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September 2007The Parke Bids a FondFarewell to DebbieAppreciation & GratitudeIf you haven’t heard the news already, on August 10thwe sadly said ”Good Bye” to Debbie Donaway, our Lifestyle Director of 6 years here at The Parke. Debbie was anasset to the community from the very beginning. On theday that she gave her resignation, she sat with me and reminisced about the old days when there weren’t even walls inthe Clubhouse. Rules and regulations for the Clubhouse hadnot even been written. She remembered a Centex Homesrepresentative coming to her in the Sales Trailer and askingher to write a set of rules for operating the Clubhouse. Sheremembered Vicky Pusey from Slenker Land Developmentcoming to her and asking her where she wanted the sodamachine to go.Six years have passed and Debbie will admit that therewere some good times and some bad times. But through itall, she always kept a smile on her face and held her headup high. She has moved on to a job closer to home. Whocould blame her? Where she once drove 45 minutes towork, she now drives five minutes. That’s certainly notmuch of a commute if you could even call it that.We have a tough road ahead of us. Her shoes will bevery hard to fill. If you would like to stay in contact withDebbie, her new email address is ddonaway@verizon.net.Bridget KetchamWhen I took over as editor of the newsletter, Debbiewas a tremendous help to me, providing me a lot of theinformation I needed to include each month in The ParkeBench. She definitely made my job easier by always givingme what I needed in a very timely manner. No matter whatI asked for, she smiled and made sure I got it. I will surelymiss her pleasant personality, willingness to help, and merepresence in the Clubhouse.Rick RodgersMark Your CalendarCommittee MeetingsOperationsSocialCovenantsBudget & FinanceCommunicationsProgramsDesign 241:30 pm10 am2 pm9:30 am10 am9:30 am10 amThank you for such a wonderful send-off party! Yourkind words of appreciation were overwhelming. Littledid I realize how much you cared. The cards, gifts, hugs,tears, refreshments, posters, poems, photographs and youroverall response is truly memorable. I am so proud to saythat I was part of The Parke community. The Parke is trulyextraordinary.I would be thrilled to havemy Parke friends stop by mynew office located at 116-118West Main Street, Suite 202,Salisbury.Please keep me in yourthoughts as I will you.Love & Prayers,Debbie Donawayddonaway@verizon.netCongratulations to Dave Stevensfor being elected to theOcean Pines Board of Directors!CLUBHOUSE HOURSMon. - 7:30 am - 7:30 pm7:30 am - 6:00 pm9:00 am - 5:00 pmNoon - 5:00 theparke.orgINSIDE THIS ISSUEParke Happenings .p. 2General Manager’s Desk .p. 6Red Hats .p.10Recipe Corner .p.10Outside The Parke. p.12Household Hints . p.13On The Lighter Side . p.16Sports & Fitness .p.17

2Parke HappeningsJava Info HourOn September 7th at 10 am there will be a Town Meeting for residents to meet their new Board of Directors. Inaddition, representatives from the State of Maryland andWorcester County will give a presentation on the rules andregulations regarding what is allowable in the protectedareas surrounding The Parke.Suzanne Murray, a Blood Bank Representative, willbe on-site to answer questions regarding the blood driveslated for the month of September.Next month’s Java Info Hour (see “Coming NextMonth” later) will host Maryland Delegates Jim Mathiasand Norm Conway. Remember to submit concerns and/orquestions on sheets located at the Clubhouse, Mail Pavilion, and website no later than September 21st.The Town Meeting is a great opportunity to gatherinformation and talk with your neighbors. As always,refreshments will be served.End Of Summer Beach PartyThe Parke’s Outdoor Committee is planning an “End ofSummer Beach Party” and you’re invited!!Where: Assateague Island STATE Park!!(Not the National Park)When: Saturday, September 8 (Cancelled in event of rain)Time: 1:30 pm till wheneverCost: Age 62 free, under 62 is 3 per person at the gateBring your friends and family and join your Parkeneighbors for an hour or for the afternoon at AssateagueIsland State Park!!!The amenities the State Park offers are: snack bar forlunch or dinner (you can bring your own food and drinks(no alcohol or glass containers permitted), a gift shop,dressing rooms, picnic tables, volley ball net (we needsomeone to bring a volley ball), boardwalk to beach,designated surf fishing area (bring your rods and bait),designated beach/swimming area (bring your chairs andumbrellas), large car parking area, area to fly kites, playFrisbee and just have fun!!! For additional info, contact JeriScott, 410-641-7170, or at jjscott3@verizon.net. To joinin a volley ball game, call Herb Simon, 410-208-1903, orsimoncoach@juno.com.Mark your calendars now. No signup is required; justcome for an afternoon of “Fun in the Sun”!!Scrapbooking ClassesScrapbooking will be held at the Clubhouse on Monday,September 10th and 24th, from 6:45 - 8:45 pm. Watch thebulletin board in the Mail Pavilion for information about anall day scrapbooking event this fall. For more information,contact Lenora Urie at marylenora@aol.com.Containers for Fall ColorsOn September 10th at 2 pm in the Clubhouse join GinnyRosenkranz, Extension Educator, Commercial Horticulturist, for a hands-on demonstration of planning and plantingcontainers for fall colors.Handouts will be available with plant choices for fall colors for sun and shade areas, and a container will be plantedwith step-by-step instructions.Financial Preservation WorkshopOn September 11th at 10 am in the Clubhouse, BankersLife and Casualty Company will present a workshop todiscuss several areas that affect today’s current and futureretirees.These areas include:* The new PART D of Medicare as well as the most up-todate Medicare information and recent changes.* Medicare supplement insurance vs. HMOs, long-termcare and home health care insurance and whether it is rightfor you.* How to help protect your assets from unexpected illnessand nursing home costs.* How to earn interest linked to the stock market with theirEquity Index Annuity.* How to possibly double, even triple your returns on whatyour CDs are paying with no risk to your principal.* How to maximize the interest on your Social Securityincome or other money.* How to help protect your assets from probate, and* Answers to YOUR most important retirement concerns.Refreshments will be served.News for The Parke Bench should be sent to theEditor: rickrodgers@mchsi.com by the 15th ofthe month.The Parke Bench is published monthly byThe Homeowners Association ofThe Parke at Ocean PinesPresident, Sally KohlerVice President/Secretary, Jim TrummelMember-at-large, Jim AngstadtMember-at-large, Joe MatturroMember-at-large, Paul RuskoDiane McGraw, Chair-Communications Advisory CommitteeSTAFFRick Rodgers, Editor (rickrodgers@mchsi.com)Joyce Piatti, Recipe Corner (japiatti@aol.com)Cathy Russo, Outside The Parke (roncathyrusso@mchsi.com)Bob Strauss, Advertising Rep (bstrauss@mchsi.com)Bridget Ketcham, General Manager (gm@theparke.org)

3Italian Cooking Classes Begin This MonthLinda Campanelli will begin classes in Italiancooking on September 11th. Other upcoming dates areOctober 9, November 6, November 20, and December 4. Based on resident interest in learning how tomake egg rolls, Campanelli will offer a special afternoon class. To express interest in the egg roll sessionor any of the dates for the Italian cooking class, call410-208-9573.Memoir Workshop Resumes!The Memoir Workshop will resume meeting on Tuesday, September 11th at 1 pm in the art room. This groupmeets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month fromnow until May, skipping December. If you’ve ever considered writing down your experiences, family history, andmemories from the past, why not join us? Just bring a penor pencil and some paper. Each time we meet we write onshort impromptu topics, look at examples from publishedmemoirs, and share what we have written. This past yearwe held a reading of our works at the Clubhouse at the endof April. Participants are not required to write on the suggested topic, may miss sessions, and may attend even whenthey haven’t written anything for that session.For our first meeting we will be going to the OceanCity library for a program on journaling and creativity inwriting. If you are going to join us for the first time or haveany questions about this activity in general, please call JeanFry at 410-208-4269 or e-mail at ovenbird35@mchsi.com.This group is NOT for women only!Fall Golf OutingOn Sunday, September 16th, the Fall Golf Outing will bebrought back by popular demand. All golfers are welcomeat a 9-hole scramble at the Ocean Pines course. Startingtime is 2 pm and the cost is 11 for OP members and 18for others. After golf, join us at the Vineyard restaurant fora post-round meal. Sign up at the Clubhouse. Janet Kernerand Robin Roth are coordinating.Canadian Rockies Trip for 2008A travel presentation meeting will be held on Monday,September 17th at 3 pm in the Clubhouse. Mrs. AnnetteStellhorn, Canadian Rocky Mountaineer representative andowner of Accent on Travel in Towson, has developed theitinerary (with a few suggestions from resident LorraineCuomo) for this September 2008 trip. She has extensiveexperience with the Rockies and will be able to answeryour questions. Highlights to be seen will include Seattle,Victoria Gardens, Vancouver, Jasper, Lake Louise, Calgaryand many more fascinating places.Every day more money is printed for Monopolythan the U.S. Treasury.Parke Book ClubThe Parke Book Club meets monthly on the fourthThursday of the month from 2 to 4 pm in the Clubhousecard room. Because of Thanksgiving, it will meet on thefifth Thursday in November. The Club will not meet inDecember. Their fall schedule is:September 27- “A Thousand Splendid Suns”by Khaled HosseniOctober 25- “A Thread of Grace” by Mary Doria RussellNovember 29- “Saving Fish from Drowning” by Amy TanNew members are encouraged to join this very informalgroup. For information, contact Sylvia Angstadt at: 410641-6038 or e-mail at j.angstadt@mchsi.com.National Book Festival 2007The 2007 National Book Festival, organized and sponsored by the Library of Congress, will be held on Saturday,September 29th, from 10 am till 5 pm on the National Mallin Washington, D.C., between 7th and 14th Streets. Seventyauthors in seven categories will be featured. For more information, go to http://www.loc.gov/bookfest/.The Friends of The Ocean Pines Library has arrangedfor a bus to travel to the event. The cost is 35 and seating islimited to one busload. The bus will leave the Ocean PinesLibrary at 6:45 am and return around 8:30 pm after stopping for dinner at the Annapolis Mall. If interested, sendyour check made payable to “Friends of the O.P. Library”to: Ms. Agnes Terry, 19 Newport Drive, Ocean Pines, MD,If you have any questions, call Mary Stevens at 410641-7946.

4Blindness, Low Vision Support GroupThe Blind Industries and Services of Maryland isseeking senior adults dealing with vision loss for a seniorSupport Group and blindness skills training. The groupis intended to serve adults who are blind, partially blindor who have low vision. Its purpose is to provide opportunities to learn alternative techniques for daily livingskills and adjustment to blindness training. Meetings areheld the second Wednesday of each month from 11 amuntil noon at the Arbor at Ocean Pines, 11202 RacetrackRoad.Platform Tennis SeminarSince 2002 The Parke has held an annual platformtennis seminar at the Clubhouse. This year it will be at9 am on Saturday, September 29th. To help in planning,please sign up in the Clubhouse notebook. You may alsojust drop in; there is no cost.The outdoor game of platform tennis will be explained with a short video, including the rules of play, anda demonstration of the equipment used to play this enjoyable game. Play is year round at the four courts located inthe nearby Manklin Meadows Racquet Center. Currently,some 20% of the current membership is from The Parke.One of the two newcourts built in 2006.Join The Parke’s Blood BankGroup Membership DriveJoin the Blood Bank of Delmarva group membershipdrive during the month of September. Residents and employees are invited to join as part of The Parke’s group membership. If you are an individual member of the Blood Bank ofDelmarva and want to enjoy the benefits of a group membership, you can do so by completing the group membershipform and paying the annual dues of 5 per person.Eligibility and CostsA minimum of 5 members must enroll in order to establishand maintain a group. Membership is open to all employeesand members of the sponsoring organization. Anyone canjoin, regardless of age, health or eligibility to donate blood.Members do not need to qualify as blood donors, since otheroptions are available to provide a pint of blood.Annual Dues: Dues are 5 per member per year. Onemembership covers the entire family (spouse and tax-dependents).Senior Citizen Plan: Senior citizens receive special discounts. After the first year, annual dues are just 2 for those65 or older. Members age 75 and older are not asked to take aturn providing blood, nor are those age 70 to 74 with 25 yearsmembership.Enrollment applications are available at the Clubhouseand Mail Pavilion. Complete the application and return itwith the 5 membership fee (payable to “Blood Bank ofDelmarva”) before September 30th. Deposit applicationsand dues in the Sign up Notebook. For further informationcontact Paul Whitson at 410-208-4994 or Susan Fingerhut at410-208-6262 or e-mail at ruiseDiscountersof MD., Inc.Where service and low prices excel!HELENE and LARRY CAPLANCruise SpecialistsToll Free: 877-482-SAIL (7245)410-208-4042 . FAX 410-208-4043Email: hlcvc@mchsi.comDo You Have.Service in Hours - Not Days410-289-1283 High Heating & Air Conditioning Bills? Asthma or Allergies to Dust, Pollen or Molds? Excessive Dust? A Noisy System? Hot or Cold Rooms? Air Thats Too Dry or Humid?410-641-1434 larrysac@mchsi.comThere Are Solutions!Our Whole House ComfortCheckup Will Pinpoint ThePrecise Cause Of Your Problems1-800-497-1434

5Safety Tip: No Cruise Control In RainComing Next MonthJava Info HourComing up on October 5th at 10 am, The Parke will hostMaryland Delegates Jim Mathias and Norm Conway. Theywill answer questions from residents relating to issues facing senior citizens. Submit concerns and/or questions onsheets located at the Clubhouse, Mail Pavilion, and websiteno later than September 21st.Dancing Under the StarsOur rescheduled “Dancing Under the Stars” will takeplace on Saturday, October 13th from 7 to 10:30 pm. Livemusic will be provided by our own Shirley & Tee. Lightfare will be served, but please BYOB. Tickets will cost 8.50 per person and will go on sale at the Clubhouse from10 am to noon on Friday, September 21st.Arts & Crafts FairMark your calendars now – you don’t want to missthis year’s Arts & Crafts Fair! It will be held on Saturday,October 27th from 9 am – 2 pm. You will be amazed at thearray of talent we have right here in our community! Youwill see a variety of high-quality, handmade items includingoriginal artwork, jewelry, hand-carved waterfowl, stainedglass and much more! Come and enjoy the creativity of ourfriends and neighbors as you discover the beauty of “Arte inour Parke”.Anyone interested in showcasing their art is invited tosign up in the Clubhouse Activity Book; sign-up deadline isOctober 6th. No additional vendors will be accommodatedafter that date. If questions, call Cathy Habeger, Chairman,at 410-208-3504.Alzheimer’s Association“Maintain Your Brain ”A report of a recent accident in Kilgore, Texas, madeit known how dangerous it is to have your cruise controlon while driving in the rain. A 36 year old woman totaledher car when it suddenly began to hydroplane and literallyflew through the air. She was not seriously injured but verystunned at the sudden occurrence!When she explained to the highway patrolman what hadhappened, he told her something that every driver shouldknow: NEVER DRIVE IN THE RAIN WITH YOURCRUISE CONTROL ON.She thought she was being cautious by setting the cruisecontrol and maintaining a safe, consistent speed in the rain.But the highway patrolman told her that if the cruise controlis on when your car begins to hydroplane and your tireslose contact with the pavement, your car will accelerate toa higher rate of speed, making you take off like an airplane.She told the patrolman that was exactly what had happened.The patrolman said this warning should be listed on thedriver’s seat sun visor: NEVER USE THE CRUISE CONTROL WHEN THE PAVEMENT IS WET OR ICY, alongwith the airbag warning.We tell our teenagers to set the cruise control and drivea safe speed, but we don’t tell them to use the cruise controlonly when the pavement is dry.The only person the accident victim found who knewthis (besides the patrolman) was a man who had had a similar accident, totaled his car and sustained severe injuries.NOTE: Some vehicles (like the Toyota Sienna Limited XLE)will not allow you to set the cruise control when the windshield wipers are on.Full Service SalonWorkshop:The Alzheimer’s Association be offering a communityworkshop entitled “Maintain Your Brain : How to Live aBrain Healthy Lifestyle” on Monday, October 29th from 1-3pm in the Clubhouse. See Peg Robinson at the Clubhousefor more details.Village Square . Southgate, Ocean PinesOwner Operator410-208-1569Shannon Bowie410-208-1568Mynell Bowie

6From the GeneralManager’s Desk:Fall is almost here. I thought thatI would take this time to let youknow about some of the maintenance items that we will be tackling in the next few months.1. Gutter cleaning will begin around the 1st of September. There will be two gutter cleanings between now andthe end of the year. If you have a specific issue with adownspout, please let me know so that I can let the cleaners know.2. During the month of September, The Moore Companies will be fertilizing and using a broadleaf weed control on all homeowner lawns in The Parke.3. In November, The Moore Companies will treat all homeowner lawns in the Parke with lime.4. As a result of an energy study that was done on theClubhouse, we will be insulating above the GM office atthe Clubhouse. There are other areas in the Clubhouseattic where insulation has been moved aside for a repairand not put back in place. This will be corrected as well.This should result in decreased energy bills for the Clubhouse.5. The exterior of the Clubhouse will be stained as well.We will begin with the side closest to Central Parke West.Our onsite Maintenance Engineer will be busy with thatproject.6. Water, water, water your grass and ornamental trees.Even our trees in the entrance islands to each street aresuffering. If you can find it in your heart and you have theability to water the trees in the islands, The Parke couldreally use your help watering those trees. The best timesto water are early in the morning and in the evening. I willkeep you posted on any watering bans that may go intoeffect. Until then, water, water, water!!7. We have had to skip a few mowings due to the lack ofwater supplied to many of the yards in The Parke. Thoseresidents who water their lawns quite frequently havegrass that needs to be cut and have been given the optionof having their lawns mown when we skip a mowing.Please contact the Clubhouse if you have questions aboutlawn mowing.For you snowbirds who are about to fly south for thewinter (I am so jealous), please don’t forget to set yourthermostats to at least 50 degrees and have a neighborcheck your home frequently throughout the winter.For those of us who like the change of seasons andtemperature, cooler weather is on its way. Hang in thereand stay cool.Many years ago in Scotland, a new game was invented. It was ruled “Gentlemen Only.Ladies Forbidden”.and thus the word GOLF entered into the English language.PETCarrying premium foods, toys, gifts & more!SUPPLIES11934 Ocean Gateway (Rt. 50 East) Phone: 410-213-7490

7Operations Advisory Committee (OPS)Chairperson Vicki McCormick opened the first meetingof the new 2007-2008 Operations Advisory Committee onAugust 14 welcoming new members and alternates. Newmembers are Dale Buley, Rich Dalton, Dave Harris, andEddie Tewell. Alternates are Harold Fingerhut and SamBroomall. Continuing members are Joe Green and MikeStevenson. Meeting topics included committee organization, items from the previous meeting, Clubhouse insulation, lawn-mowing policy, and outlot improvements.Mike Stevenson will be Vice Chairman and Dale Buleywill be recorder. Meetings will continue to be at 1:30 pmon the first Tuesday of each month. Stevenson will chairthe Fitness Center and Swimming Pool Subcommittee; JoeGreen will chair the Storm Water Management and PondSubcommittee; and Bob Shayer heads the Landscape Subcommittee.Dave Kohler reported some between-meeting actionsby the previous OPS members conducted by e-mail. A recommendation to replace the door on the Mail Pavilion wasreversed after the owner of Salisbury Door claimed that thedoor and frame did not need to be replaced. Some requestsfor funds for landscape improvements were completed,passed, and sent to the Budget & Finance Committee forinclusion in the 2008 budget before the July 31 deadline.(More details are in an addendum to the Minutes of the July10 OPS meeting available on The Parke website.)General Manager Bridget Ketcham reported on twobids for adding insulation above the ceiling in the Clubhouse. The committee passed a recommendation that sheproceed with having the insulation installed.The Board of Directors (BOD) has requested a recommendation for a policy for lawn mowing during droughttimes when only heavily irrigated lawns need to be mowed.Recently, the BOD and General Manager started a list ofnames of homeowners who want their lawns mowed every week regardless of weather. Bridget has arranged forMoore Co. to mow those lawns. OPS did not see any immediate objection to that procedure. Further considerationof options and a vote was deferred to the September OPSmeeting.Bob Shayer was asked to research options for improvingthe appearances of certain outlots that abut homeowners’lots without restrictions on finding the lowest cost option.This will provide information to help OPS and the BODunderstand various alternatives. D. Kohler proposed experimenting with lime, fertilizer, and seed in some selectedsmall areas.More details are included in the Meeting Minutes posted in the Mail Pavilion and on The Parke website. The nextmeeting will be on Tuesday, September 4th at 1:30 pm.Matturros and Stevensons VisitD-Day SitesResidents Mike and Barbara Stevenson and Joe andMarge Matturro (seen here) visited the sights in Paris fortwo days and then spent three days in Normandy visitingthe cemeteries and museums of the D-Day landings.They also took the Eurostar train to London via theChunnel, and in London Mike and Joe visited the Imperial War Museum and the Churchill Museum while Barbara and Marge spent four hours in Harrod’s. They werealso there during the discovery of the car bombs.EnjoyGrandparents’ DaySept. 9th

8By Jim YoungParke residents should soon be getting an upgrade ofthe Clubhouse computers, in the wake of the August 23meeting of The Parke Board of Directors. The board approved a bid for three new computers to replace the two aging ones and the no longer functioning third computer nowin the Clubhouse.The meeting also saw approval of spending for furtherlandscape improvements, principally in the Clubhouse,Mail Pavilion and Central Park areas. This comes on theheels of recent landscaping that has eased runoff problemswhile improving the looks of the Central Park square, aswell as other plantings in the Spring and refurbishment ofthe Manklin Creek entrance.President Sally Kohler noted “many positive comments” on the enhancements, and thanked Tom DeBaugh,who has completed the installation of the new street signsand given fresh paint to all the sign poles over the past several weeks. Board member Joe Matturro, with others nodding agreement, urged continued emphasis on maintainingand even bettering the quality of the community’s commonareas, calling it important to maintaining property values.Operations Advisory Committee Chair Vicki McCormick reported that, pursuant to requests from board members, her committee is working on proposals for a possiblepainting of the Clubhouse fitness center and on a final recommendation on providing grass cutting for homeownersrequesting it in weeks when most homes will not need itdue to prolonged hot or dry spells.Another committee report, submitted by Communications Advisory Committee Chair Diane McGraw, said theprinting of a new resident phone directory is now undercontract, with a limited run of 300 copies for the 503-homecommunity, based on the finding that many residents turn tothe Parke web site for others’ street and email addresses, andphone numbers. The committee report noted that a streetby-street survey has found only 103 homeowners lack emailcapability.The board took preliminary steps toward creation of anon-line forum on the Parke web site, approving distributionfor 30 days of resident comment of three items, a draft codeof conduct for residents joining forum discussions, draft violation rules, and a draft list of discussion topics. The boardadopted a plan for a week-long “checkout” period before thesite goes public, followed by a 30-day community-wide trialrun and a subsequent report from the Communications Committee for the board to take up at its next meeting, Oct.24th.The board also approved the filling of a new staff position created when Debbie Donaway resigned as The Parke’sLifestyle Director. The Lifestyle Director’s job descriptionwas revised to reflect our community’s growth and changesover the past six years. The board’s goal is to have a position of Clubhouse coordinator to oversee the day-to-dayrunning of the Clubhouse, including scheduling events, interacting with residents, and assisting the General Manager.The BOD wants to maintain the current level of services thecommunity is accustomed to and intends to fill this positionby the end of September.emocleWs'ovoDeNtrattoriaSpecialty Sandwiches Entrees NY Style PizzaHomemade Soups SaladsDeNovo:Computers, Landscaping GetParke Board Go-Aheadtomeco11310 Manklin Creek RoadSouth GateOcean Pines, MarylandPhone: 410-208-2782Check our website for daily specials:www.denovos.comis more than a furniture store . it represents a lifestyle.Route 54 Showroom(4 miles west of Coastal Hwy.) Fenwick Island, DE302-436-8224 800-474-8224ainagRoute 50 Showroom(6 miles west of Ocean City) Berlin. MD410-629-1717 888-629-1717.

9RESIDENTIAL / COMMERCIALOBALGLEXTERMINATINGDARREN M. VOSSGeneral ManagerINC.Office: 410.208.2515Cell: 443.783.2298South Gate of Ocean Pines11021 Nicholas LaneSuite 10Ocean Pines, MD Webster’s Dictionary Definition.DROUGHT - 1: A period of dryness, especially when prolonged and causing extensive damage to crops preventing theirsuccessful growth.As I write this message in late August, we are in a severe drought. Lawns lacking proper watering are suffering.Homeowners, your best plan to remedy this would be to have us install an automatic lawn sprinkler system now andreseed the lawn in September. A rough estimate for BOTH jobs is 3,300. Call us today for irrigation installation pricing foryour lawn.NOTE: As usual, we will offer an OPTIONAL seeding program for interested homeowners to be done in September or earlyOctober. Watch for this notice.

10Red HatsActivitiesRed Hats #1 (Les Chapeaux Rouges Du Parke)On August 9th our ladies had an enjoyable time as theyattended a luncheon at the Royal Zephyr in Ocean View,DE. This outing was planned by Princesses Meg Gerety and Sue Yates and was overseen by Acting Queen,Sharon Ziegler, during the absence of Queen BarbaraRusko.Wednesday, September 14th. An evening of fun andfood in the form of a pajama party to be held at theClubhouse. Princess planners for this outing are JayneCollinge and Judy Benjamin. Please sign up at theClubhouse in the Red Hats book. There is no cost.butpajamas or other “nightwear” is required. This is goingto be “something different” and a lot of fun!!Red Hats #2 (Sombreros Rojas)Thursday, September 13th. Meeting at the home of JeanBeatty and Hattie Rosetti (10 Cape May Place). Funniest hat contest. Luncheon will be catered and the cost is 16.00. Sign up at the Clubhouse by Sept. 6th.Red Hats #3 (Le Capelli Rossi del Parko)Wednesday, September 19th. Travel to Ocean City tohave lunch at the “Inn on the Ocean”. Please consultthe book for details and signup. If you have any questions, please call Lorraine Cuomo at 410-208-4799.Other dates to mark on your calendars are October 22ndand November 14th. Details of these outings will beavailable soon.Red Hats #5 (The Parke Red Hattitudes)Friday, September 7th. Lunch at MR Ducks at 12:30;cost is 12.50 (selection in the sign up book). An additional bonus for those who are interested: The Assateague Adventure - boarding at 2:30 pm (cost 13.00)for an educational and fun trip in a canopy-covered boatfor 1 1 2 hours.Red Hats #6 (Crimson Parkettes)Saturday, September 15th, noon-5 pm at the Clubhouse.Birthday party celebrating the Crimson Parkettes’second anniversary. Members are to bring a gift toexchange, a di

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