November 8-14, 2020

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I continue to track all the latest news and updates as it relates to coronavirus in The Villages.

You can read this week’s coronavirus updates here.


The Villages is home to one of the highest concentrations of veterans of any community in the nation.

Based on a suggestion from a reader, and timed perfectly with the Veteran’s Day Holiday this week, I’ve added a handful of cool facts about veterans in the The Villages to my collection of Cool Facts About The Villages. Check it out!

If you served our country, allow me to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU for your service.


We had a little brush with a late-season Tropical Storm this week and as a result, live entertainment in the squares was cancelled for a couple nights. Hopefully Eta didn’t blow anyone’s early Christmas decorations away!

Eta moves across Florida (The Villages Daily Sun)

If any of you reading this are from the New England area and are still sour grapes over losing Tom Brady to my Bucs, you might find this story amusing.

TOM BRADY LOST DOCK, 2 JET SKIS… In Tropical Storm Eta (TMZ)


It’s not news that the coronavirus threw everything out of whack this year. But what’s becoming clear, especially as we enter the holiday season, is that it has put an extra strain on charitable organizations that rely on volunteers to fulfill their missions. Are you in a position to help?

Charitable groups need holiday helpers (The Villages Daily Sun)


Last week I mentioned the journey of Rusty Nelson, who is getting ready to make a Lifestyle Visit to The Villages and documenting the entire journey.

This week Rusty has put together a great video with all of the websites, books, and other resources he’s used so far in learning about The Villages.

My humble little site even makes an appearance. Thanks for the plug Rusty 😉


That’s all for now!

Thanks for reading, and I’ll see you back here next week!

– Ryan

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