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Platinum and Diamond Membership Programs

THE REWARDS ARE ENDLESS. THE POSSIBILITIES ARE LIMITLESS. AND THE LIFESTYLE IS PRICELESS.

Our Membership programs are designed especially for those who love Moorings Park® and who are looking forward to making it their future home. Sample Simply the Best® amenities and services through a one-time-only membership fee (which can be applied toward residency), plus an affordable monthly charge and ensure your prioritized placement in the area’s only Continuing Care Retirement Community in the country with A+ ratings from both S&P and Fitch ratings services.

Best of all, membership fees can be applied directly to your residency entrance fee once you decide to move into Moorings Park.

PLATINUM MEMBERSHIP

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DIAMOND MEMBERSHIP

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“John and I are thrilled to be Platinum Members of Moorings Park and appreciate the warm welcome we have received. We have never been treated as “second class citizens” while we wait for our home to be available at Moorings Park. The Platinum Program is a nifty way to experience Moorings Park and everything it offers. Plus, it gives us the opportunity to meet and get to know other Moorings Park residents so that when we reside at Moorings Park we will have many friends already living there.”
– AUDREY BIRD


“I wanted to let you know how pleased we were with the Platinum Program at Moorings Park. The ability to satisfy the mental/physical assessment and know that this will be effective for two years was a real comfort for anyone who is interested in living here. Further, by being able to enjoy the pool and exercise facilities, the numerous fine restaurants, and the access to Physician Services, we felt a part of Moorings Park even before we were able to move in to our residence here.”
– TOM AND CAROL MCCANN


“For me, the Platinum membership got me in line for a unit. It also allowed me to reconnect with friends who are already there. See you in the fall!” 
– SPIKE SCHELLENGER


“We are delighted with the Platinum membership. It got us to the top of the line and included many delightful benefits, which gave us the opportunity to get acquainted with Moorings Park and the many services and facilities it offers.” 
– JOHN FRISVOLD

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Caylin McClellan is Grateful for Foundation’s Give Them Wings Program

“I like helping people and making a difference in someone’s life,” said Chateau Activities gem, Caylin McClellan. Working for Moorings Park since 2007, when she was 16 years old, she feels like she has grown up here. She admits that she likely wouldn’t have gotten so far professionally, without the hands-on training in etiquette, proper vocabulary and proper serving, all learned through her season in dining services, while simultaneously pursuing a B.S. in Art from Florida Atlantic University.

Caylin is very grateful for the Foundation’s Give Them Wings (GTW) scholarships that helped her to do so. Upon completing her degree, she applied for a position in the Activities Dept. at the Chateau. When asked about her degree, she indicated that she never had aspirations for becoming an independent artist. “Art is therapy and I love planning new activities for the residents of the Chateau. I also regularly play my violin for our residents at various special events.”

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FGCU Basketball Game

College Basketball Outing
Ave Maria @ Florida Gulf Coast University
Sunday, November 29th 5:00 Tip-off
Alico Arena Estero, FL
Bus leaves at 4:00 PM
Call Mitch Swanson at 919-1788 to RSVP
We will be sitting in the
President’s Box for the game. Limited space will be
available. Food and drinks will be provided.

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Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres

Moorings Park at Grey Oaks request the pleasure of your company for Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres in FineMark’s Naples Office.

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
4:30 until 6:30 in the evening

800 Laurel Oak Drive
Naples, Florida 34108

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Let’s Celebrate!

Please join us to Celebrate your move!
Wine, Cheese and Conversation
Friday, November 13, 2015
4:30 – 5:30 pm
D-202
Come as you are
A wonderful way to meet your new neighbors

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The Jewish Feast and the Tabernacle of Sukkot

Sukkot

The Jewish Feast of the Tabernacle, Sukkot, began at sundown on Sunday, September 27, and ends at nightfall October 4. The Festival of Booths, as Sukkot is also known, is observed from the 15th to the 21st of the Tishrei in the Jewish year of 5776.

For the eight days and seven nights of Sukkot, Jews traditionally eat and sleep in a sukkah, a temporary dwelling with a thatched roof, from which the holiday gets its name. Two other components of the holiday are inviting guests, or ushpizin, and waving the four species, known as the lulay and etrog.

Sukkot is one of three biblically mandated holidays for which the ancient tribes made a pilgrimage to the Temple in Jerusalem. The holiday is based on the verse: “Every resident among the Israelites shall live in booths, in order that your [ensuing] generations should know that I had the children of Israel live in booths when I took them out of the land of Egypt” (Leviticus 23:42-43). The sukkah is a physical remembrance of the “clouds of glory” that surrounded and protected the Israelites as they wandered the desert after escaping from Egypt.

The commandment regarding the “four species” — the lulav (palm, willow and myrtle) and etrog (citron) — also comes from chapter 23 of Leviticus: “And you shall take for yourselves on the first day [of Sukkot], the fruit of the hadar tree [myrtle], date palm fronds, a branch of a braided tree, and willows of the brook, and you shall rejoice before the Lord your God for a seven day period” (23:40). The lulav and etrog are held together and, after reciting a blessing, waved in six directions — forward, backward, left, right, up and down — in acknowledgment of God’s dominion over all creation.

Another important aspect of Sukkot is welcoming of guests (ushpizin in Aramaic) into the sukkah. While people actually invite friends, family and strangers into their hand-built temporary homes, on each night of Sukkot a different ancestral guest, leading the entire group of “holy shepherds,” is said to enter the sukkah, and Jewish teachings are invoked in their names. The upshizin– Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, Moses, Aaron, Joseph and David — embody seven different spiritual paths that, together, bring humanity and all of creation to a more perfected state: Abraham is loving kindness, Isaac is strength, Jacob represents harmony, Moses is eternality through Torah, Aaron is divine splendor, Joseph is spiritual foundation and David embodies sovereignty.

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Gulfshore Playhouse

A flighty farce from the swinging sixties!
Bernard is engaged to Gabriella. And to Gloria. And to Gretchen. With three gorgeous stewardess fiancees, Bernard is flying high and living the dream. But things get a bit rocky when shy friend Robert comes to stay, a new turbo-charged Boeing is introduced, and we quickly learn that one woman is all Bernard can handle. This turbulent tale about a jet-setting American playboy is sure to keep you laughing, so buckle up and enjoy the ride!
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Gulfshore Playhouse
$40 per person
Bus departs from Clubhouse at 2:30 p.m.

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An Evening at the Conservancy

Please join us for an EXCLUSIVE Moorings Park evening at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida.

Monday, October 26, 2015

4:30pm-7:00pm

4:30 – Regsitration

4:30 – Electric Boat Tours

4:30 – Dalton Discovery Center Tour

5:30 – Complimentary Cocktail Reception

6:00 – Predators of the sky: Florida’s Raptor’s – Presentation with Nicki Dardinger

To sign up please contact Mitch Swanson at 919-1788

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Sweet Art Gallery and Lunch

SWEET ART GALLERY IS THE LARGEST CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERY IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA, REPRESENTING OVER 45 LOCAL, NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. WHILE THE GALLERY IS DEDICATED TO ADVANCING THE CAREERS OF IT’S ARTISTS, THE OVERALL GOAL REMAINS HELPING COLLECTORS, WHETHER JUST BEGINNING OR EXPERIENCED, FIND ART SUITABLE FOR THEIR TASTE, VIEWING ENVIRONMENT AND BUDGET.
OUR ARTISTS HAVE EXCELLENT RESUMES, HAVE BEEN IN MANY JURIED SHOWS, AND HOLD DEGREES IN FINE ART. YOU CAN FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ALL OF OUR ARTISTS AND THE GALLERY AT WWW.THESWEETARTGALLERY.COM
Friday, October 23
Bus leaves at 11:00 AM
We will have lunch at The Local at 11:15 AM
(bring cash or card for lunch)
The tour of Sweet Art Gallery will be at 12:30 PM
New art instructor Kim Willis will join us