Pine Island Cove, nestled on Pine Island, near Flamingo Bay, is a well-kept secret. Eagles and Ospreys are abundant, the island is part of Old Florida's Nature, and has some of the best fishing in the world. People from all over the country, and beyond, have come to call this over-55 community "The Cove". They also call it "Home".  

 

 

  

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2015 MEN'S PINE ISLAND COVE (BOATER'S) EMERGENCY CALL LIST (CLICK BELOW)

  

emergencyCALLlistA2.pdf

  

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See Pine Island Cove a week after Hurricane Irma:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr_hN30Dlls 

  

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New: 2018 Bocce Rules, Schedule, and Teams:

2018 Bocce Schedule and teams.pdf  

  

  

  

                                                                            Notice

  

We have added new tabs to allow us to provide you with information on our finances, and our meeting minutes. Just scroll over to the Minutes, or Financial tab at the top of this main page, and click on it.  

Because these pages will contain financial and other information we wish to provide only to members, you will need a User Name and Password to enter that page. The office sent out a group email to all Pine Island Cove homeowners with the User Name and Password. If you did not receive it just check with the office.

  

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Drone Photos of Pine Island Cove and Pine Island

  

The following link will take you to a gallery of the best Pine Island Cove sunrise and sunset drone photos I have taken over the past two years.

https://steverussell.smugmug.com/Aerial-Photos/Pine-Island-Cove-Aerial/

  

This link will take you to drone photos, primarily of Pine Island: 

https://steverussell.smugmug.com/Aerial-Photos/Aerial/

  

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                                                                     Fish Fry - Nov. 18, 2017

CHECK OUT THESE LINKS (BELOW)

 VIDEOS OF PINE ISLAND COVE, FROM THE AIR

                                     

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Pv12YnrZeI

  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XruNjA_SY6o

  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrAX_82cLhA

  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBjINuvfKiU

  

See more Pine Island videos at:  

http://mypineislandcove.com/main/page_videos.html

 

    

Homer Dangler, a Pine Island Cove resident and subject of our first “They Live Among Us” article, recently completed his third homebuilt aircraft. Built entirely from plans, consisting of 110 pages of blue prints, each 2 feet by 3 feet, the aluminum skinned aircraft took Homer 10 years to build. The airplane is powered by a 120 horsepower engine, providing enough power to cruise at up to 190 mph. This type of aircraft was designed by Sonex, and it is fully aerobatic.

2017 Bocce Champions

  

With a record of 10 wins and 2 losses

  

Team members:

Tim Garant (Captain)

Jean Murphy

Joan Gilbert

Gary Scott

  

Pine Island Cove 2017 Bocce final standings .pdf  

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Hog Roast

March 4, 2017

Pine Island Cove World War II Veterans Honored

Six World War II veterans were honored on March 27th by the Nimble Thimbles, who in association with the Quilts of Valor organization, awarded quilts to each of the veterans in a "wrapping" ceremony. Attendance was great, with standing room only. The PIC Choral Club and Pine Island VFW Color Guard also participated. The six veterans are: Lionel "Hap" Metivier, William "Mack" Luten, Frank Furia, Lloyd Evans, Lloyd Dysart, and Homer Dangler. We thank these veterans, and all veterans, for their service to our country.

Aerial views of Pine Island Cove, by Steve Russell  

Pine Island Cove 360 degree panorama

The Pine Island Cove Men’s Club was formed long ago, both for camaraderie, and to make improvements and repairs in the park. Every man who lives in the park is automatically a member. The benefits include getting to know many of the men who are your neighbors, and the knowledge that you are doing something to help out where you live. Their activities include hosting the monthly Men’s Club breakfasts at the clubhouse, and work parties every Monday morning, followed by a lunch at the pavilion.

  

Most all of the things you see in the common areas of the park have been constructed or repaired by the Men’s Club. But things you don’t see, like tangles of brush, debris from hurricanes, fallen trees, etc. are no longer there because of the Men’s Club. Every year, their efforts save ten’s of thousands of dollars in expenses for the park. The money they raise at the monthly breakfasts is used for good causes.

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Men's Club Work, January 15, 2018

*Cleaned the generator in preparation for its sale.

*Installed a wash-up sink next to the ice machine.

*Removed the old cover on the pavilion, and installed a new cover.

*Tree trimming by the chipping area.

*Removed a Brazilian pepper tree for a neighbor.

  

 

Men’s Club Work, January 8, 2018

*Gravel/dirt along Gulfgate. Dirt was placed into the ruts on the side of the road. Not complete     yet. 

*Clean drain at trees on Gulfgate. The drain from the South across from the boat ramp gets clogged with debris and keeping it cleaned out is beneficial. Complete. 

*Stripe on boat ramp  The stripe at the top of the ramp had worn away so was repainted. It helps guide boaters squarely onto the ramp. Complete. 

*Bench/table  Not done yet 

*Bury bricks to make parking spaces at boat ramp.  In process. Parking spaces are being marked in a permanent manner for overflow parking of vehicles with  trailers or cars alone. 

*Spray weeds at entrance. Not completed yet 

*Dig ditch for water at new shed. CompleteClean up gear by bike rack Complete. Gear is for the boat lift. 

*Fix fence by Roger Sharp. Complete

*Take star down at Carol and Gary’s Schmidt’s House. Complete 

*Fill road holes with cold patch. Not complete yet. 

*Trim tree along Porpics. Complete. 

  

  

  

 

Sunset at Mallory Square, Key West -- taken between two anchored cruise ships

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