Pelican Bay Post Early May 2017 : Page 1

COMMUNITY MEETINGS Pelican Bay Foundation Board Fri,. May 19 8:30 a.m. Pelican Bay Services Division Board Wed., May 3 1 p.m. All meetings will be held at the Community Center unless otherwise noted. POST Early May 2017 • Volume 19, No. 9 PELICAN BAY The Official Publication of the P elican Bay Foundation, Inc. > GUEST SERVICES HOURS HAVE CHANGED Beginning May 1, the Commons front desk will be closed on weekends. Members should plan accordingly for guest and member card pickup. Page 6 2017-2018 PELICAN BAY FOUNDATION BOARD MEMBERS John Chandler – Chair Charles Bodo – Vice-Chair David Cook – Secretary/Treasurer Tim Corcoran – Director David Doern – Director Mary McLean Johnson – Director Trenton Waterhouse – Director > TENNIS TEAM MAKES PELICAN BAY PROUD The men’s 3.5 CTA team represented Pelican Bay at season-end playoffs. Page 6 > DINNER SERVICE SHIFTING TO SUMMER HOURS Marker 36’s hours of operation shift to off-season hours the middle of May. Page 6 > BRING MOTHER TO BRUNCH PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID PERMIT 2397 TAMPA FL Market 36 is offering a special champagne brunch for Mother’s Day on Sunday, May 14. Page 8 May 1 is the beginning of Turtle Season > MEMORIAL DAY BARBEQUE Foundation preparation and environmental lighting By Arlene Harper, Communications & Marketing Manager Turtle season information courtesy of Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Save the date, Monday, May 29 for the all-American traditional barbeque favorites, live entertainment and seasonal draft specials at Marker 36. Page 8 While efforts are made to maintain and protect Pelican Bay’s unique appeal, as ref-erenced in our community’s “Seven Goals for Pelican Bay” (which can be found online at, the Foun-dation continues to be an active steward of the Clam Bay conservation area and its beaches. These efforts include pr epar ed nes s f o r e nvi -ronmental challenges and adherence to Collier Coun-ty’s Sea Turtle Protection Regulations (Land Develop-ment Code Sec.3.10, 1994) and statewide compliance between May 1 and October 31 every year. The Collier County Environ-mental Services Department developed a program to mini-mize the damages caused by light pollution. The program is composed of an annual mail-out prior to season, night lighting compliance inspections, violation notices and enforcement action. Prior to nesting season, a sea turtle information package is sent to beachfront property owners, managers and rent-ers. The information pack-age illustrates the impor-tance of shielding or turning off lights during sea turtle nesting season, and sug-gests inexpensive methods of reducing and minimizing beach lighting. Lighting com-pliance inspections are con-ducted by Parks & Recreation continued on page 3 > PHOTO GALLERY Little Yellow Ball. Page 29 Guest Services at the Commons Hours Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Commons front desk will be closed on weekends. BEGINNING MAY 1 The Pelican Bay Foundation, Inc. 6251 Pelican Bay Blvd. Naples, FL 34108

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