Landlovers News 

Courtesy of Landings Landlovers

Time to Renew Your Landlovers Membership!

If you have not yet renewed your membership, now is the time! The new membership year begins on September 1. Visit landingslandlovers.com/join-renew/, then follow directions to renew online. You also can print the membership form to be mailed or tubed to Cindy Altman, Membership Director (14 Mercer Road). For more information, email Cindy (landloversmembership@gmail.com).

Landlovers Socials Planning is Underway

 The Social chairs have graciously volunteered, the dates have been chosen, and the venues have been reserved. Meticulous planning has ensued to provide fabulous and creative events for all Landlovers members. Robert Burns is often quoted, and his quote is very fitting for this environment: “The best laid schemes of mice and men often go awry.” We will continue to put our members’ safety and well-being at the forefront of our planning process for future social events. Each month in the Landlovers Newsletter, there will be a status update of the pending socials.

2020 Skyway Capital Markets Pro-Am Raffle Tickets On Sale Now.

The 2020 Skyway Capital Markets Pro-Am has been rescheduled for September 30, in conjunction with the Korn Ferry Tour tournament. The PGA TOUR has once again reserved a tee time for The Landlovers Foundation fundraiser raffle.

This Skyway Capital Markets Pro-Am has been redesigned to ensure everyone’s safety, considering the presence of the current pandemic environment. Benefits, such as the golf with a pro, access to food and beverages, and merchandise still will be part of the core event. However, in pursuit of safety, the group gathering events, including the Draft Party presented by Sterling Seacrest Partners and the post-round awards ceremony have been cancelled. Ticket sales will follow the same format as earlier this year. One $150 ticket will secure a chance for three players to play in the Skyway Capital Markets Pro-Am. However, as we did earlier, you may opt-in as a single player for a $50 contribution, and the campaign chair will match you with two other single players to participate in a shared $150 ticket.

Buy tickets now:

  • Email LL2020WaysandMeans@gmail.com with your ticket selection ($50 or $150, and include the names of the player(s) participating, or tube your check payable to "The Landlovers Foundation" with a note indicating the names of the player(s) to 7 Marina Drive.

NOTE: The PGA TOUR COVID-19 guidelines requires all participants to be tested for COVID-19. To ensure everyone’s safety, raffle winners will receive free COVID tests compliments of the PGA.

Tickets for this event will be on sale until September 20. The drawing takes place September 25.

Landlovers Activities are Underway

Our Activity Directors and Chairs are working diligently and creatively to find safe ways to host Landlovers activities. Many of our activities have been delayed as we work to operate safely and in accordance with CDC recommendations. However, we are excited to report that certain activities are up and running and ready to entertain and support our members:

Stitch and Bead

When: Current members will be contacted by email for their opinion on when and in what setting it is safe to meet this fall. Prospective members should contact chair Leslie Mathews.

Normal meeting time is the first and third Tuesday of each month from 3 to 5 p.m.
Where: Host home will be announced the weekend before by email.
What Else: Meet with your fellow Landlovers who bead, knit, crochet, or needlepoint in members’ homes twice a month. Be inspired by others’ creative endeavors, learn a new stitch, or teach a new stitch. Come and enjoy the good company and conversation of fellow Landlovers needle artists! Contact the chair to be placed on the list to receive notification of meeting place each month. Please be willing to host the group at your home at least once during the year. Light refreshments served.
Contact: Leslie Mathews (616-550-7057 or lmathews50@gmail.com)

Landlovers Community Service Casseroles for Charity

When: September 22, October 6, October 27, and November 17

Where: Your Home

Cost: Cost of casserole ingredients

What Else: Do you like to cook? Do you want to help those in need at the same time? We can use your help! Landlovers Community Service is providing casseroles to Safe Shelter every three weeks. This helps give the cooks at Safe Shelter some time off. On your assigned day, you would make any casserole you want at your home, and we will deliver it to Safe Shelter for you. If you are interested in learning more, please email LLCommService@gmail.com to get on our distribution list. This does not commit you to anything. When its time to recruit volunteers for more casseroles, we will send you an email explaining how it works and how you can sign up for a specific date that works for you.

Since 1979, SAFE Shelter has been Savannahs only shelter dedicated to victims of intimate partner violence and their underage children. To learn more about Safe Shelter, visit their website (safeshelter.org/).

Contact: If you have any questions or want to sign up for our distribution list, email LLCommService@gmail.com or call Carol Stiles (349-9977) or Sue Souls (713-502-6094)

Community Service Toiletry Collection

Where:  Drop-off location is on the Front Porch at 2 Moonrise Circle (Deer Creek)

What Else: Share your vacation with Social Apostolate, which works with indigent, homeless, and disabled people in different ways including providing showers for those in need. Are you traveling and staying at a hotel? If you have any unused hotel soaps, shampoos, or lotions, please bring them back to Savannah. No mouthwash or larger sized toiletries, please.

Contact: LLCommService@gmail.com or call Carol Stiles (349-9977) or Sue Souls (713-502-6094)

Landings Singles Co-ed Book Group

When: TBD, 6:30 p.m.

Where: Members’ homes at first meeting in October, then rotating, or host’s choice of venue.

What Else: Host’s selection based on having read the book in advance. Book must have discussion value.

Initial book for October meeting: The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson. We'll establish guidelines for future book selections at the October meeting. Veggies, pizza, wine, beer, or host choice of menu.

Contact: Marianne Claysmith (claysmith2@aol.com or 505-670-2454).

 

 



This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

Visit landings.org to read the original article.
https://landings.org/news/2020/08/25/landlovers-news%C2%A0