MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION CARDS

          Do you qualify for one of the Medicare Prescription cards with the $600 allowance for drugs? If your monthly income is no more than                                                                                    $1,048 for a single person or                                                                                                  $1,406 for a married couple
          You need to apply for the card immediately so that you qualify for the 2004 allowance and then you will get the $600 for 2005 also. The allowance that is not used up in 2004 will rollover to 2005 which gives you almost $1,200 to be used for drug purchases in 2005. If you have any questions contact Lucile Hurley at 787-8993 or Hur1gyLC&Jsp.com. "This what I did, on a volunteer basis, all summer for the people up in southwestern Virginia." The process is simple, just give me a call. It's a shame to let that money go back to Medicare when you are entitled to receive it.

Viv and I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving and will have a Merry Christmas, no matter where you may be.
                                                             Viv and Gail Virgo
                                                             Community Managers

DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS: PAULINE ANASTASOFF, AL BAKER, FRANK BISHOP, JOAN BRAUN, AUDREY CALHOUN, GEORGIANNA COLE, CHARLES DECHANT, ESTHER FITZWATER, DORIS HALL, AL JOHNSON, MARTHA KNOWLES, PATRICIA POUPARD, ROYCE PATTERSON, CHRIS RICE, JOAN SANTELLA, STELLA SCHMITZ, SUSAN SIPE, HAROLD SPENCE, JEANETrE VALENTINO

DECEMBER ANNIVERSARIES: ANDY & NANCY ALLGOOD, RICH & PEG ANIOL, BILL & BETTY BUMBALOUGH, LOREN & EVELYN FOOTE, ROYCE & DORIS PATTERSON, GENE & MARY SULLIVAN

TO OUR NEIGHBORS WHO WERE ILL OR HOSPITALIZED RECENTLY, WE WISH FOR YOU ALL BETTER DAYS AND HEALING TOO, COMBINED WITH GOOD CHEER AND STRENGTH.  IN NOVEMBER THE SUNSHINE CLUB SENT CARDS TO ELAINE HALL, GERI ROHNER, SOPHIE KAHLE AND HAROLD FREEMAN.

LAKESIDE TERRACE WEB SITE

          If you have any new ideas or comments for the web page, please let me know and if you have anything that you may want to share with the rest of our community, please send it to me at LTseagull@aol.com and please include your name. You can also e-mail me from the Lakeside Terrace site: lakesideterrace,net, Remember, you can also get the Seagull Newsletter on the Lakeside Terrace site.
          If you would like the Seagull sent to you by e-mail, please advise your e-mail address.
                                                                         Rich Aniol

The Seagull Soundings
                      The newsletter for Lakeside Terrace Residents

SEAGULL SOUNDINGS DECEMBER 2004

CRIME WATCH: Crime watch still needs one person to act as a base operator about one night (9 PM to I I PM) per week. We will furnish the radio and if needed, we can have someone install the radio and show you how to operate it. Please help! Call Ron Schmitz at 314-3992.

REMEMBER SOCIAL CLUB MEETING TUESDAY,
DECEMBER 7th at 7:00 PM

TRAVEL NEWS: Are you tired of traveling to the same place? Trips to China, Tibet, Hong Kong and the Canadian Rockies are available. Information is in the folder in the clubhouse.

Day Trips to Hard Rock Cafe, Sterling Casino, Sun Cruise Casino, Cedar Key, Tampa Downs and the Dixie Stampede are posted on the Travel Board.

           Call Mary K at 365-1131 for more information.

WELCOME: We would like to say welcome to our new homeowners and hope to see you soon at some of the many activities coming up. Ed and Deborah Lubinville are at 65 Wintergreen. Albert and Garnet Wenzel are at 2 Clubhouse. James and "Renee" Buck are at 46 Wintergreen. Chuck and Darlene Powell are at 11 Lakeview Drive. Ron Schofield is at 77 Lake Griffin. Also we would like to advise that Jan and Audrey Agnew are moving from 3 Clubhouse Drive to 56 Eden Drive.

The Good Sams Club would appreciate your cooperation when we have a funeral meal to prepare. A notice announcing the arrangements for services, fellowship and meals will be posted in the Clubhouse on the bulletin board as soon as we have the information to pass onto the park residents. Please use the sign up sheets. We must know the number of people who plan to attend said ftmction. We can then be prepared to make the fellowship memory more comfortable for the bereaved.

FYI: If you like Italian food at a reasonable price, try the new restaurant PAPA LEO'S, located in the Leesburg Square Plaza (the one next to Walmarts). They are open until 9:00 PM Monday thru Saturday. For $4.95, you can have spaghetti with meatballs, a salad and garlic rolls. The salad is more than just lettuce and a slice of tomato and the garlic rolls are fresh baked and crispy on the outside and soft on the inside. They also serve pizza, other salads and hot or cold sub sandwiches. The sandwiches are $4.50. This has been a favorite eating place for us for many years. They were previously called Take-Two Pizza and Taormina.
                                                                                                                          Bob & Nancy

LAKESIDE TERRACE THANKSGIVING DINNER

          Residents of Lakeside Terrace enjoyed a lovely family style Thanksgiving Dinner on Saturday, November 18, 2004 in the Clubhouse. Turkey, Dressing, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, Cranberry Sauce and Rolls and Butter were provided for the residents by Hometown America.
          Lakeside Terrace residents turned the clubhouse into a warm lovely family dining room with their tables decorated and set for the thanksgiving feast.
          I would like to take this opportunity to thank all those who helped to make our family style thanksgiving dinner possible. Thanks and applause to Nancy Vollmer (our wonderful chef), Ron & Lee Hayden, Francis Cox, Edd & Carole Kolbe, Dorothy Thompson, Wally & Patty Voelker, and last but not never least, Rich Aniol.
          A special thanks to those wonderful gentlemen who set the room up on Saturday morning and provided us with great entertainment at the same time, Rich Aniol, Wally Voelker, Doug Rice, Mr. Bird, Richard Bryd, Carl Wood, Edd Kolbe and if by chance I have forgotten anyone I apologize. A huge pat on the back to Lee Hayden for her brilliant idea on serving, I'm sure it was greatly appreciated not only by the committee, but everyone in the room as well.

                                                           Thanks to All
                                                         Peg Aniol

FYI: Be reminded that Michele Lennon, RN will be taking blood pressures in the Clubhouse on Tuesday Mornings from 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM. Everyone is welcome.

Do You Enjoy Playing Bridge? We are organizing our bridge tables for the coming months. Come and enjoy a pleasant enjoyable evening of bridge at the Clubhouse on Tuesday evenings, starting at 7 PM. For information contact Lucile Hurley at 787-8993.

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY has a project for your used postage stamps. Just cut them off then envelope and put them in the envelope that is found on the bulletin board marked "Stamps for Humanity".
                                                                        Thanks
                         Betty Shaffer

CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S CLUB

          You are invited to attend the Leesburg & Tri-Cities Christian Women's Club Luncheon on Thursday, December 16th. The speaker will be the Director of Lake County Extension Services. The guest speaker, Marcia Trego from Sarasota shares her experience with "The Superwoman Syndrome." These luncheons are very uplifting and enjoyable. Reservations must be made by December 12th . Please call Lucile Hurley if you have questions or are interested in attending. We will carpool from Lakeside Terrace. The cost is $11.00.



MEDICARE PRESCRIPTION CARDS

          Do you qualify for one of the Medicare Prescription cards with the $600 allowance for drugs? If your monthly income is no more than                                                                                    $1,048 for a single person or                                                                                                  $1,406 for a married couple
          You need to apply for the card immediately so that you qualify for the 2004 allowance and then you will get the $600 for 2005 also. The allowance that is not used up in 2004 will rollover to 2005 which gives you almost $1,200 to be used for drug purchases in 2005. If you have any questions contact Lucile Hurley at 787-8993 or Hur1gyLC&Jsp.com. "This what I did, on a volunteer basis, all summer for the people up in southwestern Virginia." The process is simple, just give me a call. It's a shame to let that money go back to Medicare when you are entitled to receive it.

Viv and I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving and will have a Merry Christmas, no matter where you may be.
                                                             Viv and Gail Virgo
                                                             Community Managers

DECEMBER BIRTHDAYS: PAULINE ANASTASOFF, AL BAKER, FRANK BISHOP, JOAN BRAUN, AUDREY CALHOUN, GEORGIANNA COLE, CHARLES DECHANT, ESTHER FITZWATER, DORIS HALL, AL JOHNSON, MARTHA KNOWLES, PATRICIA POUPARD, ROYCE PATTERSON, CHRIS RICE, JOAN SANTELLA, STELLA SCHMITZ, SUSAN SIPE, HAROLD SPENCE, JEANETrE VALENTINO

DECEMBER ANNIVERSARIES: ANDY & NANCY ALLGOOD, RICH & PEG ANIOL, BILL & BETTY BUMBALOUGH, LOREN & EVELYN FOOTE, ROYCE & DORIS PATTERSON, GENE & MARY SULLIVAN

TO OUR NEIGHBORS WHO WERE ILL OR HOSPITALIZED RECENTLY, WE WISH FOR YOU ALL BETTER DAYS AND HEALING TOO, COMBINED WITH GOOD CHEER AND STRENGTH.  IN NOVEMBER THE SUNSHINE CLUB SENT CARDS TO ELAINE HALL, GERI ROHNER, SOPHIE KAHLE AND HAROLD FREEMAN.

LAKESIDE TERRACE WEB SITE

          If you have any new ideas or comments for the web page, please let me know and if you have anything that you may want to share with the rest of our community, please send it to me at LTseagull@aol.com and please include your name. You can also e-mail me from the Lakeside Terrace site: lakesideterrace,net, Remember, you can also get the Seagull Newsletter on the Lakeside Terrace site.
          If you would like the Seagull sent to you by e-mail, please advise your e-mail address.
                                                                         Rich Aniol



CHRISTMAS CARDS

          We will provide a space near the mirrors in the Clubhouse so that you can post a Christmas Card Greeting to your Lakeside Terrace neighbors if you wish.



          That's all for now folks, the new cut off date for the January 2005 issue of the
Seagull will be DECEMBER 20,2004 due to the traveling of some of the Seagull Staff.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL!!!!!







  

Lakeside Terrace
Crime Watch Instructions
Each Crime Watch Tour Will Run From 9:00 PM Until Midnight

Arrangements for picking up the equipment should be made by calling Ron Schmitz @ 314-3992 at least 3 hours prior to the start of your tour.

The Crime Watch Equipment Package consists of the Following:

1.          One Walkie-Talkie radio, make certain the channel selector is set to Channel 14
                   with Lighter Adapter Cable

2.          One Mobile Antenna and Cable assembly
3.          One Flashlight
4.          One Key to the Clubhouse
5.          One Notepad and Pencil or Ballpoint Pen
6.          Large White Spotlight
7.          2 Magnetic "Lakeside Terrace Crime Watch" door signs.

Tour Instructions
Position the Magnetic Antenna as near as possible to the center of you vehicle. Be certain that the Antenna is as near vertical as possible.

At the beginning of you tour, once the equipment is installed, check in with the base operator.

To initiate the call to the base operator, press the "Talk" button on the walkie-talkie and say, "Bingo Base, this is Bingo Rover" When the base operator replies, inform Him/Her that you are beginning your tour.

At I 0:00PM be sure all three doors to the Clubhouse and the gate to the Storage Compound are locked.

At I 0:00PM and 1 1:00PM call the Base and report in. If it is nice and quiet say so. At anytime there is something to report you should do so, along with all pertinent information in order that the Base Operator may notify the proper authorities. Do not wait until worting times to report problems. Under no circumstances are you to attempt any direct action that might Put you in harms way. During the remaining hour it is not necessM to call in unless there is some disturbance that reguires further action. If something should occur and the base operator has signed off, call Him/Her on the telephone at their home number and report the incident.

The large white Spotlight should not be used while plugged into your lighter or accessory plug. Damage to the cars charging system could occur. Neither should it be shined into resident's windows. It is meant for use between or behind homes.

'Cell Phones
          If you have a cell phone that works well in this area you can elect to use it instead of the C.B. Radio.

You will still call the Base Operator to check into service and to check in at 10:00 PM &
11:00 PM.

All other instructions still apply IE: you still need the Clubhouse Key, Flashlight, notepad
& pen or pencil.



 

THURSDAY CRAFTS COMING ATTRACTIONS

CHRISTMAS WREATH: Supplies:Straw wreath, new/old Christmas bulbs.Material or Ribbon to wrap around wreath. This prqject to be done before Christmas 2004.

Crafts listed below will start in January 2005.
,PROJECT:                           INSTUCTOR:                       MATERIALS:
Musical Angel                              Cheryl                                          Kit $10
Watermelon Hat                             Jan                                                  $ 5
Swedish Weaving                 Jan & Shirley                           Yarn & needles
Tote Bag                                                                                               Kit ?
Fan-tastic Sweatshirt                              Jan                        Sweatshirt 2 sizes larger than
                                                                                              your usual size with set in sl
                                                                                              eeves. 7-8 coordinating fab
                                                                                              rics 1/2yard. each. 1/4yard of
                                                                                              accent fabric for strips,bin-
                                                                                              ding & buttons loops. Thread
                                                                                              to match sweatshirt. Add-
                                                                                              itional information call Jan.

Painting Classes                     Jean McFerren               Bring any object you want to
                                                                                              paint gourds, wood, etc.
No Sew Potholders                       Cheryl
Red White & Blue                     Jan & Shirley
Lighted Wreaths                                                                                Kit $10
No Sew Blankets                  if there is an interest



Coming Attractions for January 2005

                                     Fri.   1/07/05     Ice Cream Social                     1:30 pm
                                     Sat.  1/08/05     Breakfast Buffet                       8:30 am                                                          Tue.  1/11/05    Bunco                                         6:30 pm
                                     Tue.  1/18/05    Meet Your Neighbors               7:00pm                                                           Sat.  1/23/05    Pot Luck, White Elephant
                                                                              and Brown Bag               I:00pm
                                     Thur. 1/27/05    Entertainment
                                                                   "Two for the Show"
                                     Sat. 1/29/05      Mardi Gras







   

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"With Liberty And Justice For All"           p o box 723, Fruitland Park, FI 34731

FL STATUTE 723.078 Bylaws of Homeowners Associations: (C)

Meetings of the Board of Directors shall be open to all members, and notice of meetings shall be posted in a conspicuous place upon the park property at least 48 hours in advance, except in an emergency.

Quote.... from letter from Community Director, June 3,2002: "A meeting was held on Tuesday, May 1,0' with the Lakeside Terrace Homeowners Board, Judy Loundsberry, Regional Director for Chateau Communities and myself. One of the topics at the meeting was the fact that the residents are not following the rules and regulations."

Quote.... from Jody B. Gabel, Attorney for Chateau Properties March 11, 2003: re: rule enforcement "The notice regarding rule enforcement was issued at the prompting of the Lakeside Terrace Homeowners Association Board. Since the change of ownership of the community in July 2001, the new owner is ensuring compliance with community rules and regulations after appropriate notice is provided to the residents."

(Please notice the outright LIE in this last sentence as regard to compliance)

The above provides evidence that the Board of Directors did hold a secret meeting with the park owners representatives on May 14, 2002. Under the "guise" of a workshop, they conducted business that was detrimental to many residents of this community. In their attempt at secrecy, the Board of Directors also failed to record any MINUTES of this meeting.

The residents of this community deserve better than this. If you think it may be time to contact outside agencies to protect our rights, as I do, your feedback and comments will be appreciated.
                                                               Respectfully submitted, Keith Park



Good Neighbor Gang
The Good Neighbor Gang has welcomed thirty new residents so far in 2004. These ladies deliver a small packet of information to all newcomers and welcome them to the community. Let us all be good neighbors and be of help where ever we can and invite newcomers to our many functions and help them get acquainted. We have a great place to live and we look forward to greeting all the new faces and listening to fresh ideas to make this an even better place to call home.

Important, Message to EVERY homeowner and renter.

Please refer to the 2004 blue & white Resident Directory and check your address and phone number for accuracy. If it is not correct or if it isn't listed please fill out the following form and deposit it in the Social Club Mailbox in the club house. If you are unable to go to the clubhouse call. 728-1657 to have it picked up. Please do this immediately.

________________________________________________________________

Name:_____________________________________________________
Street Address:______________________________________________
Local Phone Number: ________________________________________
State you are from:  _________________________________________
Current resident making a correction [   ].
New Resident: [   ]

Print clearly....

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