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TRIPS & GLUBHOUSE EVENTS
- KinIcU Boots - ALMOST
- Hallows Eve
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Center Orchestra Seating at the Orpheum Theatre in San
Francisco. Dinner at McCormick's Kuleto's.
Wednesday, December r7th ,4pm - $r4o
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- Travel Presentation
- Singles Meeting
- Robert Stanton Performs
- Kare Bear Meeting
Nov r3 - Safety Tips from Police
Nov r3 - Bunco
Nov r7 - Billiard's Tournament
Nov zr - Cemetery Club
Nov z5 - Book Club
Nov z5 - Party Bridge
For Sentiors presented by the Kare Bears
and the Brentwood Police Departrnent
Thursday, November r3th - Free
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Travel Presentation
Australia, Maine's Rugged Coast, & Italy.
Tuesday, November 4th at 4:gopm.
Frrnress
- Musical Per{ormanee by Robert
Sunday, November 9th at 2pm - $ro
- BG's Golf - Thurs roam
- Chi Ball - TThS roam
- Line Dancing - Fridays 9:3oam
- Strength/Cond. - M rpm WF roam
- Stretch & Tone - MWF Bam
Stanton
- CIIAMPAGNE AI\TD SNOWFI.AKES
Saturday, December 6th at 5:3opm - $+o
- Singers
- Tai Chi - Sat 9am
- Tango - Thurs 4a5pm
Holiday Concert
Friday, December reth at 7pm - g8
-Tennis-W9am
- Singles Holiday Luncheon
Wednesday, December roth at rz:3opm - $e7
- Zumba Gold- TTh g:roam
- Total Body Fitness - MW 9x5am
- ChairAerobics - MW loam
Talks by Rick Deutch - The Panama Canal
Sunday, January rrth at zpm - $8
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- CAAeademy of Sciences - Skulls
lhursday, January r5th at gam - $79
GRurs & Anr ClRsses
- Bridge Lesson - 3rd Tues 6pm
- Bridge - Tuesdays 7pm
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- Bunco - znd Th 7pm
- Card Bingo - No Card Bingo in Nov
- Cribbage - WTh rpm
- Dominos - Fridays rpm
- Drawing - Tuesdays p:3opm
- Men's Poker - znd & 4th Th 63opm
- Men's Billiards - Everyday lpm
- Poker - znd & 4th Tue 7pm
- Water Color - Fridays rz:3opm
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Have you ever asked the question "Where has this year gone"? That's the way I feel about now
as I look at the calendar and see that Thanksgiving is only 27 days away, followed soon thereafter
by Hanukkah and Christmas ! Before long we will be celebrating the start of a new year! The
expression "time flies" certainly seems true especially as we "mature" (sounds better than "age")!
In just a very few days, November 4th, we get to exercise one of our most important civic duties
and that is to VOTE. I would urge all of you to cast your vote in this very important election. Your
vote counts and can make a difference.
The month of October was a busy month. We held our Town Meeting and had the opportunity to
answer many of tlre concems raised by residents. Your Board will take action in a number of areas
to help alleviate some of these concems and to instill confidence in our homeowners that our
community is working to become the "best place to live" in Brentwood. We also spent time
working with the City of Brentwood to alert them of our concem for the need of traffic signals at
our entrance and exit gates for the safety of our residents. This was in conjunction with our effort to
support Joel Keller's suggestion to consider an altemative site for the new college campus. We
attended CCCCD Board meetings and expressed our concerns, in addition to doing the same at the
Brentwood City Council meeting.
In the October Board Meeting, we established a Capital Improvement Fund so we can actually
fund the purchase of some new items to enhance our clubhouse and surrounding area. The
committee to renovate the Clubhouse will be meeting with a professional interior decorator this
month as that project moves along. We will be installing the new projection system and moving our
sound equipment from the hallway closet to the new cabinet location in our main room at the
Clubhouse. We hope to have this up and operating properly before the year ends.
The KARE BEARS are working on a new exciting project, which was the idea of Joan Ivarson,
to better support the infrastructure of our cornmunity. and to involve COMMIIMTY in watching
and caring for one another. You can read more about this in the article concerning the KARE
BEARS in this month's newsletter.
Did you know that you can read the Summerset Newsletter on our website at
www.summersetuista.org as well as viewing our CC&R's and RULES? We have a team working to
prepaxe and upload an entirely new and updated web site by January 1,2015. This will give all of
us access to items like a message board, club news and happenings at Summerset Vista. I have seen
the site outline and it will be a wonderful enhancement to our community and a place that you will
want to check on a regular basis to keep updated on events and stories of interest to our community.
This, along with the many other changes and additions we are working on, will enhance our
Community and make us proud to be residents of Summerset Vista!
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On October 8th the Contra Costa Community College District Goveming Board met in
Martinez. This was the same day as our Board Meeting here in Summerset III. At its meeting
the CCCCD agreed to move ahead with a feasibility study regarding the proposal to move the
Los Medanos College location from the planned Trilogy at the Vineyards site, on Marsh Creek
Road, to a parcel next to a possible future eBART station near the Mokelumne Trail. This was a
propoSal originally suggested by Joel Keller and backed by CCCCD Board member Greg
Enholm. John Nejedly, who was appointed along with Greg Enhotn, to an ad hoc committee
by President John Marquez at the September district board meeting, reported it was agreed that
an 'tnbiased and objective" feasibility study should be done to move the location closer to
public transportation. In a conference call on September 30 with District Chancellor Helen
Benjamin, it was decided to hire Real Estate Consultant Howard Sword, who reportedly was
familiar with the project, to conduct a feasibility study and to report his findings at the
November 12 district board meeting. Greg Enholm voiced his concems with having a real
estate consultant create the criteria for a study regarding a college campus site and urged the
board to meet to discuss what aspects Sword should consider in his investigation. While the
district board decided to move ahead with the feasibility study, despite Enholm's objection,
Enholm stated the following moming that he and Nejedly agreed to meet on September l0th to
seek an agreement on the specific criteria to be considered by Sword in his feasibility study.
During the public comment portion of the October 8th meeting Joel Keller, BART Board
President and Summerset resident, spoke to the assembled board advising that they had a moral
obligation, if not a legal one, to conduct a study regarding how a move of the LMC campus
from its current site in downtown Brentwood to its proposed site in the Vineyards property
would impact students. Keller noted that at lhe current LMC downtown Brentwood site 30% of
the students are Hispanic, 60/o are AfrrcanAmerican and,6Yo are Asian: He further reminded
the CCCCD Board that the President of TriDelta Transit, at its September meeting, had advised
the CCCCD Board that the company would not be able to service the campus if it was moved to
the parcel near Trilogy. Joel further advised the CCCCD Board that "changing the prospects of
the most vulnerable students in Eastem Contra Costa County of their ability to obtain an
education" would be the result of moving the campus site 3.6 miles away from where it is
currently located on Sand Creek Road. Joel further contended that relocation of the Brentwood
Center site to the Marsh Creek Road location might be in violation of Title VI of the Civil
Rights Act. Title VI 'prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, and national origin in
progfirms and activities receiving federal financial assistance".
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No architectural designs have thus far been submitted although 19 architectural firms
have submitted statements of qualifications in the hope of being eligible to provide
architectural design services for the project.
The proposal to swap land for a more transit-oriented location closer to the students being
served has been viewed by most of the CCCCD board as an 1lth hour proposal. The CCCC
Districts Chief Facilities Planner, Ray Pyle, has indicated that "owning land and having a
plan for a new building was an essential element in obtaining approval from the California
Community College Chancellor's Office." A site relocation now would require the district
to submit a change request to the California Community College Chancellor's Board of
Governofs and would require the CCCCD to show the move would not change the "sfudentrelated planning elements of the application package" originally submitted. There are some
who believe that there were material errors made when this document was presented.
Hopefully clearer heads will prevail and the "unbiased and objective" report to be made ot
the CCCCD Board, at its scheduled meeting on November 12,2014, will add support to the
proposal made by Joel Keller. Our own Jerry Marks told the CCCCD on September 10th that"it
may be the 1 l th hour but if you see the bus going over the cliff you better do something to stop
it" !
NOVEMBER 4th IS ELECTION DAYI
Be sure you exercise your civic duty...
Vote!
lf you do not vote you have no right to complain!
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On October I 5, alarge number of Summerset
gathered in the Clubhouse to hear
and discuss a number of issues raised by residents
and addressed by the Board and appropriate
committee members. Some of the issues could be
resolved, while others will take some study before
making an appropriate response.
III homeowners
In conjunction with this, the Residential
Advisory Committee (RAC) has been tasked with
the job of investigating the feasibility and
potential costs to install cameras at both the
Regent and Baldwin gates to monitor traffic in
and out of the community. According to the
Brentwood Chief of Police, Mark Evenson, this
has the effect of deterring crime in communities
where cameras are installed. This could be
beneficial and will be considered and the RAC
will report its findings back to the Board at a
future meeting.
The Board, along with members of the Finance
Advisory Committee, the Resident Advisory
Committee and the Architectural Committee
addressed a number of issues that had been
submitted for discussion at the meeting. These
included safety issues, including what could be
considered reckless driving on the part of some
residents and guests, speed bumps and the proper
identifi cation of contractor vehicles.
There were a number of issues surrounding the
use of the swimming pool, its use by nonresidents and the liabilities that exist when nonresidents attend classes. The Board has discussed
a disclaimer that would be signed by non-
The issue of the hours of our gate attendants
was discussed and whether we could eliminate a
third shift, thus saving some money. The Board
must discuss this and make a recommendation to
the homeowners and then the homeowners must
vote. It would require a 51,Yo vote of homeowners
in favor of the change to eliminate a shift. This is
due to the fact that our CC&R's call for the gates
to be manned 2417 unless changed by the Board,
based on a majority vote of the residents. The vote
would equate to one vote per household in a vote
for or against such an action. It was pointed out
that our gate entry system would need some
modifications and each resident would require a
four digit code to be established so that, if any
change is to be considered, they could enter
during non-manned hours using the Regent gate.
residents using our facilities that limits our
liability. This must be reviewed by our attorneys
prior to any implementation.
Another area of concern is the condition of
some of our streets and the use of guest parking
spaces by residents. Sally Hansen reported that a
recent study of all of our streets provides the
Board with a solid reference point for future
repairs and ongoing maintenance. The Board will
be enforcing the guest parking use by residents
and the Architectural Committee will be placing
warning notices on cars that violate the parking of
resident vehicles. A potential fine of $50.00 could
be imposed for the first violation and it could
increase thereafter if the violation continues.
We thank all of the residents who participated.
The Board plans to do this again in 2015.
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Your Board and its committees had a very
busy October with regular monthly meetings,
special meetings, meetings with Brentwood
officials and our Town Hall Meeting! Add to
this the meetings some of us attended that
concerned the Contra Costa Community
College District (CCCCD), along with the large
group that attended the October 14 Brentwood
City Council meeting.
I believe it is fair to say that many of our
residents are becoming involved in issues that
involve the betterment of our community. It
takes a lot of interested people to be involved
to make our community shine and become the
"Best Place in Brentwood to Live". For that
we thank you and encourage others to join in
where you see you can help.
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The SS III Board of Directors is in the process of reviewing our residents'
security needs with a Safety Committee, video equipment and upgrading the Regent
Gate Entry equipment being considered.
The Residential Advisory Committee (RAC) has been asked to research and
make recommendations on these three issues. While a RAC member will write the
report with recommendations to the Board, we would appreciate someone with a
background or experience in any of these areas to advise us.
If you have a background in video equipment,
the Regent gate entry type
equipment or crime preventionA.{eighborhood Watch, we could use your help.
Your advice or suggestions may simply take an hour or so working with a RAC
member. This advice will assist the RAC member to complete a final report to the
Board.
Please contact Russ Pitkin, RAC Chairman, at 5 13- 1595 or [email protected]
or contact Ginny Fahimi at 516-1375 or [email protected]
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Morgan Stanley balance at end of September 2014 is $1 ,I51,614. On
Sept. 9,2014 we purchased a CD in the amount of $130,000. It will
mature 9llll15 at .60%
.Our Operating Account continues to pay expenses in a timely manner
and the HOA usually has a surplus averaging about $4,500 a month.
A Capital Improvement Fund was established as a subaccount of the Reserves
at the October gth gOn meeting
The BOD directed that the Comcast Funds for 2014 in the amount of $ 1 0,786
be used to open the Capital Improvement Fund.
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This Budget was based on records of actual expenses in2014 since
January. There will be ongoing efforts to lessen our costs in 2015.
The 2015 Budget does not increase the monthly assessments for
homeowners.
. In 2014, we have lessened costs in Workmen's Comp Insurance, some
AT&T accounts, and in the Landscaping Contract.
. The Utilities have an expected3o/o increase for 2015 Budget.
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The Tax Prep amount was increased since the Board
new CPA to review our taxes.
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The RepairsAvlaintenance category was increased since we no longer
have SCAMPS to perform maintenance in the Clubhouse.
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new line item was added called CIF Contributions. This is for the
Capital Improvement Fund in the amount of $27,504. This fund is a
subaccount in the Reserves.
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The Addition to Reserves follows the Board commitment to increase
funding every year. This represents a 4o/o rncrease for 2015.
The line item that used to read Taxes/Licenses has been changed.
There is a line item for just Licenses and two line items have been
added for taxes: Operating Income Tax and Comcast Income Taxes.
This breaks the taxes down rather than lumping them together.
TWo line items from the 2014 Budget have been designated as
Reserve items. These are Irrigation Repairs and Light Maintenance
which refers to the replacement of lights in the street light poles. The
Reserve Committee stated that these items had been included in the
new Helsing Reserve Study and should be paid from the Reserves
Account.
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The KARE BEARS involvement in our COMMUNITY goes back many years. "The mission statement
of the Summerset III VISTA KARE BEARS is to welcome new residents, provide information, support
selected local charitable organizations, visit the sick, lend mobility assistance equipment and assist with
memorials."
Ifyou have resided in Summerset Itr Vista for any length of time, the chances are good that you or one of
your neighbors has been the recipient ofcare or support from our KARE BEARS. Joan Ivarson has come up
with tle'idea of 'NEIGHBORIIOOD CONNECT". This was motivated by a number of concems
including'the fact that KARE BEARS was getting the information necessary to fulfiIl their Mission
Statement in a haphazard manner and residents were missed. In addition, some residents were isolated and
didn't have a support group to check in on them. There was no 24/7 emergency contact information
available.
This concem led to the hope that KARE BEARS could imFrove communication between themselves and
the residents. It is hoped that everyone has at least one support person ifthey desire it. The KARE BEARS
hope to improve their responses to residents and disseminate information in a more efiicient manner.
According to Jeanne Bennett, KARE BEARS current President, they will have divided up the community
into groups of approximately 10 to 12 homes each and would seek a "Neighborhood Connector" (NC) who
resides in the immediate group of 10 to 12 homes. This individual / family would assist in identifuing and
welcoming new residents within their assigned area. They would then inform the Bear Hugs Welcoming
Committee Chair who would follow up. The "Neighborhood Connector" (NC) would also advise the
Sunshine Committee Chair in the case of illness or surgery and the F amily Support Chair in the case of a
deceased resident. The "NC" would also maintain a list of contacts for neighbors in case of an emergency.
A'heighbor check" could be established for those who live alone and would like a daily phone call. Jeanne
noted that it is important that the "NC" maintain the confidentiality of their neighbors while informing those
who can help. This is a fine line and the 'NC" must remember not to share stories that are not theirs to
share! It is anticipated that the time commitment is approximately % to 2 hours for the initial contact and
minimal after that. The KARE BEARS hope to initiate this program sometimg in October. If you are
interested in participating, you can contact tle KARE BEARS or they will contact you as a resident in one
of the groups.
One of the goals of the KARE BEARS is to develop and sfreamline the means of comnunicating with
residents. It is hoped that our Summerset web site can be used in a more effective way in this regard.
In conjunction with the program described above, the KARE BEARS will be disfributing new "Vials of
Life", into which you would place important medical inforrnation that can be placed in a prominent location
in your home in the event of a medical emergency.
Remember the KARA BEARS are open to all residents who wish to be involved!
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O/n October 10th, the presidents and activity directors of all four Summersets met with Interim City
Manager, Steve Salomon; Chief of Police, Mark Evenson; Director of Public Works / City Engineer, Bailey
Grewal; Director of Parks and Recreation, Bruce Muldeer; Assistant Finance Director, Kerry Breen, and
Senior Planner, Jeff Zilm.
The items under discussion varied from an update on the Sonic agreement with the City of Brentwood, to
water coniervation. Ofparticular interest were the details ofthe Sa:nd Creek interchange and the Balfour
Road interchange with Highway 4. By the time you read this, the new interchange at Saad Creek Road
should be open aad easing some oftle congestion due to the construction over the past year. Plans call for
the beginning of construction on the Balfour Road overpass by this time next year (2015). Highway 4 will be
widened to two lanes each way between Sand Creek Road and Balfour Road with only one lane each way east
of Balfour Road. The actual overpass will have two lanes, one in each direction. Future expansion into four
full lanes east of Balfour Road is contemplated for some time in the future when deemed necessary and funds
become available.
JeffZilm gave
an update on the development at the SE corner of Balfour Road and Highw ay 4. He
indicated there would be 62 homes built, along with an approximate 5 acre senior apartrnent complex and a
seven acre commercial development.
Jeff also advised that no further recent communication had been received from ttre golf course regarding
plans for the relocation of their maintenaace building. They are currently on a month-to-month lease at the
curent location of the maintenance building.
Bailey Grewal advised that the City of Brentwood has installed a pedestrian-operated crossing signal
warning light at the intersection ofBacchini and ConcordrAvenues. This is part ofthe safety measures being
taken as more of the trail system in our area is opened to the public. Summerset IV has requested that the city
post parking limits and signs reading 'No Ovemight Parking" at the lot adjacent to Wolfe Road. A car parked
there overnight was recently broken into aad items stolen. Some RV owners have also parked there and this
is not desirable.
Chief of Police, Mark Evenson, reported that Brentwood will be adding officers to tle force in the coming
montls as graduates of the Police Academy become available. Brentwood is being very particular in its
hiring practice to make certain the new offrcers hold to the highest standards. ChiefEvenson indicated that
the public safety and trust were top priorities. We asked him to comment on the value of security cameras at
our gates and he advised that they were ofvalue to his department and also acted as a deterrent. He cited the
case of the Sterling Preserve complex in Brentwood where no burglaries have been experienced since the
cameras were installed. Summerset III is investigating the practicality of such cameras, as is Summerset 1. 3
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The decorations will be
outstanding -- you will not
recognize the Clubhouse. This will
be an elegant sit down dinner
catered by Fresh Catering,
featuring your choice of Grilled
Salmon with champagne vanilla
sauce or Beef Tenderloin with
roasted mushroom Madeira sauce,
and beginning with amazing hors
d'oeuvres and ending with a
delicious dessert. "Noteworthy 3"
will provide the music for your
dancing pleasure. Cost is $40.00
per person. Doors open at 5:30,
dinner; will be served at 6:30.
Early reservations are
encouraged because our Annual
Holiday Party is always a sell out!
Reservations will be limited to 104
oeonle. Reserve vour table of 8
earlv./r\ (with a list of names and
comnlete Davment): reservations
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residents onlv until November 18.
then oDen to all until December 1.
so set vour reservations in as
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great HALLOWS' EVE event.
Beware of all those "Naughty"
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CAPTAINIS DINNER ON THE
LOVB BOAT
Co-chairmen Rene Copping and
Patty Johnson have lots of surprises
in store for you on this very unusual
event. A Cruise Night is being
offered right in our very own
Clubhouse. Food will be provided
by Christine's Cuisine; you will feel
that you are on a Cruise Ship.
Come see what these ladies have
planned.
Reservations will be handled as
always; tables for 8 can be reserved.
Cost is $35.00 per person and, of
course, there will be dancing. This
will surely be a sell out!!
APRIL 4.2015
PRIMAVERA ITALIAN
DINNER
New resident Alice Dolan will be
-Chairman of this event. This will be
a classy evening and one you won't
want to miss. Be sure and read your
next newsletter for additional details
and future Social Club events.
NEW RESIDENTS -- We have
a special gift for you? This year we
are offering FREE ADMISSION
for two people to an upcoming
Social Club event. Contact any
Social Club Board Member for
details.
The Social Club includes all
residents of Summerset III and we
encourage everyone to participate
in thefun! Help is always
welcomed and we appreciate any
and all volunteers ! Whichever woy
you participate, attending a Social
Club event is a great way to meet
new people!
The Social Club wishes you all
a Happy Holiday season!!
Social Club Board Members
include:
- Donna Bokman, President
516-7824
[email protected]
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- Ron Heyman, lst Vice Pres.
240-7785
[email protected]
- Patty Johnson, Treasurer
513-2354
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- Patty Hank, Secretary
516--2829
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Kare Bears
Barbara LoConte
We have some
events coming up
that we think will
be of interest to our
community. Please
mark your calendars
and try to be there.
We also welcome
your feedback after our
presentations. We want to present
topics that will,be of interest to you.
Thursday, November 13 - 2:00
PM in the Vista Clubhouse - Lt.
Doug Silva from the Brentwood
Police Department will touch on
how your police department works
and safety tips for Seniors. He will
also address crime in the area and
the commitment they have to the
quality of life of our seniors.
FEED THE CHILDREN FOOD
DRIVE - Thursday, December 4th
from 8AM-12PM. Kare Bears are
once again sponsoring this event.
The grocery bags will be found in
your November newsletter with
instructions. You may drop your
bags at the curb in front ofthe
clubhouse or if that is not
convenient, you may call Dave or
Joan at 679-7113 and they will be
happy to pick up your bags. We
thank you so much for your past
generosity and hope you will be
able to help again. Let's make a
difference for the Brentwood
children ! !
We have picked up a few new
members, and we are grateful, but
we are still waiting for YOU!! We
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do a lot of good things; wouldn't
you like to be apart of that? All
residents of Summerset III are
welcome. If you have any Kare
Bear questions, please call our
President, Jeanne Bennett at
763-783-r8r2.
Bocce Club
Leo Loranger
Some of you may have noticed
the new golden-shirted bocce
players playing bocce. The new
shirts were introduced for the first
time at our annlral inter-club bocce
tournament. Event chairperson Ken
Wheat, along with Norm Jackson,
assembled over 24 players into two
person teams in an elimination
game tournament. Starting at 8am, 4
players per court, with the winning
team scoring 10 points. Some
players, like myself, were
eliminated almost immediately.
Others persevered and continued to
play until eliminated. After a long
morning of bocce, five separate
rounds, the winning couple
emerged. We would like to
congratulate Anita Jacobs and Brian
Lancaster as the official Bocce
Champions and winners of the
Summerset III Bocce Tournament
held on Sept.l3. The champs, along
with runners up Jim McNary and
Harry Shaw, were presented with a
beautiful trophy ( provided by Ken
Wheat ) at the Ice Cream Social.
The winning foursome were also
honored by having their photo
printed in the Brentwood Press.
On October 2nd at our annual
'Thank You' Ice Cream Social,
members enjoyed the traditional
banana split with all the toppings
and good old-fashioned ice cream
cones with sprinkles. This is our
final event with two milestones,
nomination and election of board
candidates for 2015 and the end of
the 2014 bocce season. It is with
mixed emotions that we say
goodbye to Sally and Bob Brown,
who are moving to Seattle, and both
of whom have been wonderful
bocce helpers. We will miss them
and wish them well.
As we reflect back on the start of
the season with our Lasagna Dinner
in April, a salad potluck in May,
followed by a catered BBQ in July,
our salute to Labor Day BBQ, the
2014 Bocce Tournament and finally
the Ice Cream Social, we would like
to thank all those who contributed to
making all of the Bocce events a
success. Not only have the games
been fun but the social activities
have been great!
We are pleased to announce the
following members elected to our
2015 board;
President Louise McKay, Vice
President Leo Loranger,
Treasurer Ted Reinke, Secretary
Frankie Spitaleri.
As we start to plan for our 2015
events, remember all Summerset
residents are welcome to join by
attending our annual April kickoff
Lasagna Dinner for a modest cost.
Watch the newsletter for details and
sign-up sheets.
We encourage bocce players and
community residents to offer fresh
ideas for our fufure events and
volunteers to help with any event.
Let's continue a great 2014 as we
anticipate an even greater 2015 and
we will see you on the courts.
Bridge Club
Nancy Briggs
All bridge players are welcome
to the Vista clubhouse every
12
Tuesday night from 7-9 p.m. Please
sign up by Sunday, Novemb er 23rd
on the Summerset III Activities
bulletin board for Party Bridge on
Tuesday, Novemb er 25th. Bring a
dollar for the kitfy and a sweet or
savory snack to share. There is
usually quite a delicious variety of
snacks ! We play with a different
partner every round of four hands.
If you do sign up for Party Bridge,
please treat it as your commitment
to be there. Please give Barbara at
least 24 hours notice if you find you
are unable to come. Many thanks!
The other Tuesdays, we stay with
the same partner the whole evening,
and it is not necessary for you to
prearrange a partner. Duplicate
bridge is played on the lst and 3rd
Tuesdays, which are November 4th
and 18th this month. Grand Slam
bridge is on the 2nd Tuesday,
November llth. On Grand Slam
night, please bring one dollar ($ 1)
for the kitty (50 cents for the highest
scoring pair and 50 cents for the
grand slam kitty). There is
currently about $75 in the grand
slam kitty! If you and your partner
bid and make a grand slam, you will
split the accumulated grand slam
kitty, and the highest scoring pair of
the evening will split the other kitty.
Beginning in November, Barbara
will be presenting a bridge lesson on
the third Tuesday of each month
from 6:00-6:45, which will be on
November 20th this month. Please
let her know in advance if you plan
to attend, so she will have the right
amount of handouts and cards for
everyone. Remember: 6 p.m.
If you learn that a friend or new
neighbor hasn't played bridge in a
long time, please invite them to
come with you on Tuesday nights.
Come and enjoy an evening of
bridge with long-time friends and
new ones at the Summerset Vista
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Bridge Club. Invite your friends
from Summersets I, II and IV as
well. If you haven't come for a
while, please think about joining us
again. We look forward to seeing
you soon!
Singles Club
Ginny Fahimi
The Summerset Singles Club is
for all Summerset residents on their
own. We usually meet on the FIRST
Wednesday of each month at the
Summerset
III Clubhouse.
Our next nleeting will be on
Wednesday, November 5 at
6:30pm beginning with our
Potluck. Members
are requested to
bring a dish to share, either soup,
salad, or a dessert.
Upcoming Meals: Our regular
monthly meals with separate
checks for November are:
. LUNCHEON: SECOND
WEDNESDAY (November 12): is
at Digger's on Balfour at l2:45pm.
. BREAKFAST: THIRD
TUESDAY (November 18): is at
MJ's Downtown Caf6 at 655 First
Street downtown Brentwood at
8:45am.
. DINNER: Due to Thanksgiving
holiday, dinner will be on the
THIRD Thursday (Novemb er 20)
at Sweeney's on Oak Street
downtown at 5:00pm. No need to
reserve a spot ahead of time for ony
of the meols - just show up!
Potluck Dinner at November
meeting on Wednesday, November
5. Bring a salad, soup, entrde, or
dessert to share. Complimentary
wine, soda, and bread will be
provided by Club. We will eat at
6:30pm, followed by our regular
monthly meeting.
Annual Holiday Luncheon:
Wednesday, December 10 at the
Lone Tree Golf & Event Center at
l2:30pm. See flyer in newsletter
for details.
If you have questions about the
Summerset Singles Club, call Ginny
Fahimi at 516-137 5.
full morning of tennis was followed
by a luncheon of pizza. salad,
desserts, and beverages with good
conversation and laugher. Our Club
looks forward to our biannual tennis
events with our Rio Vista friends.
The Tennis Club has several
activities scheduled for the rest of
Cribbage
the year:
- Novemb er 2: Summerset/Trilogy
Vineyards Tennis Social at the
Les Foley
Cribbage is played every
Wednesday and Thursday in the
Summerset III clubhouse at lpm.
The regular players would like a
few more Summerset residents to
join us. All Summerset residents
are invited. There are no fees for
prizes nor are there any prizes. We
play just to enjoy the game and for
the camaraderie.
A little rusty on the score
counting procedure? Not to worry.
We welcome all levels of skill, and
the more experienced players
always help the other players,
partners and opponents alike, count
their scores. No reservations are
necessary. Just drop in and a place
will be made for you.
If you would like to talk to
anyone or ask questions, you can
contact Duane Lent of Summerset
III at 234-1632 or Les Foley of
Summerset I at 516-5865. They
will be happy to assist you.
Tennis Club
Darrel Fiske
The Tennis Club hosted an
enjoyable tennis social tournament
with the Trilogy Rio Vista Tennis
Club on Friday, October 10. All
eight Summerset tennis courts were
used to accommodate our event. It
was a fun day with the Rio Vista
contingent of 25 club members. A
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Vineyards.
- Novemb er 7: Tennis Club's
Annual Meeting/Election of
Officers and Potluck Dinner at SS
III Activity Center.
- December L2: Holiday
Luncheon/Installation of 201 5
Officers at Cap's Restaurant.
With the end of daylight savings
time and cooler mornings, the start
time for round robins will be 9:00
a.m. effective Monday November 3.
The round robin days and locations
are: Mondays at SS IV; Tuesdays
(novice) at SS II; Wednesdays at SS
III, and Saturdays at SS I.
For additional information
contact Darrel Fiske, 513- 17 69.
Pool CIub
Jim Pinterich
The winners of the September
Pool Tournament were Lee Eastman
in First Place, Larty Foglestrom in
Second Place, Jim Rankin in Third
Place.
The winners of the October Pool
Tournament were Gino Ranalli in
First Place, Frank Heinisch in
Second Place, Jess Samudio in
Third Place.
The next Pool Tournament will
be on Monday, Novemberl7th, at
l pm in the Summerset III Pool
Room. The sign-up sheet will be
posted one week prior to the Pool
Tournament.
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For information or questions,
III Pool
Coordinators, Jim Pinterich at
240-6421 or Jim McNary at
240-9293.
please contact Summerset
Gomputer Glub
Ardel Bert
We use computers, video
projection, and Internet access to
present information on computers
(PCs and Macs), software, tablets,
smart-phones, the Internet, and
related technology. Presentations
range from tutbrials to the
introduction of new sofbware,
equipment, and electronic processes
showing how and why they can be
useful.
Residents ofALL the
Summersets are welcome - anyone
can benefit from participation
regardless of their level of technical
expertise. Participants often bring
problems from home for discussion.
We encourage active participation
and suggestions for future
programs.
Meetings are held on the second
& fourth Thursday of each month at
7 p.m.in the Craft Room of SSII
club house.
Please note that there will only
be one program in November and
December due to holidays.
Programs for the rest of the year
will
be:
November 13 - Jeff Hensel
Money Saving Coupon Apps and
Web Sites
December 11 - Ron Fugazzi
Should You Switch from Computer
to Tablet
Visit the Club website, http:ll
ssccb.wordpress.c od, for latest
program information.
We consult on technology
problems. Those receiving
significant help are asked to make a
donation to Friends of the
Brentwood Library.
Address questions/requests to: Ron
Fugazzi, 513-2928,
rlfb 1 @comcast.net or Jeff Hensel,
699-3 8 8 8, [email protected] com
Don't suffer with technology
issues; come to a meeting and/or
contact us.
Card Bingo
Ginny Fahimi
There will be NO Card Bingo in
November and December due to the
holidays. We will resume on the
fourth Wednesday of January.
If you have questions, call Ginny
Fahimi at 51 6-137 5.
Singers
projected harmony just gets better
and better...look out Mormon
Tabernacle Choir, here we come!
If you are looking for a great
outlet for your singing talent, love
camaraderie and want something to
do every Monday evening at7 p.m.,
come on out to Summerset Vista's
clubhouse and join us. No interview
or audition required.
And now, if you have been
waiting for a notice about our
annual, fabulous Summerset Singers
Crab feed, place Saturday, January
3lst on your calendar. We'll have a
flyer in next month's newsletter that
will give you all the information
you need to enjoy this scrumptious
event that's always a sell-out.
Questions? Call Ernie Macintyre
at 925-813-0996.
"Music gives a soul to the
Universe, wings to the mind, flight
to the imagination and life to
everything."- Plato
Nancy Kruger-Gregory
Our Holiday Season concerts are
rapidly approaching and the entire
Summerset Singers chorus is
energized about the music selections
we will offer this time around. We
are now rehearsing l6 numbers
(alphabetically) from "Angels We
Have Heard On Highr" to "White
Christmas."
We are also excited about the
fact we will be performing in all
four Summerset subdivisions this
season. . . something that didn't
happen last year. Thu. Dec. ll - 7
[email protected] Summ. IV; Fri. Dec. 12 - 7
p.m. @ Summ. III; Sun. Dec. 14 - 3
p.m. @ Summ. II and Wed. Dec. 17
-7 p.m. @ Summ. I.
Our chorus is still growing and
now has close to ninety singers and
support personnel. As we continue
to grow, the quality and of our
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Drawing
Peggy Magovern
During class, the sfudents are
taught technique and the use of
various mediums. The approach of
this class focuses on the use of
graphite, colored pencils and chalk
pastels.
Subject matter is the student's
choice. Possibilities range from
landscapes to still life affangements,
portraits, or even animal portraits.
Photographs will be provided if you
need them.
In class, we'Il create dynamic
images with the use of strong, wellsculpted shading, and enhance with
detail and color.
Beginners are very welcome to
attend! Class is casual and you
work at your own pace. $15 for
sfudents, free for non-sfudents.
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RV Club
Jerry Marks
This year's Christmas Parfy will
be held on December 18th, so mark
your calendar. More information
will be in the December Newsletter
as to the time. This year's party will
be held at Summerset III. Look
forward to seeing members that
couldn't make it out this year to the
outings.
We welcome new people
interested in going RVing to come
join us at the Christmas Party or
join us at one of our outings.
Remember we are looking for
Wagon Masters for 2015, so put on
your thinking caps for new
locations.
For more information about the
Summerset RV Club please contact
Jerry Marks - President , Joe Lewis
- Vice President.
Women's Golf
Linda Cicala
Fall has finally reached us. What
a long, hot summer. Thanks to our
members who hung in there and
played throughout the hot times.
Our course has received some
attention and we hope this will
improve our course for next year's
play. The winner of last months
Club Championship is Debbie
Taylor. Congrats Debbie on a game
well played and also to the others
who played so well.
Our winners low gross play are
Laura Simpson, Netti Riebli and
Candace Hodson. Low Net winners
are Deanna Hauser, Robin Austin
and Kay Richmond. Thanks to all
the members who played for your
loyal support.
Our new board members for 2015
are - Pat Reed - Captain, Roseanne
Jones - Co-Captain, Candace
Hodson - Treasurer, Susan
McClanahan - Secretary Ruthanne
Barber - membership. I hope
everyone will step forward and
welcome our board and give them
support over the next year.
Our club dues of $60 are due by
November 15th and late after
December lst. There is a $5 late fee
after that date. Turn your checks in
at the pro shop.
Thanks to all who played in our
Halloween day. A big thank you to
Callie who always oversees these
special events. Our year is coming
to an end, but there is still time to
get a few more birdies in! Birdies
for last month are Phyllis Youn g - 2,
Robin Austin 2,Barbara Stewart,
Debbie Culbertson, Susan
McClanahan, Barbara Sharp, Dor
Dillion 3, Kay Richmond, Janet
McCarthy, Helga Marshall, Marilyn
Butterfield2, Debbie Taylor 5,
Ruthanne Barber, and Connie Clark.
Great playing ladies!
Our club meets on Thursdays at
9:00 a.m. (new fall-winter time) at
Brentwood Golf Club. If you wish
to join, contact Ruthanne Barber at
(925) 5 13-6583. Happy Golfing.
Ladies Nine Tees
Geri Peterson
Later tee times, cooler weather, it
must be Fall. I'm sure everyone is
happy not to play in the hot, hot
summer weather we have had. The
hot weather didn't seem to bother
Susan Hall; she is the most
improved player for the month of
September. Good job Susan!
The September PWGA Playday
was a great success. There were 9
15
clubs participating in the
tournament. The winners from our
very own Nine Tees are: Sandra
Banke, lst place; Chris Sims, 2nd
place; Dixie Lee Mattos and Pat
Lanthier, 3rd place; and Yvonne
Morse and Janet Pisciotta, 4thplace.
Nice job ladies!
Mark your calendars for our
Christmas Party, December I st.
There will be no golf that day.
GOLF can be best defined as an
endless series of tragedies obscured
by the occasional miracle, followed
by a nice glass of wine.
GOLF! You hit down to make
the ball go up. You swing left and
the ball goes right. The lowest
score wins, on top of that she is the
winner.
The Nine Tees are a fun group of
ladies that enjoy playing t holes of
golf on the Diablo Course on
Monday. A maximum GHIN index
of 36 is allowed, which is in the
range of 72 on the Diablo Course.
If you are interested in learning
more about our golf group, please
contact one of the following
members for more information.;
Janet Thompson at 634-2495, Geri
Peterson at 240-0177 , Sandra Banke
at 513-1422.
Book Glub
Shirley Beck
This month we read Sara and
Eleanor by Jan Pottker. It's an
historical story of Sara Delano
Roosevelt and her Daughter-in-Law
Eleanor Roosevelt.
Our meetings are held the last
Tuesday of each month at lpm in
the clubhouse library. If you would
like to join please call Pat Long at
679-7026 or Shirley Beck at
5 13-7803. Happy Reading! !
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Diabetic Support
Group
Diane McLean
The Diabetic Support Group does
not meet in November. Our next
meeting is December 4.
BG's Ladies Golf
Patty Johnson
The BGs are a very friendly
group of ladies playing golf at many
levels. Some' ladies are beginners,
some are more'advanced with a
handicap, and others are just playing
for fun and not keeping their score.
During these waffn summer months
we are playing t holes on Diablo at
8AM. When the weather cools, we
will return to the 10AM tee time.
Donna Baird has been gracious to
do the scheduling. You may contact
her at 240-7817 .
For any other questions
regarding joining our group, contact
Patty Johnson at 513-2354 or
p atty 2O 5 @ sbc global .net.
Tango
Page Binkley
Well, summer's over and it's
dance time again! For those of you
who are missing out on all the fun
of dancing, now is the time to stop
and think of dancing just for a
moment. If you can't dance, why
would anyone want to ask you to go
to a dance or dance with you?
I personally take advanced
classes at the Allegro in Emeryville.
They have beginning, intermediate
and advanced classes. The
advanced class had 40+ students.
The beginners class was nearly as
large, with about 30 people. The
classes I take in Old Sacramento are
between 20 and 25 students both
beginning and advanced.
If my partner can attend the class
this Thursday at 4:15pm, I would
like to demonstrate how versatile
the Tango can be danced and the
fun you can have with it. So we
would like to dance a little of each
Tango Fusion, Tango, and tango to
Fox trot and Waltz, too.
I love to dance to just about
anything and have fun doing it.
Hopefully you can attend!
Please contact me with any
questions or concerns before the
lesson. I hope to see you there!
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Chi Ball
Jennifer Gomes
Chi Ball targets the whole
being: the physical, emotional and
spiritual. Participants hear and
absorb the positive, oldies-inspired,
rhythmic, and beautiful music.
Classes are Tuesday and
Thursday at 1Oam and Saturday at
l0: 15am. Purchase your l0-class
punch card for $35. Make checks
payable to CheryI Ortiz. Don't miss
out! ! !
Stretch & Tone
Jennifer Gomes
Zumba Gold
Jennifer Gomes
Anyone can do Zumbal People of
all ages, backgrounds and fitness
levels have discovered this fun new
way to lose weight, feel good, and
look better, all while having a great
time!
Zumba Gold is based on the
same dance moves used in the
original Zunfra class. The Gold
class, however, is less intense, with
dance routines designed for
beginners and older adults using
modified movements.
This class was designed to teach
the basic dance steps to anyone and
provides an appropriate workout for
those just beginning a fitness
program. Feeling the music
happens when one suddenly forgets
they are dancing in a class and the
music is the reason to move with
jov.
Zumba Gold on Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 9:10am to 9:55am.
Purchase an 8-class punchcard from
your instructor before or after class
for $32. $5 drop-ins are welcome.
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Firm, tone, strengthen! Classes
are slow-paced and you'll be
encouraged to work within your
own range of motion.
Classes are $32 for an 8-class
card. Cards do not expire until you
complete your 8 classes. Purchase
your punch card from the instructor,
Cheryl Ortiz, at the beginning of
class on Mondays, Wednesdays or
Fridays at 8am.
Bunco
Ursula Modeleski
We had a full house of 20 players
for Bunco. Welcome to Carlina
Santos, Rosetta Sampson and
Rosemary Kelley, first time players!
We hope you join us again.
Kate Buchanan took the Pot for
most Baby Buncos. Center Case
and Dennis Wagerman shared the
money for most wins. Virginia
Valladon and Wanda Ferell split the
win for most losses. Most Bunco
Winners were Andrea Jorgensen and
Rosemary Kelley. Congrats to all
who took home money. That's fun!
Perhaps it is my turn next time.
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Thanks to all for setting up and to
those who stayed to clean up It is
much appreciated. See you all in
November. Stay well!
Tai Chi
Mary Gibbs
It is officially Fall. Leaves are
beginning to blow in the wind and
the rain and cold weather is not far
ahead. Although our outside
activities will soon be coming to an
end - consider a form of exercise
that you can'do outdoors and also
take indoors with you. Consider
taking Tai Chi.
Age related health conditions
improve, such as:
. Stabilizes bone density
. Lowers blood pressure,
cholesterol and stress
. Improve quality of life
. Improve balance and
coordination
. Increase range of motion and
mobility
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Boost the immune system
Increase breathing capacity
Fibromyalgia
Sleep Disorder
Tai Chi is easy and classes at
Summerset will provide you with...
. Individual attention for
beginners
. You're made to feel
comfortable while learning
you won't feel embarrassed
or awkward
. Immediate health and
balance benefits
. Energy to start your day
. Helps to improve your golf
and tennis game
Sign up for your medicine in
motion at the clubhouse today so
you can have a better tomorrow.
Bowling
contact me at 240-6943 or email
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glad to get you started.
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Fred Critchfield
At the end of six weeks of
League play, Team SOS was in first
place with a total of l8 points.
Team members include Lotti Rother
from Summerset Orchards, Eric
Maier from Summerset Orchards,
Liz Castle from Summerset Vista,
and Janine Gordon from Summerset
I. Team SOS led second place Team
4ArUS by one-half point.
Summerset bowlers are
establishing impressive statistics.
For example, Shirley Davis from
Summerset Palms had a league high
handicap game of 283, Elizabeth
Castle from Summerset Vista had a
season high handicap game of 710,
and Mary Hershberger from
Summerset Palms had a high
scratch game of 559. Wes Van
Beveren from Summerset Palms had
a league high Handicap Game of
287 andArt Solomon from
Summerset Palms had a league
high Handicap series of 735.
Congratulations to all.
Rough Riders
Greg Shultz
November has arrived and with it
the end to Daylight Savings Time.
Shorter days and cooler weather
means the Rough Riders will be
moving our starting time to 10 a.m.
This will give us a few extra winks
and a second cup of coffee before
hitting the course. During
November we are planning a trip to
Lone Tree for t holes and Discovery
Bay for 18 holes. So, if any of this
sparks an interest to get out of the
house for a few hours and play nine
holes on Wednesday morning,
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Soles For Souls
Submitted by Kermit Sween
Hi my name is Zack
Allen. I am inTroop
927 of the Boy Scouts
ofAmerica, and for my
Eagle Project I am
doing a shoe drive. I
will be collecting lightly worn shoes
and giving them to an organization
called Soles4Souls that sends shoes
to impoverished people all over the
world, including here in the US.
Your donations will help give these
children and adults the opportunity
to go to school or get a job, and
eventually get out of poverty. You
may bring your shoes to the
Summerset III Clubhouse, placing
them in the Soles for Souls box; or
bring your shoes to these locations:
Sports Authority
LDS Churches
Old Navy
His & Hers Formal Wear
Brentwood Press Building
Ross
Oakley City Hall
Freedom High School
Oakley Chiropractic
Heritage High School
To make a monetary donation,
please make checks out to:
Me OR Soles4Souls & send to:
18 Oak St, PO Box #581,
Brentwood, CA 94513
Thanks for your help!
(e2s) ses-2414
Zack.p . all [email protected] gmail. c om
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Veterans Club
Jim Rankin
On 13 October, at the Veteran's
Club meeting, wo had a new
President at the head table. It was
still President Loren Fitzgerald, but
not the single Loren any more. We
now have a newly wed, President
Loren. The Veterans club
acknowledges his newly obtained
status and CONGRATULATES him
on his ability to choose a beautiful
lady name Luz for his bride, Mrs.
Luz F itzgerald. Our congratulations
to them both! .
At this writing, to update you on
our program, the club offrcers are
still involved in coordinating with
the VA Hospitals in getting some of
the tablets out to their patients.
Unfortunately, it takes time to plow
through all of the government
paperwork. The club will become
actively involved a lot more after
we get the preliminaries out of the
way.
PresidentFitzgerald ask me to
announce an upcoming FILM
Documentary; the Korean War
Documentary Called'oChosin". It's
being shown for Veteran's Day,
November 11 , @ 6:30 pm at the El
Campanil Theatre, at 602W Znd
Street, Antioch, CA., and again on
Wednesday, November L2 @ 6:30
p.m. in the Orinda Theatre, at 4
Orinda Theatre Square, Orinda, CA.
Our Next Meeting will be held
on NOVEMBER 10,2014 @
Summerset I, at 1l:00 AM! Our
Annual Veterans Day Program. For
more info call Loren @ 240-9415,
Leo @ 240-9112 or Jim @
240-9397.
Strength &
Gonditioning
Jennifer Gomes
Certified Fitness Trainer and
Summerset Resident, David Orr, is
offering a strength & conditioning
classes; however, currently all
classes are fuIl. Please contact
David directly at 510-861-0832 to
let him know you're interested.
Watercolor
Jennifer Gomes
The Watercolor class meets
every Friday at l2:30pm.
For more information about the
class, contact Linda Hyatt at
626-4338.
New Fitness
Glasses
Jennifer Gomes
New classes are on the calendar;
Total Body Fitness and Chair
Aerobics! Total Body Fitness will
improve your strength and balance.
We will use weights and bands.
This class includes mat work. Chair
Aerobics class is designed to
challenge your strength and
endurance. Both classes are held
every Monday and Wednesday;
Total Body Fitness at9:15am and
Chair Aerobics at 10am.
Contact Tammy, the instructor, at
408-0514.
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Club & Activity Contacts
Architectural Committee
Shidev Foster
244-5647
ffi#ded
,BG's Ladies' Golf
Donna Baird
24A-7817
Seasonal Thursdays 1Oam
Louise McKay
240-9916
Seasonal: WS 8:30am, 1st & 3rd W
Pat Long
679-7026
Last Tuesdav
Bridqe Club
Barbara Crandall
244-0417
Tuesdav 7
Bunco
Louise McKay
240-9916
2nd Thursdav 7
Card Bingo
Ginny Fahimi
516-1375
4th Wednesdav 7om
Chair Aerobics
Tammy Cruze
408-0514
!Chi Ball
Cheryl Ortiz
244-6418
TTh 10am & Saturdav 10:15am
lCribbage Club
Duane Lent
234-1632
Wednesdayffhursday 1pm
;Dominoes Club
Margaret Evans
240-9994
Friday 1pm
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Zoe Lighty
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Jeanne Bennett
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Geri Peterson
24A-A177
Mondays 12pm
iLine Dancing
Nellie Jenks
513-6553
Fridays 9:30am
;Men's Poker Club
Larry Foglestrom
513-8358
2nd & 4th Thursdays
Jim McNary
240-9293
Poker Club
Jim McNary
244-9293
2nd & 4th Tuesday 7pm
RAC
Russ Pitkin
513-1595
3rd Tuesday 1:30pm, Alt.
Greg Shultz
244-6943
Wednesdays
,RV Club
Jerry Marks
244-5M7
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Susan Stuteville
5164692
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Ginny Fahimi
516-1375
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iSocial Club
Donna Bokman
516-7824
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Cheryl Ortiz
244-6418
MWF 8am
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David On
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698-4635
763-783-1812
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513-3077
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Page Binkley
684-9716
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?Tennis Club
Darrel Fiske
513-1769
MTWS 8am
ifotal Body Workout
Tammy Cruze
408-0514
MW 9:15am
lVeterans Club
Loren Fitzgerald
244-9415
2nd
Watercolor Class
Zoe Lighty
6984635
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Women's Golf
Ruth Anne Barber
513-6583
Thursday 9am
Tammy Cruze
408-0514
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Phone: 516-?59?
Email: vistas,[email protected]€rnail. com
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12:30PM MEN'S POOL
10AM STRENGTH/CONDTTTON
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7PM SINGERS PRACTICE
4:30PM TRAVEI PRESENTATION
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12:30PM MEN'S POOL
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12:30PM MEN'S POOL
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7PM SIN6ERS PRACTICE
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All $ummerset Residents are InvitedtoAttendtlre Event.
Lt. Doug Silva of the Brentwood Police
Department will speak about crime analysis, the
senior population in Brentwood and the Police
Departemnts Commitment to the quality of life
our seniors deserr/e.
In you plan to attend, please RSVP to
Dottie Bangs al516-5610 or
Rosetta Sampson at 516-5703.
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Clubhouse Event
Musical Perforn once by
Robert Stunton
SundilyrNovember 9 at zpm
Summerset III Clubhouse
$ro per person
Music described by some as "haunting"
"memorable" and "passionate" artist and
composer Robert Scott Stanton has taken his
love for creating emotive music released for all
to enjoy on his CD "By the Wing of an Angel."
Robert's musical education began at age 5. He studied briefly in
his early yeaf,s at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and
later studied privately for several years with composer and
pianist Julian Maurice white. Later he enrolled in Piano
Performance and Composition at San Francisco State
University wittt William Corbet Jones in addition to Master
classes with Karl Ulrich Schnabel and private sessions with
world renowned composer and pianist Robert Helps.
To sign up, please
send or drop a check
to Summerset lll
Clubhouse.
Make checks payable
Robert's performing experience spans 30 years in both
Contemporary and Classical music in venues throughout the
western United States and Ewope. With music influenced by
such artists as Chopin, Debussy, The Beatles, Jean Luc Ponti
and a host of others Stanton has orchestrated arrangements that
have been called Smooth Jazz, Modern Classical and New Age.
Composer Robert Scott Stanton brings music to radioo
television, and film and through live performances he touches
listeners in a powerful and intimate way.
to Summerset lll.
Contact Jennifer
Gomes for more
information.
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Clubhouse Event
Kare Bears
Medical Equipment
If you need to borrow a walker, transport chair
or wheelchair for a limited period of time
call Barbara Crandell at (925) 240-04L7
Memorials
If you wish to hold a Memorial atthe
Summerset Vista Clubhouse,
and the Clubhouse is free that duy,
there is no charge
and the Kare Bears can assist you.
Call Peggy Soares at (925) 240-78L2,
Basha Graff at (925) 24A-5393 or
Shirley Beck at (925) 513-7803
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Name:
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Summerset Singers
[Jnder the direction of
Ernie Macintyre
present
A CIIRISTMAS REJolClilo
Come to enjoy an evening of Christmas music from
Jingle BeIl Rock, Christmas on Broadway, to the Messiah
Friday, Dec. l2r20l4 @ 7:00 PM at Summerset
$8 per person
Make checks payable to Summerset lll
III
Contact the Activities Director at your desired location to
insure seating availability
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Summerset
III Trip
Wednesddy,
December LTth 4pm
$r+o per person
Center Orchestra Seating at the
Orpheum Theatre in San Francisco.
Dinner at McCormick & Kuletos
KINKY BOOTS is the exhilarating Broadway musical that will lift your spirits to new high-heeled
heights! Winner of six Tony [email protected] including BEST MUSICAL, this inspirational story follows a
struggling shoe factory owner who works to turn his business around with help from Lola, a
fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. Together, this unlikely pair finds that they
have more in common than they ever dreamed possible... proving that when you change your
mind about someone, you can change your whole world.
lnspired by a true story, KINKY BOOTS features a joyous, Tony-winning score by CYNDI
LAUPER, direction and Tony-winning choreography by JERRY MITCHELL and a hilarious,
uplifting book by four-time Tony winner HARVEY FIERSTEIN. Come join the sold-out audiences
who've discovered why - sometimes - the best way to fit in is to stand outl
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Menu
Penne Pasta with rock shrimp & Bay
scallops in an Alfredo sauce
Grilled Mahi Mahiwith lemon butter
sauce served with mashed potatoes &
sautded vegetables
Stuffed Chicken Breast with goat cheese
& fresh herbs
To sign up, please drop or send a check to
1581 Regent Drive, Brentwood, CA 945 13.
Make checks payable to Summerset III.
Dessert
For more information contact Jennifer Gomes at
vistaactivities @ gmail. com.
Tickets are non-refirndable unless a
replacememt is found.
Vanilla Bean lce Cream with an
almond cookie
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Summerset
III Trip
Maine's Rugged Coast
Double $3,079; Single $4,129; Triple $3,049
lncluded in Price: Round Trip Air from San Francisco lntlAirport, Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges, HotelTransfers
Not included in price: Cancellation Waiver and lnsurance of $205 per person
LimitedAvailability. All space is on a first come first sen'e basis.
8 Days
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1
Lunch, 4 Dinners
HIGHLIGHTS... Boston, Boston Harbor Cruise, Bar Harbor, Acadia
National Park, Reeport, Boothbay Harbor, Lobster Dinneq
KennebunLpott
Travel Presentation: November Ath at 4:30pm!
Call Jennifer Gomes at 925-516-7397.
Day I : Saturday,.fuly 25, 2015 Boston, Massachusetts - Tour Begins Welcome to Massachusetts, the beginning ofyour
ioumey through New England's channing and vibrant northern states. Relax during a two-night stay in ihe hean of
lJostorL
Day 2: Sunday,July 26, 2015 Boston Start your day with a sightsceing tour tlat featu€s the Old South Meeting House,
Public Gardens. Old North Cturch and Beacon Hill. StoD at the famed Faneuil Hall Markeblace. bustlins with various
street performers and colorfirl kiosks of local handiwork Later, hop aboard a barbor cruise ?md yisit one 6f Boston's most
treasuied landmarkq the USS Constitution. This informative cruise b'rings you up-close and personal with "Old konsides'
at her home in the Charlestown Naqr Yard and offen the opporh:nity+ t6 disem6a* for a toiu oftle famous ship and
accompanying Naval Museum. Tonight, the atmosphere bei:omes veiy 'Ye Olde New England" when you enjoy a
welcorire rlinn-er at America's oldest -oydter house, Iocated on the histriric Freedom Tr l. (8, D)
Day 3: MondanJuly 27, 2015 Boston - Bar Harbor, Maine Travel nor& through Maine to the resort town ofBar Harbof,
yolu home for the ne)(t rhree nichts. Bar Harbor (or as the locals sav it "Bah Hahbuh') has the charm of a cuainl New
England fishing village with allthe atbactions ofa maior port, andlts touristy downtoinn area is hard to resisl Ttie town is
nesled on tbe east siile ofMount Dese{ Island,.s}ellerql h_om the Atlantic Ocem by Frenchman Bay and surrounded on
three sides by the mountains of Acadia Natiodl Park @, D,)
Day 4: TuesdanJuly 28,2015 Bar Harbor Enbark on an in.odtbt"
in the gulf ofMaine, in search ofwhales and
North Atlantic Puffins. Durins your cruise, you'll visit Petit Manan National Wildlife Refuee. Within tle wildlife retuse is
the island of Pait Manan, onddf several aloire the Maine coast which hosb a larse breedinE colonv of Atlantic Puffinsl
These colorfirl bkds sD€trd most of their livesln the ocean. usine land onlv to raide their voins. anil can be seen onlv bv
boat. After viewinc die wilt ife, indieenous on the island, and Maine's sebond tallest lisftthorEe, we will proceed dth6
whale grounds forlhe ppportunity toiee humpback, finbick and Minke whales. During-your lei6ure time'today, you may
choose-io waich the lobSfemren ri'ork, browse the s<iuvenir shops or perhaps explore a -m:useum. @)
Day 5: Wednesday,July 29, 2015 Bar Harbor - Acadia National Park - Bar Harbor Join us today as we tour Br Harbor
and Acadia National Park featuring the best scenery-alland stories thb axea has to offer. There is more to Acadia than meets
the while.omvidine vou with the stories behind the scenerv. Stons
the eve! We'll take vou to the olacds vou must see.
will include tbe too bf Cadilla6 Mouritain. the hishest Doint on tlie eastem- Seaboard, Tbundet Hole and Northeasf Harbbr.
L,ater, retum to yoir hotel wher€ the remiinder o-f youi day is at leisure. @, DJ
Day 6: Thursday,July 30, 20 I 5 Bar Harbor - Freeport - Pordand, Maine Depart for beautiful Portlaod atrd stop en route in
Freebort. Maine's most-visited destination. Much ofthe current otosoeritv ofFreeoort rests on the invention bv Leon L.
Beari L.L. Bean has sown inm a multi-national clothine consldmeate. 'frrith an eiormous store on Maine Str6et that
literally nwer closes.Tnjoy lunch at Jameson Tavern, a-nestoftd historibal inn. After, enjoy time to visit Freeports' many
outlets'before heading oi t6 Portland. (8, L,)
Day 7: Friday,Juty 31, 2015 Portland View the rugged coastline on a drive alolg picturesque Ocean Point Road. Enjoy a
visit m Railwav Village which hosts historic village displays and the operating live sEarn narrow qause train. This
afternoon expErience-a relaxine cruise throueh Bdothbiv ftflbor for siectacrilar views ofthe coai. ii'cludins lishthousessuinmer homis. and even localA dife. such-as the hadror seals. Learfi about New Engltrd's lobster industri arid watch '
as a lobster trali is pulled aboard the boat to view the day's catch. Tonight join your fe-llow tavelers for a veiy special
farewell dinnei fedturing the fiesh native lobster for which coastal Maiie iJ ren6wned- (B, D)
Dav 8: Sanudav. Aucust l. 2015 Pordand - KennebunkDort - Boston MA - Tour Ends Todav vou travd tlroush the
seaiide comnrinitv oTfenirebunkoort. alonc soectaculdr Ocean Driv'e. See Walker's Poinl foimer President deorpe H.
W. Bush's srunmri home, which G sitirated-onr-a rocky promontory. Then, r€turD to the Boiton airpon The many p-leasant
mernories of your Maine''s Rugged Coast adventure riill last a tifeiime. @)
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Rtfl"ctio?r,s of ltaly
DONOT MISS OW! BOOKNOW
Double $4,499 *; Single $5,399; Triple fi4,449
Regular rates: Double $4,699; Single $5,599; Triple $4,649
lncluded in Price: Round Trip Air from San Francisco lnttAirport, Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges, Hotel Transfers
Not included in price: Gancellation Waiver and lnsurance of $260 per person
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l0 Days o 14 Meals: B Breakfasts, I Lunch, 5 Dinners
HIGHLIGHTS... Rome, Colosseum, Assisi, Perugia, Siena,
Florence, Chianti Winery, Venice, Murano Island, Milan
Travel Presentation: November 4th at 4:30pm!
Call Jennifer Gomes at 925516-7397.
Day l: Monday, October 19, 2015 Overnight Flight Welcome to ltaly, a land rich in history, culture, art and romance. Yoqr
journeybegins with an ovemight flight.
Day 2: Tuesday,-Octobcr 20, 2015 Rome, Italy - Tour Begins Welcome to Rorne, '"The Et€rnal City." This evening, join your
fellow travelers fot a special welcome dinner dt a popular local restaurant feaauing regional delicdies and fine ltal-iiri wiies.
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Day 3: Wednesday, October 21, 2015 Rome TbS mornlng you'll come to how the historf, cnd trrditiom of Rom€ while
on a locelly*uided prnorrmic tour ferforing tte impresliye Pir.zs Veneda, the Circnj Msrlmw. the Arch of
Conrtrndne, tte frmour Pilzza Nrvonr rnd r visit to the Colosreun This afternoon it's vour
-on choici:! P€rtaDs I triD to
Vatican City, with an optiooal tour to the Vaticm Museums aad St. Petet's Basilica., will be
your personal sightseeing list.
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Day_4; Thunday, October 22, 20 15 Rome - Assisi - Pcrugia Ease your way into the locsl cultur€ as your tour Eauag€r slrares a
few key Italian pbnses. Travel to Assisi, birthplacc of SL Francis. Take in the old-world atmosohere on a cuided walkinc tour
ofthe old city, focluding the Basilics ofSt. Francis. Then you are offto medieval Penrsia,-palaces
rhe f,istoric caDital of Unbria--Behold
one ofthe griurdest squares in ltaly, the Piaza IV Novem6rre, and deligbt in the medieial
and oniate cathedrals. @, Dj
Day 5: Friday, October 23,,?015 Per-rlgia - Sicna - florcnce A scenic joumey through Tuscaay's gracefirl lowJying hills brings
you to the mystical city of Siena. DeliClt in its narrow Gothic st€et$ m'lFificent Dalaces and historic Piazza del CamDo, Aft;r
a watking toir with a local experq take sof,re time to explore the nedieval comers bf Siena. You arc sure to find manv'surorises
among its shops and outdcor Caf€s. Arrive in Florcnce and enjoy some fiee tine before gathering for dinner. (8, D)
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Day 6: Saturday, October 24, 2015 Florence In f,'lorence, the aCredle ofthe Italhn Renairerncert vlrit lhe world-frnous
Academy Gallery to rc€ MlcheLngelo's incredible ltrtue ofDcrid. During your cultrual tour ofFlorcnce vou'll also view the
Cathedral_ of $ania Maria del Fiorc, fte Palazzo Vecchio and the Church of S-arita Croce. The rcmainder of th-e day is at leisure
to enjoy this fascinating city on yoir own. @,)
Day 7: Sundan October 25, 2015 llorence - Veaice Stsrt your dry wlth r virit to r hlstorlc winery ln lte heart ofthc
Chland resion. In the ihrdow oflt! l2th-cenhry-ioumery
cestle. learn rbout the winery's faned Thgcan wines end enlov r lfuht
lunch fitreil with locd rpecialtier. This afternoon
tbmugh cenhal Italy, ciosqinq the wooded ADennin€ Mduntainsioward th€ Valley ofthe ?o. Enchanting Venice ailrits wiih I l7 dny islands airi its lattic-ewo* of 150 cinels and /t00 bridges.
(8, L, D)
Day 8r MondaJr, October 26, 2015 Venice . Murano Island - Venice See Venlce fron the water thir nornfug ai we borrd r
boat'r (werther permltthg) bound for Munno lthnd for rn uP.clore glrrs msldns demonstrsfior. Discover thc secrets
ofthis ancient art and marve-l at tbe inhicate desims of each one-of-a-kind oiece. Nort. i€tum to V€nice and visit livelv St
Mark's Squarc, the cultural hub ofthe city. Uncoier the stories ofVenice ai a local exixrt euidcs vou on a walkine torir ofthe
ares featriing St Mark's Basilic4 the Dolge's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs and tle Clock To:wer with its famous M;on. (B)
Day 9: Tuesday, Octob et 27 ,2015 Veni(f-, - Milan Malpensa Today you trsv€l to Milarl Take in sorne ofthe citv'e amazinc
sighB on a locally-guided panoramio tour including the Duomo - this meqnific€nt Cothic cathedral is the third [arcest chuih ir
Eumoe. the Operb House La Scala and Vittorio Enanuele Gallerv. Lat€r.-D€rhaDs vou will indulce in some shonohs at the
'Quaifril-atero'rtella Modq]' Milan'e high-frshion district. Continire to Milin Millinsa for a fare' ell dimer cetitrafing the ena
of an unforgettable trip. @, D)
Day l0: Wednesday, October 28, 2015 Milan Malpensa - Tour Eads Your tour com€s to
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NoY.4-Movie Mlltlo
Nov. 8-The Rat Pack Show
Nov. 9-Sunday Bingo
Nov. l0-Veterans Day Program
Dec. 2-Travel Presentation
Dec. 6-Christrras Dinner Parly
Dec. l4--Sunday Bingo
Dec. l7-Summerset Singers Concert
Dec. 31-NewYearos Eve Party
Uyou are interested in any of
the trips or would like more
information on Summerset f
functions, please csll
Diane Mclean, SSI Aetivity
Director at 513-0740.
Additional
through the life and times of the
world's most celebrated band. This
expanded RAIN adds even more hits
that you know and love from the vast
anthology of Beatles classics such as
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Want To Hold Your Hand," "Hard
Day's Night," "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely
Hearts Club Band,o' u'Let It Be,"
"Come Together" and "Hey Jude."
This stunning concert event takes you
back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a note-for-note theatrical event that is the next best thing
to the Beatles. Don't miss the Broadway smash that's taking the world by
storm. Coming
to the Sacramento
Community Center Theatre. We have
to the Thursday,
March 19 matinee performance.
We'll be having lunch at The Old
orchestra seats
Spaghetti Factory
in
Sacramento
before the show. Please see flyer for
meal choices and detailed itinerary.
Veterans'Day Program
Veterans' Day will be commemorated
at Sum. I on Mon., Nov. 10 at 1 I AM.
Our guest speaker is Dr. Leslie
Harold, former Marine Medic. The
event honors all veterans. Our own
Summerset Singers will be honoring
our veterans with us. The program is
open to all Summerset communities.
and Event
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were living and working at the center
of
Paris at the turn of the last century.
Through a variety of paintings and
other materials, visitors will explore
the nightlife of cabaret theaters, elaborate circus performances and intimate cafe concerts that helped to
define Paris as an iconic modern
city. On February 17, Summerset I
has scheduled a 10:00 AM docent
tor.u of the exhibit at the Crocker Art
in
Sacramento. After our
visit to the museum we'lI have time
in Old Sacramento for exploring and
lunch on our owrr. Please see flyer
for itinerary.
Thunder YaIIey Casino
We're off to Sacramento's ultimate
Las Vegas style casino on Wed.,
Jan.
14. We'll be eqioyng the
spacious gaming floor feafuring
more than 2,500 state-of-the-art slot
machines. Thunder Valley has 4
restarrants,
a food court and a
24-hour all-you-can-eat buffet. Cost
of kip is $28 and includes busing,
$15 slot credit
&
$5 food coupon.
Dining & gambling is on your own.
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Sutter Creek Holiday-D ec. 12
Dirty Dancing Musical-Jan. 3, 2015
Thunder Valley Casino-J an. 14
Toulouse-Lautrec/Old Sac-Feb. 17
Rainr Tribute to the Beatles-Mar. 19
Canadian Rockies/Glacier Natl Park
if you have
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Museum
There's still room on
these trips:
Oct.25 -Nov.4,2015
in your newsletter or Rec.
Centerllodge. Call Diane, 513-0740,
Toulouse-Lautrec &
La Vie Modeme: Paris 1880-1910
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Prague & Danube River Cruise
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world. A live multi-media spectacular
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Do you want help identifring what
birds come to your feeder or are in
your yard? Do you want to go to a
local park and see birds migrating
through our area?
Curtis Stuteville (8.S. Zoology) wants
yorn help forming a new Summerset
club. I need twenty people to sign up
to begin this group. Please send me
an email if you would be interested.
Thanks. c.stuteville @att.net
Travel Presentation
Mark your calendar for a special
Summerset I travel presentation by
Premier World Discovery on the
following trips:
Canadian Rockies/Glacier Park
Featuing 3 nights in Banff
Ialy 22-28,2A15
Prague & Ilighlights of the Danube
7 night cruise on the Amadans Royal
October 25-Novemb er 4, 2015
Let Diane know at 513-0740
if you can attend on
Tuesday, December 2, 11:00 AM
Sum. I Rec. Center
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1:00 Bridge
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6:30 Events Update
7:00 Board Meeting
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10:00 Women's Bible Study
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musicians in Montrnailre, whore everyone from
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M-F: 9 to 3:30 (925) 513-2913
[mail'- [email protected]
November Events
Nov. 5: Grrye Stomp. Come stomp grapes like Lucy and Ethel with Tenuta Winery
Nov. 6: Ifiring Prcfessiowls Presentdion Learn how to protect yourself. 7 PM. RSVP
with Jeanne at 5 I 3-788 1 or jeann edean4T [email protected] com.
Nov. L2: Levi Toun See where the 49ers play! Our final tour. Do not miss out. Everyone has
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loved this tour.
Nov. L4: Hsppy Hour with mwic by tlrc Nite Notes.s PM.
Nov. 19: Gruw md Save $$$, Learn a better way to grow vegetables and save money. 3 pM
to 4 PM. Please RSVP. Refreshments will be served.
Nov. 2l: Pet Hrypy Houn Fairview Animal Hospital will be here to talk about all kinds of
ways to keep your fur friends happy and safe. They will be serving wine and will
have raffle prizes. 5 PM.
UpcominqJvents
Dec. 14: Surnmercet
Singerc Christmas Conceft- 3 PM. $5.00 pp. Dessert and coffee will be
served.
Dec. l6: Holiday Lights of Sm Frmcisco with Craiy Smitlt
Dec. 17: Surnmereet II lloliduy Pwty. Hosted Bar and catered turkey dinner. Cocktails 5 PM
Dinner 5:30 PM, Carolers 7 PM. $5.00 donation requested for 'Feed the Children"
Jan. 15: Winc, Lurch md More. Taur, tasting, and lunch at Sebastiani Vineyards. Olive
oil, vinegar and wine tasting at B.R. Cohen, with one complimentary 200 ml bottle
of B.R. Cohen olive oil. $118 pp.
Jan. l7: Cruise Legends In Corcert See flyer.
Feb. 19: Sut Frarrcisco's Grand Ladies. See Flyer
2015 T?ips
Sunshine State, Florida-Feb I 9, 2015
Las Vegas & Death Valley Discovery-March 8, 2015
Spring Training, Arizona-March 9, 2A15
South Africa, Vctoria Falls and Botswana- April 22,2015
For Spring Training
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Great Tiains & Grand Canyons-May 3,2015
Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta-Oct 9, 2015
Do you have family/friends outside of Summerset who woutd like to go on our trips? You don't have to
be a Summerset resident to travel with us. 'We welcome everyone!
Invite family and friends.
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Activities Director: Jill Proctor
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Quilt Club
10:00 SocialClub
1:00 Mexican Train
6:00 Poker-Coed
6:30 Ceramics
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Ceramics
Newsletter
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Mah Jongg
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Rummy Cube
Big Band
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Pool/Billiards
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Rascals
Grape Stomp
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See soms of San Francisco's most beautiful and historic Victorian
Buildings Your step on guide, Craig Smith, rvill meet you at Peace
situated in the largcst Japantorvn in the US. Your fitst stop will be the
elegant Queen Anne Hotel located in Pacific Heights. Here you rvill see
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f,"pntact: Jill Vance @(925) 513-7913
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Make ebeclp Paypble
Mail Clpckp",io: Summerset II
@ 193 Summerset Drive, CA 94513
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poseisionr. All trips and tours are sulrjccr to change and availability. lndividual ranq:llalions/chagcs mrst h; mrde minimum of7 dals prior to departure
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how to protect from them.
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Trips
Performances
Activities
Untouchables Concert
Handcratters
November 2 - 3:00 p.m. $10.00
Tuesdays at l0:00 a.m.
Share your craft projects
Travel Show with Collette
Quilters'Bee
November6-4:30p.m.
Wednesdays at l:00 p.m.
Create your family heirloom and visit with fellow quilters.
"The Cemetery Club" play (Vagabond Players)
November E - Doors Open 6:00 p.m. $10.00
Orchards liline Tasting
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November 15 - 5 p.m. $10.00
Movie Matinee
Summerset Singers Holiday Concert
December 1l - 7;00 p.m.
November 9 - 1:30 p.m. "The Book Thief'
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November
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Stop by the Activities Desk for more information!
Class
Cardio
Chair Fitness
David Orr Fitness
Pilates
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Holiday Sweets & Goodies Tour - December l0
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Zumba
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Cache Creek - January 20 (Date Change)
Red Hawk - April 28 (Date Change)
Thunder Valley - July 2l
Graton - November 10
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Uncomins Destination Trins
Hearst Castle, Solvang
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Chr:istmas on the Danabe: November 29-December 7, 2014
Shades of lrcland: March 15-24,2015
New Yorh Crr! April g-13,2015
Ilashington, D.C.: April 15-21, 2015
Iloliday Tuhp River Cruise: April 24- May 2,Z0lS
Amefican Cowbay Coantry: July 2l - 28,2015
Best of Eastern Canada: September 20 - 27 , ZOls
Albuqaerqae Balloon Fiesta: September 30 - October 5, 2015
Spotlight on San Antonio: December 4 - 8, 2015
Crafts and Other Workshops
Please contact us at (95) 513-2640 or
stop by the Lodge for more information.
Oil Painting Class w/Judy
Thursdays at l0:00 a.m.
Drop in and startyour masterpiece! $15.00 per class.
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HALLOWS' EVB - November L't at 5:30pm - $30
Name:
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Meal Selection:
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Phone:
Social Club
Hickory Grilled Salmon
Hickory Grilled Pork
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CHAMPAGIIE & SNOWFLAKES - December 6tr at 5:30pm - $40
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Meal Selection:
Saknon d Champagne Sauce
Beef Tenderloin wl Madeira Sauce
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TRAYEL PRESENTATION - Tuesday, November
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Phone:
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Maine's Rugged Coasr
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MUSICAL PERFORMANCE by Robert Stanton - Sunday, November
Name:
Phone:
KINKY BOOTS - Wednesday, December
Name:
Make checks payable
Meal Selection:
to:
lTth at 4pm - $140
, Phone:
Summerset ltrl
Shrimp Pasta
Mahi Mahi
Stuffed Chicken
HOLIDAY CONCERT - Friday, December
Name:
Make checks payable
L2th
at 7pm - $f
Phone:
to:
POOL TOIIRNAMEI{T
Summerset
III
- November
L7th
at lpm - Free
Name:
Phone:
50
9th
at 2pm - $fO
VEHICLE PARKING NOTICE
Is your vehicle parked in violation of Summerset at
Brentwood III Association RULES and CC&R's?
Section 3.4 of the CC&R's states: "Vehicles shall not be parked anywhere in the
Development except in areas designed and established for parking of passenger motor
vehicles or wholly within garages or driveways. All parking areas shall be used solely
for the parking of motor vehicles used for personal transportation. Garage doors shall
remain closed except when entering or leaving the garage. Garages shall be kept
sufficiently clear so as to permit parking of the number of vehicles for which the garage
was designed. No part of the common area shall be used for the repair, construction or
reconstruction of any vehicle. No resident shall park in areas designated as "guest"
or "visitor" parking. Any vehicle which is in violation of this Declaration may be
removed pursuant to the California Vehicle Code provisions." (Vehicles can be
towed and the expense of the tow and storage is the owner's responsibility.)
HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION RULES: Revised July 2014 to read as follows:
Section 7.2.2: "Each Owner's garage shall be kept sufficiently clear so as to provide
enclosed vehicle parking for the equivalent number of designated parking spaces. The
driveway shall be considered a Parking Bay and may be used for parking if required by
the owner. It is the intent that garages shall be used only for vehicles used for personal
transportation. Any additional parking requirements shall be presented to the Board
(state in the request what relief is being requested and why such relief from this rule
should be granted) for a decision on a case by case basis."
Section 7.2.3: "Special off street Guest Parking has been provided throughout
Summerset III." "Guests shall be permitted parking provided a "Guest Pass", obtained
from the main gate privacy officer, is placed inside the front windshield in a visible
manner. Guest special off-street parking shall be limited to seven (7) days. Thereafter,
guests shall park in the owner's driveway (A Guest Pass shall still be required."
Section 7.2.4: "Residents shall use the off-street parking area across the street from
the Recreation Building only when attending activities at the Recreation Building.
Section 7.2.5: "No inoperable vehicle, boat, trailer, commercial vehicle, recreation
vehicle shall be parked or stored in or upon streets, driveways or common areas."
For a complete print out of the VEHICLE PARKING AND
STORAGE Rules please refer to section 7.2 through
7.2.13 of the Homeowner Association Rules that are
available on our website at www.summersetvista.org