CAROLINA SHORES BULLETIN

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: CSPOA@carolinashores.net
Board Members: Mike Mundy – President, Al Franklin - Vice President, Malcolm MacRaild - Treasurer,
Bill Harniman – Director, Monty Craig – Director, Sally Nolan – Director, Connie Six – Director
Board Secretary: Angela Kopitopoulos, Vicki Samuels – Office Manager
Editor: Diana Mardall

Volume 27 Issue 3

March 2007

 

MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

After a hotly contested annual election on February 3rd, your newly expanded seven member member board of directors met in early February and chose the following:

Officers:  
  President: Mike Mundy
  Vice-President: Al Franklin
  Treasurer: Mal MacRaild
Directors:  
  Monty Craig - Chairman of the Nominating Committee
  Bill Harniman
  Sally Nolan - Board Liaison to the Facility Management Committee
  Connie Six - Board Liaison to the Recreation Committee

 









In addition, the board voted to invite Angela Kopitopoulos to serve as secretary to the board and Angela has graciously accepted that position.
One of the goals of the new board is to establish a much closer working relationship with the Town of Carolina Shores.
To aid in accomplishing that goal, both the Town and the CSPOA board have appointed members to serve as liaison between the two organizations. Don Hart will be the town’s liaison to the POA board and Mike Mundy will be our liaison to the town.
To help our standing committees continue the great work they did this past year, a board member has been assigned to be the liaison to each committee. In addition to those mentioned above, the following assignments have been made:

  ACC liaison: Al Franklin
  Audit & Finance Committee liaison: Mal MacRaild
  Communications Committee liaison: Mike Mundy





We will continue to hold bi-monthly membership meetings - the first one is scheduled for Monday, March 19th at 7:00 pm.
All of us on your new board greatly appreciate your confidence in voting for us to represent you. With your help, we will do our best to insure that Carolina Shores continues to offer the lifestyle that we all know and love.
Mike Mundy, President

UPDATE ON NEW SIGNS

We have heard many compliments since the new signs went up, but there have been several recurring questions.
Hopefully, the following information will help to answer those questions.

1. The lights on the sign at Thomasboro Road should be in place within the next two weeks.

2. The owner of the golf course has agreed to replace the sign on the golf course side of Country Club Road – artwork on the new sign was given to him on February 19th, and hopefully by the time you read this, we will have his approval.

3. Artwork on a new sign for Fairway Villas – Gate 1 has been given to the Villa’s board – with their approval, we hope to replace that sign early in March.

4. We are talking to the town of Carolina Shores about putting proper street signage on Northwest drive – Courts 1 through 12 to replace the old signs.


Mike Mundy

YARD SALE COMING

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.

MOVIE NIGHT: MARCH 18



Plan now to attend POA MOVIE NIGHT -- Sunday, March 18, at 7 p.m. Our show for March will be “Phantom of the Opera.” The POA will provide free popcorn; you bring your own beverage. You may also want to bring a comfortable beach chair or a cushion to use on a POA chair! Those who attend the March movie get to pick the movie to be shown in April. If you have movie requests or you own movies you are willing to share at Movie Night, please send an email to Mike Mundy: jammundy@atmc.net

The Joy of Cooking Helping . . .

Ingredients: steak, pork, chicken, potatoes, tomatoes, lima beans, peas, onions, okra, Worcestershire sauce, ketchup, chili sauce, vinegar, mustard, Tabasco = WORK!

Relax! Discard that cook book. Pick up a Best Seller AND a delicious helping of Brunswick Stew. You’ll have less stress and at the same time help the Brunswick County Literacy Council bring the priceless joy of reading to others.

$7 per large serving. Comes frozen in individual, microwavable containers. Order anytime through March. Contact Jean Sanborn, 575-5578 or Teddy Altreuter, 579-1057.

PAWS PLACE

Once again Paws Place offers a Big Thank You to the residents of Carolina Shores for their thoughtfulness and generosity. They greatly appreciate the donations that were made by the residents. Each and every item is of such value and meaning to a non-profit organization. If anyone is interested in adoption, whether it be a dog or cat, Paws Place is the place to go. There are so many older good well behaved dogs that were just left behind who are in need of a loving home. Give it a try. We all thank you from the bottom of our hearts,
Dot Robertiello

CELL PHONES

I want to thank everyone who donated cell phones for the Special Olympics. The Knights of Columbus collected over 700 phones throughout the area for a total of about $1900 which went to the Special Olympics. We are starting a new collection. Our goal is 1,000 phones. If you can help or know anyone who can, there will be a box at the POA Clubhouse for the phones, you can drop them off at 7 Pinewood Drive or call me at 579-7309 and I will pick them up.
George Mulcahy

THE SEA NOTES CHORAL SOCIETY

Easter time is certainly a busy time for many of us, so it’s not too early to highlight some events only your spring calendar. Add Friday evening March 30 at 8pm and Sunday afternoon, April 1 at 3pm to your entries as The Sea Notes Choral Society looks forward to presenting "Stage and Screen", a concert which is sure to be a crowd pleaser. The program includes so many familiar favorites it is impossible to include them all. Selections or medleys from Guys and Dolls, Sound of Music, Godspell, Phantom of the Opera, Amistad, Singing in the Rain, and others will fill the air. Both performances will be held at Hatch Auditorium in the Baptist Assembly on Oak Island
Dianne Hoffman will direct this concert ably assisted by Jane Boberg as principal accompanist. Other instrumentalists and soloists will be featured throughout the program to complete this evening of pure musical pleasure for singers and audience alike.
As always, there is no charge to attend our concerts, but funding for our programs is dependent upon the generosity of the communities we serve. As a non-profit organization, contributions can be tax deductible, and are gratefully accepted at the door or when mailed to PO box 10081, Southport NC 28461. Learn about the ‘Friends of the Sea Notes’ and additional concert details, by calling John Sherrill at 278-7025, or look for us on the web at www.sea-notes.com

INVESTORS

AAII (American Association of Individual Investors) Investor Education Group has begun meeting in Carolina Shores at the Carolina Shores POA building on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00pm. The AAII is an independent corporation whose purpose is assisting individuals in becoming effective managers of their own assets through programs of education and information. There is no affiliation with any financial services organization. There are 50 local chapters in the US but none within 100 miles of here. The March meeting will be at 7:00 pm. on Tues. March 13 at the Carolina Shores POA Building. The meetings are run as round tables and the two topics to be discussed at the March meeting are: "How Taxation Effects Investment Decisions" and "A Discussion of Risk". You do not have to be a member of AAII to attend, all POA members and guests are invited to attend. Point of contact is Gordon Robinson 910 579-4604.
Note: AAII is not affiliated in any way with Carolina Shores POA.

DIRECTORY CORRECTIONS

 

Gail Cohen and Danny Thomas
5 Swamp Fox
Telephone # 579-1880

Please enter the following member into the directory:
Edward & Bernice Morris
17 Sand Dollar Dr.
Telephone # 910 579-7547

Please make correction of name for:
Harry & Mellissa Douglas
88 Calabash Drive
Tel.# 910 579-8810

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAROLINA SHORES QUILTERS GUILD

The Carolina Shores Quilters Guild held their February 9 meeting at the P.O.A. with 32 members and one guest present. After our business meeting and talented show and tell, we enjoyed a Round Robin Workshop led by our own members and learned some important information and tips.
Our next meeting will be at the P.O.A. on March 9, at 9:30 a.m. After our business meeting Lucy Timmerman will hold a workshop, Quilt As You Go Table Runner. A supply list will be in our Quilters News Letter. Hope to see you there; all quilters are invited regardless of their experience.
Bonnie Reinecke - 575-4051

NARFE

NARFE will hold their March meeting on March 6th. Our new meeting place will be at Calabash Steak and Tavern (old Haley's place). The time will be 11:30 AM.

NARFE is having their 5th Annual Card Party at Calabash Steak and Tavern on April 17th at 10:30 AM until 3:00 PM. The tickets will be $15.00. This will benefit Alzheimer's research.
Contact Ellie Girard 575-0890 or
Ester Malmfeldt 579-0638

GARDEN CLUB

Many thanks to all of our guests and volunteers for making our Carolina Shores Scholarship Luncheon and Card Party such a wonderful success.
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, March 14 at 1pm at the POA. We will feature a Round Robin Workshop - "Crafts for the Garden" - presented by members of the Carolina Shores Garden Club. Come join us for an informative and fun afternoon. All are welcome!
Eva Jensen

CAROLINA SHORES BOWLING LEAGUE

The second half of the bowling season has started. Some games and series for January and February:
Bob Davis 224, Ray Richard 214, Dan Mann 219, Bob Grudee 222, Bob Berry 268, Gloria Schroppe 200, Rita Gallo 217, Bev Farmarco 201, Ron Buck 202, Mal MacRaild 235, High Series: TJ. Bagley 551, Irene Beard 452, Pearl Blaine 485, Beverly Shaw 420, Elaine Rio 428, Pat Cejka 430, Rita Gallo 514, Mae Kerr 510, Dan Mann 543, Bob Davis 543, Bob Browning 502, Joe Farmarco 538, Bob Grudee 527. Lee Paulikas bowled 122 pins over avg, David Pflaster 102 over, Ray Richard 129 over and Tori Gidlow 94 pins over.
Ellie Girard

TENNIS

Monday, Wednesday & Friday open tennis is going strong and attracting more players each week. Everyone gets to play and all levels of play are welcome. Play begins at 9:00am.
If there is enough interest, we are thinking about having a mixed doubles round robin tournament in mid-April. There would be a pot luck brunch immediately after the tennis right next to the courts. In case of bad weather the brunch will be held at the POA building. A date has not been confirmed, but the tournament will be after the Easter holiday. There will be a sign-up sheet posted in mid-March.
The tennis tournament is open to everyone and the brunch is for players, former players, non players and anyone else looking to party. Of course BYOB. So please sign-up for a "Spring Fling " tennis tournament. Bob Anthony 579.9666.

NEW HORIZONS SINGLES GROUP

March’s activities will be a little different. Instead of our regular third Tuesday of the month meeting at the POA at 5 pm., we are going out to the VFW in Calabash for Corned Beef & Cabbage on St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday the 17th. So wear something green and be ready for some Irish music. All interested can contact Mary Wilson or myself by March 6th. The following Monday, the 19th, we will be going for our annual luncheon to the Horry Georgetown Technical College at 12 noon. Ellie Dewalt can be contacted if you intend to come along. Our next regular meeting will be in April.
Pat Ferstler

NEW FRIENDS

Of the twenty ladies present at the February meeting of New Friends, eight were new New Friends. Most of these newest residents left Connecticut and New Jersey before the snows set in! Does that tell us that our community is growing? Does that tell us that others are finding Carolina Shores to be a wonderful place for retirement, for visiting, for enjoying life? Kathy Sanders opened the meeting with a Valentine ice-breaker. Do you know who sent the first Valentine card? Ask a New Friend!
With so many new members present, some of the plans and programs of the organization were explained. The Potluck dinners held bi-monthly include an array of great food, followed by games and activities of all types. Dates for these events: Saturday, March 24 at the POA; June 15 and August 18 at the pool and a family Halloween Party on October 27. Other events sponsored are a Thanksgiving Dinner and a New Year's Eve Party.
The New Friends Travel Committee reported about some exciting upcoming events:
Thursday, March 22 - Lunch at the Culinary Institute, S.C.
Saturday, April 14 - Azalea Festival at Wilmington (all booked!)
Some other events/trips include two nights in Savannah, GA.; Red Neck Wedding Cruise on the “Henrietta”, Wilmington, N.C.; Sun Cruz Casino Boat Cruise, Lunch at Webster House in Mullins S.C.; House of Blues Mystery Dinner, and Alabama Theatre Christmas Show. Watch for further information in upcoming issues The Bulletin’s New Friends news.
Please bring your non-perishable goods for the county food banks to the next meeting on Tuesday, March 13. Barb Jones will lead that meeting and then lead the ladies off to lunch. Join this active group of neighbors and friends.

NEW FRIENDS OUTING

Be a Guest at a "REDNECK WEDDING" on a Riverboat in Wilmington on June 21, 2007. Save the date and more information will follow!

NEEDLEWORK CLUB FIELD TRIP

The Carolina Shores Needlework Club's March meeting (Monday, March 12) will be a field trip to visit the knitting group that meets at the Hickman's Crossing Library. Our group will meet at the library at 10 a.m., spend the morning with the Hickman's Crossing group, and then go to lunch around Noon.
We welcome new members for this and all of our meetings. If you would like a ride to the March 12 meeting call Joyce Davis, 575-0825. Our group
now has a brown plastic container (labeled "Needlework Club) in the storage closet at the POA that contains all of our donated yarn and all of the completed squares people have contributed to our "Lap Robes for Nursing
Homes" project. Anyone is welcome to take some of the yarn and knit or crochet 8" squares (or a complete lap robe) for the project. There is an easy-to-
make pattern for lap robes in the box that you can copy. Please put
completed squares (or lap robes) in the box, marked with your name so we can thank you. We also would love to have some volunteers to take the donated squares and assemble them into lap robes (we just mix and match them any way we want).

COOKS CLUB

February's High Tea Luncheon was dedicated to Lorna Golden. One of her decorated hats had a special table place, as we recalled the finesse of her fine High Tea years ago. She was with us this day in spirit. The table settings with fine china and patterned silver were very well matched to our Ladies in their hats and gloves.
Team members were: Dot Robertiello, with thanks to Halla, Grayce, Lynn, and Solanda for their specialty cookies. Our Trinka was the Teapot Lady who brought in her collection for us, along with some cookies.
Dot's Menu was home made savory soups; Vegetable Beef with Orzo, and Creamy Tomato sausage with basil; chicken salad with green grapes, three varieties of Quiche, and an Artichoke Puffs recipe of Grace Farley's, zucchini pie, salmon/cheese pastry cups, and mixed greens with raspberry vinaigrette. Many thanks to all those who stayed behind to help clean up and get it all in the car for Dot. Next Month, on Friday, March 2, we will meet at 10:50 AM at Christopher's Pizza Parking lot, to have an outing to Surfside Beach for "Lunch at Ryan's and a trip to Hudson's Flea Market." Then, on Tuesday, March 6th the regular meeting will feature a Kitchen Demo and luncheon with Lynn's Mild and Mellow Delectable Crab Cakes. There are 2 new team members signed up for sides of Salad and Dessert. Call to bring in 3-4 electric frying pans, and anyone else may sign up to be on the team.
Reminder: Nominations needed for officers of 2007-2008 at March meeting, with the reveal at April's Meeting with Joan Gilbert doing an Italian theme luncheon. The club meets the first Tuesday of each month at 11:30 A.M. in the POA. Any questions, or if you wish to join the March team for crab cakes or to join our club, call Lynn Darby at 910-579-7526.
Lynn Darby

MARATHON BRIDGE

Start looking in your recipe books for a good POT LUCK meal to share on April 24th! Soft drinks, plates, etc. will be provided. BYOB. In the meantime, keep dealing!!
Ray Gosciniak, Jody Personette 579 6086

LADIES BRIDGE LUNCHEON

The Ladies Spring Bridge Luncheon for Carolina Shores POA members will be held at Brick Landing on Wednesday, March 21. Sign up for the luncheon will be held Monday, March 12 at 8:30 AM in the POA library. Cost of the luncheon will be $13.50. Menu will be announced later.
Lois Howard and Carolyn Woods [575-4520]


DUPLICATE BRIDGE

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.
Jan 24 1st Bob/Joyce Davis, 2nd Ed/Carolyn Woods, 3rd Doug/Jean Falls, 4th Don/Evie Hart, 5th Roy Johnson/ Doris Sandberg
Jan 31 1st Ed Woods/Bob Davis, 2nd Doug/Jean Falls, 3rd Roy Johnson/Doris Sandberg
Feb 7 1st Ray Gosciniak/Jody Personnette, 2nd Pat O’Brien/ Joan LaForge, 3rd Roy Johnson/Doris Sandberg, 4th Nancy Bradbury/Mary Scott, 5th Mike/Shirley Tolochko
Bob Davis

CSLGA

January and February produced some miserable weather, but we have managed some nice play days. Sign up on the bulletin board in the pro shop and join us.
At the annual meeting, dues were set at $25.00 for the year. Tournament Chair, Marie Strickler, will post the schedule for 2007. Check the bulletin board in the pro shop.
Club 25 starts the new year at Carolina Shores G & CC on March 25th at 0900. April 2nd will be at Carolina National. Checks will be collected by Marlene Cleary and Sally Manifold after March 1st.
Ladybird’s first tournament will be March 28th at Oak Island. The sign up sheet will be posted three weeks before checks are due. Please remember: First to pay, are first on list.
At the November meeting, Lynn Jerr was elected President. She has since become ill and is receiving medical treatment in Houston, TX. Lynn has decided to resign and concentrate on her health. It saddens all of us, but we fully concur. Bev Farmarco, elected VP, has agreed to fill the vacated office.
Sally Manifold - Publicity Chair

CAROLINA SHORES SUNDAY SCRAMBLE GROUP


The Carolina Shores Sunday Scramble Group played at Panthers Run on February 4, 2007
Playing a Best Ball format, the winning team was: Bill Southard, Barbara Malina, Martha Hannon and Ro Buzzell.
Coming in second was the team of George Malina, Teddy Altreuter and Laura Duncan.
Third place went to the team of Norm Buzzell, Dave Duncan, Elaine Southard and Ilse Bateman.
The Scramble for March will celebrate St. Patrick' Day with its tournament on March 11at Brierwood golf course followed by a corned beef and cabbage dinner at the POA. First tee time will be 9:30.

THE RENEGADES

Through rain and cold, the Renegades played on in February. Game winners for the month were Barbara Malina and Laura Duncan. Low putts were carded by Kathy Harniman and Laura Duncan and chip-ins were made by Sharon Clark (2), Kay Craig, Pauline Millosky and Dolores Sanborn (2). Congratulations ladies. Also, a big congratulations to Kathy Hahl who scored a hole-in-one on January 10 playing the 12th hole at River's Edge Golf Course.

Don't forget to sign up for the St. Patrick's golf and dinner on March 15 to be held at Brierwood and Flynn's. The sign up sheet for golf and food is on the Clubhouse board.

Any ladies of Carolina Shores, newcomer or not, who would like to participate in golf and fun and of course lunch, call Jane Jordan for more details.
March play will be at Carolina Shores with Teddy Altreuter and Peg Buchanan in charge

CAROLINA SHORES NINERS

The annual St. Patrick’s Day Tournament and Dinner will be held at the Carolina Shores Golf Club on Sunday, March 11, 2007. Play will be couples for 9 holes of regular golf with a tee time of 1PM. Please plan to arrive by 12:30AM. We will meet after golf at 4:00 PM for dinner at the Carolina Shores Golf Club House to share an Irish meal of corned beef and cabbage plus dessert. The cost of the golf will be $18 per person (covering green fees and cart) which you will pay at the Club House. Dinner will cost $10 person. Please make checks for the dinner payable to “Carolina Shores Niners” and get them to Joan McNamara by March 5, 2007. The sign-up sheet will be on our Niners’ desk in the Pro Shop by February 22, 2007.

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 playing.
Nancy Harthausen 575-2923

WELCOME NEW NEIGHBORS

Tom & Georgetta Leach
21 Oakbark Court 575-2824
Tom and Georgetta have lived in and around the Pittsburgh area for many years, their most recent location being Canadohta Lake about two hours north of Pittsburgh. Tom was a movement director for Norfolk and Southern Railroad, and Georgetta worked as an aide for the elderly. They have been living in Sunset Beach for the past three years. Tom enjoys golfing, and Georgetta loves shopping. They have six grandchildren, which makes for lots of trips back north! Right now they are busy fixing up their new home.

Marguerite and Billy Szczech/Carper
13 Calabash Ct. 575-2044
Marguerite and Billy moved to Carolina Shores in August, 2006. She comes here from the Village of Calabash but is originally from the Rochester, NY area. Billy is a native North Carolinian. She is a homemaker and has done lots of volunteering. Billy was a business owner. She loves reading, needlework, and walking. He loves to swim and fish. Both love the beach. Marguerite has 5 children and 6 grandchildren; Billy has 4 children, 7 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Needless to say, this makes Christmas a busy time for them!

Patricia and John Golden
11 Court 5 Northwest Drive (203) 640-0904 (cell)
Pat and John hail from Milford, a coastal town in Connecticut. They have friends in the Wilmington area and wanted to move to a warmer climate yet still be near the water. Pat searched the Internet and with the aid of a Realtor, found Carolina Shores. Both are semi-retired. John was in sales and Pat did medical billing. Pat enjoys painting (watercolors), playing cards, gardening, and cooking. John likes competitive pistol shooting and reading. They have three children as well as three grandchildren and one step-great grandson. Pat and John really like the area and are looking forward to becoming involved in our community.

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.

 


INFORMATION ABOUT
"THE CARE TEAM"

Call Mary Pritchard, Coordinator at 579-4684


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 579-4684
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

THANKS

Friends, Neighbors and Members:
Wrote my last thank you just 8 months ago and here I am again. Your support and encouragement all year long – in many different ways – gave us the strength and courage to get where we needed to go and do what we needed to do in 2006. 2007 brought us to an end that we didn’t see coming, but it did. So now I thank you, once again, for thinking of me during this very dark and sad time. Your kindness is a comfort to me and will give me the strength to only remember the good.
Jamie Hoskinson

To my brother Jack, my son Jim, friends and neighbors......
Thank you for the many kindnesses and the many "Get Well Cards" and "Prayers". I recently went for a stress test which told my cardiologist a catherization was necessary...having that, I was then told "Open Heart Surgery" was required. Four by-passes and one Aortic valve later along with four days at Grand Strand Hospital, I was released and went home to 45 Bayberry Circle where Gloria has been taking care of me. I am on the recovery road and feeling much better......once again thank you for everything before and after surgery
Jim Garrigan

IN MEMORIAM

Bob Ferrell - 94 Calabash Dr.
Joan Anne O'Donnell - 9 Calabash Dr.