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Golden Rain News - Leisure World Seal Beach
A documentary
on the LW shoot
of an episode
of ‘Highway to
Heaven,’ starring
Michael Landon,
will be shown.
Page
www.lwsb.com
2
The Minibus
is expanding
bus service and
changing routes.
OC Health Care
awarded the
GRF an award
of excellence for
food safety in
LW clubhouses.
Page
14
Page
The Official Publication of the Golden Rain Foundation, Seal Beach, CA
May 19, 2016
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For Your Safety
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SALUTING
A swarm of bees
weighing about five
pounds was removed from in
front of Building 22 in Mutual
14 on May 7.
With the advent of warmer
weather, there have been a couple
of reports of bee swarms in Leisure World, according to Security.
by JiM HooVer
In the spring and early sumLW contributor
mer, thousands to tens of thousands of bees swarm as part of the
Untitled-3 The
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American Legion Leisure World Post 327 invites all residents
process to form a new bee colony.
and their guests—Cathie
to attend
the
Memorial
Day
Remembrance
at
the
In usual migrations, about 60
Merz, staff photo
Amphitheater at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 30. This is a change from
percent
of the worker bees leave
NU-STEP2,MACHINE—Tom
Clubhouse
which is undergoing nearby construction.
original
hives with a queen to find
Amberry takes a turn on the
The Long Beach Community Band,
a
new
home.
popular piece of equipment.
featuring the Shoreline Symphonic Winds
This honey bee swarm clusdirected by Greg Flores, will start the protered
on a tree branch on Golden
Exercising in 2016 gram with a 30-minute patriotic prelude.
Rain Road, while scout bees
That will be followed by posting of colors
searched out a suitable place to
by the Post 716 Legion Riders from Los
make a permanent nest.
Alamitos.
Once the swarm was discovU.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher
—Elsa Gildner, photo
ered, a weekend beekeeper was
will give an address, followed by a musical
This bee swarm in Mutual called to remove the cluster.
by Ruthincluding
OsbORn the “Armed
Health”
in U.S. News
anddonned
World Report.
Instead
salute to veterans,
by Cathie MeRz
14 weighed about
5 pounds.
He
a protective
News editor
of refined sweets, choose nuts, for example. They
CommuNity editor
Forces Medley.”
are filling, which guards against over-eating,
The Leisure World Theater Club will
A little
less fat,
little more
and are associated with healthier weight and
The Clubhouse 6 Exercise
lead a long overdue
tribute
to aVietnam
eraplant-based food,
a little less sugar, a little more exercise—that’s
longer lives. A handful of nuts may have more
Room recently acquired aveterans.
third
what
health
advising as a good plan
calories than a handful of cookies, but they
Gulf
War experts
Veteranare
Chaplain,
Nu-Step machine, thanks U.S.
to Army
for
2016. People
don’tspeaker.
need a white-knuckled
will keep people more satisfied. Whole foods,
Maj.
Wesley
Sullivan,
is
keynote
Lucille
Martin
of
Mutual
15.
Dana Rohrabacher
approach
to dieting
andTommy
exercise to make health
like nuts, reduce subsequent calorie intake and
The
American
Legion
Choir
and
She
initiated
a
petition
drive
U.S. Congressman
headway
2016.patriotic mukeep the day’s overall calorie consumption
Williams
performin
special
because “there was always
a will
Millions
resolved last week to
lower. Refined products like cookies and cake
sic.
willtheconclude
with a moving
tributeofto people
Legionnaires,
waitThe
to event
get on
machine,”
lose
weight
and
get
fit.
But
rigorous
programs
keep people craving and eating more. Instead
who
were promoted to “Post Everlasting” this year.
she said.
of diet and exercise
just don’t work for the vast
of resolving to purchase only products that are
(See
page
14
for
Theater
Club’s
contribution
to
the
observance.)
“I am so excited,” she said
majority, according to obesity experts. It’s not
“low-calorie” or “low-fat,” choose more foods
after the Golden Rain Foundawillpower that is derailing dieting efforts; it’s
without labels at all (or at least with minimal
FREE
MOVIE
NIGHTS
tion Recreation and Finance
a combination of focusing on misguided goals
processing).
committees approved the funds.
and a biological impertative that causes the body
• Don’t focus on the scale: Pounds gained
She left the petition at the
to work against dieting by slowing metabolism
or lost are poor measures of what actually
season
of tofree,
counter of the gym, and three
toThe
keepfirst
it from
starving
death.
counts—which is fitness vs. fatness. A pound
movie
nights
at the More than onepages of signatures were col- open-air
But the problem persists.
of fat takes up more space in the body than a
Amphitheater
May 26.
lected in 24 hours.
third—nearlystarts
35 percent
or A78.6 million—of
pound of muscle, so it’s possible to lose weight
movies
will be
shown to the Journal of
The Nu-Step machine pro- dozen
U.S.new
adults
are obese,
according
and become fatter. That means a person can gain
the gigantic
screen starting
at
vides a low-impact, total body onAmerican
Medicine.
Obesity-related
conditions
weight while becoming fitter. People should
of the Union speech as directors
on Thursday
or Saturday
by 2
Courtney
include
heart disease,
stroke, type
diabetesKnaPPfocus on how clothes
workout with a smooth natural dark
fit and how they feel.
are limited to presenting reports
grF
s
tocK transFer suPervisor
nights
through
October.
For
the
and certain types of cancer, some of the leading
motion that is beneficial for
• Fewer calories doesn’t necessarily mean
whereas business is conducted at
complete
schedule,
see page
causes of
preventable
death.34
seniors.
less food, according to the Kaiser Permanente
board meetings.
The
2016
annual
meeting
in
the
Spotlight
on
Entertainment
Here is the latest thinking on what people
It is good for cardiovascular
Medical Group. People do not have to eat less
• Who can attend annual
season
reached
its
zenith
this
book
recently
delivered
to
LW
can do to maximize their health:
food to eat fewer calories. Avoid high-calorie
and strengthening workouts.
meetings?
week
as
Mutual
10
held
the
fi
rst
residents.
• Focus on whole foods: Dr. Sean Lucan
foods and focus on lower-calorie foods. Eat
Martin pioneered the purShareholders/owners are enmeeting of the season.
Koffelspeople
Food Service
advises
to focuswill
on sell
whole annual
foods, which
more salads, vegetables and fruits. Limit or
chase of the first Nu-Step ma- nachos,
The fever-pitch
of activity will couraged to attend their mutual
popcorn,
candy
and
other
keep
people
“full,
fit,
fueled
and
running
well,”
avoid high fat meat, soda and sugary snacks.
chine after using one at Seal snacks. Carl’s Jr. will have free continue for the next
six weeks annual meetings (see page 5). All
according to a December 2015 article called
Beach Physical Therapy.
encouras
all
16
mutuals
and
the
Golden Foundation
chicken
tenders
to
sample.
See members
GOALS,are
page
3
“Forget about Weight, Let’s Eat for Better
“The machines are very
The movie is sponsored by Rain Foundation (GRF) host aged to attend the GRF Annual
popular, and many times people Carl’s Jr., Pharmacology Re- their annual meetings.
Meeting on Tuesday, June 14, at
have to wait,” she says.
The annual meeting and elec- 2 p.m. in Clubhouse 4.
search Institute and Forest Lawn.
CAR
CRASH—A
“I like it because it does two
• Are the
elections
and antion season begins in February
Mazda
collided
POLYNESIAN
NIGHT
things at once,” says
Marcie
on thewith
same
and concludes at the end of June. nual meetings held
two parked vehicles
Champeau of Mutual 16, “the
There are often questions about day?
before
flipping
over
The ballot
counting
for mutual
this time of the year and why
arms and legs.”
at
2:40
p.m.
on
Dec.
elections
will
be
conducted
at
these
activities
are
important.
The GRF Recreation DepartSo Cal Edison
30,
according
to
a
their
annual
meetings.
The
ballot
•
What
is
an
annual
meetment will host a Polynesian Night
GRF
retheSecurity
GRF election
Spectacular at 5 p.m. on Friday, ing, and how is it different from counting for
port.
The
accident
will
be
conducted
at
a
special
a
regular
board
meeting?
June 10, at the Clubhouse 3 patio
happened
meeting atat1013200
a.m. on
The mutual corporations and GRF Board
The average Southern Cali- area.
Tuesday,
June
7,
in
Clubhouse
4,
Del
Monte
Drive,
the
GRF
are
required
to
have
anfornia Edison bill will decrease
Residents will be entertained
one
week
before
the
GRF
Annual
Building
23.
The
nual
meetings
in
order
to
report
six percent this month.
by a ukulele band, a Polynesian
to the membership their activities Meeting. driver of the Mazda
The California Public Utili- dance troupe and a fire dancer.
• Howwas
often
are elections
transported
to
ties Commission recently apA whole roasted pig will be during the past year. Directors
conducted?
read
reports
concerning
fi
nances,
the
hospital.
The
proved SCE’s 2016 costs to the centerpiece of the menu,
Most mutual
of direcextentboards
of injuries
supply electricity, which is the which will also include shish infrastructure, accomplishments
Mutual
Amain
Polynesian
Paradise
fire
and goals for the future. An an- tors are elected
couldannually.
not be ascerreason for the
rate cut. See
its mutual directors
dancer
willfull
perform.
See ALOHA, page 10 nual meeting is similar to a State 10 elects tained.
page 3 for
story.
THE FALLEN
American Legion hosts Memorial Day service
What happened to
NEW YEAR’S
RESOLVE?
Studies show people need to focus on
New machine
cuts wait time
16
WHOLE HEALTH
‘Jurassic World’ is first movie of season
gloves,
climbed a California
ladder and
With Southern
sprayed
swarm
withand
sugar
Edison’s the
(SCE)
planned
unwater.
planned power outages in Leisure
The preparing
sugar water
World,
for temporarily
an electrical
renders
the bees
unable to fly.
power outage
is prudent.
He
a wooden
atop the
As set
active
and box
self-reliant
ladder
and shook
the branch
to
community
members,
it is every
dislodge
the swarm,
which fell
shareholder’s
responsibility
to
gently
box. of disasters,
prepareinto
for the
all types
As longpower
as theoutages.
queen is in the
including
swarm,
the
bees
will
establish a
Before a Power Outage
1/13/16 4:04 PM
new• Build
colonyorelsewhere.
restock emergency
“I was so happy
to see
it, as aI
preparedness
kits to
include
have
neverbatteries,
seen onecash
theand
sizefirst
of
flashlight,
this
one,” said Mutual 15 resiaid supplies.
dent• People
Elsa Gildner,
who sure
snapped
should make
they
several
picturescharging
of the drama
as
have alternative
methods
it
last
week.
“It was
forunfolded
phone and
other
devices
that
amazing.”
require power. Keep cell phones
bees do not devices
usually
andHoney
battery-powered
sting
fully people.
charged. Landline wireless
People
in aduring
swarma
phones
willcaught
not work
should
stay still and quiet, and
power outage,
the
will likely go about their
so bees
consider
business
of finding
a new home.
purchasing
a
corded phone
that does not
require electricity. Corded
phones sell for
around $10.
• Purchase
ice or freeze
water-filled Eloy Gomez
plastic containers to help keep food cold
during a temporary power outage.
• Download the Southern
California Edison application to
cell phones to see updated power
outage maps, report outages and
street lights, check accounts and
pay bills. To download the free
app from smart or Android cell
phones go to Play or Apple stores
and type Southern California
Edison
• Keep your car’s gas tank full.
Gas stations rely on electricity to
power their pumps.
• Register cell phone numbers
with AlertOC, the local government alert system, to receive
emergency notifications. There
is no need to register landlines
as they are already registered.
To register cell phones, log in to:
https://alertoc.bbcportal.com or
contact me at 431-6586, ext. 356,
for an application.
During a Power Outage
• Only use flashlights for
emergency lighting. The 10-Day
Duro Lantern
sold at the GRF
Courtney
Knapp
Purchasing
Department
is recStock
Transfer
Supervisor
ommended. Never use candles
every
year and
as theyother
can cause
fires.will have
its next
election
of
in
• Keep refrigeratordirectors
and freezer
2017.
The GRF
hasrefrigerated
elections
doors closed.
Most
every
year
but elects
directors
food can
be safely
kept in
a closed
from
even-numbered
in
refrigerator
for severalmutuals
hours. An
even-numbered
years and
unopened refrigerator
willdireckeep
tors
mutuals
foodfrom
coldodd-numbered
for about four
hours.
in
odd-numbered
A full
freezer willyears.
keep the temSee
VOTE, page
See
OUTAGE,
page33
It’s election season in Leisure World
Roasted pig and fire dancers featured
Bills are on decline
INDEX
Arts & Leisure ..........9
........ 11
Club
Schedule
.......12
Classified
...............21
Classifi
ed ...............25
Community
............14
Community
Government............16
.............5
Government
.............5
Health & Fitness
....10
Health
& .................21
Fitness ......8
Obituary
Obituary
.................25
Perspectives
............4
Perspectives
............4
Puzzle/Games
.......20
Puzzle/Games
.......24
Religion....................8
Religion....................6
SBTV .....................12
Sports & Games ....20
......6
Travel .....................18
.....................16
2
Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
Historical Society
Documentary of TV show filmed 30 years ago in LW will be shown May 25
In the television series
“Highway to
Heaven” starring Michael
Landon, his
production
company was
looking for a
Michael Landon site to film an
episode in a retirement community.
Fred Cooper, the Golden
Rain Foundation’s recreation
manager, worked with company
and in the fall of 1986 the cast,
crew and their equipment rolled
into LW and spent a week filming
the episode.
The PortaPak club (later to
become the Video Producers
Club) received permission to follow Landon’s company around
the community and film them
making the episode.
Producer/Director Ann McGee, Writer Pat Dopp and Narrator Clay Dopp edited the footage
and added voice-overs to create
a 40-minute documentary of the
Woman’s Club
episode filming.
The Leisure World Historical Society’s project to convert
archived films to digital, recently
found a copy of the documentary.
It was converted to digital film by
club Vice President Richard Erickson and posted to the Historical Society’s YouTube Channel.
At the 10 a.m. meeting of the
Historical Society, on Wednesday, May 25, the Historical Society will screen the documentary
in Clubhouse 1.
In it, the actors, crew and
director are interviewed. How
the clubhouses and shareholder’s
units were used in the filming
is included. Many shareholders
See SHOW, page 25
Senior Patriots for Peace
Peace vigil is on May 25
in front of LW Main Gate
Cards, lunch
are planned
The Leisure World Woman’s
Club will hold a card party and
luncheon tomorrow, Friday, in
Clubhouse 2.
Lunch, priced at $10 per
person, will be served at noon.
Lunch tickets will be sold by table
number. One person can pick up
tickets for a table of four for $40.
Everyone should be seated by
11:45 a.m.
Players at tables where substitutes for bridge or canasta are
needed are asked to call Joyce
Bizzell at 596-0148 for their
names.
Standing club rules require
regularly attending card players
to be current members of the
Woman’s Club.
Membership cards should be
taken to all these events.
A guest invited to attend
the card party luncheon may
do so twice a year, must have a
luncheon reservation and be accompanied by her sponsor.
ANCIENT CITY– Machu Picchu, the fortress city of the Incas,
will be the topic of conversation when William and Linda Quemada discuss their trip to Peru at the June 3 meeting of the
California Retired Teachers Association (CalRTA).
CalRTA
People living inside or outside of Leisure World are invited to
take a stand for peace and justice by participating in a peace vigil
on Wednesday, May 25, between 5-6:30 p.m.
The location will be in front of the Leisure World main entrance
along the Seal Beach Boulevard sidewalk.
Signs are provided, or people can bring their own and take part
for any block of time.
Senior Patriots for Peace holds the monthly vigils to call attention to the need for a return to international peace with a renewed
tolerance of others.
To that end, the club additionally focuses on issues of social justice and the environment to nurture a world where people can live
healthy and peaceful lives for generations to come.
Anyone with concerns about peace and social justice issues are
invited to join the peace vigil.
For further information, call Lucille Martin at 430-1047.
American Legion
Trip to Peru topic of June 3 meeting Norlander is Legionnaire of Year
Division 56 of the California Association of Retired Teachers
(CalRTA) will hold its final luncheon of the 2015-2016 fiscal year
at noon Friday, June 3, in Clubhouse 2. Lunch will consist of pizza,
salad, pie and beverages.
Tickets for door prizes will be offered to those who attend.
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The American Legion Leisure World Post 327 has named
longtime Adjutant Larry Norlander Legionnaire of the Year.
The award was presented
on May 9 at the organization’s
general meeting.
“It was awarded for his faithful and expert service as our
business manager,”said Cmdr.
Jim Hoover. “Without him, our
Post would not run efficiently.”
Leisure World residents are
reminded of the following dates
that are appropriate for flying the
United States flag on their homes:
Armed Forces Day May 21; Flag
Day June 14 and Independence
Day July 4.
Any day is a perfect day to
display patriotism by flying the
U.S. flag.
Legion Auxiliary
District 29 meeting set for LW
The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 327 will play host to the
District 29 year-end meeting at 10
a.m. on June 4 in Clubhouse 3. All
members are expected to attend.
The Auxiliary is also working
closely with the Post in planning
the Memorial Day program on
Monday, May 30.
This year the program will
be held in the Amphitheater. The
Long Beach Community Band
will perform at 10 a.m., followed
by the program.
The American Legion Riders
from Post 716 will ride down
Golden Rain Road at about 9:30
a.m. as the honored flag bearers.
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Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
VOTE
Time-Warner/Charter
From page 1
• How many ballots will I
receive?
Depending on your mutual,
you may receive one or two ballots. Shareholders in Mutuals 2, 4,
6, 8, 12, 14 and 16 are scheduled
to receive two different ballots this
season: a yellow ballot to elect
your Mutual board of directors
and a blue ballot to elect your
GRF director(s). Shareholders in
Mutuals 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 15 and 17
are scheduled to receive a mutual
ballot. Mutual 10 shareholders are
scheduled to receive a GRF ballot.
• Has my ballot been mailed?
More than half the mutual
ballots have already been mailed
to households in Leisure World
Seal Beach. Check the election
schedule (see page 5) to see when
the ballots were mailed. The GRF
ballots were mailed May 5.
• There are three people
who live in my unit; do we each
receive a ballot?
One ballot is mailed to each
household. The first shareholder
member at each unit to properly
cast their ballot and return it in
the pre-paid envelope “wins.”
• My mutual ballot has a
bylaw amendment; why should
I vote to amend the bylaws?
Mutuals 1, 3, 4, 5 and 7 have
placed proposed bylaws amendments on the ballot. The subjects
of the amendments range from
reducing the number of directors who serve on the board to
instituting staggered elections.
The amendments were prepared
by the mutuals’ legal counsel.
Read the amendment information
on the reverse of the ballot before
casting your yes or no vote on the
front of the ballot.
• Can I use a proxy or designate someone to vote on my
behalf?
Proxies are not permissible in
GRF elections but may be used in
Mutual elections. To ensure the
ballot’s integrity, ballot envelopes
must be signed by the GRF member connected to that household.
• Are write-in candidates
permitted?
Foundation bylaws do not
permit write-in candidates for
GRF directors. There is a space
on most mutual ballots for writein candidates. However, for the
vote to be properly cast for the
write-in candidate, that candidate
must be nominated at the annual
meeting (called “nominated from
the floor”) and must be present to
accept the nomination.
• My mail is forwarded to
a post office box or an address
outside the community. Will
my ballot be forwarded to me?
No. As the voting rights are
tied to the unit, ballots are all
mailed to the units. However, a replacement ballot can be mailed to
you at the address of your choice.
Call Accurate Voting Services toll
free at (855) 588-5522 to request
a replacement ballot.
• The candidates on my ballot are running unopposed; why
should I vote?
Your participation in the
election process is critical for
the operation of this community.
Every vote counts. Additionally,
the return of your properly cast
ballot ensures that your Mutual
will obtain the necessary number
of votes to produce the annual
meeting and counting of ballots.
• I don’t know the candidates
running for my mutual’s board
of directors; why should I vote?
Read the candidate Statement
3
of Qualifications (often referred
to as a resume or biography)
included with the ballot for information. Ask candidates questions
on topics that are important to
you. Attend meet-the-candidates
events.
Ask your friends and neighbors their opinion.
If you decide you still do not
want to cast your votes for any
of the mutual candidates, you are
still strongly encouraged to vote
by checking the box labeled “abstain from voting – ballot counted
for quorum only” portion of the
ballot. This lets you participate in
the election process by returning
a properly cast ballot.
• I’ve heard a quorum is
necessary before the ballots can
be counted. What is a quorum?
A quorum is the minimum
number of members who must
be present to make meeting proceedings valid.
In the case of elections, your
participation in the voting process, i.e. your properly cast ballot,
counts as your attendance.
A quorum of 33-1/3 percent of
the mutual corporation membership is required before the mutual
ballots can be counted.
• I lost my ballot OR can’t
remember if I mailed my ballot.
What do I do?
Call Accurate Voting Services
toll free at 855-588-5522 to have
a replacement ballot mailed to
you or to confirm if your ballot
was received.
• Where do I mail the ballot?
The yellow and blue mailing
envelopes are postage-paid and
pre-addressed to the Inspector
of Elections, Accurate Voting
Services, Inc., P.O. Box 6117,
Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-6117.
Drop the ballot in a U.S. Mailbox
as soon as possible.
Your ballot must be received
before 12 noon on the business
day BEFORE the annual meeting. You may also hand deliver
your ballot to Clubhouse 4 on
the day of the annual meeting.
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Merger will affect more than 2 million
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has approved
the merger of Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications,
making Charter the dominant pay-TV and Internet service provider
in Southern California with more than 2 million customer homes,
according to news reports.
As part of the $67-billion deal, Charter Communications acquired
Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks after Administrative
Law Judge Karl Bemesderfer recommended that the California Public
Utilities Commission (CPUC) approve Charter’s takeover plans.
The CPUC voted to accept that recommendation on the merger
May 12.
The deal is waiting for approval from the Federal Communications
Commission and the U.S. Department of Justice. Those decisions
are expected within the week.
GRF Recreation
Classic cars needed for July 4 event
The Recreation Department is seeking residents who own classic
or unusual cars to participate in the upcoming July 4 Car Show, to
be held at Clubhouse 6. Non-residents are welcome to participate.
Contact Tommy Fileto, recreation supervisor, at 431-6586 ext.
371, for more information or to participate.
Farmers Market Canceled
The Leisure World Farmers Market has been canceled for lack of
interest and support on the part of vendors and residents.
There is a certified farmers market convenient to Leisure World
on Tuesdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. held at the Seal Beach Village Shopping Center in front of the Roger Dunn Golf Shop.
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to praise good work. Spotlight on Entertainment is a great, slick,
glossy new publication. Kudos to those who conceived, designed
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Jack Carrigan
Mutual 1
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World. Thanks to Ruth Osborn, Stephen Bannon, Terry DeLeon,
Tommy Fileto, our new Publications Manager Kelly Roberts and
all the staff of The News.
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Setting It Straight
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TRIP
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William and Linda Quemada will present a program of their trip
to Machu Picchu, Peru, the fortress city of the ancient Incas.
Reservations are required and can be made by calling Sue Grimsley
at 431-3083. Reservations must be honored unless cancelled before
June 1. The club will be inactive in July and August.
The board of directors will reconvene on Sept. 2 and the first
luncheon will be on Oct. 7.
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Elder Abuse Awareness Day
by Les H. Cohen, Mutual 15
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According to the U.S Department of Health
and Human Services, an estimated 5 million senior
citizens are abused, neglected, and exploited.
Each year on June 15, communities and municipalities around the world plan activities and
programs to recognize World Elder Abuse Awareness Day (WEAAD). Its an opportunity to share information and Les H. Cohen
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Everyone can make a difference, but together we can unite as one
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WEAAD was officially launched in 2006 by the International
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When launched, the purpose was to provide opportunities for
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neglect. That has been accomplished by raising awareness of the
cultural, social, economic and demographics processes affecting
the elder abuse situations.
WEAAD serves as the international call for action as many cases
of elder abuse or neglect as many cases go unreported.
You can help by taking action to speak out.
Children-A-Priority
Principal, students on agenda June 2
Children-A-Priority (CAP)
will meet at noon on Thursday,
June 2, in Clubhouse 4. The
program will be presented by
Dr. Kathleen Meyer, principal of
Cole Academy in Santa Ana, and
some of her students.
It will be CAP’s annual pizza
and ice cream luncheon to recognize the students and all they
have accomplished. Lunch will
be served at noon. To make reservations and for
more information, call Maria
Swift at 493-1924
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GOVERNMENT
GRF
Rossmoor-Los Al
Agenda
Clubhouse Four
Tuesday, May 24, 2016, 10:00 a.m.
1. Call to Order/Pledge of Allegiance
2. Roll Call
3. President’s Comments
4. Announcements
5. Service Awards
6. Seal Beach Mayor’s Update
7. Shareholder/Member Comments
Note: Foundation Shareholder/Members are permitted to make comments before the meeting business of the Board begins. Requests to
speak must be registered in advance of the meeting and comments
are limited to four (4) minutes.
8. Consent Calendar – Approval of Board Committee Meeting
Minutes
9. Approval of Minutes
a. April 26, 2016
10. New Business
a. General
i. Request for GRF Support for Assembly Bill 1779
ii. Acceptance of GRF BOD Member for Mutual Fifteen
b. Executive Committee
i. Rescission of 4000 Series Policies
ii. Adoption of New Position: Trust Properties, Building
and Services Inspector
c. Finance Committee
i. Acceptance of the April 2016 Financials for Audit
d. Physical Properties Committee
i. Approve Building Five, Conference Room B Proposal
e. Recreation
i. Approve Contract for Amphitheater Sound and Lighting
ii. Amend Policy 1412.2-50, Smoking Prohibition
iii. Approve Replacement of Oven, Clubhouse Two
5
Orange County
Voters can register on Wednesday
Annual high
is the last week that the voter registration table for all parties
tea honors high willThis
be available. The table will be located in front of Clubhouse 6
May 23, from 10:45 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
school seniors on Wednesday,
Forms will be available to change ballots to vote by mail or for
The Rossmoor-Los Alamitos those new to Leisure World, to update their registration to vote. First
Republican Women Federated time voters may also register. Help with filling them out is available
Club will award two scholarships at the table. For more information, call Dale Lieberfarb, 594-1119.
to outstanding local high school
students at its annual high tea
and fashion show meeting at 11
a.m. on Saturday, May 21,2016
at Old Mutual Election and Annual Meeting Schedul
Ranch Country Club, Seal Beach.
Ballots
Receiving scholarships will
Annual
Annual
Mailed
Mu.
be Sydney Ahed of Los Alamitos
Meeting Date Meeting Time
(30 days before
High School and Grace Yoon
election)*
only; election
from Cypress High School.
10 inMeeting
Wed. 5/18
10 a.m.
odd-numbered years
All are invited to attend;
14 Tues. 4/19
Thurs. 5/19
10 a.m.
despite the name, men are wel7
Wed.
4/20
Fri.
5/20
10 a.m.
comed as guests and as members.
8
Sat. 4/23
Mon. 5/23
10 a.m.
A number of women living in LW
are members of the chapter.
4
Mon. 4/25
Wed. 5/25
10 a.m.
The function of the organiza16
Mon. 4/25
Wed. 5/25
2 p.m.
tion is to support the next genera11 Tues. 4/26
Thurs. 5/26
10 a.m.
tion and to give them the tools
9
Wed. 4/27
Fri. 5/27
10 a.m.
that they will need in the years
Ballots
to come.
Annual
Annual
Mailed
Mu.
To make reservations, conMeeting
Date
Meeting
Time
(30 days before
tact Chris Barnes at chriselection)*
[email protected] or call
3
Mon. 5/9
Wed. 6/8
10 a.m.
865-3258.
12 Tues. 5/10
Thurs. 6/9
10 a.m.
Mutual 1
2
Wed. 5/11
Fri. 6/10
10 a.m.
1
Sat. 5/14
Mon. 6/13
10 a.m.
Candidates Forum
5
Sun. 5/15
Tues. 6/14
10 a.m.
See AGENDA, page 19
15
Wed. 5/18
Fri. 6/17
10 a.m.
planned on May 26
6
Wed. 5/25
Fri. 6/24
10 a.m.
Mutual 1 will host a Meet
Mutual
the Candidates Forum from 5-7
17
Sun. 5/29
Tues. 6/28
10 a.m.
p.m. on Thursday, May 26, in NOTE: * = If the date to mail ballots (30 days before the election)
Clubhouse 1. Shareholders will falls on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday,
NOTE: the ballots will be mailed
be
share
*
=
If
theable
dateto
toask
mailquestions
ballots (30and
days
before the election) falls on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday, the ballots will be mailed the previo
Mutual meetings are listed below and are subject to change.
the previous Thursday.
their comments.
Mutual residents are invited to attend the open meetings of their
mutual boards as follows:
Thursday, May 19
Mutual 2
Administration ........................9 a.m.
Thursday, May 19
Mutual 14 Annual
Personalized
Personalized and
and comfortable
comfortable dental
dental care
care
Clubhouse 4 ..........................10 a.m.
Friday, May 20
Mutual 7 Annual
Clubhouse 4 ..........................10 a.m.
Monday, May 23
Mutual 8 Annual
Clubhouse 4 ..........................10 a.m.
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Mutual 10
Administration ........................9 a.m.seven (7) directors in Mutual Four, not six (6); *Revised 2/8/16 to update Mutual Fourteen info.
Wednesday, May 25
Mutual 4 Annual
Clubhouse 4 ..........................10 a.m.
Wednesday, May 25
Mutual 16 Annual
Clubhouse 4 ............................2 p.m.
Thursday, May 26
Mutual 1
Administration ........................9 a.m.
Thursday, May 26
Mutual 11 Annual
Clubhouse 4 ..........................10 a.m.
Includes
Includes a
a comprehensive
comprehensive exam,
exam, necessary
necessary x-rays,teeth
x-rays,teeth cleaning
cleaning
Friday, May 27
Mutual 6
and
an
oral
cancer
screening
and
an
oral
cancer
screening
Administration ...................9:30 a.m.
Friday, May 27
Mutual 9 Annual
•• Appointment
Appointment times
times reserved
reserved especially
especially for
for you
you
Clubhouse 4 ..........................10 a.m.
•• Caring
staff
with
over
60
years
combined
experience
Caring
staff
with
over
60
years
combined
experience
Tuesday, May 31
Mutual 3 (special)
•• Emergencies
Emergencies handled
handled promptly
promptly
Physical Property .................. 11 a.m.
•• Seniors
over
60
Seniors over 60 save
save 15%
15% **
**
Wednesday, June 1
Mutual 4 (special)
Clubhouse 3, Room 2..............9 a.m.
Services:
The following mutuals have canceled May meetings: Mutual 7,
Services:
Metal
Dentures
Mutual 8, Mutual 9, Mutual 11, Mutual 14 and Mutual 16. The
Metal free
free restorations
restorations
Dentures and
and Repairs
Repairs
Mercury
free
fillings
Root
Canal
following June Meetings are canceled: Presidents’ Council,
Mercury free fillings
Root Canal Therapy
Therapy
Low
Oral
Mutual 12.
Low radiation
radiation digital
digital xrays
xrays
Oral Surgery
Surgery
MAY
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and Annual Meeting Schedule
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RELIGION
Redeemer Lutheran
Pastor Moore to
speak on theme
of the Holy Trinity
GOOD SHEPHERD Presbyterian Choir will perform “America Sings” in a concert May 21 at Community Church.
Community Church
Good Shepherd Chancel Choir will be featured in concert May 21
Community Church will play host to the Good Shepherd Presbyterian Chancel Choir at a 3 p.m. concert on Saturday, May 21, at
the church.
The group will present “America Sings,” an afternoon of folk songs,
popular songs from the decades, spirituals and patriotic numbers.
The choir, piano, organ and handbells will be featured. Everyone
is welcome to attend the free concert.
Refreshments will be served after the performance.
On May 22, Pastor Don Roe will preach a sermon titled, “Punctuating the Great Events.” Scripture passage is Psalm 23.
April Roe will be lay liturgist.
Organist Evie Oglesbee will provide the prelude and postlude.
The worship services will begin at 9:50 a.m., followed by a coffee hour.
Faith Christian Assembly
Cornell Trio will present gospel harmonies at 5:30 Sunday
Faith Christian Assembly invites residents to a special concert
featuring The Cornell Trio at the 5:30 p.m. service on Sunday.
The award-winning group will present a full concert of uplifting
southern gospel harmonies.
They have performed with the Gaithers and other major performers who specialize in Christian music.
The trio was recently honored to be nominated for five diamond
awards, including trio of the year, album of the year and song of
the year.
Invite a friend to attend.
Faith Christian Assembly is located at 13820 Seal Beach Blvd.,
outside the St. Andrews Gate, in Seal Beach.
Sunday services include: adult Bible class at 9:30 a.m., early
worship at 10:30 a.m., and celebration worship at 5:30 p.m.
The Faith Fellowship Group meets at 11 a.m. on Tuesdays in the
Garden Room for games and fellowship
Midweek Bible study meets at 7 p.m. on Wednesday in the Garden Room.
For a free newsletter and more information, call 598-9010 or
visit www.FCAchurch.net.
Rock Church
AWARD-WINNERS The Cornell Trio will perform in concert
Sunday at Faith Christian Assembly.
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A 9 a.m. service features
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A free patriotic concert is
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Redeemer Lutheran Church
joins many other Christian
congregations this Sunday in
celebrating The Festival of the
Holy Trinity.
Pastor Gil Moore will speak
on the theme of “The Trinity.”
Copies of the Athanasian Creed,
a precise minitheology lesson on what
the Trinity is,
will be distributed in the
Sunday bulletin.
The reader
will be Carol
Costello and
L a r r y N o r- Pastor Gil Moore
lander will be the prayer leader.
Altar flowers will be provided
by Anita Smart in honor of her
great-grandsons’ birthdays.
The choir will sing “Come,
Join the Dance of Trinity.”
The Sunday service begins at
10:30 a.m., followed by fellowship with coffee, tea, and cookies
in the fellowship hall.
A Bible class, led by Pastor
Lynda Elmer, meets Wednesdays
at 10:30 a.m. in the hall.
The group is studying the
Book of Job.
The class is open to everyone.
Devotions will be held at 4
p.m. today, Thursday, in the Seal
Beach Health and Rehabilitation
Center dining room.
Website for the congregation
is available at www.redeemerlutheransealbeach.com
The Respite Center meets on
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Salvation Army
Singers, band on program
The Home League of The Salvation Army will meet at 7 p.m. on
Monday, May 23, in Clubhouse 4. Greeters will be Shirley Rayhill
and Leona San Severino.
The Singing Company and Junior Band from Tustin Ranch Salvation Army Church will present a musical program. The junior musicians, aged 7-14,will be assisted by senior members. The youngsters
participate in junior church and Sunday school before moving on
to the senior band.
Maj. Irene Seiler will welcome those who attend and make
announcements of upcoming events. Cherrie Green will lead the
Congregation Sholom
See PROGRAM, page 21
Friday service begins with Shabbat
– John Retterath photo
CELEBRATION – Fr. James Hartnett and Sr. Shawn Pauline,(standing, rear) join members
of the Little Flower Guild 90 and older who were honored at a potluck luncheon.
Little Flower Guild
Members 90 and older honored at luncheon
Members of The Little Flower Guild shared a
potluck luncheon recently to honor members 90years of age and older.
Guests included Sister Shawn Pauline, administrator of Avila Gardens, an independent living community and Fr. James Hartnett of Holy
Family Catholic Church.
•••
The guild will meet at 1 p.m. today, Thursday,
in Clubhouse 2.
Guest speaker will be Fr. Juan Cababoy, pastor
of Holy Family Church.
Guild members and Leisure World residents
are invited.
Refreshments will be served after the meeting.
Members are reminded to pay their dues.
The Guild welcomes new members. Annual
dues are $5.
Beit HalLev
LW Baptist Church
LW synagogue
offers services
every Friday
Simonsons to
sing duet at
early service
The Friday program at Congregation Shalom May 20 will
begin with Shabbat services at
6:30 p.m. in the Clubhouse 3
lobby. The service, led by visiting Rabbi Mordecai Kieffe, will
be followed by an Oneg Shabbat
in Room 9.
The Saturday service with
Rabbi Kieffer begins at 9:30 a.m.
Services will be followed by a
potluck Kiddush luncheon and
Torah study.
The Lag Ba’omer picnic is
planned on Sunday, May 29, in the
Clubhouse 1 picnic area. Cost is
$5 per person. Kosher hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers, and
potato salad will be served.
To attend, contact Ruth Hermann or Jeff Sacks by May 23.
The early short story book
club will meet at 1 p.m. on June 7.
For more information, call
Carol Levine, 505-3622.
For a ride to services, to offer
rides or receive a newsletter, call
Jeff Sacks at 431-8050.
St. Theodore
Rev. Riley will be celebrant Sunday
St. Theodore of Canterbury Episcopal Church will celebrate the
first Sunday after Pentecost, known as Trinity Sunday, at the May
22 service. The Rev. Reese Riley will be the celebrant for Holy
Communion. The service begins at 10:30 a.m. in the Clubhouse 3 lobby. A
coffee hour follows in Room 9. All are welcome.
A fellowship luncheon will be held at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1, in Clubhouse 3, Room 2. A movie will be shown after
lunch. Tickets are $10, and reservations are required.
The Rev. Lisa Rotchford will be the celebrant for Holy Communion on Wednesday, May 25. The service begins at 11 a.m. in the
Chapel, 1240 Oakmont Road, 52-B. Leisure World Baptist Church
welcomes new members Bob
and Ann Simonson to the 9:40
First Christian Church
Galit Levy-Slater
a.m. service on Sunday in Clubmission and purpose is to cel- house 4.
ebrate Jewish traditions through
The couple will sing a duet and
liturgy, prayer, joyful music and the choir will sing a special arFirst Christian Church welcommunity involvement.
rangement of “Beautiful Savior.” comes everyone to the five Bible the day Sunday with Elder Jack
Beit HaLev is starting with
The congregation will join in studies held during the week and Frost teaching from the book of
Acts.
Friday evening services and will with the hymns, “He Lifted Me,”
the
fellowship
and
Communion
Fellowship in the hospitality
ultimately add a Saturday morn- “Since I Have Been Redeemed,”
service each Sunday morning.
ing Torah service.
and “Jesus is All the World to
The 9 a.m. Bible study begins
An outreach program is also Me.”
See BIBLE, page 21
being planned to bring services
Pastor Rolland Coburn will
to shut-ins and those who, for any close his series in the Book of
reason, cannot attend the services. Genesis in chapters 49-50 with
For more information, con- the title, “Fear, Forgiveness and
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493-2680.
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in the church rectory.
at 8:30 a.m., Monday-Saturday.
Beit HaLev, House of the
Heart, a new Jewish congregation
in Leisure World, invites anyone
seeking a new Jewish spiritual
path, to attend Friday night Shabbat (Sabbath) services.
The congregation meets in
Clubhouse 6, Room B. The service begins at 7 p.m., followed
by with an Oneg Shabbat (dessert
and schmooze) in the hospitality
suite downstairs.
Judaism, like all religions, is
experienced differently by each
person.
Beit HaLev, the vision of
Rabbi/Cantor Galit Levy-Slater,
is an egalitarian, inclusive and
welcoming congregation. Its
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HEALTH &FITNESS
NEWS
Seniors Keeping Fit
Exercise, health classes
available each week in LW
Dr. Alexa Chai
Health Care Center
Urologist Dr.Chai
guest speaker at
meeting May 25
Urologist Dr. Alexa Chai will
speak on the topic “The Overactive Bladder and Urinary Incontinence” at an 8 a.m. breakfast
meeting on Wednesday, May 25,
at the Health Care Center.
The event will be open to the
Leisure World community. Seating is limited, and reservations are
required. For more information
and to register, call 795-6204.
Dr. Chai, who is available
by appointment once a month
at the HCC, provides care and
surgical treatment for diseases
and conditions of the kidney,
bladder, urinary tract and male
reproductive system.
Appointments are available
from 8-11:30 a.m. on the third
Wednesday of the month at the
HCC.
For more information or to
make an appointment, call 4939581.
Parkinson’s Support Group
Speaker from Hoag
added to program
The Parkinson’s Support
Group will meet at 1:30 p.m.
on Monday, June 6, in Clubhouse
3, Room 2. The speaker will be
Mignone Trenary, Hoag Hospital’s Parkinson’s Advocate.
Trenary will provide information on support opportunities for
the disease in and around Leisure
World. A question-and-answer
session is planned. Complimentary refreshments will be
provided. For more information, call
Sally Steenbergen at 685-1205.
Feeling Good Exercise
Move to the music from 9:30-10:30 a.m., Mondays and Thursdays, in Clubhouse 1.
The fee is $3 a class and the instructor is Sarah Grusmark. People
of all fitness levels are welcome.
For more information, call Cathleen Walters at 598-9149.
Seniors Keeping Fit
Low-impact cardio dance and hand weight classes are held at
6 a.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, in Clubhouse 6.
Workouts include stretching, aerobic exercises and strength training to exercise DVDs. No fees are required.
For more information, call (310) 489-2390.
Upper Body Strength Class
One-hour classes are offered from 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. on
Tuesdays and Thursdays in Clubhouse 6. (Participants do not have
to go both days).
The fee is $4 per class, payable at the start of the month, or $5
a class for those who do not attend regularly. All levels of ability
are welcome.
For more information, call Dorothy Anderson at 493-0601.
Ageless Grace
Classes are held from 4:30-5:30 p.m., Mondays, in Clubhouse
6 through April 4. The cost is $5 per class, $30 for eight sessions.
Classes, taught by Kathy Streng, consist of 21 movements practiced in a chair for greater stability.
For more information, call 331-3322 or go to www.agelessrace.com.
Stick, Qigong, Tai Chi Club
Stick exercises, qigong and tai chi chih classes are held from
9:15-11 a.m. on Tuesdays in Clubhouse 3, Room 1.
For more information, call Joann Mullens at 596-3936.
Chair Exercise
Classes are offered from 9:30-10:30 a.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays
See CLASSES, page 25
Senior Meals
Seal Beach Community Services, in cooperation with Community
Senior Serv, offers a weekly hot meals program at the North Seal
Beach Community Center, 3333 St. Cloud Dr. The center is open from
9 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday. Lunch is served weekdays at 11:15
a.m. Arrive by 11 a.m. to check in at the front desk. Reservations
are not needed. Sugar-free desserts offered on request. Suggested
donation, $3 for seniors 60 and older; $5 for all others. For more
information, call 430-6079.
The Los Alamitos senior lunch and bread program offers the same
menu from 11:15-11:30 a.m., Monday-Friday, at the Los Alamitos
Youth Center, 10909 Oak St. Suggested donation: $3-$5 for seniors,
$5 for people 59 or younger. For reservations, call 430-1073, ext.
526. Bingo played Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The month’s
menu is posted on bulletin boards in each clubhouse.
Monday, May 23: Holly Farm chicken with gravy, mashed
potatoes, whole baby carrots, tropical mixed fruit.
Tuesday, May 24: Breaded potato-crusted pollack, garlic herb
rice, Brussels sprouts, diet cookie.
Wednesday, May 25: Tostada salad, with ground beef, mixed
salad, corn, black beans, cheese and tomatoes, chips, salsa, seasonal
fresh fruit.
Thursday, May 26: Roast turkey with gravy, yams with marshmallows, green beans, cranberry sauce,pineapple chunks.
Friday, May 27: Hot dogs on wheat bun,with diced onions
and relish, potato wedges, carrot and raisin salad, apple pie and ice
cream, fresh fruit.
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Dr.Kathleen Trivich Dr. Sanat Patel
Nurse Yoonie Hyun Jo
Health Care Center
Two new internal medical
specialists,nurse join staff
The Health Care Center welcomes two new board-certified internal medicine specialists and a new nurse practitioner to its expanded
medical staff. Dr. Kathleen Trivich and Dr. Sanat Patel joined the HCC
on May 10. They are working with Dr. Ellen Dayon, Dr. Mary Sherman and Dr. Nancy Smith to provide high quality care to residents.
The new nurse practitioner on the primary care team is Yoonie
Hyun Jo, who joins nurse practitioner Marie Puffpaff in working
with the HCC physicians.
The nurses will help in all aspects of patient care, including diagnosis, treatment management and patient consultations. Puffpaff
is also available to help any of Dr. Rudolph Haider’s patients with
their health needs. Dr. Haider no longer practices at the center.
“Dr. Trivich and Dr. Patel are a great addition to our staff,” said
Diane Gebel, MS, RN, HCC administrator. “Both are highly regarded internal medicine specialists who are committed to providing
high-quality care to their patients. We are also pleased to expand our
services with the addition of Yoonie Hyun Jo.”
Dr. Trivich has more than 30 years experience in internal medicine, emergency medicine and family practice. She attended medical
school at Wayne State University and completed her internship and
residency at Detroit General Hospital.
After years of attending to patients with specific medical needs in
the emergency room, Dr. Trivich now focuses on the whole patient,
providing medical care, treatment and support for the long term. Dr. Patel brings nearly 25 years of experience as a general internist to the HCC.
He has held numerous leadership positions with medical groups
and hospitals.
LW Emergency Meals
Leisure World Emergency Meals offers a meals delivery service
Monday-Friday for $5 a meal, $25 a week. LW volunteers will deliver a hot meal, which includes salad and dessert, to any resident,
regardless of medical status. Menus subject to change. People recuperating from illness or surgery, or those who prefer not to cook,
are welcome to call 430-9056 to schedule deliveries.
Monday, May 23: Barbecue pork loin, macaroni and cheese,
Brussels sprouts, salad, dessert.
Tuesday, May 24: Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, country kitchen
vegetables, salad, dessert.
Wednesday, May 25: Cheese enchiladas, Spanish rice, glazed
carrots, salad, dessert.
Thursday, May 26: Chicken adobo, jasmine rice, green beans,
salad dessert.
Friday, May 27: Crispy baked tilapia, rice pilaf, garlic, lemon
ginger and broccoli salad, dessert.
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ARTS & LEISURE
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Cribbage Club
Genealogy Club
Fun Time Pinochle Club winners from Dec. 28: Richard
Van Wasshnova, 11,360; Diana Lambert, 10,410; Ruth Bonnema,
10,260; Diane Van Wasshnova, 10,030. Games are played at noon
on Mondays in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Diane Van
Wasshnova at 430-6590.
•••
Best Time Monday Night Bunco Club winners Dec. 28:
Most buncos: Tie between Gino Pelegrino and Julie Milburn. Most
wins: Aileen Ackerman. Most babies: Wilma Rojo. Most losses:
Fred Houghton. Door prize winner: Peggy McKendrick. The next
meeting will be on Jan. 11. Start 2016 by coming to play and meet
new people. There is a break between games for socializing. Coffee
and treats are served. The club meets at 6 p.m. on the second and
fourth Mondays of the month in Clubhouse 3, Room 1. For more
information, call Gail Levitt, 596-1346.
•••
Saturday Social Bunco Night Bunco Club winners Dec. 26: Dan Galliani
Most buncos: Tie between Rosie Marie Sprague and Suzanne Murphy. Most wins: Darlene Smith. Most babies: Susie Weisenstein.
Tournament Poker Club
Most
losses: Tie among
Isabel
Hamilton,celebrated
Simone Gornowicz
INTERNATIONAL
FOLK
DANCERS
Cinco deand
Mayo at the May 6 meeting of the
club.Hayes.
It meets
every
the lobby
ofThe
Clubhouse
3 at is10:30 a.m. to practice and learn
Jean
Door
prizeFriday
winner:inJoyce
Ingram.
next meeting
country
from around
the world.
Everyone
invited.
on
Jan. 9dances
in the Clubhouse
3 Lobby.
Signups
begin atis12:15
p.m.
Due to the demand for tables, a 12:30 p.m. arrival is advised. Play
begins
at 1 p.m. The club meets the second and fourth Saturdays of
LW Library
the month. For more information, call Doris Dack, (714) 356-0446.
•••
Burning Tree Duplicate Bridge games resume Jan. 8-9 after the
Dan Galliani was the final
holiday break. Games are played at 12:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturtable
winner in the Tournament
days in Clubhouse 1. Players should arrive by 12:15 p.m. Call Jaye
Poker
Club event on Dec. 19 in
Woodington for reservations or cancellations at 799-1089. CancelClubhouse
6.
lations should be made before 11:50 a.m. on game day.
Galliani,
a member of the club
•••
for
nine
years,
had a hand of king,
The
Leisure
World
Library
Jolly Time Pinochle Club winners Dec. 26: Ruth Bonnema,
queen, 10, and two 3s.
will
extend
its
summer
Saturday
11,70; Bonnie Freund, 11,250; Charlie Miller, 10,700; Peg Kaspar,
Galliani, and his wife, Mary,
hours Games
of operation
beginning
9,880.
are played
from noon-4 p.m. Saturdays in Clubhouse have lived in Mutual 7 for 10
May 21.
1. For more information, call Peggy Kaspar at 799-0433.
years. A retired fire inspector, he
On Saturdays through Sept.
•••
also enjoys playing pool.
24, the library will stay open until
Leisure
Other table winners were Roy
3:30
p.m. World Duplicate Bridge Club. Gene Yaffee, who is retiing after
more than
24 years
of directing duplicate bridge, was honored Mittelsteadt, Bob Pinkerton and
Librarian
Vanessa
Morris
by
the the
club
onhours
Dec. will
28. Overall
hopes
new
encour- winners in the club championship Wendy Wu, who was also the
game
Dec.
21:
First
in
Strat
A: Larry Topper-Bob Goldstein; second dealer.
age residents who normally can’t
in
Strat
A:
Bill
Linskey-Larry
Slutsky;
thirdGeffner
in Strat A:
Rob
Preecevisit the library to come in and
Sandy
and
Taylor
White Jeff Calflesh had the high hand
Fern
Dunbar;
fourth
in
Strat
A,
first
in
Strat
B:
Howard
Smith-Joyce
of three kings and two queens.
explore all the benefits the library
Henderson;
fifth
in
Strat
A,
second
in
Strat
B:
Christine
Frumen-John
Dolien Nguyen had the second
Producers Club
provides.
Hagman; sixth in Strat A: Joan Tschirki-Chie Wickham; third in Strat highest hand of three queens and
B:GRF
JoanMovie
and Ted Wieber; fourth in Strat B: Walter Johnson-Jeanette a pair of deuces.
The club seeks new members.
Estill; fifth in Strat B: Midge Dunagan-Lynn Danielson; sixth in Strat
January,
players
can
Producers
Club will
presentStarting
its fifth in
annual
murder
mystery,
B: Bea Aron-Tybie Becker; first in StratThe
C: Paul
Chen-Mark
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6 on the
second Saturday
is setMondays
for 7 p.m.and
on Thursdays
Saturday, June
4; a matinee
performance
is at 1
Yaffee-Sue Boswell. Games are played
in house
of the
p.m.,
Saturday,
11, in
Clubhouse
4. month.
the lobby at Clubhouse 3 beginning
at 12:30
p.m.June
Players
should
“The
rated
Once qualified,
they can join
Doors willoropen
at 6:15
p.m. and at 12:15
p.m., respectively.
The
arrive
byGrand
12:15 Seduction,”
p.m. to confirm
their reservations
by noon
without
for
annual
dues
of
$10.
PG-13,
will
be
shown
on
May
25
cost
is
$5
and
entitles
ticketholders
to
six
50/50
tickets
and
assorted
a reservation or a partner (every effort will be made to locate one).
Members play at noon on Satsnacks;
at 2get
andhelp
7 p.m.
in Clubhouse
4. to make
To
finding
a partner or
or bring
cancelbeverages.
a reservation for
urdays
in Clubhouse
Come
and
laugh
at
the
antics
of
several
detectives 6.
asCheck-in
they vie
A
much-needed
boost,
in
the
Mondays, call Midge Dunagan at 594-9698; for Thursdays, call
time isspoofs
11:45 old-time
a.m.
for
a
Mystery
Solvers
award.
The
show
detectives
form
of
a
new
factory,
is
promised
Cookie Pham at 431-6453. To cancel a reservation on game day or
and their relatives. The cast of zany characters includes a thief and
to report
the residents
oflate,
the tiny
to
running
callfishing
481-7368 between noon-1 p.m. No game
a murderer.
village
St.
Marie-La-Mauderne,
will be played today, Dec. 31.
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Your
Information
to take
up full-time
residency
on Dec. 17: Marilyn Allred, 13,870;
Friendly
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Club winners
Dial Direct,
the
island.
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the
villaglost and
found is
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NEWS
Poetically Speaking
From the Leisure World Creative Writers Club
Editor’s Note: This poetry feature will showcase original poems
by members of the Creative Writers Club of Leisure World and
other GRF members. The club’s Poetry Workshop meets on the
first Monday of the month at 1:30 p.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 9.
The Fiction/Nonfiction Group meets on the second Wednesday
at 1:30 p.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 9.
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We have our day and our night
but never move from out of His sight.
He is our
Internal star.
—Janice Baylis
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by writer Rachael Rifkin at the Los Alamitos-Rossmoor Library at
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HUI O HULA: Hawaiian band Hana Hou, led by Horacio De Jesus (r), helped make Hui O
Hula’s May Day party a success. Mahalo a nui/many thanks go to musicians Jos Smith (l-r)
on steel guitar, Carrie Kumabe on bass, Gil Valdes on percussion, and singers and ukulele
players Diana Pemstein and Marti Carl. Everyone at the party enjoyed their music so much
that Hui O Hula has invited them to come back July 16. The lobby of Clubhouse 3 has been
booked. Thanks to Kathy Thayer at Recreation Department for helping. Hula classes are going on every week. Call Kaye Huff 431-2242 for class times and locations during Clubhouse
6’s floor renovation.
LW Dance Classes, Clubs
The following is a partial list
of dance classes and clubs available in Leisure World:
• Ballet: A one-hour class is
held at 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays
in Clubhouse 6, second floor. No
experience is necessary. Men and
women, including beginners, are
welcome. Classes, taught by Mel
Lockett, are $3 each. For more
information, call Lynn R. Heath
at 296-5588.
• Dance Club: A basic ballroom dance class for beginning
and intermediate dancers is
taught from 6:15-7:15 p.m. on
Fridays in Clubhouse 6, Room
C. A second class, Six weeks of
Tango, is from 7:15-8:15 p.m.
The class is for all dance levels.
The cost is $6 per class or $10
for both classes. Jeremy Pierson,
999-1269, is the dance instructor
with 20-plus years of professional
dance experience.
• Dancing Feet Club: The
club hosts ballroom and line
dancing in Clubhouse 2 every
fourth Sunday of the month.
Line dance is taught from 6-7
p.m., followed by social dancing
from 7-9:30 p.m. Admission is
free. Guests may bring their own
drinks and snacks. There will be
50/50 raffles. The club also holds
dance lessons and practice every
Thursday from 7-9 p.m. in Clubhouse 6. For more information,
call Ed Bolos at (551) 998-4223.
• Flowering Step Line Dance:
Free classes are held at 10 a.m. on
Mondays and the third Tuesday
of the month in Clubhouse 2.
Young-Ah Ko is the instructor.
For more information, call (310)
658-0379 or 296-8068.
•Fun Exercise Line Dance
Club: Intermediate line dance
meets from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
on Wednesdays in Clubhouse 6,
Room C; membership is $10 a
year. For information, call Suzanne Ahn, 810-1614.
• Grapevine Line Dance:
The class meets from 3-5 p.m. on
Thursdays in Clubhouse 6, Room
C (beginners, 3-4 p.m.; intermediates, 4-5 p.m.), and from 1-3
p.m. on Fridays in the Clubhouse
3 lobby (beginners, 1-2 p.m.;
intermediate-advanced, 2-3 p.m.).
Classes are free; people may join
any time. Newcomers and dancers
who need review should attend the
beginners class from 1-2 p.m. on
Fridays. For more information,
call Jack or Aranee Carrigan at
596-8273.
• Hui O Hula: Beginners meet
on Monday from 10-11:15 a.m.,
upstairs in Clubhouse 6. Hula lessons continue for the intermediate
and advanced dancers afterward;
Tuesday class starts at 1:15 p.m.
upstairs in Clubhouse 6. All skill 598-9974.
•Leisure Whirlers Square
levels are welcome. For more
information, call 252-9676 or and Round Dance Club: The
club will have a “Think Pink”
email [email protected]
• International Folk Dance dance party on June 3 in ClubClub: Learn easy line and circle house 4 from 6:30-9:30 p.m.
dances from around the world There will be music, dancing and
at 10:30 a.m. on Fridays in the a finger-food potluck. Pre-rounds
lobby of Clubhouse 3. Beginners are from 6-7 p.m. The first half
hour will be more advanced round
are welcome.
• Joyful Line Dance Club: dances. Square and round dances
The club meets from 3:30-5 p.m. will be alternated from 7-9 p.m.
on Wednesdays in the lobby of Potluck and socializing starts at
Clubhouse 3 and at the same 9 p.m. There will be a singles
time for practice on Fridays in the rotation, so everyone can dance.
Amphitheater. Membership is not Cost is $6 per person. For more
required. For more information, information, call Lenore Velky
at 237-2682.
call Anna Derby at 301-5339.
The club’s next dance is June
• Kang Nam Dance Studio:
Stretching is from noon-12:15 10. The theme has not yet been
p.m., followed by line dance determined.
• Line Dance: Novice beginfrom 12:15-2 p.m., taught by
Aranee Carrigan, on Tuesdays ners meet at 10 a.m. on Tuesdays
in the lobby of Clubhouse 3. No in Clubhouse 6; $3 per class.
experience is necessary. To sign Barbara Magie is the instructor.
up or for more information, call Advanced beginners meet at 10
a.m. on Thursdays in Clubhouse
Philip Bak, 431-0321.
•Leisure Time Dancers: Ball- 3, Room 6; $3 per class.
• Saturday Morning Dance
room dance classes will resume
this Monday in Clubhouse 6 after Club: Learn East Coast swing
a brief hiatus. A class in Texas two from 9-10 a.m. and the bolero
step starts at 2 p.m. and rumba, at from 10-11 a.m. on Saturdays in
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• Leisure World Cloggers: 6. Pat Erickson is the instructor.
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From page 1
kebab and other choices with a Polynesian flair.
In 1993, Akemi Welsh started Polynesian Paradise, a professional
entertainment troupe specializing in the traditional dances and music
of the Polynesian Islands.
Over the years, Polynesian Paradise has visited 34 states, performing on stage at venues such as Freneticore Dance Theatre in
Houston, Texas; Artcore Inc., Casper, Wyoming; Wiltern Theatre,
Live Nation, Los Angeles; and Westchester Community College,
Smart Arts, Valhalla, New York, among other locales.
The company has toured all over the world, including such exotic
destinations as Abu Dhabi, China, Japan, Guam and the Marshall
Islands.
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Stitch Hawaiian Party” at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood and a
nightly eight-week run at the Pageant of the Masters in Laguna Beach.
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and at Disney’s animated feature “Lilo & Stitch.”
Polynesian Paradise dancers can also be seen dancing in Adam
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Other highlights include performances at the Playboy Mansion,
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Rob Zombie, former mayor of Los Angeles Jim Hahn, and former
governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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Good Times Roll
Malt Shoppe Revue pays tribute to days of floats, rock ’n’ roll
Community Sing leaders Lewis and Felicia Ward
Community Sing
Longtime leaders to retire May 23
Community Sing has been in existence since the beginning of
Leisure World. Lewis and Felicia Ward have been in charge for 11
years and will retire at the end of this season.
“We have enjoyed our tenure, but it is now time for others to take
over,” said Lewis. “The song leaders and pianists need your support
for the Sing to continue as usual on Monday evenings.”
There are openings for a coordinator and an emcee. Contact one
of the following leaders to volunteer or for more information: Ellen
Brannigan, 594-9606; Ethel Carter, 493-3054; Carmen Edwards,
431-4257.
The Sing will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, May 23, for the final
session of the current season.
The club will resume on Sept. 12, the Monday after Labor Day.
The season continues until the Monday before Memorial Day.
On May 23, amateurs will sign in at 6, prepared to sing for three
minutes only.
Group singing, led by Lewis Ward, begins at 7 and continues until
the “Share Your Favorite Recipe” party. Singles or couples should
bring a salad, entree, or dessert to share. Coffee, tea and cold beverages will be provided. Leftovers will be taken to a local women’s
shelter. Party time begins right after “Kumbaya” closes the musical
part of the evening. Everyone is welcome.
Restaurant Review
Sumran Thai offers delicious fare
Leisure World residents are welcome to submit reviews of their
favorite restaurants and should include their names, and mutual
and telephone numbers.
The restaurant’s full name, telephone number, address and operating hours should be provided. The reviews are subject to editing
and will run as space allows. Email them to [email protected]
For more information, call News Editor Ruth Osborn, 472-1277.
Sumran Thai Cuisine
6482 Westminster Blvd.
Westminster
(714) 892-1149
Pam McDougal
LW contributor
by
Two friends and I recently enjoyed a late lunch at the Sumran
Thai Cuisine restaurant, a casual eatery in a strip mall with Thai
specialties, beer and wine.
We enjoyed cashew chicken, noodles, shrimp and a delightful
appetizer that was a specialty for that day.
The service and food were exceptional.
The meals were deliciously seasoned, reasonably priced and
enticing to the eye and the palate.
I would not hesitate to take more people to this modernly designed
restaurant to experience a delightful meal.
DANCE
From page 10
meet from 9-10 a.m. on Thursdays on the Amphitheater stage. Some
tap or dance experience is helpful but not required; cost: $5. For
information, call instructor Louise Guest, 756-2078.
• Velvetones Jazz Club Dance: The big band plays dance music
at 6 p.m. on the first and third Sundays of the month in Clubhouse
4. All are welcome.
• Zumba Club: Stef Sullivan teaches the class with dance steps
inspired by salsa, merengue, cha-cha, raggaeton, Cumbia, Bollywood, jazz, hip-hop and disco. Classes, $3, are held at 5:30 p.m.
on Mondays, 8:30 a.m. on Tuesdays, 5 p.m. on Wednesdays, 8:30
a.m. on Thursdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. on Saturdays and 2:30 p.m.
on Sundays. Classes are held in Clubhouse 6, except the Thursday
class, which meets in Clubhouse 3.
Classes will be canceled today, May 19.
The Good Times Roll Club
will host a Malt Shoppe Revue
at 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 21, in
Clubhouse 2. All Leisure World
residents who enjoy rock, pop,
and doo wop are invited to a free
show and dance.
Before soccer fields, fast food,
and iPhones, teenagers spent their
afternoons after school at local
soda fountains and malt shops.
The Malt Shoppe Revue will pay
tribute to those simple days with
root beer floats and rock ’n’ roll.
Doors will open at 6:15 p.m.
There will be time to socialize
and dance before and after the
performances, which are scheduled to start at 7.
Club performers Frank Destra, Vic DeGrazia, Shalla Callahan, Lu DeSantis, Carmen
SBTV-Channel 3
The following is the SBTV-3 television schedule for the week. Time Warner
broadcasts on Channel 3 (subscribers
must have a digital box or digital adapter)
and Frontier FIOS subscribers can watch
it on Channel 37:
Thursday, May 19
4 pm Abilene
5 pm Harmonizing Humanity No. 4
5:30 pm Inside Leisure World
6 pm HICAP Explained
6:30 pm Motorola Hand Held Radio
7 pm Studio Cafe
8 pm
Americana Awards 2016
10 pm Studio Cafe
11 pm Beach TV
Friday, May 20
4 pm Feeling Fit
5 pm
Silver Age Yoga
5:30 pm Inside Leisure World
6 pm Calvary Chapel
6:30 pm Harmonizing Humanity No. 5
7 pm Ocean Perspectives
8:30 pm Vintage Vehicles
9 pm Studio Cafe
10 pm Beach TV Concert Series
Saturday, May 21
4 pm Cabaret Tribute
Harmonizing Humanity No. 4
5 pm
6 pm
McGaugh 3rd Grade Concert
8 pm
LAUSD
10 pm Vintage Vehicles
11:30 pm Cerritos Center
Sunday, May 22
4 pm
Seal Beach Planning
Commission Meeting,
5/16 replay
5 pm
Ocean Perspectives
6 pm
Inside Leisure World
6:30 pm Pulse of the Port
7 pm
Abilene
8 pm
Studio Cafe
9 pm
Life and Times in SB:SBPD
10:30 pm Beach TV
11 pm Vintage Vehicles
Monday, May 23
4 pm Feeling Fit
5 pm
Silver Age Yoga
5:30 pm HICAP Explained
6 pm
Studio Cafe
7 pm
Seal Beach Council, live
Tuesday, May 24
4 pm Cabaret Tribute
5 pm
HICAP Explained
5:30 pm Inside Leisure World
6 pm
Motorola Hand Held Radio
6:30 pm Harmonizing Humanity No. 4
7 pm McGaugh 3rd Grade Concert
8 pm
Studio Cafe
10 pm Vintage Vehicles
11 pm Live at the Ford
Wednesday, May 25
4 pm Abilene
5 pm
Harmonizing Humanity No. 5
6 pm
Inside Leisure World
6:30 pm Pulse of the Port
7 pm
Life and Times in SB: SBPD
9 pm
Studio Cafe
10 pm Ocean Perspectives
11:30 pmLive at the Ford
*All programming is subject to change.
Edwards, Audrey McKenzie,
Sally Glauser, and Charlie Guggino will be joined by Tosca
Lies and Johnny Vanek. Josie
Del Pino, Sherry Vanek, Tosca
Lies and Sally Glauser will be
back-up dancers for some special
Dino’s
numbers.
Joe Tucky will be announcing and Ben Berg, with vocalist
Vicki VanErt, and the Rhythm
Rockers will play their special
brand of rock ’n’ roll music for
dancing and listening. Dancing
will follow the show.
Bring beverages. Along with
the root beer floats, the club
will have coffee, ice and cups
available.
There will be a 50/50 drawing
after the show.
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All Meals Include Soup or Salad, an Entree and Dessert
Entrees include:
Corned Beef and Cabbage
O’Malley’s Prime Roast Beef Sandwich
Roasted Turkey and Avocado Sandwich
Whiskey Chicken Boxty
The Pub Burger
Dessert
Bread Pudding
Brown Bread Ice Cream
All Offers Subject to Change Anytime
“There are no strangers at O’Malley’s, only friends you haven’t met yet.”
140 Main Street • Seal Beach • (562) 430-0631
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Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
CLUB MEETING SCHEDULE
ARTS & CRAFTS
Art League, 4th Thurs. (except Nov., Dec., July,
Aug.), 7 p.m., CH 4, 431-4124
Art Classes, Mon., Wed., Thur., Fri., 9 a.m.-noon;
Fri., 1-4 p.m., CH 4, Art Room, 594-6064
Ceramics, Wed., 10 a.m.-2 p.m., CH 4, Ceramics
Rm, 533-7011
Clay Crafters, Mon., 1-4 p.m., Fri.; 1-4 p.m.;
CH 4, Ceramic Rm., 493-1810
Creative Writers, Poetry Wkshp, 2nd Wed., 1:30
p.m., CH 3, Rm. 9; Fiction-Nonfiction Wkshp,
1:30 p.m., 4th Fri., 1:30 p.m., CH 3, Rm 1; gen’l
mtg., 4th Fri., 3 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 1
Knit & Crochet, Tues., 9 a.m., CH 4 Ceramics
Room, 598-1079
Lapidary & Jewelry Making, M-F, 8:30 a.m.2:30 p.m. except holidays, CH 4 Lapidary Facility
Make ’Em Laugh, Thurs., 10:30 a.m., CH 3, Rm.
9, except 1st Thurs., meet in Loft at Amphitheater
Oil Painting, Tues., Fri., 9 a.m.-noon, CH 4
Photographic Arts, 2nd Thurs., 1:30 p.m., gen’l
mtg. and workshop, CH 3, Rm. 9, 430-7978
Producers Club, acting class, 1st, 3rd Wed., 1
p.m., Amphitheater Loft, 598-0880
Quilting Bees, Wed., 9 a.m., CH 3, 858-1833.
Theater Club, regular mtg., fourth Fri., 10 a.m.,
Amphitheater Loft; Tap Dance, Thur., 9:30-10
:30a.m., Amphitheater Stage, 596-6358
The Writers Group, 1st, 3rd Thur., 1-3 p.m.,
CH 3, Rm 6, 596-5033
Woodcarving, Tues., 1-3 p.m. CH2, 799-0966
BRIDGE
Bridge, ACBL Duplicate, Mon. and Thurs.,
12:15 p.m., CH 3 Lobby
Bridge, ACBL Duplicate, Burning Tree, Fri.
and Sat., 12:15 p.m., CH 1
Bridge, Midday, Mon., 12:30 p.m., CH 1,
342-9807
Bridge, Combined, Tues., 6 p.m., CH 1, 342-9807
Bridge, Mon., Mon., noon, CH 1
Panhellenic, Bridge, 1st Fri., 12:30 p.m., CH 3
CARDS & GAMES
Best Time Bunco, 2nd, 4th Mon., 6 p.m., CH 3,
Rm. 1, 596-1346
Bingo, Coin Club, 1st Fri., 6 p.m., CH 3, Rm.
2, 431-1901
Bingo, Little Flower Guild, 3rd Sun., 1 p.m.,
doors open; 1:30, early bird; CH 2, 594-0209
Bingo Lovers, 2nd, 4th, 5th Fri., 6 p.m., CH 1,
(951) 488-8219
Bunco Social Club, 2nd, 4th Sat., 1-3 p.m., CH
3, (714) 356-0443
Cards, Little Flower Guild, 1st Thurs., 12:15
p.m., CH 2, 799-0117
Chess, Fri., 2-8 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 7
Cribbage, Tues., 12:30 p.m., CH 1, 242-4674
Diamond Poker Club, Tues., 5-9 p.m., CH 3,
Rm. 1, 493-5214
Euchrites, Wed., 5-8 p.m., CH 3, 431-2682
Good Time Bunco, 2nd, 4th Mon., 6 p.m., CH
3, Room 1, 596-1346
Jolly Time Cards, 2nd Fri.,11 a.m.-4 p.m., CH2,
240-5416
Knights of the Round Table Poker, 7-9 a.m.,
Mon.-Sat., CH 2 card room, 598-6720
LW Tournament Poker Club, 1st, 3rd Sat.,
noon; 2nd Sat., dealing and poker strategy, CH
6, Hospitality Room, 493-1859
Mahjong, Mon., Th., 4:45-8:30 p.m., CH 3, Rm
5, 431-2994
Mexican Train Dominoes, Mon., 5:30 p.m., CH
3, Rm. 9, 430-3448
Pinochle, Friendly, Thurs., 12:30 p.m., CH 1,
430-5828
Pinochle, Mon., 12:30 p.m., CH 1, 431-1045
Pinochle, Sat., 11 a.m., CH 1, lobby, 240-5416
Scrabble, Wed., 1-4 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 5, 598-1384
Sheepshead Club, 1st, 3rd, 5th Fri., 6-10 p.m.,
CH 3, Rm 6, 341-0249
Social Club, 4th Fri., 11:30 a.m., CH 2, 240-5416
Variety Poker, Tues., 4-7 p.m., CH 6, 295-8014
Y-Yahtzee Rollers, 1st, 3rd Fri., 1-4 p.m., CH
3, Rm 6; (951) 488-8219
DANCE
Ballet, beginning, Sat., 1:30-2:30, CH 6, Rm
C, 296-5588
Dancers & Mixers, (ballroom dancing), 1st
Tues., 7-9:30 p.m., CH 4, 431-1257
Dance Club, Fri., 6-8 p.m., CH 6, Rm. C, times
may vary, 296-5921, 999-1269
Dancing Feet Ballroom and Line Dance Club,
4th Sun., 6-9:30 p.m., CH 2; line dance lessons,
Thurs., 7-9 p.m.; Sundays, 4-6 p.m., both CH 6;
(551) 998-4223
Entertainers Club, 3rd Fri., 6-9 p.m., dance
and entertainment, CH 4, 296-5921, 221-4745
Flowering Step Line Dance, Mondays and the
3rd Tues., 10 a.m., CH 2, 296-8068
Grapevine Dance Club, Thurs., 3:30-5:30 p..m.,
CH 6, Rm. B, 596-8273
Hui O Hula, Mon., 10 a.m., Tues., 2 p.m., CH 6,
See schedule on the LW website:
www.lwsb.com
Rm C, 252-9676, [email protected]
International Folk Dance, Fri., 10:30-11:45 a.m.,
CH 3, lobby, 594-4338
Joyful Line Dance Club, Wed., 3:30 p.m., CH
3, lobby; 3:30 p.m., Fri., Amphitheater, 301-5339
Kang Nam Dance Studio, Tues., noon-2 p.m., CH
3, 431-0321
Leisure Time Dance, Mon., 2-4, CH 6, 301-6119
Leisure World Cloggers, Wed., 8:30-11:30 a.m.,
Amphitheater, 598-9974
Line Dance, Beg., Tues., 10 a.m., CH 6, 596-4690
Line Dance, Tues., 6 p.m., CH 6, upstairs, 596-4690
Line Dance, Beg. Adv., Thurs, 10 a.m., CH 3, Rm
6; Sat., 1 p.m., CH 3, Rm 9, 799-1061
Line Dance, Beg. Adv, Sat., 1-3 p.m., CH 3, Rm
9, (714) 531-1698
Saturday Morning Dance, 9, Sat., CH 1, 493-2445
Suede Sole Dancers, Sun., 6 p.m., CH 6, 301-5339
Tap Dance, beginning, Tues., 12:30 p.m., Amphi
stage, 493-3497
Velvetones Jazz Club, 1st, 3rd Sun., 6 p.m., CH
4, 296-8199
Whirlers Square Dance, 1st Fri., 6:30-9 p.m., CH
4, pre-rounds, 6:30; 594-4924
Zumba Dance Class, Sun., 2:30 p.m., CH 6, upstairs;
Mon., 5:30 p.m., CH 3; Tues., 8:30 a.m., CH 6; Wed.,
5 p.m., CH 6; Thurs., 8:30 a.m., CH 3, lobby; Fri.,
8:30 a.m., CH 6; Sat., 11 a.m., CH 6
EDUCATION
Investment Forum, 2nd Tues., 2 p.m., CH 3, Rm.
6, 596-7888
Korean American Computer Forum, 1st, 3rd
Wed., 3-5 p.m., CH 6, Rm. B, (951) 639-7129
Korean-English ESL Club, Wed., 9:30 a.m., CH
3, Rm. 4, except for 3rd Wed., in Rm. 9
LW Historical Society, CH 1, 619-4871
Open Forum, 1st, 3rd Tues., 10 a.m., CH 3, Rm.
2, 430-2435
Science Discussion Club, 2nd and 4th Thurs., 2
p.m., CH 3, 430-2435
HOBBIES & SPORTS
Amateur Radio Club, 1st Wed., 10 a.m., CH 3,
Rm. 9
Astronomy, 1st Wed., 7-8:30 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 3,
860-0902
Coin Club, 2nd Wed., 1:30 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 2
Computer Club, 2nd Tues., 1:30 p.m., CH 3, 5442210; 430-8912
Computer Group of Friendship Club, 9 a.m.noon, 1st, 2nd and 4th Mon., CH3, Rm. 4; 9 a.m.noon, 3rd Mon, CH6, Rm. B; 1-2 p.m., 4th Tues.,
CH3, Rm. 7; 431-8050, or (714) 642-0122
Garden Club, 3rd Mon., 1:30 p.m., CH 2, 596-2848
Genealogy Club, general meeting, 4th Wed., 10
a.m., CH 3, Room 1, (714) 801-3746
Genealogy Library, CH 3, Rm 10, open 1-4 p.m.,
Tues., Wed., Thurs., (714) 801-3746
Golf, Men’s, 2nd Tues. (Jan., March, June, Sept.,
Nov.), 9 a.m., CH 3, Room 1
Golf, Women’s, 1st Mon., 10 a.m., CH 3, Rm 1,
431-2622
Happy Bikers, Tues., Thurs., Sat., Main Gate, 7
a.m., 296-5398
Make ’Em Laugh, Thurs., 10:30 a.m., CH 3, Rm. 9
Mini Farmers, 4th Thurs. every second month (3rd
Thurs. in Nov), 9 a.m., CH 3, Rm. 2
Pool, Ladies “Q,” 2nd Wed., 10 a.m., CH 1, Ladies
Pool Room, 430-3448
Pool & Billiard, Men’s, 3rd Monday (Dark JuneAug. and Dec.), 6:30 p.m. , CH2, 209-3183.
Leisure Leggers, meet at CH 6, Mondays, 8 a.m.
for a walk or jog around Leisure World.
LW Bowling Club, Tues, 12:30 p.m., Westminster
Lanes, 6451 Westminster Blvd., 626-8318
LWRV Club, 3rd Tues., 6-7 p.m., CH 4, 596-5934
LWSB Book Club, 3rd Thurs., 1-3 p.m., CH 3,
Rm. 7, 248-8711
LW Tennis Club, Sun., Tues., Thurs., 8 a.m.,
Rossmoor Park, 296-5833
Saltwater Club (all ocean activities), times, dates,
places vary, 286-5031, 756-3701
Scrapbook Club, 4th Sat., 1-4 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 4
Shuffleboard, Practice, CH 1 shuffleboard court,
Mon., 2 p.m., (714) 887-9821
Shuffleboard, Meeting, 1st Wed., 9:30 a.m., CH
1, 296-8185
Silver Fox Classic Car Club, 2nd Tues., 6 p.m.,
CH 3, Rm. 2, 787-4090
Single Travelers, 1st Tues, 6 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 3,
230-7464
Stamps & Collectibles, 1st Wed., 1:30 p.m., CH
3, Rm 9, 493-9818, 431-4111
Table Tennis, daily, 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m., CH 6
Traveling Tigers, 3rd Wednesday, noon, CH3,
Rm 9, 594-6960
Video Producers, 4th Thurs., 9-10 a.m., CH 5,
431-6586, ext. 287
MUSIC
Ad Hoc Chorus, Tues., 4 p.m., CH 3, lobby
Barbershop Singing Club, Tues., 7-9 p.m., CH 3,
Rm. 9 or lobby, 431-4221, [email protected]
Community Sing, Mon. , 6:30 p.m., CH 1, 5969684
Dixiecats, Mon.10-11:30 a.m., Amph., 310-430-0601
Dixieland Jazz Club, 1st Wed., 6:30 p.m., CH 4
Guitar, Fri., 1-4 p.m., CH 6, Rm. B, (714) 381-1140
Guitar and Ukulele, Fri., 1-3:30 p.m., CH 3, Rm.
9, 481-7663
Karaoke, Wed., 5:30 p.m., CH 1; practice session,
Tues., 1-3 p.m., CH 6; 493-0484
Korean American Chorale, Fri., 9:30-11:30 a.m.,
CH 3, Rm. 9, 431-3036
Korean-American Classical Music Academy,
2nd, 3rd & 4th Thur., 9:30-11:30 a.m., CH4,
431-3039
Korean-American Guitar Club, Thur., 9:30 a.m.noon, CH 6, Room B, 342-9946
LW Chorale, Mon., Wed., 9-11 a.m., CH 3, Rm.
1 or 2, 596-6921
LW Opera Club, 1st Tues., CH 3, Rm 1; 2nd Mon.,
CH 3, Rm 2; 1:30-4:30, 296-5586
LW Symphony Orchestra, Mon., Wed., 12:302:30 p.m., Amphi. stage, 338-3946 or 296-8175
Velvetones, Wed. 3-5 p.m.; concerts, 1st and 3rd
Sundays, 6 p.m., CH 4, 296-8199
NATIONALITY/CULTURE
American-Latino Club, 1st Fri., noon, CH 4
Amy and Friends Show Club, 2nd Mon., 6-9 p.m.,
Amphitheater, 280-0209
Britannia Club of LW, 2nd Thur., 2:30 p.m., CH
3, Rm. 1, 596-6754
Chinese Friendship Club, 1st Thurs., potluck; 2nd
Wed., 3rd and 4th Thurs., 1-8 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 1,
431-0258, 430-2209
Filipino Association of LW, 2nd Sun., 2-8 p.m.,
CH 3, Rm. 1, 493-1406
Italian-American, 1st Wed., noon, CH 4, 431-6368
Korean American Club, 2nd Thurs. odd months,
5 p.m., CH 4, 900-2993
LW Women’s Sing-Along Club, Wed. (except 4th
Wed.), 2-3:30 p.m., CH 4, Section C, 431-1791
Nikkei Club, 2nd Sat., odd-numbered months
(except May, July, 3rd Sat.), 10:30 a.m., CH 4,
Sec. A and B, 296-8237
Touch of Dutch, 2nd Thurs., 7 p.m., CH 3, Rm
2, 493-6904
Vietnamese American Club, last Fri., noon, , CH
3, Rm. 1 or 2, (714) 322-8086
OCCUPATION
Calif. Retired Teachers Ass’n, even months, 1st
Fri., noon, CH 2, 431-3083
National Active & Retired Federal Employees
(NARFE), 2nd Mon., 1 p.m. Veterans Community
Ctr., 101 E. 28th St., Long Beach, 594-9602
POLITICAL
LW Democratic Club, 3rd Tues. (except July, Aug.,
Dec.), 1 p.m., CH 4, 594-1119.
LW Republican Club, 3rd Wed., 7 p.m., CH 4, Rm.
C, (714) 222-4342
RELIGIOUS
Buddha Circle, 4th Saturday, 9:30-11 a.m., CH 4
Chinese Bible Study Fellowship, Tuesdays, 1:303:30, CH 3, Room 5
Christian Fellowship and Fun Club, 4th Tues.,
6 p.m., CH 4, 799-6191
Community Church Women’s Fellowship:
Friendship meetings, 2nd Tues., 11 a.m., Edgar
Hall, Com Church; Deborah Circle, 4th Tues., 11:30
a.m., CH 3, Rm. 6; Esther Circle, 4th Tues., 10:30
a.m., Fireside Room, Com Church
Course in Miracles Group, Fri., 4-5 p.m., CH 3,
Rm. 8, 598-5593
Korean Catholic Fellowship, 1st Wed., 5 p.m.,
CH 3, Room 6; 3rd Saturday, 5 p.m., CH 3, Room
4, 296-8047
LDS Family Home Evening, 3rd Mon., 6 p.m.,
CH 3, Rm 1; Sept.-June, 795-9113
Our Lady of Africa Mission Guild, 1st Wed.,
10:30 a.m. CH 3, Rm. 2
Little Flower Guild, 3rd Thurs., 1 p.m.; CH 2
Salvation Army Home League, Monday (except
5th week), Sept.-July, 7 p.m., CH 4, 209-2399
SELF IMPROVEMENT
AA Friends, Wed., 3:30 p.m., 430-6343, 594-8212
Ageless Grace, Mondays, 4:30-5:30 p.m., CH 6,
Room C, 331-3322
Cancer Support Group, 2nd, 4th Tues., 10 a.m.,
CH3, Rm 5, 594-0938, Lil, 430-2025
Clutterers Anonymous, (866) 402-6685
Chair Exercise, Tues., Fri., 9:30 a.m., CH 1, 431-0839
Early Risers, cardio workout, Tues., Thurs., 6
a.m., CH 6, upstairs, (310) 489-2390
Feeling Good Aerobics, Mon.,Thurs., 9:30 a.m.,
CH 1, 430-9379
Impaired Vision & Hearing, 4th Tues., 2 p.m.,
CH 3, Rm 1, 431-4026
Joy Walking & Jogging Club, Sat., 7-9 a.m.
(DST-summer); 7:30-9:30 a.m. (DST-winter),
Amphitheater stage.
Low Impact Aerobics, Mon., Thurs., 9:30-10:30
a.m., CH 1, 430-9379
LW Chair Exercise, Tues., Fri., 9:30 a.m., CH
1, 430-9379
Pilates Club, chair class, Thurs, 5:30-6:30 p.m.,
CH 6, Rm. A; mat class, Thurs., 6-7 p.m., CH 6,
Rm. C, 430-6044
Qi Gong & Tai Chi Chih, Tues., 9:15-11 a.m.,
CH 3, Rm. 1, 596-3936
Relax & Alert Meditation, Sat., 9:30 a.m., CH 6
Senior Fitness, Thurs., 9:30 a.m., CH 1, 430-9379
Upper Body Strength Class, Tues., Thur., 11:1512:15, CH 6, 493-0609
Vini Yoga Therapy w Mat, Fri., 10:30-11:30
a.m., CH 3, Rm 7
Wa-Rite, Fri., 8:15-9 a.m. weigh-in, 9 a.m. meeting, CH 3, Rm 1, 795-0356
Yoga, Tues., 10-11 a.m., CH 4 lobby; Thur., 10-11
a.m., CH 3, Rm. 1; Saturday, 10-11 a.m., CH 3,
Rm. 2 or 9, 506-5063
Yoga Meditation and Tai Chi, Sat., 9:30 a.m.,
CH 6, 493-6719
Yoga with Travis, Wed., 10:30-11:30, CH 3, Rm 6
Yoga on Mondays, Mon., 5:30-6:30 p.m., CH
4, 562-225-0273
SERVICE ORIENTED
American Legion Auxiliary, genl. meeting, 3rd
Mon., 1:30 p.m., CH 4, Section A; board meeting,
2nd Fri., 1-3 p.m., CH 3, Rm 4, 594-0209
American Legion Post 327, gen. mtg, 3rd Mon.,
1:30 p.m., CH 4, Rm. C; board meeting, 2nd Tues.,
9 a.m., CH 3, Rm. 2; 430-2891
Children A Priority (CAP), 1st Thurs., catered
lunch at noon, CH 4; reservations: 493-1294
Concerned Shareholders of LW, 3rd Tues., 2
p.m., CH 3, Rm. 2
Knights of Columbus, 3rd Wed., 7:30 p.m., St.
Isadora Church, Los Alamitos, 708-5500
Military Officers Assoc. of America, 3rd Thursday, 6 p.m., Navy Golf Course, Cypress, 430-6512
Na’Amat, 3rd Mon., 12:45 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 2,
596-3767
Parkinson’s Support Group, 1st Mon. of the
month, dark July-Aug, CH 3, Rm 2; 1:30-3 p.m.,
685-1205
PEO, Chapter RT, 2nd & 4th, Mon. (dark June,
July, Aug., Dec.), 10:30 a.m., CH 3, Rm. 9
Salvation Army, Mon., 7 p.m., CH 4, 296-8539
Senior Patriots for Peace, 2nd Fri., 1 p.m., CH
4, program; 3rd Wed., 3 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 3, open
board meeting; 896-8604
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4048, 4th Tues.,
social, 6 p.m.; meeting, 7 p.m., Bldg. 6, Naval
Weapons Station, 493-8227
We the People Club, 1st Wed., 6:30 p.m., CH 2,
(714) 743-7000, [email protected]
Where We Live, 3rd Thurs. CH 3, Rm. 2, 6:30
p.m., 431-2234, [email protected]
The Woman’s Club board mtg, 3rd Thur., 2
p.m., CH 3, Rm 3; card party, 3rd Fri., 11:30, CH
2; gen’l tea meeting, 1st Tues., 1:30 p.m., CH 2
Y’s Service Club, 3rd Wed., CH 3, Rm 2, 7:30 a.m.
SOCIAL
Friendly Couples, 2nd Wed., 5:30 p.m., CH 3,
Room 2, 430-2891
Gadabouts, 2nd Sun., 1:30 p.m., CH 2, 598-3743
Hot Diggity Dog Club, 4th Wed., 6 p.m., CH 3,
Rm 3, (310) 713-6696
LW Humanist Association, 1st Sun., 10:30 a.m.,
CH 6, Room B, 209-3183
LW Phil-Am Social Club, last Fri., 2-8 p.m., CH
3, Rm. 2, 431-6508
LW Sunshine Club, Fri., 10-noon, CH 3, Rm. 2
(except 1st Fri.), 301-5339
LW RV Club, 3rd Tues., 6 p.m., CH 4, 596-5934
New York Club, 1st Sun., 1:30 p.m., CH 2
Paws, Claws & Beaks: A Pet Lover’s Club, 2nd
Wed., 3 p.m., CH3, Rm. 3, 446-0130
PEO Chapter RT Card Club, 4th Wed., 11:30
a.m., CH 2, 431-9863
Rainbow Sisters, 1st Tues., 6-8 p.m., CH 3, Rm.
2, (530) 902-5117
Rollin’ Thunder Golf Cart Club, 4th Tues., 1
p.m., CH 3, Rm. 2, 431-6859
Schmooze Club, 2nd Tues., 10 a.m., CH 3, Rm.
9, 598-2022
Yiddish Club, 1st Thurs., 7 p.m., CH 3, Rm. 2,
431-3774
Calendar listings, changes or deletions must be
made in writing at The News Office or email
information to [email protected] The News
Office is open weekdays from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
GARDEN OF THE MONTH—Larry Virgil of Mutual 5, 13600 Cedar Crest Lane, was recognized for his gardening prowess this month. He’s had this succulent garden since he moved
to Leisure World eight years ago and has never watered, a great boon in times of drought.
Few plants have died despite the lack of water. To make a garden-of-the-month suggestion,
call 296-8696 or 446-0245. The Garden Club meets in Clubhouse 2 at 1:30 p.m. on the third
Monday of the month and is dark in July and August. All are welcome.
Community Karaoke
Singers take a turn on CH 1 stage every Wednesday
FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY: LW resident Darlene Williamson
looks through the collection of small gift books at the bookstore.
Friends of the Library
Volunteers are needed at bookstore
Volunteers are needed for the Friends of the Library Bookstore.
Applicants should be able to walk and shelve books. People work
three-hour shifts—in the morning or afternoon— two to four times
a month. Applications are available at the bookstore located across
the patio from the Leisure World Library.
Beginning May 21, the bookstore will be open from 9:30 a.m.
3:30 p.m. on Saturdays, same as the weekday hours.
At last week’s Community
Karaoke parties are held each sions are Tuesday in Clubhouse
Karaoke party, Mike Breen got Wednesday in Clubhouse 1 from 6 from 1-3 p.m. All are welcome
some gals line dancing while 5:30 p.m. Karaoke practice ses- to come and listen or sing.
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singing “Achy Breaky Heart” 10
in a performance that was much
appreciated.
Walt and Sue Pippo revived
memories as they sang “You Beat
Me To The Punch.” The duet
was followed by Gerry Tagulao,
“Blue Velvet”; Pete Tupas, “A
Blossom Fell”; Vito Villamor,
“Four Walls”; Rick Herring, “Let
It Be”; and Rosemary Freman,
“Fools Rush In.” Paul Ranaldi
had everyone join him in “Hey
Jude,” and Cully Eaby, Byong
Choi and Helen Schultz chose
gospel tunes. Bob Barnum and
According to a Harvard Survey, 95% of people aged 60 and older
T Smith did a smooth “Peaceful
Easy Feeling.”
said they would want to know if they had Alzheimer’s Dementia.
Everyone is welcome, especially new guests, to listen to
At PRI we’ve initiated an investigational/research medication study
club performers. There is coffee
and snacks available. Some perfor people with Mild Cognitive Impairment and/or mild-Earlyformers sang three tunes as host
Alzheimer’s Dementia. Qualified participants will receive at no
Walt Bier kept the entertainment
line-up moving.
Fred’s Mexican Cafe
July 4 fund-raiser
at HB restaurant
helps Bolsa Chica
The Bolsa Chica Conservancy and Fred’s Mexican Cafe
will host a Fourth of July fundraiser brunch. Enjoy ocean views,
an all-you-can-eat champagne
brunch, and unobstructed views
of the Huntington Beach Fourth
of July Parade.
The brunch is from 9-10:30
a.m., July 4. Check-in will begin
at 8:45 a.m.
Fred’s Mexican Cafe will donate 100 percent of the proceeds
to support the Bolsa Chica Conservancy’s education programs.
Contact Leary Salupen at
(714) 846-1114 or [email protected] to reserve a table.
Embroiderers Guild
The Long Beach Chapter
of the Embroiderers’ Guild of
America, Inc., will meet at 11
a.m. on Friday, May 27, at California Heights United Methodist
Church, 3759 Orange Ave., in
Long Beach. Idele Gilbert will
teach how to make a beaded
Humbug scissor fob.
cost:
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Including MRIs and PET-scans, usually costing thousands
of dollars;
As well as study-related care and laboratory assessments.
Early diagnosis enables you and/or your loved ones to make
deeply personal decisions pertaining to finances, living
arrangements and medical care. So, if you or your loved one has
even mild forgetfulness, we invite you to call us for a confidential
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OC Health Care Agency
Food safety award goes to GRF
The Orange County Health Care Agency, Environmental
Health Division, presented an Award of Excellence to the Golden
Rain Foundation “in recognition of consistently protecting the
residents and visitors of Orange County through excellence in
food safety and sanitation at your food facility.”
The Orange County Health Agency has classified Clubhouses
1, 2 and 4 as retail food facilities due to the kitchens and their
use by clubs and catering companies.
Awards will be displayed on the kitchen wall next to the
Orange County health permits in the three clubhouses.
The Award of Excellence Program was implemented in 1999
in an effort to encourage food facilities to strive for excellence
in food safety and sanitation practices, and to recognize those
who succeed.
Award recipients include retail food facilities meeting eligibility as determined by a review of the food facilities’ 2015
inspection reports.
The inspection reports concluded that food handling practices
and overall sanitation in the kitchens of Clubhouses 1, 2 and 4
were outstanding in 2015.
This year’s award is valid through December.
Life Story
Memoir writing will be topic May 27
Author and poet Fred Wind will teach people how to write their
life stories at a class May 27. The Leisure World Creative Writers
Club invites everyone to join members at 1:30 p.m. in Clubhouse
3, Room 1. Discover a fast and easy method to share stories with
relatives and friends. Beginning writers are especially welcome.
Call 596-9013 for more information.
NEWS
SB Chamber
Community Expo
comes to LW May 21
The Seal Beach Chamber will
host the Leisure World Community Expo 2016 from 10 a.m.-1
p.m. on Saturday, May 21, at
Clubhouse 4 and adjacent parking
lots. Seal Beach businesses will
showcase their services and products at this one-of-a-kind event.
Services and products will be
geared to appeal to all residents
of this active adult community.
There will be food vendors.
The expo will include exhibits by the Seal Beach Police
Department, the Orange County
Fire Authority and the Golden
Rain Foundation Emergency
Operations Center. Miss Seal
Beach and her court will make
an appearance.
Goods and services for sale
will include special discounts
for Leisure World residents who
attend the expo.
Voter Registration
The deadline to register for
the June 7 presidential primary
election is May 23.
People can register online at
http://registertovote.ca.gov.
THEATER CLUB—Tosca Lies (l-r), Taylor White and Sally
Glausser hold yellow ribbon that will be used to make large
bows for Yellow Ribbon Day. The large yellow bows will adorn
the light poles along Golden Rain Road. Yellow is a common
symbol of support for U.S. troops. It is also a remembrance
for prisoners of war and those missing in action (POW/MIA).
Theater Club
Yellow Ribbon Day honors Vietnam vets
by Taylor White
LW contributor
“Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree”—this song, first
sung in the early 1970s, has become an icon for welcoming home
American military veterans. Back in the 1970s; however, veterans
of the Vietnam War were not warmly welcomed when they came
home. They did not get parades or applause at airports.
Now more than 50 years later, the Leisure World Theater Club
invites every resident of Leisure World to help give Vietnam veterans
the “Welcome Home” they never
had as part of LW’s Memorial Day
observance on Monday, May 30,
at the Amphitheater.
Residents are asked to “Tie a
Yellow Ribbon” somewhere on
their property. The Theater Club
will make large yellow bows that
will be displayed along Golden
Rain Road from the front entrance
to the Amphitheater.
Yellow Ribbon Day is not
meant to diminish the honor and
bravery of other veterans but to
create a sense of belonging for
all U.S. troops.
To volunteer club or individual help, make suggestions or
for more information on Yellow
Ribbon Day, call Taylor White
at 596-6358.
The News
Submissions are
welcome from
LW residents
The News welcomes editorial submissions from Leisure
World residents. Articles should
be emailed, if possible.
Typed and legible handwritten
copy will be accepted. Submissions should include the contributor’s name, mutual number and a
phone number.
The deadline is Thursday at
4 p.m.
For editor contact information, see page 4 of The News.
Submissions may be edited
for grammar, clarity or number
of words without notifying the
writer, according to GRF policy
2810.
Articles may be accompanied
by high-resolution images. Digital photographs should be at the
highest resolution possible, i.e.
MB files and not KB.
Do not retouch photos or add
special effects.
Photographs must be well
composed and focused. Include
first and last names of subjects
up to five people.
Individual names are not required for group shots.
Photos of substandard quality
will not be accepted.
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NEWS
COMMUNITY
July will bring changes to routes, new location
by CatHie MerZ
communitY editor
The Security, Bus and Traffic
Committee recommended several
changes to current Minibus routes
that were approved by the Golden
Rain Foundation Board of Directors at the April meeting.
Among the changes that will
begin in July is adding an additional day, Monday, for the Trader
Joe’s bus with stops at the Marina
Pacifica Mall, by request, and at
the shopping center behind the
Hampton Inn off Westminster
Boulevard.
The off-site shuttle will depart
from the Health Care Center
on Mondays and Wednesdays
between 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on
the hour and half-hour. Return
trips will be made at 9:40 a.m.,
10:10 a.m., 10:40 a.m., 11:10
a.m., 11:40 a.m., 12:10 p.m.,
12:40 p.m., 1:10 p.m.,1:40 p.m.,
2:10 p.m. and 2:40 p.m. Times
are approximate and may vary
depending on the number of
stops made.
The shuttle bus will travel
to Marina Pacifica Mall and
then Trader Joe’s. Stops for the
shops behind the Hampton Inn
Mutual 7
Spring swap
meet is May 26
Mutual 7 is holding its annual
spring cleaning swap meet from
8:30 a.m. -1 p.m. on Thursday,
May 26, according to President
Sue Rotter.
It will be held in the grassy
area of Central Park, off Northwood Road between buildings
164 and 165, (between St. Andrews Drive and Southport Lane).
All residents are invited to
browse for treasures and bargains. The public is also invited
to attend.
For further information, call
Chairperson Sandra deDubovay
at 598-6561.
Cathie Merz, staff photo
THE EVENING “B” BUS will be “on-call” beginning in July.
and Denny’s will be made on the
return trip to LW.
Another change is an additional transfer hub at the Amphitheater bus shelter on each of
the daily “A,” “B,” “C” and “D”
routes. A stop will be added midway through the route to reduce
ride times by providing transfer
points from one bus to another.
The last daily trip of the day
will be eliminated on each daily
bus route. The last trip through
Leisure World will be start just
before 3 p.m. and end about 4
p.m. depending on the route.
“Some adjustment will be
needed for those who use the
bus in the evening,” said Grant
Winford, fleet manager.
The Evening “B” bus will
begin its run 45 minutes earlier
and conclude about 6 p.m. There
will be one fixed evening run
from 4:15-4:45 p.m.; after that
time, the bus will operate on an
“on-call” basis.
Residents who want to ride
the evening bus will need to call
431-6586, ext. 379, to have a bus
dispatched to the closest location
to the requested pick-up point.
Riders are advised to allow for
a 15-20 minute window for the
bus arrival, similar to calling for
Make ‘em Laugh
Laughter is contagious, join the fun
Beverly Bender co-founded
the Make ‘em Laugh Club with
Janice Laine last November because she’s on a mission to keep
people laughing. The Make ‘em
Laugh Club meets at 10:30 a.m.
on Thursdays in Clubhouse 3,
Room 9. It is an opportunity to
laugh for an hour every week.
In addition to this outlet for
laughter, the Health Care Center’s
past administrator asked Bender
to present her information at the
health center on a regular basis.
So for the past year and a half,
Bender has given her “Laughter
for the Health of It” presentation
on the second Wednesday of
every month at 1:30 p.m. in the
conference room.
If anyone can make someone
laugh, it’s Bender. She’s a professional motivational speaker with
a master’s degree in gerontology
Beverly Bender
and a certified laugh therapist.
She’s on a quest to get everyone
laughing because it’s so good
mentally and physically.
Bender invites everyone to
join her for an hour of improv and
joke telling. Audience participation is suggested but not imperative. Laughter is contagious so
it’s certain all will be giggling.
a taxi.
This is not an appointment
and should not be confused with
the Access/Wheelchair bus. Residents who need the Access Bus
must call for a reservation.
•••
The Amphitheater bus will
begin its summer schedule next
See MINIBUS, page 19
Mutual 11
Sunshine Club
Safe senior driving is topic Friday
Officer Thomas Joy from
the Orange County Sheriff’s
Department will be the Sunshine
Club’s guest speaker at 10 a.m.
tomorrow, Friday, May 20, in
Clubhouse 3, Room 2.
His presentation will be “Age
Well, Drive Smart,” an overview
to driving safer and longer into
one’s older years. The presentation will be shown on a large
screen.
Joy has been a police officer
for 25 years. He began his career
in the Altadena area and also
worked in Baldwin Park, Santa
Ana and on the Orange County
Background Unit.
He is currently assigned to the
Westminster area and has been the
public information officer since
October 2014.
The Sunshine Club is designed to help people get along in
the community and for neighbors
to have better communication
and to get the best out of living
in Leisure World. It uses The
News as a textbook to go over LW
news, general columns, minutes
from Golden Rain Foundation
meetings, etc.
The club meets from 10 a.m.-
Officer Thomas Joy
noon on Fridays, in Clubhouse 3,
Room 2 (except the first Friday
in Room 8). All shareholders are
welcome to attend; membership
is not required.
Bring a mug for refreshments
to help “Save The Earth” and
to save the costs of supplying
paper cups.
For more information, call
Anna Derby, 301-5339.
Sunshine Club
Luncheon/ election ‘Ode to My Father’ airs Monday
The Sunshine Club will show the movie, “Ode to My Father,”
English subtitles, at 2 p.m. on Monday, May 23, in Clubhouse
will be held May 26 with
2;admission is free. Arrive few minutes early for the courtesy of others.
Mutual 11 will hold its election and annual potluck luncheon/
party on Thursday, May 26, in
Clubhouse 4.
The election will begin at 10
a.m., followed by the luncheon
at 11:30 a.m.
Subway sandwiches, potato
salad, water and coffee will be
furnished. Since it is a potluck,
See LUNCHEON, page 25
Where We Live
LW’s website
discussed today
The Where We Live Club will
meet at 6:30 p.m., today, May
19, in Clubhouse 3, Room 2.
The guest presenter will be Keith
Bague, computer guru, who will
discuss the community website,
lwsb.com.
Bague is also available for
individual computer assistance.
For those without a computer,
information sheets giving the
name, address, and/or telephone
number of persons to contact for
information will be available.
Since many shareholders
are unable to attend committee
meetings and GRF meetings
during the work day, the Where
We Live Club meets in the early
evening so those people can keep
in touch with what is happening
in the community.
All are welcome to the Where
We Live Club meetings.
To be added to the club e-mail
list, send an e-mail to [email protected]
The movie is the second highest grossing film in Korean cinema.
It is a South Korean drama about the life of Yoon Deok-soo (Hwang
Jung-min), a boy who was separated from his
father and younger sister during the confusion of
the Korean War.
By tracing the lives of an old couple, viewers
will see what Koreans went through from the
1950s-1970s as they survived hardship in foreign
lands and made sacrifices to support their families.
The attitude of this couple’s children is a reflection
of the younger generation who has forgotten the
hardship of their parents.
The Sunshine Club is presenting the movie to
introduce the Korean culture to others, so neighbors might understand
each other better. Popcorn will be served.
For further information, contact Anna Derby at 301-5339.
Rolling Thunder
Golf cart club meets May 24, noon
The Rolling Thunder Golf Cart Club will meet at noon on May
24 at the Clubhouse 1 picnic area. The club will meet at this location
through August.
At the meeting, plans will be made for the annual July 4 golf cart
parade through Leisure World and maintenance days set for July 9
and Oct. 8.
The club will also establish a committee to develop written
policies for safe operation and driving etiquette of golf carts in LW.
The club recently purchased a bus bench to be placed in front of
the Clubhouse 2 entrance.
The club received eight new members as a result of the LW Club
expo at a recent farmers market.
Community Bingo
All invited to bingo Sundays in CH2
Bingo sponsored by different Leisure World clubs is played at
1:30 p.m. on Sundays in Clubhouse 2. The doors open at 1. All LWers are welcome.
The May 22 games will be hosted by the American Legion.
The New York Club hosts the first Sunday of the month; Gadabouts, second Sunday; Little Flower Guild, third Sunday; and the
American Legion the fourth and fifth Sundays.
Complimentary refreshments are served.
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American-Latino
Argentine tango comes to LW
The American Latino Club will present “The Argentine Tango”
with the well-known Argentinian singer Carlos Bosio from noon-4
p.m. on Friday, June 3, in Clubhouse 4. The cost is $10 per person
for lunch and the show.
Lunch will include a green salad, empañadas (Argentinian meat
pies), dessert, coffee and lemonade.
The last day to make reservations is May 31. Call Maria Rodriguez,
430-3405; Carmen Edwards, 431-4257; Amy Walker, 280-0209; or
Alicia Ortuzar, 430-2869. Payment will not be accepted at the door.
Social Club
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The Y Service Club is selling
MiraFiber cloths to raise
funds to send kids to camp.
Make cleaning easier. The
cost is $6 each or 5 for $25
and comes with instructions.
It’s great for gifts. Call member Glenna Hoff at 296-5040.
This is an ongoing, yearround project.
Cards played,
lunch served
on May 27
The Social Club of Leisure
World invites tables of four to
come for cards and lunch on May
27. Lunch is $3. The group meets
each fourth Friday at 11 a.m. in
Clubhouse 2 with lunch served
at 11:45.
This month pizza, salad,
snacks, coffee and tea will be
served.
Call Joan Taylor, 240-5416, or
Marj Earls, 199-8449, to reserve
lunch. All cancellations must be
made by Wednesday, May 25.
KACMA
Music of Wagner, great tenors studied today, CH4
The Korean-American Classical Music Appreciation Academy
(KACMA) meets from 9:3011:30 a.m., today, May 12, in
Clubhouse 4. The class is taught
in Korean.
Robert Chung will share “Arirang,” performed by Kim Yuna
(figure skater) at the Vancouver
2010 Winter Olympics, and “Let
Me Fall,” sung by Josh Groban.
Ken Chong will follow with a
presentation on the life and music
of Richard Wagner, and introduce
the great tenors.
All are invited to attend
the Korean music classes from
9:30-11:30 a.m. on the second,
third and fourth Thursdays of the
month in Clubhouse 4.
The objective of the KACMA
is to promote fellowship through
interpretation, appreciation of
classical music, including symphony, operas and by attending
concerts.
For information, call Grace
Kim, 431-3039; Robert Chung,
387-7377; or Yoon Soo Park,
431-3036.
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Friendship Club
Learn about
Skype Monday
Computer classes hosted by
the Friendship Club are taught
by Jeff Sacks, Keith Bague and
Maxine Smith.
• Monday, May 23, in
Clubhouse 3, Room 4, 9 a.m.,
Introduction to Apple Computers, Sacks; 10 a.m., computer
advice on all topics; 11 a.m.,
Skype — Video Communication
for the Beginner, Bague; noon,
Microsoft Word.
• Tuesday, May 24, Clubhouse 3, Room 7, noon, Introduction to Computers, Sacks; 1
p.m., Introduction to Windows
10, Bague; 2 p.m., Introduction
to Android, Bague.
The classes are free, but donations are welcome. Wireless
Internet is available.
To be added to the email list
or to suggest class topics, contact
Sacks at 431-8050, (714) 6420122, or at [email protected]
For eBay information, contact
Smith at 493-3679.
NOON SPOONS will gather for lunch at 11:30 a.m. today, May 19, at Acapulco Restaurant,
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594-4270, for a reservation or a ride to the luncheon. The group meets on the third Thursday
of the month. The April luncheon was at Goldilock in Cerritos.
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NEWS
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Silver Fox
Nelson’s purchase from Internet is a blast from past
Silver Fox Classic Car Club
member Jack Nelson’s 1962
Chevrolet Nova is the only car
he owns.
He was working in Ecuador
when he bought it from a broker
in Greely Colorado—on eBay.
“You gotta be stupid to buy a
modified car from a stranger on
the Internet,” he says.
The detail that really got him
was the independent rear suspension, like a Jaguar. “Yeah—and
a lot of other high performance
details,” he thought.
“This looks like really imprudent fun.”
He drove from Greely to
Redondo Beach with his 15-year
old daughter.
“We had a blast, Route 66,
Grand Canyon, Gallup New
Mexico, Boulder Dam. That was
in 2005,” Nelson said.
He has driven about 40,000
miles since then with no mechanical problems— after he
remounted the rear suspension
and got a new drive shaft.
The only electronics in the
car is the stereo and the MSD
ignition box, both of which are
THIS 1962 CHEVY NOVA is the only car LWer Jack Nelson
owns. He is often seen at area car shows sporting his taxi hat.
plug-and-play.
This is an old-school carburetor hot rod, with no smog devices
or digital widgetry. He works on
it with hand tools.
It is so much fun to drive, with
enough “giddy-up”and “sticktion” to be a real sports car. Like
a real sports car, the ride is brutal.
“It corners like Planet Velcro, and
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gets about the same gas mileage
as your giant SUV,” he says.
“No heat, no defrost, no air
conditioning—remember wind
wings and kick panel vents?”
he asks.
Jack regularly attends area car
shows sporting his yellow taxi
hat, when he is not working in
the Galapagos Islands.
The Silver Fox Classic Car
Club is for all who love vintage
cars. It’s not necessary to own
such a car, only to have an interest
in them. The club meets on the
second Monday of the month,
Clubhouse 3, Room 2, at 6 p.m.
On the Go
Day Trips
“See How It’s Done” Mystery Tour – May 24, $79, David Nell/
Good Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
What Once Was Lost – May 25, $99 includes lunch in Pasadena,
David Nell/Good Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
Pala Casino —May 31, $6, $10 back, American Legion Post 327,
Tony Dodero, 430-5828.
Lake Arrowhead—May 31, $79 includes lunch, New York Club, Los
Alamitos Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee Porr,
430-5949; or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
Valley View Casino—June 1, $30 $25 cash back, New York Club,
Los Alamitos Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee
Porr, 430-5949; or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
Pauma Casino — June 8, $15; $10 cash in machine, New York Club,
Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; or Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949.
Lotusland Estate & Gardens – June 15, $89, David Nell/Good
Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
Santa Barbara Shop N’ Sip – June 15, $49, David Nell/Good Times
Travel, (888) 488-2287.
42nd Street – The Broadway Musical at Pantages Theatre – June
18, $135, David Nell/Good Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
“City of Angels” with L.A. step-on guide – June 24, $89 includes
organic buffet lunch, David Nell/Good Times Travel (888) 488-2287.
Big Bear Lake Escape – June 25, $84 includes lunch, David Nell/
Good Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
Tour of Little Italy—June 28, $73 includes lunch, New York Club,
Los Alamitos Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee
Porr, 430-5949; or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
Hollywood Bowl —July 3, $108, New York Club, Los Alamitos
Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949;
or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
Hollywood Bowl – 4th of July Weekend Fireworks Spectacular
– July 3, $89, David Nell/Good Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
Fantasy Springs— July 6, $30, New York Club, Los Alamitos Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949; or
Verna Burns, 596-1896.
Del Mar Horse Races— Aug. 17, $75, New York Club, Los Alamitos
Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949;
or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
See ON GO, page 19
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Pauma
Valley View
Trip set to San Diego area casino Casino day-trip
The New York Club in conjunction with the Los Alamitos
Seniors’ Club will escort a day-trip to Valley View Casino near
San Diego on Wednesday, June 1.
The cost of the trip is $30, with $25 back in slot play.
For reservations and information, call Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743;
Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949; or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
ON GO:
From page 18
Harrah’s Rincon — Daily, free, Amphitheater, 7:15-7:30 a.m., (877)
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Pala Casino — Daily, free, $15 back in slot play, Amphitheater, 8
a.m., (714) 985-9555.
Pechanga Casino — Daily, Amphitheater, 8 a.m., free, $10 in EZ
Play upon arrival, (951) 770-2579.
Overnight Trips
Colonial Mexico and Our Lady of Guadalupe — June 8-14, Holy
Family Church, Claudia Venegas, (714) 414-2038.
Boston, Cape Cod & The Islands – 7-day tour, June 10-16, David
Nell/Good Times Travel, (888) 488-2287.
Mesquite— June 12-15, New York Club, Los Alamitos Seniors’
Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949; or Verna
Burns, 596-1896.
Laughlin, Edgewater— July 24-26, New York Club, Los Alamitos
Seniors’ Club, Phyllis Pierce, 598-3743; Chee Chee Porr, 430-5949;
or Verna Burns, 596-1896.
Best of Northern California — July 27-31, Traveling Tigers Club,
Joanna Matos, 598-1849.
Tehachapi Festivities and Rodeo-Aug. 19-21, Traveling Tigers Club,
Joanna Matos 598-1849, Bobbi Lona, (760) 889-2687.
Vancouver, Victoria & Seattle – 8-day tour August 24-31, David
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AGENDA:
From page 5
f. Security, Bus & Traffic
i. Policy 1927-36, Parking – First Reading (if approved, 30
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11. Staff Reports
a. Controller’s Report – Ms. Miller
b. Executive Director’s Report – Mr. Ankeny
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departs June 8
The New York Club will escort a day-trip to Pauma Casino
on June 8.
The cost of the trip is $15, with
$10 cash returned in the machine.
During the trip, bingo is
played coming and going, and
snacks are served.
The bus picks up at three locations, Clubhouse 4, 7:15 a.m.;
Amphitheater, 7:30; and outside
St. Andrew’s Gate, 7:35.
For reservations and information, call Phyllis Pierce,
598-3743, or Chee Chee Porr,
430-5949.
MINIBUS:
From page 16
week, May 26, for the GRF
Movie. The Amphitheater Bus
will make rounds through the
community beginning at 7:20
p.m. arriving in time for the 8
p.m. show. All passengers will
be taken home at the conclusion
of the Amphitheater event.
•••
Access Bus Service is available Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m.-4
p.m., and Sunday, 7:30 a.m. -1
p.m. No return trips will take place
after 4 p.m. Monday-Saturday, or
1 p.m. on Sunday.
To make reservations, call
431-6586, ext. 379, anytime 24
hours, seven days a week. Reservations may be made only up to
three days in advance. Reservations for return trips should be
made at the same time. Return
trips that are not scheduled will
be made on a time available
basis, after scheduled pick-ups
are made.
A reservation is for one pickup and one return only. Additional
trips on the same day require additional reservations.
LW MARATHON RUNNER Tom Pontac (rear) meets Chinese
marathoners on bullet train.
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Jeanne and Tom Pontac recently returned from a two-week trip
to China. While on the bullet train to Shanghai, they ran into a trio
of marathon runners, who had just completed the Wuhan Marathon
the day before.
As running is a universal language, Tom was able to understand
and share their recent victory. In appreciation, he gave them one of
his marathon shirts and they gave him one of theirs from the marathon, which he is wearing in the photo.
The trip was terrific in many ways but this was definitely one of
the surprise highlights which helped make it unexpectedly special.
For a Healthy Lifestyle, Tom suggests joining the Leisure Leggers
at 8 a.m. on Mondays at Clubhouse 6 for a brisk “walk and talk.”
Dues are 99 cents a year to belong to the “Healthiest Club in Leisure
World.” For information, call Tom at 304-0880.
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NEWS
SPORTS & GAMES
Scoreboard
Fun Time Pinochle Club winners from May 16: Tony Dodero,
12,170; Al Bonnema, 11,500; Joan Taylor, 11,310; tie between Marilyn Allred and Richard Van Wasshnova, 11,150.Games are played at
noon Tuesdays in Clubhouse 1. For more information, call Peggy
Kaspar, 799-0433.
•••
Monday Bridge Club winners from May 16: Evelyn Ingram,
Emily Moubassaly, Pauline Fitzsimons. Games begin at noon in
Clubhouse 1. All bridge players are invited and should arrive between
11:45-noon, with or without a partner. For more information, call
Mary Nell Clark, 296-8570.
•••
Leisure World Duplicate Bridge Club winners May 12:N/S:
First in Strat A: Bill Linskey-Christine Frumen; second in Strat A:
Fern Dunbar-Lavonne McQuilkin; third in Strat A, first in Strat B:
Sue Fardette-Ellen Kice; fourth in Strat A, second in Strat B, first
in Strat C: George Koehm-Jack Dampman; fifth in Strat A, third in
Strat B: Jane Gibbons-Tybie Becker. E/W: First in Strats A and B:
Melanie-Jerry Smith; second in Strats A and B: Jeanette Estill-Ted
Cooper; third in Strat A: Rob Preece-Joyce Henderson; fourth in
Strat A, third in Strat B: Pam Kirkner-Sue Boswell; fifth in Strat
A: Marilyn McClintock-Dalia Hernandez; fourth in Strat B, first
in Strat C: Winnie Warga-John Hagman.Winners May 9: N/S: First
in Strat A: Bill Linskey-Christine Frumen; second in Strat A: Joan
Tschirki-Eileen Nelson; third in Strat A: Al Appel-Emma Trepinski;
fourth in Strat A, first in Strat B: Larry Topper-Lorna Wallace; fifth
See SCOREBOARD, page 21
Puzzle Answers
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Women’s Golf Club
Two shotgun tournaments
set for May 31 at LW course
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Galliani wins
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Dan Galliani won the Texas
Hold ‘em tournament on May 7
with a 9-high. Second through
seventh place finishers were
Nancy Park, Wendy Wu, Judy
Jasmin, Del Baker, Jane Legus
and Joel Michael.
The first high hand winner was
Joel Michael with four jacks and
a 3. The second was Del Baker
with three kings and two aces.
Galliani is a retired fire inspector who was also a singer and
actor. He has lived in Mutual 7
for 10 years. Besides poker, he
enjoys being a member in the
Mens Pool and Billiards Club,
plus singing and dancing.
Tickets for the Hawaiian Gardens Tournament on June 11 can
be purchased by calling Cleo Looney at 342-9400. The $15 cost to
play includes a buffet breakfast
and professional dealers.
Check-in time is 11:30 a.m.
and play begins at noon.
On May 31, the women will
play shotgun tournaments at 7:45
a.m. and 9:15 a.m. Sign-up sheets
are in the golf clubhouse
In the four-person team event
two of the four balls on each hole
will be the team score. The fee to
play is $3 per person. The fields
are almost filled.
For more information, see
the bulletin board in the golf
clubhouse.
•••
A field of 49 members of the
Womens Golf Club played for low
gross, low net and birdies on May
10 at the local course.
In the A flight, Soo Choi
scored a 28 for low gross honors.
Gee Gee Kwak and Ki Yang tied
for low net with 24. Susie Kim,
Bert Thompson and Mary Greig
had birdies.
The B flight low gross winner
was Sun Lee with a score of 30
that included three birdies. Tied
for low net honors with scores
of 24 were Mary Ann Moore and
Soo Kim.
Helen Kim, Soon Ja Min and
Yvonne Yim had birdies.
In C flight play, Sandy Kim
carded a 30 for low gross honors
with a birdie while Judy Ro and
Sally Park tied for low net with
23. Other birdies were made by
Sally Park, Marilyn Hewitt and
Joan Meyer.
D flight honors went to Jane
Legus with low gross of 31 and
Lottie Dolby with a net score of
22. There were no birdies.
Monday Golf
On a gloomy, overcast day,
Bill McKusky won the first flight
at the Willowick course on May
9 with an even par 71.
He also had a birdie and lowest
putts with 28.
Merle McGee was second
with a 73, followed by Ron
Jackson and Jim Dickerson, tied
at 74 and Larry Hillhouse, 79
and a bird.
Tom McCullough shot a sparkling 66 to win the second flight,
with a birdie and fewest putts, 30.
He was followed by Bob
Munn, 69; Lowell Goltra, 72;
and Marv Ballard, 73.
Golfers, get your names in
The News by signing up for the
Monday or Friday golf leagues.
Call McKusky at 506-8618
for schedules and details.
LW Chess Club
This week’s puzzle: White
moves first and for any answer
by black, the white’s next move
is checkmate.
•••
Chess partners are available in Leisure World when
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NEWS
BIBLE
21
Friday Golf
From page 7
room is planned from 9:30-10 a.m., with worship service beginning
at 10:15 a.m. Pastor Bruce Humes will preside.
Margaret Humes will lead the congregation in hymns of worship.
That will be followed by the choir singing “Ivory Palaces”, under
the direction of Anita Ragole.
Ragole will sing “In Remembrance” then Pastor Bruce Humes
will preside over the communion meditation and
service along with the offertory.
Pianist Rhonda Sandberg will play “Deny
Yourself” for the offertory.
Edith Emilio will read the scripture text for the
sermon from Mark 8:34-38, followed by Pastor
Gene Cherryholmes’ message “Deny Yourself.”
Prayer and verse-by-verse Bible studies classes
are offered on Tuesdays with Pastor Humes and
Thursdays with Pastor Cherryholmes, both at
Anita Ragole 9:30 a.m.
The Calvary Chapel Bible study meets at 6 p.m. on Thursdays
with Pastor O’Malley.
Hearing enhancements are available at all church functions.
For more information, call the church office at 431-8810 on
Mondays or Fridays between 9-11 a.m. or leave a message
SCOREBOARD
From page 20
A, second in Strat B: Melanie Smith-Bettyanne Houts; tied for sixth
in Strat A: Rob Preece-Diane Sachs and Marilyn McClintock-Diane
Schmitz; first in Strat C: Midge Dunagan-George Koehm. E/W: First
in Strats A, B, and C: Ellen Kice-Cookie Pham; second in Strat A:
Fern Dunbar-Lavonne McQuilkin; third in Strat A, second in Strat
B: Howard Smith-Joyce Henderson; fourth in Strat A, third in Strat
B, second in Strat C: Sue Boswell-Sue McHale; fifth in Strat A:
Dick Sands-John Weiser; sixth in Strat A, fourth in Strat B: Simone
Chottin-Jeanette Estill; tied for third in Strat C: Thuan Gwynn-Tad
Galardos and Alan Olschwang-Ken Miller. Games are played Monday
and Thursday afternoons beginning at 12:30 p.m. in Clubhouse 3
Lobby. Players should arrive by 12:15 to confirm reservations or by
noon without a reservation or a partner (every effort will be made to
find one). To make or cancel a reservation for Mondays call Midge
Dunagan at 594-9698; for Thursdays, call Cookie Pham at 431-6453.
To cancel a reservation on game day or report a late arrival, call
481-7368 between noon and 1 p.m.
.
•••
Friendly Pinochle Club winners May 12: Amy Kasuyama,
12,090; Tony Dodero, 11,610; Ruth Bonnema, 11,560; Marilyn Allred,
11,420. The club meets Thursdays, noon-4 p.m., in Clubhouse 1.
McGee, Boardman win flights
Merle McGee carded a 66 to
win the first flight on May 13 in
Friday golf play at the Meadlowlark course.
Ron Jackson followed with a
72, followed by Jim Dickerson
and Bill McKusky, close behind
with 74s.
Jim Dickerson won both
closest-to-the pin contests with
good shots. He made the putts
for birdies and had one other bird.
Merle McGee made two birds and
Bill McKusky, one.
Sandy Boardman won the
second flight with a fine 66. He
was followed by Lowell Goltra,
69, Bob Todd, 73; John Quigley
and Marvin Ballard, tied at 74,
and Tom McCullough, 78.
Cribbage Club
Carpenter nails a perfect 847
Jane Legus
Ladies Q Club
Legus wins
tournament
Jane Legus was the Funday
winner in the Ladies Q Club’s
monthly tournament on May 11 in
Clubhouse 1. She bested runnerup Susan Shaver for the victory.
Other players were Milly
Larsen, Fortunee Spiegelman,
Kathy Engelhardt, Maria Reviere and new member Janice
Chapman.
For more information, contact
Kathy Engelhardt at (310) 2612808 or email her at [email protected]
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CHESS
From page 20
p.m. on Fridays in Clubhouse
3, Room 7. Beginners welcome
for free lessons.
•••
Solution to this week’s
puzzle: Rb3. The white Rook
moves from b4 to b3. Any answer
by black, the white’s next move
is check mate.
Janet Carpenter won seven games with a perfect score of 847 to
earn a second star in Cribbage Club play on May 10 at Clubhouse 1.
Howard Bleakley was second with an 840, followed by Ethel
Freitas, 828 and Margaret Smith and Gary Greytak, tied at 825.
Birthdays were celebrated for Sandra deDubovay and Joe DiDonato. Members were treated to cake and chocolate chip ice cream
served by the honorees.
Ethel Freitas provided pies.
The club meets at noon Tuesdays in Clubhouse 1. To be assured
of a table, players should arrive promptly at noon. Partners are not
required. Players usually finish by 3:30 p.m.
To learn to play or just brush up, call Patti Smith at 242-4674
and she will arrange for lessons.
PROGRAM
From page 7
Pledge of Allegiance and hymn sing.
Devotions and prayer requests will be conducted by Verline
Thompson.
The Home League will provide refreshments served by tea hostesses Ann Hause and Leone Metros and helpers Leanna Sharon and
Jean Watkins. Door prizes wrapped by Sharon will be announced
by Maj. Fred Seiler, followed by words of appreciation and prayer.
Help is needed to plan the meetings from September to January.
Members will meet at the Seilers, 13580 Cedar Crest Lane.
To reserve a future date, call them at 296-8539.
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SB Lic # BRA0002
.
12 consecutive weeks, minimum
Call 430-0534
562-833-6104
Convert Your Tub to
Life Insurance Specialist
Life Insurance / Annuities
3480 Katella Avenue
Los Alamitos, CA 90720
(562) 594-1911 Bus.
(714) 754-2010 Fax
Department of Insurance Lic.#0003259
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Suite 202
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for $25 per week
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[email protected]
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BLINDS, SHADES & SHUTTERS
By Aegean
FREE In-Home Consultation
(562) 430-2969
3782 Cerritos Ave, Los Alamitos
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Specializing In Affordable Painting!!!
Nu-Kote
562-833-3911
State Lic.
#699080
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LW Residents
Or
Raise
Your
Seat
Approx.
7 inches
For Added
Safety
(562) 280-0999
• Painting • Carpentery
• Plumbing upgrades
• Senior Living Modifications
• Carpet Cleaning • Haul-away
• 21 Years Serving LW
Across the street from LW’s south wall, next to Del Taco
Lic.# OD15185
House Calls - Free Consultation
D B Handyman
2904 Westminister Avenue
Seal Beach, CA 90740
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LIVING TRUSTS
ESTATE PLANNING
PROBATE
CONSERVATORSHIPS
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the closest State Farm agency to
Leisure World, has more than 30 years
of experience meeting the insurance
needs of the LW community.
562-431-3933
www.kennithpeters.com
c l e a n e r s
DRAPERY• VERTICAL • DRAPERY CLEANING
(714) 522-3437
Serving residents for 9 years
d r a p e r y
Family owned and operated since 1950
Clean: Windows, Screens
Skylight Grids, Carport Storage
Clean / Repair: Skylight Domes & Grids
Clean/Replaced Heat/Air Filters
Repair/Replace Window Screens
Anthony
Shaddow
A LW Resident with Over 30 Years Experience
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FREE & Prompt Estimates
Licensed and Insured
SBL #Ton0001
714-365-6179
• Alzheimer’s & Dementia
• Parkinson’s & stroke
• Hospice & Respite Care
• Post Surgery Care
• Bathing
• Incontinence Care
• Laundry & Linen Change
• Meal Preparation
• Medication Reminders
• House Maintenance
• Shopping & Errands
• Transportation
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Professional & Service Directory
Vertical Blinds
2” Blinds & Shutters
Custom Carpentry by John Mercurio
Wholesale Prices
COAST FACTORY
BLINDS
562
493-4228
Free Estimates
Leisure World Residents
Valid until 12/31/2016
714-895-1200
14906 Springdale St., Huntington Beach
(Westminster to Springdale, turn right. On the left just before Bolsa Avenue.)
!
• Environmentally Friendly
• Totally Renewable Source
Warm • Quiet • Easy To Clean
Call (562) 598-4552 or (949) 378-0616
or go online at customsbyJohn.com
#
Any Service
Tuesday-Saturday
Appointment only
Now Available
Cork Floors
Speacilizing in:
• Wardrobe Closets • Pull-out Drawers
• Extra Cabinets in Kitchens & Bathrooms
• Office Furniture & Desks
• Bookcases and More
Serving Leisure World for 20 Years
20% Off
www.apuppylove.com
Interior
Renovations
(562) 596-0559
SINCE 1968
Lic. #629553
Advertise here
for $25 per week
12 consecutive weeks, minimum
Call 430-0534
Yongping’s Massage & Spa
Private Rooms/Friendly Staff/Close By
LW Resident providing
personal service at
the lowest price.
We Specialize in Senior Cuts
Fades and Flat tops
5 Mi
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from
Women’s cuts
LW
also available
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Tues., ID (Reg. $13
LW Resident Special
Starting at $15 — 20 minutes
SWENMAN
CO.
SWENMAN CO.
St. Lic. 413207 • Seal Beach Swe001
(562) 434-3775
Flooring
Blinds, etc
Upgraded Cabinets
Refinished
Counter-Tops
Contractor’s Lic. #723262
Gordon
Gunderson
[email protected]
Handyman
ServiceS
Painting
LEISURE WORLD
DECORATORS
WINDOW • DOOR • SKYLIGHT
We Accept
Credit Cards
Roy
Colquhoun
562-596-7383
562430-2265
CARPETS & INTERIORS
Serving Leisure World Exclusively
for Over 25 Years
All at
Lic. #660872
G. L. Gunderson
with LW
with ad
Call for Appointment
Open M-F 9-6; Sat 9-5; Sun 9-4
(562) 431-1515
562.594.4600
ITALY SHOES
In-home care for a
.better quality of life.
12 consecutive weeks, minimum
562-860-4634
Call 430-0534
and up
senior men with LW ID
3461 Sausalito St., Los Alamitos, CA 90720
1033 Pacific Coast Hwy in Pavilion Shopping Center
Advertise here
for $25 per week
800
$
Open 7 Days-A-Week
Authorized Dealer
714-530-2300
9918 Garden Grove Blvd
11815 E. South St.
Garden Grove, CA 92844
Cerritos, CA 90703
Sales for LW Residents
FREE Delivery with purchase of 2 or more pairs of shoes
562.653.4480 | www.rahwestoc.com
Kang’s Construction INC.
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Client: Right At Home
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• Counter Tops
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• Patio Enclosures
•Room Additions
•Flooring
Lic.945818
Call
for FREE Estimates
[email protected] 562•715•3821
GENE’S
CARPET CLEANING
Truck-Mounted Steam Cleaning
Carpet - Upholstery
Free Estimates • Owner Operator
No Hidden Costs
Sales — Service — Repair
562-212-8720
“Your Leisure World Specialists”
Licensed Insured Bonded
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Process & The Risks Of Selling Your Car
Yourself?
15000off
$
New Heat Pump
or Air Conditioner
I’m Big Ed, and We Buy RVs, Trucks and Boats.
Motorhomes Of California
1520 Ponderosa Street Costa Mesa, CA 92626
Phone: 714-435-0071
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.motorhomesofcalifornia.com
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714-821-7070
Lic. # 945655
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Puzzles & Comics
Gasoline Alley Broom-Hilda NEWS
Sudoku
Answers on page 20
By Jim Scancarelli
By Russell Myers
9 To 5 By Harley Schwadron
Middletons By Raph Dunagin & Dana Summers
The Observer Crossword Puzzle
Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
Potluck Parlay
Obituaries
Prettyman, Rev. Joseph Biard
1922-2016
Rev. Joseph Prettyman, Mutual 9, passed away May 3, 2016.
Joseph was born to William
Ray and Annie Prettyman on June
18, 1922. His only sibling was his
sister Eleanor,
who was several years his
senior.
Joseph is
survived by
his wife, Carolyn; his sons,
Kenneth (Carol) of Nancy,
Kentucky; and
Ronald (Carol) of Terra Haute,
Indiana. He had four grandchildren, Peter (Whitney), Shara
(Craig), Anna (Clayte) and Ronnie (Tiffiny) and seven greatgrandchildren.
He was preceded in death by
his parents, William and Annie
Prettyman; first wife, Mabel, and
his sister, Eleanor.
Joseph was also stepfather
to Carolyn’s children, Steven
(Brenda), Rhonda, Jeffrey, Kerri
(Lyle) and Mark (Jeaneen), as
well as six grandchildren and
seven great-grandchildren.
He attended Glad Tidings
Bible Institute in San Francisco,
California and later attended
Bible College in Pasadena. He
began his ministry as minister of
music and associate pastor at Full
Gospel Tabernacle in Bakersfield
under the pastorate of Rev. C. M.
Ward. He later joined the faculty
of Southern California College
(now Vanguard University.) His
chief responsibility there was
to serve as the director of the
CLASSES
Ambassador Choir, which later
became known as the Vanguard
Chorale. His most recent pastorate was at Leisure World Assembly of God from 1997-2013.
In his 74 years as a credentialed minister for the Assemblies of God, he served at many
churches as music, associate and
senior pastor.
He retired from his last pastorate in 2013 at the age of 90.
He was a loved and respected
husband, father, grandfather and
great-grandfather.
Funeral and interment took
place at Westminster Memorial
Park on May 10.
A memorial celebration will
be held for him in Leisure World,
Clubhouse 4 on Saturday, June 4,
at 10 a.m. All are invited.
The family requests that in lieu
of flowers, memorials be made
to Leisure World Assembly of
God, designated for the Missions
department.
—paid obituary
Obituaries
•••
In Memoriam
Robert Cobos 86
Lee Andrew Richard 94
Sam-An Lor 72
Brandon McKenzie 42
Mike Garcia 54
Freddie Kelley 64
John Sexton Wlliams 78
Daniel McIntyre 56
Victoria Baron-Vartian 88
Anthony Virgil 72
Alex Soloway 94
Harry Greenleaf Jr 81
Families assisted by
McKenzie Mortuary,
961-9301
—paid obituary
From page 8
days in Clubhouse 1. Classes are designed to improve flexibility,
strength, endurance and coordination.
The classes are for men and women at all fitness levels. Instructor
is Sarah Grusmark.
For more information, call Betty Morgan at 493-7063.
Yoga
Classes are offered Tuesdays at 10 a.m. in the Clubhouse 4 Lobby;
Thursdays at 10 a.m. in Clubhouse 3, Room 1; and Saturdays, 10 a.m.
in Clubhouse 3, Room 9. The fee is $5 per session.
For more information, call Connie Adkins at 506-5063.
Movement for Health, Medical Qigong
Qigong classes are held from 9-10 a.m. on Thursdays in Clubhouse
3, Room 2, except the fourth Thursday of the month, when the class
is held in Clubhouse 3, Room 9, also from 9-10 a.m.
Sessions begin with a meditation tea service.
For more information, call Catherine Milliot at 760-4545.
Yoga, Meditation, Tai Chi
Classes are offered from 9:30-11 a.m. on Saturdays upstairs in
Clubhouse 6. Paul Pridanonda teaches students to free the mind and
spirit using laughter, thought-sharing and the slow and steady flow
of tai chi movements.
A meditation for relief, healing and energy ends the class.
For more information, call 493-6719.
Beginning Yoga
Classes are offered from 10:30-11:30 a.m on Wednesdays in
Clubhouse 3, Room 6, and at the same time on Fridays in Clubhouse
3, Room 7. Bring mats. The fee is $5 a class.
For more information, call Patti Endly at 430-7291.
Monday Intermediate Yoga
Classes are offered each week from 5:30-6:30 p.m. in Clubhouse
4, Section C; fee: $5 per session.
For more information, call Pat Castaneda at 225-0273.
Pilates-Yoga Classes
Chair classes meet from 5:30-6:30 p.m. on Thursdays in Clubhouse
6, second floor. The cost is $5 a class.
Instruction includes a variety of seated and standing exercises.
Mat classes meet Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. in Clubhouse 6, Room C.
Those who attend should bring a mat. All other equipment will
be provided.
For more information, call Susan Hopewell at 430-6044 or
Linda Neer, 430-3214.
25
BY JUDY WOOTEN
•••
Goodman, Dorothy Lea
1918-2016
Dorothy Lea Goodman, age
97, Mutual 8, passed on April
21, 2016, at her home in Leisure
World.
Dorothy was born Sept. 13,
1918, in New York. She proudly
served during World War II as part
of the Navy’s Women Accepted
for Volunteer Emergency Service
(WAVES). Dorothy freely shared
her love for the United States of
America, and the freedoms we
enjoy; with an abiding respect
for the men and women of the
military who continue to serve
this country.
Dorothy loved history earning a history degree in 1968 at
California State College, Los
Angeles. Her extensive research
skills were helpful to her father in
the preparation of speeches, and
in tracing her family’s genealogy. As an extremely well read
individual she could easily quote
different philosophers and authors, providing the right context
to invoke thought. Dorothy enjoyed writing poetry, gardening,
painting and learning. She often
described her father as a Renaissance man, but that description
was more autobiographical.
She is survived by her sister
Sally Andelman, two nieces,
three nephews and numerous
grandnieces and grandnephews.
She is interned at Mount Sinai Memorial Park Hollywood
Hills Cemetery in Los Angeles,
California.
In Memoriam
Elsie Lenahan
99, Mutual 1
April 1, 2016
SHOW
From page 2
units were used in the filming
is included. Many shareholders
were used as extras in the show.
After the PortaPak production is screened at the meeting,
the finished episode that aired on
NBC in November of 1986 will
be shown.
It was episode 6 from the
show’s third season and is titled
“Love at Second Sight.” It begins
with Landon and co-star Victor
French entering the community
through the St. Andrews Gate.
The episode aired on Nov. 5,
1986.
All shareholders are invited to
attend the screening of the documentary that shows how Leisure
World became part of Hollywood.
LUNCHEON:
From page 16
residents are asked to bring a dish
to share.
Tickets will be available for
the cash drawing and several
other drawings.
There will also be entertainment and various “showings”
from talented Mutual 11 residents.
par•lay - verb [trans] (parlay something into) Noun; A cumulative series of
bets in which winnings accruing from each transaction are used as a stake for
a further bet.
Memorial Day, originally known as Decoration Day, started after the
Civil War and became a federal holiday in 1971. My family always went
to the cemeteries to decorate and honor the graves of our lost heroes who
died while serving in the U.S. military. Sometimes there would be a parade and always a picnic. Many tasty recipes graced those picnic tables.
My grandma’s fried chicken (freshly killed the day before by my grandpa, plucked and cut-up by mom) My grandma would dip each piece
in spicy flour then in buttermilk and again in flour and fry in her cast
iron chicken fryer. It was simply the best! My mom’s potato salad, Aunt
Gwen’s cole slaw, celery sticks filled with pimento cheese spread, bread
& butter pickles, black olives, cakes and pies and oh, so much more.
Here is the recipe for a Strawberry Blueberry Pie that I just love, hope
you will too!
INGREDIENTS
1 frozen pie crust, follow instructions on package
1 lb fresh strawberries, washed and hulled
½ cup blueberries ( if frozen, thaw)
½ cup sugar
1 tbsp corn starch
1 small lemon, juiced
8 ounces softened cream cheese
2/3 cup sour cream
¼ cup sugar
1 tsp vanilla
INSTRUCTIONS
Cook pie crust according to package directions and cool completely, or
make your own pie crust.
Chop ½ pound of the strawberries.,
Cut the other ½ pound of strawberries in half.
In a medium sauce pan, combine ½ cup sugar, corn starch, lemon juice,
chopped strawberries and blueberries. Cook over medium heat, stirring
constantly until thickened. Remove from heat
In a medium mixing bowl combine softened cream cheese, sour cream,
remaining sugar and vanilla. Using a hand mixer or a whisk, beat mixture until completely combined and smooth.
Spread cream cheese mixture into bottom of completely cooled pie crust.
Add the largely chopped strawberries to the thickened strawberry and
blueberry glaze mixture and stir gently until they are all coated and then
pour that mixture over the cream cheese mixture in the pie crust and
refrigerate for 2-3 hours or until ready to serve.
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Readers
• Publication of advertisements in
the LW News does not indicate an
endorsement of any advertiser.
• Readers are responsible for verifying claims, licenses, references, etc.
• California law requires that contractors taking jobs that total $500
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• Any advertiser not including a
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Verify license numbers and scope
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• Before signing any contract or
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in their ads.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
AVON
Lenora Browning, LW resident.
Phone (562) 493-5457. Seal Beach
Business License #BRN0001
6/30/16.
-----------------------------------------SHAKLEE - will deliver in LW,
daughter Sandy (Vander Woude)
Fikse, (562)860-1909. 8/25
HOME
IMPROVEMENT
PENA CONSTRUCTION.
Ruben PENA. General Contractor.
State Contractor’s License #336991.
(562) 430-4216. Room Additions, etc.
----------------------------------------J.C. KRESS CONSTRUCTION, INC.
Free estimates/design by LW resident.
All improvements - room additions.
State Contractor’s License #525989.
Call us (714)822-5000
-----------------------------------------JOHN M. BERGKVIST General
Building Contractor, State Contractor’s License #638079. Everything
from skylights to remodels and room
additions. (562) 433-3052.
--------------------------------------------Additions & Remodeling, Kitchen &
Bath Remodeling, Windows, Tile
& Stonework. State Contractor’s
License # 393071. OGAN CONSTRUCTION, INC. (562)596-7757.
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LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
Fixer-upper interior renovations,
custom upgrades. Pantries, closets,
laminate wood crown molding and
baseboards, new cabinet doors, interior
painting. Contractor’s License #723262.
(562) 596-0559
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
Carpentry
CUSTOM CARPENTRY BY
JOHN MERCURIO
Serving Leisure World exclusively
for over 30 years. Wardrobe closets
redesigned, roll out drawers for
kitchens, bathrooms and closets.
Call for appointment (562) 598-4552
or (949) 378-0616, or go on line at
customsbyjohn.com. Seal Beach
Business License #MER0001
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NEWS
CLASSIFIED
Gardening Services
J&J LANDSCAPING
& MAINTENANCE
Landscaping-plants, lawns, trees,
etc. Maintenance of lawns and flower
beds. Available for all residential and
Mutual projects. Joe (562) 650-1511,
Jesse (562) 219-0374 , State Contractor’s
License#79003 6/30
-----------------------------------------ELECTRIC CAR PADS
Installed at your residence. Call
Frank (562)743-3832. State Contractor’s License # 77946.
-----------------------------------------FRANK’S GARDENING
SERVICE
Complete maintenance and landscape. Serving Leisure World since
1978. Planting, clean-ups, fertilization. New lawns, etc. Offering my
services to all Mutual’s. Honest and
reliable. State Contractor’s License
#779462. Call (562) 863-7739, 743
3832 or (714) 527-1172.
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
(562) 596-0559
Interiors, cabinets. Entry doors,
refinished, new baseboards, crown
molding, We only use premium
paints and primer all wood works
bathroom and kitchen. References
for every street in Leisure World, 35
years in Leisure World. Contractors
Lic. #723262. (562) 596-0559
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
Screen Sales, Service
& Installation
LEISURE WORLD SCREEN SERVICE. For all your screening needs.
Ted and Jeri Nowell, LW residents
(562) 430-1104. Seal Beach Business
License #NOW0001.
-----------------------------------------PROFESSIONAL MOBILE
SCREEN SERVICE New screens,
re-screening, screen doors, retractable screens, new and repair. Since
1988. Call today. (562) 493-8720.
State Contractors License #578194.
Carpet & Service
Skylights, Cleaning,
Service & Repair
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
(562) 596-0559
LICENSED and INSURED
Skylights washed, lubricated, repair and new domes replaced by
JIMMY’S HANDYMAN. FREE
ESTIMATES. Call for appointment.
(562) 596-1337. Calls returned
daily. Seal Beach Business License
#JIM0001.
-----------------------------------------Skylights cleaned and repaired or
domes replaced by THE HANDY
COUPLE, Ted and Jeri Nowell,
LW residents. Licensed and insured.
(562) 430-1104. Seal Beach Business
License #NOW0001.
Linoleum, laminate, new baseboards, patio carpet. 30 years in
LW. Contractor’s License #723262.
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
(562) 596-0559
Handyman Service
GARY’S HANDYMAN
SERVICE PROFESSIONAL
Painting and Carpentry. Masonry
and Tile. Call (562) 596-6013 for
appointment. Calls returned daily.
Fiberglass or Hardi Backer paneling board installed on patio block
walls. Seal Beach Business License
#GAR0005. 5/19
-----------------------------------------JIMMY’S
HANDYMAN SERVICE
LEISURE WORLD ONLY
LICENSED and INSURED
Call (562) 596-1337 for work to be
done. Skylights cleaned and repaired
also. Calls returned Monday through
Friday, daily. No job too small. FREE
ESTIMATES. Seal Beach Business
License #JIM0001.
-----------------------------------------THE HANDY COUPLE
Ted & Jeri Nowell, LW Residents,
Honest and reliable, Specializing
in SKYLIGHTS (562) 430-1104.
Seal Beach Business License
#NOW0001.
-----------------------------------------Handyman Rick. Assemblies, installations, TV wall mounts, lights,
fans, shelving, carpentry, Messages (562) 598-1000. Seal Beach
Business License #RIL00017/21
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Richards Handyman Service - Big
or small I do it all, give me a
call. - Seal Beach Business License
#HUG0002. (562) 387-5187.
Painting
(562) 596-0559
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
Fixer-uppers, renovations, custom upgrades. Interior painting,
cabinets & entry doors refinished.
Laminate floors, new baseboards,
crown molding, closets, pantries
redesigned, exterior window
frames painted white. Contractor’s
License #723262.(562) 596-0559
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
------------------------------------------BEL-RICH PAINTING
Free estimates, small/large jobs.
Contractor’s License #705131. (714)
220-9702; 1-800-618-2220. 6/10
-----------------------------------------Blue Sky Painting & Construction
Insurance, General Building B and
Painting C-33 Lic #632956. (562)
822-5632 or (562)418-0007. 10/26
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FRANK KUYS PAINTING
Need a living room, bedroom or
entire home painted. Enjoy a clean,
fresh look. License #552827.
Frank (562) 420-7898. 7/21
-----------------------------------------Advance Custom Painting - Interior
and Exterior, Refinish Cabinets,
“Painting your home as our own”
Lic # 888003 (562) 519-4229
Upholstery
Call Ray! Time to replace foam
cushions! Homes, boats. Call Ray!
(562) 434-6259. 5/12
Wallpaper Removal
& Installation
Darrell’s Wallpaper Hanging and
Removal. Free estimates. State Contractor’s License #741588. (714)
906-7046. 7/14
Window Coverings,
Sales & Installation
Hair and Nail Salon
Hair Stylist -35 years experience
Shampoo & roller set, cut, perm,
color, Manicure/pedicure. Warm
and friendly service. Tammy Nguyen
(714)425-4198 Phenix Salon. 6/30
---------------------------------------Sandy - Perms, Haircuts “N” More.
Very friendly, Lic# KK265498.
(562) 230-6169. 5/26
-----------------------------------------PERMANENT MAKEUP
Free consultation. Worked with
Medical Doctor Since 2000.
Licensed Esthetician #Z103890.
LW Resident. (904) 716-9933 or
(562)810-6454. Leave a messsage
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Computers
FRUSTRATED
(562)755-6199
Everything for your computer
(PC or Mac), cell phone, TV,
stereo, any electronic device.
Tina Schaffer. Seal Beach Bus.
License #CIP0001
COMPUTER REPAIR
Virus removal
System repairs & updates. Tablets,
Phones, Computers, TV’s. Wireless
setup. PC/MAC, LW resident, John
Fuhrer. Seal Beach Business.License
FUH00001 (562)733-9193
Leisure World Helping
Leisure World
Y’s Service Club of the YMCA will
assist residents with small nonprofessional jobs. We change light
bulbs, clean air conditioner filters,
hang a small picture or mirror, remove or place items on a high shelf,
air bicycle tires, etc. Donations
gladly accepted. Call week days
between 8 am and 5 pm, 562-4309966 and 562-221-5878 for the
month
-----------------------------------------Does your walker need new tennis
balls? Delivery and installation
provided. Please give your name
and phone number. Maria Giegerich
(562) 596-9983.
-----------------------------------------Leisure World Community Church
is no longer picking up donated
items. The church will gladly receive donations that are dropped
off at the church between 9:30 and
12:30 Monday - Friday. Office
phone: 562-431-2503.
Home Care
Personal Assistant
Coast Factory Blinds
Shutters, Verticals, Wood Blinds,
Pleated Shades, all at wholesale
prices. Serving LW for 20 years. We
don’t just make blinds, we make
friends. Free estimates. State Contractor’s License #660872. (562) 493-4228
--------------------------------------------(562) 596-0559
Readers are urged to ask advertisers
for references; call those references;
and to verify advertisers’ business
license numbers by calling Seal
Beach City Hall, 431-2527.
Blinds, shutters, drapes, sheers, valances. 35 years serving Leisure World.
Contractor’s License #723262.
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
(562) 596-0559
To help you.
(Bonded & Insured)
LEISURE WORLD DECORATORS
EMPLOYMENT
Help Wanted
Need a cheerful companion for my
mom. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
and Friday from 3:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
Call (562)320-7511.
SERVICE
Barber Services
Men’s Barber, $10. In your home.
Shear & clipper cuts including, not
limited to all facial hair, ears, nose,
eyebrows. LW resident. License
#3242-B. Phone: (562) 430-1431,
cell (562) 206.-3518. 4
Beauty Services
In home hair care, serving the men
and women of Leisure World for
36 years. Mel (562) 431-4827; cell:
(562) 480-9341 License #KC75538
NANCY’S
LW
Personal Assistants,
Call (562) 596-2019;
Seal Beach
Business License
#GRU0001
-----------------------------------------Marlene’s Personal Services
Need a companion, ride, errands,
Doctor, airport, cruise lines, shopping, movies, etc.. Seal Beach Business License #MEH0001.
“Leisure World Resident”
Call me (562)596-0775
-----------------------------------------CHRISTIAN HOME HEALTH
Services. Experienced, knowledgeable caregivers, honest, assertive,
fluent English. Hourly/full-time,
doctor’s appointments, errands.
Bernadine (562) 310-0280. Seal
Beach Business License #BCS0002.
Bonded/insured. 8/31
-----------------------------------------Need Caring Caregiver?
Meal preparation, baths, shopping,
laundry, doctors. Pierre’s Caring
Heart (714) 337-6152. Seal Beach
Business License RAZ0002. 9/1
The News
now accepts
credit cards
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Bright Watch Caregivers Exceptional affordable home care. Over
10 years in Leisure World. Bonded
and insured. (714) 841 (CARE)
-2273. Seal Beach Business License
#BRC0002. 7/16/16
Senior Care
Experienced caregivers. Cooking,
Cleaning, medications, companions,
doctor’s. Experience with dementia.
Gloria (949)371-7425. Seal Beach
Business License RAZO002. 9/1
----------------------------------------MOST AFFORDABLE RATE
with optimum service, 23 years
experience LW, reliable, honest caregivers. Licensed, 24 hour, part time,
doctors, appointments, references ,
fluent English. Ann (714) 624-1911
Heidi (562) 277-3650. Seal Beach
Business License #HYC0001 6/23
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Caregiving. Personal assistance,
bathing, grooming, doctor ’s
appointments, meals, housekeeping.
Live-in/out,20 years in Leisure
World. References, Bonded (562)
230-4648. Seal Beach Business
License CAM0002. 6/30
-----------------------------------------Experienced loving caregiver 24/7,
reliable assistance with personal
care, doctors appointments, meals
and light housekeeping. Seal
Beach Business License HEL0006.
(949)899-7770. 6/30
RC HOME CARE
I am a retired nurse with over 25 years of
direct patient care experience. We provide
competent, compassionate loving care.
No case to big or too small. Excellent
references. Call for a complementary
evaluation. Seal Beach Business License
CHC0001 (714)658-7454.
Kimberly, Personal Assistant for
rides, dr. appts and office help. Seal
Beach Busness License. DAV0001
Please call (714) 396-5085. 5/19
House Cleaning
Patricia Housecleaning - weekly,
biweekly or monthly, excellent
references in Leisure World. Call
(562) 397-4659. Seal Beach Business License #LUC0001. 7/7
----------------------------------------TONY DO’S MAINTENANCE
LW resident. Window washing,
carpet, cleaning, general house
cleaning, vacancies (complete
cleaning for resale) Reasonable
prices. Excellent work. Call Tony
Do (714) 534-1824, evenings. Seal
Beach Business License #TON0002.
---------------------------------------GRACIAN’S HOUSE CLEANING
General housecleaning. Excellent
references. We do windows! (562)
307-3861. Seal Beach Business
License #GRAC0006. 5/19
-----------------------------------------Magaly’s Cleaning Service. We
make your home sparkle! 7 days
- call anytime! Complete cleaning.
Discount for regular customers. Seal
Beach Business License S&M0001
(562) 505-1613. 6/2
Memorial...Cemetery
Westminister Memorial Park
Two (2) side by side cemetery plots
in the “Garden of Remembrance”
Value $9,000. each, sell both for
$5,600. or one for $3,600. (including transfer fee)Call Sue or Keli
(323)919-0307.
Moving & Storage
A FRIEND AND A TRUCK
Your moving service, any size
job. (310)387-2618. CA Carrier
#0263644 5/12
-------------------------------------------J&D HAUL AWAY
AND CLEANUP SERVICE
No job too small, fast reliable, great
prices. Seal Beach Business License
#BRA0002. (562)841-3787.
Notary
Notary, Edith Hampton, here in
Leisure World (562) 626-8157.
Transportation
Need a Ride?
Irene handles all transportation
needs. (562) 431-3679. Seal Beach
Business License #NEE0001.5/19
MERCHANDISE
Autos/Boats/RV’s
Trailers Wanted
WE BUY ANY KIND OF CAR
Boat, motorcycle, truck - running or
not. We are local - call anytime! We
pay cash and remove promptly! We
do DMV and Release of liability for
you! Bonded/Licensed, since 1985!
Call us so we can come out and give
you a quote. Local call: (562) 6840901. 5/19
Autos/Boats/RV’s
Trailers for Sale
1973 VW Bug, runs good, driven
daily, needs paint $2300.
(562)884-0671.
Electric Cars/ Scooters/
Mobile Chairs for Sale
Electric Golf Cars, Sales, Parts,
Service (714) 292-9124. 6/2
-----------------------------------------2009 Golf Cart, great condition Call
for details (562)431-6859.
-----------------------------------------Red Pride Victory 3 -wheel scooter,
$600. (562) 430-8829.
Estate/Moving/Patio
Carport Sale
In accordance with GRF Policy and
Mutual Regulations, no non-resident
shopper will be allowed through the
Main Gate without having been ap
propriately authorized by the estate
sale holder. All advertising offerring to purchase entire households
of goods and furniture (estates) or
offering to conduct estate or patio
sales for the owner or heir(s), and all
advertising announcing such sales,
shall contain the name, address and
telephone number of the person or
business soliciting such purchases or
conducting such sales. All advertising for estate or patio sales conducted
by the owner or heir(s) shall contain
the words “by owner” or “by heir.
****************************
PATIO SALE
Mutual 2, 43-I, 1582 Golden Rain Rd
Thursday, May 19, Friday, May 20
and Saturday, May 21, 9am -2pm.
Pots and pans, electric can opener,
books, ladies clothing and shoes, portable radio, full bedspread & shams,
picture frames and much more.
-----------------------------------------Neighborhood Patio/Yard Sale, Mutual 2, 64-J, 66-A, 66-B, 66-D and
66-F, 13941 and 13961 El Dorado
Dr. Thursday, May 19 and Friday,
May 20, 9am-2pm. Something for
everyone - quality clothing for men
and women,size small to 2Xlarge.
Men’s silk ties, designer bags, shoes,
household items, vacuums, patio
furniture, appliances, TV’s, lamps,
plants. For the collectors, bakelite
celluloid items, artwork, pottery,
ceramics, large supply of books,
including western paperbacks,
children’s toys, Halloween wigs,
luggage, sunglasses for summer
vacation time. Bring your own bags
and explore our goodies.
-------------------------------------------Patio Sale - Mutual 2, 68-C,
1282 Golden Rain Rd. Thursday,
May 19, Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May, 21, 9am - 3pm. Sewing
machine cabinet, dresser, rocking
chair and much more. By owner.
-----------------------------------------Moving Sale - Mutual 15, #32-P
1860 St John Rd. Thursday, May
19 ONLY 9am - 3pm. Grandfather
clock, blue chair with ottoman, glass
dining table w/4 chairs, queen size
bed & mattress, shabby chic: secretary, armoire and bedside table.
Miscellaneous household items.
By owner.
Need Help?
See Classified
Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
Estate Sale - Mutual 2, #24-K,
1543 Monterey, Thursday, May 19
and Friday, May 20, 9am - 2pm. Oak
furniture, brass bed frame, tons of
collectors items. By Glinda Davis
131400 Nassau Dr, Seal Beach CA
90740 (714)943-1818. Seal Beach
Business License GD0001. Pictures
on Craig’s List or www.GlindaDavisestatesales.com.
Miscellaneous for Sale
Brand new beautiful new mahogany
dining set, 6 chairs & extender,$475
714-392-4665
-----------------------------------------Porcelain doll faces (only), grandma
& grandpa.(562)370-8935.
REAL ESTATE
Erika
Shapiro
CALL JOYCE
Resident Realtor®
Notary Available
596-8656
New Reduction
Mutual 10, 241G $270,000
Fully expanded corner
with many extras. Kitchen
pantry and built-in desk
Close to clubhouses/ Library.
Leisure World Apts
Want to Buy
—•••—
Great location by the laundry
room in Mutual 1. 2 bedroom, 1
bath expanded corner unit. 2 skylights, laminate flooring. Reduced
to $184,900!!! Agt. Laszlo Boda
(562) 547-1577. BRE#01019495,
Berkshire Hathaway HSCP.6/10
No Paper By 9
A.M.?
Call 430-0534
Before 10 A.M.
State Mutual
& Apt. Number
27
TIM KEARNS
Your Personal Realtor
CA BRE #01402756
3rd Generation
Resident Shareholder
—•••—
Mutual 15, 22D $189,000
Charming 1-bedroom,
downstairs with greenbelt.
Remodeled kitchen. Heat
pump. Faces southwest.
Close to laundry and parking.
Unbelievable Real Estate
Mutual 6 Resident
Traveling Notary
562-598-7616
Where Life Just Got Easier
PRICE REDUCTION
Mutual 9, 220L
Reduced to $474,000
Gorgeous High-end Remodel!
2 Bed 2 Amazing Baths
Corner Unit, 2 Patios
Custom Everything!
2 BDR/2Bath Corner,
central A/C heat, full
expansion, small side patio,
270 degrees of greenbelt,
Washer & Dryer, new kitchen
Mutual 11, 280F $398,000
NEW LISTING
Mutual 6, 143A
2 Bedroom drive-up Corner
Brick L-shaped patio,
Granite counters
$235,000
PRICE REDUCTION
Basic 1-BDR. New paint,
new laminate flooring.
Patio storage
Mutual 6, 131B $132,500
714-293-3950
[email protected]
“Realizing
Possibilities”
Price Reduced
Mutual 15, 2C $417,000
Rare 2-bedroom, 1-1/2 bath
atrium. Enclosed patio.
Beautiful front door.
Move-in condition.
Joanie Korman
(714) 308-8034
Resales Specialist
Mut. 17 Resident
COMING
SOON
2 Bedroom/1Bath
Basic
Garden View from
West Facing
Full Patio
with Upgrades
and Drive-Up
Convenience
Jimmie R Boyd Inc.
CA BRE #01400803
Mutual 2, 22K
Reduced to $135,000
1 Bedroom Move in Ready
White Kitchen,
Lots of Green areas
46” Wall Mounted TV included
SOLD!
M2, 28G
M7 175E
M3, 34B
M8, 187H
M6 64E
M8,195J
M6,130L
M10, 255J
M6 143A
M14, 25H
M7, 150B
Leisure Living Resales
Back on Market
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2 BDR, 2 Baths,
sound proofed, two patios,
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Mutual 9, 207J $205,000
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Mutual 15, 15H $275,000
Jim Boyd, Broker
562 895-2527
PRICE REDUCTION
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windows,
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Mutual 2, 27H $188,000
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Joyce Reed.indd 1
Korman, Joanie.indd 1
Mutual 9 222-G
EXPANDED CORNER
2 bed 1.5 bath. Many features.
Central air and heat. Large master
suite. Half bath in 2nd bedroom.
Has great views of greenbelts.
Drive up parking and more
$385,000
True Luxury in this Mutual 7 Drive Up Unit! Two Bedrooms and One
Spectacular Bath. Central Air, Plantation Shutters, Bay Windows
5/6/16 2:49 PM
2016 ESCROWS
Mut 9 - 227 E $139,000
Mut 5 - 102C $171,600
Mut 17 - 26 B $315,000
Mut 3 - 12 B $185,000
Mut 17 - 78 C $325,000
Mut 17 - 120 C $299,000
Mut 14 - 13 I $175,000
Mut 12 - 61 H $235,000
Mut 14 - 28 I
$185,000
Mut 1 - 40 L
$175,000
Mut 2 - 43 F $209,000
Mut 7 - 148 L $495,000
Mut 4 - 46 L $325,000
Mut 15 - 27 E $349,000
Mut 9 - 226 C $127,000
Mut 12 - 76 E $210,000
Mut 12 - 7 I
$124,000
Mut 11 - 285I $148,000
Mut 4 - 46L
$315,000
I SOLD 36 in 2015
I SOLD 35 in 2014
I SOLD 60 in 2013
I SOLD 42 in 2012
I can sell your’s too!
Service Is My Priority!
Call ME for a
Market Evaluation
28
Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
Mr. Hank & Associates
493-6601
Susie Allen
Mutual 2 Resident
(562)
338-3833
FREE STAGING
BRE #01397720
The
Move-in Condition
Drive-up location. 2-bedroom,
1-bath, Side expansion. White
kitchen. New counters.
Golf cart pad.
Great looking patio carpet
PRICED TO SELL
Mutual 7, 166I $189,700
Atrium — 1200 Sq Ft
Mutual 15, 8G $415,000
2-bedroom, 2-bath, washer/dryer
Soon
Mutual 3, 1J 1-bedroom
$139,000
Joanie Korman
Where Life
Just Got Easier
(714)
NDING
308-8034
Mutual 6 Resident
PE
New Listing - Mutual 9, 220L
Gorgeous high-end remodel.
2-bedroom, 2 amazing baths’
2 patios, corner unit..
Reduced to $474,000
(562)
598-7616
2-Bedroom. Laminate flooring throughout.
Freshly painted. Great neighborhood.
Coming Soon
Mutual 9 — 2-Bedroom 1-1/2-bath, corner.
$425,000, has everything and large side greenbelt.
13926 Seal Beach Blvd., Seal Beach, CA 90740
562-209-5871
PRICE REDUCTIONS
2 BDR/2Bath Corner,
central A/C heat, full
expansion, small side patio,
270 degrees of greenbelt,
Washer & Dryer, new kitchen
Mutual 11, 280F $398,000
Drastic Price Reduction
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Mutual
1503 Merion Way - 48-G
Adorable corner unit,
completely remodeled;
bay windows, shutters,
washer-dryer, & more.
Back on Market
Fabulous Luxury Corner
OW
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ES washer/dryer
All new
INkitchen,
Mutual
5, 70L
$459,000
Reduced Price
***New***
Expanded Corner
Mutual 5, 97A
Faces south, driveup. Central air/heat,
carport close.
$299,000
Charles Park (562) 505-0635
$
13020 Oakhills - 225-E
Yong Pyon
658-0379
(310)
SOLD
Helen Blizzard
(562) 896-1191
Mutual 6, 34E
W
ROpump
2-BR, new
A.C./heat
IN ESC
REDUCED—$174,000
285,000
In Escrow
Buy or Sell —Call Me for
your Real Estate Needs
Mutual 2, 22K
1-BR, Move-in ready. Includes
46-inch wall mounted TV. White
kitchen. Great Home! $135,000
(Located in the shopping center, behind Carl’s Jr.)
Lynn Weber
Mutual 17 Resident
NEW LISTING
Mutual 6, 143A
2 Bedroom Corner
Granite counters
Drive up
$235,000
Mutual 10, 249C $185,000
(562) 743-8473
Erika is #1
Agent in LW
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INBuy
SOL greenbelt,
2-bedroom,
highside
DAYS
/2 expansion.
Mutual15,-1
102D Only $159,000
Mutual 6, 131H $145,000
On Target
“Hank”
ONLY Full Service LW Real Estate Office!!!
Mr. Hank’s New Listings
1-Bedroom, 1-Bath on courtyard setting. Washer/dryer,
dishwasher, microwave, glass cooktop,
custom kitchen cabinets, plantation shutters
NEWS
13381 E. El Dorado Dr.
202-D
Mutual 14 Resident
Lic. #01923019
[email protected]m
“Melinda Curtis was an absolute delight to work with: professional, savvy, and friendly. She sold
our mother’s home quickly at a top price and handled every part of the transaction with attention
to detail and efficiency. We especially loved her staging: just beautiful! My sister and I would
definitely recommend her.”
Kit Hamid & Lisa Swanson
Real Estate Services for LW
562-375-0084
Leisurelistsb.com
Hank 1x16.indd 1
5/17/16 2:41 PM
Spring Has Sprung!
Melinda Curtis
Realtor
IT’S TIME TO HAVE ME PUT YOUR PROPERTY ON THE MARKET & GET IT SOLD!
Coming Soon:
It’s finally listed:
Mutual 2— 1442 Merion Way, 29A
Mutual 11, 13121 Shawnee Ln.
2 bed, 2 bath, 1200 sq ft. $517,000
• 1 Bed/1Bath
Not a remodel! Built New in 2007
Built To Today’s Standards.
This property has a beautiful
greenbelt view & beautifully
landscape backyard. Maple
kitchen cabinets, granite,
stainless, high ceilings and a
useable attic with flooring for tons
of storage. Extended patio and
custom overhangs. This one’s a beauty!
Mutual 2, 1580 Monterey
SOLD: Represented Seller.
2 Bed/1Bath, Corner Unit, Living Room
Expansion. $257,000
1422 Merion Way, M-2, 59L.
Confidential Realty
Curtis, Melinda 5-12.indd 1
Cute one bedroom basic, white
kitchen cabinets, new shower, new
laminate wood floors, LW warrantied
appliances, near parking.
BRE#01291830
5/16/16 12:56 PM
Expanded, private, 1 bed,1 bath,
$147,000
Cute one bedroom, over 710 sq of
space (Buyer to verify). White kitchen,
& LW warrantied appliances.
Close by parking
In Escrow
5/13/16 10:41 AM
Seal Beach Leisure World Golden Rain News/May 19, 2016
NEWS
Robin & Barbara
13926 Seal Beach Blvd., Seal Beach, CA 90740
Robin Gray
(Located in the shopping center, behind Carl’s Jr.)
Barbara Diette-Dobias
(562) 754-5628
(562) 209-5605
[email protected]
DRE 00887640
[email protected]
DRE 01027333
TWO BEDROOM BASICS
Mutual 2-13-A … CORNER UNIT … Good As-Is
or Great for a
Remodel!! SouthTaking
East Facing – on a
Back-ups
Beautiful Green –
Basic Corner with
close parking and a wonderful ocean breeze!! Call
Robin or Barbara today! $199,000
Mutual 2-12-K … Basic on a pretty greenbelt
with two patios
to enjoy the
view and extra
parking. Three
skylights
$179,000
Mutual 6-140-H … LOWEST ASSOCIATION
FEE IN LEISURE WORLD!!
Drive-up unit
with an enclosed side patio room, tiled
counters and CENTRAL HEAT/AIR!! $178,000
Mutual 6-59-K … 2-bedroom, 1-bath, highside
expansion.
Freshly painted.
Laminate floors.
Pretty
courtyard
setting.
$184,000
TWO BEDROOM – TWO BATH EXPANDED
TWO BEDROOM – ONE BATH EXPANDED
Mutual 10-252-C ... ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE 2 bedroom 1
bath - basic with
wrap around patio. H/P, D/W,—
shows like a
model - lots of
close parking - pretty courtyard setting- Freshly
painted. A MUST SEE!!! DON’T MISS OUT ON
THIS ONE!! $188,500
Mutual 6-144-K … Drive right up to this Remodeled 2 Bed
1.5 Bath, fully
expanded with
laminate woodlook
floors,
washer/dryer, central heat/air, bay windows,
plantation shutters, newer kitchen w/Corian
counters! Move-in Ready! Call Robin or Barbara to See! $325,000
Mutual 6-134-J … LOWEST ASSOCIATION
FEE IN LEISURE WORLD!! Upgraded thru-out
with a Remodeled Kitchen
and Bath –
Newer Cabinets and Granite, Washer/
Dryer, Gorgeous Laminate Floors! $219,000
Mutual 12-35-G … Open - Spacious - Light and
Bright ONE-OF-AKind Corner!!! Two
master bedrooms both with their own
bath, washer & dryer, central heat/air,
dual-pane windows, a huge kitchen, lots of storage, and a view! Be sure to call to see!! $385,000
Mutual 1-9-F … Fully expanded 2BR, 1-bath. Extra
large light bright
living room with
lots of windows
with shutters, extra large pantry
off kitchen, white cabinets, big skylight in kitchen. Expanded master has walk in closet, bathroom has a
skylight plus a bathtub — $229,000
Mutual 2-11-B … Private Location, fully expanded
with new windows. When the
new wall goes up,
so will the value.
REDUCED PRICE
-$175,000
Mutual 1-20-F … Fully expanded 2-bedroom,
1-bath on expansive greenbelt
setting.
Laminate floors
and a fireplace.
$239,000
Mutual 2-30-H … Lovely Expanded with New
Paint, New Carpet, Tile counters, East Facing
on a Wide Courtyard … Private
Patio - $209,000
ONE BEDROOM BASICS
Mutual 1-20-I …Darling one bedroom on a pretty green! Fresh
paint and new
carpet and vinyl, newer windows.
Raised
wall $144,900
Mutual 2-36-E … LOWEST PRICED One Bedroom in
Leisure World!!!
Basic on a Green!
Laminate Floors,
Heat-Pump – Nice
location!!
$133,000
Check out our website www.sealbeachleisureworld.com for information about Leisure World Seal Beach
Jim Duncan
Manager
Fay Wescott
Vickie Van Ert
Barbara Diette-Dobias
1900 St. Andrews Dr. , Suite C
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Suzanne Ahn
Susie Allen
Philip Bak
Mary Chittick
Mutual 1 13A
Mutual 2 11B
Mutual 6 140H
Mutual 2 12K
Mutual 2 56H
Mutual 6 59K
Mutual 1 12A
Mutual 2 69A
Mutual 2 13A
Mutual 3 5L
Mutual 2 30H
Mutual 6 65I
Mutual 6 134J
Mutual 12 8J
Mutual 9 210K
Mutual 1 9F
Mutual 1 20F
Mutual 2 24K
Mutual 2 42F
Mutual 5 120G
Mutual 12 40 F
Mutual 7 158C
Ben Choi
$165,000
$175,000
$178,000
$178,000
$184,000
$184,000
$185,000
$195,000
$199,000
$199,900
$209,000
$217,000
$219,000
$220,000
$220,000
$229,000
$239,000
$239,000
$239,000
$244,000
$245,000
$249,900
Robin Gray
Estee Edwards
Mutual 9 217L
Mutual 2 3H
Mutual 7 153F
Mutual 1 70F
Mutual 2 38C
Mutual 8 196E
Mutual 12 35G
Mutual 14 30H
Mutual 12 41H
Mutual 11 281G
Mutual 2 36E
Mutual 6 63J
Mutual 1 69C
Mutual 1 37E
Mutual 1 20I
Mutual 6 131H
Mutual 7 151C
Mutual 1 68H
Mutual 8 192C
Mutual 1 29C
Clara Fink
Kathy Gupton
Leah Perrotti
Kawain Payne
13926 Seal Beach Blvd.
Seal Beach, CA 90740
Two-Bedrooms
Corner unit, patio expanded, great fixer
Full expan., newer windows, heat pump
Cent. air & heat, drive-up, enclosed side patio
Huge greenbelt, cut down shower, prime unit
Washer/dryer, new lam. floors, drive-up
High side expan., lam. floors, new paint, greenbelt
Cut-off corner, btfl. greenbelt, tile floors
Move-in-corner, designer paint, dual windows
Corner, drive-up, greenbelt
Corner, enclosed patio, good for remod.
Expanded, patio, new paint and carpet
Enclosed patio, 2 skylights open, lam, floors, new paint
Remod. kit., washer/dryer, granite counters, lam. floors
Btfl. expansion, new paint & carpet, move in ready
Highly upgraded, one of a kind, must see
Full expan., extra large skylight, lots of windows
Gorgeous greenbelt, corner, central air
Charming expansion, step-in-shower, close parking
Faces south, laminate floors, skylights
Corner, great location, engineered wood floors
Drive up, enclosed patio, 4 sliding doors
Faces south, 3 large skylights, dual pane windows
Claudette “CC” Cooley
Gloria Hadley
$249,900
$259,000
$259,000
$279,000
$325,000
$325,000
$385,000
$385,000
$429,000
$449,000
Full expanded corner, 3 heat pumps, drive-up
Expanded, move-in-ready,3 skylights, bright
Corner, greenbelt, faces south
Expanded corner, washer/dryer, cent. air, planta. shutters
1-1/2 baths, washer/dryer, 4 skylights, faces south/so. west
Fabulous, 1 3/4 baths, washer/dryer, 5 skylights
Super remod., gourmet kitchen, washer/dryer. 1 3/4 baths
1&1/2 baths, washer/dryer, granite counter, skylights
Super corner, 1 1/2 baths, remod. kit, washer/dryer
Remodel, 4 by windows, washer/dryer
One-Bedrooms
$133,000
$138,000
$138,000
$142,000
$144,900
$145,000
$149,900
$153,000
$165,000
$165,000
Diana Flores
Greenbelt, laminate floors. faces southeast
Exceptional, crown molding, lam. floors, very nice
Great location, view, new paint & carpet, drive-up
Expanded, skylights, tile patio, heat pump
Pretty green, new paint & carpet, windows upgraded
Washer/dryer, upgraded kitchen cab.
Drive up, custom lighting, crown molding
Btfl. greenbelt, expanded, lam. floors, new paint
Full exp., wide courtyard, laminate floors
Upgraded, new paint, new flooring, new cabinets
Ed Farrell
Irv Hart
Linda Patton
Jay O’Hara
Jong Kim
Patti Kilian
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NEWS
Specializing in the LW Community
Gloria & Kathy
“The
Gloria Hadley Realtor®
“We really are SISTERS!”
884-3594
DRE # 01057681
562
Sisters
Mutual 2, 3H $259,000
Charming expanded 2-bedroom, 1-bath. Brick patio with storage. Features white kitchen w/ built-in microwave. 3 skylights,
heat pump, ceiling fan in 2nd bedroom, walk-in closet in master, move in ready!
Mutual 1, 12A $185,000
Move-in ready cut-off corner on gorgeous greenbelt. Tiled
patio w/ storage closet. White kitchen with ceiling fans. Tile
floors in kitchen and bathroom, carpet like new, white wood
blinds, heat pump, skylights, pretty entry door.
Mutual 12, 8J $210,000
Lovely 2-BR high-side expansion with great drive-up location.
Features skylights in kitchen and bathroom, living room and
patio. White kitchen cabinets, heat pump, cut-down shower.
Mutual 3, 5L $199,900
2-bedroom, 1-bath corner location. Great for Remodel! Close
to laundry and parking!
Mutual 14, 30H $ 385,000
Charming expanded 2 bedroom 1-1/2 bathrooms. Corner location, 3 heat pumps, washer/ dryer, 3 large closets. Kitchen features dishwasher, microwave, glass cook top touch pad range,
stainless steel fridge stays. Skylights and granite in kitchen &
bath. Dual-pane windows, great parking. Move in ready!
Mutual 12, 41H
$429,000
Beautiful Expanded 2 Bedroom - 1-1/2 Bath on Corner Location, Brick Patio w/ Storage, Skylights K&B, Remodeled Kitchen w/ Dishwasher, Microwave, Recessed Lighting, Walk- In
Closet, Many Extras, MUST SEE !
Mutual 2, 24K $239,000
Charming expanded 2 bedroom. Features white kitchen cabinets and dishwasher. Master has walk-in closet, 2nd bedroom
has decorative folding doors to living room. Close to parking.
Mutual 7, 153F
$259,000
Great value — 2-bedroom, 1-1/2-bath, corner location, highside expansion, on nice greenbelt, patio storage. Near Central Park.
Exclusive Listing
Give us a call for this
beautiful remodel
$495,000
”
Associate Broker Kathy
562
Gupton
618-9940
DRE # 00744676
Mutual 1, 70F $279,000
Lovely expanded corner, features 2 bedroom 1 bathroom with
added bonus room, perfect for office, crafts or den. White kitchen cabinets, built-in microwave. Plantation shutters, washer/
dryer, central heat & air. Bay windows, 3 skylights. Must see !!
Move in ready, close to St. Andrews Gate.
Mutual 9, 217L $249,900
Fully expanded, spacious corner unit. Private location, white
kitchen w/dishwasher, breakfast bar. Skylights & vinyl in kitchen, bathroom, 3 separate heat pumps, formal dining room,
phantom screen, built-in shelves and desk nook in kitchen.
Ceiling fan in dining room.
Mutual 8, 196E $325,000
Fabulous 2 Bedroom 1-3/4 Bathrooms, 5 Skylights, White
Kitchen w/ Dishwasher,, Ceiling Fan. 2 Walk -In Closets, Central Heat & Air, Plantation Shutters, W/ Dryer, Move In Ready.
Mutual 7, 158C $249,900
Charming expanded 2-bedroom, 1-bath. South facing overlooking pretty greenbelt. Newly painted, freshly cleaned carpets, 3
skylights, white kitchen cabinets & built-in microwave, tiled patio with storage, close to beautiful Mutual 7 Central Park.
Coming Soon
Fully expanded 2-bedroom, 2-bath,
washer/dryer. Completely remodeled.
Has everything in a nice location.
Mutual 1, 37E $142,000
Expanded 1-BD. Expansion can be used as smaller second
bedroom or den. Skylights in kitchen, bathroom, heat pump
and bonus AC unit in expansion. Cozy tiled patio.
Uniquely Fabulous • State of the Art Kitchen •
One of a Kind Design
2 Bedroom, 1-3/4 Bath, spacious open living space and dining area.
Beautiful master suite and bath. Washer/dryer, central heat & air.
Fully Remodeled with added side patio
$525,000
We can show ALL property in the LW community
Call and let us present our extensive marketing program.
Members of M.L.S.
Visit Our Website: www.thesealbeachsisters.com
13926 Seal Beach Blvd.,Seal Beach, CA 90740 (Behind Carl’s Jr.
Susan Wood
Real Estate Assistant
(562)
315-3447
On-SiteSales OFFICE
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NEWS
The
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Charles Briskey Real Estate
Every Sale We Make Returns Income To The Golden Rain Foundation, and Benefits Every Resident In Each MUTUAL in The Community
On - Site Sales Team
Sylvester Chumley
Realtor
Verna Chumley
Suzanne Fekjar
Marsha Gerber
Realtor
Realtor
Realtor
Dawn Januszka
Realtor
Carolyn McInerney
Realtor
Conrad Rodriquez
Realtor
We Show ALL Properties For Sale In The Community
562 598-1388 Visit Us at www.lwsb.com
New Listings
Notary Available On-Site
MUTUAL 2 – 40B - $249,000
Fully expanded two-bedroom unit; Staged to
showed its best potential!
Sold
MUTUAL 4 – 37D
$165,000
Basic two-bedroom unit; Easy
access !
MUTUAL 12 – 42H -$177,000
Two- bedroom unit; Great price
and Great location!
MUTUAL 1 – 29A
$165,000
Two-bedroom corner unit;
Great price!
MUTUAL 9 – 220K - $159,900
Best price in community on
this two-bedroom unit!
Sold
MUTUAL 3 – 13D - $130,000
One-bedroom unit; on pretty greenbelt;
Faces the breeze!
Sold
MUTUAL 1 – 28F
$249,900
Expanded corner unit; Lovely
greenbelt; Shows great!
MUTUAL 5 – 123A
$325,000
Expanded corner; 1.5 baths; Central
location!
MUTUAL 2 – 8H
$169,000
Two-bedroom basic unit;
Great price on this two-bedroom unit!
MUTUAL 10 – 248B
$399,000
Fully expanded two-bedroom unit In
immaculate condition; 1.5 baths; W/D
MUTUAL 1 – 65E
$135,000
Laminate floors; skylights in kitchen
& bath; pebble patio
MUTUAL 15 – 17M
$259,000
Two bedrooms, Two baths;
Approx. 1100 sq. ft. of living!
MUTUAL 10 – 244F
$230,000
Fully expanded two-bedroom corner;
Approx. 1100 sq. ft. of living!
MUTUAL 1 – 28F
$249,900
Expanded corner on lovely greenbelt;
Side patio; Washer/Dryer
MUTUAL 14-3D -$289,000
On Golf Course Partial Expansion
Perfect for remodel on the Golf
Course; Fixer
MUTUAL 7 – 146H
$138,000
One-bedroom unit; New paint,
New carpeting; Greenbelt!
MUTUAL 9 – 229F
$245,000
BACK ON MARKET – Fully expanded
corner; Shows great! Small patio!
MUTUAL 15 – 17G
$310,000
Two bedrooms! Two baths! Washer/
Dryer! Approx. 1300 sq. ft. of living!
MUTUAL 12 – 74C
$205,000
Two-bedrooms expanded master bedroom; enclosed patio; Great location
Sold
MUTUAL 8 – 200E
$240,000
Fully expanded two-bedroom
unit On small green
MUTUAL 3 – 9B
$130,000
One- bedroom unit
Very clean unit!
MUTUAL 9 – 221H
$137,000
One-bedroom unit with new paint
& carpeting!
MUTUAL 1 – 12G
$230,000
Fully expanded two-bedroom corner
Close to front gate!
MUTUAL 2 – 29G
$499,000
Fabulous remodel with two baths
washer/dryer; corner! Great unit!
Now’s The Time To List!
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NEWS
Steve Marsh
(714) 624-4126
Leisure World® Seal Beach
Listing and Resale Specialist
[email protected]
BRE # 00361589 - Associate Broker / CRS
12501 Seal Beach Blvd. #100
Seal Beach, CA. 90740
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Located
North of the 405 Freeway
In The
Rossmoor Shopping Center
SealBeach-RetirementCommunity.info
FOR 2016 - I had a total of 29 Leisure World pending and closed sales.
I Have Buyers For Yours Too! - Call Me Today For A Free Market Evaluation!
1841 Golden Rain Rd. 21F - Mutual 14 - $425,000
2 bed, 1 ½ ba. south west facing view of the golf
course. Fully remod. Central AC, double pane bay
windows, granite counter tops, walk-in closet,
skylights, washer & dryer, built-ins
13981 El Dorado Dr. 65F - Mutual 2 - $235,000
2 bed, 1 ba. south facing on a greenbelt with drive
up parking. Fully expanded, with double pane
windows, heat pump, skylights, walk-in closet,
dishwasher, & new Berber carpet
1300 Weeburn Rd 30L - Mutual 3 - $229,900
2 bed, 1 ba. south east facing corner unit with a
high side expansion. Double pane windows & new
paint. Leaded glass front door, 2 opening skylights,
large storage closet on patio
13701 Annandale Drive 16H - Mutual 1 - $139,900
1 bed, 1 bath, with a great greenbelt view. New
paint, wall to wall carpet and vinyl flooring. Kitchen
and bath have skylights. Large storage closet on
patio
13081 Oak Hills Dr. 223A - Mutual 9 - $235,000
2 bd, 1 ba. fully expanded drive up corner with
greenbelt view, wood laminate floor, skylights,
double pane windows. MBR has walk-in closet and
mirror closet doors
13199 El Dorado Drive - Mutual 9 - $209,900
2 bd, 1 ba northwest facing corner unit. Full patio
with 2 skylights and large storage closet. Double
pane windows, crown molding, 2 solar tubes,
leaded glass front door, move in condition
1541 Homewood Rd. 112F - Mutual 5 - $459,000
2 bd, 2 ba Brand New Fully Remodeled south west
facing expanded corner unit. LG appliances, double
pane windows, wood floors, central heat & AC.
granite countertops, washer & dryer.
1221 Golden Rain Rd. 3L - Mutual 3 - $239,900
2 bd, 1 ba partially expanded north east facing
corner. Central heat and AC, remod kit & bath,
double pane windows, skylights, microwave, Corian
counter tops, stone patio decking
13310 Twin Hills Drive 47E - Mutual 12 - $315,000
2 bd, 1 ½ ba fully expanded north east facing unit
with, double pane windows, wood floors, skylights,
central heat & AC, washer & dryer, walk-in closet,
microwave and dishwasher
I Have Access To The Total Inventory
On May 16, 2016 a total of 119 units show as
active listing on the CRMLS (this is where
Realtors list property for sale).
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24 - 1 bedroom, 1 bath from $130,000 to
$189,000
68 - 2 bedroom, 1 bath from $159,000 to
$379,000
27 - 2 bedroom, 2 bath from $229,000 to
$525,000
Please give me a call for detailed information
on any of these properties
1860 St. John Rd. 32P Mutual 15 - $285,000
2 bd, 1 ¾ ba, fully expanded upstairs east facing
corner, with leaded glass front door, wood flooring,
double pane windows, Corian countertops, solar
tubes, dishwasher, microwave