The Blue Heron Pines Races took place Saturday night April 13, and the crowd turned out in force. The gamblers, horses and jockeys were all in splendid form. The races were unpredictable and many were neck in neck. This is always a fun time and this year we would like to thank Joe & Judy Casimir for running the event. In addition it takes many volunteers to pull these events off and though too numerous to mention here, a big Thank You goes out to all of them…your friends and neighbors appreciate what you do.
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Warm tropical night, soft breezes, good food and better friends, helped make Dancing in the Streets a wonderful event.
Congratulations and a big thank you, to Dave & Janet Bolyard, for hosting thsi event, and a thank you to all the folks that helped them set it up and purchase the food.
Unique events like this would not take place without people like you.
So enjoy the video of good friends enjoying a night in paradise, dancing the night away.
The BHP Bean Bag Baseball Playoffs were held today at Clubhouse Park. Both the fans and players were ready to play some ball. Competition was brutal but in the end the true champions emerged. Coming from a 9-1 deficit in the first game to win a seed and continuing on to take the BHP Bean Bag Baseball Championship. Congratulations to the Trailer Nasty Team and their scoring prowess to go undefeated in the playoffs.
Also thank you to Ron & Ella Smith for bringing Bean Bag Baseball to BHP, and for organizing and running the event for the entire season.
Enjoy a short video of the day’s events.
April 12 11:30 AM The next Dazzler luncheon will be held at The Smokin Pit 2200 Kings Hwy, Port Charlotte
Please sign up by April 9th We will meet at the restaurant at 1:00 PM
If you need a ride call Jean Michalak at 941-676-0549 or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org
All Blue Heron Pines ladies are welcome to join us.
Drivers please leave me know if you have room for someone in your car in case someone needs a ride
MEMORIAL DAY Monday May 27 1:30 am
There will be a special memorial event held by the flag in the mail kiosk area and in the clubhouse to honor all Veterans who have served our country and are no longer with us. If you would like to submit a picture of a family member, friend or neighbor, please do so by sending the picture, their name, rank, branch of service and their connection to you, to Maureen Heger at email@example.com by Monday, May 13, 2019. We will have a memorial service beginning at 11:30 followed by a luncheon. More information will be coming shortly.
April 13, 7:00 pm
The annual Horse Racing event will be held on April 13, 2019. Keep the date open for an evening of fun.
Joe and Judy Casimir will be chairing the event. Tickets are $2.00 & will be sold Tues. & Thur. at the mail kiosk
In a very nice ceremony last night at the HOA Meeting the Blue Heron Pines
Quilters presented two beautiful patriotic quilts to two very deserving
veterans living in our community.
Tim McPhillips, served in the United States Air Force from 1967 to 1971, and
some of that time was served in Cam Rhan Bay, Vietnam. Tim and his wife
Judy, hail from Canfield, Ohio, and have been
Married for 35 years.
Ken Ramsey, served our country for 20 years in the United States Air Force
from 1954 to 1974. Ken served 4 plus years in Washington, DC, and was
stationed at Keesler Air Force Base in Biloxi, Mississippi. He served 11
years as an electronics supervisor with the Strategic Air Command. Ken and
his wife were married in 1957, and after retirement moved to Blue Heron
Pines in 1998.
Congratulations to both men for their service and sacrifice to our country.
Thank you for your service.
Also congratulations to the Blue Heron Pines Quilters, such a thoughtful and
heartfelt thing to do by donating two beautiful quilts and to say thank you
to these fine gentlemen.
Special recognition to:
Liz Black, Nancy Kelly, Kathleen Langman, Eileen Porter for helping with the
presentation, and to the entire group of BHP Quilters for their
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April 6, from 7 to 10 in the clubhouse.
The entertainer is Vincent Brown and will provide listening and dance music.
$10.00 pp. BYOB and snacks
Tickets available Tuesday and Thursday at the mail kiosk 2 to 4.
Also there will be a state meeting for the Spring Fling on March 30th at 10 am in the clubhouse to wrap up the final plans.
Pennsylvania, Illinois, Rhode Island, West Virginia, west Virginia, Italy, Nevada, Montana, and Wyoming
Lynn: 941-628 8826
Congratulations to Wendy McGregor and all the volunteers and especially the participants who displayed their talent at the Mummers Parade. Was a fun event and enjoyed by all. Just a short video of the day’s activities.
“The service we render others is the rent we pay for our room on earth.” Wilfred Grenfell
The BHP Angel Network
We would like to welcome all new residents of Blue Heron Pines to our community, and to remind old and new residents of a volunteer service consisting of Blue Heron Pines neighbors and the Angel Network.
The Angel Network is a volunteer service to assist our neighbors in helping them with short term assistance. Since our inception we have responded to over 50 calls for assistance. We offer rides to doctor appointments, shopping and minor home repairs. If a need arises, please contact the office for a referrals to the Angel Network. A member of the Angel Network will meet with you and discuss your needs to determine if we can help.
Our volunteer feedback to date has been very positive. If anyone is interested in volunteering for the Angel Network, please contact Bob @ (815-307-6194) or Ann Marie @ (248-330-4831).
Charlotte County Sheriffs Office Blue Heron Pines Neighborhood Watch Patrol We Are In Need Of Volunteers To Join Our Group. The Purpose Of The NWP Is To Be Eyes And Ears In Our Community.
You Would Patrol 2 Nights Per Month Please Consider Joining Us and be Part Of Our Community Group. You May Contact Me At firstname.lastname@example.org or my cell 813-528-0601 Thank you, Dennis Donnelly
Line Dancing will resume Monday February 11 at 10 am in clubhouse. All are welcome.
Saturday, February 9, 2019
7 – 10pm
Music by: It Takes Two
For info contact: Ann Marie Kulling 248-330-4831
A meeting for the states of Michigan, Maryland, Maine, California, Arizona, Oklahoma, Georgia and New Mexico will be held January 4, 2019 at 1:00 in the clubhouse to discuss February events.