Monday, March 25
10:00 Bible Study, LC
10:30 Driver Refresher
Course, KC Music
6:45 BINGO, MPR
As a result of our recent RAC Election, here are our new RAC members, in alpha order:
WATCH FOR IT....
By April 1, the Ann's Choice Computer Club and Photography Club will publish a bi-monthly newsletter to help keep all of us up to date with the latest in computer and Internet technology. Gary Frantz is our Editor and all contributions of articles and ideas are accepted. Click here for the computer club page.
HEY, BRIDGE LOVERS,
A new game is in town. Thursday afternoons in Liberty. Call Bernie if you need a partner. Click here.
Some pictures of the new bridge in progress - this has been delayed. (courtesy of Harry Beam) - click here.
Check out the BUY/SELL/WANT/FREE page to see what's new, such as 2 scooters, one night at Holiday Inn Express, an area rug, etc.
Want to laugh today? Go to the Humor to Enjoy page. A dog's bedtime prayer. "The Car" Computer Humor!! Newly added animal pictures - so funny!!
Consider our spacious woodshop located in Montgomery Court as an addition to your apartment where both men and women are invited to use our extensive collection of up-to-date tools and machines. The woodshop is open to all members 24/7 however safety is paramount in our operations. You must have another person in the shop with you whenever you are using machines with a red dot label adjacent to the start button.
Monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday of most months at 1:00 PM in the Village Music Room
ANN’S CHOICE WOODSHOP
Location: Montgomery Court, 1st floor
Hours of Operation: The shop is manned most days from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Phone: 215-443-3801 (ask for extension 3000)
Charles Bustard, President- HR018, 215-672-0983
Perk Crook, Shop Manager- BG207, 215-672-1407
Furniture repair and refinishing
Light construction (shelves, cabinets, tables, etc.)
Minor electrical repairs (small appliances, lamps, etc.)
General Handyman services
Charges: Cost of materials only. No charge for labor. However, we encourage donations considered necessary for continued Woodshop operation and service to residents of Ann’s Choice.
More Than Just A Hobby!
Did you know that your old wiggly chair could probably be fixed? Almost every week someone brings a favored old chair down to the Woodshop to see if it can be fixed. There are many capable men and
women in the Woodshop waiting for just such a repair project. Repair projects can be more than furniture. There are many men with lots of experience just waiting to assist you.
Small appliances, toys, lamps, keepsakes and the like are really fun for the members to work on. There is no charge for this service, other than out-of-pocket expenses, however donations are accepted. This is the main source of revenue to maintain the supplies and equipment in top condition at all times. There are many men with a depth of maintenance experience just waiting to assist you. In addition to helpful services for residents, there is always plenty of room for members to work on their own projects. A full line of hand and power tools are available for use for any kind of job. Why don’t you check to see just how we might be of assistance to you?
Come visit us anytime the lights are on in the Village Montgomery Court Terrace Level shop. We welcome new members. For information, contact the president or the shop manager who are listed above.
This page is maintained by Fred Keill - any questions, use the Contact Us page.