETS 9l30
12
MAHJONG 1:00 PM
5
MAHJONG 1:00 PM
Thursday
FEBRUARY 2015
27
EUCHRE 7 PM
RUMMAGE
SALE SETUP
20
13
EUCHRE 7 PM
6
EUCHRE 7 PM
Friday
COFFEE 9 AM
SCAT 7 PM
CANADA
DAY
28
RUMMAGE
SALE
21
BLOOD
PRESSURE
SCREENING
8:30 AM
COFFEE 9 AM
SCAT 7 PM
14
7
COFFEE 9 AM
SCAT 7 PM
Saturday
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