The RAP Sheet July 1, 2009, volume 2 Welcome to the second edition of the Regency at Prospect newsletter. This newsletter is published quarterly but, if you have access to the Internet, please visit www.myregencyatprospect.com for uptodate news and information. User name is rapresident, Password is regencyhoa Regency at Prospect community news: Community calendar Toll Brothers news: Sales update: Approximately 85 units now sold. June 28th – Pot Luck Dinner at 4:00 PM Approximately 60 units will be occupied by the time the newsletter is published. There will be approximately 10 new closings in the next 60 Future trips: days. If anyone has an idea and would like to post it here, please send that info to Sue Bradley at The outdoor furniture is in place on the deck of firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at 203 the clubhouse. Cushions for the umbrella table 5274996; chairs are located in the storage room next to the library. Please return the cushions when you are Interested in defibrillator finished with them. Please be sure the door to the deck is unlocked so that you will not be training? locked out on the deck. We have a group of Loretta Hayre will run a session if she gets ten volunteers who unlock and lock these doors each attendees. Please contact Loretta at l day. Thanks to all who have volunteered. email@example.com or call 2037580511. There is a new flagpole in front of the clubhouse. It is nice to see OLD GLORY floating in the Prospect breezes. New sections on our website: · The short fortuneteller who escaped from · Eight local merchants now have prison was a small medium at large. discount coupons available on our · The soldier who survived mustard gas and website! Copies will be made available pepper spray is now a seasoned veteran. in the clubhouse. · A backward poet writes inverse. · Sue D’Agostino’s “Going Green” tips · In a democracy, it's your vote that counts. · A directory of recommended (and free) In feudalism, it's your count that votes. local services · When cannibals ate a missionary, they got a · A quarterly puzzle from Sue Bradley taste of religion. · A directory of names and contact data for many of the residents “Meet thy Neighbors”, by Irene Zemaitaitis: Humor… DOMENIC AND MARILYN SANTUCCI at · The roundest knight at King Arthur's 30 Tulip Tree Circle—they moved in on July 23, Round Table was Sir Cumference. He 2008. Both are from Waterbury and chose acquired his size from too much pi. teaching as their life’s work. Marilyn worked in · I thought I saw an eye doctor on an Alaskan elementary school and Domenic as a math island, but it turned out to be an optical teacher in high school. Both taught for 30 years. Aleutian. Marilyn enjoys shopping, gardening, handicrafts · She was only a whiskey maker, but he and listening to music. Domenic enjoys the loved her still. latter as well, but he also plays the guitar. They · A rubber band pistol was confiscated in an both like to take daytrips and have enjoyed algebra class, because it was a weapon of several cruises. Domenic likes the privacy and math disruption. peacefulness at Regency Prospect and Marilyn · The butcher backed into the meat grinder says: live each day as if it’s your last. What else and got a little behind in his work. would they want to see in this community: · No matter how much you push the minor repairs on the house should be done by envelope, it'll still be stationery. original installers; the completion of the · A dog gave birth to puppies near the road swimming pool and that the houses where and was cited for littering. nearby construction has been completed—are · A grenade thrown into a kitchen in France power washed, as promised. would result in Linoleum Blownapart. · Two silk worms had a race. They ended up CAROL A. BREDICE at 44 Tulip Tree in a tie. Circle—moved in on April 10, 2008 A long · Time flies like an arrow. Fruit flies like a time resident in Prospect, she owned a furniture banana. store in Waterbury with her husband. They raised two daughters and now she has the joy of · A hole has been found in the nudist camp two granddaughters. She likes to stay close to wall. The police are looking into it. home, to play tennis and do mentoring. Her · Atheism is a nonprophet organization. philosophy is “live for today—be good to all” · Two hats were hanging on a hat rack in the What she likes most about living at Regency at hallway. One hat said to the other, "You stay Prospect is the chance to make new friends. She here, I'll go on a head..” would like to see the units power washed and · I wondered why the baseball kept getting garden plots be made available to residents. bigger. Then it hit me. · A sign on the lawn at a drug rehab center said, "Keep off the Grass." · A small boy swallowed some coins and was taken to a hospital. When his grandmother telephoned to ask how he was, a nurse said, "No change yet." · A chicken crossing the road is poultry in motion. MIKE AND DARLENE MASKULAK —at and playing Bingo—to win. They both follow 142 Sycamore Drive—moved in on September the Golden Rule: do onto others as you would 2008 Both hail from Pennsylvania, but since like others to do onto you. They like living at Mike spent many years in the Navy Medical Regency because it’s near family, doctors and Service Corps, they made their home in many shopping. They would like to see the bulletin different places: Hawaii, S. California, Newport, board in our Clubhouse to be used to post R.I. and for the last 29 years in Gales Ferry, CT. activities, such as notices about gettogethers and Darlene was busy in Sales and being a caregiver trips since there are residents that don’t have a and personal cook. Mike's hobbies are birding computer to check the Regency website. and reading mystery stories. They have one daughter Diana and one granddaughter (4y) ALICE E. REGAN —78 White Oak Drive— named Amanda. Darlene’s philosophy is ‘all moved in July 2008. Alice was born in Rhode things in moderation’. Darlene likes her kitchen, Island, but lived in Waterbury for over 40 years. the clubhouse and gym, while Mike likes the no She was a homemaker and was married 52 years. maintenance at Regency. They would like to see Her husband passed away in the spring, a few more freedom with the outside décor. months before her move to Regency. She has two daughters , one son and five grandchildren. PATRICIA KENNEDY MOORE —at 140 Three graduated from college this year. Alice’s Sycamore Drive—moved in August 30,2008. favorite pastime is reading, cooking, and Boston is Patricia’s hometown. After graduating spending time with family and friends. Travel is from Boston College, she married and moved to also on her list and she enjoys winters in Florida. Waterbury. She is now a widow and her daughter Her philosophy of life is: “The glass is half full and son both attended college in Boston and or half empty—it’s all in how you look at it.” established residence there after graduation. She likes her new life at Regency because the Patricia’s life’s work was in education. An outside is maintenancefree; also because of the English major, she was a teacher in elementary friendly neighbors. Alice would like to see and later in high school. Later in her career, she informal gettogethers at different times of year was a principal in middle school and an assistant at Regency. principal at Kennedy High School in Waterbury. Her hobbies are reading, walking, traveling and TOM AND DOROTHY WARTKO —55 the theater. Her most favorite travel experiences White Oak Drive—moved in April 24, 2008. were trips to Monaco and Ireland. Her motto is: Tom was born in Pa. and Dorothy in Bridgeport, ‘It is what it is’—in other words ‘accept CT. They have lived in Shelton for 52 years. whatever comes along’. The reason she likes Tom worked for Bachman Chips and Dorothy living at Regency is that even though it is new, was a Customer Service Rep for St. Vincent’s there is a sense of community. She would like to Medical Center in Bridgeport. They have two see some additional things at Regency: mini sons and two grandchildren. In their leisure, classes (cooking, yoga), trips to shows etc., Dorothy likes to read mystery novels and Tom space in the clubhouse for notices of events etc. enjoys working in his workshop. They have also for members only. Take care of repairs and enjoyed traveling to England, Switzerland and problems promptly. Also REI could be more Hawaii, as well as sightseeing in Paris, and responsive to owners regarding solar light and exploring the National Parks. Dorothy views planters in the driveway on the side of garage. people with an open mind. They like living at Regency because they have a secure feeling, and AUGUST AND ANGELA DEIMANTAS — Dorothy is happy to have the laundry room on 74 White Oak Drivemoved in June 26, 2008. the main floor. They would like to see the houses Both were born in Waterbury and for the last 15 power washed, the windows cleaned—as years made their home in Southington. They promised—twice a year, and the walking trails have been married for 56 years. Gus, as through the woods established. everyone calls him, was with the Waterbury Fire Department for 38 years; the latter part as Battalion Chief. Angela was Office Manager for 11 years at Carmody & Torrance. They raised one son and now have two grown granddaughters. Gus likes reading and is an avid golf enthusiast; Angela enjoys reading as well ALVIN AND MICHELLE ZIGBAUM —57 White Oak Drive—moved in April 2008. Al was born in the Bronx and Michelle in Albany, N.Y. They resided in Ardsley, N.Y.—Westchester. Al worked in textile sales and commuted into NYC for 47 years. Michelle was a homemaker. They raised one daughter and have two granddaughters, five and eight years old. Michelle enjoys reading, gardening, walking, aerobics and shopping. They have taken cruises to the Caribbean and trips to Fla. They like living at Regency due to proximity to family, friendly neighbors, relaxed atmosphere and the ease of working with Toll Brother’s staff. They would like to see organized trips and some of the facilities completed, such as bocce and tennis courts, as well as the pool. Contact us: If you want to volunteer in any area or you have any suggestions for the community, please e mail John Altson at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him evenings at 2035276839.