At our Mar. 16 HOA meeting, our local police ofﬁcer stopped by to say “Hello.” He was glad to see that our gate was ﬁxed and offered some friendly advise. For our own safety he reminded us to lock our cars when on the street or in the driveway, keep the garage doors down and at the slightest irregular-ity or suspicious activity call emergency 911 or non-emergency 688-3000.
Have you visited our website: www.waterfordataberdeen.com? Have you received a copy of the 2016 telephone directory?
If not, speak to the volunteer resident who delivers your Aberdeen Times. If you did not attend our March meeting or have not received e-mails, please be advised that Waterford Pres., Greg Van Brunt again reminds all residents that trash should be placed in a lidded container (not a trash bag alone) and trafﬁc rules must be observed at the STOP signs and a 20MPH speed limit adhered to.
Lila Nash is recuperating from knee surgery. We wish her well and happy, painless miles in the near future.
Cathy and Rod Goldenberg have suffered an-other major misfortune following the loss of Cathy’s dad. Cathy’s mother, Joan, had a stroke and passed on Mar. 13. Cathy and Rod, please know that your neighbors grieve with you and are ready to assist in any way they can.
Gloria Miller’s granddaughter, Mattea Marks, a 5th grade Science teacher at Golden Trace Elementary School, a Title 1 school in which 93% of the students are economically needy, entered 7 of her students in the Odyssey of the Mind competition and they placed 2nd at the region level. The students have now been invited to compete at the state-wide level in Orlando on Apr. 9th. A dedicated teacher is the inspiration all children need to succeed. Congratulations and thank you, Mattea.
We were sorry to learn our former neighbors Rikki Cass and Fran Scala are having medical problems. We wish them both good health and a speedy recovery.
Thomas Clare III, grandson of the late Elaine Clare, has been accepted at Notre Dame. He follows in the family tradition for the Clares are all alumni of this University.
At its annual Lincoln Day dinner at the Trump Mar-a-Lago resort, Waterford’s Vice Pres., Steven Ledewitz, was awarded the Palm Beach County Republican Party’s highest honor, the Jean Pipes Award. Lt. Gov. Carlos Lopez-Cantera made the presentation before an audience of 660 people. Congratulations, Steve.
We hope you enjoyed your Passover with family and friends.
Please call us with any news you would like to share with the community.
Happy-Peaceful Mother’s Day.