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Volume 20, No. 1
FROM THE EDITOR
January 2015
FROM THE BOARD
Greetings from
2014 has flown by and another year has started.
the start of my 365- Your Board of Trustees has worked to complete many
day journey in New projects over the last year. The list of “to do’s” has
Year Land. I’ve been grown as our community has aged.
to others in the fran• We started the year with the paving of the golf
chise, but this one just
cart path.
st
opened on January 1 ,
• As the weather turned warm, we replaced the
2015, and I’m looking
air conditioning unit in the Clubhouse.
forward to exploring all it has to offer.
• The AC unit and dehumidifiers at the Indoor
I’ve been told that this land is filled with a multiPool were also replaced. At the same time, the
tude of different and exciting things to do and places
pool was painted and the Omega roof fixed.
to see. I’m thinking that maybe I’ll try my hand at
• The Pond 9 project was started in July, with
learning some new skills--perhaps mastering a foreign
Suburban Consulting as our landscape arlanguage (there are lots of languages spoken here). Of
chitect. It is now completed and looks like a
course, sharing this journey with old (no pun intended)
beautiful, serene park.
and new friends will make it even more enjoyable. In
• The chairs and rugs in the Clubhouse were
my “down time,” I expect that I’ll be doing some facleaned.
miliar activities--reading, watching TV, and relaxing…
• New HVAC units were placed in the Pro Shop
although if this place is anything like the others I’ve
and the Ladies Card Room.
visited, there will be some frenetic days just crammed
• The usual sidewalk and fencing repairs were
with too many activities!
done, as needed.
I hope that I don’t encounter any “hiccups” along
• Our Finance Committee made sure we could
the way, but this place is so new, I guess it’s unrealistic
pay all of our bills.
to expect that it will be smooth sailing every day. Oh,
• Work Orders on landscape issues were comwell…I can hope, can’t I? I’ve had glitches crop up
pleted before the weather turned cold.
in previous years, but have managed to handle them.
• Throughout this time, our ACC members
Learning from these past experiences will be really
continued to ensure that the visual harmony
helpful this time around.
throughout the community was maintained.
I’d love it if you’d all join me here. It promises to
• Our House & Recreation, and Library Commitbe exciting!
tees also continued to do their jobs.
Karel Schnitzer,
All this would not have been possible without the
Editor assistance of our very valued volunteers. Each [email protected] vidual on each committee is to be congratulated for a
From the Board continued on page 5
Happy New Year 2015
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
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Four Seasons Times Staff
STEERING COMMITTEE
Karel Schnitzer.................................................Editor-in-Chief
Davida Schachter ........................................Consulting Editor
Ceil Sherman...................................................Assistant Editor
Rosalie Caputo.......................................................... Treasurer
Jeri Hadley.................................................... Chairman/Reporters
Lois Geschwind.................................. Chairman/Proofreaders
Mel Franzblau.................................. Chairman/Photographers
Ann Vernola/Vinnie Grandville.................. Co-Chairs/Typists
Marcia Cohen............................... Chairman/Telephone Squad
Dagmar Santangelo......................................... Office Manager
Judi Comer...............................................Recording Secretary
Madeline Raheb...................................... Ass’t/Special Events
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Proofers—Lenore Breslau, Sheldon Fialkoff, Lois Geschwind,
Lois Piermattei, Susan Rutsky, Irv Sachs, Ruth Spector,
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Office Manager—Dagmar Santangelo
REPORTERS
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PHOTOGRAPHERS
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TELEPHONE SQUAD
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Helen Donlin, Helen Falk, Marilyn Forman, Joan Fischer,
Marion McDermott, Patricia Spillane
FEATURE WRITERS
Joyce Becker, Annette Chomsky, Ernie DiMeglio, Rae Frank,
Bob Hertzendorf, Erma Hoover, Beverly Keyes, Susanne
Mars, Roz Obolsky, Charlie Philip, Teri Peters,
Lois Piermattei, Dorothy Rohland, Davida Schachter, Harold
Schachter, Bob Schneider, Lois Schwartz
POLICY
The Four Seasons Times is published eight times a year
and distributed free, under the sponsorship of the Board of
Trustees of the Four Seasons Community Association, to
every household. Publication schedule for 2015 is: January,
February, April, May, July, August, October, November.
All residents are invited to submit articles of interest along
with relevant photographs. Material must include the writer’s
name and telephone number. The deadline for submission of
articles is the first week of the month preceding the upcoming
issue.
This publication is produced primarily for the purpose
of informing, educating, and entertaining the members of
our community. Therefore, we will only accept articles that
are not offensive, divisive, or political in nature. All material is subject to approval by the Steering Committee, which
reserves the right to edit or reject it.
2015 FOUR SEASONS COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Community Association members
Diana Braisted................................................. Trustee
Chet Galdo....................................................... Trustee
Erma Hoover.................................................... Trustee
Gary Krause..................................................... Trustee
Colleen Moore................................................. Trustee
John Nardone................................................... Trustee
Joanne Rodgers................................................ Trustee
2015 CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
Jack Chambers.............................................. President
Mara Suvety..........................................Vice President
Juan Rivera...................................................Secretary
Sy Siegal.......................................................... Trustee
Joe Coco.......................................................... Trustee
COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS 2015
Architectural Control........................... Bob Schneider
Buildings & Grounds.................................... To Come
CAL ..................................................Chomie Persson
Emergency management............................ Marge Detjen
Finance.......................................................... To Come
Golf............................................................... To Come
House & Recreation......................... Louise Cremonni
Judiciary...................................................Pat Wachtler
Landscape.....................................Ramona Lucadamo
Library.........................................Dorothy Shechtman
Pool............................................................... To Come
Social.....................................................Maxine Paley
Website................................................. Barry Sinclair
Four Seasons Times............................Karel Schnitzer
Deadline for FEBRUARY issue:
January 5
([email protected])
For Advertising Information
Please Contact Senior Publications
at 1-888-637-3200.
Deadline is the 8th of each month.
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2015 Four Seasons Times Schedule
ARTICLES DUE
ISSUE
February
January 5
** NO MARCH ISSUE **
April
March 2
May
April 2
** NO JUNE ISSUE **
July
June 1
August
July 6
** NO SEPTEMBER ISSUE **
October
September 1
November
October 5
** NO DECEMBER ISSUE **
January 2016
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November 25
FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
From the Board continued from page 1
job well done.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank
Flora “Cookie” Pisano for the unlimited time and energy that she gave the Board over her three-year term.
A well deserved rest is due her.
Congratulations to our newly elected 2015 Board
members--Gary Krause and Colleen Moore.
The Board of Trustees sincerely hopes that your
holidays were filled with family and friends and that
your new year will be filled with good health.
Erma Hoover,
Trustee
Let our New Year’s resolution be this: we will
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
FROM THE CONDO BOARD
“Oh, the weather outside is frightful.” It’s cold and
sometimes spiteful.
If you’ve no place to go, stay home in the wet or
the snow.
The ice is always reforming, and you slip without
much warning. So if you’re smart, don’t go and slip
in the icy flow.
Now there’s time you can’t avoid it--the mailbox,
food, or pills.
So be careful to employ it--all your wily safety
skills.
Check for ice that may lie before you, and walk
the grass wherever you can.
Spread the ice melt you got from M&M. Patience
is your plan.
Remember if you fall down, a hospital next you’ll
see,
And you get no relief from insurance…“Tort Immunity.”*
So take precious care of yourself, keep a neighbor
close at hand.
Relax, enjoy the winter; that’s nature’s simple plan.
ICE MELT IS AVAILABLE AT THE MANAGEMENT OFFICE. REPORT ALL DANGEROUS SITUATIONS TO TAYLOR MANAGEMENT.
*Tort Immunity generally means that residents give
up the right to sue Four Seasons for simple negligence.
This was done to minimize insurance claims. Gross
negligence is present when Four Seasons is formally
advised of a dangerous condition and fails to respond.
The lesson: be careful, report dangers, don’t sue,
and have a warm safe winter.
Jack Chambers, President
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
Committees
BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS COMMITTEE
As we begin this new
year of projects, repair and
replacement of infrastructure, and addressing your
concerns, we are working
towards our goal of doing the best that we can to make
Four Seasons a safe, pleasant, and well-maintained
community for all our residents. It takes a lot of time
and work, but with the help of our on-site Engineer,
Victor Fronzo, Taylor Management, and the Board of
Trustees, we hope that our volunteer group will meet
that goal. The names of our new members, returning
members, Management liaison, Board of Trustees
liaison, and our Chairman for 2015 will be published
in the next issue of this magazine.
The “punch list” of items which put the finishing
touches on the Pond 9 (Hole 9) golf course area has
been completed. The only remaining item is to make
the slope of the bridge safer for all residents. Our Engineers and consultants are working on possible solutions
that will reduce the incline. Those of you who have
visited the site have seen a new railing system where
the new path connects with the old one next to the
shuffleboard courts, the aeration system which keeps
the water clean, the sprinkler system that will keep all
the new plants, shrubs, and grass in good condition,
benches in and around the “park” setting, as well as
aesthetically-placed lighting on the waterfall and the
entire Pond 9 area. It is truly a transformed area of our
community for all to enjoy.
Three proposals were received for the road evaluation project for this new year, and several discussions
are on the agenda for this matter. Some time in the
spring we will be getting ready to upgrade major portions of our walking (Vita) paths. The walking path is
a complex project requiring a great deal of planning
and discussion. This project may have to be done in
yearly phases because we have about four miles of
paths to fix or replace. Engineering designs and recommendations to address drainage problems brought to
our attention will also be implemented in the spring.
When our golfers get back to the course, they will see
that the golf cart bridge and parking guardrail has new
wood and has been wood-stained by the Maintenance
Department.
The Shuffleboard area may need new concrete
work in order to upgrade the area. That will probably
be taken care of when sidewalks and driveway aprons
are repaired.
If you notice street or roadway lamps out, please report the location to the Management Office so JCP&L
can be notified. Each pole has an identifying number
on it. Thank you for your help in this matter.
Let’s hope we can stay within our budget for snow
plowing this year!
Lou LaMastro
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
CABLE/AUDIO/LIGHTING: News, Views, and Previews
With the start of another new year,
the members of the CAL Committee
offer these possible resolutions for you
to consider:
• In 2015 I will check the Scroll on
Four Seasons’ Channel 77 on a regular
basis
• I will be sure to watch Charlie Philip’s
Movie of the Month
• If I cannot attend a Community Board meeting in person, I will watch it live, or when it’s
rebroadcast, on my home TV.
• I will make it a point to watch the original programs (local interviews and Bob Schneider’s
Helpful Household Hints) that change monthly
and air at 10:00 am, 2:00 and 7:00 pm
• I will attend at least one of the Friday Night
Movies in our Theater
• When I attend an event in the Ballroom or
Activity Center, I will make note of the CAL
members who have volunteered to assist with
the audio-visual needs
• If I don’t know when shows are aired I will
check the weekly calendar, scroll, or the bulletin board in the Communications Room
The CAL Committee members wish you a happy,
healthy year and a pleasant Four Seasons life enhanced
by their Cable, Audio, and Lighting contributions.
HAPPY VIEWING!
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Dorothy Rohland
LANDSCAPE COMMITTEE
In 2015 we will establish a database in the Management Office of survey maps for all private lots in
Four Seasons. Any future Work Orders submitted by
owners of private lots must be accompanied by a survey
map. The office will copy your survey for their files.
Many Work Orders are delayed because we need
to accurately establish the private/common line. We
encourage you to bring your survey map to the Management Office now so that we will be ready to respond
quickly next spring. Thank you.
Ramona Lucadamo,
Chairperson
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
Activities/Clubs
BOCCE
January brings us ice and snow.
February feels like five below.
March is wet and wild.
April gives us a smile.
May to August are the best of all,
That’s when we play... BOCCE BALL!
September to December all end in “ber” (brrrrr)
Enough already with clothes of fur!
Fur hats, fur gloves, fur coats, fur boots, fur
slippers....I wish I could put them all away until next
fall or go south and get away from it all!
I know bocce is probably the furthest thing from
our mind right now. If you’re on the “wait list,” be
assured that I haven’t forgotten you. I will be calling
you--eventually. As of now, three nights of play have
nine teams. We need an even number on each night so
no team gets a “bye-bye.” That’s where the “wait list”
comes in handy. I will be assembling new teams from
that list so that there will be an even number of teams
playing every night. There is never a limit to the wait
list. Call me if you want to play.
Do you want to play on our travel team? It is open
to the whole community, especially the MEN. We are
always looking for good men! We play every Wednesday morning (9:00 A.M. to 12:00 noon), starting the
first week in May and ending the end of August. Half
of our games are played at home and the other half are
played away (Original Leisure Village, Leisure Knoll,
Leisure Village West, Lake Ridge, Renaissance, West
Lake, Greenbriar, South Knolls, Metedeconk, Crestwood, and Holiday City). Believe it or not, we do play
for a trophy (which we won in 2005)!
Here’s to a healthy, wealthy and wonderful 2015!
DEBORAH HOSPITAL
1980’s: In 1980, Dr. Vladir Maranhao performed
Deborah’s first (balloon) angioplasty. This put Deborah in the category of pioneer in Clinical Cardiology.
The Deborah Research Institute was formally
established in 1981 in the Robert Wood Johnson Jr.
Laboratories on the Deborah Campus. The scientists
conduct basic, applied, and clinical research to learn
the causes and develop treatments of cardiovascular
and pulmonary diseases.
In 1984, Deborah became the first hospital on the
East Coast and the second in the nation to install a CT
scanner, which allows physicians to view and evaluate
the heart in motion.
Our meeting on November 21st was a pure delight,
thanks to Gloria Padget, dance instructor. We were entertained by the Glorigirls, a group of (youthful) senior
citizens from Whiting, NJ. We applaud them on their
precision dancing and outstanding costumes. In addition, there were several specialty groups performing
dances including country-western and jitterbug (poodle
skirt and all). There also was singing and a comedian
for laughs. Thank you, Chomie Persson for arranging
this great meeting. It is a New Year, so let us all do
what we do best--have a banner year in fund-raising
for Deborah Hospital.
Please pay your dues for 2015.
We will not have a February meeting. See you in
March.
We wish everyone in Four Seasons Community a
year of good health, happiness, and good fortune.
Hilda Sutton
Carol MacDonald, Bocce Chairperson
Now there are more overweight people in
America than average-weight people. So overweight people are now average... which means,
you have met your New Year’s resolution.
~ Jay Leno
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
CHORUS AND THEATER CLUBS
ROCK & ROLL CLUB
When you read this article, 2014 will be relegated
to memory and we will be looking forward (hopefully)
to enjoying all the better things that this New Year can
bring.
The January issue is traditionally pictorial and
affords us the opportunity to recall all the varied and
fun-filled events that we participated in and enjoyed in
the past year. As we have said so often before, we hope
that pictures of our performances will bring smiles of
remembrance to all. We thank you for your attendance,
support, and kind remarks for our efforts--they are
deeply appreciated. We look forward to entertaining
all of you again in this New Year.
I was having a hard time coming up with a theme
for the, as usual, incredible Rock & Roll concert of this
past November 21st. Leave it to my husband, Joel, to
come up with a thought that is both true and descriptive of the night’s events...
OK, so who knew that there is an actual condition
in Australia called “Mango Madness”?? I can envision
everyone running for a dictionary right now. I’ll save
you some steps…the definition is, “The irrational behavior of a person suffering from the effects of living
in tropical heat.”
That best describes the collective reaction to the
music of The Mangoes! To watch so many of our
friends dancing with the fervor of a group at a Sweet
Sixteen party was both fun and nostalgic. My favorite
time was when all the people on the floor formed a
circle and began “line dancing” to some countrythemed songs that the band played. Everyone was
smiling and laughing and “inventing” new moves to
go with the music. I can’t help thinking about the aches
that must have greeted many of the carousers the following morning, although, like childbirth, those aches
must have brought smiles to the faces of the attendees.
BRAVO! Another sparkling night that warmed a
chilly room and once again left us all with a nostalgic
trip down Memory Lane at Four Seasons!
Roz Obolsky
JEWISH CULTURAL CLUB
We at the Jewish Cultural Club wish all of our
Four Seasons friends a very Healthy and Happy New
Year. We hope everyone had a joyous holiday season.
In 2014 we had a wide range of fun and entertaining programs, thanks to the hard work of so many of
our members. Whether in front of the audience or
behind the scenes, they all did a great job and a mere
“thank you” is not enough to express how much they
are appreciated.
In November we were entertained by our talented
Four Seasons Players who kept us “in stitches,” laughing and enjoying ourselves.
December found us enjoying our wonderful Chanukah Party, which is always a wonderful afternoon.
We meet the fourth Thursday of each month at 1
PM; all are welcome to join us. Dues are $15.00 for
the year, with an admission fee of $3.00. We’re looking forward to meeting new members and seeing our
“seasoned” ones.
Rae Frank
Sue Zucker
Good resolutions are simply checks that men
draw on a bank where they have no account.
~ Oscar Wilde
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Area Activities Compiled by Lois Piermattei
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COMING EVENTS FOR JANUARY
Tuckerton Seaport & Baymen’s Museum, 120
W Main St (Rt 9), Tuckerton, open all year, 10am5pm, rain or shine, open air maritime museum along
Tuckerton Creek, exhibits, demos & classes, special
events, see Note 13
Robert J Novins Planetarium, OCC*, Toms
River, Winter Schedule available, see Note 11
Jenkinson’s Aquarium, open 10am to 5pm,
feeding schedules for seals-10am,1pm & 4pm daily;
penguins-11am & 3:30pm daily, feeding for other sea
creatures vary, see Note 7
Ocean County (OC) Historical Society Museum,
Victorian Tours, 26 Hadley Ave, Toms River, beautiful Victorian home, Research Center open Mon to Fri
9:30am-4pm, call 732-341-1880 or www.oceancountyhistory.org for information
Prospertown Schoolhouse Museum, Municipal
Complex, 95 W Veteran’s Hwy (Rte 528), Jackson,
open Mon to Fri, 8am to dusk by appt only call 732928-1200 X200
Barnegat Light & Museum
Museum, 5th & Central Aves, open 8am-10pm
daily, Lighthouse open 10am-4:30pm daily, Gardens
open all year, call 609-494-8578 for info
Laurita Winery, 35 Archertown Rd, New Egypt,
Free Vineyard Tour (weather permitting), call 609-7588000 or www.lauritawinery.com
Ocean County (OC) Artists Guild, Ocean &
Chestnut Aves, Island Heights, Gallery hours Tues-Sun
1-4pm, call 732-270-3111 or www.ocartistsguild.org
Every Wednesday & Sunday in January Lakehurst Historical Society & Museum, 300 Center St,
Lakehurst, open 12-3pm, special tours accommodated
with prior notice, call 732-657-8864
Every Wednesday to Saturday in January
Live Comedy Shows for adults & children, Uncle
Vinnie’s Comedy Club, 520 Arnold Ave, Point Pleasant
Beach, all year, call 732-899-3900 or www.unclevinniescomedyclub.com for info
Every Wednesday to Sunday in January
Vintage Automobile Museum of NJ, 1800 Bay
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Every Sat in January
Albert Music Hall, 131 Wells Mills Rd, Rt 532,
Waretown, doors open 6:30, music at 7:30, call 609PAGE 16
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Jan 1-9
Art Exhibit: Chapeaux: A Century of Hats, Textile
Rm, OC Historical Society Museum, 26 Hadley Ave,
Toms River, 10am-3:30pm Mon to Fri, call 732-3411880 or www.oceancountyhistory.org
Jan 3
Sing-Along Wizard of Oz, movie plus, Count Basie
Theatre, Red Bank, 2pm, see Note 3
Jan 4
• El Sueño: The Dream, A Spanish Nutcracker
to celebrate Three Kings Day, Hamilton Stage,
UC PAC, Rahway, 3pm, see Note 2
• Warner Bros Presents Bugs Bunny at the
Symphony II, NJSO**, State Theatre, New
Brunswick, 3pm, see Note 4
• Viennese New Year, Orchestra of St Peter by
the Sea conducted by Fr Alphonse Stephenson,
Algonquin Arts Theatre, Manasquan, 3pm, see
Note 9
Jan 5
Violinists Gideon Kremert & Daniil Trofonov in
Concert, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, 7:30pm, see
Note 6
Jan 8 & 9
Jim Gaffigan Show, Count Basie Theatre, Red
Bank, 1/8-7pm & 1/9-7pm & 9:30pm, see Note 3
Jan 9
• Susan Werner, musician & all round performer,
Hamilton Stage, UC PAC, Rahway, 8pm, see
Note 2
• David Cassidy in Concert, State Theatre, New
Brunswick, see Note 2
Jan 10
• Wild Kratts Live, 2 shows, Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, 1pm & 5pm, see Note 3
• Winter Festival, NJSO**, Lacombe conducts
Romeo & Juliet, State Theatre, New Brunswick, see Note 2
Jan 11
Dancing With the Stars, 2 shows, Count Basie
Theatre, Red Bank, 4pm & 8pm, see Note 3
Jan 13
Playwrights on the Rise, watch playwrights view
& criticize new works, Strand Theatre, Lakewood,
5pm, see Note 5
Jan 14
The Midiri Brothers Annual Salute to Benny, MidFOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
Week Jazz Series, Grunin Center for the Arts, OCC*,
Toms River, 8pm, see Note 11
Jan 15
Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam, Count Basie Theatre,
Red Bank, see Note 3
Jan 16
• The Elvis Birthday Bash starring Mike Albert
& Scott Bruce, Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank,
see Note 3
• Comedian Lewis Black, The Rant is Due:
Part Deux, State Theatre, New Brunswick,
see Note 2
• Mark Erelli in Concert, folk music, Strand
Theatre, Lakewood, 8pm, see Note 5
• Annie Hall, Friday Film Classics, Grunin
Center for the Arts, OCC*, Toms River, 7pm,
see Note 11
Jan 16 to Feb 15
Sizwe Banzi is Dead, South African drama, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, see Note 6
Jan 17
• No Shush, NJSO** Matinee for Kids, Count
Basie Theatre, Red Bank, 3pm, see Note 3
• NJSO** with Sarah Chang playing Bernstein,
Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, see Note 3
• An Evening with Sutton Foster, Broadway Star,
Grunin Center for the Arts, OCC*, Toms River,
8pm, see Note 11
• The Merry Widow, live in HD broadcast from
the Met, Pollak Theatre, Monmouth University, West Long Branch (WLB), 1pm, encore
performance 2/8 at 1pm, see Note 12
Jan 17-25
The Glass Menagerie, Algonquin Arts Theatre,
Manasquan, see Note 9
Jan 18
• Neil Berg’s 100 Years of Broadway, Count
Basie Theatre, Red Bank, 3pm, see Note 3
• The Oceanaires, Barbershop music, Grunin
Center for the Arts, OCC*, Toms River, 2pm,
see Note 11
Jan 20 to Feb 15
The Whipping Man, powerful drama, George St
Playhouse, New Brunswick, see Note 10
Jan 20 to Mar 7
• Exhibit: After the Sun mixed media paintings
by Hon Eui Chen, Rechnitz Hall, DiMattio
Gallery, 1st Floor, Monmouth University, WLB,
see Note 12
• Exhibit: Selected Paintings from Monmouth
University’s Permanent Art Collection, Rechnitz Hall, 2nd Floor, Monmouth University,
WLB, see Note 12
Jan 21 to Apr 10
Exhibit: Heeseop Yoon uses line to make order out
of chaos, Ice House Gallery, Monmouth University,
WLB, see Note 12
Jan 24
• Milton in Concert, singer, songwriter, guitarist,
The Loft, UC PAC, Rahway, 3pm, see Note 2
• My Mother is Italian, My Father is Jewish &
I’m in Therapy, one man show by Steve Solomon, Main Stage, UC PAC, Rahway, 3pm, see
Note 2
• Laurie Berkner Band, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, 11am & 3pm, see Note 6
• The Jersey Follettes, singing girl group, Grunin
Center for the Arts, OCC*, Toms River, 8pm,
see Note 11
Jan 25
• The Buddy Holly Story Live on Stage, Count
Basie Theatre, Red Bank, 7pm, see Note 3
• Winter Festival, NJSO** music of Westside
Story with violinist Sarah Chang, State Theatre,
New Brunswick, 3pm, see Note 2
• Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg by Wagner,
encore performance, Pollak Theatre, Monmouth University, WLB, 1pm, see Note 12
Jan 26
The Buddy Holly Story, McCarter Theatre, Princeton, 7:30pm, see Note 6
Jan 28 to Feb 8
Tick, Tick…Boom! musical by the creator of Rent,
Main Stage, UC PAC, Rahway, 3pm, see Note 2
Jan 29
Swan Lake, Bolshoi Ballet Live in HD, Pollak Theatre, Monmouth University, WLB, 7pm, see Note 12
Jan 30
David Lindley & John Hammond, music legends,
Monmouth University, WLB, 8pm, see Note 12
Jan 31
• Mummenschanz, Count Basie Theatre, Red
Bank, see Note 3
• Offenbach’s Les Contes D’Hoffmann, live in
HD, Pollak Theatre, Monmouth University,
1pm, encore performance 2/22 at 1pm, see
Note 12
Feb 1-28
Exhibit: Asbury Park’s Springwood Ave Harmony,
celebrating the West Side’s unique musical legacy,
pioneering jazz from 1910-1970, photos & memorabilia, Pollak Gallery, Monmouth University, WLB,
see Note 12
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Feb 4
Black Violin, Kev Marcins & Wil B, classically
trained violinists play classics with hip hop, jazz, blues
& more, State Theatre, New Brunswick, see Note 4
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*Ocean County College (OCC)
**New Jersey Symphony Orchestra (NJSO)
NOTES
Note 1: Surflight Theatre, Engleside & Beach
Aves, Beach Haven, LBI, 609-492-9477 or www.
surflight.org (no Jan events)
Note 2: Union County Performing Arts Center
(UC PAC), 1601 Irving St, Rahway, 732-499-8226 or
www.ucpac.org
Note 3: Count Basie Theatre, 99 Monmouth St,
Red Bank, 732-842-9000 Or www.countbasietheatre.
org all performances at 8pm unless otherwise indicated,
for NJSO** performances call 1-800-255-3476
Note 4: State Theatre, 15 Livingston Ave, New
Brunswick, 732-246-7469 or www.statetheatreNJ.org
all performances at 8pm unless otherwise indicated, for
NJSO** performances call 1-800-255-3476
Note 5: Historic Strand Theatre, 400 Clifton Ave,
Lakewood, 732-367-7789 or www.strand.org for GS
Philharmonic-732-255-0460
Note 6: McCarter Theatre Center, 91 University
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Place, Princeton, 609-258-2787 or www.mccarter.org
Note 7: Jenkinson’s Aquarium, Boardwalk &
Parkway, Point Pleasant Beach, 732-899-1659 (Jenkinson’s Boardwalk #732-892-0600) or www.jenkinsons.
com
Note 8: Georgian Court University, 900 Lakewood
Ave, Lakewood, 732-987-2263 or www.georgian.edu,
M Christina Geis Art Gallery, hours-Mon-Thurs 9am8pm, Fri 9am-5pm (No January schedule)
Note 9: Algonquin Arts Theatre, 173 Main St,
Manasquan, 732-528-9211 or www.algonquinarts.org
Note 10: George Street Playhouse, 9 Livingston
Ave, New Brunswick, 732-246-7717 or www.georgestplayhouse.org
Note 11: Ocean County College, College Dr, Toms
River, Box Office--PO Box 2001, Toms River, NJ
08754 or 732-255-0500 or www.ocean.edu; Robert J
Novins Planetarium at OCC 732-255-0343 or www.
ocean.edu/planet.htm
Note 12: Monmouth University, Pollak Theatre,
Cedar Ave, West Long Branch (WLB), 732-263-6889
or 732-923-4786 (art galleries) or www.monmouth.
edu/arts
Note 13: Tuckerton Seaport & Bayman’s Museum,
120 W Main St, Rt 9, Tuckerton, 609-296-8868 or
www.tuckertonseaport.org
FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
Between You & Me by Davida Schachter
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Bob’s Corner by Bob Schneider
Fix a Running Toilet
If you have a toilet that keeps running or flushes on its own during the
day or night, before calling a plumber
you should check a few things on your
own. To begin with, check the overflow
tube to make sure that the water level
in the tank is below the top of the overflow tube by at
least half an inch. The water height can be changed by
adjusting the float, which is either a ball or floating cup.
The length of chain that lifts the flapper valve is important. The flapper valve will not open full if it is too
long, or it might not open enough if it is too short. The
flapper valve itself may be worn at the seal, allowing
water to flow past it. If this is the case, bring the flapper
valve to a local plumbing supply house for an exact
replacement. A one-size-fits-all does not necessarily
fit all! Know the model of the fixture before you go.
Smoke Detectors
It is important, when replacing batteries in your
smoke detectors or replacing the entire unit, that all
the smoke detectors are “tied in” electrically, so in case
of an emergency they all sound to alert you that there
is a problem somewhere. The procedure is simple.
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for three seconds till it beeps. Go to the next unit and
do the same, holding the test button in for about three
seconds. The first and second unit should sound an
alert. Do the same with the third and fourth units. By
the fourth (or last) unit, all the smoke detectors will
sound. They will beep for about 30 seconds and will
then be tied together electrically. (Let others in the
house know what you are doing--it does get noisy when
all the alarms are sounding!) You may want to install
a stand-alone smoke detector in your utility room and
garage ceilings. These two will not be tied to the other
four. You never know when you might need them. They
all take a nine-volt battery.
Fall Prevention
Here are some fall prevention tips that were put
out by the Ocean Medical Center.
• Remove hazards like throw rugs.
• Replace carpeting that is torn, loose, or has
turned up edges.
• Have good lighting throughout your home.
• Use a night light in hallways and bathrooms.
• If you use a cane or walker, don’t use furniture
for support.
• Keep stairs, if you have them, clear of objects.
• Place non-skid decals or mat in the tub or
shower.
• Install grab bars in shower and near toilet.
• Be mindful of wet surfaces.
• Wear shoes or slippers that fit well and stay
securely on your feet.
• If you must, use a step stool with handrails-not a chair.
Where Are My Battery and Jumper Posts?
Some car manufacturers are getting very “cute”
when placing the battery in your car. It may be buried in the trunk, behind the rear seat, or in the engine
compartment. One Chrysler Concorde I owned had the
battery hidden on a shelf behind the front right wheel
which had to be removed in order to reach it. Removal
of the fender cowl was also necessary. The positive and
negative terminals are in the engine compartment; you
should know their location in case you need a jump
start. Check your manual. (Thanks, Jean H. for the tip.)
That’s all for this month…
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Frankly Speaking by Rae Frank
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are intimidated by them--but I am!
I will not go into an elevator alone,
and when job or doctor hunting,
before I research salary and/or credentials, I inquire
about location. Fortunately my last job, managing a
synagogue, was in a one-story building.
Would you call this a phobia? Where do phobias
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have not even tried to deal with this one. After all, for
all of my adult life I have lived in private homes, so this
method of “transportation” has not been a problem. If,
indeed, I am invited to a party in an apartment building, or simply must visit the dentist in a high-rise, my
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I admit I will have to defer to those better informed
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A few friends of mine must sit against the wall
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gether with Gerry Goffin, and Like) “A Natural Woman,” and of course, “Beautiful.”
other contemporary songs by
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Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil, life. If you listen to the lyrics, you can pretty much
Phil Spector, and others. The musical premiered on track what was happening in Carole’s life when she
Broadway in 2014.
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ever had aspirations of achieving something special and how you feel hearing it today….It brings back
when the person closest to them is telling them they memories.
can’t succeed and should just be willing to settle for
I highly recommend this show.
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Carole was book smart (skipping two grades in
school), a conservative dresser, and had a sweet nature, uses previously released popular songs as its musical
along with lots of talent and determination. In spite of score. Usually the songs have in common a connection
nay-sayers, she believed in her ability to move people with a particular popular musician or group — because
they were either written by, or for, the artists in queswith her music.
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7:45 am Zumba/Weights
8:30 am Walk 3 Miles
9:00 am Water Aerobics
9:30 am Ladies Table Tennis
10:45 am Men’s Table
Tennis
11:00 am Sports Talk
12:30 pm Contract Bridge
1:00 pm Scrabble
1:00 pm Pinochle
1:00 pm Ladies Poker
1:00 pm Bridge
6:15 pm Quilters
7:00 pm Men’s Poker
8:00 am Target Toner
8:30 am Walk 3 Miles/Weights
9:00 am Water Aerobics
10:30 am Line Dancing
12:30 pm Mah Jongg
1:00 pm Serious Painters
Group
1:30 pm Understanding
Pinochle
2:00 pm Water Aerobics
6:30 pm Duplicate Bridge
7:00 pm Ladies Poker
7:00 pm Billiards
MONDAY
SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
11:00 am Diabetes Support Group
(3rd Tues.)
7:00 pm Italian American Cultural Club
(2nd Tues.)
7:00 pm Irish Americal Club (3rd Tues.)
TUESDAY
EVENTS, PARTIES, MEETING TRIPS, ETC.
4:00 pm Singles Club (2nd Sunday)
(This month only)
SUNDAY
8:15 am Zumba
9:00 am Water Aerobics
10:30 am News Talk
1:00 pm Dominoes
2:00 pm Water Aerobics
2:00 pm Bowling
7:00 pm Ladies Poker
WEDNESDAY
8:00 am Target Toner
8:30 am Walk 4 Miles
8:30 am Shopping Bus - Brick
Plaza
9:30 am Ladies Table Tennis
10:30 am Men’s Table Tennis
11:30 am Shopping Bus Shoprite Plaza
12:30 pm Duplicate Bridge
7:00 pm Men’s Poker
7:00 pm Billiards
7:00 pm Pinochle
7:00 pm Ladies Poker
7:30 pm Darts
THURSDAY
7:45 am Zumba/Weights
8:30 am Walk 3 Miles
9:00 am Water Aerobics
10:00 am Bridge Lessons
& Play
12:30 pm Mah Jongg
1:30 Canasta
2:00 pm Water Aerobics
7:00 pm Men’s Poker
5:00 & 8:00 pm Movie
FRIDAY
WEDNESDAY
WEDNESDAY
NO TRASH PICKUP
Indoor Pool Closed
Management Office Closed
Activity Office Closed
11:00 am New Year’s Day
Brunch - Ballroom
1
THURSDAY
8:00-10:00 am Phlebotomist (1st &
3rd) Thurs. in Activity Center
9:00 am Men’s Club (2nd Thurs.)
11:00 am Arts & Crafts (2nd & 4th
Thurs.)
1:00 pm Jewish Cultural Club (3rd
Thurs.)
7:00 pm Theater Club Meeting (2nd
Thurs.)
THURSDAY
NO Women’s Club Mtg
3:00 pm Book Discussion
Group - Library
2
FRIDAY
9:00 am Womens Club Mtg (1st)
10:00 am Deborah Mtg. (3rd Fri)
9:00 am Glucose Screening (2nd Fri)
10:30 Meditation (last Fri)
3:00 pm Book Discussion Group
(last Fri) Note Date Change,
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7 pm Rock n Roll Club (3rd Fri)
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1:30 pm Canasta
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8:30 am Shopping Bus
Freehold Mall
10:30 am Line Dancing
6:30 pm Bridge
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9:00 am Zumba
9:30 am C.A.L. Comm. Mtg
9:30 am A.C.C. Mtg
11:00 am Yoga
8:30 am Shopping Bus
Ocean County Mall
10:30 am Line Dancing
1:00 pm Bus Trip Bally’s
Departs
1:00 pm Serious Painters
Group Mtg
6:00-7:00 pm Ticket Sale for
Movie with a Menu
6:30 pm Bridge
25
21
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27
NO Diabetes Group Mtg
7:00 pm Irish Club Mtg
9:30 am Landscape Comm.
Mtg
7:00 pm Italian Club Mtg
8:30 am Shopping Bus
Monmouth Mall
10:30 am Line Dancing
6:30 pm Bridge
RECYCLING
TRASH COLLECTION
9:00 am Glucose Screening Activity Center
9
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9:00 am Men’s Club Mtg
10:00 am Pool Comm.Mtg
1:00 pm Arts & Craft Club
Mtg
3:00 pm Open Board Mtg
7:00 pm Theater Club Mtg
8
9:00 am Zumba
11:00 am Yoga
28 RECYCLING
RECYCLING
9:15 am Bus Trip to
Tropicana Departs
3:00 pm Book Discussion
Mtg
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1:00 pm Arts & Craft Group
Mtg
22 TRASH COLLECTION 23
9:00 am Zumba
8:00 am Blood Lab - Activity NO Deborah Mtg
7:00 pm Rock & Roll Club
9:30 am Social Comm. Mtg
Center
Dance
10:00 am Emergency Mgmt. 1:00 pm Jewish Culture Club
Mtg
NO Yoga
14
9:00 am Zumba
11:00 am Yoga
7
6:00 pm Singles Club
Mtg
9:15 am Bus Trip To Golden
Nugget Departs
9:30 am Holiday Decorations
Taken Down
6:30-7:30 pm Ticket Sale Rock & Roll Club
6
12 TRASH COLLECTION 13
8:30 am Shopping Bus
Freehold Mall
9:30 am House and Recreation Committee Mtg
9:30 am Buildings and
Grounds Committee Mtg
10:30 am Line Dancing
6:00-7:00 pm Ticket Sale for
Super Bowl Party
6:30 pm Bridge
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“A League of Their Own”
On November 8th, the Social Committee presented
the movie “A League of Their Own,” with an appropriate menu of hot dogs, hot pretzels, Cracker Jacks,
nacho chips, and soda and bottled water. Although we
were stuffed from the typical ball park food, we had
no trouble making room for ice cream!
The 50 people in attendance enjoyed seeing the
fact-based story about the members of the first allfemale Baseball League, started during the war years of
the 1940’s. In the 1970’s, the League and the women
on its teams were finally inducted into the Baseball
Hall of Fame.
This movie was produced and directed by Penny
Marshall and starred Tom Hanks, Geena Davis, Madonna, and Rosie O’Donnell. It was very well done and
the acting was superb. It brought to the fore a part of
history that is almost forgotten.
Many thanks to Anita Sachs for chairing this event,
along with her helpers: Judy Schenker, Marge Coco,
and Karel Schitzer. They all did a terrific job in bringing this entertaining evening to our residents.
Priscilla Greenwald
What the New Year brings to you will depend a
great deal on what you bring to the New Year.
~ Vern McLellan
MEN’S CLUB SHOWTIME III
In the Ballroom, on November 15th, we saw a show
that was outstanding, entertaining, and funny! The
comedian, Kris Monty, kept the audience roaring with
laughter. He has travelled all over the country, and he
feels that the best parts of America are New York and
New Jersey. He did not tell jokes, but anecdotes that we
could identify with. He spoke of family, Thanksgiving
dinner, mothers, aging…he covered it all.
Headliner Vincent Talarico sang in three languages.
We really enjoyed his song choices. He moved us with
his sincerity, passion, powerful voice, and commanding stage presence. It does not matter if you have seen
him before, you should have seen him that night! In
addition, he is an accomplished drummer. He studied
drums with jazz great Joe Morello of the Dave Brubeck
Quartet. Shades of Gene Krupa! Vinnie performed a
very impressive drum solo worthy of a big Bravo! He
then called for two men to come on to the stage and
perform dance moves with him. Al Rutsky and Bob
Tibus volunteered and they did a fine job as a dancing
trio. Vinnie came off the stage and selected Phyllis
Hertzendorf to cuddle with and sing to. Phyllis played
it to the max. Way to go, girl!
This great performer writes his own music and has
had songs published. He has performed in numerous
plays and musical theater.
We must give a big “thank you” to Stan Stack for
bringing this show to our theater. We loved it!!
Hilda Sutton
Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance, you must keep moving.
~ Albert Einstein
Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow has not yet come.
We have only today. Let us begin.
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FOUR SEASONS TIMES JANUARY 2015
BRANSON TRIP--“OH WHAT A TIME IT WAS”
Our adventure started quite early, 4:30 a.m., on
a lovely day. Our trip to the Philadelphia airport was
without incident (none of us would have known had
there been one, since we all slept soundly on the way to
the airport). We arrived in Springfield, MO and waited
for a bus to begin our journey to Branson.
Our first show was that very evening, so we didn’t
have time to dally, change clothes, or dine. The shows
(seven of them) were all very entertaining, and our tour
guide secured great seats for us. Meals were included,
so we dined daily with a cast of thousands. Branson
restaurants are certainly equipped for large groups!
The “Magnificent Eleven” (us) enjoyed the shows,
which were all lavish with holiday decorations. However, the most highly decorated area were not the stages, but the rest rooms at The Shoji Tabuchi Show. The
Men’s Room boasted a pool table, while the Ladies
Room glittered with displays and four Christmas trees.
As we traveled, the Ozark Mountains greeted us
with beautiful colors on the mountainsides; Branson
is part of the plateau of the Ozarks. One of the highlights of our tours was The College of the Ozarks. It
is unique since the students must also work as part
of their curriculum, so it is nicknamed “Hard Work
University.” We were told that it is a difficult process
to gain entrance to the college.
The weather was beautiful during our visit, but
turned cold on the day we left. Then the adventure
began….Our flight was delayed in Branson due to
a bird stuck in the intake area of the plane’s engine.
Needless to say, we missed the last flight from Chicago
to Philadelphia and had to schedule a flight the next
morning at 6:00 am (the only flight that could accommodate all 11 of us). We elected to spend the night in
the airport rather than look for a hotel, so we settled
in and made ourselves cozy on whatever couches and
chairs we could find. We had chits for dining, but all
the restaurants were closed and did not open until after
we left the next morning. It was a cooperative group
and we kept one another entertained until our coach
home arrived. Once we boarded, silence descended.
We all slept soundly and were very happy to get home
and climb into our own beds. The experience sure
made us appreciate home, but we all agreed it led to
lasting friendships, lots of smiles, and tales to tell about
our Branson airport adventure.
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Jeff’s Powerwashing
Hot Water and Soap • Mold Removal
Houses • Patios • Roofs Washed
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Insured Lic. #13VH01634500
Senior Discounts • Free Estimates
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Attic Fans, Home Repairs
Excellent Work - Minimal Labor Cost
Rich Greenberg - 4 Seasons Resident
732-278-4892
CENTRAL JERSEY
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Sales • Service • Installation
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Replace or Repair
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Shower Valves, Garbage Disposals, Water Filters
Ice Makers, Hose Bibs, Flower Bed Irrigation
Many Other Things
Call Sebby
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Washers, Dryers, Dishwashers, Refrigerators
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Handyman Service
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Call Wes Smoyak
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Arts Windows
10% off already discounted prices
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Lic. 9452        Former Marine 
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Automatic Door Openers
NJ HIC.#13VHO1856500
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Refrigerators • Freezers • Ranges
Washers • Dryers • Dishwashers
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$20 OFF Service - Not to be Combined
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All work fully guaranteed
Insured
PAINTING SERVICE
in Home Services Available. PQ
Family Owned/Operated Since 1967
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Run errands, shop, light house cleaning
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Int./Ext. Painting & More • Wallpapering or Removal
Powerwashing • Spackling & Taping • Handyman Work
Fully Insured • Free Estimates • Reasonable Rates
Very reliable
Call us 7 days a week
Call Vicki 732-202-7750
Mr. Fixx-It, Inc
Four Season Resident
201-600-4097 C  732-477-4645 H
Install Celiing Fans—Smoke & Carbon Detectors
Toilets—Faucets—Vanities—Tile—Shower Grouting—Painting
Garbage Disposals—Dryer Vent Cleaning—Power washing
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THE EXPERT TOUCH LLC
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riCH SHASHATy, President
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Licensed and Insured
Freehold, NJ 07728
732-409-3009 • 718-541-9401
CONSTRUCTION
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ADDITIONS • DECKS • ROOFS • WINDOWS
REMODELING • SIDING • TILE AND MORE
ALL CALLS ANSWERED
We Do All Types Of Painting
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NJ Lic# 13VH02950300
Insured
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Tom’s
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732-363-5513
Solid Wood Doors and Drawer Fronts
Many Styles and Colors to Choose
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• Chairs Reglued
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Affordable Repairs
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Felder Plumbing
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Mark’s
Home Maintenance
ALL CALLS ANSWERED
Attic Stairs/Attic Fans • Thermostats • Garbage Disposal
Solar
Tube • Toilets Replaced/Repaired
• Crown Molding
609-894-2084
OR 732-312-7201
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Senior
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Wall
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REPAIRS DECKS DOORS
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732-577-9813
Family Owned & Operated, Fully Insured
Lic# 13VH0365990 Free Estimates
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We take pride in our work!
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Garage Doors & Automatic Openers
Sales В· Service В· Installation В· Repairs
NJHic Lic. # 13VH06354700
Fully insured
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Siding - Windows - Doors - Roofing
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The cold weather makes it hard to get motivated
to go outdoors and shoot, but there are some great
photo opportunities to be had in winter. Make
certain you dress for the cold and watch for ice!
Even when there is no snow, icy pond make
great subjects. Look for ducks, geese, or sea
gulls standing on the ice. Ice also makes for great
reflection images. Many normal scenes take on a
new meaning in the cold of winter
After a snowfall there are great shots
everywhere. The challenge with snow shots is
getting the proper exposure. A very bright snowy
scene tricks you camera into thinking there is
too much light, so the camera will cut back on
exposure. This makes the snow in your images
look gray. If you know how to set your exposure
compensation, increase the exposure by 1 stop
to brighten the snow. If your camera has “scene”
modes, use the one for snow or beach.
The bare leafless trees make nice silhouette
shots and are very good for black and white
photography. They are especially effective with a
sunrise or sunset behind them.
That’s it for this month. As always you can
email [email protected] with any
photographic questions. Visit my web site at
www.KirmsPhotography.com if you’d like to see
more of my images. Remember to keep shooting
and trying to improve your images, but most
importantly, have fun with your camera.
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Memories of 2014
Pond 9 Project
Clubs & Activities
Book Discussion Group
Italian American Club
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Deborah Events
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Irish American Club
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Jewish Cultural Club
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Theater Club - Fox on the Fairway
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Rock 'n Roll Club
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Rock 'n Roll Club
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Travel Club - Amishlands
Travel Club - Branson
Travel Club - Cruises
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Men's Club
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Social Committee Events - July 4th Barbeque
George Smith & Friends
MC Outreach
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Bon Appetit
Canasta Tournament
Memorial Day
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Labor Day Barbeque
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Halloween
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