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Alligator in Lake Mastique
Posted on Jan 24th, 2021
A 7 foot alligator has been spotted in our lake.  Stay alert and keep your doggies close.
 
Alligators are common throughout Florida and are usually found in fresh water lakes and ponds.  Lake Mastique and the surrounding Bunche Preserve are salt water environments and alligators will usually avoid this environment. 
     However, alligators do, from time to time, appear in our lake and lie on our beaches.
     If you observe an alligator - follow the understanding we have with that species "we will ignore you and you will ignore us."  In other words - do not approach, frighten or feed the gator.
Book Club
Posted on Jan 24th, 2021
Next book club meeting - Monday, Feb 15 - 7pm in the game room.  The book, "West with the Night," is a 1942 memoir by Beryl Markham, chronicling her experiences growing up in Kenya (then British East Africa) in the early 1900s, leading to celebrated careers as a racehorse trainer and bush pilot there.
 
2021 Board for Mastique 1
Posted on Jan 21st, 2021
Your board for 2021 is: Wayne Kimmel, president (1503); John Schmidt, secretary (1403) and Spencer Timm, treasurer (901)
 
Contact details for board members can be found at the "board" drop down menu at the top of this page.
2021 Board for Mastique 2 Announced
Posted on Jan 21st, 2021
Your new board members for this building are as follows:  President is Roy Huckabay (1804), Vice President is John Keaney (401), Secretary is Jay Johnson (1504), Treasurer is Ted Benjamin (904), and At Large Member is Jack Adams (301). 
 
Contact details for board members can be found at the "board" drop down menu at the top of this page.
Fishing Note
Posted on Jan 19th, 2021
Sheepshead
 
Archosargus probatocephalus, the sheepshead, is a marine fish that grows to 76 cm (30 in), but commonly reaches 30 to 50 cm (10 to 20 in). It is deep and compressed in body shape, with  five or six dark bars on the side of the body over a gray background.
 
The sheepshead is found in coastal waters along the western Atlantic, from Nova Scotia to Brazil, but the greatest concentration is around southwest Florida.  And, considered to be excellent table fare.
 
 
 
Garbage Disposals and High Rise Condominiums
Posted on Jan 19th, 2021
Garbage disposals were installed in all units of our condo; but using them is a really bad idea. With a long vertical discharge route and horizontal connections from each condo unit, there are many opportunities for waste to adhere to the sides, plug the outlet and back up into the condos. And, it happens.  Grease, oil, fat, and fibrous material like celery, onion skin, potato peels and artichokes are the worst.
 
Please scrape all waste from plates and put it in the trash and minimize what does enter the disposal.
Golf, Anyone?
Posted on Jan 19th, 2021
Mastique golf has started for 2021 - Details here
Mastique Prayer/Bible Study
Posted on Jan 19th, 2021
The prayer//bible study group has started for 2021.  Details here
Date Night is Back
Posted on Oct 17th, 2020
Wednesdays are date night!  This year reservations are required.  See Details Here
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