L.A. TIMES Lake Ashton Community Newsletter October 2022 Breast Cancer Awareness Month + Party in Pink Dueling Pianos Show + Tea for Tatas + Breast Cancer Walk + Pink Ribbon Dance & Golf Tournament see p. 25 Simply the Best! 4141 Ashton Club Drive Lake Wales, FL 33859 863.324.6032 863.324.5457 Lake Ashton is a 55 & Older Deed Restricted Community www.lakeashtoncdd.com

NEWSLETTER STAFF Christine Wells Editor cwells@lakeashtoncdd.com 863.324.5457 Valerie McCutcheon Advertising Sales, Layout & Design valerie@lakeashtoncdd.com SUBMISSION GUIDELINES November Issue Deadline: October 14 • Articles can be submitted on behalf of Lake Ashton clubs/ groups/organizations to promote lifestyle enhancing, opportunities, and must be approved by the group leader prior to publication • Email articles to: valerie@lakeashtoncdd.com • 150 word limit. Articles will be edited for length, clarity, and to ensure compliance with districts’ media policies • Include your club contact and phone number • The writing style is third person — avoid using I, me, my, we, our, or personal pronouns Photo Specifications: • All photos must be high-res digital images in “jpeg” format and submitted via email or CD/flash drive • Space will generally allow only one photo per article • The designer and printer will make the final determination as to the print quality of photographs for publication THE LAKE ASHTON COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT DOES NOT ENDORSE OR SUPPORT ANY PARTICULAR POLITICAL CANDIDATE, PARTY, MEASURE OR ISSUE, OR ANY PRODUCT OR SERVICE. OCTOBER 2022 Lake Ashton employees are at your service. We want your experiences in the Clubhouse, Golf Course and HFC to be as pleasant and memorable as possible! Do not hesitate to contact any of the below with comments, questions or concerns. Lake Ashton Clubhouse 4141 Ashton Club Drive Lake Wales, FL 33859 Phone: 863.324.5457 Fax: 863.324.5829 Lake Ashton Health & Fitness Center (HFC) LACDD Community Director: Christine Wells cwells@lakeashtoncdd.com Clubhouse Activities Assistant: Caroline Lane 863.324.6032 clane@lakeashtoncdd.com Clubhouse Office Manager: Sheila Moreland 863.324.5457 smoreland@lakeashtoncdd.com Clubhouse Operations Manager: Matt Fisher 863.956.6207 mfisher@lakeashtoncdd.com HOA Office (LW) Golf Club - Ron Lavoie, General Manager Matt Auen, Assistant Pro Eagle’s Nest Vicki Moore, Manager RV & Storage Center 863.325.0065 manager@lakeashtonhoa.org 863.326.1032 863.326.1032 rlavoie@lakeashtongc.com mauen@lakeashtongc.com 863.326.1085 vmoore@lakeashtongc.com 863.326.1304 dholmes@lakeashtonstorage.com Police Non-Emergency Numbers: Lake Wales: 863.678.4223 Winter Haven: 863.291.5858 Polk County Sheriff: 863.298.6200 In case of emergency, dial 911 3 6052 Pebble Beach Boulevard Winter Haven, FL 33884 Phone: 863.595.1562 Fax: 863.595.1567 LAIICDD Community Director: Mary Bosman mbosman@lakeashton2cdd.com HFC Activities Office Manager: Krystle Funk 863.595.1562 kfunk@lakeashton2cdd.com Gate Houses & Security Officers: Thompson Nursery Rd. (LW): 863.324.7290 County Road 653 (WH): 863.318.0237

MONDAY COFFEE Don't miss Monday Coffee with your friends and neighbors at 9 am in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Coffee & donuts are available for $2. OCTOBER 3 • Birthdays and Anniversaries • Featured Speaker: Lake Wales Main Street Updates • Featured Vendors: ComForCare and Amerity Financial OCTOBER 10 • Bite Me Monday - Donations for Humane Society of Polk County • Featured Speaker: Applied Aquatic Answers Your Aquatic Management Questions • Featured Vendors: Edward Jones - Matt Simpson OCTOBER 17 NO MONDAY COFFEE — LACDD BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING Peanut Butter Monday — monthly collection of nonperishable items for a local food bank OCTOBER 24 • Blast from the Past with David Harrison • Featured Speaker: Winter Haven Optimist Group • Featured Vendor: State Farm - Kevin Weltlin • Bloodmobile will be in the Clubhouse West Parking Lot from 8 to 11 am OCTOBER 31 • Trick or Treat at Monday Coffee • Featured Speaker: Lake Wales Chamber of Commerce and EDC • Featured Vendor: Edward Jones - Melissa Kincaid IN THIS ISSUE NEWS 6 LA LOOKS 16 SAFETY 18 MOVIES 22 EVENTS 24 GOLF 32 CLUBS 34 MIND & BODY 42 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETINGS LAKE ASHTON (LW) CDD Monday, October 17, 9:30 am Clubhouse Ballroom Joint Meeting to Follow LAKE ASHTON II (WH) CDD Friday, October 21, 9 am Health & Fitness Center CIT Y COMMISSION MEETINGS LW: 1st & 3rd Tuesdays at 6 pm, Commission Chambers, Municipal Administration Bldg., 201 W. Central Ave., Lake Wales WH: 2nd & 4th Mondays at 6:30 pm, John Fuller Auditorium in City Hall, 451 3rd St. NW, Winter Haven POLK COUNT Y BOCC MEETINGS 1st and 3rd Tuesdays at 9 am Board Room, 330 W. Church St., Bartow

HOURS OF OPERATION CLUBHOUSE: 6 am – 10 pm daily CLUBHOUSE OFFICES & ACTIVITIES DESK: 9 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday Photo ID Hours: Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 11 am to 4 pm (or by appointment) HFC OFFICES & ACTIVITIES DESK: 8 am – 4 pm Monday through Friday HEALTH & FITNESS CENTER: 5:30 am – 10 pm daily Stop by the Activities Office to put in an application if you are inter ested in volunteering in any of the following positions at the Clubhouse. This is a great opportunity to meet new people and get to know more about what goes on behind the scenes. • Activities Desk Volunteer • Event Set-up • Event Break-down • Other Event Support GET A NAME BADGE Wouldn't it be wonderful if everybody sitting at your table is wearing a name badge? We all have our Lake Ashton ID badge, but this one with just your name and the LA logo is attractive and easy to read. The cost is only $15, check only, payable to LA Purple Stars. The order forms are at the Clubhouse and the HFC and all proceeds are a donation to the American Cancer Society. 6 NEXT MONTHLY MARKETS: October 12 and 26 from 8:30 to 11:30 am Clubhouse West Parking Lot BAXTER’ S QUAL ITY MEATS Clubhouse West Parking Lot Wednesdays from 8:30 to 11:30 am BOOKMOBILE October 12 and 26, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm (closed for lunch 12:30 to 1:15), Clubhouse West Parking Lot FOOD TRUCKS In the Clubhouse West Parking Lot - stay tuned to media for additions, changes, and menus! 10/04 - Topsy's 4 - 7:30 pm 10/09 - Top Dog - 2:30 - 6:30 pm 10/13 - DonutNV - 2 - 5 pm 10/14 - Smokin' Oak - 4:30 - 8 pm 10/18 - K&E 3:30 - 7 pm 10/23 - Topsy's 2:30 - 6:30 pm 10/24 - Top Dog 11 am - 6 pm 10/27 - Smokin' Oak - 7 - 7:30 pm 10/28 - Topsy's - 4 - 7:30 pm NEW RESIDENT SOCIAL The next New Resident Social is November 11 at 2 pm in the HFC. Sign up at either Activities Desk. Stay tuned to blast emails for future dates. SIGN UP FOR BLAST EMAILS Visit lakeashtoncdd.com or scan this QR code with your smartphone to be directed to the website where you can sign up to receive electronic news blasts from the Clubhouse and HFC, Eagle’s Nest, and/or Pro Shop. If you are no longer receiving emails but were signed up previously, email valerie@lakeashtoncdd.com.


LACDD BOA R D O F SUP E RVISO R S CONTA CT INF O Robert (Bob) Plummer, Chairman Security, Operations and Staff 260-820-0389, rplummer@lakeashtoncdd.com Michael Costello, Vice Chairman Clubhouse Facilities including Outdoor Amenities (Dog Park, Pool, Sports Courts) 863-875-9228 or 732-718-7431, mcostello@lakeashtoncdd.com Lloyd Howison, Assistant Secretary Golf Cart Paths, Bridges and all Ponds 704-302-6555, lhowison@lakeashtoncdd.com Steve Realmuto, Assistant Secretary Budget and Finance 863-949-0304, steve.lacdd@gmail.com Office Hours: 2nd Monday, 10 am to noon in the Clubhouse Conference Room Debby Landgrebe, Assistant Secretary Reserve Study and HOA Liaison 863-268-8193, dlandgrebe@lakeashtoncdd.com LACDD NEWS By Christine Wells, LA (LW) CDD Community Director Welcome back to those that were traveling over the summer. Fall is in full swing in Lake Ashton with pumpkins and brightly colored leaves displayed throughout the Clubhouse and activity calendars bulging with fun! In this edition of the LA Times (and every issue for that matter) it is apparent why Haven Magazine in Winter Haven named Lake Ashton as the “Best Retirement Community” in their Best of Haven Home 2022 issue. Supervisors and Staff work hard to ensure there is a robust offering of classes and activities for residents to enjoy and amenities are kept in tip top shape. With that being said there are resident feedback forms located outside of the Community Director's Office and Facility Repair Forms located in each amenity room in the Clubhouse. Please complete a form if you notice something in need of repair and submit feedback concerning your experiences at the Clubhouse. Staff is here for you...to make your events go off without a hitch, to help advertise and promote your group activities, and to ensure you live your best retirement life. With the return of summer travelers traffic counts will begin to increase in Lake Ashton. With that being said please be sure to take your time when maneuvering throughout the community. Be sure to wear reflective clothing when walking or biking during hours when light is limited and always walk facing traffic. Please see page 20 for more information on how to keep our streets and residents safe. Please remember storm season runs until November 30. All residents should be prepared for severe weather. Helpful storm preparation resources can be found at either Activities Desk. Be mindful of lightning monitors throughout the community and seek shelter when needed. Supervisors met on September 19 to discuss the Request for Proposal (RFP) for Restaurant services at the Lake Ashton Clubhouse. The RFP has been sent to several interested parties and industry professionals. In addition, a not to exceed amount of $2,000 was approved to advertise the RFP in local trade journals. The Restaurant Lease Agreement will be discussed at a later date. Maintenance agreements for pool maintenance, aquatic management, security, and landscape maintenance were presented and all were renewed subject to adding language requiring pricing increases be submitted 90 days prior to renewal date. A cost savings analysis was presented and staff will continue to work on additional areas for savings. Please refer to the Community Director report for detailed information. Options to refurbish the landscape along Lake Ashton Blvd. were presented and additional options will be presented at the October Board of Supervisors meeting. A wrap up report of additional actions was sent out via email on September 25. All residents are encouraged to attend. The meetings can be attended in person or via Zoom. 8

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LAIICDD NEWS By Mary Bosman, LAIICDD Community Director LA II CDD B O ARD O F SU P ERVISORS CONTA CT INF O Jim Mecsics, Chairman - Public Safety, Security, Amenities and District Support, Public Works, Infrastructure, Wetland Resident Project Office Hours: Tuesdays 9:30 am to 12 pm 863.875.4554, mecsicsj@msn.com Bob Zelazny, Vice Chairman - Golf Course, Pro Shop, Eagle’s Nest, Facilities and Field Operation, Transportation System (roads, bridges, paths, etc.) Office Hours: Mondays 1 to 3 pm 863.325.8098, bzelazny@lakeashton2cdd.com Mary C. Clark, Assistant Secretary - Budget, Planning 252-503-7087, maryclark725@gmail.com Angela Littlewood, Assistant Secretary - Special Projects, Landscaping Area including Pet Play Parks Office Hours: Thursdays 9 to 10:30 am 352.250.9707,alittlewoodlakeashton2cdd@gmail.com October usually ushers in cooler weather, and the HFC fundraising drive for breast cancer. Wearing pink will get you points toward a price for “the most pink appearances in October”. We’ll have a honor/memory wall with names of individuals affected by this cruel disease. The Breast Cancer Walk on October 7th. will also be attended by Sheriff Grady Judd. The breakfast to follow will be the reward for the walkers who finish. There are two routes this year. One is ¾ mile long and the other is 1 ½ mile long. The Rusty Trumpet Dance on the 14th. It is a Halloween Dance, but a portion of the take at the door will go to our general fund for the Lake Ashton breast cancer donations. The donations for the month will be donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation of Central Florida and will be reported in an eblast and next month’s newsletter article. The LA II Board of Supervisors met on September 16th and Warren Construction received the winning bid for the HFC roof replacement. The District Engineer will be reviewing the contract in detail before work begins. Landscaping services will have a review completed for the October meeting. A new security golf cart will be purchased with FY 2023 funds. As I write this article, the weather is daunting…Ian is scheduled to be in Florida this week. Here’s knowing we were prepared, but not needed to be so. LA II CDD Candidate Forum LA West residents are encouraged to attend the upcoming 2022 Forum on Wednesday, October 26. Roy Aull and Duff Hill, who want to fill Seat 1 on our CDD II Board of Supervisors, will be participating in this event. The forum will begin promptly at 1:00 p.m. and will conclude no later than 2:30 p.m. As elected officials, members of our CDD Board of Supervisors hold important positions within our community. They are responsible for how our community is managed and how assessment funds are spent. Therefore, LA West residents are urged to submit questions they have for these candidates to mbosman@lakeashton2cdd.com or by depositing them into the Forum Question Box provided at the HFC. Remember to include your name and address on your questions. All questions must be submitted by noon on October 19. 10


RESIDENT SPOTLIGHT: LAKE ASHTON SUPPORTS OUR SPECIAL OLYMPIANS Did you know that there is no upper age limit to participate in Special Olympics? That’s right. White hair and baldness grace the crowns of many of Polk County’s Special Olympians, volunteers, coaches, and unified partners. The photo above shows the participants in the LASSO Bowling Rec League: Seated L-R: Josh Peek and Colton Morosky. Standing L-R: Mike Lopez, Mary Morosky, Rick Buckingham, Ricky Lopez, Jonathan Barrell, Scott Sharak, and Paul Morosky. The athletes are proudly wearing their blue ribbons—earned at the County and Area games. Polk County has a robust Special Olympics bowling program, and Lake Ashton’s LASSO Rec League helps to foster our resident participants, their families, and friends. Other residents of Lake Ashton have stepped forward to show their support by coaching and encouraging our athletes along their journey. A special shout out goes to resident Dennis Yenor who has devoted significant time in support of our athletes at Lake Ashton Lanes, at Polk County practices, and even at the competitions. On any given day, you will likely see Lake Ashton’s very own Jonathan Barrell at the Clubhouse bowling alley where he spends countless hours honing his skills. All that practice really paid off, as he won first place in the State Bowling Competition in September, along with Shawn Squires. Congratulations! Special Olympics strives to create a better world by fostering the acceptance and inclusion of all people. Through the power of sports, people with intellectual disabilities discover new strengths and abilities, skills and success. Our athletes find joy, confidence and fulfillment—on the playing field and in life. Thank you, Lake Ashton, for embracing our unique residents and fostering opportunities for them to participate in the community. To learn more about some lifestyle enhancing opportunities for our special residents and their parents, caregivers, or community friends to gather socially and engage in healthy activities right here in Lake Ashton, email Mary at morosky.m@gmail.com. DRIVER'S LICENSE CHECKS Residents and guests entering via the visitors gate at either entrance to Lake Ashton should be prepared to show their driver's license when checking in with the Security Officer on duty. This is done to confirm the identity of the person entering the community. This is a procedure designed to add an additional level of security for residents' peace of mind and by no means meant to be intrusive. Questions regarding security procedures can be directed to Robert Plummer, LACDD Supervisor, at rplummer@lakeashtoncdd.com or Jim Mecsics, LAIICDD Supervisor, at mecsicsj@msn.com 12


BOWLING LANES REMINDERS • Open Bowling is available on Saturdays, Sundays, and Mondays. The lanes are available on a first come, first served basis and leagues are not booked on these dates. • Reservations can be made by all residents on days that are not listed as open bowling. Please see Sheila Moreland in the Club Office to reserve the number of lanes needed for Tuesday - Friday play. • Bowling shoes are required when using the bowling lanes. Please bring your own or use a pair from those provided near the entrance to the lanes. • The bowling machines are all self scoring. If you are unsure how to operate the machines or need assistance, please contact staff. • No one is allowed past the foul line or on a bowling lane at any time. • Proper bowling etiquette shall be adhered to at all times. The use of profanity or disruptive behavior is prohibited. • No food or drinks are allowed in the approach area. • If at any time the equipment fails to operate properly or your ball does not return, please contact staff or security (863-324-7290) for assistance. • No one is allowed behind the pin setting machines without Amenities Manager’s permission. • Return all balls and shoes to racks when you have finished bowling. • Guests must be accompanied by an adult who understands the rules if under the age of eighteen (18). PET PLAY PARK REMINDERS • Please remember to pick up after your dog and dispose of the bags in the receptacles provided. • Put down all umbrellas prior to leaving the Pet Play Park. The umbrellas could be damaged during windy days. 14 • The bags located in the dispensers at the Pet Play Parks and by the Clubhouse Tennis Courts are for use while at the Park or walking around the amenities only. Under no circumstance should users take large quantities of the bags for use outside of these areas. • The Districts have recently installed new grass in the Pet Play Parks. To keep the grass in good shape users are encouraged to stop dogs from digging and fill any holes with the sand provided to ensure the grass stays in good shape for years to come. TREES PLANTED IN CLUBHOUSE PET PLAY PARK The Gar den Club, Supervisors, residents, Chloe the dog, and staff joined Gene, the Barefoot Gardener, on September 6 for some post Labor Day labor. Two Live Oak Trees were planted in the Clubhouse Pet Play Park to pr ovide shade for future users of the park. Thank you to all that participated in planting the trees. Chloe even found a little shade from the new trees. Stop by and take a look. Please help the trees get established by keeping dogs away from the growing trees as much as possible.


LA LOOKS Native Flowers of Central Florida By Lynn Davis Florida’ s state wildflower is the coreopsis, better known as the tickseed. There are about 15 different species. The species lance-leaf grows naturally. Though it’s a short-lived perennial (returns every year), it often reseeds. It’s primarily a spring bloomer, but with some deadheading will bloom into summer. The tickseed bought at local home improvement stores and some nurseries often are non-native. To find native species google: Florida Native Flower/Plants or visit thenectarylkld.com, located in Lakeland. Why plant tickseed in your yard? Tickseed is drought tolerant, attracts pollinators, may be used in tea, has been known to be used for medical ailments and is easy to maintain. Enjoy and reap the benefits of planting native flowers! LAKE ASHTON WETLANDS AND CONSERVATION AREAS Many residents live near a wetland or conservation area. A wetland has many positive roles that serve the ecosystem. They improve water quality by cleaning out the pollutants before they reach our beautiful lake and protect residents from flooding, acting as giant sponge. Lake Ashton CDD has a contract with an aquatics vendor to maintain certain wetlands and conservation areas. These areas are governed by the Southwest Florida Water Management District. We ask that residents refrain from entering these areas or planting plants as it is prohibited. If there are any questions or concerns, email Matt Fisher at MFisher@lakeashtoncdd.com. SAFEGUARD STORM DRAINS FRIENDLY REMINDER: Please remember to put umbrellas down after use when visiting the Pool, Bocce Courts, or Pet Play Parks. Leaving them up can potentially cause them to be damaged by wind and rain. 16 Never place loose vegetation on top of storm drains, as it can fall or blow into the storm drain and clog the stormwater system. Yard waste and bulk trash or items that will not fit into the containers should be placed at the curb no more than 48 hours prior to pick-up. In no event shall any items for pickup be placed in the street. Call the City of Lake Wales, Customer Service (863-678-4182, ext.226) or City of Winter Haven (863-291-5756) Trash and Garbage Office for information about scheduled pickup or to arrange for an unscheduled pickup.

LA ( LW) HOA CORNER By Tom Hevel The HOA has been very busy through the summer and will be even busier this Fall. In mid-October all Lake Wales residents will be sent revised covenants, conditions and restrictions for Lake Ashton. You will find the revisions in total and a proxy form with a return mailing envelope. Residents can either send in their proxy or come to the special meeting in November and vote. The HOA Board and a committee of residents have been working for over two years on these revisions. The Board wishes to thank the committee for their hard work and input in this important process. Many of the revisions have to do with the developer no longer being involved with the East HOA and much of the CC&Rs addressed those concerns. The HOA wants input from the community as well and as such have put together a YOUTUBE video detailing the changes, and will have public meetings before the vote to address residents' concerns and questions. LA (LW) HOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS (BOD) Contact Information Management Company: Don Asher Michellette Ramos: manager@lakeashtonhoa.org All Directors: directors@lakeashtonhoa.org To report a violation: include address, issue & photos, compliance@lakeashtonhoa.org President/Treasurer: Bob Prowant president@lakeashtonhoa.org Vice President Nancy Baker vp@lakeashtonhoa.org Secretary Tom Hevel secretary1@lakeashtonhoa.org Secretary2 David Muller secretary2@lakeashtonhoa.org Secretary3 Steve Hogan secretary3@lakeashtonhoa.org 17 Wildlife Corner Photo & Article By Barbara Ann Comer The Cattle Egret is a common sight in Polk County and true to their name they are frequently seen on or around cows. They help keep the cows free of insects and also enjoy freshly mown fields. At Lake Ashton you are more likely to see one perched on an automobile as if mistaking it for a cow. They are white with a yellow bill and legs. Much smaller than Great Egrets, they are even a little smaller than a Snowy, but more stocky. Their breeding plumage adds a beautiful buff to their white plumes. Not a native bird, they hail from Africa arriving in South America on the winds of hurricanes in the late 1800s. They have spread from there and continue to work their way north arriving in Florida in the early 1950s. They are technically an exotic species, but not an invasive exotic. Scene About Town Mamas and babies pictured in LA: Bottom left picture by Mike Morton, bottom right by Elizabeth Barrell.

SAFETY NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH By Fay Wood, NW Chief Don’t Let Scammers Put Your Generosity at Risk! Unfortunately, anyone can get scammed. Here are some red flags to watch out for before giving money to a cause: • When fundraisers are more pushy than you’d expect, asking for account or SS numbers, that’s a good indication something is wrong. • Make all donations through mail or the charity’s website. • They’re so vague there’s no way to tell if they’re legit or calling from their parent’s basement. • Trying to create history by thanking you for a donation you’re not certain you made is a trick to make you feel like you already checked them out. Don’t fall for it. A Better Way — Choose Your Own Charity. To prevent high-pressure tactics getting you to part with your money, just say no to random calls! Do your own research. With this approach, you can protect your money from bogus charities and make a choice you know will give directly to the cause. PEAK STORM SEASON Hurricane season ends November 30, but the peak storm season runs from mid-August to late October. All residents should be prepared for severe weather. A list of storm season tips can be found at lakeashtoncdd.com or at the Clubhouse Information Wall. Pay attention to the lightning detection devices throughout the community and seek shelter when the sirens sound. Go to alertpolk.com to register your contact information for the telephone and email notification system that Polk County officials use to inform county residents of situations that may affect their health, safety, and welfare, including severe weather alerts. CITIZENS ASSISTED PATROL (CAP) By Mike Weissberg Citizens Assisted Patrol (CAP) is always looking for more volunteers to patrol the streets. Come help be the eyes, ears, and presence for the Sheriff’s department. Patrols are once a week for two hours. Applications are available in the Clubhouse and HFC. For more information contact Mike Weissberg at 863-324-3541 (please leave a message). C RT CERTainly Safe COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM Home Safey Tips from Your Lake Ashton Community Emergancy Response Team EXTENSION CORD SAFETY TIPS Avoid trip hazards Replace frayed cords Don’t overload cords Don’t cover cords with a rug https://www.cpsc.gov/s3fs-public/5032.pdf 18


PARKING & ROAD SAFETY REMINDERS Residents are reminded that the speed limit throughout all of Lake Ashton is 20 mph and all golf carts, vehicles, and bicycles (including electric bicycles) should make a complete stop just before the white stop bar whether before or after the posted stop sign. It only takes a moment to follow the traffic controls that are in place that could potentially prevent a serious accident. The Lake Wales and Winter Haven Police Department patrol in Lake Ashton on a regular basis. Please take a little extra time to ensure you maneuver throughout the community as safely as possible to avoid a ticket and more importantly, an accident. The following excerpt was taken from Florida State Statute 316.1945 Stopping, standing, or parking prohibited in specified places. For the full statute, visit www.leg.state.fl.us/ No person shall stand or park a vehicle, whether occupied or not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger or passengers: 1. In front of a public or private driveway. 2. Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. 3. Within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection. 4. Within 30 feet upon the approach to any flashing signal, stop sign, or traffic control signal located at the side of a roadway. Keep in mind the streets in Lake Ashton are very narrow and there are many forms of traffic which heightens the danger during busy times. The information listed above will be passed along to vendors to ensure they are following the established state statutes. The following items will also help to alleviate dangerous situations on the road. • Do not park a vehicle directly parallel to another vehicle. • Do not park on a curve. • Park as close to the curb as possible. Residents can help by informing vendors that are performing work at their home of the parking "good practices" above. With everyone's help the streets of Lake Ashton will be as safe as possible. Please note that the City of Lake Wales ordinance prohibits the operation of golf carts by anyone under the age of 14 and City of Winter Haven prohibits operation by anyone under the age of 16. Please observe safety guidelines and all traffic laws when operating golf carts! Be safe while having fun with children on golf carts. Drivers should not place young children on their laps, as this creates a hazardous condition for the children in the case of a panic stop or accident. 20

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MOVI ES ALL TUESDAY SHOWINGS ARE CLOSED CAPTIONED. CINEMA CAPACITY: 55 OCTOBER 4 — 6 11 AM, 3 & 7 PM MRS. HARRIS GOES TO PARIS 2022 | PG | 1H 55MIN London housecleaner Ada Harris thinks her lonely life might turn around if she can become the owner of a Christian Dior gown. Saying goodbye to friends like Archie won't be easy, and neither will be winning over elite people in Paris from Madame Colbert to idealistic accountant André. But Ada's irrepressible charm just might end up saving the whole House of Dior. OCTOBER 11 — 13 11 AM, 3 & 7 PM A JAZZMAN’S BLUES 2022 | R | 2H 7MIN When a stack of letters delivered to a state attorney general in 1987 prompts the reopening of a long-unsolved murder case, the story of star-crossed lovers Bayou and Leanne emerges -- and with it the secrets that would destroy them. OCTOBER 18 — 20 (NO 11 AM MOVIE OCTOBER 20) 11 AM, 3 & 7 PM BLONDE 2022 | NC-17 | 2H 45MIN In this film based on a novel by Joyce Carol Oates, Marilyn Monroe (Ana de Armas) narrates the story of her life, providing a glimpse into how Norma Jean Baker transcended a troubled childhood to transform herself into one of Hollywood's most enduring stars. OCTOBER 25 — 27 11 AM, 3 & 7 PM ALL THE OLD KNIVES 2022 | PG-13 | 2H 5MIN When the CIA discovers one of its agents leaked information that cost more than 100 people their lives, veteran operative Henry Pelham (Chris Pine) is assigned to root out the mole from among his former officemates at the agency's Vienna station. His investigation takes him from Austria to England to California, where he is reunited with his one-time colleague and ex-lover Celia Harrison (Thandiwe Newton). The pair are forced to blur the lines between profession and passion in this riveting tale of global espionage, moral ambiguity, and deadly betrayal.

MAY 7 CLASSIC & SPECIAL INTEREST MOVIES ARE SHOWN IN THE CLUBHOUSE CINEMA ON FRIDAYS AT 11 AM & 3 PM OCTOBER 7 GHOSTBUSTERS AFTERLIFE 2021 | PG-13 | 2H 4MIN When a single mom and her kids arrive in a small Oklahoma town, they begin to di scover thei r connection to the original ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind. Starring Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Bill Murray, Paul Rudd and McKenna Grace. OCTOBER 14 (NO 3 PM MOVIE) CLUE 1985 | PG | 1H 36MIN Director Jonathan Lynn's board game-inspired campfest finds six colorful dinner guests gathered at a mansion, where they all become suspects in the death of the house's owner, who had been blackmailing each of them. OCTOBER 21 THE MUNSTERS 2022 | PG | 1H 50MIN Lily is a typical 150-year-old lovelorn vampire who's looking for the man of her nightmares -- until she lays her eyes on Herman, a 7-foot-tall green experiment with a heart of gold. It's love at first shock as these two ghouls fall fangs over feet for each other in a Transylvanian romance. Unfortunately, it's not all smooth sailing in the cemetery as Lily's father has other plans for his beloved daughter's future, and they don't involve her new bumbling beau. Directed by Rob Zombie, starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Jeff Daniel Phillips, Daniel Roebuck. OCTOBER 28 HOCUS POCUS 2 2022 | PG It's been 29 years since someone lit the Black Flame Candle and resur rected the 17th-century Sanderson sisters (Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and Bette Midler), and they are looking for revenge. Now it is up to three high-school students to stop the ravenous witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on Salem before dawn on All Hallow's Eve. “If You’ve Got The Time, I’ll Make It Shine!” MOBILE DETAILING 863-440-4220 Derrick Gibson

EVENTS CARRABBAS DINNERS FOR TWO + KARAOKE Carrabba’s will be offering three delicious Dinner for 2 options (see menu below) and you will have the choice of taking your meal to go or eating in the Ballroom on October 12 at 5 pm. Please place your orders by 3 pm on October 12 by calling 863-293-6635. Payment will go directly to Carrabba’s and can be made by credit card over the phone at the time of ordering or by cash or credit card in person the day of. · 2 for $30 - Homemade Chicken Marsala with penne al pomodoro, side Caesar salad, and the signature Carrabba’s bread · 2 for $25 – Homemade Penne with meatballs, a side Caesar salad, and the signature Carrabba’s bread · 2 for $25 – Homemade Lasagna with a side Caesar salad, and Carrabba’s signature bread · Add 1 cannoli for $1 per person · Add a 32oz pitcher of sangria (blackberry, peach, or classic red) for $25 If you choose to eat your meal in the Ballroom, stop by the Clubhouse Restaurant after for karaoke with DJ Wayne from 6 to 9 pm. Get your $2 tickets at the Clubhouse Activities Desk. BYOB! ALL SAINTS ACADEMY DANCE ENSEMBLE Lake Ashton welcomes back the All Saints Academy Dance Ensemble to the Clubhouse Ballroom for a FREE performance on October 13 at 3 pm. The ASA Dance Ensemble is a performance and competition team open to dancers from kindergarten through high school. The team has performed at theme parks, Washington D.C., the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, and all through Polk County. Don’t miss this FREE performance — get your general admission ticket at the Clubhouse Activities Office. 24 SUNDAY FUNDAY Live music in the Clubhouse Ballroom, good times, great memories, need we say more? Get your $3 tickets at the Clubhouse Activities Desk. October 9 – Randy Sullins Food Truck: Top Dog - 2:30 - 6:30 October 23 – Carlos & Company Food Truck: Topsy’s - 2:30 - 6:30 Event is from 3 – 6 pm and you can bring your own drinks and snacks, or purchase food from the food truck in the Parking Lot. CORNHOLE TOURNAMENT Stop by the HFC and sign up for Fall Back Cornhole Tourney October 14 at 9 am. Teams will consist of two players who will be competing for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. This event is sponsored by Weaver Loveless Law. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12 11 am — 2 pm CLUBHOUSE patio, garden & parking lot Vendors & Crafters Fun Fall Food Carnival Games Cornhole Shuffleboard Horseshoes Face Painting Caricatures Sign up with Caroline at the Clubhouse Activities Oice k if you would like to voluntr — a positions nded! A games and activities are completely fr! Fd is available for purchase. BYOB!

Prizes for the man and woman that wears the most pinktastic outfit will be given out. Tickets are on sale now for $20 at the Clubhouse Activities Office. Residents can get a free ticket to this event by attending a seminar on October 7 (includes a free meal as well). TEA FOR TATAS Attention ladies of Lake Ashton! Bring your favorite tea cups, pots, and all the pink decorations that you can find to decorate a table (or we can decorate for you) to show support for breast cancer awareness at the Tea for Tatas Tea Party on October 20 at 12 pm in the Clubhouse Ballroom. PARTY IN PINK Join the fight against breast cancer and enjoy a Dueling Piano show, just like Howl at the Moon, on October 14 at 7 pm. Enjoy a mixer bar (bring your own alcohol), nonalcoholic drinks, and an all pink snack bar — all included in the ticket price of $20! Be sure to bring cash to get your favorite message put on the mirrors or your favorite song played. The Dueling Piano performers will be donating a portion of their tips to the LALGA Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament. Memory flowers, shoelaces, pink ribbons, and water bottles (fill it with your own alcohol and stop by the mixer bar) will also be sold. Everyone (men and women) are encouraged to wear all pink but don't let that stop you. If you do not own anything pink just come as you are and enjoy a great night out! A memory table will be available to display pictures of those that lost their battle. Bring a framed picture of your loved one to display and a candle will be lit in their honor. 25 A memory table will be available to display pictures of those that lost their battle. Bring a framed picture of your loved one to display and a candle will be lit in their memory. A selection of tea sandwiches, petite desserts and a tea bar with hot and iced tea will be available. Be sure to bring cash to purchase pink shoelaces, pink ribbons, water bottles, and more to support the LALGA's Pink Ribbon Golf Tournament. HFC HONOR WALL Reserve a spot on the honor wall to honor those who fought breast cancer, those who are currently fighting breast cancer, and remember those loved ones who have passed. This is free. Exercise class participants - please wear pink to the classes. The person wearing the most pink during the month wins a prize! BREAST CANCER WALK Join us at the HFC for our annual Breast Cancer walk and continental breakfast October 7 at 9 am. Send off by Sheriff Grady Judd. Sign up Today! Breakfast is for walkers only. SEE P.32 FOR INFORMATION ON THE PINK RIBBON DANCE AND GOLF TOURNAMENT SUPPORTING THE FIGHTERS ADMIRING THE SURVIVORS HONORING THE TAKEN & NEVER GIVING UP HOPE

2023 SHOWCASE INFORMATIONAL MEETING By Karen Nelson 2023 must be near - Lake Ashton Performing Arts Corporation's informational meeting for the 2023 Showcase is scheduled for November 3 at 1 pm in the Clubhouse Ballroom. This meeting is open to all LA residents — bring your vocal, dance, comedy, carpentry, sewing, production, backstage, box office, audio, lighting … and more ... talents, or learn or discover hidden talents! Learn what the excitement is about! P.S. - the 2023 Showcase itself will be on March 24 and 25, 2023, so save these dates too! LAKE ASHTON VETERANS ASSOCIATION USO DANCE By Jim Mecsics, LAVA Commander ATTENTION IN THE CAMP! ATTENTION IN THE CAMP! All Lake Ashton residents are requested to “muster’ at the Health and Fitness Center Ballroom on November 4 at 1900 hrs. (that’s 7 PM in civilian time) for an evening of excellent music, dancing, snacks and a chance to mingle with your Lake Ashton community neighbors for a great time. Music will be provided by Good Stuff band. There will be complementary snacks, and you will be able to bring your own refreshments and drinks. Tickets go on sale October 17 and can be purchased at either Activities Desks (checks only). Tickets are $10 with the proceeds going to support the Lake Ashton Veterans Association programs. You do not need to be a veteran to join us as everyone is welcome to enjoy a nostalgic trip to the USO Dance Days. CALLING ALL CRAFTERS! The LA Purple Stars, your Relay For Life Team, will be sponsoring a booth selling hand crafted items at the December 14 Lake Ashton Bi-Monthly Market. 100% of the proceeds of all donated items sold will go to the American Cancer Society. Items are needed to fill the booth. If you have a craft you enjoy, please consider making one to donate, and share this info with your crafty friends. There are a limited amount of supplies available to share if needed. The Purple Stars will also be contacting businesses in the area, asking for donations. Please Contact Judy Ridpath at 650-678-1174 with any questions. LAPAC - A-MAZING!! By Karen Nelson Time for a change of season, a slight weather adjustment, a different outlook for plants and trees, pumpkin spice everything, giant bags of candy and racks of costumes in the stores, and … LAPAC's FALL MAZE! Save the date - November 12 from 10 am to 6 pm in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Tickets will be sold in time slots to allow full enjoyment. Tickets will go on sale October 10 after Monday Coffee. This is a not-tobe missed event!! Sign up for any of the below trips at the Clubhouse Activities Desk with a check payable to Small World Tours. Activity Level 1: anyone can go on this trip, appropriate for all mobility levels Activity Level 2: some uneven sidewalks, possibly stairs, walking a block or more, more strenuous OCTOBER 15: FALL ART & CRAFT FESTIVAL - $39/PERSON ACTIVITY LEVEL 2 **NEW! SECOND DATE ADDED FOR THIS TRIP — OCTOBER 16! NOVEMBER 30 - DECEMBER 2: ST. AUGUSTINE - $479/PERSON (DOUBLE OCCUPANCY, $145 SINGLE SUPPLEMENT) . ONLY 8 SPOTS LEFT! ACTIVITY LEVEL 2 Lake Ashton BusTrips 26

HATS ON FOR ALZHEIMER’ S By Ju d y Pu n t u re r i & Kr i s t y McKibben Join your friends and neighbors for a fun afternoon of lunch and shopping November 9 in the Clubhouse Ballroom, and all for a wonderful cause! The Babes in Lakeland 'store' will open at 11 am just prior to lunch, and will stay open until 3 pm. Plus, enjoy a 10% discount on anything you purchase. Why not whet your appetite by checking out babesinlakeland.com prior to arriving! Tickets will go on sale on October 10 after Monday Coffee for $25. There will be a prize for best looking hat so start planning your chapeaux! CHRISTMAS DINNER DANCE By Debby Landgrebe & Lynn Shelton Tickets for the December 9 exquisite FROSTED CRYSTAL CHRISTMAS DINNER DANCE are well underway. You do not want to miss this sell-out event in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Music will be provided by B.Haven, one of Central Florida's premier bands. A catered buffet dinner includes Beef Carving Station, Chicken Cordon Bleu, Vegetable Lasagna, along with enjoyable sides provided by a favorite, Cam's Catering. Since this year will be a BYOB, doors will open at 5:30 with dinner at approximately 6 pm. Music and Dancing will continue until 10. Tables of 8 and 10 may still be available at the Clubhouse Activities Office. Tickets are only $40 per person, (check only, payable to LA Christmas Dinner Dance). Please provide the names of each person in your party. Tickets will not be sold at the door so plan now. Looking forward to a festive, decked-out crowd and a wonderful, fun time. UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE CLUBHOUSE BALLROOM • December 14 – Holidays Around the World – Enjoy an international feast of traditional holiday foods from other countries! 27 • January 17 – Lake Ashton’s Club Fair – All are welcome to come to the Clubhouse to represent your club, group, or organization at Lake Ashton’s Club Fair! • January 21 – LA Cruise-In Car Show – Get ready to start those engines! • February 14 – Chapel of Love featuring Elvis! Celebrate Valentines Day with the King! • February 21 – Mardi Gras Party – Y’all gonna pardi hardi! UPCOMING EVENTS AT THE HFC • October 5 at 2 pm - Fitness Equipment Orientation • October 6 at 1 pm - Healthcare Seminar • October 7 at 9 am - Annual Breast Cancer Walk • October 11 at 1 pm - Free Mary Kay Facial • October 13 at 1 pm - Home Care Seminar • October 14 at 9 am - Fall Back Cornhole Tourney • October 14 at 7 pm - Rusty Trumpet Halloween Party JINGLE BELL JOG By David Fix Monday morning, December 5, will be the Lake Ashton Charity Jingle Bell Jog! This 5K (3.1 mile) course will start and finish in the Clubhouse East Parking Lot. You can run, walk, or ride, either on December 5 or virtually when and where works best for your schedule. You can register at Monday Coffee beginning October 3. SAVE THE DATE By Carolyn Bishop The Holiday Golf Cart Parade will be on December 16 at 6 pm. A re c e p t i o n w i t h refreshments will follow at the Clubhouse. Watch for more information. A few committee members are needed, please contact Carolyn Bishop 919-606-8844.

PARTY IN THE CITY! CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR NEW YORK STYLE IN THE CLUBHOUSE BALLROOM! 7 PM TO DEC 31ST • Italian sausage & peppers on Italian bread • Roast beef bruschetta • Fresh shrimp ceviche • Pasta station with chicken or vegetables • Pizza logs • Fruit and cheese display • Cheesecake bar • Champagne toast • BYOB! MIDNIGHT Quittin’ Time and Eklectik Haze will be rockin’ all night! Tickets: $50 at the Clubhouse Activities Office Photo booths, (360 and regular), noisemakers, and lots of confetti provided! Dress for fun! Lake Ashton’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve!

CLUBHOUSE BALLROOM 11 AM TO 2 PM SALAD BAR, BISCUITS WITH SAUSAGE GRAVY, ROASTED CHICKEN & PORK WITH COLLARD GREENS & BLACK EYED PEAS, SHRIMP & GRITS, PENNE ALLA VODKA, SCRAMBLED EGGS WITH BACON & BREAKFAST POTATOES, PANCAKES, FRUIT & PASTRY BAR WITH BAGELS, COFFEE, & ORANGE JUICE. BRING YOUR OWN CHAMPAGNE OR BEVERAGES! TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE CLUBHOUSE ACTIVITIES OFFICE BRUNCH ALONE: $30 ROCKIN’ NEW YEAR’S EVE & BRUNCH: $75 2023 ENTERTAINMENT SERIES TICKET INFO Due to high demand, 2023 season tickets are sold only to Lake Ashton residents. There is a limit of one ticket per resident. Please have a Lake Ashton photo identification card on hand to purchase tickets with Visa, MasterCard or check payable to LACDD. Please note, letters are no longer mailed out. Phone sales and in person sales will begin on the dates below. Season ticket renewals run October 3 — 28. Residents that are not at Lake Ashton during this time can renew tickets over the phone, with a Visa or MasterCard. Those who renew their season tickets can exchange for a different showtime or seat selection based on availability, on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning at 9 am November 1 through 5 pm November 4. Upgrades/ exchanges can be made over the phone with a credit card but in person sales will be processed prior to phone sales. Tickets can only be exchanged by the named season ticket holder. New season tickets will be on sale November 14 through December 22. Residents that are not at Lake Ashton during this time can purchase tickets over the phone, with a Visa or MasterCard. Contact the Clubhouse Activities Desk at 863-324-6032 with any questions. See next page for list of shows. 29 Rise and Shine with New Year's Day Brunch!


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GOLF LALGA By Lydia Fichtman October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Clubhouse along with the LALGA is sponsoring many events during October and November. The Clubhouse is hosting a Party in Pink featuring a Dueling Pianos show on October 14 and Teas for “Tatas” on October 20. Mark your calendars and make sure to attend these incredible events. During this important month the LALGA and Niners will be selling pink bows, breast cancer shoelaces and socks and memory flowers. All proceeds from these sales will go towards the Watson Clinic Foundation donation with the funds earmarked for breast cancer research and community education. The biggest events will take place in early November. The Pink Ribbon Dance is November 6 from 7-10 pm at the Clubhouse. The Rusty Trumpet Band will provide music and the event is a BYOB and food soirée. Decorate your table representing breast cancer and win a prize. Tables are $80 for 8 people, $90 for 9 and $100 for 10. Sign up for the event is Monday, October 3 at the Clubhouse or through Denise LaCaprucia or Loretta Hieronimus (check only, made payable to the Watson Clinic Foundation). November 8 is the BIG DAY! The Lake Ashton Breast Cancer Golf Tournament will be a sell out so sign up early with your foursome. All proceeds benefit the Watson Clinic Foundation in Lakeland. Be a part of this annual tradition, all for a great cause. The Red Hoagland Challenge leaders are Beverly Hines - $83.25; Kathy Ryan - $79.75; “T” Utting - $70 and Shearly Simpson - $68.00. Way to go ladies! Meet Judy Mulhearn Judy Mulhearn is from Chicago and as a sophomore in high school met her husband of 59 years, Denis. They were married in 1963 and have five children, seventeen grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Judy worked for her uncle in an accounting firm from 1979 – 2004 after which she retired. Judy and Denis’ son is a golf pro and Denis joined his son at a golf show in Orlando. Denis saw the ad for Lake Ashton in the back of a magazine and in 2004, Judy and Dennis decided to look at the community. After driving through the front gates they knew that Lake Ashton would be where they would retire. Judy has been playing golf for a very long time and enjoys playing with the LALGA. She also enjoys playing cards: samba, super samba, hand and foot and bridge. She loves to knit and crochet, as well as read. From speaking to her you can see how important her family is to her! It is a pleasure to have Judy Mulhearn in the league for the last eighteen years. What a joy! 32

LA NINERS By Marti Schmidt HOLE-IN-ONE! AGAIN! WOO HOO! Congratulations Janet Luke for a Hole-In-One on 12 West during league play on Tuesday September 20th – and she also got Closest to the pin! Janet made a hole-in-one on this same hole back in July! AMAZING! Opening Day is October 4 – get your dues paid, along with an updated membership form. Looking forward to seeing all of you there! Still have questions? Ready to join? Contact Janet at jan.mutz@gmail.com for more info! LAMGA By Paul Fichtman The highlight event of the LAMGA’s September schedule was the Presidents Cup, a 2-day LARGEST SELECTION OF INDOOR & OUTDOOR FANS ANYWHERE! TRADITIONAL MODERN CONTEMPORAR ANS tournament held on September 7th and 8th. Two teams, Blue and Red, each comprised of 22 players, competed in four different formats of match play. The Red Team prevailed in the hard fought contest scoring 26 ½ points vs. 17 ½ points for the Blue Team. The tournament included breakfast on Day 1 and a post-tournament Mexican lunch on Day 2. Thanks to both the Pro Shop and Eagle’s Nest staffs for helping to put on a great tournament. Tit DC Mot WiFi Enabled Damp Ra Designs For Ey Style! Our October schedule is highlighted by our Vendor Appreciation event on October 19th. Our major sponsors for the annual Member-Guest tournament will join us for golf and/or lunch, which will be included for all participants. Please mark your calendars and join us to show support for the sponsors who so generously support the LAMGA. Please note that elections for 3 open board seats will begin on November 1st. Self-nominating forms will be sent out in October. Your LAMGA board needs your help, please nominate yourself for one of these openings. This month we thank the following companies and individuals who sponsor our tournament: Posh Salon and Day Spa; Computer Help by Steve, Inc.; Turner Furniture and Mattress; Ann & Todd McCarty; ABC Fine Wines & Spirits; and Dennis Brock – Window Cleaning. You can find a list of all our sponsors posted on the LAMGA web site, Lake Ashton Living, and Talk of Lake Ashton. The Red Hoagland Hyundai Challenge Leader Board through the end of June includes. Jim Simpson - $163.55; Donn Yasz - $154.10; Steve Morgan - $136.55; Gerry Krogman - $129.50; Paul Panone - $126.75; Dan Baun - $123.90; John Candler - $122.10; Tom Murphy - $118.90; Don Abbott - $113.93; and Denis Mulhearn - $112.13. Thanks, as always, to Red Hoagland Hyundai for their continued sponsorship of this very popular annual contest. Design Y an Parts & Services Aailable In-Store Warranes Winer Haen 1104A Cypr d SE (Lampligh a) wancityom (863) 299-2777 The October schedule is: October 5th– Beat the Pros – 2 nets on even holes, 3 nets on odd holes; October 12th – 6-6-6; October 19th – Vendor Appreciation Day, Stableford points; and October 26th – Pick Your Partner, 2 man best ball.

CLUBS LA PICKLEBALL By Sue Morris We are entering into fall and many snowbirds are returning to beautiful Lake Ashton. There are quite a few players that are regulars and new people wanting to try their hand at pickleball. Here is a quick 10 Spor tsmanship Guide Basics: 1. Treat all players and spectators with courtesy and respect. 2. Do not interrupt others that are playing. 3. Know the official rules of pickleball, apply them fairly and cooperate in any situation that is not expressly covered by the rules. 4. Practice good sportsmanship when making line calls. Respect your opponents’ right to make all calls on their end of the court. 5. Call a fault on your partner as soon as the fault occurs regardless of whether your opponents are aware of the fault. 6. Rotate on and off courts fairly, courteously and in accordance with local practice. 7. Make safety a priority, while using common sense. 8. As a stronger player in social play, be kind to other players. 9. Be considerate about playing up and playing down. 10.Be a respectful and supportive partner. Go online to USA PICKLEBALL Sportsmanship Guide, for the full guide. Tuesday and Thursday mornings, starting at 7:30 am till 9:00 am, on courts 1 and 2, are a fun and easy group of men and women players. It is for beginners and intermediate players. Please come down and join the fun! Watch for email blasts from the HFC when classes are offered. Look on YouTube for great videos on how to play. Court shoes are a must for safety. Water, sunglasses and visors or hats are recommended. 34 LA Pickleball Association Officers: President Chuck Caesar Vice President Sue Morris Treasurer Lisa Savala Secretary Becky Wilson Email: lakeashtonpickleball@gmail.com LAVA AUXILIARY By Chris Graves The meeting this month is October 19 at 6:30 pm in the ballroom near the stage. Anyone considering joining this group is invited to come by. It will be a wonderful opportunity to experience the generosity of the resident members and of course, your VP here is about smiles. We will be reviewing set up, break down times and need volunteers to assist at the Craft Show on October 22. We will also be discussing other volunteer opportunities. We had a lot of fun working with the vendors last year. They were appreciative of our assistance helping them bring in their crafts. The 2022 Craft Show is October 22, just a few weeks away, and bakers are needed! The Craft Show Bake Shop was very successful last year. The top items sold were cookies, banana bread or other loaf breads (large or small). Pies and cakes were also popular. In addition, we invite you to support our vendors. Call Chris at 863- 514-5368 or Joan at 239-851-7899. LAVA VIDEO INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITY LAVA is hosting a video interview team from the Library of Congress on October 8 and 9 to interview local veterans. You do not need to be a LAVA member to be interviewed. Interviews are open to veterans of all branches and ranks, whether or not they served in a combat zone. Interviews will be held in the Clubhouse Card Room. Veterans wishing to be interviewed must have an appointment. Contact LAVA coordinator Cal Posner at calposner@aol.com or 678-464-7331. There is no charge for the interviews and they will be available to the public at the library’s website under the “Veterans History Project” tab.


LA DEMOCRATIC CLUB By Shelley Miller The Lake Ashton Democratic Club monthly meeting is October 6 via Zoom and in-person at the HFC. Social time with snacks will be from 4 to 4:30. Please bring your own beverage. The in-person General meeting and Zoom will start at 4:30. Email lakeashtondemocraticclub@gmail.com for more information. LAKE ASHTON COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE By Shelley Miller The LA Community Action Committee (LACAC) was formed in October 2021 to: • Understand the potential impacts from the large housing developments to be built adjacent to Thompson Nursery Road and surrounding area • Monitor and influence where possible the Polk County plan to develop a freight corridor connecting US17 with US 27 The road construction project will entail the widening of Thompson Nursery Road across the entirety of the northern boundary of our Lake Ashton community. In the past year, the committee has achieved many milestones and has plans for additional actions in 2022-2023. Please see the article on the LA Community Action Committee forum on LakeAshtonLiving.com for more information on the highlights of the committee’s accomplishments and latest activities, as well as future goals. Comments are welcome: contact LakeAshtonCommunityAction@gmail.com. LA GARDEN CLUB By Lynn Davis The LA Garden Club met September 14 in the Clubhouse Craft Room. Sil Wells did a mini presentation on the use of silk flowers 36 to create a floral arrangement which can be hung, put on a picture stand, or just set on a table for display. This was advance preparation for next month's project. On October 12 at 10 am the club will once again meet in the Clubhouse Craft Room. This will give ample room for the use of outlets needed to assist in the floral creations. Membership is not required, a tally of how many people are interested is needed to order supplies. Email Lynn Davis @crladavis@aol.com if interested by October 7. At the meeting garden hacks were presented. Also, the team discussed upcoming months events planned. Members will receive all this information in a newsletter. Remember to play in the dirt! BOOK CLUB By Margie Dersham And Still They Came, the Florida Saga Guest author: Robert James Connors The Book Club invites al l residents to this presentation on December 6 at 2:30 pm in the Clubhouse Cinema. Have you ever wondered, how Florida became such a Mecca for development? Join the book club in hearing stories of the last 200 years of development and conflicts. Special guest author, Robert James Connors, will share stories from his book, as well as a story that includes the very land Lake Ashton was developed on. His history is spun through the eyes of one family, with roots to the native Seminoles to development ties of the Keys bridge, railroads, and even Bok Tower. Mr. Connors, born in Chicago, Illinois, has published more than 1,000 h uma n - i n t e r e s t s t o r i e s , f e a t u r e s a nd commentaries. He is a former magazine managing editor, journalist, newspaper editorial writer and former Florida County Commissioner. He and his wife Susan reside in Lake Wales.

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LA ROCKERS By Connie Strassberg Goodbye summer; hello fall! Paint color choices may be tending toward yellows, and oranges, and browns, and themes may revolve around the upcoming fall holidays of Halloween and Thanksgiving. Some are even already painting rocks that may serve as fillers in Christmas lists. Before you know it, it will be a new year. With snowbirds returning and classes getting larger, the group will continue to meet in the HFC Community Center on alternate Wednesdays from 2 to 4 pm. Various members will continue to share their skills as they continue to paint and schmooze with Rocker friends. The point is not to paint a master piece, but to have a good time. Newcomers are always welcome and will be lent the supplies needed for your first meeting. But if you are new PLEASE contact either MJ Richards (mjmr i chards517@gma i l . com) or Connie Strassberg (cbs1949@aol.com) before coming so that we can be prepared with supplies and be able to contact you if a meeting has to be canceled. So if you are here and want to enjoy a lovely afternoon with a great group of people, please join the group October 5 and 19. If a meeting has to be canceled, notification will be posted on the LA Rockers group page on FaceBook. Thank you all for continuing to send prayers for Alice Mayer. SINGLES CLUB By Maureen Ziegler LA Singles is a social group that plans activities for single residents. The group meets monthly on the first Sunday of the month at 2 pm in the Clubhouse Ballroom. In September, the group discussed several outings and get togethers. Plans were discussed for dinners and lunches during September. The Single Mingle held on the third Thursday of the month in the Pavilion will be moved during the remaining hot months. If you would like to take part in activities with other singles, attend the meeting on October 2. 38 LA SWIM CLUB By Sandy White Drum roll please! Pictured from left to right are Cathy Liska, Sharon Swanson, Sandy Papineau, and Gena Thornburg, four members of Lake Ashton Swim Club, wearing the 13 medals they won at the 21st Annual Gainesville Senior Games on September 11. The games offered 14 swimming events for women and 14 for men, divided into 10 age groups. Based on their finishes, all qualified to compete in their respective events at the Florida Senior Games Swimming Championships in December. Some LASC members are aiming to participate in the oldest Senior Games in the USA, the 47th Golden Age Senior Games in Sanford, FL, on November 6. The registration is open to ages 50 to 100+ with a deadline of October 20. This and other local/regional meets serve as qualifying events for the state games. You can see that in addition to fitness, stroke improvement, and socialization, the LA Swim Club offers opportunities to participate in fun, friendly competition with others. If you like to swim, please join us at the pool Mondays 6 to 7 pm, Wednesdays from 1:45 to 2:45 pm, and Saturdays from 10 to 11 am. For more information, contact Coach Sandy at sandyw1994@aol.com.

DUPLICATE BRIDGE By Don Fuller A duplicate bridge game is held every Monday in the Ballroom from 12:45 pm until approximately 3:30. Players of all levels are welcome. Advance sign up is encouraged using the duplicate bridge notebook on the Clubhouse Information Wall. A partner is required. To find a partner or for more information contact Dfuller627@yahoo.com. August 15: 1st Judy Marine & Marge Kniat; 2nd Marion Oshinsky & Graham Littlehales; 3rd Mary Lois Teyssier & Nelda Sedlacek August 22: 1st Marion & Roger Nelson, 2nd Ralph Ritter & George Rogers; 3rd Liz Smith & Graham Littlehales August 29: North/South- 1st Ralph Ritter & George Rogers; 2nd Mary Lois Teyssier & Ann Murphey; East/ West - 1st Patricia Foster & Sonny Robinson, 2nd Judy Marine & Nelda Sedlacek, 3rd Marion Oshinsky & Graham Littlehales September 12: North South - 1st Patricia Foster & Sonny Robinson, 2nd Jim Ford & Don Fuller; East/ West-1st Judy Marine & Nelda Sedlacek, 2nd Ralph Ritter & George Rogers, 3rd Jane Gibbons & Chris Verges TUESDAY PARTY BRIDGE By George Rogers Winners of the last nine weeks are: July 19: Sil Wells, Marge Kniat, Keith Stevens, and Howard Mayne July 26: Mafie Walker, Marge Kniat, Elaine Inman, and Sil Wells August 2: Jeannine Connors, Keith Stevens, Judy Marine, Howard Mayne August 9: Howard Mayne, Mafie Walker, tied Chris Verges and Liz Leigh. August 16: Mafie Walker, Kathy Ryan, Marge Kniat, Chris Verges August 23: George Rogers, Marge Kniat, Chris Verges, Char Walter August 30: Graham Littlehales, Kathy Ryan, Sil Wells, Jeannine Connors 39 September 6: George Rogers, Chris Verges, Kathy Ryan, Howard Mayne. September 13: Kathy Ryan, Dee Mayne, Chip Inman, Elaine Inman. New players are welcome. Call or email George Rogers, 419-708-3320 or georgerogers4321@gmail.com. MAH JONGG By Myrna Soberman Experienced Mah Jongg players are wanted to play at the HFC on Wednesday afternoons from 2 to 4 pm. No beginners please. If interested in joining the group, or for further information, please contact myrnaandsteve@gmail.com. New to Lake Ashton and looking for cards or game groups to join? Check out the Clubhouse and HFC Activities Calendars inserted into this issue for a list of recurring events and when/where they meet!

ART’S GOLF CARS, INC. NEW! 2022 E-Z-GO Liberty ✦ Same length as standard 4-passenger ✦ 2-Seats facing forward FULLY EQUIPPED! Lithium Battery 8 Year Warranty LA BELLES By Rose Crognale The LA Belles October luncheon will be held on October 26 at noon at Sizzling Grill located on Highway 27 in Lake Wales. Sign up at the Clubhouse Information Wall. This event is hosted by Rose Crognale. Costumes are optional — there will be prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. Hope to see you there! Happy Hauntings! CAMERA CLUB By Larry Hillock AUTHORIZED DEALER Call Art Hobson anytime: 863-439-5431 29630 U.S. Highway 27 • Dundee, FL 33838 artsgolfcars@aol.com • Sales and Service Family Owned & Operated Since 1987 ART’S GOLF CARS, INC. 2022 EV.2 ELITE $ 7,495 FINANCING AVAILABLE! It appears that things are returning to normal, and the summer heat is coming to an end. October brings with it the southern migration of our snowbird neighbors and the return of camera club activities. For those of you that are new to Lake Ashton, the camera club is open to all LA residents who enjoy photography or would like to learn more about it. The first meeting of the new season is on October 10 at 10:30 am in the Clubhouse Cinema. Monthly meetings are held on the second Monday of the month also in the Cinema at 10:30 am. Everyone is encouraged to bring along a few of their favorite photos on a USB drive to share with the members. This planning meeting is a good time to discuss your suggestions on club activities that might be of interest to the group. Looking forward to seeing you all at the meeting. GENEALOGY CLUB MEETING By Jane Imparl 29630 U.S. Highway 27 • Dundee, FL 33838 artsgolfcars@aol.com • Sales and Service Family Owned & Operated Since 1987 40 The club members have been having fun sharing their family/ancestor stories and learning new places to look for them. If you would like to discover your family history, please consider joining this group. All levels of expertise are welcome. The next meeting will be Wednesday, October 12 at 2 pm in the HFC Craft Room. For more information, please call Jane Imparl at 815-545-6655.

LA TRAVELERS By Carolyn Bishop The busy season is ramping up for the LA Travelers. Our neighbors are returning f r om t h e i r ma n y R V adventures from across all parts of the USA. Rally sea son i s s t a r t i ng i n October with a visit to Paradise Oaks RV Resort in Bushnell, FL followed by a November rally to Ocean G r o v e R V R e s o r t i n beautiful Saint Augustine, FL. Then we will end the year with a celebration of the December holidays with a Holiday Dinner Party on December 4th. If you own an RV (motorhome or travel trailer) come check us out every Tuesday in the Clubhouse Ballroom from 3:30 to 5 pm. We would love to meet some fellow travelers. ART’S GOLF CARS, INC. The Fun Starts Here! Go to artsgolfcars.com click on the ‘BUILD YOUR OWN’ button to BUILD your own ONWARD! y ★★★ WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF PARTS & ACCESSORIES ★★★ Owner Art Hobson CALL ART ANYTIME FOR APPOINTMENT ● 863-439-5431 SALES AND SERVICE ● 863-439-5431 WE SERVICE ALL MAKES 2-Passenger Onward Lithium Club Car FAMILY OWNED SINCE 1987 29630 U.S. Hwy. 27 ● Dundee, FL 33838 ● artsgolfcars@aol.com 41 AUTHORIZED DEALER MICHIGAN POTLUCK By Kathy Keding H e l l o t h e r e a l l y o u Michiganders! Save the date for the potluck social event scheduled on January 8, 2023 from 4 to 8 pm. Sign-up sheets for this event and more details will follow in the November issue. Happy fall, y’all!

MIND&BODY ASL CLASSES American Sign Language Classes began September 6 with the Beginning Class Tuesdays at 1 pm and Intermediate at 2 pm in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Email shelleyknee@gmail.com to be added to the class list. Beginning class will be using an easy book called "Signing For Kids" by Mickey Flodin. For new students: beginner class won’t go too fast, but you will have to do your part and practice between lessons. Questions? Contact Shelley at 864-363-2014. FLU SHOTS Protect yourself this flu season by getting your flu shot. Walgreens will be facilitating vaccinations on Mondays October 24 and November 14 from 8:30 to 10 am in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Bring your insurance card. CLASSICAL MUSIC APPRECIATION / MUS IC HISTORY SERIES Join Ken Hoffman, a retired Lake Ashton resident who has taught classical music history courses for nearly a decade at various institutions including the Continuing Education Department at the University of North Florida, as he takes residents through the history of classical music chronologically, starting with the Medieval era, going to the mid-20th century. Hundreds of great musical works will be explained as well as the lives of the composers who wrote them. Residents will discuss music in the context of the other arts of the era, as well as historical events that influenced the arts; politics, wars, religion, science and technology, the rise of the middle class, the Enlightenment, etc. Sign up at the Clubhouse Information Wall as space is limited. This class will be held Mondays at 3 pm in the Clubhouse Cinema, starting October 3. CAREGIVERS SUPPORT An all-encompassing Caregiver Support Group facilitated by the Alzheimer's Association will be held on the third Tuesday of each month through December, beginning October 18 at 11 am in the Clubhouse Ballroom. This group is for Caregivers and Care partners of people living with Alzheimer's, Dementia, Parkinson's, ALS, Cancer, and Diabetes. People who are living with the disease are welcome to attend with their care partner. We will meet together for approximately 30 minutes and then the group will split into two separate groups with two separate facilitators. This support group is conducted by trained facilitators and is a safe place for everyone to develop a support system. Exchange practical information on challenges and possible solutions, talk through issues and ways of coping, share feelings, needs, and concerns, and learn about community resources. Sign up at the Clubhouse Information Wall. Save the date for the meeting on November 15 at 11 am in the Clubhouse Ballroom. WHAT'S THE BUZZ ABOUT BEES? We are buzzing with excitement to announce that the Think & Drink activities are coming back to the Clubhouse! Join friends and neighbors on November 18 at 6 pm to find out the buzz about bees. Enjoy a fun yet educational presentation on honey bees from our friends at Happy Hives. Learn how honey is collected and processed for use in different products, the art of beekeeping, and how mighty of an impact small honey bees have on our environment. Don't forget to BYOB. There will also be a fully functioning observation bee hive as well! You’ll want to BEE there! Please sign up at the Clubhouse Information Wall. 42

GOING BATTY A high bat population can actually be extremely beneficial to humans. They save the US billions of dollars per year in pesticides, and play a significant role in the pollination of a variety of different plant species. Learn why bats are such an important part of the ecosystem on October 19 at 1 pm in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Sign up at the Clubhouse Activities Office for this free informative, interactive presentation with UF/IFAS. Save the date: November 16 - Planting with Pollinators LAKE ASHTON MEN’S BIBLE STUDY - KICKOFF You are invited to join the interesting and thought provoking LA Men’s Bible Study Group that meets every Tuesday, with Fellowship from 10 to 10:30 am, and Discussion from 10:30 to noon. The group is nondenominational, with a goal of helping people to grow in understanding the Bible. Meet face-to-face at the HFC Craft Room or via a Zoom connection if you prefer not to meet face-to-face. This fall the group will be starting Romans, generally reading one chapter and discussing questions pertaining to that chapter. There is an open, positive, educational, and voluntary dialogue. You don’t need to be a theologian to join. You’ll find that as you examine your faith, you’ll learn more about God and yourself. Please contact Bob Ring, 734-674-7196, bobring42297@gmail.com or Jim Brendemuehl, 815-343-5727, jcbrendem@gmail.com. LA WOMEN'S BIBLE STUDY The LA Women’s Bible Study opens on October 12 at 10 am in the HFC Community Center. Each Wednesday morning, the HFC will be the place to be for women to join with others who desire to know more about the Bible and to meet other women who share their passion. The new workbook for the study is Jesus, His Miracles and Parables. There are just a few more places remaining for this study, so call Louise Gilla at 863-514-4015 to reserve your place in this wonderful Bible study. You will be blessed! FREE IN-HOME ESTIMATES! FLOORING - BLINDS - SHUTTERS - SHOWER REMODELS 29710 US Hwy 27, Dundee 863-439-7500 44 www.jimsfloordepot.com

YOGA SHARE Facilitator: Sally Winfrey (863.875.8134 or 316.516.2815) Canceled for October but resumes Wednesdays in November at 8:45 am in the Clubhouse Ballroom. Sign up at the Clubhouse Information Wall. ACRYL IC POUR PAINTING October 20, 9 am to noon, in the HFC Craft Room. $20 includes all materials including 2 - 11” x 14” canvases. Wear old clothes and/or an apron! Limit 10 students. Call 863-595-1562 or stop by the HFC to sign up. FUSED GLASS SUNCATCHER October 28, 10 am to 1 pm, in the Clubhouse Craft Room. $25 includes all project supplies, use of equipment, kiln firing and art glass. Limit is 12 students. Call 863-324-6032 or stop by the Clubhouse to sign up. WELCOME Reddick Dentistry has served the greater Lake Wales Area for 3 generations. Our office offers many services including implants, crowns/bridges, veneers, dentures/partials, root canal therapy, extractions, periodontal treatment, fillings and whitening. Our family owned office is ready to serve all your dental needs. Dr. Steven Reddick Dr. Jackson Reddick OFFICE HOURS Monday - Wednesday: 7-5 Thursday: 7-4 FAX: (863)678-0424 Dr. Steven Reddick 440 South Buckmoore Rd Lake Wales, Fl 33853 reddickdentistry@aol.com www.reddickdentistry.com Cash, Check, and all major credit cards accepted. SPECIAL $ 82 Includes: Panoramic X-Ray (D0330) Bitewing X-Rays (D0274) Examination by Dr. Reddick (D0150) Regular Cleaning by Hygienist (D1110) Cleaning not guaranteed the same day. Additional charges may apply if gum disease and/or tarter build up are present. answer any questions you have about your plan. The patient and any other person responsible for payment has the right to refuse to pay, cancel payment or be reimbursed for payment. Fees may vary due to complexity of case. This special does not apply to those patients with current dental plans. Fees are minimal. Prices are subject to change. 45 FAMI LY ELDER LAW BOOT CAMP Email Agnus (avera@familyelderlaw.com) to enroll as space is limited. Classes held in the Clubhouse Cinema. January: “Where do I start? Estate vs. Lifetime Planning?” February: “Who will make my medical decisions?” March: “Who will protect my assets and pay my bills?” April: “Who will receive my assets when I die? Will my family have to probate?” May: “What is the best way to avoid probate?” June: “Should I have a Trust? What does “Funding Your Trust” mean?” July: “How do I know medical bills will be covered? Medicare?” August: “Will can I protect what I have? Do I have enough to last my lifetime?” September: “How will I pay for nursing home care?” October: “Am I forgetting something?” November: “What if life happens? When should I review my plan?” December (Graduation!): “How do I share my “peace of mind” & bless others?”

CERAMIC CHICKS Mary Bosman, Duncan Certified Instructor Wednesdays, 8 am to 1 pm, HFC Craft Room Bring your ceramics or purchase in the room. A kiln is available to fire your ceramics. BOB ROSS OIL PAINTING Instructor: Kay Lenherr October 8 at 1 pm Clubhouse Craft Room Anatomy of a Wave Cost $35, payable at class. Sign up at the Clubhouse Information Wall by noon on October 7 CELEBRATE THE SEASONS! Beginners can sign up to learn to paint with watercolor with artist Freddie Combs. Join these half day classes to create a painting décor for holiday use. Complete an entire painting in a matter of hours. Class dates are October 14, and November 11 at 12:45 in the HFC Craft Room. $30 per session, or $40 with materials included (must be requested in advance). Sign up at the HFC Activities Desk to secure a spot and receive a list of supplies. CREATE A CARD Please join the group on October 18 to create your own lovely greeting cards. A guest expert will provide instruction, from beginner to expert, all supplies and equipment, and three beautiful cards to take home. No experience needed. Class will be held in the HFC Sports Court at 10 am. The cost is $10. Sign up quickly at the HFC, as reservations go quickly. Join in for creative fun! Call Karen at 262-497-3272 with questions or further detail. IMPROVER LINE DANCING Instructor: Ann Ludwick Date & Time: Thursdays, 1 p.m. Beginning October 20 Location: HFC Community Center 46 HAPPY HOUR DANCE CLASS Instructor: Cheryl Winchester (305-725-4946) Thursdays from 3 to 4 pm with a glass of ? afterwards (BYOB). Meet at the HFC basketball court for lots of fun and energy. No need for previous dance experience or to be in attendance weekly. LA DANCE CLASSES - MILONGA Instructor: Connie Wilkinson, certified DVIDA Instructor (863.875.6728) Mondays in October from 4:30 to 5:30 in the HFC Community Room. FREE! No partner needed! W.A.V. E . Instructor: Sue Fitzgerald certified AFAA, ACE and ASFA (904.566.2846) Water Aerobics with Variety for Everyone returns October 1 and is held every Saturday at 3 pm in the HFC Indoor Pool. LA STEPPERS The popular fitness class from the 90’s is also popular here in Lake Ashton, and will continue this fall on Thursdays, October 6, November 3, and December 1 at 5 pm in the HFC Community Room. Class duration is 1 hour. Prior to class there will be a refresher of basic steps. Participants must bring their own step. There is no charge for this class. Certified Instructor is LA Resident Sue Fitzgerald. Questions? Call Sue at 904-566-2846. CALLING ALL TAPPERS Facilitator: Julie Bombard Tap Jammers is a fun group of tappers who gather weekly to practice steps and combinations. If you tap or have tapped in the past and have knowledge of tap dance, come join the fun! Classes are free. Tap Jammers meet on Friday mornings at 10 am on the Clubhouse stage beginning October 7. Please note: These classes are not intended for the beginning tapper. For more information, contact Facilitator Julie Bombard at jbombard73@gmail.com.

ALZHEIMER’S November 9 at 11 am Clubhouse Ballroom Shopping - Lunch - Hat Contest All for a Good Cause! Tickets: $25 on sale October 10 at the Clubhouse Activities Office Hats On For

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