FROM THE PRESIDENT
In the short time since the
annual membership meeting and election, your CSPOA Board of Directors
has regretfully accepted the resignations of several Board Members and
Chairmen of our Standing Committees:
| Bill Harniman
|Stu Henderson - ACC
Kain - Audit and Finance Committee
Each of these individuals
has contributed heavily of their time, experience, knowledge and level-headed
common sense to the successful management of our affairs. We all owe
them a vote of thanks and I know that all of us on the Board will sorely
miss their efforts.
Although these resignations
were brought about by varying reasons such as chronic health problems,
family trauma, increasing time constraints and pressure, they point
out once again the need for more of us to step forward and volunteer
our time and talents to help in keeping Carolina Shores the best place
to live on the Carolina Coast. We cannot expect the same group of dedicated
volunteers to continue to do all of the work year after year. Get involved!
We need you.
The Board asked Angela Kopitopoulos to serve the remainder of Monty
Craig's term and she has graciously accepted. Angela will serve as Secretary
of the Association. We will meet early in April to select a replacement
for Bill Harniman.
The ACC has chosen John Doherty and Pete Gulliver to serve as co-chairmen.
The Audit and Finance, Recreation and Facility Management Committees
are all extremely short handed - if you can help please contact any
Board member or give the office a call and one of us will contact you.
Now for some good news -
the Annual Audit of our finances for Fiscal year 2006 has been completed.
At the Board Meeting on March 19th, our new Treasurer, Mal MacRaild
presented the results - we ended the year with $39,816 more in revenues
than expenses. That excess has been transferred to our reserve for future
maintenance and repairs and replacement of assets. We now have $232,463
in our reserve. A complete copy of the audit report is available at
the POA office for review by any member in good standing.
At the March meeting of the Town Of Carolina Shores Board of Commissioners,
Mayor Mann reconstituted the AD-Hoc Committee to Study the Future of
the Carolina Shores Golf Course. The committee will be chaired by Commissioner
Don Hart and I was appointed a member to replace John Farley. The Mayor
stated that the Town is committed to doing anything in its power to
insure that the course continues to operate as a golf course. I will
keep you posted in future issues of this bulletin.
Mike Mundy, President
The ACC is made up of people who give their time freely to protect and
preserve the character and quality of property of Carolina Shores. This
is not a policing committee and we do not go out looking for violations
of our By-Laws. The main purpose of this group is to see that construction
in Carolina Shores meets the rules and regulations of this community.
When a builder submits the plans for new construction we go over the
plans checking the plot plan for set-backs, screening of HVAC units,
height of the ridge of the house, color of siding, roof and trim to
be sure they meet POA standards. A team goes to the site throughout
construction to check the elevation, measure the setbacks, measure the
ridge height, make sure the site is kept neat, trash is picked up and
generally keep tabs on the construction. If you note something you think
isn’t right call the office, leave a message with Vickie or Suellen
and one of our team will follow up and address the issue.
This committee meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month at
the POA office at 9:00 AM. We need more people to help with this very
important aspect of living in a community like Carolina Shores.
Come try us out, you might like it.
Bradley Lewis, Acting Secretary
Start cleaning out your attic
and garage – the Carolina Shores Community Yard Sale is coming
back this spring, Saturday April 21, 8:00 a.m. ‘til 12:00 p.m.
Rain date: April 28. To sign up for a table or offer to volunteer, call
Josie Miller at 579-0785.
Mark your calendar now for
Sunday Night, April 15 at 7pm at the POA when the Monthly POA MOVIE
NIGHT will feature a mystery, a comedy, and a suspense theme all in
a single picture: DEATHTRAP. "If you were a famed mystery playwright
a devastating string of recent flops, what would you do for a can't
miss thriller script? Pay for it? Pray for it? Kill for it? Get snared
in “DEATHTRAP,” the fiendishly funny film version of Ira
Lavin's Broadway hit. The show stars Michael Caine as the blocked writer;
Dyan Cannon as his loving but naive wife; and Christopher Reeve as a
former student who has written a play so flawless "even a gifted
director couldn't ruin it". Packed with insidious hairpin twists,
drop dead wit and delightful dread and suspense - you will stop laughing
only long enough to gasp in surprise". Bring a comfy chair or cushion
and whatever you want to drink. We’ll provide the popcorn and
the show. See you there.
Brunswick County is having
a Hazardous Waste Pickup Day on Saturday, April 21 from 9 am until 2pm
Wal-Mart Shopping Center parking lot in Shallotte. This is the place
to get rid of old paint cans, used up batteries, old pesticide containers,
This is a good way to help prevent further pollution of our water and
Nick & Michelle DePalo
18 C.S. Pkwy.
e-mail address: email@example.com
Peter and Maggie Kirkby
19 Gate 6
Please add the email address
for the following member to your directory:
Ed & Grace Farley
New email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
HELP!!!! The Carolina Shores picnic season starts next month and volunteers
are needed. Last year's picnics were a huge success thanks to the tireless
efforts of the picnic coordinator Nancy Harthausen and her merry band
of volunteers. This year's coordinator is Connie Six and she too will
need a cadre of willing volunteers to help continue the tradition of
great picnics in Carolina Shores. In the past, it has been the work
of the folks in our community, all pulling together, that made our three
picnics per year so successful. So please volunteer now by calling Connie
Additionally, John Russo has come up with a "Horse Race" that
we all can participate in while at the picnics. The idea is to have
six horses/ponies move around a segmented course, each horse advancing
based on the throw of the dice. John is willing to head-up this activity
with some volunteer help. John can be reached at email@example.com.
Bob Anthony 579.9666.
We've been given the opportunity
to pick up another week of North Strand Mobile Meals !!! Two helpers
are needed Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, April 18th, 19th, & 20th
and then whole week of April 30th & May 1st thru 4th.
Schedule the same: meet the driver at Bi-lo parking lot at 8:45 AM -
wear comfortable clothes and shoes and bring a drink if so desired.
You should be back about noon.
Please call me if you can be of help.
Thanks ahead of time for all you do and have done in the past.
Katie Bissett 579-1884
CLUB TO VISIT HICKMANS CROSSING AGAIN
In March the Carolina Shores
Needlework Club had a busy month. First we donated seven completed lap
robes (knitted, crocheted, and quilted) to residents of the Autumn Care
Nursing home. Our photo was in the Brunswick Beacon the week of March
17. Then, on March 12 we took a field trip to meet the needlework group
at Hickmans Crossing Library. We had a great time getting acquainted
and sharing our projects and our ideas. Then we all went out to lunch
together. The Carolina Shores group has voted to join up with Hickmans
Crossing again for our April 9 meeting. The Hickmans Crossing group
begins gathering at 9am, and we are welcome to join them any time after
that. If you are going for the first time and need someone to take you
-- or if you just need a ride -- call Joyce Davis at 575-0825.
SHORES QUILTERS GUILD
The Carolina Shores quilters
Guild met at the POA on March 9; we had 31 members present. After our
business meeting, tips by Morrie and a very exciting show and tell,
we had our workshop.
Ann Jarmusz and Jane Abrano helped us to start our Vera Bradley-like
purses. We had a very good time designing and redesigning them and then
we started to cut and sew. Thank you to Ann and Jane for all their help
and patience. Looking forward to seeing the end results. Ann and Jane
will be at the POA on March 23 to help anyone who needs help finishing
Our next meeting will be April 13 at 9:30 a.m. at the POA. After our
business meeting, Solveig Snyder will present a workshop pounding pressed
Everyone is welcome to our Guild, any questions call
BONNIE REINECKE - 575-4051
NARFE will hold their monthly
meeting on April 3rd at Calabash Steak and Tavern. Meeting time is 11:30
NARFE is also having their yearly Card Party on April 17th at 10:00
AM to 3:30 PM. This will be at Calabash Steak and Tavern. Tickets are
$15.00. Money raised will go to Alzheimer research.
For tickets please call Ellie Girard 575-0890
Emily Sharp, Vice President
of Beautification, welcomed the members and stated that we would dispense
with business and just have a fun day--which we certainly did!
Of course, our "Flower Lady" Trinka Moore, decked out in a
lovely spring outfit, gave a wonderful reading on the daffodil.
Our Round Robin Workshop, Restoration of Flower Pots (Kay Forbes), making
a Hypertufa Trough (Garen Waters), and Cone Flowers plaster craft decorations
(Lynn Darby) was an enjoyable experience for all. Thank you ladies,
for the demonstrations and answering all of our numerous questions.
It was fun to watch!
Sign up sheet was circulated for our outing on Wednesday, April 25th
to the Restless Wind Nursery followed by lunch in Southport. If you
didn't sign up and are interested in going, call Lynn Darby 579-7526
or Joanne LaWall 579-4110.
Reminder the slate for next year’s officers will be presented
and voted on at the next meeting.
The Program Committee will distribute a survey on possible programs,
trips, and workshops for the 2007-2008 Garden Club Season. Your responses
to the survey will enable us to enhance our club and establish its direction
and success for the future.
Our May installation luncheon will be on Wednesday, May 9, at Tamer's
Restaurant with Fashions by the Purple Dahlia. Tickets will go on sale
at the April meeting. Co-chairs of the event are Lynn Darby 579-7526,
Kay Craig 575-1145, and Jill Binseel 579-1282. NOTE: We need additional
models. If interested, call our model coordinators Grayce Farley 579-3995
or Lynn Darby 579-7526.
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, April 11 at 1pm at the POA. Sherry
Roseman of Shady Oak Home Accents and Garden Center will be our guest
Come join the fun! All are welcome!
Eva Jensen 579-1984
SHORES BOWLING LEAGUE
Bob Browning had a 600 series
156 pins over his average and a 214 game. Tom Marangelli 223, Mike Deveraux
214, Joe Farmarco had 106 pins over average, David Pflaster had 102
over average, Tom Marangelli had 100 pins over average, Ray Lyons had
a 500 set, Dan Mann had a 567 series, Bill Iness had a 465 series, Arnie
Northrope a 496 series, Mike Romola 489, Jim Blaine 513 series, Mort
Hansen 437 series, Pat Cejka 97 pins over average, Mae Kerr 97 pins
over average, Torry Gidlow 91 pins over average, Halla Cramer 84 pins
over average, Lois Hansen 87 pins over average, Nancy Northrope 84 pins
over average, Irene Beard 481 series, Diane Modlin 521 series, Bonnie
Deiffenbaugher 77 pins over average, Beverly Shaw 443 series, Pearl
Blaine 485 series, Helen Morrison 442 series, Marj Lucas 434 series,
Allie Ortiz 204 game, Linda Pennington 201 game, Fred Ortez 207 game,
Al Franklin 204 game.
There will be a mixed doubles
Round Robin Tennis Tournament on Saturday, 4/21/07 beginning at 10:00am.
This event is open to all POA members and guests and usually brings
out the best-worst-most interesting tennis you could hope for. Immediately
following the tennis there will be a pot luck brunch served adjacent
to the courts, BYOB. The brunch is open to tennis players, former players,
non players and anyone else interested in a good time. In the event
of inclement weather, the POA bldg has been reserved from 11:00am-2:00pm
so that the brunch will not be cancelled. Please sign-up for tennis
and/or brunch at the tennis courts.
There's still room for more folks to enjoy the open tennis every Mon,
Wed & Fri. Everyone that shows up gets to play--all skill levels
are welcome. Play begins at 9:00am. Bob Anthony 579.9666.
HORIZONS SINGLES GROUP
We had a nice turnout for
Ann Heirman's video on her trip to Kenya. It was showed on the new large
screen at the POA, which was installed for movie nights. The new screen
made the viewing most enjoyable. A few new members introduced themselves
and we were pleased to meet them. Welcome!
We had a good turnout for both the St. Patrick’s dinner and the
Culinary Luncheon. Our thanks to Mary Wilson and Ellie Dawalt for arranging
those events. In April Ann Soring and her committee will host the evening.
It will be a "Come As You Are" evening. Ann wants you to attend
in your attire that you wear on your way to bed or as you arise. Bring
with you a bedtime story you re-call from over the years. It could be
about your kids, siblings or a friend, even a ghost story you recall
from your childhood.
You will be called as to what to bring for that 3rd Tuesday, April 17th
at 5.00 PM.
Barbara Jones led our meeting
by giving each member a shamrock to write down the wishes they had for
New Friends. Many good ideas and suggestions were submitted and will
be considered for future meetings and events.
Upcoming events include:
|April 14 ~ Azalea Festival
|May 1-3 ~ Trip to Savannah
|June 16 ~ Pool Party/Picnic
|June 21 ~ Red Neck Wedding/Wilmington
|Aug. 6 ~ Sun Cruise/Little
|Aug.18 ~ Luau Pool Party
|Sept. 20 ~ Webster Manor
|Oct. 12 ~ Murder Mystery/House
| Oct. 27
~ Halloween Party
| Nov. 7-8
Trip to Charleston, SC
As you can see we have something
for everyone! Watch future issues of the Bulletin for further details.
Our group convened for lunch at the Grapevine. Next month's meeting
will be Tuesday, April 10 at 10AM at the POA. Rose Mary Jones will lead
our meeting that day. All are welcome. Come and bring a new friend!
The Book Discussion Group met at the POA at 9:30am on Friday, March
16th and twelve were present.
Each member had read a Biography or Autobiography of their choice and
gave a summary of the book. Everyone was thrilled that we had decided
to do this back last year when we prepared our list. This gave all of
us some information about 12 different people and we only read one book.
On April 20th at the POA at 9:30am, Kitty McDonough will read poetry.
We all just love to have Kitty do this for us and she is terrific so
plan to attend. Afterward we will all go to Cafe Latte for lunch. Please
call Pat McKay no later than Thursday noon at 579-9550 if you plan to
attend since she will need to call for reservations.
Anyone is welcome to come join us. We come from all walks of life, with
varied degrees of information and wisdom and always willing to share
our thoughts and ideas. Come on out and check us out, you might just
like to join us.
Ester Malmfeldt, 579-0638
March's meeting was a "Seafood
'n Spring" celebration featuring a lump crab cake recipe created
and demonstrated by Lynn Darby with her team. We all gathered in the
kitchen to finish cooking to enjoy them freshly done. Home made clam
chowder was an added bonus. Hildegard Danz made a strawberry glazed
cake from scratch, and Peggy McKernan created a wonderful Waldorf salad.
April 4th's meeting will feature an all-Italian inspired fare, hosted
by Joan Gilbert and her team. Joan will tell us of her recent trip to
Italy. All members, if you have not signed or called yet, please call
Joan if you will attend; Yes or No, at 579-2071. We will wind up our
season with an announcement of our officers and a new coordinator of
our wonderful special club.
Plans for our picnic in May will be discussed, wherein we end our season.
Then, starting in August, we will meet for our new season on the first
Tuesday of each month at 11:30 AM, with outings, demonstrations and
theme recipes to plan, one of which will be a DVD movie of ways to prepare
Turkey. Stay Tuned.
Thank you all for your help.
Almost finished your rounds?!
Awards, pot luck dinner April 24th at 6 p.m.
Bridge at 7 p.m.
Please RSVP by April 7th. Thanks.
Jody Personette, Ray Gosciniak 579 6086
Come join us every Wednesday
evening at 7:00 in the POA clubhouse. We play duplicate bridge, but
in a very relaxed atmosphere. If you need further information call me
at 575-0825. Here are recent results.
Feb 21 1st Doug/Jean Falls, 2nd Mike/Shirley Tolochko, 3rd Mike/Judy
Mundy Feb 28 1st Chuck/Alice Schilling, 2nd Ed/Bev guests Mar 7 1st
Nancy Bradbury/Pat O‘Brien, 2nd Ed/Carolyn Woods 3rd Roy Johnson/Doris
Sandberg, Mar 14 1st Mike/Judy Mundy, 2nd Chuck/Alice Schilling
April looks like a time for
good golf and seeing old friends at the many tournaments this Spring.
Carolina Shores is hosting the Club 25's opening tournament this year.
The second play date is April 2nd at Carolina National. Ladybirds will
play at Brick landing on April 30th. Sign up sheet will be posted on
The Queen Bee Tournament will be held April 19th and 26th. Sign up sheet
on bulletin board for this most popular event. The schedule for the
year is now posted in Pro Shop.
Marlene Cleary accepted the position of VP which completes the Board
of CSLGA. Pres. Bev Farmarco: VP Marlene Cleary: Sec. Bernice Morris:
Treas. Phyllis Welch: Tournaments Marie Strickler: Handicaps, Judy Nicoletti:
Rules, Sue Greiner: Publicity, Sally Manifold. Please contact anyone
of the ladies if you have questions about the league.
Congratulations to Marie Strickler who had five birdies on March 15th
playing from the red tees. Oh, yes, she shot a 74. Great golfing, Marie!
SHORES SUNDAY SCRAMBLE GROUP
Brierwood was the site for the Carolina Shores Sunday Scramble Group
in March. Our golf hosts for the month were Carol Groner and Laura Duncan.
The six teams played a format of two low nets. First Place was awarded
to the team of Bill Southard, Floyd Schroppe, Kathleen Brennan and Ilse
Bateman with a team score of 122. Second Place winners, on a match of
cards, with a 124, were Joe Lowry, Pauline Millosky, Jean Falls and
Elaine Southard. Taking Third place, also with a 124, was the team of
Norm Buzzell, Pat Soule, Martha Hannon and Gloria Schroppe.
After play we all got together at the POA for a most delicious corned
beef and cabbage dinner! A very special "Irish Chef Award"
to Kathleen Brennan for all her hard work in cooking the most amazing
corned beef, cabbage and carrots and to both Kathleen and Martha Hannon
for the wonderful Irish soda bread. Also, thank you so much to our "auxiliary
cooks" for making great side dishes and scrumptious desserts: Teddy
Altreuter, Ro Buzzell, Gloria Crane, Jean Falls, Diana Mardall and Pat
Cypress Bay will be the site for play on April 15th. The sign-up sheet
is posted on the bulletin board in the POA building. A post-golf get
together, with hors-'doerves to share with all, will be at the POA at
3:30 pm. where winners for the day will be announced.
New members are always welcome, so come on out, we always have a great
Martha Hannon/Gloria Schroppe, Co-Presidents
March has been a beautiful
time for Renegades golf. The highlight of the month was our Shamrock
Shindig held March 15 at Brierwood Golf Club. 38 people participated
in the two low net tournament and the winners were 1) Gene Falls, Gloria
Schroppe, Dee Gillin and Carolyn Bosman with a 116; 2) Kathy Hahl, Laura
Duncan, Ron Penta and Pauline Millosky with a 117; and 3) Sharon Clark,
George Malina, Martha Hannon and Gloria Crane with a 118 on a match
of cards. Closest to the pin winners were Art Hahl for the men and Carol
Groner for the ladies. Long drive honors went to George Malina for the
men and Carolyn Bosman for the ladies. Following golf, dinner was served
at Flynn's in North Myrtle Beach. A special thanks to Nancy Rubin and
Kathleen Brennan (maker of the scones) for a wonderful day.
Be sure to mark your calendars for the Spring General Meeting of the
Renegades which will be held April 19 at 3:30 PM in the POA Clubhouse.
The ladies in charge of April golf are Kathleen Brennan and Carolyn
The Carolina Shores Niners
held a mixed doubles St. Patrick's Day tournament on March 11th. The
teams played a format of regular 9 holes of Golf. The 1st place awards
went to Jean and Gene Sanborn and Ellie and Ray Girard who had total
low net. Gene Sanborn had the longest men's drive and Barbara Allen
had the women's longest drive. The closest to the Pin awards went to
Ed Castinidos and Joanne Riedel. At the end of the event a corned beef
and cabbage dinner was enjoyed by all at the Carolina Shores Club House.
All members please plan to attend our April Quarterly Meeting
and luncheon to be held at the Carolina Shores Golf Club House on Thursday,
April 12, immediately following golf at 11:30 AM.
Grand Strand Ladies Niners - Please mark your calendars
for the upcoming following tournaments scheduled for May 5 at Brick
Landing, June 13 at Sea Trail, July 18 at Island Green and Sept. 5 at
Carolina National. The sign-up sheets will be posted with all information
as each date approaches.
Weekly Play - Niners play every Thursday morning at
the Carolina Shores Golf Club. Please be sure to arrive a half hour
before Tee Time (which are posted on the sign-up sheets).Sign-up sheets
at the golf club house will be picked up on Tuesdays at 1 PM. If you
are a new golfer or a golfer who just likes to play nine holes, we welcome
you to come and play with us. We are a very friendly and sociable group
of ladies who enjoy the game and have lots of fun playing.
Gwyn DeRenne 575-6604
No new neighbors to introduce
If someone new has moved to Carolina Shores and has not been featured
in the Bulletin please contact: Marlene Stewart, Flo Pflaster, or Gwyn
DeRenne so we can make a visit.
"THE CARE TEAM"
Call Mary Pritchard, Coordinator at 5794684
1. Need Help? For rides to doctors; have some groceries
picked up, your trash taken to the dump, your dog walked or your cat
fed, and other needs.
Call Mary Pritchard, Coordinator at 5794684
2. Have Care to Share? Sign up to help our neighbors.
Make their lives easier when someone is in distress in any number of
ways. Also contribute to the Care Team Freezer at the POA in the kitchen.
Come to our New Friends Meeting to hear updates for needs and read the
thank you letters in the Bulletin. See coordinating Poster in POA, and
view on www.carolinashoresPOA.org
Dear Friends and Neighbors,
There are no words to describe how much your kindness and support has
meant to me over the last few months. The prayers, e-mails, cards, telephone
calls, hugs, food, yard and pet care were so appreciated. You are all
Angels in my life. Please continue to keep me in your prayers as I undergo
three more treatments in Houston.
To all my friends in Carolina
My thanks to everyone who supported me during Allen's long illness and
passing. The food, mass cards, phone calls, and cards were overwhelming.
Carolina Shores is the best place to live and my family agrees. They
went back to Georgia knowing I'm in good hands. Thanks you'all.
Extra thanks to a very special friend of Allen's and mine. Bruce Bunt
visited Allen 2-3 times a week from Sept. to Feb.
Thanks so much to the wonderful
people in Carolina Shores for the meals, the visits and especially the
encouragement I've received during my recent surgery, unexpectedly long
hospital stay and recovery process at home. As many of you know, this
was my 4th back surgery and it does not get easier with practice!! The
support I've received was really needed and appreciated. I've read these
thank-you letters in the Bulletin and have written a few myself, but
am still amazed at the outpouring of cards, prayers, phone calls, offers
of help and genuine concern from the people in this community.
Many of us left our children and natural families to move here. We now
have a new family among the terrific people we know in Carolina Shores.
Carl and I thank you for being you.
I feel so blessed! I am surrounded
by the love of God and of friends. They worked together to make me well
again and I do feel terrific. I'm so glad I never moved from Carolina
Shores. I love it and all of you. Thanks to all for your help and support.
I couldn't have done it alone. God Bless.
And LATE ARRIVALS
The April meeting of the
AAII Investor Education Group will be held at 7:00 PM on Tues April
10 2007 at the CSPOA building. Topics to be presented and discussed
are “Computer Assisted Investing” and “The Effect
of Taxes on Investment Decisions”.
The group has no commercial affiliation and you do not have to be a
member of AAII to attend. All CSPOA members interested in investing
are invited to attend. Point of contact is Gordon Robinson at 579 –
Note: This organization not affiliated in any way with the Carolina
Put your car keys beside your bed at night. If you hear a noise outside
your home or someone trying to get in your house, just press the panic
button for your car. The alarm will be set off, and the horn will continue
to sound until either you turn it off or the car battery dies. It works
if you park in your driveway or garage. If your car alarm goes off when
someone is trying to break in your house, odds are the burglar or rapist
won't stick around.... after a few seconds all the neighbors will be
looking out their windows to see who is out there and the criminal won't
And, remember to carry your keys while walking to your car in a parking
lot. The alarm can work the same way there.
COASTAL GARDEN CLUB……cordially
invites you and your friends to join them on a bus trip to Raleigh for
11/2 to 2 hour tour of the Plants Delight Nursery on May 16, 2007. We
will meet at the Lowe's Home Improvement store parking lot on Rte 130
at 7:15 a.m. The cost is $35 which includes the trip, the tour, lunch
and snacks. There will be a short rest and bathroom stop halfway to
and from the nursery and, if time permits, a short visit to the Governor's
Please make your checks payable to: Coastal Garden Club and deliver
or mail to Doerthe Needham 16 Myrtlewood Drive Carolina Shores, NC 28467
Please call either Doerthe Needham - 579-9134 or Dottie Isgrig - 754-7832
for reservations or more information.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org (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