SoliVita Florida News And Events

From the Association Newsletter

Painting Exterior of Homes

Please be sure to paint the exterior of your home as the Architectural Committee approved. Some homeowners are painting the roof peaks the same color as their front door and/or shutters. This was not approved. Please make reference to your letter, which will detail the areas with the paint color to be used. You will never use the front door and/or shutter color for trim. We appreciate your cooperation, as this can be a costly expense for any homeowner that decides to be creative with the paint colors.

Walk For a Cure

The event will start in the courtyard in back of the Administration building and Sales Office. Sign-in will start at 8am and the Walk/Run will begin at 9am.

Registration for the Walk/Run can be done right up to the start of the event on Friday, February 22nd, or before with the Registration form that is in the February Reflections. If you registered prior to the February 1st deadline, you were able to order a t-shirt. We are excited to tell you that they have all arrived! The staff at the Riviera Spa & Fitness Center will be happy to assist you. You may also pick up your t-shirt(s) the day of the event, when you check in for the walk, if you are not available to pick it up in the days prior to the event. Call Tony or Narda Handler for any questions at 427-4345.

Wednesday with a Cherry on Top!

At The Marketplace Bistro and The Grille we will be celebrating National Cherry Pie Day on Wednesday February 20th. Stop by and enjoy a freshly baked slice of cherry pie, and with all this warm February weather a scoop of vanilla ice cream would go perfectly. Some people are giving up desserts for Lent, but since cherries have antioxidants can we call this a health food? We think so, stop by and enjoy!

Interview with the Author

The Solivita Book Circle and Friends announce tickets are available for an English Country Luncheon and Skype interview with Helen Simonson, author of Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand. The main character, Major Pettigrew leads a quiet life valuing the proper things that Englishmen have lived by for generations: honor, duty, decorum, and a properly brewed cup of tea…until he becomes interested in a Pakistani shopkeeper in his village. Enjoy a delicious English country lunch, stimulating company and full screen interview with author. Friday, March 8th, 12pm in the Starlite Ballroom. Tickets are available thru Connie Singelakis, 353-1041. Call today!

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