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2000 Heritage Pines Drive
Morrisville, NC 27560
Betty Landes, Director
(P) 919-466-0016
(F) 919-466-0014


Special Events
Ladies Lunch
Bus Trips
Pot Luck Dinner
Men’s Breakfast

Heritage Happenings 
Hot Off  The Press


Mexican Pot Luck &Pool Opening Party
Sunday, May 4 at 6:00 pm– bring your dish; it does not have to be Mexican—the Mariachi Los Galleros band will provide the music from 6.30 pm—until 8:00 pm—you can sign up in the lobby for this event. Ideas for food will be listed on the clipboard.

Jazz Brunch
Sunday, May 18—music will be
provided by Charlie Chiklis and the Moonlighters from 11 am until 3:00 pm. Irregardless Café will provide a brunch from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm and a sweets bar from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm. Reservations must be made by May 12.

Community Bake Sale—Auction
On Saturday, May 17—we are using this event as a fundraiser for buying the defibrillator for the
clubhouse. It will be a fun evening, and you can buy items to eat there or take home. Coffee, tea and sodas will be available. Remember that this is for a good cause. Please let the office know if you are going to donate a “sweet treat” for the auction.

Memorial Day Cookout
Will be held on Monday, May 26 at 5:00 pm. The clubhouse will provide hotdogs, hamburgers and buns. You are asked to bring other items to share. There will be a sign up sheet in the lobby.  Reservations are needed by Monday, May 19.

To Mert Sirota—who made billiards “ first” at the clubhouse. He sunk the “8” ball on the break. Way to go, Mert!


...the names and/or pictures of family members who died in our nation’s service, which you would like remembered on Memorial Day. We are planning a display at the clubhouse. Please bring your information to the clubhouse office by Wednesday, May 14.

Memorial Day
...Memorial Day represents one day of national awareness and reverence, honoring those Americans who died while defending our Nation and its values. While we should honor these heroes every day for the profound
contribution they have made to securing our Nation’s freedom, we should honor them especially on Memorial Day…
William J. Clinton, May 2, 2000

May Birthdays

1-Joan Wark
4-Sandy Giovino
8-Betty Morgan
13-Steve Dzuba
14-Virginia Kiehne
20-Bob Woessner
20-George Zevgolis
24-Joan Ward
29-Don Duck
30-Lou DeCellis
31-Mary Hodes

Welcome New Neighbors

Don & Joan Ward
Thinking of You
Nancy Clark
Janie Couch
Dorothy Egan
Tom Egan
Joe Lacenere
Shirley Rieck
Al and Marge Roos

Wedding Anniversaries

4-Dave & Doris Manning
18-Don & Audrey Duck
19-Dick & Vicki Shannon
21-Drew & Judy Smith
25-Joe & Angie Lacenere





If you have guests visiting, please remember that you must accompany them at any of the
community property.

Bus Book:

The new sign up pages will be available on Monday, April 28 at 10:30 am. The book will be divided by the week, and each week will be placed in a different area of the clubhouse. This is working quite well and we are not experiencing any traffic jams. Remember to put your name on the waiting list. If you do not get on this bus trip, we will plan another one at a later date.

Around the Clubhouse 

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New homeowners Dick and Simone Curtis at last month’s Pot Luck Dinner.
Gerry Mongrain is checking out the #42 Peak Antifreeze car at the Richard Petty Museum.
Bob and Clare Cady give the winning smile and wave in front of “King” Richard’s #43.
Neighbor Billy Upchurch shares his knowledge of growing up in this area and what the area was like when it was still a farming
Bob Hodes must be announcing that Mert Sirota sunk the 8 ball on the break. Marilyn Sirota, Marie Miskowitz and Peggy Sheaffer are happy for Mert.
Three smiling faces—Lee Mazan, Johanna Truncale and Millie Hellmann are enjoying the
newcomers social.