FROM THE PRESIDENT
At our April Planning session,
the board voted to invite David Jones to serve the remainder of Bill Harniman's
term. David has accepted our invitation and we are now operating with
our full complement of seven board members. Please mark your calendars
to attend our next board meeting at 7:00 PM on Monday, June 18th at the
The POA office will be closed on Wednesday, June 13th to allow for the
replacement of the carpet in the office and hallway.
We all enjoy the benefits of living in a community with a strong POA and
rules and regulations to protect our way of life, but occasionally we
need a reminder of some of the restrictions. One source of numerous complaints
recently has been failure of some members to obey the pet restrictions.
Section 6, Paragraph 4 of our Declaration of Restrictions requires that
pets be on a leash when off of their owner's property and that pet owners
pick up after their pets. Please do your best to control and pick up after
By the time you read this, our annual POA Memorial Day picnic will have
taken place. We hope all of you enjoyed the festivities and will mark
your calendars to attend the next picnic on July 4th.
We will continue to hold movie nights on the third Sunday of each month
throughout the summer - next one will be on June 17th at 8:00 PM.(later
start time will continue through the summer months). Please call or email
me (email@example.com) with your
votes for the films you would like to see.
Mike Mundy, President
As we make our rounds checking
building sites and complaints we have noted the number of people walking,
more often than not these walkers are walking with the traffic. Did you
know that walkers are required to walk facing traffic? This allows the
walker to see what is coming and prevents motorist from hitting someone
who walks out in front of them. We ask that everyone abide by this law
and protect your health. It has also been brought to our attention that
a number of walkers, who walk at dawn or after dark do not wear light
colored clothing, use a flashlight or wear a red blinking safety device.
Drivers can't see you!
Recently we have been receiving complaints about dogs running loose. There
is a leash law and regardless of how well your dog obeys, you are required
to have him/her on a leash. This also applies to cats, although difficult
to enforce. Is your cat in the house? For those of us who love our birds
a cat on the loose can kill up to one thousand birds a year. The eggs
are hatching and the cats are stalking, please house you pets.
There were fewer building applications in the month of May, so we were
a little less busy. We still receive a number of complaints. Think before
you complain. Is it a town problem or the breaking of our Rules and Regulations.
Should you call the Town or write the POA - ACC?
I would like to personally
and publicly thank the volunteers who helped clean and place furniture
at our pool - we would not have been able to open our pool on time without
their help. Great job!
They are: Mike Mundy, Al Franklin, Mal MacRaild, Ruth Anthony, Joyce Dunn
Davis, Ro Buzzel, Bill Kelsey, Jack and Jill Binseel, Connie Six and Mike
The CSPOA monthly movie night
was held on Sunday, May 20 at 7 p.m. at the clubhouse. This month’s
feature film (on our extra large screen) was "Charlotte's Web"
--which has received great reviews from both adults and kids all over
the country. Peoples brought a beverage and a pillow or comfortable chair.
The POA provided the movie and the popcorn.
"Charlotte's Web" was suggested by Doris Sandberg, responding
to the article in last month's Bulletin asking for member votes. If you
have a movie you are dying to see just call Mike Mundy and let him know.
If you need a ride to any of our monthly Movie Nights, call 575-0825.
FUN, HELP OTHERS
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,
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. ($10 entry fee).
Through the generosity of our tournament 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.
And, lest we forget, Carolina Shores golfers have participated and supported
this event since it began, 17 years ago AND Carolina Shores golfers have
been winners in this event almost every year!
To sign up, call the Literacy Council at 754 READ (7323).
If someone in your household is facing a health crisis, the Carolina Shores
Care team is here to help. We can provide a ride to the doctor’s
office or grocery store, or someone to pick up a prescription, take your
trash to the dump, walk your dog, or help with other things that you are
temporarily unable to do for yourself. We also stock the Care Team Freezer
in the POA clubhouse kitchen with donations of frozen meals that are available
at no charge to anyone in the community who is unable to cook. If you
need some help or you know of a neighbor who needs help stop by the POA
and pick up some food or call the Care Team Coordinator, Mary Pritchard,
WATCH NEEDS YOU
Thanks to all everyone who
has signed up for Crime Watch patrol days during the summer. The schedule
still has MANY blank days. We realize that lots of POA members take vacations
and have company during the summer, but if we want Crime Watch to be a
success it is important that lots of us try to fit in a patrol or two
between visits and vacations. Complete instructions and signup sheets
are available in the Board room (next to the kitchen) at the clubhouse
or you can call Joyce Davis at 575-0825.
POTLUCK AT THE POOL JUNE 16
On Saturday evening, June 16,
starting at 5 p.m., there will be a highly informal potluck supper gathering
at the CSPOA pool. The New Friends will provide paper goods and ice. You
bring a dish to share and whatever you want to drink. We’ll have
supper and go for a swim. No reservations required – just be there
Brunswick Senior Resources,
Inc., in collaboration with Calabash Presbyterian Church, will open a
daily program site, (Mondays thru Fridays) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. This
program expansion may lead to the eventual establishment of a Senior Center
to serve seniors in the extreme southern portion of Brunswick County.
Initial program offerings will consist of a noon-time meal, activities
and socialization services.
Seniors (ages 55 and older) are encouraged to participate. Fees are not
charged but recipients are requested to make a contribution within their
Please call 253-2199 to reserve a meal one day in advance.
Senior Citizens who do not have independent means of transportation and
need to ride the Brunswick Transit System van to the site, please call
253-2199 for pick up information.
Program Location: Calabash Presbyterian Church, Fellowship Hall, 8820
Old Georgetown Road, Sunset Beach.
TO CAROLINA SHORES!
The Carolina Shores New Friends
will host a POOLSIDE LUAU at the Carolina Shores pool from 5:00 - 9:00
p.m. on Saturday, August 18. The party will feature Carolina pork BBQ,
slaw, potato salad, banana pudding, and soft drinks. Special music and
entertainment will be provided. The cost per person will be $8.00 and
tickets must be purchased in advance. Dust off your hula skirts and tropical
shirts and make your reservations now. Tickets will be available starting
in June. For more information call 575-0825 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Steve & Debi Clemans
4 Fairway Court
Carolina Shores, NC 28467
Change from: Lieb-Pezzuto,
Joel & Olivia
To: Olivia Lieb
13 Court 3 Northwest Dr.
CLUB ON VACATION
The Carolina Shores Needlework
Club is taking the summer off. We will resume our meetings on Monday,
September 10. During June, July, and August we have suggested that our
members visit the group that meets every Monday at 9 a.m. at the Hickman
Crossing Library. For more information about the Carolina Shores Needlework
Club call 575-0825.
SHORES QUILTERS GUILD
Carolina Shores Quilters met
at the POA on May 11. At our Business Meeting the new slate of officers
for next year was presented and accepted. We have 26 members present.
After our Business Meeting we enjoyed Tips From Morrie on gadgets and
tools. We enjoyed another wonderful and talented Show and Tell. After
our meeting, Lucy Timmerman led a workshop on a “Quilt As You Go”
table runner. We had a great deal of fun and as always, we learned a lot.
Our next meeting will be held at the POA on June 8 at 9:30. We will install
our new officers, enjoy our June luncheon and look forward to our guests
from the Ronald McDonald House in Raleigh. All are welcome.
Bonnie Reinecke - 575-4051
NARFE will not have any monthly
meetings for June and July. Next scheduled meeting will be August 7th.
Ellie Girard - 575-0890
We had a great outing in April
to the Restless Wind Nursery owned by Kelli Scott. Kelli gave us a history
and tour of the nursery and a discount on our purchases. We followed the
nursery visit with a scrumptious lunch in St James Plantation at the Players
Tamers at Ocean Ridge Plantation was the setting for the Garden Club’s
May 9th luncheon/officer installation/fashion show. Restaurant manager,
Tina Stanley, provided a tasty buffet. Kathy Harniman, outgoing president,
welcomed the group. In recognition of their past service, carnations were
presented to the past presidents in attendance. They were Jackie Buckley,
Rita Kielty, Lynn Thompson, Marilyn Fisher, Dolores Sanborn, and Emily
Sharp. Kathy Harniman received a pink rose and a gift certificate for
her two years of service. Thank you, Kathy.
Teddy Altreuter introduced the scholarship winners from West Brunswick
High School as well as their Guidance Counselor, Gloria Chidress. We wish
bright futures for the three scholarship recipients Ashton Chappell, Jessica
Poe, and Nicole Zottlemoyer.
Rita Kielty presided over the installation of the 2007-2008 officers.
They are--President Lynn Darby; Vice President Jane Mahncke; Secretary
Teddy Altreuter; and returning Treasurer Elaine Southard.
The fashions were from the Purple Dahlia owned by Pricilla Knight. Our
own Teddy Altreuter, Kay Craig, Lynn Darby, Phyllis Hartley, Betty Johnston,
Rose Mary Jones, Mary Ann Ketcham, Rosemary O'Connell, Sue O'Reilly, Emily
Sharp, and model coordinator Grayce Farley modeled the wonderful fashions.
Thank you Lynn Darby, Kay Craig, Jill Binseel, Gloria Haddick, Kay Forbes,
and Emily Sharp for making this luncheon such a wonderful event.
Thanks to all the participants for the continued support of your garden
Join us again on Wednesday, September 12th at 1pm at the POA for our first
meeting of the new season. All are welcome!
WE'RE CREATING A BUZZ
Watch for signs for the Garden Club Fair
Who we are
SHORES BOWLING LEAGUE
The last night of bowling we
had a fun night and Rita Gallo was the only one to have a 300 game.
Have a nice summer and see you in the fall.
Ellie Girard - 575-0890
The "Spring Fling"
mixed tennis round robin, held on April 21, was a huge success. Sixteen
folks participated in the tennis and over thirty people attended the pot
luck brunch at court side afterwards. We look forward to doing this again
in the fall.
Parents & grandparents of school age children, remember to call Tammy
Humphreys at 575.7827 and register your kids for the summer tennis lessons.
Lessons will be held every Thursday & Friday from 3:00-4:00pm for
six consecutive weeks beginning Thursday, June 14th. Each participant
should have their own racquet - younger children should have junior racquets
- and water bottle with their name on them; don't forget the sunscreen.
Tennis shoes would be preferred, however, any court shoe will do as long
as they do not have black or dark soles that might leave marks on the
court - no running shoes. Shirts and shorts are required, tennis balls
will be provided. Courts 1 & 2 will be reserved for the tennis lessons
every Thu & Fri from 3:00-4:00pm during this six week period.
Remember, open tennis every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 9:00am.
Everyone is invited.
Bob Anthony 579.9666.
NEW HORIZONS SINGLES GROUP
We had a wonderful turnout
for our May meeting. Betty Hewett was our host and she introduced Johanna
D. Wilson who writes a column for the "Sun News" called the
"Back Roads". Johanna gave a very lively talk about her background
and how she became a writer and how the column was created. She was very
interesting and entertaining: We had several new guests.
Next month will be our picnic at the grounds by the pool. Betty O'Rourke
is arranging for the fried chicken, which the club will provide. Everyone's
to bring their own choice of food, snack or dessert to add to the picnic
along with their BYOB. That’s Tues. June 19th at 5pm. In case of
rain we will move back to the POA.
July & August there aren't any meetings at the POA. Some members meet
at Sunset Beach on that 3rd Tues. of the month about 4pm., and bring their
Sept. 18th will be our next meeting at the POA. Enjoy a Good, Happy &
FRIENDS ON THE MOVE
Realizing that many of the
friends of the Carolina Shores community are going to entertain much company
during the upcoming summer months, the first part of our monthly meeting
dealt with the many places to go and the many things to do in our area.
Besides the beach, other top attractions included the Ripley Aquarium,
the Pelican's games, the Hurricane boat rides and dolphin watches, local
show theaters, miniature golf, and the ferry ride out of Southport to
Fischer Island. One nifty idea was to go to both the N.C. and S.C Visitor's
Center, pick up brochures of events and tourist spots, and keep these
handy to show guests so plans can be made when they visit.
The New Friends group continues to be on the go with several future trips:
21 - "A Redneck Wedding" A dinner cruise on the Henrietta
in Wilmington. Advance reservations required. $38 per person Call
Gail Cohen (579-1880)
|*August 6 - 11 A.M. cruise
on the Sun Cruz Casino Boat out of Little River. Carpools will leave
from the CSPOA clubhouse. No reservations required. Call Suzanne Kirksey
|*Thursday, September 20
- Lunch at the Webster House in Mullins. Car pool from CSPOA.
|* October 12 - House of
Blues Mystery Dinner. Theater Reservations and advance payment required
by August 25. $39.50 per person. Call Kath Sanders (579-9056)
|*November 7-8 Overnight
to Charleston More information later Call Grayce Farley (579-3995).
Be on the go with New Friends
as they meet on Thursday evenings in the summer between 4 p.m. and
5 p.m. at Sunset Beach near the pier. Bring your own "happy hour"
refreshments and enjoy the cool breezes.
To be on the go with New Friends, you don't have to be new to the community.
Join us at our next meeting on the second Tuesday of the month, June 12
at 10 A.M. when Flo Pflaster will coordinate the meeting.
We had a warm sunny day on
the 1st of May for our annual end of the season picnic. There were about
22 there to enjoy the festivities. We had an unusual start to our picnic
BBQ theme as we choose to have sliced turkey breast and spiral ham, without
any grilling. Along with the rye bread there was an assortment of salads,
baked beans, pickles, olives and a great variety of yummy home baked desserts.
We are going to have our next meeting on August 7th at the POA clubhouse
at 11:30. We will be bringing along a bagged lunch and drink for ourselves
along with some great ideas for the upcoming season. We will have September
off and enjoy the POA's Labor Day picnic, then we will start our season
in October. Our dues will remain the same at $5.00.
Remember ladies and gentlemen, the cost of joining Cook’s Club includes
the joy of participating, forming friendships and memories, together with
some really great cooking ideas and outings.
Our next coordinator, Trinka Moore will be taking over at the August meeting.
She has some great ideas and experience. We wish Trinka a speedy mend
over the May, June and July break.
Thanks to Lynn Darby for a great season and dedication. We look forward
to seeing some new or old faces this year. It’s a great way to spend
your free time.
See you in August,
Dot Robertiello 579-1407
We play duplicate bridge in
a relaxed setting every Wednesday night at 7 P.M. at the POA.
Please bring a partner and join us. If you need a partner or want to know
more about the game, call Bob Davis at 575-0825. Recent results for the
Wednesday evening game are as follows:
5/2: 1st: Chuck/Alice Schilling; 2nd: Ed/Carolyn Woods; 3rd: Nancy Bradbury/Mary
5/16:1st: Mike/Judy Mundy; 2nd: Roy Johnson/Doris Sandberg; 3rd: Pat O’Brien/Joan
Rain has been our playing partner
for several Thursdays but this too shall pass. Congratulations to two
Renegades for scoring holes-in-one. Barbara Malina aced #3, the 100 yard
par 3 at Carolina Shores on April 26 and Donna Powers aced #3, the 109
yard par 3 at River Hills on May 11.
Game winners for the month of May have been the team of Kathy Harniman,
Sharon Clark, Kay Craig and Gloria Crane. Individual game winners have
been Kathleen Brennan, Donna Watkins and Carolyn Bosman.
Donna Powers is in charge of June. Tee time for June 7 is 9:08 and the
rest of the Thursdays in June are 8:36. Let's hope the weather co-operates
SHORES SUNDAY SCRAMBLE GROUP
The Carolina Shores Sunday
Scramble Group played Azalea Sands on Sunday, May 20. The game played
was two low gross with the following teams as the winners: First Place
to the team of Bob Jones, Steve Kaperak, Barbara Malina and a blind, with
a score of 187, Second Place to the team of Will Groner, Jerry Rubin,
Gloria Crane and a blind, with a score of 188 and Third Place to the team
of Jim Garrigan, Joe Lowry, Gloria Schroppe and Martha Hannon with a score
The weather was outstanding, the wildlife amusing and the golf balls elusive
- all contributing to much conversation for our hors d'oerves get together
following golf at the POA. Our thanks to our golf hosts Diana Mardall
and Phil Thomas and to everyone who brought the varied delicious goodies
(many recipes were shared!)
The month of June will take us to Meadowlands, Sunday, June 10 - The golf
hosts for the month will be Elaine and Bill Southard and Ilse Bateman.
A picnic dinner will follow at the POA. The sign-up sheet is posted on
the bulletin board in the POA building.
Hope to see you there! New members are always welcome.
Martha Hannon/Gloria Schroppe
Grand Strand Lady Niners (GSLN) held their first
of four 2007 Tournaments at Brick Landing on Monday, May 7, with the play
format of Captain’s Choice. Seven Carolina Shores Niners participated
in the event and had a delicious lunch following golf. Mary Anne Ketcham
was a member of the first place team and Nancy Harthausen won the prize
for the longest drive. We all enjoyed the fellowship of approximately
72 members from the nine leagues that are members of GSLN. Our next event
will be at Sea Trail on June 13.
A Father’s Day Play Nine and Dine Tournament
will be held on Sunday, June17, at Eagles Nest Golf Club. The tournament
will be open to Carolina Shores Niners and their guest. Tee time is 12:36
PM; please plan to arrive by 12:05 PM. The cost of 9 holes of golf will
be $16.00 which will be paid at the Course, along with a $2.00 prize contribution.
Dinner will follow at Pat and Mike’s in Little River at 4 PM. We
will order and pay at the restaurant. The sign-up sheet is on our Niners
desk at the Carolina Shores Pro Shop. The deadline for sign-up is Tuesday,
Our Monthly Game Tournament was held on Thursday,
May 10, at Carolina Shores. The format for the tournament was to deduct
the score of the hole with the highest strokes. Janice Garvin was the
day's winner. 2nd place was decided by a match of cards with Phyllis Gumbrell
winning; 3rd place went to JoAnne Riedel and 4th was Nancy Harthausen.
Weekly Play - Niners play every Thursday morning
at the Carolina Shores Golf Club. Please be sure to arrive a half
hour before Tee Time (tee times are posted on the sign-up sheets).
Signup sheets at the golf club house will be picked up on Tuesdays at
1 PM. If you are a new golfer or a golfer that 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 a lot of fun
CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES
Congratulations and best wishes
to Joe and Donna Lowry on their recent marriage. Many of you know Joe
who has lived in Carolina Shores for many years. His new wife, Donna,
who was born in Niagara Falls, but spent many years in Virginia and moved
to Brunswick County six years ago. She came here to be near her daughter
and grandchildren. Donna met Joe when she worked greeting newcomers to
St. Brendan's Church. Donna was a nurse, but is now enjoying days at the
gym and on the golf course. She also watches her grandson one day a week.
We welcome her to our neighborhood.
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.
AAII INVESTORS EDUCATION
The June meeting of the AAII Investor Education Group will be held at
7:00PM on Tuesday June 12, 2007 at the Carolina Shores POA building. Doug
Baxley Esq. from Shallotte NC will present “Estate Planning in the
Carolinas”. The group has no commercial affiliation and you do not
have to be a member of AAII to attend; all CSPOA members interested in
financial planning and investing are invited to attend. This is your chance
to ask questions of a lawyer who does wills and trusts here in the Carolinas.
The group will not meet in July or Aug. The next meeting will be on Tuesday,
September 11 2007 when the topics will be “Closed End Funds”
and “Annuities”. Point of contact is Gordon Robinson at 910-579-4604.
Note: This organization is not affiliated in any way with the Carolina
My family and I wish to thank
you for all the caring and prayers during Al's sudden passing. Al and
I cherished the many friendships we made in Carolina Shores. Its a great
place to live.
Ruth Decker and Family.
Our son-in-law, Byron was a
wonderful husband and father. He will be missed.
Our sincere THANKS for the beautiful cards, your concerns and most of
all your prayers.
Ron & Patty Buck
Patricia J. Flynn
9 Landing Ct.
Joel F. Pezzuto
13 Court 3 Northwest Drive
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 email@example.com
(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.