Clubs & Committees (2021-2022

 Additional Acty Details 


Sent 2021-10-29: Birding and Nature Club Meeting - 

It's time for the first Meeting of the season for the Sunshine Birding and Nature Club.

The forecast is for a beautiful day on Monday November 1st, so what better place for the “Nature “ club to meet than in the Gazebo next to Texas Ave.

So the meeting will be at 2:00 Monday Nov 1st in the Gazebo. Should Mother Nature surprise us with a nasty day, as a fallback, we will meet in the Library at 7:00.

Mostly we need to talk about events. We need your input on what events to plan for the upcoming season as well as elections to fill some vacancies on our board.

Since we will be outdoors, I'm not too sure how applicable the standard SEPO disclaimer is, but here it is anyway:

Everyone attending this event “in person”, by their presence, acknowledges potential exposure to Covid-19. Each person is responsible for his/her own choice as it relates to attending events.

Let's have a good “Out in Nature” meeting Monday at 2:00 in the Gazebo.

Pat Harvey     Acting President



Sent 2021-11-05: SUNSHINE GARDEN CLUB - 

If you like or find gardening interesting come join us Tuesday, Nov. 9th, 7:00pm in the library.  All residents/renters are invited. Topic of evening is container planting. Looking forward to fun, prizes and desserts.

Susanne Ulrich     Garden Club


NEWSLETTER 2021-10-01: 

We are looking forward to our first “Meet and Greet" evening on November 7, 2021 in the library at 7:00 pm. Main topic will be “Filler, Thriller, Spiller”. Finished display will be the door prize.


Each monthly gathering is open to all residents/renters, we will have a main topic, suggested monthly “To Do's" for zone 9 and time for open discussion.


We look forward to seeing you in November.


  • Some zone 9 suggestions for October are: Begin planting for cooler weather (sounds good about now), such as dianthus, petunia, pansy. Plant bulbs, like lilies for blooms next spring/summer. Start herbs from seeds like parsley, cilantro, chives, garlic, and sage. Also crops like broccoli, kale, collards, and lettuce.


Happy Gardening,

Susanne Ulrich, Brenda Crothers, Glenna Boardman, Terry DeBackere and Sue Swidryk