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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THANK YOU …

Thank you to all who attended the fourth-annual-summer Fish Fry. We had close to 100 enjoying a great time.   Thank you to Bob Tytula & Darwin Powell for cooking the fish, Gene Auge for being a runner, Rick Cooper for cooking the French fries, Mack Luten for cooking the hush puppies, Joyce Cooper for scrubbing 20 pounds of potatoes for our French fries, Doris Young and Ginger Turner for helping batter & put the fish in the cooler and help clean up, and Cherie Wilcox for cleaning our kitchen.  Thank you again to everyone. 

Looking forward to the fifth-annual-Fish Fry next summer. 

-- Darwin and Pauline Powell

  

FLOWERLAND CLASSES

(CLICK ON THE TWO LINKS BELOW (IN RED) TO LEARN 

MORE ABOUT THE CLASSES HELD AT

FLOWERLAND (IN KALAMAZOO, MICHIGAN)

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2015 BOCCE INFO CLICK BELOW:      

Bocce Teams 2015.pdf 

  

Bocce Schedule 26 Teamsxyz.pdf    

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

  

emergencyCALLlistA2.pdf  

THANK YOU . . .  

I want to thank all of my friends and neighbors who sent cards, flowers and gifts of condolences after losing my beloved Shih Tzu, Krystal on Feb 28.  I appreciate the phone calls, support and love YOU have all given me during my grief.  The gratitude is deeply felt at this very difficult time.  God bless you all for your thoughtfulness and kindness.

Sincerely,  Jeanne Dumas

  

Check out the link below for Randy Wayne White's 2015 Book Signing of "Cuba Straits" at Doc Ford's Restaurant at Ft. Myers Beach

  

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w9ld37ru4lw1qd5/DSCN9025.MOV?dl=0

  

  

CLICK ON THE "PROM" TAB (ABOVE) FOR 2015 SENIOR PROM PHOTOS -- THEY ARE NOW DOWNLOADED

  

  

SCROLL DOWN A LITTLE FURTHER FOR MORE INFO ...

Volunteer, Helmut Stuetzle, working on the front entrance to the Pine Island "Cove" (MORE PICTURES TO FOLLOW)

Photos compliments of Rita McArdle and others ...

Volunteer Helmut Stuetzle working on the front wall of the Cove entrance

TTtPhoto abovThanks to Mary Jo Lanzen for the pictures -- above and below

  

hhhand below by Mary Jo Lanzen

Photo (left)

compliments of

Claudia 

Tytula

Thanks to Steve Russell for the picture (above) of the new Pine Island Cove entrance sign ...

Thanks to Jill Davidson for the recently updated pictures -- Dated 05/19/2013

  

The editor thanks the year -around residents of Pine Island Cove for sending updated photos of the progress of the new Pine Island Cove entrance sign(s).

CLICK ON THIS LINK (Thanks Steve Russell) TO SEE  UPCLOSE NESTING OSPREYS AT PIC:  052013GRAPEVINEsteveX.do

Construction of the Fish Cleaning Station Tiki Hut ...  (04-14-2013)    (below)

Photos by Joan Dobbin

  

Iguana --

This invasive species reproduces rapidly and has adapted very well to the Florida ecosystem. They eat bird eggs, turtle eggs, and much more.

This one was photographed here at Pine Island Cove.  CLINK ON THIS LINK:   iguana.pdf 

  

My name is Dick Thomas. I volunteer at the Cape Coral Hospital Thrift Store located across from the hospital on Del Prado Blvd. Before you discard any items please give me a call, we may be able to sell them at the store, and all the money raised goes to improvements at the hospital. If I cannot get it into my van, arrange-ments will be made for pickup.

Thank You!

Dick Thomas 7126 Drum Drive

239-283-3563  

Aerial view (above) of Pine Island Cove courtesy of Steve Russell

Aerial picture of Pine Island Cove courtesy of Steve Russell

Beach by the Calusa Indian Mound (Pineland)

Beach at Calusa Indian Mound

  

  

  

  

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

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