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Le Rondelet Christmas Celebration 2017
 
Le Rondelet residents continued the community’s annual holiday tradition, Dec. 10, with the ceremonial lighting of the Christmas tree.
 
HOA President Ed Lazarski welcomed residents to the event with a champagne toast to the season.  He then introduced Pinkee Lauridsen, one of Le Rondelet’s original residents, who gave the countdown that produced a blaze of light and brought the tree to life for the celebration.  
 
After the cocktail hour, everyone adjourned to the Cabaña where Nina Ladzinski and her committee had arranged for a holiday feast of delicious entrees, side dishes, and dessert.
 
Wine, good food, fellowship.  The celebration was a fitting occasion to launch the Christmas season.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Le Rondelet Celebrates Newly Renovated Cabaña With Ribbon-Cutting Party
 
The ceremonial cutting of a red ribbon formally opened the newly renovated
Cabaña.  From left are Joann Landis, committee chair Jennifer Blough, HOA
President Ed Lazarski, Kappy Paul and Jan Morton.
 
It was a striking contrast that greeted Le Rondelet residents, Aug. 10, during a ribbon-cutting party in the newly renovated Cabaña. 
 
Gone was the outdated appearance.  In its place was new flooring, refurbished seating with brightly colored cushions, fresh wallpaper, attractive artwork that reflects the color scheme, all-new kitchen appliances and cabinetry, new ceiling fans and lighting – décor that was welcoming and pleasing to the eye.
 
“It was a good effort, and a great outcome,” HOA President Ed Lazarski said during welcoming remarks.  As some 60 residents applauded, committee chair Jennifer Blough snipped the ceremonial red ribbon to formally open the Cabaña.  Joining her during the ceremony were Lazarski, and committee members Joann Landis, Kappy Paul and Jan Morton.
 
Then, it was party time.  Joan Gregor and her committee – Nina Ladzinski, Sandy Perlatti, and Rita Orcino – had assembled a feast that included wine and champagne, a variety of hors d’eurvers and salad, dip and chips, cookies, cakes, and fruit.
 
The committee also arranged an “ice-breaker” to start the festivities.  Each resident was given a balloon which, when popped, revealed a slip of paper with a question.  The guests circulated among the crowd asking such questions as, “What’s your favorite color, and why?”; “What’s your favorite university?”; and “What was your first job?”  The game got the evening going, and provoked laughter and conversation.
 
The Cabaña – like the Library – now will be open during business hours every weekday for use by residents and their guests.  Residents can sign out a key to the Cabaña from building manager Nick Linarelli.  The resident who signs out the key will be responsible for ensuring that the room is left in a clean and presentable condition.
 
To use the Cabaña at night or on weekends, or for a private event after business hours, residents must make a reservation with the building manager.  A $25 fee, and a refundable $50 deposit, will be required to use the room for a private event.
 
Planning the food and entertainment for the ribbon-cutting party were, from left,
Nina Ladzinski, committee chair Joan Gregor, Sandy Perlatti and Rita Orcino.
 
Joan Gregor, center, explains the ice-breaker game to residents attending the
ribbon-cutting party in the Cabaña.
 
Sharon Heard pops a balloon during the ice-breaker to reveal the question she’ll
ask other party-goers.
 
Enjoying the evening’s event are, from left, Fay Horner, Rita Orcino, Sandy
Perlatti, Sally Cuff and Bill Heard.
 
Sharing a moment during the ribbon-cutting party are, from left, Dick Adams,
Bob Stewart and Walt Phaler.
 
Photos from the Cabaña ribbon-cutting party:
 
 
 
 
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Monthly Game Night Morphs
Into Le Rondelet Social Event
 
Le Rondelet’s second-Tuesday game nights have evolved into a social event that’s growing more popular every month.  All residents and their guests are invited to attend.
 
Some 30 residents – owners and tenants alike – attended the most recent social event on Tuesday, April 12, in the Lobby.  There were plenty of snacks, wine, and soft drinks – as well as conversation in every corner of the Lobby seating area.
 
And, eventually, a group gathered to play games at tables set up near the front of the room.
 
Joan Gregor worked with Rita Orcini and others to organize the social event.  Notices are placed in the Lobby and in the elevators announcing the events, which are scheduled at 7 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month.
 
Game nights and the social are normally held in the Cabana, but due to the on-going renovation, that room has not been available the last two months.  The event will be moved back to the Cabana when the construction is completed.
 
Resident Karen Miller and game night organizer Joan Gregor paused at a table
loaded with refreshments.
 
It was a friendly gathering that filled the Le Rondelet lobby during the April 12
social event.
 
Gathered around the table for a game of Sequence are, from left, Fay Horner,
Nina Ladzinski, Sandy Perlatti, Bob Stewart, and Rita Orcini.
 
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