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P IST NE
November 2014
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A Newsletter for the Homeowners of Pristine Place
BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ REPORT
P IST NE PLACE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT
Ted Westervelt
914-447-4691
[email protected]
VICE PRESIDENT
Bill Dyer
650-9988
TREASURER
Carol Prible
688-1891
SECRETARY
Denis Riley
835-3656
DIRECTOR
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
ASSOCIAGULF COAST
3550 Buschwood Park Drive
Suite 150
Tampa, Florida 33618
Phone (813) 963-6400
Toll Free (877) 322-1560
Fax (813) 964-8582
Community Manager
Jamie Bryan
Ted Westervelt, President, Pristine Place Board of Directors
Tree Trimming:
Above the Cut began trimming the
trees on St. Ives Blvd. I ask all residents
to use caution until this project is
completed.
Mansfield Road Work:
The Board would like to thank the
residents for their patience while the
sealing of the road was done. The
concrete company that had the
hydraulic spill cover this cost.
Resident House Numbers:
The Board is asking our entire residents
to check that their house numbers are
clearly visible from the road as this is
an important issue when an emergency
vehicle responding to your home so
precious time is not wasted, if
interested Crime Watch can come and
paint your number in front of your
home at a cost of $15.00. They do an
excellent job and will paint white
numbers with the blue outline; this
helps see your home numbers in the
dark. In addition you need to clean the
road gutter in front of your home before
painting.
email:[email protected]
Note: Please report
all damages, deed restriction
violations, etc. to
Property Management
Newsletter available online
www.pristineplace.us
Volunteers:
The Board knows that everyone is very
busy, but we are asking if anyone can
offer any time to help our community it
would be greatly appreciated. The
things we can do ourselves help save on
cost of hiring outside vendors and keep
our dues down.
Clubhouse:
On Wednesday evenings from 6:00 PM
to 8:00 PM, I will be available at the
clubhouse for any residents that may
have questions, ideas and or concerns.
The board is here for the residents of
Pristine Place.
Christmas Party:
The Annual Adult Christmas Party will
be held on December 12th from 7:00
PM to 11:00 PM at the clubhouse for all
residents of Pristine Place. We will
have a DJ. The Board asks that you
bring a covered dish for all to enjoy.
Come and take time to meet, make
friends and have a good time for all.
This party is BYOR (bring your own
refreshments).
On behalf of the entire Board of
Directors we would like to wish
everyone a safe and happy
Thanksgiving.
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AT A GLANCE...
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P IST NE PLACE
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COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSONS
BOD Report
Front Page
Clubhouse
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Santa is Coming To Town
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Holiday Party
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Calendar
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Birthdays & Anniversaries
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CERT
ADOPT A ROAD
OPEN
OPEN
ARCHITECTURAL CONTROL
Carl Pletcher
293-3234
BAR CODES, CLUBHOUSE CARDS & FOBS
Doris Perez
683-9853
Hours to be purchased at the clubhouse Monday
from10AM to 2PM,Wednesday from 5PM to 8PM
and Saturday from 10AM to 2PM.
CERT
Denis Riley
835-3656
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CLUBHOUSE
Teen Services
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By The Way
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2015 Directory
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Tony Rizzo
Reservations : Ted Westervelt
200-8734
914-447-4691
[email protected]
CRIMEWATCH
Steve Katz
Pete Maggiore
428-7387
688-6569
DECORATING
686-0752
GATES
556-5413
Bonnie Maier
In Memory
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Annual Garage Sale
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ACC
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LIBRARY
Linda Knechtges
686-8534
Green Thumb
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NEWSLETTER
[email protected]
For Sale
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ADVERTISING
[email protected]
Crime Watch
How to carve a turkey
Ted Westervelt
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SOCIAL EVENTS
Bonnie Maier
686-0752
WELCOME
650-9988
Bill Dyer
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CLUBHOUSE COMMITTEE
The market is heating up! Are you thinking
Tony Rizzo
about selling your home? Give me a call for
Projects completed at the
clubhouse
1.Window shades installed in
banquet room and office.
2.Baby changing tables
installed in both bathrooms in
gym.
3.White fence between clubhouse and gym was
painted
a FREE/NO OBLIGATION Market Analysis
of your home!
Are you looking for a realtor who will give
you personalized customer service?
My priority is getting your home sold and
keeping in contact with you through
the transaction.
New Treadmill was delivered. The console lights stay
on all the time. NO need to unplug this treadmill.
If anyone finds a problem with this treadmill, please
notify me.
GYM
Linda Knechtges, donated a Pilates machine for the
gym---Thank You
Tracie Trotter
Remax Marketing Specialists
3377 Mariner Blvd. Spring Hill
352-610-1435
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As always, the clubhouse committee encourages
community members to submit suggestions to
improve our clubhouse.
Please contact Tony Rizzo @ 352-200-8734 e-mail @
[email protected]
Clubhouse Rentals & Chair Rentals, Contact Ted
Westervelt @ 352-556-5413
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NOVEMBER
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Please help pet overpopulation
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Spay/Neuter your pet.
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Craft Club 10:30 am
Craft Club 10:30 am
Craft Club 10:30 am
BOD Meeting 7 pm
Craft Club 10:30 am
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES
COMMITTEE MEETINGS
The Board of Directors usually meet on the THIRD
Thursday of each month at 7 pm at the clubhouse. The
agenda for the Board of Directors meeting will be
posted 48 hours in advance.
Social Events: Contact Bonnie Maier at 686-0752
Mexican Train: If you want to join the fun
playing Mexican Train, every Tuesday at 9:30
am, contact Rosalie Montemagno at 200-6481
The Architectural Review Committee meets the
SECOND Wednesday of each month at 7 pm at the
clubhouse.
Aqua Aerobics: Every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10:30 am
contact Rosalie Montemagno at 200-6481
CrimeWatch meets on the LAST Thursday of the
month at 7 pm at the clubhouse. Contact Steve Katz at
428-7387.
Clubhouse Committee meets on the SECOND
Monday of each month at 11 am. Contact Ted
Westervelt at 556-5413
Low Impact Exercise: Every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 10 am contact
Gaile Dyer at 683-2678
CERT meets on the FIRST Monday of the month at
7 pm at the clubhouse. Contact Denis Riley at
835-3656.
Craft Club: Every Thursday
at 10:30 am - 12:30 pm contact Barbara Jordan
at 232-6580
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Comments, Questions & Ads
Email to [email protected]
or call 352-688-5203
Greek Dance Lessons: FREE to Pristine Place
Residents. Contact Emily Thomas 352-650-0307
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Birthdays
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Ethan Cain
Greg Hodges
Jennifer Carlson
Roger Anderson
Carole Kearley
Frans Talboom
James Allen
Mallory Walesheck (Harris)
Emmie Hemmerlein
Jim Augugliaro
Jolly Brandon
Armand Silva
Bill Foster
Derek Lastra
Karen Baxter
Nola Langley
Pat Wolf
Abbey Murcko
Loretta Gehard
Luke Murcko
Nick Stanko
Pamela Rodriguez
Frank Gehard
Fred Plunk
Lorraine Rice
Shashank Aremanda (Kolli)
Denis Riley
Grace Colleran
Mary Kathryn Savoie
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Alexandra Brickman
Bryce Sessa
Emily Bladgett
Gary Ram
Joseph Cheverino
Cameron Thomas
Ilaina Miller
Mike Ingallinera
Rosemarie Teolis
Nicholas Renshaw
Xavier Marulanda
Ann Boyko
Janice Kohr
Derek Engle
Emily Mackert
Lori King
Ron Baldwin
Rose Colleran
Anthony Kanaris
Jim McCann
Osualdo Alers
Ryan Stellato
Tina Pfent
Stefanie Anderson
Alexander Ciccone
Christy Murcko
Dante Salvati
Elaine Zhang
Jordan White
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Maria Sanvenero
Michael Peranio
Mitchel Chin
Ronald Hansen
Tom Sierak
Amy Vermeulen
Artie Hallberg
Carol Cummings
Riley Blevens
Chris Christos
Rosalie Montemagno
James Williams
Ken Eurell
Ken Warta
Reilly McCarthy
Steven Kollias
Sue Urso
Anthony Pagano
Beverly Becker
William Nolan
Bobbi Feingold
Mandy Aldrich
Michael Llovet
Tina Martin
Carolyn Riley
Chuck Falcone
Jason Franceschin
Ed Buckle
Jacob Hollenbeck (Baja)
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Kristin Eurell
Rovita Spalding
Yun Qiu
Igor Panochko
Melinda Twyman
Patricia Keohane
David Moreno
Jacqueline Kanaris
Jason Aldrich
Paul Churchin
Rochelle Brickman
Becky Kellner
Bob Villari
Faith Baldwin
Joshua Sapp
Michelle Cole
Patricia Arendt
Maria Amaral
Owen Kruszynski
Zoelle Vilardi
Angelica Rodriguez
Anthony Carlino
Carl Pletcher
Jeff Crowell
Patrick Stanton
Richard Philipp
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Anniversaries
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Oscar & Dolly Braggiotti
Bill & Patti Smith
Dan & Connie Lowe
Fred & Darla Yuss
Jim & Sue Graham
Luis & Ana Celis Cortes
Minh & Crystal Nguyen
Jim & Debbie O'Rourke
John & Maria Amaral
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Terry & Barbara Ogden
Hyun-Wook & Moon
In-Ae & Chun
Chris & Joan Watkins
Dung & Quach
Tam & Nguyen
David & Nubia Ferro
John & Catherine Connor
Robert & Kathleen Reed
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Gordon & Darinka Lienau, Sr
Gustavo & Pamela Rodriguez
Matthew & Kimmarie Lopez
Vincent & Rosemarie Teolis
Joseph & Bertha Tambone
Doug & Camille Nelson
James & Mary Ann Allen
Nathaniel & Aundra Mattox
Terry & Jenna Undestad
Please forgive us if there are any errors in names or dates, it is not intentional.
Please contact Bill Dyer to correct this error for future issues.
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COMMUNITY
EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
TEAM
TEEN
COMMUNITY
SERVICES
Kim Whitaker
Denis Riley, Team Leader
Preventing the Flu: Good Health Habits Can
Help Stop Germs:
The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get
vaccinated(http://www.cdc.gov/flu/protect/keyfacts.ht
m) each year, but good health habits like covering your
cough and washing your hands often can help stop the
spread of germs and prevent respiratory illnesses like
the flu.
Name
AgeService
Arianna Meucci
352-600-7446
18 Babysitting, Dog Sitting
& Dog Walking
Kimberly D’Ambrosia 17 Babysitting
352-684-5257
Hannah Majka
352-688-2898
17 Watering/Caring for plants
Molly Campbell
352-232-0927
16 Dog Walking and
Watering/Caring for plants
Danielle Daly
352-684-6243
16 Babysitting *CPR Certified*
Dog Walking
Sarah Majka
352-688-2898
16 Dog Walking and
Watering/Caring for plants
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing
or sneezing. It may prevent those around you from
getting sick.
Sydney Jolly
352-688-2853
15 Babysitting *Certified in
CPR, First Aid & AED*
4. Clean your hands.
Paige Pfent
352-556-3076
14 Babysitting (Certified in
CPR, First-Aid & AED)
and Dog Walking
Brittany Wey
352-600-8510
14 Babysitting, Dog Walking,
Dog Washing (has her own tub),
Caring for plants & weeding
1.Avoid close contact.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick. When you
are sick, keep your distance from others to protect them
from getting sick too.
2. Stay home when you are sick.
If possible, stay home from work, school, and errands
when you are sick. You will help prevent others from
catching your illness.
3. Cover your mouth and nose.
Washing your hands often will help protect you from
germs. If soap and water are not available, use an
alcohol-based hand rub.
5.Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth.
Germs are often spread when a person touches
something that is contaminated with germs and then
touches his or her eyes, nose, or mouth.
6. Practice other good health habits.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home,
work or school, especially when someone is ill. Get
plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress,
drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food.
Any Pristine Place teen interested in providing services which
include babysitting, dog walking, weed pulling, lawn care,
etc. please contact Kim Whitaker at 352-688-2898 to have
your name and number listed in the bulletin.
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2015 Directory
DATABASE BIRTHDAY, ANNIVERSARY or FAMILY UPDATES
You may have had additions to your family that have not been entered into our
database, or have family that are no longer living with you that should be removed
off our database information. (Note: Birthday & anniversary
listings in the newsletter comes from the database)
If you or any member of household need birthday or
anniversary information added please advise.
Updating Information
Call Carol Ruland at 352-684-2628.
Thank you for helping keep our records up to date.
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in Loving Memory of
Bette McCollister
Our thoughts and prayers go to her
sister Midge and her daughter Sally.
It was a great joy and pleasure to have
known and worked with Bette on the
Pristine Place Newsetter. She will be
missed.
“When someone you love becomes a
memory, the memory becomes a
treasure”. Author Unknown
Roy and Kelly Love
Spring Hill Printing Plus, Inc.
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replacement. Remember to check for county requirements to
replace trees.
5. Flag pole request advise us of the location, height and
lighting you intend to use.
6. Changes to driveways or walks need drawings or diagrams.
ARCHITECTURAL
CONTROL
COMMITTEE
Carl Pletcher
Application Process
Applications for improvements to the exterior of a home or
its grounds must be submitted to the ACC for review and
approval, as provided for in the community documents or
covenants.
7. Pool, lanai, screenings and spa need drawings and color
charts.
8. Gutters need color and style, including downspout
locations.
9. Attic fans need drawing of the location.
ACC applications are available in the lobby of the Pristine
Place Clubhouse. Applications must be completed in full
and accompanied by samples of materials to be use, i.e.,
color chips and/or drawing(s) of the project.
10. Garage door or garage door screens need color and photo
of door/or screening choice.
11. Irrigation wells need drawing of location in relation to
your yard/house.
12. Curbing need color and style along with drawings.
Applications may be submitted anytime up to the start of the
regularly scheduled monthly meeting, by placing them in
the mailbox labeled ACC in the lobby of the Pristine Place
Clubhouse or handed to any ACC member. Remember the
ACC meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00
p.m. Any application received after the start of the meeting
will be reviewed at the next monthly meeting.
13. Satellite dish must be mounted on rear or side of house.
14. Skylights or solar panels including pool heater need
location, drawings, color.
15. Water softener needs location where it will be installed.
16. POD's need approval.
Please remember to return the building permit once the job is
completed to the club houseACC box.
If approved, the ACC will issue a Pristine Place Building
Permit. This permit is to be posted where it is clearly visible
from the street. If a Hernando County Permit is required,
posting of the ACC Permit can be near to it. The ACC
Permit must be completed and returned to the ACC within
three (3) days following the completion of the approved
work. This is done by placing the ACC Permit in the ACC
mailbox in the club house or returning it to any member of
the ACC. All completed approved work is subject to
inspection by a member of theACC.
Thank you for your continued adherence to our rules and
regulations.
Work must start within 60 days following the issuance of an
ACC Permit. Work should be completed within 90 days of
the issuance of a Permit. New home and major additions are
not subject to the completion requirement. If work is not
started or completed during these periods, a one time
extension of 45 days may be requested in writing. If work is
not completed during these periods an extension is not
granted, the Permit is void and a new application must be
submitted.
Examples Requiring ACC Approval and Necessary Paper
Work Required:
Please remember we need the following information
submitted with your change request form:
1. Any exterior painting must follow the "Procedure for
Selecting and Approval of Home Paint Colors." Get the
paint book from the "chair" or the "recorder". Also, paint
colors are on the Pristine Place web site.
2. Pavers or painting of driveway needs samples/or color
charts of the pavers and or color charts of the paint color
attached to the request.
3. Fencing or landscaping needs drawings or diagrams
attached to the request.
4. Tree removal, advise us of what you intend to use as a
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Scale on ornamental plants: Now that temperatures are
lower, use dormant oil sprays to control scale insects on
trees and shrubs.
THE GREEN THUMB
Ken Thomas
Hernando County
Master Gardner
Gardening in Florida can be challenging. With mostly
sandy soil, numerous insects and other pests, and four
different plant hardiness growing zones, the state has
unique features. A plant hardiness growing zone is a
region in which specific plant life is capable of growing
or has the ability to withstand the minimum
temperature of the zone. The four zones in Florida range
from zone 8 in the northwestern Panhandle region to
zone 11 in the Florida Keys. Our plant hardiness
growing zone in most of Hernando County is zone 9A.
As many of us head for the nearest garden center with
the intention of purchasing plants and trees to refresh
and bring harmony to our landscapes, make sure the
plant or tree is able to survive and thrive in zone 9A.
Even though temperatures are still warm, begin
planting for the cooler months ahead. Here are some
plants that should do well in our area during the colder
months: alyssum, carnation, dianthus, foxglove,
geranium, nasturtium, petunia, snapdragon, sweetpea,
verbena, red powder puff, golden dewdrop, thryallis,
firebush and yellow shrimp plant. Many vegetables that
will produce through the winter can be planted now like
beets, carrots, and onions.
Bedding Plants: Create a display of fall colors with
cool season plants. Some to try are pansy, viola, and
chrysanthemum.
Bulbs: Bulbs to plant this month include amaryllis,
crinum, and daylily. Plant Lycoris (spider lily) in partial
shade. Plants will produce foliage in winter and
beautiful flowers emerge in late summer.
Herbs: Continue planting herbs from seeds or plants. A
wide variety of herbs like cooler, dryer weather,
including cilantro, dill, fennel, parsley, sage, and thyme.
Irrigation: As the days grow shorter and cooler, increase
the number of days between irrigation for your lawn and
landscape. Use your system on an as needed basis not just
because it is your day to water. Water deeply, but
infrequently, applying 3/4 of an inch of water to the top 8"
to 12" of the soil root zone. Plants need less supplemental
watering in cooler weather. Lawns can go a couple of
weeks or longer between watering. In the event of a frost,
expect your lawn to turn from the color green to brown and
stay that way until March. Do not make the mistake of
applying fertilizer thinking that brown will change to green.
You will be wasting time and money.
Fertilizing: Hold off fertilizing your lawns and trees until
March. Fertilize any vegetable plants and annuals every 4
to 6 weeks throughout the growing season using 2 pounds
of 6-6-6 or 8-8-8 with micro-nutrients for every 100 square
feet of growing area. Watch for aphids on your plants and
treat any infestation with insecticidal soap. Remember to
follow the label directions.
November's Landscaping Tips
Use your irrigation system on an "as needed" basis.
Your plant hardiness growing zone is 9A.
Fertilize roses for the last time this year.
Free Landscaping Courses
11/04/2014 - Florida Friendly Plants
11/12/2014 - New to Gardening in Florida
11/26/2014 - Preparing Landscapes for Winter
Call the University of Florida's Hernando County
Extension Office at 352 754-4433 for times and locations
of these free courses.
Happy Gardening!
Vegetables: Continue planting cool season crops such
as beet, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, kale, and lettuce.
Citrus: Some of us are growing citrus trees. Remember
that fruit is ready to pick when it tastes sweet and can be
stored on the tree long after it is ripe. If you are planning
on purchasing a citrus tree, plant the tree in full sun
away from large shade trees that might compete for
water and nutrients. Also, planting the citrus tree on the
north side of your house can prevent the tree from
flowering too early in the spring and escape a late frost.
If freezing temperatures are predicted, protect small
citrus trees by watering well at least a day before the
freeze.
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FOR SALE
CRIMEWATCH
All For Sale items run for 2 issues. If any item remains unsold after that period,
Steve Katz, Director
email [email protected] before the 10th of the month. Please
email if your item sells before the second month listing comes out in order to
make room for other ads. There is no charge to Pristine Place residents for ads.
When sending email specify For Sale Item in the subject line.
Frigidaire Gallery Stainless Finish Refrigerator 26 cu.ft frost proof side by side refrigerator & freezer.
Runs like new, no scratches, dents. Comes with new
filter in box.
Asking $699
Call or Text 352-232-2542 or Email for pictures:
[email protected]
On behalf of all the wonderful volunteers on the Crime
Watch Team, we wish the entire community a Very
Happy and Healthy Thanksgiving.
Brand New 3 Tier Fountain Pump w/3 super bright
LED lights. Installation available.
Asking $89
Call/Text 352-232-2542 or Email for pictures:
[email protected]
We continue to take reservations for painting your
house number on the curb in front of your home. The
cost for this is a mere $15.00, the benefit of having this
number on your curb for any emergency response
vehicle responding to your home could prove to be
priceless. Please feel free to call me @ 352-428-7387
to make your reservation.
Complete MOEN Faucet w/ Stainless Steel Dual
sink - $195 - 33L x 22W x 6, Faucet is all in one
Stream/Spray button on head with 24" extending head.
Asking $195
Call/Text 352-232-2542 or Email for pictures:
[email protected]
We also continue to welcome new members to our
team. If you would like to give me a call and discuss
any questions or would like more information about
crime watch, please feel free to give me a call and I will
be delighted to try to answer any of your questions. Our
meeting take place on the last Thursday of the month
and if you would like to attend a meeting, please just
give me a call and you will be welcomed to attend.
Do You Love Animals?
Do You have a Few Hours
To Spare A Week?
Then
come
volunteer, it’s
Last month we participated in the National Safe
communities night program on October 21, our
participation included a coffee and desert social
gathering. The Sheriff and his staff where most
welcome to this event. We were also delighted to attend
the volunteer breakfast, sponsored by the Sheriff,
which was held at the Boy Scout camp facility.
Be safe out there,
so
rewarding when you see tails
wagging!
So
can do to
many
things
I would like to announce with a heavy heart, the
passing of Bette McCollister. Bette was a very long
time resident of Pristine Place. Going back to the
1990s, Betty was one of the original members of Crime
Watch. She will be missed by all of us. Our deepest
sympathies go out to her sister Midge and her Daughter
Sally.
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Steve Katz
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How To Carve a Turkey
Whether you ’ve roasted a Thanksgiving turkey or deep-fried one in the backyard, follow these steps to easily
retrieve the moist and tender meat and learn how to car ve a turkey.
Use a sharp car ving knife for best results when car ving a whole turkey. While slicing, keep the turkey from
moving by holding it in place with a meat fork. Car ve on a stable cutting sur face, such as a plastic cutting
board or platter. Cutting a turkey is easier if it is allowed to stand for about 15 minutes after roasting.
To car ve a turkey, place the turkey breast up with its legs to the right if you're right-handed or to the left if lefthanded. Remove the ties or skewers.
1.
While gentle pulling leg and thigh away from body, cut the turkey through the joint
between leg and body. Separate the drumstick and thigh by cutting down through the
connecting joint. Ser ve the drumstick and thighs whole, or car ve them.
2.
Make a deep horizontal cut into the breast just above the wing. Insert a fork in the
top of the breast.
3.
Starting halfway up the breast, car ve the turkey by making thin slices down to the
horizontal cut, working from outer edge of bird to the center.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 on the other side of the turkey.
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