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Beacon Woods Civic Association Inc

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News You Can Use

by Julie Gabell       


     If there is such a thing as a “collective” Notable Neighbor, the residents of Mediterranean Court fit the bill. Over the past months I have experienced first-hand the generosity and caring that has characterized all of those notable persons featured in this column throughout the past six years. Though I have never before used this space for personal reasons, it seems right and appropriate that I should recognize as notable the recent collective effort to help me out during my move from “The Court” to Atria Baypoint Village in Hudson.
    First among this month’s notables are the Taggarts: Rosemary, who painstakingly measured my furniture and plotted the future position of each piece on graft paper, and Ed who has always been my “Mr. Fix It“ and all-round “Go for.” Next, it was Janet Beck who kept me calm and lent a willing hand and moral support from the outset. Arlene Kettner, nurse par excellence, was there when I did not feel well, and her husband, Jim, came to my aid whenever I needed a quick run to the store or workable solution to a problem.
    December’s Notable Neighbor also includes Betty Arcari who frequently volunteered to shop for needed supplies, and periodically checked to see if I were “surviving.” Sophie Huff, “Queen of Yard Sales” and “Wizard of Organization,” hit the sales at Beall’s and Bon Worth for me. And there was Goody Kokott, my early-morning friend, who mended a favorite sweater at the last blow of the horn. Carol Kraft, newly returned from Indiana, came with flowers and a lovely winter robe--notable gestures all that made the move go smoother.
    Notable, too, is the support and neighborliness of Kathryn Wilson. Her encouragement and snippets of practical wisdom made it easier to accept the inevitable. And without the help of Jonathan and Jacob Galajda, who braved the regions of my attic to retrieve articles long since forgotten, I’d still be mired in a veritable mound of “stuff.”
    These wonderful neighbors stood by me during a very difficult time, and in giving of themselves brought Christmas early to my door. Their thoughtful generosity exemplifies the true Spirit of the Season and demonstrates what we all should be to one another as residents of Beacon Woods.  I thank them!
Although the residents of Mediterranean Court were this month’s Notable Neighbors, the following persons from  other communities helped me out in numerous ways.
Fran Carey                                 Ginny Hiam                     
Loraine Cors                              Vivian Mark
Carol Flaherty                             Betty Mazer
Betty Frankel                               Mike and Mary Jane Miller
Gerri Gemmola                           Glen Morey

Duane and Liz Gonyaw              Marie Pallitto
Joe McNeilly
                     Jan Piper
 Joe Cazzalino                             Betty Sarvis


Beacon Woods Civic Association, Inc. 
12440 Clocktower Parkway
Bayonet Point, FL 34667
(727) 863-1267
Fax (727) 863-4857


    2015 Board of Directors

   President - Peggy Weiss
   Vice President - Jim Massey
   Secretary - Mary Moore
   Treasurer- Ken Smith
   Director - Ron Hubbs
   Director - John Gearity
   Director - Bill Bunting
   Director - Joe Kelly
   Director - Iggy Rodriguez



Upcoming Events
Village Woods Meeting
Monday, February 8th, 2016 Civic Center 10am

Architectural Review Committee Meeting
Wednesday, February 10th, 2016 Civic Center 10am

Board of Director's Regular Monthly Meeting agenda, Wednesday, February 10, 2016 at 6:30 pm.  CLICK HERE
PAY DUES ONLINE  (via e-Check or Credit Card - Fees will apply)
Hurricane Disaster Supply Kit  Also see important Hurricane information on the Members Activities Page/CERT
Clip “Box Tops for Education” labels & earn cash for the area schools. 
This program provides equipment for classrooms and playgrounds.  They are found on the following products:  Campbells, General Mills, Pillsbury, Nestle, Yoplait, Ziploc, Hefty, Scott, Cottonelle, Kleenex, Hanes, Betty Crocker, Land O’Lakes, Green Giant and more.  Over 200 brands participate.  You can shop through at Barnes & Noble, jcpenney and Target to earn eBox Tops. Enter bonus box tops sweepstakes online for offers in our area, too.  Please drop off your Box Tops at the Civic Center.
Can Tab Program
Please bring your can tabs to the Civic Center.  We are collecting the tabs to benefit Shriners Hospital for Children.  Although they may be small, the can tabs quickly add up and eventually bring a substantial amount of money each year to support the Shriner's mission to provide expert medical care to children at no cost.  Monies are also used to purchase items for the patients such as arts and crafts.
Clubhouse Hours
In addition to the normal business hours Mon.-Fri. 9AM-5PM, the Clubhouse is also open on Saturdays from 1-4PM.  It is available for dropping off payments, obtaining new homeowner packets, card playing or enjoy a leisure day reading in the free Beacon Woods Lending Library.

Assessments Now Due

The Beacon Woods Maintenance fees are $280.00 per year, $140.00 per 6 months or $70.00 per quarter for each home.

The 1st Quarter assessments for 2016 are due for January, February and March.  Please check with the Civic Center for your correct balance.

The Administrative Late Fee of $25.00 will automatically be applied to delinquent accounts on the tenth day of the second month of the quarter (for this quarter that date is February 10th).   To avoid this Administrative late fee your payment must be received no later then February 9th.  Please bring or send your ID cards with your payments so they can be updated, as they are necessary for access to the facilities and the Board meetings.

Ambulance Fund Applications                       
Renewals and New memberships for August 1, 2015 thru July 31, 2016.  $10/person pays $100/emergency ambulance usage.  Click here for Ambulance Fund Application

Additional information: (please click)

2008 Long Range Planning Committee Report

Garage Sale Info