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Old 03-11-2014, 08:58 AM
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I rented the large room at the Chatham Rec Center. Cost was $52 per hour x 2 hours + sales tax. I also had to give them a $75 refundable cleaning deposit which was returned to me in the mail two weeks after the event.

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Old 03-11-2014, 09:10 AM
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How much are the daily/quarterly/annual fees?
The daily fee is about $5 or $6. I'm not sure of the quarterly or annual fee but sometimes when the snowbirds leave, they run some really good specials on the longer term memberships. I think at one time they were offering a 90day special at about $100?? I could be wrong, but watch for it, they don't advertise it to the masses.... LOL.
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Usage of the rooms at a Neighborhood Rec. Center is free for residents. For Regional Rec. Centers, there is a charge.

I just reserved a room at the Hibiscus Rec. Center for a Meet & Greet. This is a one-time-only group gathering and not any sort of social or sanctioned club.

To reserve a room or to get information, call:

Room Reservations
352-674-1810

Not so Mike.



The residents of our village use the Laurel Manor regional rec center room once a month for our meeting for no charge.


As I tried to point out, if you have people at your meeting that do not have a resident ID card/or are NOT residents than you will be charged at any rec centers. So a club such as a Sumter County group, with members who do NOT live here will be charged .
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memason: You are a good man Charlie brown always factual and informative. Thank you
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The daily fee is about $5 or $6. I'm not sure of the quarterly or annual fee but sometimes when the snowbirds leave, they run some really good specials on the longer term memberships. I think at one time they were offering a 90day special at about $100?? I could be wrong, but watch for it, they don't advertise it to the masses.... LOL.
You are right Kathie. I know because I took advantage of the $100 fee for 90 days and went 3 times! I think the daily fee is still $5.00.
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So much for "Living in Paradise". We pay for everything we use. Even the Fitness Centers.

I hear Del Webb and Stonecrest provide very nice Fitness Centers at no daily, quarterly , or annual fee.

Ok, let me have it for the blasphemy!!!! No, I don't want to move.
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:51 AM
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So much for "Living in Paradise". We pay for everything we use. Even the Fitness Centers.

I hear Del Webb and Stonecrest provide very nice Fitness Centers at no daily, quarterly , or annual fee.

Ok, let me have it for the blasphemy!!!! No, I don't want to move.


The rec centers, both neighborhood and regional are FREE if all involved are residents.


You aren't really supposed to charge anything. Some volunteer teachers will have a fee for certain things like printing or paints they "sell", but it isn't supposed to happen that way. I can't blame them, they spend a good deal of time in preparation. They will have someone pass the hat..but that isn't really tickity boo.


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And you don't think you pay for these these things at Del Webb and Stonecrest?

you do, in other ways, no free lunch.

Also those communities I just guess don't had the added appreciation in value nor can they sell their homes as quickly if they wish.
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Old 03-11-2014, 09:56 AM
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The rec centers, both neighborhood and regional are FREE if all involved are residents
I was told the same as jim stated below, not free even if all are residents, it's only to recognized clubs, call Pam Henry is you wish.

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I rented the large room at the Chatham Rec Center. Cost was $52 per hour x 2 hours + sales tax. I also had to give them a $75 refundable cleaning deposit which was returned to me in the mail two weeks after the event.
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Old 03-11-2014, 10:01 AM
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I was told the same as jim stated below, not free even if all are residents, it's only to recognized clubs, call Pam Henry is you wish.


You are right, but a recognized club has a very wide range. They just don't want people using the rec rooms for for profit things...for free. And they don't want clubs that have a membership of outside people who do not pay the amenity fees.


Makes sense to me.


They have a Cincinnati club and they have a Long Island club, but probably no nudist club.
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