Masters Circle Bocce & River Club Social

This page last updated on January 3rd, 2022 at 02:12 pm

Monday, January 10, 2022

Masters Circle Bocce Season Opener: 3PM – 5PM

River Club Social 5PM – 8PM is cancelled

The dinner at the River Club is cancelled. No reservation is necessary.

All community members, house guests and renters are invited to join our event. Cheer on the teams.

Please remember to wear your Masters name badge.

Text 911 – Lee County

This page last updated on December 22nd, 2021 at 09:33 am

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The Lee Board of County Commissioners and Lee County Sheriff’s Office have announced that county residents and visitors now can send a text to 911 in an emergency.  Placing a voice call to 911 remains the most effective method for requesting emergency assistance.

Text to 911 Only When the Caller is:
– deaf or hard of hearing
– experiencing a medical event that makes clear speech difficult
– in a dangerous situation where unsafe to make a voice call, such as an active shooter, domestic violence incident or home invasion

– use slang, abbreviations, GIFs, or emojis
– send to more than one person – group texts are not received
– text and drive
– send photos and videos  

Text to 911 is only for emergencies. It is a crime to text or call 911 as a “test” or with a false report. When texting to 911 in an emergency: Enter 911 in the “To” field (do not use dashes between numbers) Give your exact location and type of emergency. Keep it brief. Be prepared to answer questions and follow instructions from the 911 call taker.

A text or data plan is required to text to 911 and regular rates apply. Mobile carriers handle texts to 911 like any other message. You can experience the same service speeds or delays, depending on network strength in your area.  

For more information about texting 911 visit:

Rusty Originals: How to Care for Your Wooden Bowls

This page last updated on December 12th, 2021 at 06:29 pm

If you were lucky enough to receive the gift of one of Rusty’s handmade bowls here are his tips for taking care of it:







Secretary’s Notes – December 8th Board Meeting

This page last updated on December 9th, 2021 at 11:45 am

2022 Annual Budget

The Board approved the proposed 2022 Budget which provides for no increase in Resident Assessment for the 2022 calendar year. The ability to keep major vendors at no price increase, coupled with elimination of leaf cleaning, and offset by increased rodent control, permitted no change in assessment. All residents received detailed copies of the proposed budget on November.

Parking and Safety

The Board approved a resolution requesting PSGRC and RRCDD to assess and alleviate serious traffic hazard by vehicles parked on both sides of Masters Circle from Pelican Sound to the corner across the park.

The Board had received many complaints about road blockage with parking on both sides of the road. In addition, many vendors park on east side to use club bathroom facilities which are restricted to members only. Several issues noted that autos on east side just around the corner from stop sign on Masters Circle by the park, block the driver’s vision on incoming vehicles. The Board action is in response from many resident’s concerns.

The Board resolution will be sent by the President to PSGRC / RRCDD with Mr. Swanger and Mr. Jancin attending the RRCDD meeting on December 14, 2021. Communication already sent and confirmation received from RRCDD that issue will be discussed at December 14, 2021 memo.

Mail Boxes

Considerable discussion by meeting attendees on possible solution to mail box situation in the Masters with reference to Gleneagles solution of replacing mail boxes. The Board noted that the comments were appreciated but we needed to take a fresh look at our current situation and also review the Gleneagles solution once installed.

A new mail box Ad Hoc committee of Ben Bachrach and Celeste Eaton was appointed by the President. The President and Board Secretary had formed prior committee. They remain available to support committee new evaluation and recommendations. It was suggested we might want additional volunteers from prior year’s mail box reviews. This is a major expenditure under review for current board. We have been unsuccessful in achieving anticipated useful life of prior purchases in 2012 and 2017.

Recycling and Garbage Cans at Curb Side

A resident asked when cans can be placed at curb. PSGRC regulations state sundown prior day, a blast note will be sent to all residents.

December Agenda

Several topics were deferred till next meeting due to Heather Keel, Cambridge Property Manager had a baby at 2PM today- earlier than expected. Both mom and new baby are doing fine!

DONALD J JANCIN, Board Secretary

                           THE ABOVE ARE NOT OFFICIAL MINUTES

The Masters Holiday Party

This page last updated on November 24th, 2021 at 10:02 am

The Masters Holiday Dinner Dance

Sunday, December 5, 2021  * 5PM – 9PM

Vista Room – Pelican Sound Club House

$35.++ Per Person Plus an additional $5. Per Person (cash) for music by Ron Ruts

Click Here to Register for This Event – Final Numbers are needed no later than December 1st

Click Here to see who has registered

Passed Hors d’ Oeuvres
Pecan Crusted Chicken Brochette,Sweet and Sour Dipping Sauce
Fig, Bacon, Vincotto Spoon – Petite Basil
Domestic and International Cheeses Dates, Figs, Nuts, Ciabatta, Baguettes, Crackers, Honey
Dinner Buffet 6:00pm
Soup Presentation:  
Fennel and Thyme Scented Butternut Bisque
Yeast Rolls and Cinnamon-Raisin Nut Rolls, Salted Butter, Olive Oil
Cold Presentation:
Salad Garden – Arugula and Baby Spinach, Artisan Greens, Romaine Hearts Tomatoes, Carrots, Cucumbers, Beets, Nuts, Croutons Greek Vinaigrette, Blue Cheese Dressing, Honey-Lime Vinaigrette, Ranch Dressing, Oil and Vinegar
Hot Presentation:
Green Beans Almondine, Mélange of Fresh Seasonal Steamed Vegetables, Rosemary, Thyme, and Shallot Roasted Sweet Potatoes and New Potatoes
Pan Seared Sixty South Salmon – Winter Chutney, Butter Emulsion
Carving Station:
Char-grilled Prime Flank Steak – Herb, Garlic, and Shallot Crusted Horseradish Sauce, Red Wine, Beef Jus, Horseradish  
Plated Dessert:
Vanilla Bean Cheesecake – Salted Caramel Sauce, Chambord Raspberries, White Chocolate Crunch  

Thank You Note: MacLeod

This page last updated on November 22nd, 2021 at 07:11 am

Many of you took time to sign the Thinking of You card created by Robin Zeig Greenwood at the Masters Welcome Back Party.

Below is the note of thanks from Sandy & Doug MacLeod:

We are so appreciative of all our neighbors in the Masters community and their
expression of caring, concern and prayers for Sandy and our family during this difficult time.

How great it is while going thru these sometimes dismal days to receive a poster card like this one you all sent, it lifts our spirits and encourages us thru the hard times.

The Lord has really blessed our lives in so many ways and one of them is allowing us to be part of the Masters community.

Thanks to each one and may God richly bless you all.
Doug and Sandy