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SUMMERGLEN RESIDENTS DONATE MORE THAN $33,000
TO MARION COUNTY HOMELESS CHILDREN AND YOUTH

The residents of the SummerGlen community in South Marion County have donated $33,083 to the Homeless Children & Youth Program of the Marion County Public Schools, as the proceeds of a golf tournament and other events held by the community on November 8, 2008.

Residents presented Homeless Children & Youth Coordinator Suzanne McGuire with the donation at a recent Homeowners’ Association meeting.  The money will be used to purchase school supplies, clothing, emergency food and other necessities for more than 900 children served by the school system program.
Named “Bright House Scramble For The Future,” in honor of its major donating sponsor—Bright House Networks of Ocala, the golf tournament included more than 100 players who competed for prizes donated by local businesses.  In addition, SummerGlen residents held an auction and other events to raise additional funds for the Homeless Children & Youth Program.
Suzanne McQuire, Marion County School System’s liaison for homeless children, said that the money raised by the community is vital to serve children in the area who not only have no permanent home.  “The community of SummerGlen has been instrumental in the support of our cause through their donations of school supplies for our “Stuff The Bus” program, as well as their substantial cash contributions,” she noted.

In photo above, Suzanne McGuire (third from left) accepts a check for $33,083.48 from SummerGlen representatives (left to right) Sue Dancause, Ruth Barren, Eleana Johnson and Charlyn Kelleher, all of whom helped coordinate the community’s efforts to raise money for the Marion County Homeless Children and Youth Fund.


SUMMERGLEN GRAND HALL COMING IN 2009

SummerGlen has announced plans for the addition of more than 8,000 square feet of additional meeting space in a new Grand Hall facility to be constructed in 2009. This building is the third and final building in SummerGlen's Town Center and will sit between the already completed SummerGlen Residents’ Club and SummerGlen Golf Club.

Plans for the Grand Hall include a catering kitchen, stage area, giant screen projection TV system and sound system. This facility will also house offices for the SummerGlen Homeowners’ Association.

Although an exact construction schedule has not been announced, SummerGlen's builder Florida Leisure Communities says that it expects to complete the Grand Hall before the end of 2009,

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For an enlarged view of the Grand Hall floorplan, click here.


MIC'S 19TH HOLE NOW OFFERS DAILY DINNER SPECIALS

SummerGlen's very own community restaurant Mic's 19th Hole Cafe is now offering residents special dining experiences several nights each week. From 4-7pm on selected evenings, residents can enjoy special theme menus, including Italian, Mexican and barbeque. In addition, Mic's regular dinner menu is available every evening of the week.

Mic's offers full bar service with your favorite beverages served either inside or on the screened lanai overlooking the beautiful SummerGlen Golf Course. For more information on Mic's 19th Hole Cafel, click here. Call for weekly specials.

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