Good Morning Residents,
A special Happy Birthday to Dorothea Friedman, Bldg.120, who turned “106.” on Monday, March 6th. Thank you to Dr. Karen Gerry, the Community Kindness Club, for making Dorothea‘s day even more special.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our temporary website! Our Communications Committee has been working tirelessly to ensure you have a website as they work towards launching a new website.
This temporary website is a testament to our committee’s dedication and hard work, and we are excited to share it with you all.
We encourage everyone to make use of this site, especially to submit work orders.
The gossip doesn’t stop. NO, you can’t just run an extension cord to turn on the fountain in the lake. The fountain’s electrical feed will be connected to one of the new electrical panels we are waiting for.
CLUBHOUSE RENOVATION-NO TRESPASSING
The Tile Floors have been installed in the locker rooms.
Drywall has started in the Library.
The installation of our new front stage curtains was completed this week.
Some of the new equipment had to be rearranged to make more room to work.
The new kitchen doors have been installed.
Wall Shelving is being installed in the kitchen.
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME – “SPRING FORWARD”
At 2 a.m. Sunday, March 12th, move your clocks ahead one hour.
You will receive an email with a zoom link before each Phase Election. Ballot counting will take place in the trailer and be shown via zoom.
HP1 – MONDAY, MARCH 13, 2023 @ 10:00 am.
HP2 – THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 2023 @ 10:00 am.
HP3 – WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 2023 @ 10:00 am.
HP4 – TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 2023 @ 10:00 am.
HPA – FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2023 @ 10:00 am.
After each election, the Phase Boards will meet to reorganize.
Last Saturday was a hot sizzling day in March (only in Florida). Huntington Pointe hosted Hunters Run to see who would advance to the championship game scheduled for tomorrow. Hunters Run brought their “A” game, hoping to upset the number one seeded Huntington Pointe. But HP was up to the challenge as they defeated Hunters Run 17 to 6. So, it’s on to the championship, which will be played tomorrow at HP against The Yacht & Racquet Club of Boca Raton. So please come down and watch our guys and gals play for the Palm Beach Pickleball League Championship. Thanks to everyone supporting our team.
There was a printing error on the ORT theater flyer in the March/April Lifestyles. We are sorry, the Tribute to Simon & Garfunkel tickets are no longer available. Tickets for Noises Off are still available. For more information, contact Robin Scharak at 617-840-6710 or Eileen Feldman at 954-615-7940.
ORT AMERICA LUNCHEON
HP ORT AMERICA had its annual fashion show at Mizner Country Club on Thursday. There were vendors for shopping, and the 178 ladies who attended had a lovely luncheon, a beautiful fashion show, and a great time. A special thank you to all the many volunteers who helped put this event together.
SOCIAL CLUB MEETING
Dr. Robert Watson, Professor of History at Lynn University, spoke to a full house at our last Social Club meeting. He was his usual effervescent, humorous self. His wealth of information educated the crowd.
PAP CORP. WALKATHON
How wonderful to see our community come together as we did for this important cause. Your support for our 2023 Walkathon helped us raise over $20,000 for cancer research. You can be proud of yourselves and our chapter for being able to do so. Thank you to all the volunteers and sponsors. Carol Pam and Bonnie Platt walkathon Co-chairs.
Three HP clubs came together for the first time to host a dinner/dance at Benvenutos on Wednesday night. Over 120 guests enjoyed a cocktail hour followed by a four-course sit-down dinner. The music was provided by “IT TAKES TWO” who kept everyone on the dance floor. A wonderful time was had by all.
ONE STOP SHOPPING
You can purchase tickets (checks only) for all HPA Events/Shows//Concerts plus all Clubs and Organizations every Monday and Wednesday from 9:30 am to 11:30 am under the awning by the tennis courts.
The Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach advises that no Lithium Batteries be placed in your garbage, as they may ignite from the heat and cause a fire.