A Publication of the Carolina Shores Property Owners Association for the sole use of its members
To Contact Board Members or the POA: 579-2044 or e-mail at:
Board Members: Joyce Dunn Davis - President, Monty Craig - Vice President, Bill Harniman - Treasurer,
Al Franklin - Director, Mike Mundy - Director, Vicki Samuels - Secretary
Editor: Diana Mardall
Volume 25, Issue 5
May 2006


The CSPOA Board of Directors met in a closed session on Tuesday, April 4, to fill the Board vacancy created by the resignation of Peg McDonald. Mike Mundy was selected and will complete Peg’s elected term on the Board. Following that decision, the newly constituted Board elected Joyce Dunn Davis as President. The CSPOA Board members are:

Joyce Dunn Davis, President
Monty Craig, Vice-President
Bill Harniman, Treasurer
Al Franklin, Director
Mike Mundy, Director

The Board is recruiting members for the Standing Committees that will provide guidance to the Board on issues important to the community. Those committees are: Recreation; Communications; Facility Maintenance; Finance and Audit; and Architectural Control. Please contact the POA office or send an email to to learn more.
Joyce Dunn Davis


The bi-monthly meetings of the CSPOA Board will be held at 7pm in the POA Clubhouse on the following dates during the remainder of 2006:

May 22 (Monday)
July 17 (Monday)
September 25 (Monday)
November 13 (Monday)

These meetings are open to all members in good standing of the CSPOA. Each meeting will include a segment for member comments, questions, and discussion.


The annual POA Memorial Weekend Picnic will take place on Sunday, May 28 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. (rain date Monday, May 29) at the picnic area beside the swimming pool. The POA will provide free hotdogs and sodas. Activities will include a Bocce competition, bingo games, cash raffle, and lots of socializing with your neighbors. To learn more about the picnic or to sign up to help the committee, contact picnic chair Mary Frances Ryon, 575-8343.


The New Friends Potluck Club will host a pool potluck party on Saturday, June 10, at 6:00 p.m. at the POA pool. Everyone is invited. You bring your bathing suit and a dish to share. The New Friends provide ice, soft drinks, and paper products. For more information, or to sign up, call Joyce Dunn Davis (575-0825,


Recently, the clubhouse carpet has suffered major staining by party groups spilling food. Currently there are several very large and very ugly stains left by groups who didn’t see fit to clean up their spills. Several of these stains are unlikely to come up even with professional cleaning. If someone in your group spills food or drinks on the carpet PLEASE immediately clean it up. There are cans of carpet cleaner under the kitchen sink. Even a quick application of cold water can make a big difference.


The pool will be opening May 14, 2006. On May 13, 2006 the pool committee will be cleaning and setting out the tables and chairs. They could use any help that you can give. I know we all appreciate this group doing this job each year. Thank you for your time. Also, as we start a new season for the pool lets remember the guidelines that have been established so each person can enjoy the pool. Thanks for your cooperation.
Al Franklin


The Carolina Shores Care Team members is putting wrapped and labeled casseroles (and other dinner items) in the freezer section of the refrigerator in the POA Clubhouse kitchen. These meals are for people who are suffering from an injury or health problem that makes it difficult to cook. The freezer will operate on an honor system, with no formal request required – if you are sick or injured please help yourself. Anyone who would like to contribute a dish is welcome to put it in the freezer. Just label it, saying what the dish is and whether it contains salt, sugar, or milk products.



Several driveways and yards in Carolina Shores are abloom in hanging baskets of gorgeous flowers. They are being "mothered" until Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 11, 12 and 13 when they will go on sale at the Hickman's Crossroads and Shallotte Libraries. This is part of the "Charlie's Flowers" effort that last year brought over $10,000 to various charities in Brunswick County. Charlie has volunteers all over the County who grow the plants from seed in their homes, other volunteers who re-plant them into the hanging baskets, still others who then take them to their homes to water and care for them until they are ready for sale. He uses only the best soils and growth materials and these plants thrive! The last step in the process for Charlie's Flowers is the volunteers who do the selling for Literacy Council, Hospice, Family Assistance Agency, Habitat For Humanity and several other agencies all within Brunswick County.
If you would like to help by volunteering a couple of hours on any of the 3 days at the Libraries, please call Teddy Altreuter at 579-1057. You can also stop by my house and a couple of my neighbors here on Sand Dollar Court to buy a couple of plants before the sale. If you like to watch the flowers mature yourself, these are already beautiful and you will see how even more beautiful they will become.


Play golf at the beautiful Carolina National Golf Course at Winding River Plantation and help the Brunswick County Literacy Council in its efforts to improve the reading skills of adults and children throughout our County. The date is Saturday, June 17. The format is Captain’s Choice. Shotgun start is 8:30am. The cost to enter is $70 per player which covers carts, greens fees, beverages, snacks, lunch and golf prizes for all players. There will be prizes of $300, $200 and $100 awarded to the top 3 finishers in each of the following categories: Men, Women and Mixed Foursomes. There will be a separate Hole In One contest for a trip to Hawaii or $10,000. Through the generosity of ATMC, BB&T and Security Savings Bank, who are our sponsors, all proceeds will go toward the work of the Brunswick County Literacy Council. If you are reading this and you play golf, you should want to support this wonderful charity, which provides entirely free tutoring in reading to adults and children all over our County. To sign up, call Teddy Altreuter at 579-1057 or the Literacy Council at 754 READ (7323).


The POA is putting together an email distribution list that will allow the Board and the office to quickly communicate with POA members about issues that are important and/or time critical. This list will be used only by the POA and will not be shared with any other individuals or organizations. Your email address will not be visible to the other members on the list. We hope this will become a useful tool for quickly getting information out to large numbers of members. To participate, send an email to and include your real name so we will know who is joining the list.


Own a motorcycle? Thinking about buying one? Let's get together! Several of us novice riders have talked about forming a Carolina Shores Bike club. It would be an opportunity to get together on a regular basis to share info., plan group trips, etc. If this peaks your interest, call Charles McIntyre at 570-4403 or email at: (PLEASE NOTE THE PHONE NUMBER. The one in last month’s Bulletin was incorrect.)


Remember to visit the unofficial website for our community. The site is loaded with photos of clubs, golfers, quilters, etc. It has three new features: Life Master Bridge Player Nancy Bradbury, Kay Kennedy, and the Connells -- highly skilled amateur photographers and frequent visitors to national parks in the United States and Canada. There are new Neighborhood photos. There are Important Announcements, including information on upcoming charity golf tournaments. The webmaster requests photos from any resident activities, residents' yards and flowers, and even exceptional photos that you take in our nearby surroundings. Send them to or click on the Contact button at the top of the site to transmit them. If you wish to have someone take photos at an event, please write to the webmaster or call Jo O'Keefe at 579-0655 to see if arrangements can be made. Thanks for your support!


We held our regular meeting at the POA and had delicious goodies as usual, brought in by our ladies. Next month, May 17th we are going on an afternoon boat ride at Barefoot Landing. The cost is $12, be at the dock by 12:00 p.m. Following the boat ride we’ll have a late lunch at T-Bonz Restaurant. This will be a fun day! Call Madeline Mahoney if you want to go or have any questions.
Jane Mahncke



The New Friends first Carolina Shores Arts and Crafts Festival will be held in the POA Clubhouse on Saturday, June 10 from 1-5pm. Artists, photographers, and crafters of all kinds (hand-crafted items only) are invited to sign up for a table to exhibit and sell their works. Crafters should call Lynn Darby to sign up (579-7526) and artists and photographers should call Grayce Farley (579-3995) or Mary Zio (579-2056). Deadline for signing up is May 9. Everyone who plans to participate is asked to attend the New Friends meeting at the POA at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, May 9. will be at the New Friends meeting at the POA, Tuesday, May 9th at 10:00 AM. See or the Community Bulletin Board in the POA clubhouse for posters announcing the event. It is open only to residents of Carolina Shores. Volunteers are also needed to help set up the exhibit space on June 10.


After many years of dedicated service, our water aerobics instructor, Bobbie Henry, will be turning in her towel and whistle for maps and binoculars as she travels the land. Lots of luck, Bobbie, and Happy Trails! In order for classes to continue, we need someone with some experience to take over at our pool to help keep us in summer shape! Previously, we have met Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from 9 am until 10 am, but details can be flexible. If there is anyone in the community interested in leading this very enjoyable and worthwhile activity, please contact Sue O'Reilly at 579-3773.


The tennis community extends a big Thank You to Lynn Darby for adding life, color and pizzazz to our bulletin board--it looks great! We are seeing some new folks at our open tennis every Monday Wednesday and Friday and welcome anyone else who would care to join us. Open tennis is from 9:00am to 11:00am and all who show up will get to play. Don't forget to bring your own drinking water since we are still without a drinking fountain.
Submitted by Bob Anthony 579.9666


The Carolina Shores quilters met at POA April 14, for their regular monthly meeting. We had 21 members and one guest present. After a business meeting we all enjoyed another wonderful show and tell. We have so many talented ladies in our guild. Everyone is working hard to finish up their Ronald McDonald quilts for our June meeting. Our next meeting will be held at the POA on May 12, when we will welcome our sister guild from Oak Island for lunch and a quilting challenge with the theme Floral Fantasy. Hope to see you there.
Bonnie Reinecke 575-4051


An Easter Parade of memories marched through the POA Clubhouse at the April 11 meeting of New Friends. Members recalled their favorite childhood Easter customs and celebrations: getting a new outfit from head to toe, wearing a heavy winter coat with a bright new straw hat, admiring a spun sugar panoramic Easter egg, hunting for colored eggs hidden all over Grandma's farm, biting off the ears of a chocolate bunny before breakfast, eating ham with the entire family, and expecting homemade Easter baskets. The most rancid recollection was that of an Easter egg found hidden in a chandelier many weeks after Easter. Of course, going to church topped off many celebrations.
The response to the Care Team was heart-warming. Carolina Shores’ neighbors and friends are truly caring people. Several people have already availed themselves of the services that the Care Team can provide. If you are willing to join the Team, call Joyce Davis (575-0825). If you have need of some help from the Team, call Mary Pritchard (579-4684) and she will quickly get you the service you may need. Also remember that if you are in need of items such as baby cribs for little visitors or crutches and other medical items, they are stored for use of our Carolina Shores residents. Call Belle Paulikas (575-0429) for information.

The group firmed up June 10 as the date for the New Friends Arts & Crafts Show and Pool Potluck Party. Kathryn Karnes chaired this upbeat springtime meeting; Marlene Stewart will chair the May 9 meeting. Please join with this group of old and new neighbors, friends and lunch bunchers.

Em Broughton - 575-0472


We play duplicate bridge in a very relaxed setting, please join us on Wednesday night! For more information call me at 575-0825. Recent results for the 7:00 PM Wednesday evening game follow:
Mar 22 1st Nancy Bradbury/Mary Scott, 2nd Mike/Shirley Tolochko, 3rd Bob/Joyce Davis, 4th Roy Johnson/Doris Sandberg, 5th Ann Nice/Ann Hierman
Mar 29 1st Tie Roy Johnson/Doris Sandberg - Mike/Shirley Tolochko, 3rd Mike/Judy Mundy, 4th Chuck/Alice Schilling
Apr 5 1st Bob/Joyce Davis, 2nd Mike/Judy Mundy
Apr 12 1st Rita Kielty/Marilyn Mattutat, 2nd Mike/Shirley Tolochko, 3rd Mike/Judy Mundy
Apr 19 1st Mike/Shirley Tolochko, 2nd Ann Nice/Ann Hierman, 3rd Chuck/Alice Schilling, 4th Jody Personette/Ray Gosciniak
Bob Davis, 575-0825


"The Turnstones" Nancy & Bud Harthausen, Beverly & Joe Farmarco bowled "The Flamingos", Tawny and Mike Romola, & Kathy & Peter Kostic, in a one game tie breaker to win by 7 pins for First Place of the Second Half. They had to bowl the winner of the First half "The Ravens" Jean & Tom Bezek, Lee & Bonnie Diefenbaugher, "The Turnstones" beat the "The Ravens" to become the Grand Champions of Carolina Shores 2005-2006. A plaque with their names engraved hangs in the POA Club House. Most Improved Bowler went to Tawny Romola with a 14 pin increase in average and Joe Farmarco with 16 pins increase. High Average, T.J. Bagley 156, Bob Berry 192. High Game Series, Beverly Farmarco 226, Tom Henry with 277. High Scratch Series, T.J. Bagley 548, Bob Berry 719. High Game with Hdcp, Rita Gallo 273, Joe Farmarco 297. High Series with Hdcp, Flo Pflaster 729, Joe Cejka 786. This month we had Mike Devereux with a 203, Gloria Gustauson 205, Ray Girard 222, Steve Kaperak 214, Danny Mann 566 series. Pat Cejka, Mae Kerr, Al Franklin, Danny Mann and Steve Kaperack were March Bowlers of the month. Mary Ann Fioravanti, Mike Devereux, Gloria Gustauson and Ray Girard were April bowlers of the month. Awards will be given out on April 25th. We will have a "Fun Night" and dinner at the bowling alley. This will conclude our league bowling for this year.
Elenore Girard - 575-0890


For all those who attended the Old Vienna Café for the last luncheon, they raved about the delightful experience. For many it was a return trip and for those that had a first time experience, you can be sure it won’t be the last. Whether it be a romantic dinner for two or a classic ladies luncheon, you simply cannot go wrong. Our end of the season luncheon will be a picnic theme. We have passed around a sign-up sheet for those interested in participating. Jim Nay will be navigator for this event. It will be held at the POA picnic area on May 2nd at 11:00 a.m. We will have a short meeting and discuss what we would like to see happen for the 06/07 season. We are open to new suggestions and ideas and of course, new membership. Plus new officers for the coming year. If anyone has any questions or would like to sign up for our picnic, please call Dot Robertiello, 579-1407.


Our guest speaker for the April meeting was Derek Smith of the North Carolina Department of Transportation's Roadside Environmental Unit. Mr. Smith, a native of Raleigh, has been with the Wildflower Program for sixteen years. During the energy crisis of the 1970's, in order to avoid mowing large areas along our highways, the department decided it would conserve energy if wildflowers were planted instead. Thus began the North Carolina Wildflower Program. The existing vegetation was cleared and the soil was prepared for planting the seeds. Now as we drive on our highways we see beautiful fields of Coreopsis, Day Lilies, California Poppies , Black-eyed Susan's, Gloriosa Daises and many other colorful flowers. The program is funded with revenue from personalized licenses and from the Federal Enhancement Program. Mr. Smith was an excellent speaker and enthusiast for this program. All the ladies present received a booklet on the program as well as a packet of wildflower seeds with instructions for planting. Hopefully we will see some of these beautiful wildflowers in Carolina Shores soon. Trinka Moore, our Flower Lady, told us about the Madonna Lily, which is a popular Easter flower. The flower is pure white symbolizing purity, hence its use at the time of the resurrection and its reference to the Virgin Mary.

The cutoff date for the May Luncheon and Fashion Show is May 3. Tickets were sold at the April meeting. If you need a ticket call Lynn Darby, Grace Farley, or Emily Sharp, coordinators of the luncheon. The luncheon is Wednesday, May 10 at Filet's with cocktails at 11:30 and lunch at 12:00 noon. Fashions will be from Island Breeze.
Kay Forbes announced for the Scholarship Committee that twelve had applied from which three were chosen. Thanks again to all those that worked and those who attended the luncheon and card party making these scholarships possible. President Kathy Harniman announced that the board will be revising the Garden Club By-Laws over the summer. She is looking for past officers to help with the job. Any past officers of the Garden Club who would be able to help please contact Kathy Harniman.

Submitted by Virginia Fischer


The Carolina Shores Garden Club is pleased to announce the winner of "THE YARD OF THE SEASON" is Ed and Barb Gleed of 32 Sunfield Dr. CONGRATULATIONS!
Submitted by Virginia Fischer


The Renegades held their monthly team tournament at Carolina Shores on April 6. The team of Peg Buchanan, Evie Hart, Ro Buzzell and Pat Soule took first place on a match of cards to win with a score of 202. The second place team, also with a score of 202, was Jean Falls, Kathleen Brennan, Ruth Peagler and Dee Gillin. Gross scores were used to score the game format of Six, Six, Six.
The Ladies Away will be held at Pinehurst on June 12 - 14. Kathy Harniman and Lin Penta are co-chairs for this event. Please remember that the final payment for this event is May 4. Donna Powers and Ruth Peagler will be the co-chairs for the month of May. Please check the bulletin board or sign-up sheet carefully for tee times.

Submitted by Donna Watkins


The Carolina Shores Niners are hosting the Grand Strand Niners on Tuesday, May 2, 2006. We are expecting approximately 80 - 85 guests from the various clubs that are members of the Grand Strand Niners. Please plan to arrive by 7:45 AM if you are scheduled to play and/or assist prior to playing golf. Registration is 8:15 AM – 8:45AM with a 9:00 AM Shotgun Start. The format for the play will be Captain’s Choice. Lunch will be served in the Carolina Shores Golf Clubhouse immediately following the game. Our spring overnight golf outing at Beau Revage Resort is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, May 22 and 23, 2006. The trip will cost $83.90 per single (shared room) and $167.80 per couple. Each person will pay all hotel and golf fees at the hotel upon arrival. No cancellations will be accepted after May 5. Direction to Beau Revage Resort will be provided by Janice Garvin prior to our trip. A Father’s Day Tournament in the morning and lunch afterwards will be held on Saturday, June 17, 2006. The tournament will be open to the Carolina Shores Niners and their guest. Our place of play and lunch has not been finalized as yet. The sign-up sheet will be available on our Niners’ desk at the Carolina Shores Golf Clubhouse on May 15, 2006 with all the details about the tournament. Weekly Play -Niners play is every Thursday at the Carolina Shores Golf Club. Please be sure to arrive by 8:00 AM. All players for the next Thursday must sign-up on our sheet on our Niners’ desk in the Pro Shop by the preceding Monday. No phone calls making changes will be received after 12:00 Noon on Wednesday of each week. We will have lunch at the Pro Shop after golf on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Mary Anne Ketcham will be responsible for the pairings for all regular play in 2006. The last captain should deliver all the score cards for the day to Nancy Harthausen at 31 Carolina Shores Parkway if she is not at the Pro Shop that day.
Nancy Harthausen 575-2923



Lockwood Folly Country Club was the site of the Carolina Shores Sunday Scramble Group’s April outing. Lockwood Folly is located on the Intracoastal Waterway and the Lockwood Folly River and provides golfers with breathtaking views.
Venus versus Mars was the format of the tournament. VENUS [Teddy Altreuter, Ilse Bateman, Ro Buzzell, Sharon Clark, Kay Craig, Gloria Crane, Jean Falls, Jane Jordan, Dolores Sanborn, Gloria Schroppe and Pat Soule] triumphed over MARS [Bill Altreuter, Steve Blatnica, Dick Boyle, Norm Buzzell, Joe Clark, Monty Craig, Doug Falls, Jim Garrigan, Paul Jordan, John Kain, George Malina, Floyd Schroppe and Lester Soule]
Gloria and Floyd Schroppe and Teddy and Bill Altreuter hosted dinner following at the POA which was enjoyed by the guests as they watched The Masters. The hosts would like to thank Bobbie Blatnica, Jean Falls, Lynn Jerr, Maslin Kain, Jane Boyle and Ro Buzzell for their delicious salads and desserts. May’s play is scheduled for Sunday, May 7 at Crown Park. Kay and Monty Craig and Bernice and Ed Morris will host. Signup sheet is on the POA Bulletin Board.


Bob and Barbara Jones
2 Landing Ct, 575-7150
Bob and Barbara moved to Carolina Shores from Union, NJ in November. Bob worked for the telephone company and was a VP for the Union. He retired in 2000. Barbara met Bob while working for the phone company and later became a teaching assistant. She just retired in June, 2005. They have adopted twin daughters originally from Korea-Holly and Jennifer. Holly got married in April. Their 18 year old daughter Carli is attending UNC in Asheville. Bob enjoys golf and gardening. Barbara loves to exercise and swim. They are both looking forward to becoming involved in Carolina Shores community activities.
Gary and Diana Gunderson
78 Carolina Shores Dr., 732-920-8639 (cell)
Gary and Diana moved to Carolina Shores from Brick, NJ. Gary works in the glass industry, making mirrors, store fronts, etc. Diana is a teachers aide. He loves golf and she loves the beach, quilting and sewing.
Greg and Debbie Wilcheck
1 Court 7, 575 4779
This family comes from Corbin, Kentucky and includes three children - Jared is graduating from high school this year, Hayden, who will be a senior next year and Natalie will be entering 8th grade. Debbie has been in the nursing field and considers herself "retired" from that and has many years as a school secretary. Greg has owned a car dealership in Corbin. All members love the beach and what it has to offer. Greg is looking forward to playing golf and the kids want to also. Debbie said that maybe she will even give it a try. The whole family has been busy putting their new home together and look forward to being part of the Carolina Shores community.
If you’re haven’t been visited by a member of the Welcoming Committee since you arrived in Carolina Shores, please call Marlene Stewart at 575-6675 or Flo Pflaster at 575-6243 to set up a convenient time to get together.


Our family wishes to thank all of our wonderful friends and neighbors for the love and sympathy shown to us on the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Dr. Bill Sleight. We very much appreciated the beautiful cards, flowers and expressions of care and concern during our time of grief. We were especially touched by the outpouring of kindness and wish to acknowledge our gratitude for those who attended Bill’s Celebration of Life. Your constant concern has been a tremendous comfort and will hold us steadfast in the future. Many thanks.
Isobel Sleight and Family
Please accept our DEEPEST THANKS to all of you for the welcomed cards, phone calls, and visits following Larry's neck surgery. The addition of double rich chicken soup, strawberries, etc, all had the appreciated smooth taste for these recovery weeks. Looking forward to being on the Links in due time. What a great community to call home!
Larry and Lynn Darby
I would like to thank everybody who helped out my Mom and I during and after my recent hospital stay. Mom was unable to change the cat litter and called the Care Team listed in the newsletter and Bob Davis came to the rescue. What a great service. Also thanks to friends and neighbors for food, trips to the dump and overall thoughts and prayers. What a great community.
Karen Sandberg
Thank you, Care Team.
On Monday April 10th I used our new Care Team. My regular lady had a doctors appointment and I can't be left alone. So I called Mary Pritchard about some help. She said sure, a lady named Flo will be there. She was here for two hours and it didn't cost me a cent.
Harriet Olson
6 Golfview Ct.


Need Some Help?
If you are dealing with an illness or injury and could use some help with meals, transportation, shopping, household chores, pet care, etc., call the Carolina Shores Care Team at 579-4684.


Editor’s Note: Articles for the next Bulletin must be received by the Editor by the 20th of the month. You can e-mail articles, event information, etc. to me at (Note: there is an underlined space between “diana” and “mardall” – diana_mardall); you can deliver the information to me at 36 Carolina Shores Parkway, or you can send via e-mail to the POA and they’ll forward to me. Please include a name and phone number when submitting information.