Fun in the Sun – Volume 4


By popular demand we have booked Danny Vernon for another show. Danny has won many awards over the last 10 years, including being endorsed as one of the top 10 Elvis impersonators in the world by Elvis Presley Enterprises. His favorite achievement was being voted “Best Young Elvis” by Elvis’ own friends and stage entourage in Palm Springs. With a voice, look and passion of the twentieth century icon, Danny Vernon strives to re-capture Elvis Presley’s appeal to an ever-growing audience. Show time is Sunday, Feb 7th at 7pm in Hays Hall. $10.00


Rebecca Clark has been performing her “Hello Gorgeous”, a musical tribute to Barbra Streisand to rave reviews and standing room only audiences for over a decade. Ms. Clark has starred and toured with the Bob Hope USO shows. She has performed at the Aladdin and the Bellagio hotels in Las Vegas and other top venues across the world including Puerto Rico and in Europe. Clark performed an off Broadway production with Oscar recipient Geraldine Fitzgerald. If you are a Barbra Streisand fan, you won’t want to miss this performance. Show time is Sunday, Feb. 14th at 7pm in Hays Hall.$10.00


The Red Hot Rhythm Rustlers are pleased to present “A Tribute to the Andrew’s Sisters”. These songs pay homage to the fabulous music of the 40’s and 50’s. This talented trio of ladies are a dead ringer in harmonizing and dressing to the style of the famous Andrew Sisters, Patty, LaVerne and Maxine. Show time is Sunday, Feb. 21st at 7pm in Hays Hall. $10.00 All tickets can be purchased at the Welcome Center.


Happy Valentine’s Day---What a way to give a gift of love. The blood mobile will be here on Friday, Feb 12th from 8am to 1pm. It will be stationed on Sunrise above the horseshoe pits. Appointments can be made at the Welcome Center. Walkups are accepted but the wait may be longer. This is a great opportunity to give for those in need and the donations are greatly appreciated. Cindy Galey


Single Dutch, Double Dutch and all very much Dutch are invited to our 2nd annual Klompendag. Please bring your Dutch treats such as OlieBollen, Appleflappen, kroketten and bitterballen, haring and paling, zoethout, zoute drop and pepernoten, etc, etc. and your favorite drink. Dress in your best red, white and blue with a touch of orange, put on your wooden shoes and join us at the Lower Horseshoe pit. On Wed, Feb. 17th at 4pm. Het gaat vast weer heel GEZELLIG worden!!! Inge en Niels 298A


Line dancing is in full swing again with great participation and lots of fun. “Beginners” classes are held from 1-3pm every Sat. in Hays Hall. “Dancing for Fun” is held on Wed. also from 1-3pm, same place. The dances will include some beginner’s dances, some new dances as well as some old dances. Monday nights at 7:00 in Sunrise Hall is the “Advanced” line dancing. Dancers will be kicking up their heels at TNT and Casino Night. We welcome anyone to join us in our classes or come and watch. Cherryl Murphy


Hello again to all our ping pong friends. What a great season and a super turnout we have! Yes we know four tables are not enough but we are working on it.. . But we have a great time playing and of course socializing . And our famous potlucks are already worth your memberships, which by the way is still FREE!! So YES join your FOY Ping Pong Club. We play every Tuesday and Thursday from 12.30 till 3.00 PM at Sunrise Hall. All levels welcome. Please note that our club singles championships are held on the 26th and 28th of Jan and the doubles to follow on the 2nd and 4th of Feb. Mark your calendars and show your skills! Niels Jensen


Last month we went through 538 all beef hotdogs. Join us at the flea market on Feb 12th for a $2.50 hotdog for breakfast, brunch or lunch from 8am-12noon. Hope to see you there. Bernie and Karen Jewell


Thanks for remembering our Cans for Kids recycling program. The white barrels are located near the Craft Room. All proceeds from the cans go to the Shriners Children’s Hospital Fund. Norbert Steinhausen


HOLA AMIGOS! Hard to believe it is already the month of FEBRERO, the month of EL AMOR! Hope you have something MUY ROMANTICO planned for your sweetie to CELEBRAR EL Saint VALENTINO day. LOS HOMBRES should plan something MUY ESPECIAL or your wives might start wondering why the FAJITAS did they marry you! LOS CHOCOLATES and LAS ROSAS always work beautifully, but why not go the extra MILLA and make a dinner RESERVACION for 2 at FREDERICO's? Sadly, MUCHOS of us will be going back to our CASA (MI CASA ES SU CASA, by the way!) next month in MARZO. However, until we leave, let's have MUCHO fun and learn some SPANGLISH every EL Tuesday from 9:30am to 1O:30am at EL Meeting Room. FELIZ Valentine's Day, Everybody! Laura Sorg


Inter-Faith group Bible study meet on Tuesday mornings at 8:30 in Sunrise Hall, led by Pastor Ray Leonard. All are invited. Men's Bible study meets at 8:30am every Thursday in Sunrise Hall. Men of all faiths are welcome to attend. Ladies Bible study meets in Sunrise Hall at 1 0:00am each Thursday and is led by Betty Bergfalk. Beginning on January 14th, we will be studying the Book of Esther in the Old Testament. All ladies are welcome to attend. Betty Bergfalk 909-241-6652


Welcome to the 9 Palms Golf and Country Club. We play out on the desert course each Friday morning starting at 9:45. Mark your calendars for the following events: Night Golf-Feb 8 at 5:30 Cost $4 Men's and Ladies Tournament-Jan 29 Best Ball Tournament-Feb 5 Monkey Golf Tournament-Feb 12 Award Banquet and election of executive-Feb 18 Register for all events at Friday golf or with one of the executive members! Garry Hartmier site 422 and Cathy Ashbee site 280A


The center is located on Mineral beside the horseshoe/picnic park and is open 24/7 with marked containers out front for your sorting use. Thanks to everyone for using this center and helping to keep these items out of our landfill. The monies are given to local charities and mainly for school scholarships at Calipatria High School for those students wishing to go on to a higher education. Diane Morton 1-760-354-1098


Our group is in full swing now. We're open at 10:30 for set up and weigh in for those choosing to and our meeting starts at 11:00. We're located in the meeting room beside the craft room and Bocce courts. This is a support group for good health ideas we want to share so, bring any of your thoughts on this subject with you please. All are welcome, even if you're in our park for a short time. I look forward to meeting you, so, let's help one another with discussion and education. Call me anytime!! Diane Morton 760-354-1098


We will be in full swing for the Annual Horseshoe Tournament which will be held, February 1st and 3rd• Spectators are always welcome! We are expecting a visit from Gene Hopkins who is 97 years old, coming from Utah, and will be participating in the tournament. The awards Banquet will be held on Friday, February 26th, member signups are required by February20th. We will be hosting the Horseshoe Club from Yuma, Arizona this year on Wednesday, February 24th. Jerry Galey has arranged this for the club for several years and it is always exciting to see the competition. We could use some new Horseshoe members, just stop by the pits and tryout a pair of Horseshoes hanging on the front board - there is usually someone around that would be happy to show you the finer points. Dortha Loomis


Pickleball is a court sport best described as half way between tennis and ping-pong. The sport is played by people all across North America. Many seniors have taken up the sport in their retirement years but it is also played by thousands of schoolchildren and top athletes in their 20'sand 30's. It is an easy sport to learn and most everyone can play the game just after a short time of hitting the ball back and forth across the net. Come out to the tennis courts at 10:30 each day to learn and enjoy the game of Pickleball. Equipment is available for you to use for free and group lessons can also be provided at scheduled times. Fraser Denton


Things are going quite well in the jam band. We are getting some of the old members back plus a few new ones coming in who are taking part while they are here and enjoying it and having a good time. We had 13 at our last jam as well as a good number of folks just out to listen—thanks to all for their support. Pete Hathaway


Come up to the class on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:15- 10:45am in Hays Hall. Bring a mat and light weights. All levels are welcome. We do a combination of stretching, weight lifting and a little cardio. Charolotte Shave


Sunday service begins at 10am in Hays Hall with Pastor Ray Leonard preaching. All are welcome to attend. You are sure to be blessed with music by the outstanding choir led by Marilyn Cloyd, as well as an orchestra of musicians. Open communion is presented on the first Sunday of each month. Betty Bergfalk


If you have a talent, be it musical, comedy, dance or other, you are invited to take part in these shows. Simply contact Duncan MacLennan by phone 1-902-825-9045 or e-mail at These shows start in Hays Hall with a warm-up band at 6:30 and the show begins at 7pm. All participants are asked to report to Hays Hall by 4pm for sound checks and setting up of the chairs. There are over 40 regular acts which are organized into 3 groups, each group performing tri-weekly. All newcomers will be worked into the programs as early as possible. Duncan MacLennan


Lutheran Fellowship services continue at Sunrise Hall 9.00am every Sunday. Pastor Juanita Bergacker and Pastor Mo Garcia are our Pastors this season. Our services are Lutheran based and are open to all. On the first and third Sunday of the month we hold an open communion service. A coffee and cookie fellowship always follow our services. A big thankyou to the many volunteers who make these services happen. The Ash Wednesday service will be held Wednesday February 10th at 9.00am. Our Lutheran potluck will be held on February 28th at noon. Roger Craig


A salute to the music of the Blues Brothers playing to sold out houses all over the country, this production salutes Chicago’s own blues-loving rabble-rousers: The Blues Brothers! You’ll be dancing in the aisles to such favorites as Soul Man, Sweet Home Chicago, Rubber Biscuit, Everybody Needs Somebody to Love and many more! Blues and Soul Explosion is the musical event of the year. Show time is Sunday, Feb. 28th at 7pm in Hays Hall. $20.00


Mark on your calendars Friday, Feb. 19th in Hays Hall. Doors open at 4:30 with the welcome ceremony at 5 and dinner at 5:30pm. Tickets go on sale on Monday, Feb. 1st from 1-2pm in the meeting room as well as Feb. 12th at the flea market at our table outside Hays Hall. Tickets are $2.00 per person. We use most of the proceeds to provide fantastic door prizes. All Canadians are welcome to join us for our giant potluck dinner, flag ceremony and entertainment. To book a table, pick up a sign-up sheet and info. at the Welcome Center. You can book a full table of 14 or, if you don’t have a full table, we will find a place for you. If you’d like to carry one of our flags for the opening ceremony, please see Ann Marie at 500 Mountain. We include all the provincial, territorial and national flags of Canada plus the U.S. flag. Your committee is working hard to make this a great FOY Canada Day and we look forward to seeing everyone there. Jeri Covay 760-354-8577


The next trip to Viejas will take place on Wed. Feb. 17th with an 8am departure time. We have two buses booked, so sign up at the Welcome Center for $10.00 per person which includes one half off the excellent buffet.


We teach Mahjong every Fri. from 12:30-3pm at Sunrise Hall except the first Fri. of the month. We meet in the meeting room from 6-9pm every Wednesday and from 6-9pm every Sunday in the card room. The game is most enjoyable to play. Come on out and join our fun. Karen Jewell


We have BINGO on Monday nights here at Hays Hall. Monday night, it’s the place to be!!! Doors open at 5:30 and bingo starts promptly at 6:30. It’s best to get there by 6pm to buy your cards, get seated and ready to play for the night. Play is usually finished around 9pm with a short break halfway through just before the Special Progressive Blue which starts at $200.00 if you yell BINGO by a certain number of calls. Ten pack pots lately have been from $16.00 to $26.00 depending on the number of players. The more players, the bigger the payout so, come on out and play!!! Cost is $9.50 and up depending on how many special games and what size ten pack you decide to play. Bring ones, fives and quarters to make life much easier to divide the pots. Lots of different game designs are done as well as regular straight across or diagonal Bingo like Fly Swatter, Airplane, Branding Iron, Bow Tie, Crazy T and Wild Cat, to name a few. It’s lots of fun and newcomers are always welcome with smiles and guidance on how to play. Just remember to yell BINGO loud on the last number called, then feel the thrill of why we all come and play Monday nights. Sherry Moyers


Join us each Monday and Thursday morning in the card room from 8:30- 11:30 for help with computer problems, from how to get on the internet to finding pictures or even help with the software your kids loaded for you. Bring your laptop to the card room and we’ll try to help. Ask about the $50.00 value clean up special! Got a new computer, bring it in and we’ll help you set it up, including setting privacy controls for


Come one, come all and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Fountain of Youth's founding. The Drama Club will be presenting a fun-filled and informative show relating a condensed history of the park through song, dance and short skits. We are fortunate to have several people who were here when the park started and they will be sharing some of their memories of the early days. The show will be on Friday, February 12 in Hays Hall. The show starts at 7:00 in the evening. Donations will gladly be accepted at the door. Marian Walker


We have gathered Information on our 911 service from Ryan Kelly, District 4 supervisor and from our attendance at Bombay Beach and Niland District meetings. Captain Louie Knight is the only paid volunteer first responder working for the Niland Fire District Board and responds from the Bombay Station. Ryan Kelly advised us that the service level will remain the same as it is today when the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) takes over. The County is studying how services can be enhanced in the District. All staff assigned to the Niland Fire Dept. are fully qualified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) and some are advanced EMT's. There is also a paramedic assigned to each shift. Captain Louie Knight is a first responder. Niland Fire Dept is a 24/7 department. Both Niland and Bombay Fire Departments are dispatched to FOY after receiving a 911 call. When an ambulance is called to FOY it is either dispatched from Calipatria or Brawley depending on availability. This information was prepared by Golden State Manufactured-Home Owners League (GSMOL) FOY Chapter 1156. GSMOL enhances the quality of life for all guests of FOY through advocacy, information and service. For further information on GSMOL contact: or


Our annual meeting and potluck dinner was held at Hay's Hall January 8th. We had a great turnout and the food was wonderful with the board of directors keeping their same positions. Our sign- up sheets are on the bulletin board for the February 9th ladies and men's singles tournament/barbecue. Tickets will be $5.00 for our award dinner on February 25th which are now available. See Jerry or Ann Marie at the bocce court. The hand- made rocking horse raffle will be drawn at the award dinner. Ramona Dixon


Our regular meeting is February 10th, 3.30 p.m. Hay's Hall. Our guest speaker will be Daniel Hamburger from Border Patrol. We have two trips planned February 18th, Lawrence Welk Theatre (FIDDLER ON THE ROOF) buffet included $1OO.OO p.p. February 28th, HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME, five hours of sight- seeing, shopping ,exploring, on your own in the heart of Hollywood. $50.00p.p. Tickets are available at site # 141 Jerry or # 482 Ramona. Ramona Dixon


Thank you to all who came out and voted for your favorite paintings in the FOY Art show. If you would like to see the results of the show, they will be posted on the various bulletin boards in the park. The results can also be seen on Facebook, posted by Susie Neilson. The art show is over but we are continuing to paint and share information about art in Sunrise Hall (Mon. and Wed. 8-12 noon. Come out and join us. Shirley Leonardi


open at 12 noon, giving you lots of time to look through our vast assortment of dresses etc. As usual, we are looking for models and if you are interested, come to the Welcome Center and sign up. Kay and Crew


Drop by Hays Hall between 3-4pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday for laughter, friendship, some confusion and, oh yes, the opportunity to clog with enthusiasm. Look for us on stage during Casino Night. Marge Wood


The gang is back, well most of us anyhow. We are down at the field flying our RC Airplanes, Gliders and Drones. The airfield by the way is on your way to the golf course. Just turn left at the Disk Golf and Model Airplanes sign. We usually show up at the field around 8:00 to 9:00 providing the winds are kind to us. And that means the less wind the better!! As mentioned in the December Newsletter, we have a table and a few old rusty chairs (now painted bright white II) And the recent rains have made a good job "packing the runways" So come on down and join us, as either a spectator or a flyer. Everybody is more than welcome !! As an added note, We will be taking part in the coming fair here on Feb 20th doing a SHOW and TELL with our MODELS and equipment on display. ATTENTION FELLOWMODELERS Please contact me at Site 105 Coyote Gulch (or phone me "442-226- 5966WW) if you have WWstuff to show" so I can let Art know how many tables we will need !! I will look forward to hearing from you. Morris Thompson


On Feb. 13th music is provided by “The Phunky Blue Jeans. Dance / Funky Music / Rock ‘n Roll / Blues / a little Country is what a night with the Phunky Blue Jeans promises to you. The Phunky Blue Jeans are fronted by Paul Rabbitt (nominated "Top Five .. " in the Coachella Valley Weekly Best Band poll for the past two consecutive years in a row. This good-time group provides great party, convention, and wedding entertainment with fantastic vocals and quality sound and lights. The band can also provide reduced volume background dinner sets Bandleader Paul has toured extensively throughout the US playing colleges, clubs, corporate and private parties, and country clubs. Paul's group has played in concerts as big as 60,000 while playing in Chuck Berry's band and joining the tour with Joe Walsh (Joe is now with the Eagles) and has a repetitive contract to perform venues managed by Hilton and Waldorf Astoria. Please Note: Admission is $10.00 per person.


All rides start off across from Hays Hall at 9am. Listed below are the Feb. rides. Feb. 3rd Explore trails around Mecca Copia and Godwin Summit, back to FOY between 3-4pm. Bring lunch and water. Feb. 10th Explore rails around Hotel California and Chiraico Summit, back to FOY between 3-4. Bring lunch and water. Feb. 17th Trestle, Amy’s wash, “tin Shed”, Honeymoon cabin and Hwy. 10 overlook. Be back between 2-3pm. Bring lunch and water. Feb. 22nd Howl at the moon at the lower horseshoe pits starting at 5pm. Bring hotdogs to roast and dish to share. Feb. 24th Polish Spring, Mammoth Wash and Spouth Pinnacle. Be back between 3-4pm. Bring lunch and water. Jim Oyler


Do you miss singing all your old favorite hymns in your church back home? So do a lot of other folks. You are invited to come to Sunrise Hall every Sunday evening from 5-6. Choose your favorite hymn and sing along with the rest of us. If you play an instrument, feel free to join and play with our accompaniment. Richard and Thelma


Casino Night will be held Wed. Feb. 3rd starting at 7pm in Hays Hall. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, Jan. 27th at 10am at the table by the main office. The cost is $7.50 which includes $3,500 in play money. Square dancing nights include Wednesday evening with Round Dancing from 6:30-7:00 and regular square dancing starting at 7pm. Round dancing lessons for beginners are held on Tues. and Thurs. at 9am and at 10:45 lessons are for the plus class as well as workshops. Come and have loads of fun and exercise for your body and brain. Lorna Davies


Please try to ride “Quietly” in the park. We are happy that you are enjoying our desert trails and sunny weather but your neighbor may not be as enthusiastic about your “ride”. Kindly be respectful of their peace and quiet. We do not wish to have to ask you to modify your mufflers sound but as you know, some ATV’s are louder than others. This reminder was prompted by numerous concerns from your neighbors. Activities Office


Come join the fun and free coffee at the Welcome Center. It’s a great opportunity to meet the regulars who come in to buy tickets for park activities as well as those who are brand new to the park. The Welcome Center has openings for two volunteers who can do a half-day shift on a regular basis, one on Tuesday morning and one on Wed. morning. You’ll have a partner on your shift to help you learn the ropes. Are some of your mornings free? We also need a few volunteers who can fill in when needed in the mornings. Many thanks to Birdie Hartmier who has stepped down after five years as Coordinator of the Welcome Center. I became the Coordinator in January and I’m enjoying my new job. Jeri Covay 760-354-8577


Wow, can you believe it is Feb. already? This season is flying by. The breakfast social will take place on Sat. Feb. 6th from 7-10am at Hays Hall. If you have not come up to enjoy, you don’t know what you have been missing. Just ask one of our satisfied guests. It’s going to be a busy month with our 50th anniversary celebrations. Start the month off right. Hope to see you there. Teresa and Crew


We hold a “Meet and Greet” on the second Saturday (Feb. 13th) each month at 9:00 at Freddy’s, where you can meet fellow “Cachers” and learn more about the sport, or get help operating your GPS. Dick Lewis


This month holds a promise of excitement around the Pool Hall. The highly anticipated month of our 8-ball annual tournament has finally arrived. Cue Club members (with averages) are invited to play in the Cue Club Tournament. FOY Tournament is open to anyone staying in the park as well as Cue Club members. The "Super Bowl" of tournaments, The CAN-AM is open for anyone staying in the park. Sign-up sheets, dates, times are posted in the poolroom. Please plan to play if you do sign up, as schedules are prepared in advance of play. Election of Executive Officers is coming up at the Feb. meeting. Nomination sheet is posted in the poolroom. Gals get ready for some extra fun and excitement as our tournament month has arrived also. We will be having "Gals Only" who compete without advice from their gentlemen friends. Also, there will be a "Gals & Pals" tournament of which decided partners will be in competition. Only gals and pals that are playing members may compete in these tourneys. First, Second and Third Place trophies will be awarded at our last Cue Club Social in March. As a reminder, you may follow the Cue Club on Face book at FOY Cue Club Site. Mary McCune


It’s amazing but true that some of you come into Hays Hall chewing your gum and then deposit is under your chair. More specifically right where we grab the chair to put it away. How wonderful it is to find one that is fresh and have all that spit and goo on one’s fingers. STOP IT!!!!


Hikes are scheduled for Wednesday and Saturday. Wednesday hikes are moderate to arduous with steep climbs, often in canyons which usually include dry waterfalls. The most difficult have ladders for ascending/descending, but not all of them do. Tight squeezes and dark caves are possible in some of the hikes so find out what's in store if you aren't comfortable with that. Saturday hikes are strenuous and not for the faint of heart. Steep climbs on rocky and loose terrain including bush whacking and climbing/descending dry waterfalls are the rule on all hikes. All hikes are 5 to 7 hours and leave from the upper horseshoe pits at 8 am sharp. Bring a snack, lunch and lots of water. It is recommended that you wear good hiking boots and have a walking stick/poles for balance and footing. Wednesday hikes are accessed by vehicle so bring $7 to help defray driving costs. Alf Nobert 760-354-1057


Craft Fair - February 19 Be amazed by the craft work, and inspired by the creativity here at FOY. On the morning of Feb 19th join us at Hays Hall to vote for your favorite crafts on display, in over 20 categories. Or better yet, check out the categories in the craft room, and sign up to enter your work. Pick up a copy of the guidelines, in the craft room, to determine which category is the best fit for your craft. We should say crafts - you can enter 1 craft in each category. We know there are many guests at FOY who aren't in any of our organized groups, but produce amazing work - please join us! The fun category this year is Silly Hat. The preparation of baby quilts and teddy bears is in full swing, culminating in regular deliveries to the Brawley and EI Centro Hospitals. Please join us if you would like to help - check the FOY activities calendar for times. If you are a knitter the hospitals can always use preemie hats, booties and slippers for the older children. We offer a range of craft classes open to FOY guests, come to Show & Tell on Mondays at 1:30 p.m. at Sunrise Hall, or check the white book and the showcase in the craft room. Gwen Adair


Western Theme to take place on Feb. 5th in Hays Hall with set-up taking place at 11:15 and doors opening at 11:30 with the feast will taking place from 12 noon through 2pm. Bring a main dish, salad or dessert and bring your own table service. Corinne Turcott


Feb. Classical Concerts will begin with a very special Valentine Concert on Sat. Feb 13th. Couples will entertain you with love songs. Come join us for this unique seasonal concert. The second concert will take place on Feb. 27th. These concerts are very well attended, so come early and enjoy beautiful music. We showcase our wonderful pianists and show tuners. If you play an instrument or sing, we would love to have you. Paula Jackson 760-354-1632


All Present, Past & Native CALIFORNIANS are invited to celebrate LEAP YEAR 2016 together on Monday, Feb. 29th at 4:30 pm in Sunrise Hall. Come and socialize with other Californians new to the park or repeat FOYers! Please bring an appetizer (no chips!) enough for 12 or more, your own drinks and place settings. Look for our notices around the park toward the end of February. Contact: RITA KIM #331


Big Flea Market takes place on Friday, Feb.12th from 8am until noon. Both Hays Hall and Sunrise Hall and all the space between them is taken up. Come on up to browse and pick up those items you need and don’t forget, hotdogs, coffee, and cookies are available as well. Judy Beedon


All ladies interested in Red Hats are welcome to visit the craft room and check out the purple notebook with the monthly schedule and participate in any of the activities. Usually the Cho. Mt. Chicks Red Hat group plays games such as Bunko and Darts with a special social or outing during each month. Come join us for fun and friendship. Sharon Scott


Calling all women who enjoy singing! Come and join the B Sharps on Thursday's at 3pm in Sunrise Hall. We sing a wide variety of songs from the sublime to the ridiculous. For more information, see Ellie Bell at 561 B South Mountain or phone Ellie Bell 760-354-1299


Join us for fun playing paddle tennis, an easier modified game of tennis played on a smaller court. We have the equipment and all are welcome to come and try it out. See you at the courts from 9-10:30 Mon. Tues. Wed. and Fri. Ray Ekhaml


On the park's website there's a guest review section on the bottom left hand side of the main page. If you fill out this review, they do a drawing once a month and the winner gets a free meal at Freddy's. Activities Office


Nobody cares if you can’t dance so just come. What have you got to lose for five bucks? Great music and good exercise. Coming up in February we start with Art Martin D.J’ing on Feb. 6th followed by The Phunky Blue Jeans Band on the 13th and then on the 20th a band called the Senior Memories will make their debut followed by our own Richard Godfrey singing some of your favorite songs on the 27th. Typically, the dance cost is $5.00 per person. However; the dance on the 13th is $10.00 (this is a full band of performers) and the one on the 20th is free admission. Denise Nobert


What a great winter to cuddle up with a good book! The FOY library certainly has plenty to choose from. Our library patrons have been very generous with donations of many best sellers this season. The Fountain of Youth is also winter home to at least four authors. "All the Days of My life", published in 2004, is an autobiography written by Robert L. McLaren. It is a testament to his faith and love of family and community. Fragrance and Thorns" written in 2006 by Rosella Beninga chronicles Rosie's first 80 years. Rosie donated a copy of her book to the library to commemorate her 30 happy years at the Fountain of Youth. "Divine Appointments" published in 2010 by Edna Adam-Simpson is Edna's moving biography on how God used one woman to affect many. "Damn, I Shot My Horse", published in 2015, is a coming of age story about Fred Hauptmann who recounts his adventures growing up in the desert. . Just a reminder that our FOY library is a lending library and not a book exchange. New posters outlining the library rules have been posted in the library. You may borrow up to 2 books per day, and must return them before you borrow any others. All books and DVD's must be returned to the library before you leave the park. Linda Craig

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