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					        November 2009 | Volume 2 | Issue 11




Residents Committee Members
                                       From The
                                     Manager’s Desk
Dear Residents,

What a great turn for the election of our new Resident’s Committee and how nice it was to be able to have the meeting in
our new Recreational Hall. Congratulations to our new Resident’s Committee who were sworn in during October, and I
think all residents will feel comfortable knowing they are there to help them if any problems arise.
The new Committee consists of:-

             Ron Toleman (Chairman)                   - Site 74a    (02) 66 526035
             Rhonda Johnson (Secretary)               - Site 66     0401226122
             Carol Gosper                             - Site 77     0488521759
             John Walker                              - Site 2a     (02) 66 522931
             Robert Hampshaw                          - Site 14     (02) 55 523114
             Carol Leipper                            - Site 35     (02) 66 517379
             Ken Amery                                - Site 07

I would like to thank all residents for the smooth change over of all accounts from the Commonwealth Bank to the
National Australia Bank. We really appreciate your assistance in this matter and it was all done with very little disruption.
Good work.

It is lovely to see families having a great time and Janet and Stephanie had a lovely
holiday in Bali recently. Stephanie thought it was a great idea and can’t wait to go
again, especially with Nan as she pays for everything!!


                                  A good time was had by all, especially Frank
                                  Chetcuti and his friend at the recent dance at the
                                  new Senior’s Hall.

                                  The Social Club invite you to put aside MELBOURNE CUP DAY,
                                  NOVEMBER 3, and join them in the festivities in our new Recreation Hall. Such a great
                                  day was had last year by all and hopefully it will be bigger and better this year with our
                                  lovely new large screen television to watch the Cup. Some of the Social Committee will
                                  be going around selling sweep
                                  tickets in the next couple of weeks. More details will be put out on a flyer shortly.

You may have noticed that the company’s web page was down for several days last week. This was necessary whilst we
updated some of the information and also added a new link. The new page ‘For Sale’ features all the homes we have
listed for sale in our villages, both new and pre-loved. It is already proving to be a great selling tool and has resulted in a
number of sales.
Please note that it is company policy to only list homes if they are listed with us exclusively.

Until next month. Keep well.

John & Vicky
        The Lime Tree Journal is now viewable online at www.hampshirepropertygroup.com
          under the heading of “News”. You will be able to view the last 3 months of the
               Limetree Journal and also the other Hampshire Villages newsletters.
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                                   HAPPY BIRTHDAY
Birthdays




                            A very happy Birthday to those celebrating their
                                        birthday in November:

                    15th November       -   Ron Toleman - Site 74a
                    23rd November       -   Marian Wright - Site 31
                    24th November       -   Rae Thomson - Site 74
                    26th November       -   Eileen Hislop - Site 83
                    26th November       -   Janet Watts - Site 16
                    27th November       -   Marell Mathews - Site 49
                                                                We hope your Day is very Special
                    (Those residents that birthdays do not appear in the Journal, please do not think that I have forgotten you, but
                    I do not have everyone’s Special Day, so if you could let me know your date of birth, I would love to put it in
                    the Journal for you).


                                      MESSAGE FROM THE AMBULANCE SERVICE
Ambulance Service




                    We all carry our mobile phones with names and numbers stored in its memory. If we were to be involved in an
                    accident or were taken ill, the people attending us would have our mobile phone but wouldn’t know who to
                    call. Yes, there are hundreds of numbers stored, but which one is the contact person in case of an emer-
                    gency? Hence this ‘ICE’ (In Case of Emergency) Campaign. The concept of ICE is catching on quickly. It is a
                    method of contact during emergency situations. As mobile phones are carried by the majority of the popula-
                    tion, all you need to do is store the number of a contact person or persons who should be contacted during
                    emergency under the name ICE. The idea was thought up by a paramedic who found that when he went to
                    the scenes of accidents there were always mobile phones with patients but they didn’t know which number to
                    call. He therefore thought it would be a good idea if there was a nationally recognized name for this purpose.
                    In an emergency situation, Emergency Personnel and Hospital Staff would be able to quickly contact the right
                    person by simply dialling the number you have stored as ICE.
                    It really could save your life, or put a loved one’s mind at rest. For more than one contact name simply enter
                    ICE1, ICE2, ICE3 etc.

                    Clear a Clogged Drain – Before you reach for a caustic drain cleaner to unclog the kitchen or bathroom drain, try this much gentler
                    approach.
                    Use a funnel to insert ½ a cup of borax into the drain, then slowly pour in 2 cups of boiling water. Let the mixture sit for 15 minutes,
                    then flush with hot water. Repeat for stubborn clogs.
Handy Hints




                    Clean Your Toilet – You can disinfect the toilet bowl and leave it glistening without having to worry about dangerous fumes, by
                    using a stiff brush to scrub it in solution of ½ cup of borax in 4 litres of water.

                    Control Wandering Jew – If your garden being overrun by wandering jew, you may be able to conquer it with borax. Firstly dis-
                    solve 230-280 grams of borax in 120 ml of warm water. Then pour the solution into 9 litres of warm water (this is enough to cover
                    93 sq metres). Apply this treatment only once every 2 years.

                    Extracts taken from “Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things -Readers Digest


                      If there is an occasion that you would like to share please submit details to the office
                                                     by the 12th of each month.
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                                     Go Girl Newsletter
GO Girls Christmas Break-up will be held on Sunday 12 December (12 noon) at S-cape, Nautilus Resort.
This is a $20 lunch deal which includes a drink and coffee. Margeretha and Annemarie have asked that each of us bring
along a gift up to $5.
HEALTH AND BEAUTY WATCH – FORUM
BEAUTY
Lipstick
Cherril Gray has passed on the following:
A warning on lipsticks from a doctor at Mt Sinai Hospital in Toronto…Dioxin Carcinogens cause cancer. Lead is a
chemical which causes cancer. Lipstick brands which contain lead: Christian Dior, Lancôme, Clinique, Y.S.L.
Shiseido, Red Earth (gloss), Chanel (conditioner), Market America- Motnes. If your lipstick stays longer it is because it
has a higher content of lead. Test it yourself: Put some lipstick on your hand,; Use a gold ring to scratch over the
lipstick. If the lipstick changes to black it contains lead.
Lacura Day or Night Cream
Tipped as the best moisturisers – and only $8.99 from ALDI .
CURVES
I have been negotiating with CURVES and should have a good deal for us for the new year. This establishment (for
women only) specialises in strengthening (bones and body), cardio, stretching. Weight Watch advice free.
All air conditioned premises. I will keep you posted. (Let me know if you are interested)

Sat 07 Nov GRAFTON JACARANDA FESTIVAL
On this day they have Pipe Bands, Irish and Scottish Dancers, Markets - Grand Float procession starts at 5 p.m. Let me
know if you are interested in Carpooling.
RSVP Mon 02 Nov Yvonne 665248


Sat 31 Oct S-cape , NAUTILUS
Pacific Hwy North 2pm Coffee & Chat
($6.50 deal)
RSVP Mon 26 Oct
Margeretha or Annemarie

Tue 03 Nov WALK - Cancelled due to Mel Cup

Tue 03 Nov MELBOURNE CUP
Coffs Ex Services Club
11.30am for 12 noon start
2 course meal, complimentary champagne on arrival, entertainment
Come along an enjoy!
$25
RSVP Friday 23 October Yvonne
Please note: ABSOLUTE deadline to collect ticket is 5pm 23 Oct
Pick up from CEX Bottle Store Counter – envelope for GO Girls)

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Fri 06 Nov KEGELS 9 PIN BOWLS                                 OLIVER
11am-12nn (Pacific Hwy Sth behind McDonald’s) $5 pp           The Jetty Theatre has this Musical, by the
 Enclosed Shoes Only Coffee/cake/lunch if you wish.           Coffs Harbour Musical Comedy Company, on from
RSVP Mon 02 Nov Yvonne                                        14 Nov – 05 Dec.
                                                              Cost: $25 per adult/ $22 Concession
Sun 08 Nov WHALEWATCH CRUISE                                  Wed 25 Nov 8 pm
9.30am 2 ½ hours$39 per person Mon 02 Nov Yvonne              Sun 29 Nov 2 pm
                                                              RSVP Mon–2 Nov Yvonne 66524832
Tue 10 Nov TENNIS
9am The Lakes Tennis Crt                                      Sat 28 Nov WOOLGOOLGA RSL
Bring along a chair, drink etc                                Palms Bistro, 17 Beach St Woolgoolga
$1 pp RSVP Fri 06 Nov Terri 66512327                          Celebration of Birthdays
                                                              (Oct/Nov/Dec)
Thu 12 Nov CAFÉ KOOKABURRA                                    12 nn Lunch
Coffee and chat                                               ($10 meal deal with drink) Try to arrange own car pooling
10.30am 940 Orara Way, Nana Glen                              RSVP Mon 23 Nov Annemarie
RSVP Mon 09 Nov 66518418
                                                              XMAS SHOPPING BUS TRIP
Thu 12 Nov MOVIE                                              We are trying to gather enough girls together for a Xmas
‘Amelia’ (story of Amelia Earhart)                            Shopping trip to the Gold Coast – Maybe Robina
Please get in touch with Chris for details                     Shopping Centre or Harbour Town. It would take place
RSVP Mon 09 Nov 66531795                                      probably during the first week in December. Leaving
                                                              Coffs Harbour around 7am and returning around 7pm.
Fri 13 Nov COFFS EX SERVICES                                  Approx $38 to $45 per person
Music/chat/dancing                                            Are you interested ?
7pm Vista Lounge                                              RSVP Mon 02 Nov 6658940
This is very popular – if you get there early please secure
seats for other GO Girls)
RSVP Tue 10 Nov Yvonne 66524832

Sat 14 Nov M O V I E
‘Amelia’ (story of Amelia Earhart)
Please get in touch with Chris for details
RSVP Wed 11 Nov 66531795

Sat 12 Nov PARK BEACH Bowls Club
Ocean Parade, Coffs Hbr
2pm Coffee and Chat
RSVP 16 Nov 66518418

Wed 25 Nov TUPPERWARE Party
11am 24 Sabal Drive SAWTELL
RSVP Wed 18 Nov to Diane Fisher 6658 9408
diane.fisher@hotmail .com
Diane has chosen a special Tupperware
Week where there are $30 surprise gifts available.




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                                     The Book Review
                                    The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
                     I've read all of Dan Brown's books, and am huge fan, The DaVinci Code and
                     Angels and Demons made Dan Brown a well known author. I do enjoy his
                     stories and the fantastical idea that there could be some huge conspiracy or
                     esoteric out there that only a few people know about, and his latest novel The
Lost Symbol, is no exception. This is the third book to follow Robert Langdon, a Harvard Symbologist .

In The Lost Symbol, Robert Langdon again finds himself solving an age-old cryptographic mystery against his will,
against the clock and against the odds. In true Dan Brown fashion this book is a unique mix of suspenseful action-
thriller and a fascinating discussion of connections between ancient and modern science; the latter is personified in
Langdon's new reluctant sidekick, Kathy Solomon, a scientist who finds her discoveries the target of an evil and per-
sistent character named Mal'akh who is the book's bad guy. The self-named Mal'akh has transformed his body with
weights and steroids and to make the transformation complete, he's covered himself with tattoos, everywhere save for
a small circle on his head. During the day, when he goes out, he hides his tattooed face with makeup and wears a
wig.
Mal'akh is after secret knowledge guarded by the Masons and he'll stop at nothing to get it. To that end he's kid-
napped Peter Solomon, the head of the Masonic order in Washington, DC and he's lured Symbologist Robert Lang-
don from Harvard to Washington, because he believes Langdon is the only man alive who can decipher the ancient
symbols that will lead to this knowledge. Solomon is Langdon's friend and if Langdon doesn't do Mal'akh's bidding,
Solomon is going to die.

However, Mal'akh isn't the only one after these secrets. The CIA is as well.
They also seem hellbent on keeping Langdon from succeeding in his quest to find this forbidden knowledge, a knowl-
edge Langdon doesn't believe in, but he soldiers on, because his friend's life is at stake. Little does he realize his own
life is at stake as well in this story .

 I LOVE short chapters, and if you do, too--the fact that there are over a hundred of them in this book will make it
more enjoyable. There is a LOT of info contained in the book and you can clearly see that a ton of research went into
the history of the story.
'The Lost Symbol' is an excellent story and HIGHLY entertaining no matter what anyone else says. Keep in mind that
opinions vary...otherwise, a very solid entry by Dan Brown. I really enjoyed it overall.
This book has it all. A great hero, a super nasty bad guy and lots of action. It was certainly an enjoyable read and
enough to satiate me until the next book comes out (provided he doesn't wait as long as he did for this one).

Cheers
Rhonda




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                          AVOCADO, WALNUT AND BACON SALAD
          Josies Corner




                          200gm Bacon cut into strips
                          1/2 Cup Walnuts
                          50ml of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
                          75ml Lime or Lemon Juice
                          200gms Chopped Lettuce of baby spinach leaves
                          1 punnet cherry tomatoes
                          2 Spring Onions Chopped
                          1 Ripe Avocado, peeled and sliced
                          Salt and Pepper to taste

                          Cook bacon until crisp. Drain on paper.
                          Add Walnuts to pan and cook until brown. Remove from pan.
                          Combine oil and lime (or lemon) juice in a jar and shake.
                          Arrange lettuce or spinach, tomatoes, onions and avocado in a salad bowl. Sprinkle walnuts
                          and bacon over top and pour over the dressing and toss.

                          1. Understand what it is that will make you happy. Everyone has unique requirements for attaining happiness and what makes
9 Tips for happiness




                               one person happy may be very different from what makes someone else happy. Revel in your individuality and do not worry
                               about whether or not your desires are comparable to those of your peers.
                          2. Make a plan for attaining goals that you believe will make you happy. Your mood will very likely increase as your pursue your
                               goal because you will feel better about yourself for going after something you value.
                          3. Surround yourself with happy people. It is easy to begin to think negatively when you are surrounded by people who think that
                               way. Conversely, if you are around people who are happy their emotional state will be infectious.
                          4. When something goes wrong try to figure out a solution instead of wallowing in self pity. Truly happy people don’t allow set
                               backs to affect their mood because they know that with a little thought they can turn the circumstances back to their favour.
                          5. Spend a few minutes each day thinking about the things that make you happy. These few minutes will give you the opportu-
                               nity to focus on the positive things in your life and will lead you to continued happiness.
                          6. It’s also important to take some time each day to do something nice for yourself. Whether you treat yourself to lunch, take a
                               long, relaxing bath or simply spend a few extra minutes on your appearance you will be subconsciously putting yourself in a
                               better mood.
                          7. Finding the humour in situations can also lead to happiness. While there are times that require you to be serious, when it is
                               appropriate, find a way to make light of a situation that would otherwise make you unhappy.
                          8. Maintaining your health is another way to achieve happiness. Being overweight or not eating nutritious foods can have a
                               negative effect on your mood. Additionally, exercise has been known to release endorphins that give you a feeling of happi-
                               ness.
                          9. Finally, it is important to understand that you deserve happiness. Those who believe that they are not worthy of happiness
                               may subconsciously sabotage their efforts to achieve happiness. If necessary, tell yourself each day that you deserve to be
                               happy and remind yourself what steps you will take to achieve the happiness you desire.
                          Happiness is hard to define but most people are aware of whether they are happy or not. Many people believe that happiness is a
                          form of luck and that some people are destined to be happy while others are destined to be unhappy. I try to incorporate the tips
                          above into my life and have had great success in achieving happiness. The tips in this article are small but meaningful steps that
                          you can take each day to lead you to true happiness.


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                                                                                           November 2009| Volume 2 | Issue 11

Cranky Old Man

What do you see nurses? . .. . . .What do you see?
                                                                     HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
What are you thinking .. . . . when you're looking at me?
A cranky old man, . . . . . .not very wise,
Uncertain of habit .. . . . . . with faraway eyes?
                                                                           TIPS
                                                                   1. Exercise regularly. Even a short walk each day
Who dribbles his food ... .. . . . . and makes no reply.
                                                                   can help. The more activity you do the healthier you
When you say in a loud voice . . . 'I do wish you'd try!'          will be. The healthier you are the better you will sleep.
Who seems not to notice . . . . .the things that you do.
And forever is losing . . . . . . . . . . A sock or shoe?          2. Eat a balanced diet. As with exercise, a healthy
                                                                   diet will help you achieve a healthy sleep pattern. In
Who, resisting or not .. . . . . . lets you do as you will,
With bathing and feeding . . . . The long day to fill?
                                                                   particular, avoid heavy meals late at night.
Is that what you're thinking? . . .Is that what you see?
Then open your eyes, nurse . . .you're not looking at me.          3. Minimise caffeine intake (and ideally avoid after
                                                                   about 4.00 p.m.). As well as coffee, this includes tea,
I'll tell you who I am . . . . . . . As I sit here so still,       most soft drinks and chocolate.
As I do at your bidding, . . . . . as I eat at your will.
I'm a small child of Ten . . . .with a father and mother,
Brothers and sisters .. . . . . . . . who love one another         4. Avoid excessive alcohol. Although most people
                                                                   find alcohol helps them to get off to sleep, it usually
A young boy of Sixteen . . . . . with wings on his feet            contributes to night-time waking.
Dreaming that soon now . . . . ..a lover he'll meet.
A groom soon at Twenty . . . . .my heart gives a leap.
Remembering, the vows .. . . . that I promised to keep.
                                                                   5. If you want an evening drink instead of alcohol or
                                                                   coffee, try alternatives such as warm milk (which can
At Twenty-Five, now . . . . . I have young of my own.              be sweetened with honey or drinking chocolate), or
Who need me to guide . . . . And a secure happy home.              any of the large range of herbal teas now available.
A man of Thirty . . . . . . . .My young now grown fast,
Bound to each other . . . . . .With ties that should last.
                                                                   6. Address other issues in your life. If you have
At Forty, my young sons .. . ..have grown and are gone,            problems at work, problems with your partner, or any-
But my woman is beside me . . to see I don't mourn.                thing that might cause you to feel stressed or worried,
At Fifty, once more, . . ...Babies play 'round my knee,            sorting them out will help you to sleep. If you are
Again, we know children . . .My loved one and me.                  depressed or anxious, seek professional help.
Dark days are upon me . . . . . My wife is now dead.
                                                                   Remember, there are effective solutions for these
I look at the future ... . . . . . I shudder with dread.           problems.
For my young are all rearing . . .young of their own.
And I think of the years . And the love that I've known.

I'm now an old man . . . . . . .and nature is cruel.
It's jest to make old age . . . look like a fool.
The body, it crumbles .. . . . grace and vigour, depart.
There is now a stone .. . . . .where I once had a heart.

But inside this old carcass . .A young man still dwells,
And now and again . . .. . . . my battered heart swells
I remember the joys . .. . . .I remember the pain.
And I'm loving and living . . . life over again.

I think of the years . all too few . . gone too fast.
And accept the stark fact . . . . .that nothing can last.
So open your eyes, people . . . . . open and see.
Not a cranky old man . Look closer . see . .. . ME!!

Remember this poem when you next meet an older person who
you might brush aside without looking at the young soul within .
... . .we will all, one day, be there, too!
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                                          Jokes—Puzzles
A man walks into a bar and asks the barman, 'Was I in here last night?' 'You certainly were,' replies the barman.
'And did I spend a lot of money?' 'You spent over £100', replies the barman. 'Thank god for that,' says the man, 'I thought
I'd wasted it.'
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A blonde suspects her boyfriend of cheating on her, so she goes out and buys a gun. She goes to his apartment unex-
pectedly and when she opens the door she finds him in the arms of a redhead. Well, the blonde is really angry. She opens
her purse to take out the gun, and as she does so, she is overcome with grief. She takes the gun and puts it to her head.
The boyfriend yells, "No, honey, don't do it!" The blonde replies, "Shut up, you're next!"
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Joe has been seeing a psychoanalyst for four years for treatment of the fear that he had monsters under his bed. It had
been years since he had gotten a good night's sleep. Furthermore, his progress was very poor, and he knew it. So, one
day he stops seeing the psychoanalyst and decides to try something different. A few weeks later, Joe's former psycho-
analyst meets his old client in the supermarket, and is surprised to find him looking well-rested, energetic, and cheerful.
"Doc!" Joe says, "It's amazing! I'm cured!" "That's great news!" the psychoanalyst says. "you seem to be doing much
better. How?" "I went to see another doctor," Joe says enthusiastically, "and he cured me in just ONE session!" "One?!"
the psychoanalyst asks incredulously. "Yeah," continues Joe, "my new doctor is a behaviorist." "A behaviorist?" the psy-
choanalyst asks. "How did he cure you in one session?" "Oh, easy," says Joe. "He told me to cut the legs off of my bed."
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My wife asked me to buy ORGANIC vegetables from the market. I went and looked around and couldn't find any. So I
grabbed an old, tired looking employee and said, "These vegetables are for my wife. Have they been sprayed with any
poisonous chemicals?" "The produce guy looked at me and said, "No. You'll have to do that yourself."
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This guy buys a parrot. Every morning he stands in front of the cage and asks in a pleasant voice "Can you talk?" This
goes on for weeks with absolutely no response from the bird. Finally one morning, totally fed up, he shouts "CAN YOU
TALK, YOU STUPID CREATURE? CAN YOU TALK?" The bird looks him in the eye and says "I can talk, all right. Can
you fly?"
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One day at a busy airport, the passengers on a commercial airliner are seated waiting for the pilot to show up so they can
get under way. The pilot and copilot finally appear in the rear of the plane and begin walking up to the cockpit through the
center aisle. Both appear to be blind; the pilot is using a white cane, bumping into passengers right and left as he stum-
bles down the aisle. The copilot is using a guide dog. Both have their eyes covered with sunglasses. At first, the passen-
gers do not react thinking that it must be some sort of practical joke. After a few minutes though, the engines start revving,
and the airplane begins moving down the runway. The passengers look at each other with some uneasiness. They start
whispering among themselves and look desperately to the stewardesses for reassurance. Yet, the plane starts accelerat-
ing rapidly, and people begin panicking. Some passengers are praying, and as the plane gets closer and closer to the end
of the runway, the voices are becoming more and more hysterical. When the plane has less than twenty feet of runway
left, there is a sudden change in the pitch of the shouts as everyone screams at once. At the very last moment, the plane
lifts off and is airborne. Up in the cockpit, the copilot breathes a sigh of relief and tells the pilot: "You know, one of these
days the passengers aren't going to scream, and we aren't going to know when to take off!"
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Marriage is not a word. It is a sentence--a life sentence. Marriage is very much like a violin; after the sweet music is over,
the strings are attached. Marriage is love. Love is blind. Therefore, marriage is an institution for the blind. Marriage is an
institution in which a man loses his Bachelor's Degree and the woman gets her Masters. Marriage is a thing which puts a
ring on a woman's finger and two under the man's eyes. Marriage certificate is just another word for a work permit.
Marriage is not just a having a wife, but also worries inherited forever. Marriage requires a man to prepare 4 types of
"rings": * The Engagement Ring * The Wedding Ring * The Suffe-Ring * The Endu-Ring
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                             S       U       D   O    K     U

            October Result

9   4   2    7    6    8     1   5       3                 2                 7 1
6   5   8    1    2    3     7   4       9             1 7 4                   6 2 9
7   3   1    9    5    4     8   6       2             5                   1 9     3
8   6   9    5    3    7     2   1       4                 6                 5     7
4   2   3    8    9    1     6   7       5               4               3   2   6
5   1   7    6    4    2     3   9       8             8                 1     9
1   7   5    2    8    9     4   3       6             7                 4 8       6
2   9   4    3    7    6     5   8       1             6 2 3                   8 9 4
3   8   6    4    1    5     9   2       7                 5             9     3




                                                      AARDVARK       HAWK
                                                      ALBATROSS      HIPPOPOTAMUS
                                                      ALLIGATOR      HYENA
                                                      ANACONDA       IGUANA
                                                      ANTELOPE       JAGUAR
                                                      BABOON         KANGAROO
                                                      BADGER         LEOPARD
                                                      BANDICOOT      MONKEY
                                                      BEAR           RATTLESNAKE
                                                      BUFFALO        RHINOCEROS
                                                      BUZZARD        SEALION
                                                      CENTIPEDE      TAPIR
                                                      CHEETAH        TARANTULA
                                                      COUGAR         VULTURE
                                                      CROCODILE      WALRUS
                                                      DINGO          WOLF
                                                      EAGLE          ZEBRA
                                                      ELEPHANT
                                                      FALCON
                                                      GIRAFFE
                                                      GORILLA




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                    HELPFUL CONTACT INFORMATION


                      Office Hours:
                      Village administration hours are :
                                   Monday to Friday 9am to 12pm
                      After Hours:
                       Lime Tree staff are on duty 7 days a week in the event of an emergency only. Please
                      respect their rights to privacy out-of-hours. After-hours boom gate access must be
                      managed between yourself and your visitors.
                      Resident Accounts:
                      If you have any queries concerning your account with regard to site fees, electricity and
                      water payments or any other questions about your statement, you should direct your
                      queries to Vicky at the office during office hours or phone Vicky on (02) 6652 1215

                                    THINKING OF SELLING YOUR HOME?

                      Before you make the decision on who will handle the sale of your home, here’s
                      some food for thought........
                             We have sold 86 new and pre-loved homes in our village. The combined efforts
                      of various external Real Estate Agents during the same time has resulted in 1 home
                      sold. So, who would you prefer to trust this important role to?
                      Remember, we actively market our village in major newspapers and on the internet.
                      We exhibit at numerous trade shows and expos during the year. The inquiries that we
                      generate are handled in our on- site sales office and we get results! No one else
                      specializes exclusively in selling homes in our village.

                              SELLING YOUR HOME AT LIME TREE VILLAGE
                             If you wish us to act as your agent in selling your home, you will need to sign an
                      agency agreement with us. You may sell your home yourself or through a real estate
                      agent. However, under section 81 (1) of the Residential Parks Act 1998 ("the Act"), you
                      are required to inform us of your intention to offer your home for sale before displaying
                      a "for sale" sign in or on the home.
                             Before the purchaser of any home signs a site agreement, the Act requires us to
                      make various detailed written disclosures to them regarding the terms and nature of
                      the site agreement and their occupancy. If you are using the services of a real estate
                      agent, we suggest that you ask them to call us to discuss these matters since it may
                      cause problems if the purchaser is not made aware of them until after an agreement on
                      the sale is reached.
                             We can not unreasonably withhold consent for a purchaser of your home to take
                      over the site. However, the purchaser will need to apply to us before we will agree to
                      enter into a site agreement with them. We will generally need at least 3 working days
                      after receipt of their application to check their character and credit references. We will
                      not consider allowing the .purchaser of your home to enter into a site agreement until
                      all amounts you owe have been paid. If it is proposed that we receive payment on set-
                      tlement of the sale, then the settlement should occur in our office so that we can
                       receive any moneys owing at the time of settlement.
   IN THE CASE OF AN EMERGENCY
              Fire, Police,                              Contact Vicky at the office on
              Ambulance                             (02) 66521215, Mobile 0421 645 348 or
               RING 000
                                                                    Email
then phone 6652 1215 and the staff member
          on duty will assist you.                  vicky@hampshirepropertygroup.com.au
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