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IN THIS ISSUE

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Deadline for Newsletter is

SEPTEMBER 18TH

Be sure to have it to us by NOON

on this day!

Visit us on the web at:

www.laketanglewood.org

Activities Club

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Calendar 3

Advertisements 4

LTGA 5

Library News

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LT Anglers

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Lions Club

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Advertisements 8

Village Of Lake Tanglewood 9

SEPTEMBER 2020

Dear Members:

Welcome to September. I hope everyone had an enjoyable

summer season!

The community center update is underway, which includes removing the

pond, fireplace, wall partitions, and replacing the carpet and tile with

wood-like porcelain planks.

Thank you for your continued support of our Restaurant! The

Restaurant is open for take-out orders and the patio is open, so please

give us a call at 622-3121 and we will be happy to cook for you.

Restaurant hours for now are Wednesday through Friday 11am-2pm and

5pm-8pm, Saturday 8:30am-2pm and 5pm-8pm, and closed on Sunday.

We are serving breakfast Saturday mornings!

The “Snack-Shack”, located on the side of the restaurant, is selling

canned soft drinks, bagged ice, bottled water, Gatorade, nachos,

hotdogs, candy, ice-cream, mosquito repellent, sunscreen and more. We

will be open Saturday 11am-8pm, Sunday 12pm-8pm, Memorial Day

weekend through Labor Day.

The Maintenance Department’s hours of operation are 7:30-3:30

Monday through Friday (622-3714). For weekend and after-hour

emergencies please call the gate at 622-1701, and the gate guard

will contact the maintenance employee on call.

HAPPY LABOR DAY!

Community events and special days to mark on your calendar:

September 7

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– Labor Day

September 8

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– Golf Course closed for fall aerification

September 12

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- Triathlon

September 13

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– Grandparents Day

Sincerely,

Jeff Baker

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The Tanglewood Women’s Club will meet each Monday in September at 10:00

A.M., except Monday, September 7, which is Labor Day, on the patio behind the

restaurant. Due to the COVID we are not scheduling specific activities for each

meeting. We will be meeting to discuss any projects or activities we might be

able to do, as well as just visit and have some quality, fun time together by the

Lake. We did make 3 Green Chili Casseroles, salad and dessert for the Staff at

Heal the City in August. We try to reach out and serve where there is a need.

Would love to have you ladies join us any time. Have a blessed, safe and well

September!

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Lake Tanglewood – Community Calendar

September 2020

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

LT Library open Mon - Thur 4-7 pm Fri 4-5:30 pm 1 7 Fire Dept mtg 2

4:30 Good News Club -K-6th gr. at LT Church

6 pm Church Youth 7 Adult Bible Study 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

3 9:30 Exercise Class – church 5 Aerobics-RAC 7 Lions Club - Community Ctr 4 FLAGS Sew & Tell – Activities Rm 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC 5 FLAGS 8:30 Tai Chi--RAC 6 FLAGS 9 am LT Church

7 FLAGS

9:00

Labor Day

Golf

Tournament

7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

8 FLAGS 9:15 Bible Study 5:30 Tai Chi--RAC 6 dinner 7 Bible Study for Young Couples

9 FLAGS

4:30 Good News Club -K-6th gr. at LT Church

6 pm Church Youth 7 Adult Bible Study 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

10 FLAGS 9:30 Exercise Class – church

5 Aerobics-RAC 6 Book Club dinner 7 Book Club Triathlon setup 11 FLAGS Patriots’ Day 9/11 National Day of Service & Remembrance 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC Triathlon setup 12 FLAGS

9:30-12

Triathlon

13 FLAGS 9 am LT Church 14 10 am Women’s Club 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC 6 Village Council mtg 15 9:15 Bible Study 7 Fire Dept mtg 16

4:30 Good News Club -K-6th gr. at LT Church

6 pm Church Youth 7 Adult Bible Study 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

17 9:30 Exercise Class – church 5 Aerobics-RAC 7 Lions Club - Community Ctr 18 LT October Newsletter info due 7 pm - Tabata Exercise class- RAC 19 8:30 Tai Chi--RAC 20 9 am LT Church 21 10 am Women’s Club 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

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9:15 Bible Study

6 dinner 7 Bible Study for Young Couples

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4:30 Good News Club -K-6th gr. at LT Church

6 pm Church Youth 7 Adult Bible Study 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

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9:30 Exercise Class – church 5 Aerobics-RAC 6 LT Board mtg 7 Ladies Wine Night – 140 Port O Call 25 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC 26 8:30 Tai Chi--RAC 27 9 am LT Church 28 10 am Women’s Club 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

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9:15 Bible Study 30

4:30 Good News Club -K-6th gr. at LT Church

6 pm Church Youth 7 Adult Bible Study 7 pm - Tabata – Exercise class- RAC

Please for safety sake: As we have asked LT residents for the last 13 years, refrain from driving around the

lake the morning of the Triathlon on SATURDAY, SEPT. 12

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. The Triathletes will be bicycling and

running on Tanglewood Drive, North Shore and South Shore.

Tanglewood Drive & North Shore will be CLOSED due to the bicycle race. Plan not to drive between

9:30-NOON. Please no complaining because we warn you every year to plan around the Triathlon events. This

fundraiser is to help the Children’s Miracle Network.

Construction crews & workers will be prevented from driving down Tanglewood Drive or North Shore 9:30

am -NOON.

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Lake Tanglewood Community Church

An Interdenominational Church

We invite you to join us

Sunday Service — 9:00 A.M.

Sunday School — 10:00 A.M.

THE PRAYER

OF THE FEEBLEST SAINT

IS A TERROR TO SATAN

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LTGA Golf News

I’ve visited with a few people about doing the September 7 - Labor Day Scramble.

We’re going to cancel that tournament this year because of Covid.

We’ve rescheduled the Men and Women’s Club Championship to September 19

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Please watch the marquee for more information.

Harold and I are getting quotes on replacing portions of the asphalt cart paths

with concrete.

The rule concerning cart path only: Please try to use the cart paths! If you must

drive out to your ball then keep your cart in the irrigated fairway. PLEASE KEEP

THE CART OFF OF THE NATIVE GRASS.

Thank You!

Rick Swope

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The Library is still open for limited hours. Covid-19 protocols observed.

Additions to the library during August –

FICTION

Exposed by Lisa Scottoline – Thriller; Rosato & DiNunzio series #5

If I Die Tonight by Allison Gaylin – Mystery; thriller; suspense

Alert by James Patterson – Detective Michael Bennett mystery

A Walk Along the Beach by Debbie Macomber – Romance

The Lies That Bind by Emily Giffin – Psychological fiction

The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs - Romance

AUDIOBOOKS

The Other Mrs. by Mary Kubica – Thriller; suspense; 10 CDs

Muzzled by David Rosenfelt – Mystery; 5 CDs

The Order by Daniel Silva – Mystery; adventure; 8 CDs

BIOGRAPHY

Sea Stories: My Life in Special Operations by Retired Admiral William H. McRaven – Memoir.

He is best known as the Navy SEAL commander who oversaw the raid that killed Osama bin

Laden.

JUNIOR

Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter

PRIMARY

Pig Pigger Piggest

Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge

by Rick Walton

by Mem Fox

Comes a Wind

The Pirate House

by Linda Arms White

Rebecca Patterson

Gaston Goes to Texas

Blu’s Wild Journey (did not misspell “Blu”!)

by James Rice

Christa Roberts

One Hundred Hungry Ants

Growing Up Is Hard

by Elinor J. Pinczes

Laura Schlessinger

The Tortoise and the Jackrabbit

The Legend of the Poinsettia

by Susan Lowell

by Tomie dePaola

Skippyjon Jones

Mouse Soup

by Judy Schachner

Arnold Lobel

A House for Hermit Crab

By Eric Carle

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The Family fishing derby went off without a hitch and was very successful. We had over 40

kids in boats and on the banks along with about 30 adults. Everyone got a t-shirt and we

cooked burgers and hotdogs for the participants. Special thx go out to Taylor Bell, Andrew

Glenn and Vance Hall for grillin’ all that meat. Thanks to Vance for all the t-shirts. And many

thanks to Laura Walton for food prep. And my wife, Pam, for all the organization, picture

posting, food prep and taking care of business while I am out goofing off and talking. We

will do it again next year!

Thanks for the support of Lake Tanglewood and all our residents .

Steve

L T L I O N S C L U B

September, 2020

“serving our community”

Because of COVID-19, we had a somewhat confined July 4th. Special thanks to the village for

the fireworks on Friday night. Thanks to community members for providing a safe parade for

children to enjoy. Maybe next year, we can have park activities for the children enjoy. Thanks

to Lions Club members for their carryout hamburgers, hotdogs & homemade ice cream.

Lions Club will support the CMN Triathlon on Sept. 12 by providing 20+ golf carts to shuttle

spectators & athletes to the community center. The golf cart drivers averaged 30 miles on their

golf carts during the shuttling. Thank you guys for helping the Triathlon by providing

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