To Contact Board Members or the POA: 579-2044 or e-mail at CSPOA@carolinashores.net
Board Members: Pete Gulliver – President, Bob Jones – Vice President, Kerry Jarrell –Treasurer,
Al Franklin – Director, Brent Horten – Director, Linda Pennington – Director, Mike Riccitelli – Director,
Merrilee Burns – Co-Editor Linda Rugg – Co-Editor
CSPOA web site: www.carolinashoresPOA.org
Message from the Board – Pete Gulliver, President
Currently the following property owners have been suspended from membership for non-payment of dues and assessments, and are NOT PERMITTED TO USE ANY AMENITIES OR ATTEND POA SPONSORED FUNCTIONS EITHER AS A MEMBER OR AS A GUEST OF A MEMBER. In order to protect your financial interest in the corporation, liens have been filed against their property with the Brunswick County Clerk’s Office:
· Gere & Marge Dale - 46 Calabash Dr.
· FB Development Co. - 64 Carolina Shores Pkwy.
· Ernest D. & Joy Hancock - 4 Cleek Ct.
· Mark & Nora Jannelli - 1 Court 12
· Thomas & Terrie Kirby - 5 Gate 11
· Priscilla Knight - 7 Swamp Fox Dr.
· Deborah Langdon- 89 Carolina Shores Dr.
· Nona LaPointe-Regan- 5 Arden Ct.
· Pat Lovallo & John Sorbella - 20&22 Gate 5
· Kenneth & Kelly Massey - 6 Buoy Ct.
· Richard Peak Jr. - 38 Sunfield Dr.
· Richard Pratt - 14 Northwest Dr.
· Martin Quinlan - 6 Lakeview Ct.
· Brian & Lisa Roberts - 14 Swamp Fox Dr.
· Margaret Rossi - 24 Carolina Shores Parkway
· F. Wade & Lahana Sutton - 14 Cleek Ct.
· Timothy & Catherine Williams - 13 Ct. 9 NW Dr.
· Todd Yando - 29 Gate 6
The Board has two important reminders.
1. Concerning our Holiday Party:
THE LAST DAY TO PICK UP YOUR FREE HOLIDAY PARTY TICKETS IS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15. Once the caterer is given a head count we are responsible for paying $25 for every ticket issued. Unfortunately, there isn’t a refund provision for last minute changes in plans or a sudden illness, etc. or a provision for pay at the door walk-ins. Sea Trail staff will be collecting tickets at the door.
The Business Office has received inquiries about bringing non-residential guests to the Holiday Party. In order to accommodate these requests, members in good standing may purchase NON-REFUNDABLE HOLIDAY PARTY TICKETS FOR $25 EACH for their guests.
2. Concerning our Business Office:
Our Business Office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, and the day after Thanksgiving. The Business Office will be closed from November 26 through December 1. The reason for this closing is to accommodate scheduled maintenance including painting the Business Office and file office walls and ceiling. This work is exceptionally disruptive to the delivery of customer services because it involves removing desks, file cabinets, phones, computers, etc. and storing this equipment in the Business Office area hallway. This week was chosen because historically we have minimal requests for customer services during this time.
At the request of your Board, Gary Stewart added two documents to our POA website. They are the Town’s policy concerning the Responsibility for Maintenance of Roadside Swales and the Town’s Request for Service form. One of the reasons we asked Gary to add these documents was that our ACC folks have received inquiries about swales in front of vacant lots. It seems that some residents have been given the impression that it is the POA’s responsibility to maintain the swales in front of vacant property. The “Maintenance” document defines the Town’s responsibility and the Property Owner’s responsibility. With the exception of the very few pieces of POA owned buffer property that contain roadside swales, the POA is no more or less responsible for swale maintenance than any other property owner. If you are unsure about where the responsibility for swale maintenance for a specific piece of property lies, fill out the Request for Service form and bring it to Town Hall. If you find that inconvenient our business office will fax it for you.
On MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, AT 7:00 p.m. we will have our annual FALL COMMUNITY MEETING. Although the Fall Community Meeting has traditionally been devoted solely to an explanation and discussion of the proposed annual budget, we are also going to be discussing the recommendations of the Advisory Committee concerning changes to our Declaration of Restrictions. Refreshments will be available.
In my September and October columns I gave you a detailed description of our Advisory Committee’s recommendations concerning some changes to our Declaration of Restrictions (DOR). The last time the membership was asked to approve the Advisory Committee’s recommendations involving updates to the DOR was in 2000. One of the reasons this process occurs so infrequently was that the mechanics of the actual voting was an arduous process that required the ballots to be notarized. Our attorney has advised us that is no longer a requirement.
When you are asked to approve the Advisory Committee’s recommendations, your ballot will NOT have to be notarized.
Thank you to our Bulletin editors, Linda Rugg and Merrilee Burns
Monday, November 5: Community Meeting at 7:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse
Wednesday, November 14: Monthly Board Meeting at 9:30 a.m. at the POA clubhouse
Thursday, November 15: Last day to get free Holiday Party Tickets until 12:00 noon at the POA office
Saturday, December 1: Holiday Party from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Sea Trail Convention Center
Carolina Shores Property Owners’ Association Proposed 2013 Budget – Kerry Jarrell
Pottery Lovers - Diana Mardall
Stay Centered Studio invites you to view their latest work. Visit the new showroom at 286c Koolabrew Road, just west of Rt. 17 in Calabash. There is beautiful, unique, hand-made pottery, functional and decorative, all made by local potters from Carolina Shores and Sunset Beach.
The holiday hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., from now until December 18.
Contact Diana Mardall at 575-7804 if you need more information.
Community Yard Sale – John Manning
AMERICAN LEGION POST #503 will hold a yard sale at:
CALABASH MEDICAL CENTER
10081 BEACH DRIVE (Rt. 179)
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
Rain date Saturday, November 17
8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Call 910-575-5037 for information
Community Blood Drive – John Manning
AMERICAN LEGION POST #503 is having a blood drive at:
10277 BEACH DRIVE (Rt. 179) CALABASH, NC
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10
7:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon
Remember to bring your “ID”
Call 910-575-5037 for appointment or information.
The CSPOA’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner – Joyce Dunn
YOU ARE INVITED to Thanksgiving Dinner on Thursday, November 22, at 4 p.m. at the POA clubhouse. This linen table cloth event is a special gathering of those in our community who would like to gather with their neighbors to enjoy a delicious meal and give thanks for all our blessings in 2012.
The POA provides the turkey(s), drink setups, sodas, and coffee. Each guest is asked to bring a dish to share and anything special you wish to drink. Everyone is asked to contribute $1.00 to cover other costs.
To reserve a spot at this grand dinner, call or email Joyce Dunn at 575-0825 or email her at email@example.com and let her know how many are in your party and what dish you will bring.
We need VOLUNTEERS to cook the turkey(s), setup and cleanup so please raise your hand and offer to help!
Holiday Party – Pat McKay
SAVE THE DATE!
DID YOU GO TO THE POA TO OBTAIN YOUR FREE TICKETS TO OUR ANNUAL POA HOLIDAY PARTY YET? (NO TICKET, NO ENTRY INTO PARTY!)
If not, there is still time to do so! Please go IN PERSON to pick up your ticket between Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to-12:00 p. m. from now until November 15. If you are unable to do so, please let one of the office staff know of your situation. Door prizes will be raffled off from collected ticket entries at the party. Each ticket will be numbered and registered by the office staff. (If anyone is unable to attend after obtaining a ticket, PLEASE contact the POA office, Jeanne Zalasko, or Pete Gulliver as we will need to adjust our numbers for the caterer. We WILL be charged for NO-SHOWS!)
Our party will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. at Sea Trail Resort and Conference Center, 75A Clubhouse Road, Sunset Beach, NC. It is open to ALL residents in good standing. Since the Business Office has received inquiries from residents in good standing about bringing non-residential guests, it has been decided that they may purchase NON-REFUNDABLE HOLIDAY PARTY TICKETS FOR $25 EACH for their guests. Also, if a property owner has more than one house and has renters in their other property(ies), the tenants are considered residents, and may attend the Holiday Party at NO charge.
Sea Trail has generously and graciously waived the fees for bartenders, room rental, set-up and clean up!
Chicken tenderloins with honey mustard
Spring rolls with sweet and sour sauce
Linguine and penne pasta with alfredo and marinara sauces served with garlic bread. Toppings will include rock baby shrimp, grilled chicken and sausage, broccoli, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes and bell peppers.
Boneless breast of turkey served with silver dollar rolls, cranberry sauce and condiments.
Coffee, soft drinks and ice water station
Dessert: Sheet cake
Cash bar for alcoholic drinks
Please share all of this information with your friends and neighbors, especially those who do NOT have a computer to receive email. If anyone needs transportation to this venue, please phone the POA office for assistance. We welcome your suggestions and assistance, and we look forward to celebrating the beginning of the holiday season together!
North Myrtle Beach Christmas Cantata – Kathy Whalen
Several members of our community are singing with the North Myrtle Beach All City Choir. They will be performing “All Is Calm- All Is Bright” on Saturday, December 1, at 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 2, at 7:00 p.m. at Ocean Drive Presbyterian Church, 6th Avenue, N. Myrtle Beach. The performance is free, but tickets are required. Tickets may be acquired from Choir Members, or at the North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce.
Can you help? – Mary Pritchard
The South Brunswick Interchurch Council is trying to provide a Christmas Turkey Dinner for 175 families in need in the South Brunswick area.
For $20 you can give a family of 4-5 people a box that includes:
12-14 pound frozen turkey
Yams 2 cans Green beans 2 cans
Corn 2 cans Cranberry sauce
Dinner Rolls Pumpkin pie
Contact Wendy Horten at 579-0467 or Rosemary Jones at 579-9338
Carolina Shores Happenings – Marlene Stewart
A recent article in the Brunswick Beacon interviewed Bradley Huggins of the Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office. Officer Huggins is with the bicycle patrol division, and Carolina Shores is one of the communities where he patrols. First and foremost he warns everyone to keep their garage doors closed even when you are at home. We have been trying to impress this upon our residents, particularly the new people to the community. We live in a relatively safe community, but you can’t let your guard down. Not only is an open garage door in invitation for anyone to come right into your home, it can also invite snakes into your home as well!
Congratulations to Joyce Dunn and her partner, Marlene McDonough, for winning the Brunswick County Literary Council Adult Spelling Bee. Joyce says that Teddy Altreuter called her to see if she wanted to go to watch, and the next thing Joyce knew she was signing up to participate. Their team was sponsored by Drs. Daniel and Anna Blizzard. The winning word was “sluice”.
Janine Sommer turned “90” in a grand way. First her nephew from Germany, Sven Gregor, came for a week’s visit. During that time, Nancy and Tony Sneska hosted a birthday party for Janine at their home. The next day, the Monday Bridge Group held a party for her at the POA clubhouse. Janine received many beautiful cards and gifts, and lots of phone calls from France and Germany.
News from the Town of Carolina Shores -- Commissioner Joyce Dunn
At the Town’s October workshop Jerry Pierce, Brunswick County Director of Public Utilities, did a presentation on two upcoming utility projects that will affect our community:
1. Upgrading of the sewer pump station located within the CSPOA: The County is in the process of bidding out a major upgrade to this station. They will build a new pump station (replacing the existing one) with a set capacity limit. All excess sewage will move directly to the West Brunswick pump station. This will significantly reduce the current problem of the station exceeding its capacity and overflowing during heavy rain storms. As part of this project the County will build a road going directly from the pump station to Route 17, which will eliminate the need for heavy trucks on our POA roads. The project should be completed by December 2013.
2. Water Main Installation: Between this year and 2014 the County has scheduled water main installation on Pinewood Drive, Sunfield Drive and Mashie Court. Once the installation is completed, property owners affected have the option of connecting to the water main for the price of $1,800. Homeowners who have existing wells and wish to stay with them may do so; however, any new homes constructed on vacant lots must connect to County water and will not be issued permits to drill wells. This requirement also will apply to any existing home should their well fail and need to be replaced.
The Town’s Manager of Public Works, Tom Donlon, reported completion of the following special tasks in September:
· All roads were inspected and pot holes repaired.
· A large limb and vines that fell from an empty lot onto Landing Court was removed.
· Debris and fallen limbs were removed from the swale at an empty lot on Yellow Jacket.
· Swale at the corner of Sunfish and Carolina Shores Parkway was cleared.
· A pothole was repaired at 6 Bayberry Circle.
· The NCDOT was contacted and asked to clear and maintain the ditch at Food Lion (which belongs to the State).
Carolina Shores Quilting Guild – Rose Mary Jones
Twenty quilters met in the POA clubhouse on October 12 and welcomed new member, Lisa Weller. Patterns for teddy bears were distributed. Members will be furnishing small stuffed bears to the pediatric patients at Brunswick Novant Medical Center while continuing to supply quilts to the Ronald McDonald House.
After the business meeting Barbara Hutton continued instruction on the Mystery Quilts; this project will continue after the November meeting as well.
Visitors and new members are welcome to join meetings held on the second Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m. at the POA clubhouse. An instructional workshop usually follows each meeting and continues on the fourth Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m. Participants bring bag lunches and break to socialize and continue working awhile longer. No quilting experience is required since those with experience are willing to share their knowledge with beginners.
New Horizons – Eleanor Dawalt
Many of us enjoyed dinner and music at the Horst Gasthaus in October. We missed those of you who could not make it.
Our next meeting will be November 13 at 5 p.m. at which time we will finalize Christmas party plans.
Someone will call you about food. Pat Ferstler said to bring a joke to tell.
Needlework News – Margie Pettersen
The Needlework group assembled at the POA clubhouse on Monday, October 8, 2012. This group meets in the POA Board Room* on the second Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. to sit and knit (or crochet). We stop at 11:30 to eat our bag lunches and share a dessert brought by a member. We have no officers or dues and you’ll find us around the table chatting and working. We welcome donations of yarn or needlework supplies of any kind and use the donated yarn for some of our charitable works.
If you’re new to the community and love working with your hands, this is the group for you. You don’t have to be experienced to join us; we have members willing to help with knitting, crocheting or needlework crafts. Our next meeting will be on November 12, 2012. Margie Pettersen will provide the dessert.
*Please enter through the POA office to access the Board Room.
Garden Club News – Debbie O'Dell
The September meeting was a wonderful success. Ellen Pecina presented a slide show on “Wine and Roses”, the garden tour from this past spring. Joanne Bendy presented a video on a “Man Called Pearl”. A trip is planned on Friday, November 2, to visit the topiary garden of Pearl and then a stop at Magnolia Mall and the State Farmers’ Market in Florence.
Our Soup and Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, November 17, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse. If you have never attended this event, it is well worth your time. Barbara Errickson, Chair of the Soup Sale, and Margie Pettersen, Chair of the Bake Sale, are working hard to make this a great event. Members – please contact either of these ladies and let them know what baked goods or soup you will be bringing and also don’t forget to volunteer to help that day.
The Program Committee will be raffling off a Gardening Themed Basket. Tickets may be purchased at the November meeting and at the Soup and Bake Sale. The drawing will take place at the end of the Soup and Bake sale.
Our Christmas Luncheon is planned for Wednesday, December 12, at Clark’s Seafood and Chop House. A very tasty menu is being offered. Tickets will be on sale at the November meeting.
The Beautification Committee will be decorating the Town sign on the corner of Route 179 and Country Club Road for the Holiday Season on November 27 starting at 10:00 a.m. They need your help! Contact Phyllis Hartley at 575-2356 if you can help with making bows and/or the decorating.
See you on Wednesday, November 14. Our program will be presented by Mark Blevin from the Brunswick County Beekeeper Association.
Book Discussion Group – Pat McKay
Two non-fiction books were discussed at the Book Discussion Group's October 19 meeting at 10:00 a.m.
The first, "The Color of Water" by James McBride, tells the story of Ruth McBride Jordan, the two good men she married, and the 12 good children she raised. Mrs. Jordan, a Polish Jew, immigrated to America soon after birth. As an adult she married a black man and then battled not only racism, but also poverty as she raised her children. Written in a journalistic style, the author tells a success story, a testament to one woman's true heart, solid values and indomitable will. McBride is compassionate, insightful, realistic, and most of all, inspiring!
Our second selection, "Franklin and Eleanor" by Hazel Rowley, tells the behind-the-scenes stories of this famous couple's lives, their complicated relationship, which seemed to 'work' as they both accomplished so much good for our country at a time when it was imperative to do so! They constantly risked their lives (normalcy and complacency) to volunteer their services to help others. They were true heroic public servants who, although flawed (like us all!), are well-deserving of our praise and gratitude to this day!
Both selections generated good, lively discussion amongst the group! Please join us on the third Friday of each month in the POA library as we continue to welcome new members over the many years this club has been in existence!
New Friends – Barbara Jones
Rosemary Jones led the October meeting. She researched information for us about October fests in Bavaria and Germany. Also, we were well informed by the numerous flyers she shared with us concerning different festivities in our area. We all enjoyed her efforts. The meeting concluded with a very nice lunch at the Grapevine Restaurant.
New Friends meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the POA clubhouse. Everyone is welcome. You do not need to be new to attend. There are no officers or dues, just a friendly group of people who enjoy being with others. Please bring a food item for the Brunswick County food pantry. Following the meeting many in the group go out for lunch. Please mark your calendar and join this fun group.
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The Travel Committee is planning some fun events. Keep reading this column monthly and contact the event coordinator early if you want to attend a function! Also, if you have any ideas for this committee to explore, please let one of us know!
November 16 - Alabama Theater Holiday show at 2:00 p.m. Group rate is $27 per person.
November 22 – Thanksgiving Dinner will be held at the POA at 4:00 p.m. Contact Joyce Dunn.
December 2 - Wilmington Christmas House Tour from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. with lunch first. Contact is Ellen Pecina.
January, 2013 - date to be announced for our annual lunch at the Culinary Institute.
Keep your eyes on this column! Other events will be announced as the time approaches.
Renegade News – Debbie O’Dell
We celebrated our Pretty and Pink Tournament on Thursday, October 18. Thanks go to Carol Groner and Gloria Crane for planning this wonderful event. The game was a team game, “2 low net plus bring home the pink ball”. We finished this event with Hors d’oeuvres and wine along with the awarding of prizes following our general meeting at the POA clubhouse.
At our General Meeting we elected officers for 2013. President: Martha Hannon, Vice President: Betty Weaver, Secretary: Karen Hertling, Treasurer: Lin Penta, and Tournament Chairs: Carolyn Bosman and Geri McTighe. The final version of the changes of the “Constitution, By-Laws and Rules” was approved. If anyone would like a copy, email Karen Hertling and she will send you one. A copy is also posted on the Renegades bulletin board at the pro shop.
The Christmas tournament and dinner will be held on December 13 at the Thistle Golf Course with dinner following. We will have a shotgun start at 9:00 a.m., cocktails at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6:15 p.m. Your hosts for this event are Mary Hedrick, Bev Farmarco and Bernice Morris. The sign-up sheet is posted on the Renegades bulletin board at the pro shop.
Chairpersons for our regular weekly play in November are Debbie Courtemanche and Debbie Creamer. Tee time for the month is at 8:32 a.m.
Sunday Scramble--Diana Mardall
Nineteen players played at Carolina Shores under blue skies and sunshine. Thank you Dee and Ilsa for ordering up such lovely weather! The game was a straight scramble and winners, all three places by match of cards, were:
1st Place with 71: Frank Pritchett, Susan Jarrell, Betty Weaver, Chris Gallo
2nd Place with 73: Bill Weaver, Diana Mardall, Linda Mullins, Ilsa Bateman
3rd Place with 74: Karl Pettersen, Bob Jones, Teddy Altreuter, Dee Gillin
Following golf most people enjoyed a well deserved lunch at the course.
On November 11 we will be playing on the Jones Course at Sea Trail. Cost is $35, first tee time is 10:02 a.m. and Joyce Dunn and Keith Rogerson are our hostess and host. The sign-up sheet has been posted on the POA bulletin board. If you have any questions about this outing, please call Joyce.
We’re playing golf at Crow Creek on December 9 and our celebratory Christmas dinner will be held at Tamer’s at Ocean Ridge. The sign-up sheet will be available shortly, but make sure you hold the date.
If anyone is interested in joining this fun golf group, please contact Diana Mardall at 575-7804. Annual dues are $12.
Carolina Shores Bowling League – Sharon Lynch
The Bowling League is off to a great start! We are still in need of Subs. If you are interested, please call Sharon Lynch at 575-2106 or Mal MacRaild at 910-880-4166.
Bowling scores from September 25 - Men: Mike Romola had a 191 game with a 511 series, Joe Weiler had a 188 game with a 520 series, Mal MacRaild bowled a 187 game with a 521 series and Joe Fioravanti had a 182 game with a 505 series. Women: Beverly Farmarco bowled a 194 game with a 477 series, Diana Mardell had a 181 game with a 452 series, Linda Pennington had a 177 game with a 457 series and Pat Herdic bowled a 160 game with a 435 series.
Bowling scores from October 2 - Men: John Lynch bowled a 231 game with a 561 series, Joe Fioravanti had a 224 game with a 552 series, Mike Romola bowled a 212 game and Don Rose had a 197 game with a 543 series. Women: Linda Pennington bowled a 186 with a 490 series, Mary Frances Ryon had a 172 game, Sharon Lynch had a 165 game with a 425 series and Marilyn Davidson had a 161 game with a 401 series.
Bowling scores from October 9 - Men: Mike Romola bowled a 201 game, Harry Creamer had a 184 game with a 485 series, John Lynch bowled a 184 game, Mike Riccitelli had a 181 game and Joe Fioravanti bowled a 178 game with a 514 series. Women: Marilyn Davidson had a 179 game with a 456 series, Linda Pennington had a 164 game with a 437 series, Pat Herdic had a 158 game with a 438 series and Nancy Harthausen bowled a 155 game.
Bowling scores from October 16 - Position Night - Men: Don Rose bowled a 190 game with a 517 series, Bob Browning had a 189 game with a 483 series, Elliott Eneyedy bowled a 184 game and Mike Riccitelli had a 182 game with a 490 series. Women: Linda Pennington bowled a 175 game with a 456 series, Deb Courtemarche bowled a 164 game, Karen Oldman had a 157 game with a 430 series, Jessica Lynch had a 156 game with a 438 series and Diana Mardell bowled a 156 game with a 424 series.
Tennis News – Bob Anthony
Open tennis continues to attract new faces. If you're looking for some good exercise and good fellowship, come join your friends and neighbors at the tennis courts. Open tennis happens every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at our tennis courts starting at 9:00 a.m. Hope to see you out there.
Carolina Shores Niners – Betty Kibblehouse
We had our Carolina Shores Niners Komen for the Cure Tournament and luncheon on October 18. Sixteen ladies played golf and 18 ladies had lunch. We played a Captain’s Choice, Best Ball. The following were winners:
First place - Charlene Pietrondi, Joyce Dunn, Violet Collins and Mary Fran Ryon.
Second place - Susan Jarrell, Rose Mary Jones, Joyce Costa and Kate Vibert.
Longest drive - Kate Vibert
Closest to the Pin - Joyce Dunn, and
Kate Vibert won Best in Pink.
A total of $859.00 was collected in our 50/25/25 raffle with Komen for the Cure receiving $429.00 and Ginny Ridinger and Nancy Harthausen each winning $215.00. Everyone attending the luncheon won a door prize, plant or center piece.
The Grand Total Contribution to Komen for the cure, including raffle money and entry fees, was $759.00. The co-chairs of this wonderful affair were Nancy Harthausen and Doris Pearce who deserve a standing ovation.
Weekly Play: Niners play every Thursday morning at the Carolina Shores Golf Club. Ladies who are just learning the game, golfers who are older and can’t play 18, or ladies who just WANT to play 9 - this group is for you. This is a friendly and sociable group. If interested, contact Violet Collins at 579-1373 for additional details. Joyce Dunn is our Pairings Coordinator for November.
Multi-Media Art Classes – Annette DeLisle
If you’re interested in finding your “artistic” talent, please join us each Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse. We work with acrylics, watercolors and oil paint as well as pastels and pencils.
If you’re interested, please stop by on Tuesday afternoons and check us out. You may also contact me at 910-233-5827.
Don’t let your paints dry out!!
New Neighbors -- Flo Pflaster and Eva Jensen
There were no neighbors visited in October.
If you recently purchased a home in Carolina Shores and have not been greeted by the Welcoming Committee, please contact Flo at 575-6243 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a special thank you to all for your tributes to Don. He loved living here. Don's life was associating with others.
Thank you for your kindnesses to me. Pam and Michael agreed with me that you are wonderful people.
My family and I would like to thank all of my neighbors and friends for all of their support. I would also like to thank everyone for the great food that everyone brought.
The Fedak Family
Sales and Service
EACH SUBMISSION SHOULD BE NO MORE THAN 10-15 WORDS OR FOUR LINES
PLEASE REMEMBER THESE ADS NEED TO BE SUBMITTED EVERY MONTH OR ELSE THEY WILL NOT APPEAR IN THE FOLLOWING MONTH’S BULLETIN.
DO NOT LEAVE CAR PARKED AT THE TRASH COMPACTOR WHEN DISCARDING ITEMS IN THE RECYCLE BINS
The following meetings are held at the POA clubhouse:
The CSPOA Board of Directors will meet November 14 at 9:30 a.m. in the main room of the POA clubhouse.
The Architectural Control Committee meets the first and third Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the ACC office.