APRIL, 2018, Vol. 19, No. 4

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1 APRIL, 2018, Vol. 19, No. 4 Items for the Newsletter may be given to Bonnie Miller at 21 Scenic Drive (please place in basket on porch) OR to Please use the subject Newsletter. Deadline for the May Newsletter is 5 PM, April 15th. For home delivery of the Newsletter, please call Sandra Sholley at The Newsletter is available online in FULL COLOR at NEED TO CONTACT THE POLICE? Call Jonestown State Frank T. & Sandra L. Hackett Kevin L. & Linda M. Filler 20 Bower Drive 9 Scenic Drive Kathleen McNally & Paul Pavelco 18 Lakeview Drive RESIDENTS MEETING April 9, 7 PM All residents are urged to attend and PARTICIPATE! Meet your neighbors and find out what is happening in our community. UPCOMING EVENTS APRIL 9 Residents Meeting, 7 PM APRIL 13 Meet and Greet New Neighbors, 6-8 PM, see page 4. APRIL Senior High School Prom Night, 6 PM, $2.00, see page 4. MAY Residents Meeting, 7 PM MAY Memorial Day Potluck Breakfast, 8:30 AM, $3.00. JUNE 9... Community Yard Sale, 7 AM to 1 PM, see page 3. JUNE Residents Meeting, 7 PM JUNE Ice Cream Social and Game Night, 6-8:30 PM, $5.00 JULY 21 Bingo Fundraiser for the Myerstown First Aid Unit, $ COMMUNICATIONS The Residents Board is in the process of updating our Communications List so we can all be updated with current information that is happening in the Community. There has been one Communication sent. There was a lot of positive feedback from residents who received this notice. If you did not receive it and you want to be on this list, please contact Kathy Taylor at If you choose not to be on the list you may contact her also for removal from the list. Thank you, The Residents Board

2 6 Judy Dunkle Arthur Ruppenthal Arthur Kearney 7 David Ulsh 8- H. Buck Hansen 9 David Winters Page 2 9 Allen Kohl Gerald Schwartz 10 Ron Deluca 13- Bunnie Jurjevich Ray Towle ENJOY YOUR SPECIAL DAY! Lakeview Center Newsletter SUNSHINE COMMITTEE REPORT Five Cards were sent to the following: THINKING OF YOU Diane DeLuca, Grace Marquette Get Well Robert Murphy Birthday Izzy Heim, 87th Birthday SYMPATHY DeLuca Family, death of mother Lainee Reed, death of husband, John Judy Dunkle, death of husband, Rod Kate Ebner, death of brother-in-law Sunshine Lady for April: Mary SUNSHINE COMMITTEE NEWS The purpose of the Sunshine Committee is to keep our community informed of the residents who could use a little sunshine in their day by receiving a card. In order for us to do this, we need your help. All you need to do is to call the Sunshine Lady of the month and let her know who you feel would enjoy a card from the community. Give her their name and reason and she will get the card out to them. Each month the name of the Sunshine Lady and her phone number can be found in your newsletter under the Sunshine Committee Report. If you know of any resident that you feel should receive a card from the community (get well, hospital, death, thinking of you, care taker, etc.) you are to call the Sunshine Lady and give her the information. Immediately she will put that name and reason on the yellow sheet (SUNSHINE REPORT) hanging on the board in the Activity Room and mail out the card. We urge everyone to check this sheet often! Due to the newsletter cut-off date, articles need to be submitted by the 15th of the month and will not appear in the newsletter until the following month. Unfortunately, due to HIPA, we are unable to give any additional information for sending the cards. Any questions, please feel free to call the Sunshine Committee! Sincerely, Your Sunshine Ladies: Margo , Barbara , Mary THANK YOU I m sure Rod s beautiful smile was beaming seeing all the outpouring and caring of so many friends at his funeral service and the many cards and memorials. I thank everyone for their kindness. It warms my heart to know so many truly care. Fondly, Judy Dunkle & Family Thank you for the donations of dish towels. We are good at this time. I appreciate all those who donated. Thank you, Joan Viveiros (kitchen) Book Discussion Group 1st Wednesday at 2 PM MAY 2 Rose Under Fire, by Elizabeth Wein JUNE 6 Pudd n Head Wilson, by Mark Twain Questions call Judy Dunkle, LADIES BIBLE STUDY Mondays (except the 2nd Monday) 7:00 PM until 8:30 PM Lakeview Center Downstairs All Women Are Welcome For information contact: Shirley Reede, Ellen DeMoss,

3 Page 3 Lakeview Center Newsle er NEWSLETTER OPPORTUNITY We need a volunteer to step forward and assume the responsibility as editor of the monthly newsle er. I will show you what I have done and give help as needed. My last newsle er will be the December, 2018 edi on. However, I would like someone to take over as soon as possible. The newsle er is a vital part of our community. Please consider if you would be able to be the next editor. Call: Bonnie SINGLES LUNCH Join us for lunch at Darryl Z (formerly The Black Dog) in Stouchburg at 12 Noon on April 18. Sign up in the Ac vity Room at Lakeview Center. We will carpool from the Center at 11:35 AM. Any ques ons, call: Be y MEN S DOUBLES POOL TOURNAMENT WANTED TO PURCHASE I would like to buy a motorized treadmill. Preferably a compact, foldable model. Call if you have one for sale. Sue Harvey LOST Green outdoor chair cover blew off 3/14/18. If found please call Steve Medwick The next tournament is scheduled for May 2nd, star ng at 6:30 PM. Each team will play at least 2 games. Sign up sheet will be posted in the pool room at the Lakeview Center. Sign up by April 25th. Any ques ons, you can contact me at Ed Consalo ANNUAL COMMUNITY YARD SALE JUNE 9th 7 AM TO 1 PM A $2 registration fee is requested for the cost of the advertising. To participate please drop your money, name, address and phone number to Joan Viveiros, 22 Springhouse Drive. There is a large white box by the front door you can put the envelope in, if we are not home. Thank you. * If you wish to list large items in the Merchandiser, please call and let me know by May 29th. Blue Mountain Ministries will pick up the donations after our yard sale on MONDAY, JUNE 11th, STARTING AT 9 AM. Thank you, Joan

4 Page 4 Lakeview Center Newsle er WELCOME.NEW RESIDENT ( ) INFORMAL OPEN HOUSE Lakeview Center Welcome Commi ee invites EVERYONE to a end the NEW Resident Informal Open House, Friday, April 13, from 6-8 p.m. at the center. Salty and sweet munchies with beverages will be provided to enjoy while you meet and greet Arbor Gate s new residents. The Resident Commi ee, Ac vi es Commi ee, Welcome Commi ee and listed Ac vity contacts are encouraged to be present to answer ques ons, give tours and explain specific areas of interest for our new residents. New residents have received an invita on and other residents are asked to purchase $1 ckets to defray the costs. Tickets can be purchased at the Center on April 3,4,5,6, and 11, from 9-10:30 a.m., April 9 at 7 p.m. or contact: Carol Ulsh, or VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to make desserts for the Prom event April 28. Please sign up in the Activity Room at the Center if you are willing to help out. What s this I hear Calling All Seniors! I can t go to this Prom event - I never graduated huh? I can t go to this Prom event I m single what? WAIT JUST A MINUTE! We are all SENIORS now and we all like to either eat, or talk, or reminisce, or laugh, or listen to music, and some of us even kick up our heels on the dance floor. Bring some photos, yearbooks, or other memorabilia and Come on out for dessert and fun April 28 at 6:00 PM. Tickets, at $2.00, will be available in the Great Room on Monday afternoons between 1 and 3 PM, by calling , and may also be available at the Coffee Shop.

5 Page 5 Lakeview Center Newsle er ARBOR GATE SPOTLIGHT The Arbor Gate Spotlight this month is on Joy and John Nesbitt who moved to Arbor Gate in June of John is now retired, having served as a UMC Pastor in the Eastern Pennsylvania Conference of the United Methodist Church for 41 years. John was the founder of the Ecumenical Caring Coalition Food Bank of Delaware County, which served 24,000 clients per year at 12 locations in Delaware County, an area west of Philadelphia. John's last assignment was a record 27-year stay at the United Methodist Church in Broomall, Pa. He still teaches Bible Studies during Lent and in the Fall at Zion United Methodist Church in Myerstown. Having an interest in trains, large and small, John is an active member of the Arbor Gate Railroad Club. In the past he had served on the Lakeview Center Board and Chairman of the Activities Committee. When weather permits, he can be seen walking the streets of Arbor Gate. Joy is very happy living in her FIRST home, after keeping house in six parsonages. Now, if the refrigerator should break down they can go out and buy a new one immediately, instead of waiting 4 days for a replacement until the church committee agrees on style and price! John married Joy Ebersole in 1966, and they are the proud parents of Daniel and Julia, and two Grandsons, Alexander and Sawyer. Joy led a busy life as wife, mother, and then a math teacher. She is still active in the church choir and the bell choir at UMC in Myerstown. She can be found every Monday afternoon at the "Stitch and Chat" group which meets in the coffee shop. Want to learn to knit or crochet? Just stop in to the coffee shop at 1 p.m. on Mondays. Joy tells a funny story that happened a long time ago. The parsonage needed updating and the two Catholic Italian men were hard at work on their knees installing the carpet when Daniel and Julia came home from school. Thinking John was a Catholic priest and Joy was the housekeeper, they curiously asked her... "Whose Kids?" If you wish to be featured in a monthly Spotlight, feel free to contact: Eleanor

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7 Page 7 Lakeview Center Newsletter April 2018 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics EASTER: the day that changed the world forever! JOHN 3: PM Stitch & Chat 3 PM Residents Board/Comm. Chairs 7 PM Ladies Bible 9 AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1 PM Stitch & Chat 7 PM Residents Meet 3 9 AM Strength Train 10 AM Ladies Pool 6:30 PM Tai Chi 10 9 AM Strength Train 10 AM Ladies Pool 1 PM Rummy Kub 6:30 PM Tai Chi 4 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle 9 AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1:30 PM Pinochle 2 PM Book Group 11 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle 9 AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1:30 PM Pinochle 5 7:45 AM ROMEO Breakfast Country Fare 9 AM Strength Train 1 PM Mah Jongg 6:30 PM Men s Bible 6:45 PM Canasta 12 7:45 AM ROMEO Breakfast Country Fare 9 AM Strength Train 1 PM Mah Jongg 6:30 PM Men s Bible 6:45 PM Canasta 6 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle 13 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle MEET & GREET OPEN HOUSE 6-8 PM 7 14 PASSOVER ENDS AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1 PM Stitch & Chat 7 PM Ladies Bible 17 9 AM Strength Train 10 AM Ladies Pool 1 PM Canasta 6:30 PM Tai Chi 18 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle 9 AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 11:30 AM Singles Lunch 1:30 PM Pinochle 19 7:45 AM ROMEO Breakfast Country Fare 9 AM Strength Train 1 PM Mah Jongg 6:30 PM Men s Bible 6:45 PM Canasta 7 PM Railroaders Meet 20 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1 PM Stitch & Chat 7 PM Ladies Bible 24 9 AM Strength Train 10 AM Ladies Pool 10 AM Activities Meet 1 PM Canasta 6:30 PM Tai Chi 25 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle 9 AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1:30 PM Pinochle 26 7:45 AM ROMEO Breakfast Country Fare 9 AM Strength Train 1 PM Mah Jongg 6:30 PM Men s Bible 6:45 PM Canasta 27 8:45 AM Ladies Shuffle 10 AM Music Club 28 6 PM AM Men's Pool 9 AM Aerobics 1 PM Stitch & Chat 7 PM Ladies Bible

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