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Vol. 33 No. 8                                         P.O. Box 779-176 • Barefoot Bay, FL 32976 • (772) 664-9381                                                     August 2011

Barefoot Bay Vets go to Washington                                                                                 Policies, Procedures
   What an honor and thrill it was for these Vets to go to Washington in June. They were       Our Community Manager, Nancy Higgs, is in her second term. Nancy’s job
sent out of Melbourne, each with a Guardian and had a Bikers escort to the Orlando          description in her contract is detailed and extensive. As her title describes, Nancy
airport. From the airport they had an Honor Guard greet them and as they departed           manages this community. A problem arises when a professional working relation-
from there, they had a spray of water over the plane. When they arrived in Baltimore,       ship between a supervisor and a subordinate, develops into being friends outside
they were greeted by many groups who welcomed them with open arms and many                  of the workplace. When this happens the boundary of that professional relationship
handshakes and thanks for their dedication to our Country. As if this was not enough        has been crossed. What is the proper procedure of complaint when other co-workers
to let them know how much they were appreciated, they each received a packet con-           are dealing with the professional relationship that has turned to a friendship outside
taining letters from school children, teachers families, friends and even Congressmen.      the workplace? The community manager has been requested to use her authority as
   As one of the Vets, Richard Pearson, told me “This was such a touching tribute to        supervisor to restrain the subordinate. It appears this kinship borders on nepotism, or
me and my fellow Vets...It is something that I will never forget!” I say that they and      at the very least favoritism. This situation is not new to Barefoot Bay or the Board of
we should be very proud of the Honor that these WW2 Vets received.                          Trustees, yet policy has not changed.
   Thank you, Richard, Norma, Ed, Jim and Labe from your friends, neighbors and                It should be suggested that Mr. Guinther appoint a liaison to the community man-
families in Barefoot Bay...You made us all proud....You are the Greatest!!!!!!!!!           ager for the redistribution of the workloads to the department managers. Take a look at
   Pictured Left to Right.                                                                  the Organizational Chart, you will find the Finance Manager is responsible for account-
                                                                                            ing, investments, risk management, HR support, purchasing, budgeting, inventory,
                                                                                            customer service, monthly calendar and information technology with only a staff of 9.
                                                                                            Whether that results in appointing another new manager from within, the restructuring
                                                                                            of managers duties or outsourcing some of the workload, it should be looked at.
                                                                                               BBRD has an Employee Handbook with detailed policies and procedures. BBRD is
                                                                                            a form of government, with an Open-Door Policy, Code of Ethical Conduct, Chain of
                                                                                            Command, Progressive Disciplinary procedure depending on severity and frequency
                                                                                            and a nice benefit package, all things considered a good package. It is the respon-
                                                                                            sibility of BBRD employees to stay up to date and adapt with the changing policies.
                                                                                            Employee conduct is set forth in Florida Statutes, Chapter 112, Part III the “Code of
                                                                                            Ethics for Public Officers and Employees” being held to a higher standard. Some of
                                                                                            BBRD employees have worked for BBRD for a number of years. Some are your neigh-
                                                                                            bors and friends. BBRD employees should expect change. The District is constantly
                                                                                            evolving as it should for the greater good of the community. Our employees do have
  Richard Pearson, Norma Wildes, Ed Voorhis, Jim Worth and Labe Magdule                     true frustrations in doing their job. Our Board of Trustees are the employee advocates
                                                                                            they set the polices that govern our employees.
                                                                                               Living in Barefoot Bay Recreation District (BBRD), we have set policies and pro-
                                                                                            cedures we have to follow. There are several different documents that apply. We have
                                                                                            a Charter, a Deed of Restrictions (DOR), Architectural Review & Control Committee
                                           A Word From Your                                 (ARCC), BBRD Policy Manual, and Rules for the Board of Trustees of BBRD. That

                            Recreation District Chair                                       being said, BBRD is a form of government that also has to comply with Florida State
                                                                                            Statutes and Regulations that apply to BBRD Trustees, down a clear and specific
                                                                        Tom Guinther        chain of command to the BBRD employees. All of this is public record and informa-
                                                                                            tion can be obtained at the Community Manager’s Office Building “F” where there is
                                                                                            an “Open Door Policy” in every department of public record. The BBRD website at
   Finances:                                                                       and are the
   In an article posted in the Barefoot Bay “Tattler“, a Mr John Layden commented           easiest to navigate but are not always up to date.
that I had made a statement in the April 2011 Tattler that indicated Barefoot Bay had          Ignorance isn’t bliss anymore. Our local policies and procedures change in this
3.1 million dollars on hand. Mr. Layden is correct, as this is a true statement and is      community every second Friday and fourth Tuesday of each month at the Board
a sum of six accounts Barefoot Bay maintains, four with the Florida State Board Of          meetings. It is boring reading but our responsibility as residents is to know and stay
Administration, including a Capital Fund, a Debt Fund, a Reserve Fund and the “B”           up to date with policies and procedures. Two important ones are BBRD Policy Manual
Fund which is an SBA holding account, and two Bank of America Accounts, one our             and Rules for the Board of Trustees of BBRD. They list the rules for district facilities,
General Operating Account and one a Money Market Account.                                   define a legitimate clubs & organizations, and how we are to conduct ourselves at
   Mr Layden also refers to a statement I made in the June 2011 issue of the “Tattler”      public Board meetings that equates to the smooth operation of the District.
in which I said, “at the end of our, (Barefoot Bay’s) 2009/2010 fiscal year there was
approximately $600,000.00 that would be carried forward into the coming fiscal
year“.(2010/2011) and he appears to attempt to make a correlation between the               Community Manager’s Report July 8. 2011
two numbers sighting a difference of 2 million dollars (?), in these figures. He also           1. The next movie in the park will be “Mall Cop” on Friday, July 23rd at dusk.
states that perhaps I have made a mistake and should offer a retraction of some sort            2. Scoreboard and platform outside next to the 19th hole is almost complete and
and wonders where I get my figures, however, I must conclude that, in his article, he       looks great. There is some electrical work and ceiling work to be done.
is actually the one who is making the mistake by attempting to compare apples to                3. The new tile floor for the Ladies’ room at Pool 3 is complete and looks very nice.
oranges and showing a lack of common sense in his deductions.                               The partitions for the rest and dressing rooms as well as new plumbing are being installed.
   The simple answer to his question is, the $600,000.00 is contained in, and is a          The tile for the Men’s room will be installed when the Ladies’ room is completed.
part of one of the accounts listed above, specifically the Money Market account,                4. The new roof area on the green maintenance building at the Golf Course is
which makes it a part of the above stated 3.1 million dollars. I will also comment that     complete minus a little trim work. This will allow better protection of equipment and
my figures come from Barefoot Bay’s Treasure’s reports which are compiled for our,          more efficient operation since equipment will not have to be moved daily from the
twice monthly, District Board meetings and these figures will fluctuate depending on        Falcon Dr. facility.
revenues and expenses.                                                                          5. Work to prevent erosion on the south side of the community center weir should
   Mr Layden also comments about who is watching our money and appears to be                begin shortly.
upset about my participation in the operation of Barefoot Bay. In his article in the            6. Custodial and pool staff at Pool 1 have been doing a good job of cleaning up the
July 2011 “Tattler” he implies that I have something to do with certain services he         picnic area next to the grill. I hope that this effort will encourage use of the grills by
has either lost or had a fee increase charged to him. In that article he talks about His    residents per the Board’s new policy.
increase in RV Fee’s, His increase in Golf Fee’s and His loss of service to his lake bank       7. A reminder to our residents who may be leaving on vacation: this is hurricane
and blames it on me. He also asks the question, Who Is Watching Our Money? I will           season. You may want to prepare your home, particularly by taking in outside items
answer that question by simply saying, I am watching Barefoot Bay‘s every penny             before leaving for an extended time.
and I must say to you:                                                                          8. Based on complaints and patrols, DOR Enforcement will be sending letters to
   Sorry John, the money to support your personal agenda is not coming on my watch.         homeowners who do not have an operational porch light. This is consistent with the
    For questions or comments I can be emailed at                       new DOR language. The letter advised people they have 21 days to fix the problem.
   Thanks for listening.                                                                    At that time, the properties will be rechecked.
                                                                          Tom Guinther,         9. We have correspondence received on the November 2011 election. The charge
                                          Chairman, Barefoot Bay Board of Trustees.         for the election will be $8,958. This includes a mailing to all voters which is required
   It should be noted, that the above opinions are mine only and do not reflect             in the District’s Charter, Article V (3,b).
any opinions of the Barefoot Bay Board of Trustees or any of it’s other individual              10. Congratulations to Jim Kormandy on receiving a grant of $3,228 for the Junior
members.                                                                                    Golf Program from the Florida Junior Golf Council.

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                                                                                                                    A Word From Your
 Your friends come here and so should you!
                                                                                                     Florida Senate President
                                                                                                                        By Senate President Mike Haridopolos

                                                                           Shuttle Chapter Closes, but State’s Aerospace
                                                                           Industry has Opportunity to Soar
                                                                               As Floridians gazed at NASA’s final shuttle launch from the Kennedy Space
                                                                           Center, Atlantis’ flight marked the end of an era. However, there is no end to the pio-
                                                                           neering spirit that makes us Americans. Since the first space shuttle launch in 1981,
                                                                           we have watched in wonder, cheered successes and mourned losses, all in the name
                                                                           of true exploration which has helped take our nation and our world to new heights
                                                                           and possibilities.
                                                                               There is no question the end of the shuttle program is a significant setback for our
                                                                           state, which was hit harder than most during the economic downturn. It is an even
                                                                           bigger setback for the individuals whose careers and livelihoods were built around
                                                                           the program. Close to 2,000 Floridians are expected to lose their jobs as the shuttle
                                                                           program comes to a close. Nevertheless, we cannot overlook the opportunity Florida
                                                                           has for new growth and future possibilities in the aerospace industry.
                                                                               A few months ago, I reported on the successes of state and local agencies recruit-
                                                                           ing and attracting more than 1,000 high-quality aerospace jobs in the past year from
                                                                           several different private employers. We need to pledge our support to our well-trained

                                                                           workforce and the extraordinary facilities of NASA, so that the gains in innovation and

                                     Diner                   Lic. & Ins.   national security that the space program has afforded us will not be lost.
Now w I                                                                        Despite the broken promises and inaction of Congress and the Obama
FREE W                                                                     Administration on closing the shuttle gap, the Florida Legislature has stepped up to
                The Friendly Place with the Personal Touch                 help the Space Coast attract high-tech, high-wage jobs during this major transition.
IN THE HEART OF BAREFOOT BAY • 937 Barefoot Blvd.                          After providing record support for the area’s space-based economy last year—more
                                                                           than $30 million to attract high-tech companies—the Legislature reaffirmed its sup-
                                                                           port by passing House Bill 143 this past session. The bill provides several new com-
                                                                           ponents that will help create jobs and make it easier to do business by providing tax
                                                                           relief. It creates the Space Business Incentives Act, which provides targeted tax incen-
                                                                           tives for spaceflight businesses that can bring quality jobs for Space Coast workers.
                                                                               Additionally, the Legislature this year passed Senate Bill 652, which provides a
                                                                           greater incentive for spaceflight companies to move to Florida, bringing their positive
                                Choice of:                                 economic impacts on job growth and tourism. This legislation, along with needed tax
                                                                           relief targeted toward economic development, will be a vital and necessary catalyst to
                                                                           ensure the area’s continued existence as the world’s leading spaceport.
                                                                               As an era closes at Kennedy Space Center, I pledge my support to ensure that
                                                                           Florida’s Space Coast will remain one of the world’s premier locations for spaceflight,
                                                                           national security, innovation and education. Brevard County, Fla., and the nation
                                                                           deserve nothing less.

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                                                                                                                   A Word From Your
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                                                                                                        County Commissioner                  Trudie Infantini
                                                                                                                              County Commissioner, District 3

                                                                               Thank you to everyone who has attended my town hall meetings at the South
                                                                           Mainland Library. It was great to see new faces and to meet people I had not had the
                                                                           pleasure of meeting before. I hope for an ever-increasing turnout in the future.
                                                                               On-going power surge problems in the ‘Indian section’ were brought to my atten-
                                                                           tion at my June 28th meeting. My office is in contact with Florida Power & Light
                                                                           regarding this issue and will provide information as it is received.
                                                                               FYI…Data from the 2010 Census shows that the population in the Micco area
                                                                           increased from 8,950 in 2000 to 9,052 in 2010. For comparison purposes; the Mims
                                                                           area population, at the northernmost end of our county, increased from 6,369 in 2000
                                                                           to 7,058 in 2010. Brevard County’s population increased 14.1% in the decade since
                                                                           the 2000 census, while the State of Florida’s population increased 17.6%.
                                                                               The 2010 census is the basis for the allocation of the number of congressional
                                                                           seats among the states, or legislative seats among the counties and is determined
                                                                           at the federal level. Due to the increase in population, Florida gained two additional
                                                                           seats in the U.S. House of Representative. Florida will now have 29 electoral votes,
                                                                           including the two senate seats. The process of redistricting is also underway in
                                                                           Brevard County to adjust district boundaries in order to equalize each districts’ popu-
                                                                           lation. The County Commission and Supervisor of Elections work in conjunction with
                                                                           the Senate and House Reapportionment Committees to map out voting precincts in
                                                                           Brevard County. The plans will be submitted to the state legislature in early 2012 and
                                                                           once adopted by resolution will go to the Attorney General who petitions the Supreme
                                                                           Court for judgment. Providing there are no objections, the new districts will take effect
                                                                           in time for the August primary and November 2012 Presidential Elections. At the
                                                                           Barefoot Bay level, this could mean a change in House District 29, Senate District 26,
                                                                           County Commission District 3 or a change in the local voting precincts.
                                                                               Somewhere nearby to visit…One of the jewels of South Brevard which we share
                                                                           with Indian River County is, of course, Sebastian Inlet. For water and nature lovers
                                                                           alike, the inlet is a great place to go for a ‘time out’ from the busy lives we tend to
                                                                           lead and to just play. With phenomenal scenery; the opportunities for great fishing,
                                                                                                                          boating and hiking are amazing. When
                                                                                                                          less energetic, Sebastian Inlet is a great
                                                                                                                          place to just sit back and relax.
                                                                                                                             This month I leave you with words
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                                                                                                                          the very best I know how - the very best
                                                                                                                          I can; and I mean to keep on doing so
                                                                                                                          until the end”.
                                                                                                                             Have a great summer!

                                             CYAN MEGENTA YELLOW BLACK
                                                                      Barefoot Tattler / August 2011                                                                                                                                    Page 3

                                                                                          Rolling Readers seeking volunteers
                                         A Word From Your

                                U.S. Representative                                          Rolling Readers is seeking volunteers for the south part of Brevard County to share
                                                                                          the joy of reading with elementary students. Read aloud to a classroom of children,
                                                       By Congressman Bill Posey          or work with children to help them improve their reading skills. Thirty minutes to an
                                                                                          hour once a week is all it takes. Interested? Please call 321-254-9976 for information.
                                                                                          Make a difference…one book at a time.
Common Sense Needed to Create Jobs, Get
Economy Moving
    Getting our economy back on track remains my highest priority. Lowering energy
prices and making sure small businesses and families have access to bank loans are
key ingredients for economic recovery.
    Lowering Energy Prices - Since January, the House of Representatives has passed
four major pieces of legislation aimed at lowering the price of gas at the pump. One of
these bills, The Jobs and Energy Permitting Act (H.R. 2021) eliminates the needless
delays in permitting that have stalled energy development in Alaska.
    H.R. 2021 requires the EPA to make an up or down decision on drilling permits                Replacement systems up to
within six months of the request. Any appeals will be directed to the D.C. Circuit
Court for a speedy resolution. A rational and timely process for developing American
energy is desperately needed. Alaskan oil has the potential to provide us with nearly                    Service with Repair
a million barrels of oil per day – equal to the amount we import each day from Saudi
Arabia.                                                                                                Maintenance Agreement
    For years, recovering oil in a small part of Alaska that is rich in oil has been            Must present at time of service to receive your Summer Heat Savings.
delayed by Washington interference and permitting “ping-pong” between EPA and                (Offers can not be combined)
its Environmental Appeals Board. I am committed to making America more energy
    Working with Borrowers and Loan Access - I’ve been hearing from small busi-
nesses and community banks about unfair examination practices being employed by
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federal bank regulators. A Capitol Hill newspaper recently ran a story about more
                                                                                                                                                                                          •   Cataract Surgery
than twenty banks turning down an $18 million loan application from a businessman                                                                                                         •   Glaucoma Management & Surgery
trying to build a hotel in Kansas City. This borrower had a proven track record, and                                                                                                      •   Macular Degeneration -Lucentis
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provide 65-70 new permanent jobs. And yet his loan application was repeatedly                                                                                                             •   Aesthetic Center - Obagi, Jane Iredale
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for making the loan.                                                                                                                                                                      •   LASIK
                                                                                                                                                                                          •   2nd Opinions
    I introduced H.R. 1723 to stop this practice and to aid our economic recovery by
                                                                                                                                                                                          •   Diabetic Eyecare & Laser Treatment
preventing federal bank regulators from arbitrarily penalizing our community banks
                                                                                                                                                                                          •   Corneal Transplants
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from someone other than the borrower. Common sense says if the loan payments are
being made then the bank should be able to consider the loan in good standing and
regulators should not penalize community banks for working with the borrower. My
bill, the Common Sense Economic Recovery Act, would make sure that this fair and
reasonable approach to loans is actually so we can end the paralysis federal regula-
tors have been imposing on our economy.
    Small businesses have historically created the bulk of the new jobs in America.
Without cheap fuel and access to reliable sources of capital, entrepreneurs and busi-
ness owners are shackled from expanding their operations and creating jobs. Ending
excessive regulations is a significant step in economic recovery. Please visit my
website for more information. It is an honor to serve as your
Representative in Congress.

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                                          A Word From Your                                                             14410 US HWY 1 SEBASTIAN, FL 32958

                                      HOA President
                                                                        By Bob Kahl

    The HOA is still working on a web site and I still hope to get it up and running
soon. In the meantime I would like to inform residents that there is a web site where
homeowners and residents can go to find out information about what is going on in
the Bay. That site is WWW. it is hosted by Sue Woodard and
it is refreshing to see a resident taking the time and effort to keep us all informed.
Thanks Sue.
    Many of our residents have reported that they have experienced power surges
and power outages in the last few months. Wilma Weglein has been in contact
with the office of our Commissioner Trudie Infantini in regard to this problem. The                                   ...nestled next to a beautiful wildlife
Commissioner has requested that we track times and duration of these power surges
and outages. Wilma has volunteered to track this type of information. If you experi-                                  sanctuary in a serene waterfront community
ence any power surges or outages, please contact Wilma at or                                      for Independent & Assisted Living.
664-6233. She will forward this information to the Commissioner’s office to see if
something can be done about this problem.
    I have been away the month of June and do not have much else to report. The
HOA is always looking for volunteers to help out. If you have the willingness and time
to assist in any of our committees, please let one of our Board members know.                        A Full Service Retirement Community
    Remember: Character is doing the right thing when nobody’s looking – J.C. Watts                                        for Independent and assisted living
    If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at                  2800 Fordham Rd. N.E. Palm Bay, FL 32905
or by phone at 772-202-4139. Have a happy and safe summer.

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                   DENTURES                                                                                                                                           A Word From Your

                                                                                                                                                         Brevard County Sheriff
                 PA R T I A L D E N T U R E S • R E PA I R S
                                                                                                                                                                                          by Sheriff Jack Parker
                          PREVENTIVE CARE
                                                                                                                              911 Officers are Unsung Heroes
 Curt J. Urban, D.D.S.                                                                                                            Most law enforcement and fire officials would agree that the heart of any effective
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 Bay Street Square
 14000 U.S. Highway 1, Sebastian, FL 32958                                         589-3127                                   public safety agency are the 911 Communications Officers behind the scenes that
                                                                                                                              work so hard to get people the help they need when they need it. To see these profes-
                                                                                                                              sionals in action is truly remarkable. Citizens would be impressed to see how many
                                                                                                                              tasks these professionals are able to perform at the same time. As an example, 911
                                                                                                                              Officers simultaneously speak with the caller asking the right questions, communi-
                                                                                                                              cate with the deputy, listen to the police radio traffic, communicate with patrol and
                                                                                                                              communications supervisors, document and input critical information and retrieve
                                                                                                                              important data from various informational databases to assist responding deputies.
                                                                                                                              Not only do they do all of these activities at the same time, they make it look easy.
                                                                                                                                  Today’s 911 Communications Centers are very busy operations. As an example,
                                                                                                                              in the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office 911 Center, literally hundreds of thousands of
                                                                                                                              phone calls are received each year ranging from calm requests for general assistance
                                                                                                                              to persons who are in imminent danger. 911 Centers are exciting, busy environments
                                                                                                                              that never rest.
                                                                                                                                  Calling 911 can be a little intimidating for many people. When a citizen calls, they
                                                                                   FREE                                       are asked questions. Occasionally these questions may seem irrelevant to the caller,
                                                                                 ESTIMATES                                    but there is a method to the madness. Sometimes citizens express frustration that
                                                                                                                              they do not “hear” the 911 Officer dispatch help, but that is not how most centers
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                                                                                                                                  Questioning people who call the Sheriff’s Office is critical to what 911 Officers do
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                                                                                                                              tioning allows 911 Officers to determine if a criminal offense has occurred, where it
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                                                                                                                              to arriving, the safer it is for everyone involved.
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                                                                                                                              order of urgency. The seriousness of the call will also determine how many Deputy
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                                                                                                                              accurately the call can be prioritized ensuring the appropriate number of deputies
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                                                                                                                                  911 calls are diverse and dynamic. 911 Officers never know what that next call
                                                                                                                              will be. The individual calls can change quickly too. A situation may seem to be
                                                                                                                              under control at the moment but can change quickly. Levels of violence can quickly
   In Front of River Grove Mobile Home Park.                                                                                      The line of questioning from a 911 Officer can change quickly depending on the
                                                                                                                              needs of the Deputies as they approach the scene. 911 Officers are extremely expe-
                                                                                                                              rienced with what questions to ask given the circumstances. They often anticipate
                                                                                                                              the needs of the law enforcement officer and can provide answers to questions before
                                                                                                                              being asked.
          When it’s NOT an Emergency…                                                                                             Dispatching during emergency situations requires incredible compassion, com-
           There’s IRMC Urgent Care.                                                                                          petence and skill. The partnership between 911 Officers and the public is critical
                                                                                                                              to ensure appropriate resources are allocated to the situation so that crimes can be
                                                                                                                              solved and criminal activity can be prevented.
                                                                                                                                  911 Officers understand that their questions sometimes make little sense to the
                                                                                                                              911 caller. They also know that it may seem strange to the caller that they do not
                                                                                                                              become emotional when terrible things are happening. I can tell you first hand that
                                                                                                                              it is not because they don’t care. It is really just the opposite. 911 Officers care so
                                                                                                                              deeply about what they do; they know they have to be rock solid in their emotions.
                                                                                                                              The worse things get on the other end of the call, the more structured 911 Officers
                                                                                                                              have to be to ensure the right help gets to the person in need as quickly as possible.
                                                                                                                                  I feel Brevard County is very blessed to some of the finest 911 Communications
                                                                                                                              Officers in the country. Brevard County has a strong reputation in the State of Florida
                                                                                                                              for having high quality Sheriff’s, Police and Fire services. There is no doubt that our
                                                                                                                              911 Communications Officers are a big part of that success. Please join me in thank-
                                                                                                                              ing and appreciating these hard working public safety officers.
                                                                                                                                  On behalf of the proud men and women of your Sheriff’s Office, it is an honor and
                                                                                                                              a privilege to serve you.
                                                                                                                                                                             Jack Parker is Sheriff of Brevard County
     IRMC Urgent Care’s experienced physicians and specially trained nurses,
     all on the staff of Indian River Medical Center, offer extraordinary medical                                                               Barefoot Bay Monthly Crime Stats
     care for children, adults and seniors who may be having difficulty accessing
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    Recently I have called different companies to inspect my home for any problems
that might exist. Here are some of the results:
    Air Conditioner
    First Opinion: You need a new one. This can go at any minute.                             FOR FAST SERVICE...
    Second Opinion: Your air conditioner is good for another year or two.

    Offer of free inspection. Will not do inspection if I don’t sign a contract for yearly
treatments. I offered to pay for the inspection but was refused.
    Tie Downs
    I asked to have my tie downs inspected, repaired or replaced as needed. I received
                                                                                                                    AIR CONDITIONING
a full under-home inspection and was told I needed $2,200 to do what was needed. I
                                                                                                                      AND HEATING
said I only wanted the tie downs taken care of. I was refused this service and was told
it just would not pay the company to do anything but the entire under-house repairs.                         Manufactured Homes
So much for their advertisement.                                                                                   Sales • Service • Installation
    My suggestion is to call a local Realtor who can advise you about home repairs.
    Also, I had a minor repair done on my car and was told by the shop owner that I
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constant barrage of stupidity, but feel that SOMEONE must speak up.
    I was at the meeting on Friday, and can only say thank God that our attorney spoke
up and put a stop to what was going on. I don’t always agree with his legal leadership,
but respect his attention to the needs of this community. What a resident tried to do
was create a public trial of one of our managers. There can be no justification for that
type of action, no matter what the problem is. It is the job of the Community Manager
to address these concerns, and what I heard from the Chair is that is being done.
    I’m not sure what has caused the problems that seem to have surfaced with the man-
agers, but what I am sure of is that the behavior that I saw on Friday doesn’t accomplish
anything except to create more trouble. I can only assume that was the goal. As part
time resident she should either get the whole picture, or sit down and shut up.
    Although I am not familiar with all of the managers, I do know some of them. Our
Community Manager has done what any before has been unable or unwilling to do......             • Right now is the ideal time to learn to golf.
get things done. Although I realize that she didn’t accomplish these things on her own,
she clearly is the driving force. The long, long overdue handicapped bathrooms at our
                                                                                                • The course is uncrowded.
Community Center, the beautiful work done in the front of the Community Center, the             • The weather is fantastic…The open air on the golf course allows for a
fencing and much needed lighting at the main pool, we have movies............ what a                refreshing breeze that makes it nice to be outdoors.
wonderful idea! It is my opinion that she has lead with knowledge and forethought.
                                                                                                • Make new friends and enjoy the health benefits that golf has to offer.
    Sandy at the Golf shop is always a pleasure to see, she seems to really enjoy her
work, and it shows. The maintenance manager is always out taking care of whatever               • Loaner equipment is available during the clinics and to practice with.
maintenance needs there are. I have also seen our Golf Pro out working with residents,          • Beginner Leagues are being established to help you get into the game.
and recently became aware of his work with young people. I’m not familiar with the
manager who is over the pools, but they are in good shape and are always staffed.
Kathy, our food and beverage manager, has struggled to keep what we are all accus-
                                                                                              During the month of August,
tomed to available while trying to appease the constant complaints about not making
enough money. She has done a commendable job, always with a smile.
                                                                                              Learn to play
    Terry is the last of the managers. I can only tell you what I know. I know that 3
                                                                                             That’s right.                                             , will be teaching
years ago, no one, INCLUDING OUR BOARD OF TRUSTEES, knew what was going
on financially. It seems there was NO oversight, NO information, NO financials,               free beginner golf clinics all month long. His special method of teaching
and apparently no work in our accounting department. Since her arrival, we have a             beginners will have you ready to go out on the course in just one week.
trained staff, financials each month, audits done when due, and an open door policy.             This is accomplished in four days for approximately one hour a day
I have spoken with Terry, she has openly discussed her love of Barefoot Bay, and
answered any questions. She gives credit for our improved condition to her staff, the
                                                                                             (depending on class size). Much of the teaching is done on the course to
management and Board decisions, and the desire of all to make sure that things are                             get you ready to go out on your own.
financially sound and secure. I was also told that her door is always open, and would
answer any questions that we may have. Now, I could be wrong, but I would think
that our community was LONG, LONG overdue for someone to open those doors. As
                                                                                             Anyone living in the Micco area is encouraged to take advantage of this
to her close relationship with our Community Manager, she spoke highly of Nancy                                           amazing offer.
to me, and her ability to lead the team. It is apparent that Terry relies upon her guid-
ance, as expected. Shame on anyone that tries to make that anything other than the
                                                                                              Learn     so you can play at your own pace while the winter crowd is
professional interaction that it must be. Our Accounting Manager and our Community
Manager MUST work together as they are the force that implements the direction of             away and you can take advantage of the off-season rates and specials.
our Board, and ultimately the residents
    I have read the post on her new Barefoot Bay website. Why she has decided that
it is her job to personally attack Terry is beyond me. Certainly the Board should rec-
ognize a trouble maker. I read the letter from the other managers that she posted. My        Ladies Clinics: August 15 – 18 at 10:00am and August 22-25 at 1:00pm
overwhelming opinion of this letter is that it was correspondence from managers to           Mens Clinics: August 22 – 25 at 10:00am and August 15 – 18 at 1:00pm
their boss, and was not intended to be used as a club by residents.
    In closing, I would like only to say what a shame it would be to lose any of our
                                                                                                    After Work Clinics for anyone: August 15 – 18 at 6:00pm
management team, from Ms. Higgs down. They are all doing the job that they were
hired to do, and are doing it well.                                                               Please pre-register by calling the Pro Shop at
    All these things being said, someone (or many) should stand up and speak before this
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                                                                    Another BBRD Voice        Clinic schedules may change according to demand.
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                                                                                                                                               exercise due diligence in watching over our money and welfare. They in turn, hire
                                                                                                                                               managers to accomplish those aims. In the April issue of the Barefoot Tattler our
                Over 150 New Hondas To Choose!                                                                                                 Chairman of Trustees writes that he told a man at a board meeting that we had 3.1
                                                                                                                                               million dollars on hand. In the May issue of the Barefoot Tattler, our Chairman, Tom
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                                                                                                                                               they have $600,000.00 on hand. That is a 2 million dollar difference. I am hoping that
                                                                                                                                               this is some kind of misspeak, but in any case, the residents of Barefoot Bay deserve
                                                                                                                                               an explanation. It is curious that it has not been explained or retracted before now.
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                                                                                                                                               management team that our Trustee Chairman says he would not like to see change.
                                                                                                                                               If this action manifests into a law suit, guess who is going to pay? I’m afraid that we
                                                                                                                                               have some foxes watching over us chickens. Who will watch the watchers? I hope it
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                                                                                Barefoot Tattler / August 2011                  Page 7

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   Advice given in this column is not intended to be a business solicitation. All advice given is
     general in nature, and not meant to establish reliance thereon. Each case involves unique
    facts and circumstances. Your personal experiences and results may differ. Please consult
    with qualified legal counsel concerning your rights and responsibilities in matters of law.

    Q - I am getting older, and only work part-time because of health reasons. Can you
tell me a little bit about how the government’s Disability Program works?
    A – The Federal Disability Benefits Program was created to provide some finan-
cial assistance to eligible candidates deemed to be qualified. Eligibility determination
for disability benefits candidates is governed by the Social Security Administration
(SSA). Candidates applying for disability benefits eligibility must provide the SSA
with the following information and data:
    - Social Security Number and Birth Certificate
    - List of all medications being taken, or taken in the past
    - List of all medical treatment providers and treatment facilities visited
    - Information about all past employment and earnings declared for tax purposes
    The TEST to determination disability benefits eligibility is simply that the candidate
must be determined by the Social Security Administration to be unable to perform
“substantial work” because of current existing health problems.
    If health problems are temporary and expected to improve in the coming year,
or if health problems are mild and still allow for “substantial” employment, then the
candidate may not be eligible for disability benefits. The SSA may pay for evaluation
of the candidate by a doctor. Improved health, or financial circumstances, may cancel
disability benefits eligibility.
    Disability benefits eligibility IS the proverbial “Federal Case”, so SSA eligibility
determinations typically take 3 to 6 months. This is because to determine eligibil-
ity for disability benefits, the SSA looks at all the candidate’s past health treatment
records, along with all past occupations and lifetime earnings which were declared
for taxation purposes.
    Failure by the candidate to provide full documentation and fully disclose all req-
uisite information only further delays the eligibility application process. Authorization
for SSA access to this personal and confidential information must be granted to the
SSA as part of the disability benefits application process.
    Disability benefits candidates may work to some degree without negatively impact-
ing their eligibility, but must not earn more than $ 980 per month. Once determined
to be eligible for SSA disability benefits, the candidate may also be eligible for certain
medical benefits on a case-by-case basis.
    There are two types of disability benefits programs – SSDI and SSI. Both programs
assist eligible candidates, but in different ways. The same “substantial inability to
work” benefits eligibility test is used by both programs.
    The “SSDI Program” pays the eligible candidate disability benefits determined by
the candidate’s lifetime earnings declared for tax purposes. The amount of disability
benefits paid out by SSA is based on the eligible candidate’s past work history. How
much of those lifetime earnings were declared for tax purposes is what counts. So
the unlawful but popular practice of “working off the books” can come back to bite
regarding calculation of disability benefits under the SSDI Program.
    The “SSI Program” pays the eligible candidate disability benefits based on need.
Household incomes are given consideration, and are routinely checked out by the SSA.
    All disability benefits decisions made by the SSA are communicated in writing by
mail. A benefits candidate determined to be ineligible, and thus denied disability ben-
efits, has a right to seek an SSA review of the candidate’s denied application within
60 days of the date of the denial letter sent by the SSA. If the eligibility application
continues to be denied by the SSA, the denied candidate may attempt to obtain dis-
ability benefits by asking for judicial review of the SSA benefits denial within 60 days
of the 2nd SSA denial of disability benefits eligibility.
    It is very important to file any and all appeals on time. If the denied candidate waits
longer than 60 days past the date of the 2nd denial, the disability benefits applica-
tion process must be started all over again. Possible benefits may be lost. Each case
turns on its own facts and circumstances.
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sel to learn more about your rights and
responsibilities in this very important area
of life and law.

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     WANTED                                                                               Opinion
                     42 PEOPLE                                                       Each month your Inquiring Reporter,
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                             Bill Wilson                                                             able to use the new grill area?
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                                               By Frank Lindsay
Normandy – Past and Present
    In past articles on travel in France, we discussed a visit to Paris and to the south
of France, Provence and the Riviera. This time we visit an area of France that most
Americans recognize at once, Normandy, because that is where our armed forces
landed in World War II to liberate France from German occupation. If you plan to
visit Paris, then to continue on to Normandy is an easy and practical route to follow.
    First, a word about the name “Norman.” It actually means “North Man.” In about
the Fourth and Fifth Centuries (400-500 A.D.) the Vikings, warriors from the north
lands, sailed south to plunder, rob and rape along the coastline of present day France.
In the end some settled into northern France, hence the name Normandy, land of the
North Men. Further history of this land includes just one war after another with only
short intervals of peace. It was here where the English and French fought out the
Hundred Year War. Here was where Joan of Arc was burned at the stake in Rowen, a
major Normandy city, as she had been declared a Helvetic and a witch by the Roman
Catholic Church. Later, of course, the Church changed its mind and declared her a
saint, which shows how things can change.
    Rowen can be easily reached by train from Paris or by bus if you prefer. If you are
considering renting or leasing an automobile to drive in France, be aware it can be
both expensive and frustrating. Toll roads are common, gasoline can cost $7.00 a
gallon, insurance is also costly and parking can easily cost you $20.00 a day. Check
your schedule carefully and you may find that what you wish to visit in Normandy
can be reached by using public transportation, which also gives you a far greater
opportunity to meet with the local people. After all, did you not come to France to
meet with the French people? The city of Rowen has been around for well over 20
centuries, going back in time to even before it was a Roman Empire regional capital.
Unfortunately, it was a prime target for American Air Force Bombers during the War,
but the ancient city center was spared. It has its own Notre Dame Cathedral, a prime
example of Gothic design. In this city there are three excellent museums close to
each other, easy to visit. You can cover all these easily in one day.
    From here you can reach Bayeux, a city which is just six miles from the D-Day
beaches of World War II. This is where you can board a bus to tour those beaches.
There are over 70 miles of Atlantic coastline north of Bayeux filled with museums,
cemeteries and battlefield scenery. You can select from a number of companies
offering you excursions to view it all…or relax in comfortable vans getting on and off
at your pleasure. Be sure to get all your information on facilities well in advance and
study it carefully allowing you to select your path and directions so you cover exactly
what you wish to see.
    This might be the right time to consult a qualified travel agent who specializes in
this area. While in Normandy, a not to be missed event is a visit to Mount St. Michel, a
monastery on its own island now connected to the mainland by a two-mile causeway.
Prior to 1870 you could only reach the monastery by boat. The story about Mount
St. Michel begins in about the Fifth Century (500A.D.) when a group of Christian
monks, holymen and hermits sought out a place where they could be protected from
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village on the island below the heavily fortified and walled in abbey and church. As
you would expect, the village is little more than a touristy jumble of shops selling
overpriced souvenirs, candles and medallions and little else.
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Michel spoke to him. The Angel told him to build a new and magnificent church on                                                             …and so is interest in our communities. As
the island. There had been an earlier church centuries before, probably begun by the                                                         summer heats up, friends and neighbors are
holy men, but once the Bishop got the message and the French Royal Family became                                                             focusing on beach days, backyard barbecues,
involved, the present buildings were erected. Unquestionably, they are magnificent                                                           vacations, and even new addresses!
and an extraordinary sight to see. A visit to St. Michael can easily be combined with
your entire trip through Normandy including the D-Day beaches in a four-day period.
You will find this area filled with ancient history, modern war memories, all against a
very unique and colorful background.
                                                                                                                         CMH Homes sold 403 Osprey Drive
                                                                                                                         William and Susan Matusak bought 1282 Waterway Drive
                                                                                                                         Vincent and Diana Lane bought 802 Thrush Circle
                                                                                                                         Eric and Donna Griffin sold 1004 Waterway Drive
                                                                                                                         Patrick Callahan bought 1004 Waterway Drive
                                                                                                                         Dennis and Lynette Heaney bought 406 Eagle Drive
                                                                                                                         Brian and Kay Karabinos sold 1049 Thrush Circle
                                                                                                                         Manuel Abreu and Laurie Wagner-Abreu bought 1049 Thrush Circle
                                                            *                                                            Scott Tellier bought 612 Dolphin Circle
                                                        *                                                                Glenn and Joan Steele sold 950 Laurel Circle
                                                                                                                         Robert and Gerri Starkes bought 950 Laurel Circle
                                                                                                                         R J Howland sold 814 Lychee Drive
                                                                                                                         Julia Diesu sold 807 Silverthorn Court
                                    January 4 - 15, 2012                                                                 Kenneth Frederick sold 1107 Sabal Palm Lane

   *Fares are per person based on double occupancy and subject to change. ** Day Trips are Non Refundable and                         
 payment is due at time of reservation. *** Onboard Credit is per cabin based on double occupancy. Subject to change.
    + Optional Bus Transportation for cruise is at an additional fee. The cruise is sailing with Marie and Dick Clark.
                                                                                                                                                 We love welcoming new neighbors!
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                                                                           The Flea Market at Building A Parking lot.

                                                                           The District has set up designated Golf cart parking at Pool 1.

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  Leading Cause Of Blindness!
  If you suffer from Macular Degeneration, trust your
  eyes to a Retina Fellowship Trained Ophthalmologist.
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  Thomas A. Baudo, M.D., is a Retina Fellowship                         Memorial.

  trained ophthalmologist focused exclusively on
  diseases of the retina. Dr. Baudo is dedicated
  to helping patients with macular degeneration
  maintain their vision and quality of life though                                                                     John Kaiser, of the Green Thumbs
                                                                                                                    Garden Club grew a towering 12 ft. sun-
  better treatment. “Central vision loss can occur quickly                                                          flower in the community garden.
  in some cases, so early detection is key to preventing
  serious vision loss. Everyone should get a complete
  eye exam, including eye dilation, every year.” says
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  Dr. Baudo.

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                                                                                                                                                       Cabinets - New or Reface
                                                                                                                                                       Floors - Repair or Replace
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 Interview with The Summer Fun Kids Swim Group
                                                                                                           Weirich Air
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    Maureen Atayo- almost one had no comment.
    Ava Dunleavy- “‘Did you like your swimming lessons?” “Yeah!”
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    Skylar Dunleavy- “I liked the lessons. I don’t know how to swim but Brady already does.”
    Brady Dunleavy- Refused to answer questions, but he did say, “I can’t talk when
I am in the pool because I sink.”
     Next week Saturday Swim Lessons will return to Pool One due to popular demand
with the instructors, students, and all!

                                                                                                 Indian River County’s only locally owned and operated funeral home
                                                                                                  Sebastian (772) 589-1000            Vero Beach (772) 562-2325

   All Classes Free. Come And Join The Fun!
   Tuesdays: Board Games for kids and adults Building “C” 4 to 5 pm
   Wednesday: Crafts for kids and adults Building “A” 10 to 12 am
   Wednesday: Adult swim class at pool#3 5:30 to 6:30 pm
   Thursday: Adult cooking class 8/4 &
8/11 Building “A” 11:15
   Thursday: Kids cooking class 8/4
8/18 Building “A” 11:15
                                                                                                  RAteD in tOp 50 U.S. QUALiFieD ReMODeLeR
   Thursday: Kids tennis lessons ages 8
and up at tennis court.                                                                          • Aluminum Weather-Lok Roof Overs
   Sign up 5:30 Class 6 to 7 pm (no
racket necessary).
                                                                                                 • Windows - Impact & Replacement
   Saturday: Bocce lessons. Bocce court
9 am, to 10 am. See Greg.
                                                                                                 • Enclosures - Glass, Acrylic & Vinyl
   Saturday Kids Swim Lesson 4 mos. to
3 years 10 am to 10:30.
                                                                                                 • Metal Roofing                                                                 MADE IN THE

   Kids 3 to 8 years old 10 am to 11 am.                                                         • Siding - Vinyl & Hardiboard
                                                                                                 • Hurricane Shutters - All Styles
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                                                                                             VFW            American Legion                Marine Corps        Disabled American
                                                                                           Post 4425           Post 366                  Detachment # 918      Veterans Post 155

                                       *under 1000 sq. ft.
                                                                                        Ladies Auxiliary    American Legion              Marine Corps         Sigma Phi Psi Sorority
                                                                                             VFW               Auxiliary                Ladies Auxiliary      of U.S. Armed Forces

                                                                                                           A word from Dave McAllister

                                                                                     Our Star Spangled Banner
                                                                                         As we make our way through the web of Circles, Drives, Courts, Lanes, Roads,
Additional rooms can be added for $35 per room.                                      Streets and a Boulevard at Barefoot Bay, we will occasionally see a flag being flown
Limited time. Not valid with any other offer or discount.                            which is in need of replacing because of fading, tearing, or shredding.
                                                                                         In most cases, the flag belongs to a snowbird who forgot to take it down before
                                                                                     leaving. Or, a knock on the door is answered by a disabled person not able to change
                                                                                     the flag and assistance would be appreciated. While it is considered an invasion of pri-
                                                                                     vacy for anyone to lower and remove a damaged flag from someone else’s property
                                                                                     without permission, it certainly makes sense for a neighbor or friend to telephone the
                                                                                     owner and ask for permission to remove the flag.
                                                                                         There are four different Recreation District flag-poles on the Bay. They are: (1)
                                                                                     at the entrance to Barefoot Bay; (2) at the front of Building D&E; (3) at the front
                                                                                     of Building A; and (4) at the Veterans Memorial Monument. When flags at those
                                                                                     locations become worn, faded, etc., and need replacement, a telephone call to the
                                                                                     Maintenance Supervisor at 664-7010 will take care of the matter.
                                                                                         The two 3’x5’ U.S. and State of Florida flags at the front of Building A are woe-
                                                                                     fully too small and barely noticeable. The sturdy flagpoles can easily handle size
                                                                                     6’x10’ flags. The flags should be of best quality polyester that stand-up to high
                                                                                     winds. These flags are the best choice for coastal and more extreme weather envi-
                                                                                     ronments. Officers of DAV Chapter 155 have recommended this improvement to our
                                                                                     Community Manager..
                                                                                         Our Star-Spangled Banner represents everything veterans served for and our flag
                                                                                     should always be flown with great respect and pride.
                                                                                         There are two drop-boxes for damaged flags. One is located at Pool #1 and the
                                                                                     other is at the Veterans Service Office, Building D&E. Each year, on June 15, Flag
                                                                                     Day, the veterans organizations at Barefoot Bay conduct a ceremonial service giving
                                                                                     honor to those flags This service is conducted at a burning pit made by Recreation
                                                                                     District personnel alongside the lake at the Community Center.
                                                                                         If you have any questions about displaying your flag, or need assistance in replac-
                                                                                     ing your flag, please call 664-7029.
                                                                                         The Barefoot Bay Veterans Council. At a meeting held on June 14, 2011, an elec-
                                                                                     tion of Officers was held. Following is a listing of the new officers for the business year
                                                                                     June 2011-June 2012:
                                                                                                                                         Chairman Joseph Walker VFW Post 4425
                                                                                                                                         Sr. Vice Chairman Richard Pearson DAV
                                                                                                                                     Chap. 155
                                                                                                                                         Jr. Vice Chairman James McPheters MCL
                                                                                                                                     Det. 988
                                                                                                                                         Adjutant Mel Rector VFW Post 4425
                                                                                                                                         Treasurer Dave McAllister DAV Chap.
                                                                                                                                         Chaplain Roy Beglau Am. Legion 366
                                                                                                                                         Sgt-at-Arms Randy Barnes MCL Det. 988
                                                                                                                                         Americanism. DAV Chapter 155’s
                                                                                                                                     Americanism Program is getting rave reviews
                                                                                                                                     from students and faculty at the Sebastian
                                                                                                                                     River High School. The Committee, headed
                                                                                                                                     by Bill Auburn, a combat veteran from the
                                                                                                                                     Vietnam Area; Russell Heady, a combat
                                                                                                                                     veteran of the Korean War, and Richard
                                                                                                                                     Dennig, a combat veteran of World War II
                                                                                                                                     and former Prisoner of War are relating first-
                                                                                                                                     hand experiences to history class students.
                                                                                                                                     The Committee has received invitations to
                                                                                                                                     speak at several local schools and social
                                                                                                                                     organizations. Their next scheduled presen-
                                                                                                                                     tation will be at Brevard Community College
                                                                                                                                     on September 21, 2011.
                                                                                                                                         That’s it for this month. I’ll be on
                                                                                                                                     vacation at this time next month, but if
                                                                                                                                     anything interesting pops up I’ll put it in
                                                                                                                                     the Tattler.

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                                                                                                                                             make a big deal out of -- birthdays, holi-     is the first program that she has taken
                                                                                                                                             days, going out to plays, dinner, shop-        on. Her passion is contagious, as proved

     All news must be delivered to the Barefoot Tattler office by the
                                                                                                                                             ping. At the drop of our Red Hats, we’re
                                                                                                                                             ready to celebrate, and sharing with
                                                                                                                                             others is so much fun. Summer in the
                                                                                                                                                                                            by the fact we now have a Summer Fun
                                                                                                                                                                                                This week we had our first Kids
                                                                                                                                             Bay is quiet and hot but we still find time    Cooking Class with Chef Rich. Nine kids
           deadline listed below. E-mail:                                                                                 to have a lunch with our good friends. I       attended and all of them had a blast.
                 or P.O. Box 779-176 or 222 Kiwi Dr.                                                                                         look forward to it every month and hope        They made chicken fingers. They loved
                        Barefoot Bay, FL 32976                                                                                               it never ends.                                 dipping the meat, rubbing it in bread
                                                                                                                                                                 Queen Roberta Gray         crumbs and flour, and watching them
                                                                                                                                                                                            turn a golden brown.
                                                                                                                                             seBastian elKs lodGe #2714                         Greg Maugeri innocently said to Carol,
                                                                                                                                                Sara Eden, 18, was the winner of            “I could do that.” He was instantly signed
                                                                                                                                             the El-Doe’s of Sebastian Elks Lodge           up to teach Bocce Ball on Saturday
 Barefoot Bay Humanists                                                                memoirs CluB
                                                                                                                                             #2714, essay contest for this year. She        mornings for kids and adults. Today
   After the wildly successful July pro-                                  We are meeting informally for the sum-                             was awarded a $1,000 Scholarship for           there were six kids and six adults.
gram, which featured Dr. Haig John, chi-                               mer at the library at @ 2pm on the 1st and                            having her essay titled “What College              Thursday Tennis Lessons with
ropractor, the Humanists at Barefoot Bay                               3rd Friday of each month and welcome all                              Means to Me,” chosen from many entries.        Instructor Stephanie Falconi were rained
will follow up with a viewing of a selection                           new memoir writers “that is anyone that                               Sara recently graduated from Sebastian         out but will be on for next week. .
of appropriate DVDs when they meet at                                  is interested in leaving one of the most                              River High School, where she was in                Check the calendar for times and
noon, Aug. 13, at the South Mainland                                   valuable gift to your love ones” .Come join                           the International Baccalaureate Program.       locations of crafts, board games, infant
Library, 7921 Ron Beatty Boulevard,                                    us,we can help you organize yours with                                She has been accepted to the University        safety and swim class, cooking lessons,
Micco.                                                                 old pictures.                                                         of Florida. Her future plans include being     Bocce Ball, and adult swim lessons,.
   There is no charge for this public ser-                                                  Bob, Pat and Friends                             an Environmental Engineering major.            Watch out. As I write this Carol is telling
vice of Humanists at Barefoot Bay.                                                                                                           She has the desire to travel abroad to         me we have future softball for kids and
   For more specific information on the                                 people witHout partners                                              New Zealand, because that country is           water Zumba coming!
August program and how to join and                                        We had our July 6th meeting with 12                                foremost in the world in Environmental             We still don’t know where the money
become a force in the Humanist com-                                    members present. Our president, Judy                                  issues, they have opportunities for her to     is going to come from. Today we used
munity, call Tom Jennings at (772) 567-                                Valvano read Bible verse Psalms 34: 19,                               study in her field. Sara’s proud parents       the last of the donations, but it won’t
3416 or E-mail                                   then we all said the Pledge of Allegiance                             are Gary and Ginny Eden of Sebastian.          mean the programs stop, that is just not
                                                                       and sang God Bless America.                                                                                          in the plans.
    friendsHip CHristian                                                  It was voted upon that we will con-                                  spinners sQuare danCe                                                   Sue Woodward
  Community Cluster news                                               tinue meeting through July and August,                                            CluB
    Hi Cluster Members. The clusters are                               however due to many taking vaca-                                         The Spinners are off for the season and                   twirlers
not having regular meetings until the fall,                            tions and some with illnesses we must                                 will begin dancing again on Thursday,             Barefoot Bay Twirlers Square and
but we do have to fulfill our current obliga-                          CANCEL THE CLUB MEETINGS UNTIL                                        October 6th. The Spinners dance main-          Round Dance Club: The Twirlers are off
tions. Help is still needed at the Sebastian                           SEPTEMBER 7th. Please remember,                                       stream in Building A, Barefoot Bay on          for the season and will begin dancing
Chamber Of Commerce “Light Up The Grill                                our club meets on the 1st and 3rd                                     Thursday afternoon from 12:45 to 2:45.         again on Monday, November 14th. The
Night” to be held at our new thrift store at                           Wednesday of every month at Building A                                Our caller is Sammi Teufel. We are still       Twirlers dance plus level with rounds in
1624 North Central Ave. Don’t forget the                               from 2p to 4p. Our next meeting will be                               accepting donations of square dance            Building A, Barefoot Bay on Monday eve-
date-Friday, August 5th from 5:30 to 8:00.                             September 7th.                                                        clothing from anyone that can no longer        nings from 7:30 to 9:30. Our caller and
    Call Patty Rinabarger at 664-7503 for                                 For more information please call Judy                              dance or no longer cares to dance. The         cuer is Steve Ekin. We are still accepting
information regarding the Joe`s Club activ-                            Valvano at 664-9896 or Carol Donohue                                  clothing is sold on e-bay for the benefit of   donations of square dance clothing from
ities. We provide the worship service for                              at 664-7761.                                                          the club. For any questions call George        anyone that can no longer dance or no
the residents on the third Tuesday of the                                                                                                    at 664-3207.                                   longer cares to dance. The clothing is
month and the residents need help with                                           red Hat soCiety of                                                                                         sold on e-bay for the benefit of the club.
the hymns, like singing and turning pages.                                         Barefoot Bay                                                 new--summer fun CluB                        For any questions contact George at
In addition, we need more participation at                                 If you are a female, you can be a                                     This summer Carol Joseph had no            664-3207.
the Pot Luck held at Joe’s club on the last                            Hatter of one type or another. If you are                             idea what she was getting herself into.
Friday of the month. You can always call                               fifty or over, you qualify to be a Red                                We sat at a Recreation Committee meet-                welCome waGon
any cluster leader for church information;                             Hatter. If you are under fifty, you may                               ing a two months back, brainstorming              The Welcome Wagon women’s club
we are always here to help.                                            become a Pink Hatter. Once in a while                                 some ideas, when she innocently said,          meets the second Tuesday of the month
    Lois Beglau—The Sunnysiders Cluster                                we are asked whether one can be too old                               “It would be nice to get some activities       from September to July. We choose
664-1980                                                               to join us. That question is just plain dis-                          going for the kids in Barefoot Bay this        various restaurants in the area. Meetings
    Shirley Johnson—The South Brevard                                  maying. Of course you can’t be too old!                               summer.” From there we ran an article in       include a luncheon and a program, the
Cluster 321-768-1736                                                   We make a big deal out of 50th birth-                                 the Tattler, which got in after the dead-      meetings are from 11A to 2P. We are a
    Mary Marzke---The Barefoot Bay II                                  days, 60th, 70th, etc. Actually, we make                              line, as did this one                          charitable organization and give schol-
Cluster 664-4639                                                       a big deal out of anything we can find to                                 Carol has a passion for kids, but this     arships to Sebastian River High School
                                                                                                                                                                                            seniors and to charitable organizations

                                               RED NAILS                                                                                      Riverside Pet Salon                           in our area through fundraisers within
                                                                                                                                                                                            our club and outside. We have fun and
                                     Professional Nail Care for Ladies & Gentlemen                                                            14190 U.S. Hwy. 1 Sebastian                   our membership includes women from

            Acrylic • Pink & White • Mylar • Glitter • Gel Lacquer
                                                                                                                                                          8:00 - 4:30                       Sebastian, Barefoot Bay and Grant. For
                                                                                                                                                                                            more information call Shirley at 202-
            Silk • Spa Manicure & Pedicure • Waxing • Overlay                                                                                     772-581-5663                              4106 or Barbara at 581-8669. You
                                                                                                                                                                                            are invited to come to a luncheon to
 13521 US Hwy 1 • RiverWalk Plaza • Sebastian • (772) 581-4885                                                                                       14 Years’ Experience
                                                                                                                                                                                            see if you would like to join our group.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Snowbirds are welcome.
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Paralegal Service
        Wills,                              LIBRARY                                           By Michael Perini
                                                                                              South Mainland Branch
  Powers of Attorney                     HAPPENINGS                                               664-4066
   and Living Wills
   Mobile Notary
     Service                         South Mainland Public Library, 7921 Ron Beatty Blvd., Micco, FL 32976
 We Come To You!                     772-664-4066 •                                                                    CONCORdIA LuTHeRAN
                                      August 2011                                                                               Have you noticed the improvements
                                      Adult Programs and Events:                                                             on the pump houses and the enhance-
                                      8/5&19, 2-4pm, Memoir Writers                                                          ment of the handicapped areas with the
                                      8/9, 9am, Library Advisory Board Meeting                                               new signs? They are all the work of
                                      8/13, 12pm-2pm, Humanists                                                              the hands of Cameron Spanogle (Pastor
                                      8/18, 3pm, Book Club: “Paula” by Isabel Allende                                        Jim’s son), who is earning his Eagle
                                      There will be no Family Histories/Genealogy classes in August                          Badge in Scouting. Next time you see
                                      Mondays, 2-4pm, Art Classes with Gloria $7/class                                       him, thank him and his buddies for all
                                      Tuesdays, 1-2pm, (1st Tues only) You Are Not Alone, Cancer Support Group               their work.
                                      Tuesdays, 6:30pm, Gentle Yoga with Judy $5/class.                                         The ladies have decided to work all
                                      Thursdays, 6-8pm, Quilters                                                             through the summer on the beautiful
                                      Fridays, 9am, Gentle Yoga with Judy $5/class.                                          quilts they make. Last year they sent
                                      Youth Programs                                                                         75+ quilts to Lutheran World Relief to be
                                      Summer Reading Program: 8/1, 10 am (all ages) Final Summer Reading Event: Dr.          distributed to many needy areas, and I
                                   Dan the Magic Man presents a magical end to our magical world tour. This will be fol-     think they are trying to top that figure.
                                   lowed by some refreshments from other lands. (Preregistration is preferred, thank you.)   God bless them. It is a lot of work and
                                                                                                                             not many hands are there to work on
                                                                                                                             them. They can always use help—sew-

                                       Code Enforcement June 2011
                                                                                                                             ing skills are not required!
                                                                                                                                We have been praying for rain and
                                                                                                                             God has answered our prayers. The Bay
                                                                                                                             area looks greener and more beautiful
                                                                   Reported          Complied                                than ever. Psalm 121: “My help comes
                                     ADIR/ARCC                     3                 3                                       from the Lord, the maker of heaven and
                                     Boat/Trailer                  3                 3                                       earth.”
                                     Debris                        7                 7                                          In Matthew 10, Jesus said, “Whoever
                                     High Grass/Brush              14                5                                       welcomes you welcomes me.” You are
                                     Landscape                     3                 2                                       always welcome in Concordia. Please
                                     Parking of Vehicle            18                                                        join us for Sunday worship at 10:30 a.m.
                                     Powerwash                     3                                                                   God loves all of you!
                                     Total                         52                21
                                     Total Number Of DOR Letters, Notices, Affidavits       247                                 RIVeR OF LIFe FeLLOWsHIP
                                     Code Violations Committee Hearing Cases - June 10, 2011 - 19 - 5                           Join Us In Our “Moving Experience”…
                                     Board of Trustees Cases - June 10, 2011 - 3 - 1                                            We Are Now Holding Sunday Morning
                                     New Case Sent to Attorney - 1                                                           Services In Building A @ 10:30 Am
                                     Total Mileage               375                                                            Pastor Derek Harkins would like to
                                                                                                                             invite you to join River of Life Fellowship
                                                                                ARCC Applications                            for a special time of blessings and wor-
                                                                                                                             ship. The Lord opened the doors for this
                                                                                 Alter Carport, FL. Room, Screen             wonderful opportunity to expand our ser-
                                                                               Room, Carport, Shed            4              vice facilities from Joe’s Club to Building
                                                                                 Cabana                       3              A. Our initial move was on Sunday, July
                                                                                 Extend/Widen Driveway        2              17. We are excited with what God is
                                                                                 Fence                        2              doing to move our church forward in our
                                                                                 Garage                       1              spiritual outreach to Barefoot Bay and
                                                                                 New Carport, Fl. Room, Screen Room          surrounding communities.
                                                                               Shed                           1                 Adult Sunday School: 9:30 AM @
                                                                                 New Homes                    1              Building C (right next door to A)
                                                                                 Privacy Barrier              1                 Children’s Church: 11:00 AM @
                                                                                 Roof (Repair Or Replace)     7              Building C
                                                                                 Siding                       2                 We will still hold Thursday Bible Study
                                                                                 Skirting                     1              ( 7:00 PM), as well as Tuesday Prayer
                                                                                 Windows                      2              Meeting( 7:00 PM), @ Joe’s Club.
                                                                                 Total Approvals              28                We Look Forward To Seeing You
                                                                                 Completed Inspections        10             There!


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    Q. What is the flu?
    A. The flu, more scientifically known as influenza, is a highly contagious respira-
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through mucus membranes in the mouth, nose, or eyes.
    Q. Who is at risk?
    A. Older adults, young children, and people with certain health conditions are at
higher risk for serious flu complications. On average annually in the United States, 5%
to 20% of the population gets the flu; over 200,000 people are hospitalized from flu
complications; and about 24,000 people die from the flu-related causes.
    Q. How can I prevent getting the flu?
    A. The best way to prevent or lessen the severity of the flu is to get a flu shot each
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your sneezes can help. Although there are no guarantees, you’ll have peace of mind
knowing you’re doing all you can to keep yourself and your family flu-free.
    Q. Is there a new type of vaccine available?
    A. Yes, a “High-Dose” influenza vaccine is available and is designed specifically
for people sixty-five years and older.
    Q. What is the difference between the High-Dose influenza vaccine and the regular
influenza vaccine?
    A. The High-Dose and regular dosage are both injectable influenza vaccines,
made up of the three flu strains most likely to cause illness for a particular flu season,
to protect people from influenza. High-Dose vaccines contain four times the amount
of antigen (the part of the vaccine that prompts the body to make antibody) contained
in regular flu shots. The additional antigen is intended to create a stronger immune
response (more antibody) in the person getting the vaccine.
    Q. Why is a higher dose vaccine available for adults sixty-five and older?
    A. Human immune defenses become weaker with age, which places older people
at greater risk of severe illness from influenza. Also, aging decreases the body’s abil-
ity to elicit a good immune response after influenza vaccination. A higher dose of
antigen in the vaccine is intended to give older people a better immune response and
therefore better protection against flu.
    Q. Does the higher dose vaccine produce a better immune response in adults 65
years and older?
    A. Data from clinical trials comparing the regular vaccine to the High-Dose vaccine
among persons age sixty-five years or older indicate that a stronger immune response
(i.e. higher antibody levels) occurs after vaccination with High-Dose. Studies are cur-
rently underway to determine whether or not a stronger immune response will lead to a
decrease in influenza.
    Q. Is the High-Dose vaccine safe?
    A. Yes. The High-Dose vaccine is safe and approved by the Food and Drug
Administration (FDA). The side effects from the High-Dose vaccine are similar to
that of regular flu vaccine. The most common side effects experienced were mild and
temporary and included pain, redness, and swelling at the injection site and head-
ache, muscle aches, and slight fever. Most people have minimal or no side effects
after receiving the High-Dose vaccine.
    Q. Who should not be vaccinated?
    A. There are some people who should not get a flu vaccine without first consulting
a physician. These include:
    • People who have a severe allergy to chicken eggs.
    • People who have had a severe reaction to an influenza vaccination.
    • People who developed Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) within 6 weeks of getting
an influenza vaccine.
    • Children less than 6 months of age (influenza vaccine is not approved for this age group).
    • People who have a moderate-to-severe illness with a fever (they should wait until
they recover to get vaccinated).
    For more information on influenza and the High-Dose vaccine visit the CDC website at For information on local flu clinic sites, visit
    Since 1975, the VNA has been committed to bringing skilled, compassionate, and cost-
effective home health care to area resident
patients. For more information about VNA
services, call 772.567.5551 or visit www.
    The VNA Answer Nurse welcomes your
questions. Please write or call: The VNA
Answer Nurse, 1110 35th Lane, Vero Beach,
FL 32960, (772) 567.5760 extension 5636,
or email: This
material is for general information. To diag-
nose a specific illness or disorder, consult
your doctor.
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Barefoot Bay’s                                                                                              World of Sports
Ladies’ 18 Hole Golf League Ladies’ 9 Hole Golf League
  Scramble - Mixed Flight                     June 21, 2011 Results                                        June 7, 2011                        Two Person Scramble
  June 7, 2011                                Replace 1 Hole Each Side W/Par                               Replace Worst Hole W/Par            1st Team, Anita Little &
   1st Place $3.00 Each                       Flight A 0 To 36 Hcp                                         Flight “A”                          Nancy Marine                 39
   Beth Gillette, Sharon Hopkins, Irene      1st Place Kathy Ellwanger        51                           1st Linda Pader          41         2nd Team, Marian DeGraff &
Webster.Norma Eblin                        $5.00                                                           2nd Anita Little         43         Gina Morrill                 43
   2nd Place $2.00 Each                      2nd Place June Handler           54                           Joyce Rybinsky           43         3rd Team, Linda Pader &
   Susan Fields, Joan Socha, Linda         $4.00                                                           3rd Nancy Marine         44         Hetty Affhouser              44
Keith, Doris Trameri, Betty Healy, Joan      3rd Place Sharon Hopkins         55                           Flight “B”                          Grace Peet &
Clement, Sandy Flynn, Vi Grohusky          $3.00                                                           1st Linda Wilson         46         Linda Wilson                 44
   3rd Place $1.00 Each                      Hole # 11 June Handler 21‘ ½” $6.00                           2nd Maxine Waagner        49        Birdie Hole #15 Anita Little & Nancy
   Carol Reynolds, June Handler, Marya        June 28, 2011                                                Hetty Affhauser          49       Marine
Martin, Irene Lavoie                          Odd Holes Half Handicap                                      3rd Peggy Bell            54        June 28, 2011
   Ctp #13       Betty Healy 14’ 5 1/2”       Flight A 0 To 36 Hcp                                         Birdie Hole #11 Peggy Bell          Low Putts
$11.00                                        1st Place Susan Fields 26 $5.00                              June 14, 2011                       Flight “A”
  June 14, 2011                               2nd Place Flo Rodweller 27 $4.00                             Low Net                             1st Lucille Baladino        13
  Low Net - In Flight                         3rd Place Maryann Martin 27.5 $3.00                          Flight “A”                          2nd Marilyn Coulbourne      15
  Flight A 0 To 27 Hcp                        Ctp Hole # 13 Nancy Soucy $6.00                              1st Cindy Vanchy          27        3rd Nancy Marine            16
  1st Place Susan Fields 59 $3.00          6’ 6”                                                           2nd Nancy Marine          31        FLIGHT “B”
  2nd Place Joan Socha 60 $2.00                                                                            3rd Joyce Rybinsky        35        1st Marian DeGraff          14
  3rd Place Mary Ann Martin 61 $1.00                                                                       Anita Little              35        2nd Peggy Bell               15
  Flight B 28 To 36 Hcp                                                                                    Marilyn Coulbourne        35        3rd Linda Wilson             16
  1st Place Irene Webster 57 $3.00                                                                         Flight “B”
   2nd Place Patti Wright 62 $2.00 Ea.                                                                     1st Maxine Wagner         28
  Vi Richmond 62                                                                                           2nd Linda Pader           31
  3rd Place Joan Clement 63 $1.00                                                                          3rd Linda Wilson          33
  Hole # 15 Joan Socha $9.00 16’ 8”                                                                        Hetty Affhouser           33
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             Obituary                                                                                                    MOBILE HOMES
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             passed away suddenly
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                                           support during my husband’s
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the loving husband of Linda (Grund)
Sandt and they celebrated their 40th
wedding anniversary on October 3,
2010. He was born in Easton, PA,
the son of the late William and Helen
(Beishline) Sandt. Bill served in the
United States Army from 1967 to               Card of Thanks                                      Still Family Owned
                                                                                             BIG ROMAN’S Be
1969 and then the Reserves during
1972 and 1973. He was a specialist in           Many thanks to all for your
radio relay and tactical circuit control   kind thoughts, cards, visits and
in the Signal Corp. Bill later graduated   offers to help following my spinal
                                                                                         BY TH              s
from Kutztown State University and
Lehigh Carbon Community College.
He worked as a contract administra-
                                           surgery in May. Although I truly
                                           do appreciate everyone’s offers,
                                           sometimes I do best on my own.
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tor and purchasing agent for various       If I have caused anyone’s feelings         Every                ~FREE DELIVERY ~
companies in the Lehigh Valley for         to suffer, I sincerely apologize.
30 years. Before moving to Florida              Each day gets better for me,                                   $1000 MIN.
in 2004, he was an active member           and I feel it is because of the
of the Allentown Hiking Club, MG           great love and attention from my
Club, and enjoyed the activities at        many friends in the Bay. A spe-                                             Sun - 12 PM - 8 PM
local rod and gun clubs. Bill also was     cial thanks to Debbie Perguson,                Sunday Hours                  Closed Mondays
a member of the Moose, Elks, and           Tim & Jan Hannify, and my
the American Legion in Florida. He         daughters, Amber and Jasmine
                                                                                              Now                   Tue. - Thur. 11 AM - 9 PM
was an avid reader, loved oldies and       for their time, kindness and love              2 PM to 8 PM
Doo Wop music, played the banjo            during my recuperation.
                                                                                                                    Fri. - Sat. 11 AM - 10 PM
and guitar, and enjoyed going to the            I Love You All.                                     Located in the Winn Dixie Plaza
beach regularly.                                                   Keith Pater
    Survivors: Besides his wife;
includes two daughters, Victoria L.,
wife of John F. Farrell and Rebecca
L., wife of Andrew R. Hahn; and
                                                                                     Stay Out of the Hot Kitchen -
two grandchildren, soon to be three.
Services: Memorial Services are being                                              Enjoy Our Fresh & Delicious Pizza
held on Saturday, June 25, 2011
at 12:00pm at Trinity Evangelical               Joanne’s
Lutheran Church, 400 N. Swinton
Ave, Delray Beach, FL, 33444 with
the Rev. Vince Putnam officiating.
    Contributions: In lieu of flowers,
the family requests that donations be
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                               9a             9:30a      Aux.       D: 12p               C: 1-4p                 A: 5-7:30p            Pool #1: 10a
                                              7p                    A 2-4p               A Bldg 11:15a           Lounge
                                            C 4-5p                                                                                     10:30a
                                                                    Pool #3                                                            “A” Parking Lot 7a
                                                                    19th Hole                                                          Lounge:

   Pool 1: 2p                               C: 10a       Council    C: 8:30a             C: 1p                  D&E: 10a                     #1 10a
                                            D&E: 4p                                         10a
                                               4p                                                               D&E 1-3:30pm           10:30a
   A:10:30am                                                        Pool 3p              A Bldg:                                       Lounge
       10:30am                                                      19th Hole:

  C: 6p                    D: 1p            C 4p                    Pool #3:            C: 1p                    Lounge Music:         Pool #1 10a
  A:                          9a                                                           2p
                                            Lounge: p                                   D&E: 7p                  A:                    10:30a 2
  C 10:30a                                                                              A Bldg 11:15a                                  Lounge

                               9a           C: 4p                   C: 8:30a             C: 1p                   C 9:30a               Pool #1: 10a
                                                                                         A Bldg 1:15a
                                            D&E: 7p                                                              D&E: 6p               10:30a
   A       a                                Lounge:                 Pool #3:                                     Mtg.                                       7:30p
                                                                                                                 A:                    A: 9a
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