HIGHLAND LAKES

CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION
January 2017

January 2017

NEXT BOARD MEETING:
Monday, January 16, 2017
at 7:30 p.m.
FIND US ON FACEBOOK!

www.facebook.com/hlca.mi
Larry’s Legacy - page 7
2016 Traditional Christmas SingA-Long - page 8
2016 Adult Christmas Party page 9
HLCA Most Unwanted Enemy page 10
What’s Cooking? - page 11
Snow Removal FAQ - page 12
Snow Removal Handicapped/
Disabled Request Form - page
13
Women’s Club - page 14
2017 Resident Directory Update
- page 15

Mark your calendars!!
Christmas Un-Decorating
Party January 7
Bunco Night (page 16)
January 21

20301 Silver Spring Drive Northville, MI 48167

Phone: (248) 349-4006 Fax: (248) 349-8821
Website: www.HLCA.us
Facebook: www.facebook.com/hlca.mi

Do you need a venue for your upcoming event?
Consider the Highland House!

Did you know The Highland House is available
for rent to Highland Lakes co-owners?
For as low as $35 (plus security deposit) you can
rent the Highland Room for your next family
party or business meeting. The Highland Room
rental includes the use of tables and chairs and
offers a variety of lighting options as well as a
projector screen for your slide shows or meeting
presentations.
For larger functions, you may also include the
main lounge of the clubhouse for your party.
Our full kitchen, which includes a full size
refrigerator, stove, microwave and buffet serving
area is also available for rent.
The Clubhouse Committee has worked hard
to make the Highland House an amenity you
would be proud to utilize. We encourage you to
visit the facility. Details about rental rates and
restrictions are available at the Clubhouse, or on
the Clubhouse Committee page at HLCA.us
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Highland Lakes
Management Section
Highland Lakes Board of Directors

Guy Balok, President
Kathy Baldwin, Vice President
Sandy Nolan, Secretary
Michelle Todorov, Treasurer
Kathleen Connor, Director
Margaret (Peggy) Zonca, Director
Ann Creviston, Director
This section of the Herald contains minutes of the Board of Directors’ meetings
and management information. This section is the official medium of communications of the Association as prescribed by Board Resolution R-6, March 22, 1976.
We recommend that you not only read but save this section of the Herald for future
reference. Resolutions and Regulations approved by the Board become part of
your Association By-Laws.
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HIGHLAND LAKES CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY
20301 Silver Spring Drive, Northville, MI 48167
Phone: 248-349-4006
E-mail: clubhouse@hlca.us
Fax: 248-349-8821
Web: www.HLCA.us

After Hours Emergency Maintenance Phone: 248-349-4043
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Guy Balok, President................... 734-667-3507
Margaret (Peggy) Zonca, Director.248-348-5283
Kathy Baldwin, Vice President..... 248-974-6688
Michelle Todorov, Director............ 248-380-1611
Sandy Nolan, Secretary............... 248-349-3587
Ann Creviston, Director.................248-894-4961
Kathleen Connor, Director........... 248-207-6417
PERSONNEL
Guinevere Eatmon........Senior Receptionist (Notary)
Heather Greer........................................Receptionist
Alexis Jackson......................................Receptionist

Joe Poma........................................Property Manager
Emily Lutzenkirchen.....Publications & Records Assistant
Sharon Englund.......................................Bookkeeper

COMMITTEE INFORMATION
COMMITTEE

CHAIRPERSON
Barb Balok

734-667-3507

Sandy Nolan & Ann Creviston

Court Liaison

Joel Lutz

248-349-6782

Peggy Zonca & Sandy Nolan

Engineering

Tom Werner

248-349-4459

Kathleen Connor & Peggy Zonca

Community Social

Brad Todorov

248-380-1611

Finance

Joyce Elvy

248-349-1747

Guy Balok, Kathy Baldwin, Sandy
Nolan & Michelle Todorov
Kathleen Connor & Ann Creviston

Grounds

Joel Lutz

248-349-6782

Kathleen Connor & Peggy Zonca

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Kathleen Connor & Sandy Nolan
Guy Balok & Michelle Todorov

Clubhouse

Herald

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PHONE

BOARD LIAISON

Ecology

Cathy Watkins

248-765-2327

Pool

Rosemary Campion

248-349-8227

RV

Cheryl Huizing
Hugh Battley

Guy Balok, Kathleen Connor,
& Sandy Nolan
248-231-7603
248-349-4841
Michelle Todorov

Tennis

Carol Shields

248-305-7123

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Michelle Todorov

After Hours Emergency ...................................................................................................................248-349-4006
Northville Township Police-Non-Emergency .................................................................................248-349-9400
Northville Township Fire Department ..........................................................................................248-348-5807
Northville Township Police and Fire Emergency ........................................................................................... 911
After Hours Maintenance Emergency ..........................................................................................248-349-4006
Assessment/Billing Inquiries .....................................................................................................248-349-4006
Consumers Power Company .......................................................................................................800-477-5050
DTE-Electric Company ...............................................................................................................800-477-4747
Hazardous Waste Information .....................................................................................................734-326-3936
HLCA WOW! Account Rep (Bob Sivori) ........................................................................................248-808-9872
WOW! Sales & Support .............................................................................................................1-866-496-9669
HLCA AT&T Account Rep (Denise Smith) .....................................................................................810-265-4946
AT&T Sales & Support (Phone or U-Verse) ..................................................................................800-288-3466
HLCA Comcast Account Rep (Erin Timmermann)..............................................erin_timmermann@comcast.com
Web site ......................................................................................................................................www.HLCA.us
Association Facebook Page ..............................................................................................facebook.com/hlca.mi

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Highland Lakes
Herald

Herald Committee

Joy Gaskin
(looking for volunteers)

Herald Staff

Ray Parzych
Betty Parzych
Joel Lutz
Gloria Janks
Ilio Alessandri
Barbara Evans
Marty Tingstad
Beverly Dudley

The Highland Lakes Herald is the official news medium of
the Highland Lakes Condominium Association, serving all
residents, groups and organizations.
The Association and its Board of Directors control and are
responsible for the contents of the Herald.
The staff of the Highland Lakes Herald serves on a voluntary
basis. Editorials reflect the opinions of the staff and are not
construed as representative of the general membership of
the Association.
The Herald welcomes comments, suggestions and articles
from its readers. All material submitted for publication
in the Herald must be true, factual, and newsworthy. The
editor reserves the right to withhold items from publication
pending verification of facts. In some cases where items
are of a critical or controversial nature, the editor reserves
the right to solicit comments from those with opposing
viewpoints.
Materials submitted for publication are to be given to the
receptionist in Highland House. All materials submitted
must be signed, but signatures will be withheld upon request.
Communications to the Herald should be in writing. No
material will be accepted for publication in the upcoming
issue after the 20th of the month.

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Larry's Legacy
Lawrence Leonard Osiecki - born January 30th 1944 to Leonard and Anna Osiecki. Larry grew up in Hamtramck,
Michigan, and attended Cass Tech before graduating from Hamtramck High School. Afterward, Larry enlisted in the
navy as an electrician's mate and was stationed in Key West, Florida on the USS Powers, a navy destroyer. He served
two years before being medically discharged from the navy, and then enrolled at Western Michigan University where
he earned a bachelor's degree in accounting in 1966. While at Western, Larry became a member of the Delta Sigma
Phi fraternity.
Upon graduation, Larry embarked on a European adventure, skiing in the Alps and touring Austria, Germany, and
Paris. In 1967 he moved back to start a job on the west coast of the US. Larry returned to the Motor City in 1968
where he met Maureen Agnes Burns on a blind date. They were married in April 1970, and in 1972 moved into their
home in what was a new development called Highland Lakes in Northville, Michigan.
Larry and Maureen welcomed their first child, Lawrence Leonard Osiecki II - affectionately called "Larry O" - in March
1973. In November 1974 their second child, Matthew Joseph Osiecki, was born. For the next 20 years Larry dedicated
his life to raising his boys. He coached little league soccer and baseball. He spent vacations driving to places like Gettysburg PA, Virginia Beach VA, New York City, Boston MA, Wawa Ontario CA, and wherever Matt and Larry had travel
baseball and soccer games.
Larry and his family spent many wonderful summers up north, camping at Lakes of the North near Gaylord Michigan and celebrating the 4th of July on Lake Skegemog. Larry loved the outdoors,and was happiest when sailing or
canoeing on Swann Harbor Lake; riding his bike around Northville, the Detroit river front, the many parks of Oakland
County, or Mackinac Island; or golfing with friends and his sons.
Larry O and Matt followed in their father's footsteps, graduating from Western Michigan University. In 2001, Larry O
married Lisa Johnson. Larry's first grandchild and namesake - Lawrence Leonard Osiecki III, known as Tripp - arrived
in May 2006. Two years later, Larry's second grandson, Reid Sidney Osiecki, was born. In March 2008, Matthew married Theresa Sywak. Then in May 2012, Matt and Terri welcomed Alexandria Grey Osiecki, Larry's third grandchild.
Larry loved being a grandfather, and together with Maureen, they orchestrated many adventures and traditions for
their grandchildren. Some of his favorites included canoe rides to the lake, biking all over Metro Detroit, ice cream
at Guernsey's, the model train museum in Commerce, visits to the Detroit Zoo and Toledo Zoo, and driving through
the Wayne County holiday light show. He loved to use his skills as a woodworker to build hand-crafted gifts for them.
And he enthusiastically set up his model train during the holidays and showed his grandchildren how to run the
track.
Larry and Maureen frequently spent time with a group of friends who became life-long companions. Their many adventures included trips up north and monthly excursions to the theatre, thus generating the moniker of "The Theatre
Group." Larry and Maureen made treasured memories and celebrated holidays and birthdays throughout the years
with these valued friends. Larry also developed close relationships with people he worked with, and friendships that
spanned across different cultures. His upstanding character and loyalty earned the respect of many.
Larry faced many physical hardships during his adult life. However, he continued to fully live his life despite these
limitations. He approached every day head on with a courage and spirit that amazed those who knew him. Larry
will lovingly be remembered for his competitive spirit, his sense of humor and quick (unforgettable) laugh, and his
unwavering commitment to his family and friends.
Larry left his earthly home on November 28th 2016, and we're sure he's kicked backed somewhere sipping on a rum
and coke.

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2016 Traditional
Christmas Sing-A-Long

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2016 Adult
Christmas Party

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HLCA Most Unwanted Enemy
#2 Autumn Olive & Russian Olive
(Elaeagnus umbellata), (Elaeagnus angustifolia)
What’s Wrong with Invasive Olive Shrubs?

Autumn Olive and Russian Olive are invasive shrubs or small scrubby trees growing up to 20 ft in
height and 30 ft in width. Native to Eurasia and introduced in the US 1830’s, both were commonly
planted for windbreakers and ornamental
plants. Olive shrubs produce dense shade
that turns prairies, roadsides, and even
forests into thorny thickets, leaving parks and
fields unusable. Like many non-native shrubs,
it leafs out early and retains its leaves late in
fall, shading out desirable native species and
reducing species diversity. They harm wildlife
by reducing the native plants and trees that
wildlife depend on for food and shelter. The
abundant fruits produced are widely
distributed by birds and mammals and is
viable to germinate for 3 years. Autumn Olive
and Russian Olive species have nitrogenfixing root nodules and are able to tolerate
infertile soils and disrupt nutrient cycles in
native plant communities. Their prolific and rapid growth enable them to compete with native plants
for water, light and other resources, eventually displacing them entirely, resulting in dense thickets.

Identification

Invasive Olives may be identified by the color of their leaves and bark, their berries, and their long
growing season. Russian and Autumn-Olive are two closely related species which are both invasive
in the Midwest. Both invasive Olives have dark green leaves
with a distinctive silver underside. The leaves are elongated oval
(Autumn-Olive) or lance (Russian-Olive) shaped. Invasive
Olives have a long growing season, so the leaves appear in
spring before native
plants leaf out and
persist into late fall.
Young bark is smooth
and red-brown in color
with coppery dots, and
becomes rough and
gray with age. Many stems have very long thorns. Both
invasive Olives have yellow flowers in May, June and July.
Small berries appear in late summer and are yellowishgreen (Russian-Olive), or pinkish red with silver or brown
specks (Autumn-Olive).
If seen on Highland Lakes Property, you may email the ecology
committee at plantnative@lizgannon.com for removal.

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Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Ingredients:
2 cups sugar
1 ⅓ cups vegetable oil
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
3 extra-large eggs
2 cups all-purpose flour
2 tsps ground cinnamon

2 tsps baking soda
1 ½ tsps kosher salt
3 cups grated carrots (less than 1 lb)
1 cup raisins
1 cup chopped walnuts

For the Frosting:
¾ pound cream cheese, at room temperature
½ pound unsalted butter, at room temperature
1 tsp pure vanilla extract
1 pound confectioner's sugar
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Preparation:
Beat the sugar, oil, and vanilla together in the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with a paddle
attachment. Add the eggs, 1 at a time. In another bowl, sift together the flour, cinnamon, baking
soda, and salt. With the mixer on low speed, add ½ of the dry ingredients to the wet ingredients.
Add the grated carrots, raisins, and walnuts to the remaining flour, mix well, and add to the batter. Mix until just combined.

Line muffin pans with paper liners. Scoop the batter into 22 muffin cups until each is ¾
full. Bake at 400 degrees F for 10 minutes then reduce oven temperature to 350 degrees F
and cook for a further 35 minutes, until a toothpick comes out clean. Cool on a rack.
For the frosting, cream the cream cheese, butter, and vanilla in a bowl of an electric mixer
fitted with a paddle attachment. Add the sugar and beat until smooth.
When the cupcakes are cook, frost them generously and serve.

Recipe from The Food Network, submitted by Kathleen Connor
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Why does my court seem to be last during the recent snowfall?

Answer: To attempt to bring some semblance of fairness, the starting point of snow
removal efforts change each time.

Why does it seem to take so long to clean my parking spaces?

Snow
F
A
Q

Answer: 4 inches or more measured in more than three areas on the property.

Answer: Maintenance depends on the cooperation of the Co-Owners to empty the courts of cars
before plows can safely plow the spaces. The plows cannot fit in between parked cars.

Why did Maintenance leave a small amount of snow on the sidewalk this time?
Answer: Leaving a small amount of snow provides traction to more safely walk.

Why does the Association have an adopted snow policy?

Answer: (A) To keep our Co-Owners informed of what to expect from the Association
(B) It is required as part of our Risk Management procedures.

How long should it take Maintenance to completely finish snow removal efforts?
Answer: 48 hours or less depending on the weather and the amount of snow.

In what order, and when, is snow blowing and plowing handled?
Answer:

FIRST DAY
1 – Streets
2 – Clubhouse
3 – Main Sidewalks
4 – Centers of Courts

SECOND DAY
5 – Approach Walks
6 – Porches
7 – Parking Spaces
(Only if courts are clear of cars)

Removal

During the weekend, how much snowfall is required before maintenance will be called in?

S now R emoval P RoceduRes
1.

NoRmal sNow eveNts:
• 1 ½ - 4 inches - Clearing will begin during normal work hours following the established Snow Policy.

2.

laRge sNow eveNts:
• 4 inches or more - Maintenance will begin clearing main sidewalks and traffic lanes during the snow event. If
necessary, they will continue the removal effort until 10:00 p.m. The next morning they will begin a second clearing
effort and start sidewalks and courts until they are cleared, or until 8:00 p.m.
• 4 inches or more – Maintenance may clear on weekends, nights, and holidays following the Snow Policy depending
on forecasted conditions. Day 1 Start times may vary and may work up to 12 hours.

3.

sNow emeRgeNcies/BlizzaRds:
More than 10 inches - Efforts will be focused on keeping main roads, traffic lanes and main sidewalks open to emergency
traffic only. Once those elements are clear, work may begin on approach sidewalks and courts. Maintenance will work
up to 14 hours per day, until the roads, courts and walks are clear. Contractors may be called in if necessary. The priority
treatment of the handicapped list will be suspended during these events. Exceptions for emergencies will be handled
on a case basis.
** Handicap list will be suspended during blizzards and large snow events.

4.

PaRkiNg sPaces: After the primary snow removal efforts are completed, maintenance will begin clearing parking spaces if cars are out of
the court. Management encourages Court Captains to facilitate the removal of cars and contact the Clubhouse to advise when their court is
clear and management will then contact maintenance to begin plowing the parking spaces within that court. If maintenance is ready to plow
a court, the Association may also contact the court captains to facilitate the movement of parked vehicles.

5.

oveRall goal: The Association shall have the sidewalks, courts (not parking spots), and roads, clear within 48 hours
of the cessation of a snow event.

6.

HazaRdous coNditioNs: During the winter, the weather conditions favor the potential for slippery
sidewalks, porches and roads. Please use due care and caution during this time of the year and
keep a supply of ice-melter, which is available at the Clubhouse, at your home for your use.

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Snow Removal Request Form
Handicapped/Disabled List – If you are in need of special attention with snow and ice removal, as
a courtesy, the Association maintains a list of those Co-Owners and residents that need this service,
forms can be obtained at the Clubhouse office.
You must complete and return the Special Attention Form along with a copy of your handicap
sticker that is displayed in your car. (We will make the copy for you.) Anyone with a permanent
handicap plate will of course be on the list. However we will still need a completed form on file and
we will need to know if this condition is a temporary or permanent condition. Additionally, those
residents with permanent handicap plates will need to provide a copy of their vehicle registration.
We cannot guarantee that Maintenance will be able to provide this special attention for every
snow event; however, we will make every effort to do so.
If you are requesting this special service, please fill in the information below.

Check the box below that applies to you:
 Co-Owner is disabled
 Co-Owner is disabled and employed full-time or part-time.
 Co-Owner is disabled and has regular scheduled doctor appointments,
therapy sessions, chemotherapy treatments etc.
Please describe:

Date:

Unit #:

Co-Owner Name:
Address:
Phone(s):
Please fill out the form completely, explaining your disability and your reasons for requesting that
you be placed on the Disabled List
Residents who meet the above criteria and provide a doctor’s note stating your disability will have
the snow cleared away from their porch and sidewalk first, and within snow policy parameters.
NOVEMBER 2016

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Highland Lakes
Women’s Club Luncheon

SAVE THESE
DATES:

January 5, 2017 at noon:
Deadwood Bar and Grill
18730 Northville Rd.
Northville, MI
Arranged by Sandy Nolan

February 2, 2017 at noon:
Border Cantina
21420 Novi Rd.
Novi, MI
Arranged by Judy Whelan

All adult female residents of Highland Lakes are invited to meet with us
on the first Thursday of each month.
For further information about the Highland Lakes Women’s
Club, you can contact
Bev Dudley at (248)349-4139 or leratcat@aol.com
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2017 Resident Directory Update
If the information in the Highland Lakes Directory is incorrect, or
incomplete, please fill out this form with the correct information and
return it to the Clubhouse. The deadline for submitting changes

is February 1, 2017, which is when the Directory will go to the
printer.
Unit Number: _____________
Address: ______________________________________________
Persons living in this unit:
Name

Relationship

Phone Numbers

Relationship

Phone Number

Year/Color

License Plate

Emergency Information:
Name

Vehicle Information:
Make/Model

Note:

All residents must obtain a new pool pass or updated this year
in order to utilize the Highland Lakes facilities. Passes can be
obtained at the Clubhouse with proof of residency.
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Bunco Night
No experience
necessary.... an easy and
fun game to play!
Beginning at 7 p.m.
at the Clubhouse
Saturday, January 21st
Players bring appetizers
to share
BYOB
Please rsvp at the
Clubhouse 248-349-4006
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Your Highland Lakes Realtor Connection
Twice the Knowledge, Twice the Experience,
Twice the Service!
We’ve helped many of your neighbors and are
ready to help you. If you are thinking of buying
or selling, please give us a call!

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734-634-8128

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41430 Grand River Ave, Suite D
Novi, MI 48375

“The Customer Experience is
the Heart of My Business”

John O’Brien
248-756-0414

“Nobody works harder for
satisfactory results.”

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REPAIR YOUR DETERIORATING BRICKS
& JOINTS
PORCHES CAN ALSO BE REPAIRED
DURING WINTER MONTHS
QUALITY WORK AT AFFORDABLE COST

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734-732-3674

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• Association Discounts
• 10 Year Warranty on Glass
• “Low E” Reflective & Tinted Glass
• Lowest Prices in Town
• Parts Available for Most Windows
• Completed Promptly & Efficiently
• Two Weeks Service on Most Jobs

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commercial vehicles.
•We are an approved vendor with every insurance
company, network & fleet management and we can
assist with claims.
•Specializing for over 15 years in windshield
replacement & chip repair.

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SPECIAL
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I.S.E.

Garbage Disposal
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Est. 1898

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Highland Lakes Court Liaisons
NOTE: ALL AREA CODES ARE 248 UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE

Anchor

Tracey Green........................321-4614

Althea

Sue Tocco............................ 348-3396

Amboy

Brad Todorov.........................380-1611

Andover

Pam Takacs...........................374-0864

Aqueduct
Vacant

Bryn Mawr

Robert Gorczyca............734-751-7828

Dartmouth

Sue Misiulis...........................344-4949

Dearborn

Jim Delaney..........................348-6554

Dorothy Gay

Renee Morris.................810-334-1434

Eddington

David Duey....................586-996-2098

Farragut

Lorraine Scully (B 89 & 90).......344-8703
Janice Booher (B 88)..............344-4229

Hayes

D. & G. Loudy (B 30, 31 & 32)
..................................................349-3308
Steve Sapp (B 28 & 29)
.......................................734-512-6890

Inlet

Betsy Byrne...........................207-6221

Irongate
VACANT

Ironwood

Esther Allison.................... 880-1673

Itham

Bob Rudolph......................924-2600

Juliet

Neptune

Lucy Curtis (B33)............349-0301
Robert Nulty
(B34, B35).......................349-0511

Norwood

Stan Savitskie .............. 946-4338

Eric Behrmann............734-934-0621

Kenyon

Oakland

Earl Smith.......................349-6478

Elizabeth Dombles..............Unlisted

Old Bridge

Linda Tomica.................. 349-6107

Lagoon

Marchelle Brotz...........517-525-1661

Lehigh

Pond

Diane Pittaway............... 347-1078

Lela Lutz............................349-6782

Lehigh Lane

Queen Anne

Kathy Baldwin.................974-6688

Dianne Hartman.................229-3884

Leidel

Richards

Barbara Adams..................982-8247

Ralph Downey.................974-9625

Lilac

Beverly Brenner..............348-2982

Barbara Evans...................348-3087

Longwood

Sandy

Savoy

Mary Kraska............313-268-8516

Jim O’Connor.....................344-6600

Lyric

Schoolhouse

Leslie Wilcox.......... ........449-6726

Minda Commire.................701-0004

Madison

Seabrook

Andrea Valle....................819-0704

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January 2017
SUNDAY
Clubhouse
Closed

1

MONDAY
Clubhouse
Closed

2

Clubhouse
Comm. 7:00 p.m.

8

9

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

3
Yoga 9:30 a.m. Ladies
Pinochle
12:30 p.m.

4

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

5
Yoga 9:30 a.m.
Women’s Club Euchre
7:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
Yoga 6:00 p.m.

SATURDAY

6

7
Christmas UnDecorating Party
1-5 p.m.

Court Liaison
Comm. 7:00 p.m.

10
Yoga 9:30 a.m. Ladies
Pinochle
Engineering
Comm. 3:00 p.m. 12:30 p.m.

11

12
Yoga 9:30 a.m.
& 6:00 p.m.

13

14

Ecology Comm.
7:00 p.m.

15

16

17
Finance Comm. Yoga 9:30 a.m. Ladies
6:00 p.m.
Pinochle
12:30 p.m.
Board Meeting

18

19

20

Yoga 9:30 a.m. Euchre
& 6:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.

21
Bunco Night
7:00 p.m.

7:30 p.m.

22

23

24
Yoga 9:30 a.m.

29

30

25
Ladies
Pinochle
12:30 p.m.

31
Yoga 9:30 a.m. Ladies
Pinochle
12:30 p.m.

1

26
Yoga 9:30 a.m.
& 6:00 p.m.

2
Yoga 9:30 a.m.
Euchre
Women’s Club
7:00 p.m.
12:00 p.m.
Yoga 6:00 p.m.

27

28

3

4

10

11

Court Liaison
Comm. 7:00 p.m.

5

6

7

Clubhouse
Yoga 9:30 a.m.
Comm. 7:00 p.m.

8
Ladies
Pinochle
12:30 p.m.

9
Yoga 9:30 a.m.
& 6:00 p.m.

CLUBHOUSE WINTER HOURS
M o n d a y - F r i d a y..........9 : 0 0 a .m. - 9 : 0 0 p .m.
Satur day. .. . . . . . . . n o o n - 9 : 0 0 p .m.

Su n d a y.............n o o n - 5 p.m.