Here is a list of some of the activities that are ongoing in our Community.  Please check the
    Pride magazine and the Bulletin Boards for dates and information about these groups.

Bowling, Ceramics, Line Dancing, Pickle Ball, Rip-It-Out Club (knitting & crocheting), Shuffleboard (indoor &
outdoor), Various Card Games, Yoga, Zumba for Seniors, Watercolor Classes and many more.                  
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The Lionettes held their installation luncheon on 6/20/18 at the Ramada Inn.  New officers for the 2018/2019 year
were sworn in by Laura Jacquin.  Standing, left to right; Cheryl Parker, President; Maria Savino, VP; Judy Murray,
Treasurer and Joan Sudnik, Secretary
Rose Saputo is the new
Programs & Events Chairperson
MEN'S CLUB - Beaverson Blvd Cleanup

On June 18th, despite the heat, a group of dedicated men from the Men's club again
cleaned up our section of Beaverson Boulevard.  Below are pictures of some of the men
who helped out.  The members who participated in the cleanup were: Jim Mort, Chairman,
Bob Mathiasen, Brian Halm, Joe Bivona, Jim Cody, Ken Winne, Mario DiCrocco, Phil
DeCarlo and Paul Knepper.  The next tentative clean up dates are scheduled for
September 12 and December 12.
WGA Meeting 6 6 18

LPGA(Ladies Professional Golf Association) Outing 6 8 18
Our wonderful LHS Chorus
presented a variety of Disney songs
for the enjoyment of everyone in
attendance on Friday, June 8th.  
Delicious refreshments were then
served.  Thanks Bonny for another
job well done.  Check out those
Mickey Mouse ears!
The Singles held their Spring Luncheon on June 3rd at Villa
Vittoria.  A delicious meal was enjoyed by all who attended.  
See the delicious menu below, the 2018 Officers, and Rose
Szpara, who received a beautiful bunch of yellow roses for all
of her hard work.
    Just a few of the items made by members of the
    Rip It Out Club and sent to Birthright.   

    Many afghans were also delivered to the Veterans
    Hospital.  Hats and scarfs were also sent to
    Visitation Relief center.  

Anyone who has been to the Brick Vocational School
on a Wednesday, Thursday or Friday will no doubt run
into some of your neighbors from LHS.  If you haven't
been there, you are missing out on a wonderful
experience.  The food is excellent, prepared and
served by the students in the Culinary Arts program.  
The picture below was taken 5/24/18.  Check out that
dessert!  Pictured seated left to right.......Chris
Schmidt, Barbara Sosinski, Ronnie Bulwin.  Starding
left to right are Carol Brower, Mary Chervenyak and
Donna Iversen.
The Lions Den was packed to capacity on
Friday, May 11th for the Jersey Four tribute to
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.  A great
time was had by all, thanks to the Social Club.
Here are some of the girls
at the golf outing recently;  
Joyce Speziale, Carol
Contini, Sue Wiss and
Bea Scanlon.  Looks like
a beautiful day for hitting
some balls around.

FINAL BOWLING RESULTS FOR SEASON 2017-2018


















The first place winners for this season were the S-TTT team which consists of
Tino Yodice, Sue Wiss, Tom Curtis and Joe Bivona.  


Second place went to the team called Ocean Eleven, which consists of three bowlers.  
They are Dennis Grasso, Christine Schmidt and Russ Consella.


Some of the good scores on the last week of bowling were as follows:

The very last bowler to finish was Peter Brennan, who bowled his highest game of the season with a 268.

Tom Curtis also bowled his best with a 211, Tino Yodice with a 225, Dennis Grasso 239, Peter Manco
bowled a 204, Carl Thul 234,  Jerry Cirranello 212,  and Jack Petronick 187.


Our bowling dinner will be held on May 18th in the clubhouse

and starts at 5:30. Tickets are available, see Janet Bazaz.



Our bowling meeting for next season will be held on Aug. 24 in the Lions Den
The WGA (Women's Golf Association) hosted their kick off luncheon on
Wednesday, April 25th at the clubhouse.

Linda and Carol Karaffa were co-chairpeople and they presented and served a
delicious lunch to everyone who attended.  Golfers and guests were invited.  
Laura entertained everyone after
lunch with a "Golf Bingo" game.
April 23rd pictures on
the bulletin boards
showing the great
works of Ken and his
watercolor students
Singles Meeting

The Singles held their April meeting on Sunday, April 8th.  After a delicious lunch, we
were entertained by Bobby Emmons singing and playing guitar to songs from the
40's thru the 80's.  He has been doing this for 40 years and everyone got a chance to
sing along or dance in the aisles if they wanted to.  Wonderful entertainment!