The Villages - August 2009 - (Page Cover2)

AUGUST 2009 2 Sharing Lasting Memories Making glass-fused suncatchers at Amazing Glaze, being transformed into clowns, and learning archery skills were among 185 fun activities provided this summer for Villagers’ grandchildren to enjoy at Camp Villages. Features 14 Getting into the Swing of Golf 24 Trains Take Them Back Villagers embrace the New to Golf program, offered by The Villages Golf Academy, where they learn the basics of putting, short shots around the green, golf rules and golf etiquette — everything that’s needed for a great round of golf. The Villages Railroad Historical Society, a group of some 100 Villagers who are dedicated to railroad history, will host the 2009 Train Expo on Aug. 22-23. The event will feature an operating train layout and vendors with railroad memorabilia, books and model trains in all gauges for sale. Hailey Hoffman aims at a balloon-covered archery target while being coached by Ralph Goldsworthy, a member of The Villages Archery Club. The club hosted three instructional events for Camp Villages this summer, introducing more than 50 grandchildren to the sport of archery. (Photo by Marianne Lobaugh) Gloria Hey celebrates as she makes a birdie on Heron hole No. 3. She believes professional help has improved her enjoyment of the game. (Photo by Marianne Lobaugh) Cover AUGUST 2009 WWW.THEVILLAGES.C OM $4.95 winnera Residents share svar activities with visitin iety of fun g grandkids wei ht ThegCooloss p l C am special health issue CUTTIN MEDICAL TECHNG-EDGE OLOGY THE VILLAGE RO LLERS VILLAGES HOSTS 5K RUN

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of The Villages - August 2009

The Villages - August 2009
Sharing Lasting Memories
Getting into the Swing of Golf
Trains Take Them Back
Sports and Recreation
Brain Exercises
Shopping & Dining Guide
Business Briefs
Major Events

The Villages - August 2009