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Eagle Point Social Committee
The Eagle Point Social Committee facilitates many activities for our residents. A list of the activity coordinators for each of these ongoing events and their contact information is posted on the hallway bulletin board in the Social Hall. If you have questions or want more information about a particular event, contact the activity coordinator.
Bingo is played during the winter season on Wednesdays at 7 p.m., in the Social Hall. There is a small charge for each card played. Free coffee and snacks are served during the break between games 10 and 11.
The Big Red Bus from the Florida Blood Center comes to Eagle Point four times during the year. Residents who are able to donate blood are encouraged to participate. Each donor is usually given a t-shirt and/or a small gift of appreciation. Notices are posted in the Social Hall when the next blood drive will occur.
Eagle Point has a mixed bowling league that meets on Thursday mornings from November through March at All Star Lanes in North Ft. Myers. The league is divided into two sessions. Residents interested in joining a team or being a substitute bowler for one or both sessions should contact the bowling league coordinator.
Several card games, such as bridge, euchre, poker and Texas hold’em, are played weekly at Eagle Point. Sign-up sheets for some of the card games are on the bulletin board in the Social Hall dining room. Others are open for residents to join without signing up ahead of time. Check the monthly calendar for specific times and locations of these various card games.
Chat and Sew
This group meets on Tuesdays from 12 – 1:30 p.m. in the activities/library room in the Social Hall. Residents can bring a craft such as knitting, crocheting or needlepoint; and sit, chat and sew with their neighbors. Participants exchange patterns and ideas and are willing to help anyone interested in learning a new craft.
Coffee hour is held in the Social Hall every Saturday morning beginning at 8 a.m. This is a good way to meet with your neighbors and stay current on Eagle Point news. Donuts are served at 8:30 a.m. at a cost of fifty cents each. Announcements are made about 8:45 a.m., which include important park news, upcoming events, birthday celebrations and introductions of guests and new residents. Split-the-pot tickets are sold for $1 each with three prizes awarded weekly. Occasionally, speakers come to coffee hour to address various topics of interest.
A complimentary breakfast is served during coffee hour by the hosting state group on the first Saturday of the month--November through March.
Craft classes, such as painting, are regularly offered. Sign-up sheets are posted in the Social Hall for those interested in participating.
Getting in shape or staying that way, is easy at Eagle Point. Several ways to exercise and have fun while doing so are offered on a daily or weekly basis. Zumba, stretch and tone, line dancing, walking to tapes, biking and water aerobics in the heated pool are some of the exercise programs that residents can participate in. Check the monthly calendar for the day, time and place these exercise programs occur.
Eagle Point has a men’s league and a mixed league that golf weekly at various golf courses in the area.
Those wishing to improve their putting skills can practice on the Eagle Point putting greens located on Outer Drive next to the horseshoe pits.
Horseshoes is another great way to exercise and have fun with family and friends. The horseshoe pit is located next to the boat storage area and is available for resident to use. Eagle Point also has an award winning horseshoe team that practices on Monday mornings at 9 a.m. Team play (home or away) takes place on Wednesday beginning at 8:30 a.m.
The men of Eagle Point gather on Wednesday mornings about 7:30 a.m. for breakfast and lively conversations in the Sky-view Café at the Punta Gorda Airport.
Shuffleboard is available for all residents and their guests. The courts are located behind the mail boxes. Shuffleboard equipment is available for residents to use and is kept in the mail-tube building. Guests should be accompanied by a resident when using the shuffleboard courts and equipment.
Mixed shuffleboard is played on Monday afternoons beginning at 1:30 p.m. Signing up ahead of time for mixed shuffling is not required.
Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners
Eagle Point residents, who are in town during the holiday season, are invited to attend a traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner in the Social Hall dining room. For the price of a $5 a ticket and a covered dish to share, residents can have a great meal and enjoy the holiday with their family and friends without all the work. The main course of meat, potatoes, rolls and dessert is provided. Residents also bring their own table service and table decorations to these two dinners and are encouraged to take them to the Social Hall earlier in the day to set up their table. A sign-up sheet is posted on the dining room bulletin board for seating arrangements and food donations.
The Eagle Point Women’s Cub is not a social committee sponsored event, but is an ongoing social event at Eagle Point. It is free and open to all women of Eagle Point. The Women’s Club is primarily a service organization, which raises funds for local charities and Eagle Point special projects. Their main fundraisers are the Annual Craft Show and Luncheon held in December and the Rummage Sale and Luncheon held in January. A special Christmas meeting with a gift exchange takes place in December. The last meeting of the season is a dining-out luncheon that takes place at a local restaurant. Dessert and coffee are served at every meeting.
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