On Sunday, November 11, 2018, the Legionnaires and the Marines of Four Seasons had a ceremony to honor and remember all those who have served our Country.
Anthony D’Altrui of the Marines, and Ed Morris from the American Legion spoke to the group, and a cake to acknowledge the birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps was presented. Joe Campea one of our Marines was given a slice of cake as his birthday, November 10th, falls on the Marine Corps birthday
Thank you to the committee for all the work you do to make the Halloween festivities such a success.
On Thursday October 4th the Golf Club had a get together at the Clubhouse where a number of the newer residents to the community attended. We discussed at the meeting how we would like to see an increase in golf activities in the community, events that we have had in the past. In 2019 we expect to have our Annual Golf Outing, a Nine and Dine, Day at the Track and reinstate the Annual Dinner.
As part of the meeting that night Bill Lawless talked about residents being part of the Golf Group that plays on Monday and Thursday during the Golf Season which will start in Early to Mid April 2019, weather permitting. If you have any interest in joining the Golf group please get on the list by contacting Bill (email@example.com). It was discussed at the meeting that we would welcome all members of the community to join.
Through the efforts of Craig Sands we were able to raffle a group lesson for 10 people at Metedeconk Golf Club. Ten of us went over to Metedeconk for a lesson with Brent Studer who is the Head Pro at Metedeconk and the 2018 New Jersey Senior PGA Champion. Brent gave all of us insight how to chip from 20 yards from the green and also the mechanics on how to get out of a sand trap. Please see the picture in this month’s Voice.
Congratulations go out to Ed Morris who recently got a Hole-In-One at Howell Golf Course on the fourth hole. Playing with Ed was Ray Kaden, Al Kirchheim and Ray Ugoloti.
The Men’s Golf Christmas Lunch is scheduled for Wednesday December 5, 2018 at Simko’s Grill. Simko’s has moved from their location in Brielle to 1311 Route 35 in Neptune City. If you have any interest check out flyer in this month’s Voice.
114 residents of the Four Seasons enjoyed a great event featuring authentic German food – thank you to Bill and Maryann Kelly, Barbara Sands, Joann Schwarzbek, and Mary Lou O’Callahan for all the work coordinating the event, and to Pat Moore and Dennis Leonard for making sure we had refreshments!
We also had some entertainment from Cliff Robinson and Leo Wagner –
As you can see, everyone enjoyed!
To All Movie Goers and Friends, etc. – From the Movie Presenters:
We are looking to increase our membership at this time, in particular, but by no means reserved, for younger age groups to join the ranks of presenters.
The requirements are simple: enjoying good company on Friday evening; interest in movies to watch from the earliest to the latest; to present these movies for others to enjoy; and then have some coffee and desert type refreshments and conversations thereafter.
The commitments require availability to be responsible for the evening movie and refreshments once about every 8 to 12 weeks. (The final number will depend on the total number of presenters, various vacation periods, I: e; summer, snow birds, etc.)
For sign up and/or further information contact:
Erwin Tepper, 732-292-1883, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Joan Smith, 732-528-3636, email@example.com
FRIDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES is an event that occurs here at Four Seasons Friday evenings (with the exception of certain holidays and competing events) in the clubhouse theater. The aim is to enjoy an evening of movie entertainment followed by coffee (decaffeinated), cake, cookies, ice cream, etc., in the ballroom. The evening is open to all residents and visitors of Four Seasons. The movie begins at 7:30 PM. The “show” starts at 7 PM as many people enjoy watching JEOPARDY on TV channel 7.
The movie is chosen each week by Movie Club Members. The movie choice can be a silent movie, a foreign made film , a recent movie, an oldie but goody, etc. If available, all should have English sub-titles for the hard of hearing.
The Club Member is also responsible for the coffee and cake afterwards. There is no charge to enjoy this event, however, we would appreciate a donation of $2.00 at coffee and cake time to cover the expenses of the members for the food.
A smaller group, within the group are individuals who have had instructions how to use the electrical equipment to show the movie and TV. They have keys to the equipment closet, which is located in the theater. The list of key holders is posted on the door to the theater. Also posted on the door is a list, in alphabetical order, of all the previous movies which have been shown. Each week, hopefully by Wednesday, a poster will be on the door announcing the coming Friday’s movie.
As soon as the movie is chosen for the particular week, Marilyn Falvey sends an email with the name and a short summary of the film to all interested parties. If you would like to be on that email list, please contact Marilyn.
By Fire Marshal regulations seating in the theater is limited to 25. If more people arrive, the movie will be shown either in the Ball Room, or the All Purpose room down stairs, depending on the situation. ALL ATTEMPTS WILL BE MADE TO ACCOMMODATE EVERY ONE ON THAT FRIDAY NIGHT!!
Casino Night was quite the success. Thanks to Joann Schwarzbek and Barbara Sands for all the work they did, and to all those who helped in all the areas, especially our bakers of the delicious desserts.
Everyone enjoyed themselves. The tables were busy all night. Food, beverages, and dessert was just wonderful.