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January 16th 2018 

 

We all celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday Jan 15th

"That old law about 'an eye for an eye' leaves everybody blind. The time is always right to do the right thing."

 ........  Martin Luther King Jr.


IMPORTANT INFO FOR ALL RESIDENTS: If you have any branches down in your yard, please bring them out to the edge of the road if you can. Gary Villiard will be around on Tues., Jan. 16th  to do some chipping of branches. This will be a once around the Park event, and will ONLY be for chipping...NO BAGS. We are trying to get as many of the downed branches removed, as possible, before the next storm, which we hope never comes! Thanks for your cooperation and thanks to the Villard's for going the extra mile to help us clean up our beautiful Park ! ..........................  Nancy Froio


Trash is on its regular day of Thursday this week     -       Recycle will be delayed and be on Thursday the 18th !


Headlines - Life Events and Recent News:

The Next HMHEA Inc. Board of Directors Meeting is on Thursday  Jan 18th @ 1pm at Henrich Hall - All Resident Members Welcome !

Hi Everyone ! Here are a couple of reminders from your Board of Directors. As of Dec. 1st, the rent was increased to $593.00. There are still some members that are still paying the previous rent. It is imperative that we all pay the current rent of $593.00 in order for us to be able to pay the mortgage and the bills.  Also, when you make out your check, please don't write $593.xx or $593.-- There's a scanner the checks go through to be deposited and the scanner can not read them if they're made out that way. It would be very much appreciated to have them written out with the zero's at the end, as in $593.00.     We thank you all for your cooperation.

Pot luck Luncheon / Dinner. - Was held on Saturday, January 13 @ Henrich Hall It was nice to get out after all the cold freezing weather we had and see some friends and neighbors and enjoy a nice meal ! So much Food and a lot of Fun ! ! !

There are more RED HELP signs available @ Henrich Hall and in the foyer @ the office to put in your window in case of emergency. Go by and pick one up they are free for all Halifax Estates Members !

Come One Come All to join the Bridge Club @ Holmes Public Library ! - We welcome Beginner and intermediate players If Interested please Contact Jean Gallant @ 781-293-2271

A wonderful package was left on my porch of a delicious Hot Chocolate mix and a nice package of cookies ! It was so nice whoever you are who left them ?? ......  Thank You .... Thank You ...Thank You .................................... Harriett Doyle of Rosewood Dr.

Our Condolences go out to Elizabeth Weckbacher of Natureway Circle and family and friends on the loss of her husband Ted. - “Ted” age 88 passed away at Beth Israel Hospital in Plymouth on Saturday January 6, 2018 after a period of failing health. He was the beloved Husband of Elizabeth M. (Linehan) Weckbacher.  The loving Father of Mary G. Weckbacher of Fryeburg, ME, Linda A. McCarthy of Halifax, Elizabeth M. “Lisa” Farley of Plymouth, Theodore L. Weckbacher  Jr. of Kingston, Susan M. Riposta of Ashville, NC, and Kathleen S. Richardson of Fryeburg, ME. Also survived by 13 Grandchildren and 12 Great Grandchildren , and many Nieces and Nephews. Ted worked as a construction worker and then had 23 years as a letter carrier for the U.S. Postal Service. He is also a U.S. Army Veteran.There was a celebration of life and a memorial service in the Leighton-MacKinnon Funeral Home in Hanson on Saturday Jan.13th  In lieu of flowers the family would like donations in Ted’s memory made to St. Joseph’s Indian School, 1301 North Main St., Chamberlain, SD 57325 saintjosephs@stjo.org

 


Our Weekly Community Events:

Bingo - January 8th  - 1st  Special -Jen Walker  - Door Prize- Alyce Dutton   50/50 – Judy Duncan-  Even Odd - Suzanne Hopps -  2nd  Special -  1st -Cathy Walsh-  2nd - Anna Byers - 3rd - Sally Burke  ………….… Claire Johnson

    BINGO EVERY MONDAY @ HENRICH HALL GAMES START 6:45 Sharp !

  Whist – January 3rd- 1st –Jim Hiltz with 61 Pts – 2nd – Carol Nelson with 51 Pts. - 3rd -Nancy Hiltz with 21 pts 

January 10th -1st –Ronnie Hiltz with 46 Pts – 2nd –A tie Jim Hiltz and Sandy Dalton  with 41 Pts. - 3rd -A tie Carol Nelson and Nancy Hiltz with 31 pts …..............................................….. Nancy Hiltz

       

Bowling – January 11th  - Woman’s High Single – Anna Byers @ 93  Woman’s High Three Total –Arlene Lyons  @ 253 - Men’s High Single: Tom Crotty  @ 97 -   Men’s High Three Total – Tom Crotty  @ 257 - Alyce Dutton won the quarters.

 

Knitting   - Every Wed @ Henrich Hall -  1:00 pm - Come join us !   ..............  We would love to see you !


 

   Upcoming Events: 

 

The Next HMHEA Inc. Board of Directors Meeting is on Thursday  Jan 18th @ 1pm at Henrich Hall - All Resident Members Welcome !

 

Next Halifax Estates Helping Hands Committee Meeting is Friday January 19th Lower Level Henrich Hall ! All are welcome to join and attend.


 

 

   Trips with Dave Roy   Call - 781-294-4846  - All Trips 2 B paid 5 days in advance to Dave Roy !

 

We need at least 30 people to go on these bus trips ! Friends and Family are always welcome ! ALL TRIPS ARE NOW $30.00 Per Person

 

 

Twin River - Tues - Feb 6th - Leaves @ 10 am Home @ 6 pm -  $30 pp

 

Foxwoods - Tues - March 13th  - Leaves @ 10 am  -  $30 pp

 

 


 

   For Sale, Wanted, Needed or Free:

 

FOR SALE: -Twin sized adjustable bed - with mattress -Nice Condition Asking $600.00 or Best offer - Call Jim @ 774-259-4377 or Jayne @ 339-933-8382

 


 

Got something to sell ??  ................... Free for Halifax Estates Member Residents - Non Business Ads Only !

 


 

   Business Ad's and Notices:

For a Little $ $ Your Approved Business Ad could be here !  

( which is then donated to the Halifax Estates Helping Hands Committee)

send us an e mail @ halmobilehomes@aol for details !  Or call @781-294-1087

 

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Have a Home To Sell Here in Our Community ?

The Park Sales Group @ ParkSalesGroup.com  or our sister site @ HalifaxMobileHomes.com can help you sell your home period.

If you have any friends or family that are looking to move here we can help them find just the right home here with our many, many listings in our community. Please call us ANYTIME @ 781-294-1087 or 781-264-6588 -  ......... NO HYPE  just  a

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Please Call Us with any questions you may have or if we can be of any help !  Thanks You,     Jeff and Donna O'Connell



 


 

   Other Notices:

 

Shane Gives Thanks Food Pantry in Carver. We have recently opened our doors to the residents of Halifax Ma. and would like to extend a hello and a welcome to the residents of Halifax Mobile Home Estates. Our Pantry is located at 128 Main Street (rte 58) Carver Ma 02330. Our phone number is 508 866 7673 Please feel free to contact me with any questions.   Thank you! ………. Krystle McColgan  shanegivesthanks@comcast.net www.shanegivesthanks.com

 

Information For Residents: We do have large screen TV with a DVD player attached. Instructions for use beside the TV At present we have 200 DVD's in the library which includes both TV shows and movies. There are also VHS tapes there too that we would like to replace with DVD's so if you have any DVD's you would like to donate please leave them in the library just inside the door on the table and we will add them to the collection. Please take advantage of the nice comfortable seating and relax with a few friends and have a movie night or day.  .. Murray Brannen

 

The Halifax Recycling Center along with the Highway Department will pick up large items curbside monthly. There is a minimum $5.00 fee charged to have items picked up curbside, all items picked up curbside will be charged the same fee structure for Bulky Waste disposal at the Recycling Center. For more info or call the Recycling Center. Residents can pre-register by calling the Recycling Center at 781 293-1732 or by visiting the center.  Click Here To See The Schedule

If you have any complaints or concerns about anything, please put them in a signed letter and send to 50 Sycamore Dr. Halifax Ma 02338 . You will remain anonymous, but it has to be signed. We will not address any issues that are sent to us without a signature.

 

 


Entertainment  Section:

 

Today January 16th is Appreciate a Dragon Day! The dragon is a powerful symbol in mythology all over the world, from Europe to Asia and beyond. Appreciate A Dragon Day encourages you to explore the cultural significance of the dragon in your society and history!

 

Did You Know ? - That all the planets in our solar system could fit inside Jupiter ??

 

Trivia  What chemical element gives the blood of a lobster a bluish tint?

 

Weekly Laughs  Why not go out on a limb? Isn’t that where all the fruit is? - Did you hear about the 2 silk worms in a race? It ended in a tie! - Last time I got caught stealing a calendar I got 12 months. - What do you call a laughing motorcycle? A Yamahahaha. - A friend of mine tried to annoy me with bird puns, but I soon realized that toucan play at that game. - I can’t believe I got fired from the calendar factory. All I did was take a day off. - Why is peter pan always flying? Because he neverlands. - Did you hear the police were called to a daycare center ? There was a three-year-old that was resisting a rest. - I wanted to learn how to drive a stick shift, but I couldn’t find a manual. ................ That’s All folks !    

 

Trivia Answer  That would be copper !

 

Weekly Quote   - Love is the only force capable of transforming an enemy into a friend.  ........... Martin Luther King, Jr.

 


 

  Next Town Recycling Thursday Jan. 18th And Wed Jan 31st    

Corrected Date !

That’s it for this week, Be Safe and Be Well !

............ Jeff O’Connell Editor    

  Thought for today - "The Life you think is the life you live"…….  Marcus Bach

Editors Note: You can only get so much info here in the newsletter if you want to be more informed please go to the the Board of Directors Meetings ! They are OPEN to all Residents that are HMHEA INC. MEMBERS ! After the Meeting there is a member open forum so you can ask questions about anything !  ............................... If you want to know more ................................ Please Attend ! ! !

The Next HMHEA Inc. Board of Directors Meeting is on Thursday  Jan 18th @ 1pm at Henrich Hall

 All Resident Members Welcome !


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