Pelican Bay Post Mid February 2017 : Page 1

COMMUNITY MEETINGS Pelican Bay Foundation Board Fri,. Feb. 24 8:30 a.m. Pelican Bay Services Division Board Wed., March 1 1 p.m. All meetings will be held at the Community Center unless otherwise noted. POST Mid February 2017 • Volume 19, No. 4 PELICAN BAY 2017 Foundation Board election Six candidates are running for three vacan-cies on the Pelican Bay Foundation’s Board of Directors. Each candidate has been entitled to submit a platform statement of up to 600 words. Additional candidate self-generated The Official Publication of the P elican Bay Foundation, Inc. > SEEKING YOUR INPUT The Foundation will soon begin a survey to get more in-depth input from members on their expectations and preferences for the beach restaurants. Page 16 2017 PELICAN BAY FOUNDATION BOARD MEMBERS David Cook, Chair John Chandler, Vice-Chair/Treasurer Charles Bodo, Secretary Gary Canino, Director Tim Corcoran, Director David Doern, Director Mary McLean Johnson, Director PATRICK KEESLER information submissions, which have been included with the ballots, are also available for your reference in this edition. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the candidates and be an informed voter! If you need assistance, here’s a step-by-step guide on how to successfully log in to your website. Take advantage of the information at your fingertips! Page 18 > HAVE YOU LOGGED IN TO PELICANBAY.ORG? Hello, my name is Patrick Keesler, candidate for the Pelican Bay Board of Directors. My wife, Eileen, and I bought our first condo in Avalon back in 2011. Our intention was to use it as a vacation property until retirement. Shortly after clos-ing, we found ourselves sneaking continued on page 3 Your donated blood saves precious lives – and what’s collected here…stays here. Page 19 > COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE MARCH 1 TIMOTHY CORCORAN PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 2397 TAMPA FL As I begin my effort to run for my second term as a Pelican Bay Foundation Board Member, allow me to provide a little information about my background in Pelican Bay. I spent two years as President at Pebble Creek and two years as Treasurer at Pebble Creek continued on page 4 > ANNUAL PRO EXHIBITION ERIC KELLY As with any business, there is the day-to-day functioning of the operation. Excellent staff normally dispatches these duties without anyone ever knowing it is hap-pening. When things are not going so smoothly, community input is solicited and, within budgetary continued on page 4 Don’t miss the exciting volleys Saturday, February 18, at The North Courts. Come cheer on our new pro, Mark Vines, as he competes. Page 19 > WILD AND FUN COUNTRY LINE DANCE CHARLES F. BODO I have been active in Pelican Bay Foundation (PBF) affairs for many years, serving on various committees, as a Director since 2014, chairing the Audit and Budget and Ad Hoc Legal Com-mittees and as a member of the Executive Committee. continued on page 5 Dust off those boots and come shuffle, kick and stomp your way into great shape as you learn some fun line dances. Page 20 > PHOTO GALLERY January Dinner Dance. Page 50 TRENTON WATERHOUSE My name is Trent Waterhouse and I’m asking for your vote to allow me to serve our community on the Board of Directors for the Pelican Bay Foundation. Pelican Bay is a place I’m proud to call home. My goals are simple: • Deliver a great member experience continued on page 6 KIM ROSENBERG In 1989, my wife, Linda, and I were visiting Naples for the first time and staying at the Ritz. We noticed a hole in the ground in an otherwise pristine dunes-cape south of the hotel. Five days later, we had purchased an apart-ment in the building just starting If you have interacted with any Foundation amenities or services, your feedback is essential. The survey at www.pbinput.com only takes a few minutes and you’ll be entered into the monthly drawing! WIN A $50 GIFT CARD The Pelican Bay Foundation, Inc. 6251 Pelican Bay Blvd. Naples, FL 34108 continued on page 8

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