To Contact Board Members or the POA: 579-2044 or e-mail at

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:                  

Message from the BoardPete Gulliver, President



The following property owners have been suspended from membership for non-payment of dues and assessments.  They 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 our membership corporation, liens have been filed against their property with the Brunswick County Clerks Office.  The liens are public documents:


Gere & Marge Dale- 46 Calabash Dr.

Ernest D. & Joy Hancock- 4 Cleek Ct.

Mark & Nora Jannelli- 1 Court 12

Thomas & Terrie Kirby- 5 Gate 11

Deborah Langdon- 89 Carolina Shores Dr.

Nona LaPointe-Regan-5 Arden Place

Pat Lovallo & John Sorbella-20&22 Gate 5


Kenneth & Kelly Massey- 6 Buoy Ct

Richard Pratt-14 Northwest Dr.

Martin Quinlan-6 Lakeview Ct.

Margaret Rossi-24 Carolina Shores Parkway

F. Wade Sutton- 14 Cleek Ct.

Todd Yando- 29 Gate 6



The board has approved a procedure of accepting the donation of goods and services.  This was done in some part because of well intentioned but unsolicited donations of used bedpans, wheelchairs, crutches, etc.  We are just not equipped to store these devices and more importantly, to share in the liability associated with the distribution of non-sterile used medical equipment.  In addition, the donations of services for community beautification projects etc. that require assistance from the board in the form of materials or funds also require pre approval.      



The purpose of establishing a procedure for reviewing and approving all donations of goods and services prior to accepting them is to determine if the acceptance of a donation is in the best interests of the residents of our community before the donation becomes the property of the Association.


  1. The organization or the individual wishing to make the donation should provide a detailed specific written description of the proposed donation to the business office.  The information in the description should include a time frame to accomplish the task, all costs to be borne by the POA, all support expected from the POA Board members and staff, etc.  An example might be: “I want to donate a grand piano and bench to the POA. The piano is located in my home and I have no way of transporting it to the club house but it has to be out of my house within the next two weeks.  The piano needs to be tuned.  The POA will have to pay for a piano moving company and a piano tuner.”
  2. Sending a request to the business office or making a verbal request to a board member is neither an indication of acceptance of a donation nor an authorization to deliver donated goods to a POA location or an authorization to perform services at a POA common area.  Donations of goods and services will only be considered and acted upon at regularly scheduled board meetings. 
  3. When a donation of goods or services is accepted, a board member will be designated as the liaison with the individual or organization making the donation.  If an organization is making a donation the organization should also designate a liaison.  Any donation, once received, becomes the property of the CSPOA.  Its use and final disposition will be at the complete discretion of the Board. 


The following candidates were elected to fill the four vacancies on the CSPOA Board of Directors:

Al Franklin, Pete Gulliver, Brent Horten, Kerry Jarrell


The members of the POA Board have assumed the following responsibilities in 2013:












Vice President





Treasurer and Secretary



Audit and Finance, Business Office


Architectural Control





Maintenance - buildings



House Committee, club house


Maintenance - grounds



common areas


Recreation - facilities



Tennis, Pool, Basketball & Bocce


Recreation - social



Rec. Committee, volunteer, picnic, holiday





Communications Committee, directory, bulletin





Advisory Committee





Nominating Committee


Legal Affairs





Town Liaison





Maintenance Committee





Pete, Bob, Kerry,


Recently we received an email from a resident who asked that pet walkers remain mindful that they are sharing our roads with other pet walkers, walkers, joggers, runners, bicyclists, motor vehicles, etc.  The resident described an incident in which she was turning onto Swamp Fox from Calabash Drive and a car was also sitting waiting to turn onto Calabash while a person with 3 dogs on leashes was on the side of the road (Swamp Fox).   One dog was completely across the street and the resident had to come to a dead stop to keep from hitting it.  Please curb your pet and avoid a tragedy.


At our February 13th meeting the Board of Directors approved several additional criteria that may be used by the ACC as part of their evaluation process when they determine whether to approve a homeowner’s request to remove a tree.  Similar criteria have been implemented by the Town of CS tree committee.

The additional criteria that may be used are: 

  • The tree appears to be diseased to such an extent that long term survival is doubtful.
  • The tree dramatically leans toward a high value target such as a house.
  • The tree has an obvious severe canker or hollow area that causes a pronounced weakness to the tree.
  • The tree has a deformed trunk or limbs that cause pronounced weakness to the tree.
  • The tree has lightening damage that has severely weakened the tree.
  • The tree has enough heavy limbs overhanging a high value structure such that removing the overhanging limbs would place the long term survival of the tree in doubt.
  • The tree has roots that are damaging a foundation, walkway, driveway, etc.
  • Thinning the cluster of trees would promote better growth of the remaining trees.
  • The tree canopy is causing damage to other vegetation in the yard.


As always, if any homeowner disagrees with the ACC’s findings, the homeowner is encouraged to present the opinion of a certified arborist who supports the homeowner’s position.

















How to Submit Articles to the Bulletin

The DEADLINE for submitting articles for the Bulletin is 5:00 p.m. on the 20th of each month for the following month’s issue.


YOU MUST EMAIL ARTICLES  to:  Do not use the office email.  Be sure to include the name of the activity in the “subject” line of your email.  Thank you.




Free Soil Tests John Doherty & Pete Gulliver

Did you ever wonder why your neighbor’s shrubs have more flowers than yours?  Did you ever wonder why the lawn across the street looks thicker and healthier that yours?

The answer may be simple.  Perhaps your neighbors had their soil tested and are now providing an optimized growing environment for their lawns and shrubs.  You can do the same!  FREE soil sample kits with instructions are available at our POA Business Office.

The procedure is almost painless:

1.      Pick up an instruction sheet, a soil sample box and Soil Sample Information Sheet at the POA Business Office.

2.      Follow the instructions and fill the soil sample box with your soil sample, complete the Soil Sample Information Sheet and return both to the POA Business Office.

3.      ON TUESDAY MORNINGS we take your soil samples and your Soil Sample Information Sheet to the Cooperative Extension Office in Bolivia (from there it goes to NC State in Raleigh).

4.      NC State tests your soil samples and mails or emails their recommendations for the proper amount of fertilizer, lime, etc. to you.

5.      As NC certified Master Gardeners, we can help you turn an intimidating set of recommendations into “homeowner-speak”.


Carolina Forest Children's Library Lynn Darby

I have been asked to be the very first guest speaker at Carolina Forest Children's Library on Saturday, March 2, 2013 at 11 a.m.  It will be agroup of mixed ages with their families.  There will also be a reading at Hickmans Crossroads Library's Children's Story time on March 5, at 10 a.m.  The book of choice for March is Lynn's written and illustrated:  "The Story of the Knock-On Wood Shamrocks", featuring the discovery of a magical tree.  The original folk lore tells us why we knock on wood.  There will be coloring pages handed out as well as "Thumb's Up Award" pocket cards.  A web page was recently created to her works at




Paws-Ability Diana Mardall

Free cat spay / neuter vouchers are available to residents of Ocean Isle Beach and Calabash/Carolina Shores zip codes 28469 & 28467.

Applications can be downloaded from the Paws-Ability Website or picked up at one of the following locations: St. Brendans, OIB Fire Department, Seaside Animal Care, Companion Animal Care, Ocean Isle Veterinary Hospital, Calabash and Ocean Isle Town Halls, Yardbird Emporium, Brunswick County Animal Shelter and Ace Hardware.



Brunswick County Sheriff's Animal Protective Services Shelter Diana Mardall

The BCSAPS team has volunteers that bring adoptable dogs and cats to various community events. We raise awareness for the shelter and do on site adoptions for shelter animals.

For the month of March the Brunswick County Sheriff's Animal Protective Services Shelter has the following adoption fair events planned:


                                                BCSAPS Adoption Fair Events for March 2013

3/2 - Calabash - (weather permitting)

Site of the Farmers Market

Thomasboro Rd and Beach Drive

10a.m. - 2p.m.

       3/9 Brunswick Forest Veterinary Hospital

1513 Brunswick Village Blvd


10a.m. - 1:30p.m.

3/16 Zeetlgoo's Pet and People Store

1635 N Howe Street


10a.m. - 1:30p.m.

                                                                     3/23 - Capeside Animal Hospital

511 Olde Waterford Way


10am - 1:30pm

3/30 - Four Legs Good Pet Boutique

310 N Howe St


10a.m. - 1:30p.m.




Remember to Save the Date Sally Nolan


Date:  April 20, 2013 (Rain Date:  April 27, 2013

Set up time 7:00- 8:00 a.m.

Sale: 8:00 until noon


Donations can be made to the Garden Club tables or you can rent space for $10.00 to sell your own merchandise. Reserve your space by April 12.  . Inside POA tables for donated items with proceeds going to CSGC Scholarship Fund 

Call Sally Nolan at 910-880-1286 for more information




Save the Date – Pat McKay


Our annual POA RECOGNITION GATHERING to honor all those volunteers who served our community in countless ways in 2012 will be held on Sunday, April 21, 2013 from 2-4 p.m.

Please plan on joining us if you volunteered in any capacity last year, i.e. any committees (ACC, Nominating, etc.) beautification of POA building, helping in the library, or with the Thanksgiving Dinner, Holiday Party, annual picnic (w/ setting or cleaning up, selling chances, cooking, checking in residents, leading a game), delivering bulletin to shut-ins, opening  or closing our pool, cleaning up our picnic or tennis courts areas, etc.) These are just a few suggestions to help you think about the myriad ways you may have assisted our community.

More details will follow in April's bulletin with venue and sign-up sheet information.


Our POA ANNUAL PICNIC will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2013 from 12-3p.m. at our community picnic area.  Rain date is Sunday, May 19.  Start thinking about volunteering for Registration/ Raffle Table, coordinating bocce tournament on newly refurbished courts, putting contest, bingo, corn hole game, shifts for cooking hot dogs, setting and cleaning up picnic area.

More details will follow in April bulletin.





Carolina Shores Happenings Marlene Stewart

John Dougherty had his second hole-in-one on February 2nd. at Carolina Shores.  He used his 9 iron on the 120 yard 12th. hole.  He was playing with Keith Rogerson and Bob Monahan.  He said he was really glad to get another hole-in-one since until then he was tied with his wife, Diane, and she isn't even a serious golfer!







Renegade News Debbie Creamer


Regular play for the month of March will be chaired by Arlene Leskowicz and Lin Penta.  Tee time for March will be 8:52a.m.  Check your emails and sign-up sheet to confirm tee times.

The Renegades are getting ready for their St. Patrick’s Day Couples Tournament to be held on Thursday, March 7th. Golf will be played at Beachwood Golf Course and dinner will be at Flynn’s Irish Restaurant.  More information posted on the Bulletin Board at the CS Golf Shop.  Hosts for the event are Jane Jordan and Kathy Harniman.

The “Spring Ladies Away Tournament” will be June 3rd-5th in New Bern, NC. Details and sign-up sheet to follow in mid-March. Hosts for the event are Gloria Schroppe and Martha Hannon.

This picture is from our Valentine’s Day Team Tournament Play hosted by Sharon Clark and Kathy Harniman.


click on photo to enlarge



Sunday Scramble Diana Mardall


The Carolina Shores Sunday Scramblers came out in force on February 10 at Cypress Bay, the weather co-operated once again and many of us were totally confused by the game instructions, a modified stableford format but managed to figure it out by the 18th hole.


The winners were:


First Place – Bill Weaver, Dave Duncan, Laura Duncan and Diana Mardall.

                  Second Place – Doug Falls, Steve Coulman, Teddy Altreuter and Martha Hannon.

                  Third Place – Mal MacRaild, Bob Jones, Sally Nolan and Susan Jarrell. 


Closest to the pin were Bill Southard on Hole #13 and Keith Rogerson on Hole #16.  Bill Altreuter won for Best Individual Performance in Handicap Range.  Congratulations to all!

Our next outing is at Brierwood in Shallotte on March 10, first tee time 9:00 a.m.  Be at the course half hour before first tee time. Cost is $30.  Hosts are Kerry and Susan Jarrell and après golf will be at Starz at Planet Fun.  The sign up sheet is posted at the POA.


We are delighted to welcome four new members, Maggie & Steve Coulman, John Kain and Pauline Millosky.

Reminder:  If you haven’t already paid, please let Diana or Gloria Schroppe have your $12 dues as soon as possible.


If you would like a “test run” of the group prior to joining (our annual dues are $12 per player), please call Diana Mardall at 910-575-7804.  We’re a group of very nice people who have a lot of fun playing golf at a different course each month; everyone is welcome.        




Carolina Shores Niners Joyce Dunn

The Niners are pleased to welcome two new members:  Marg Bergen and Jan Pecot.


We play nine holes of golf every Thursday morning at the Carolina Shores Golf Club, including a once-a-month special team or individual competition.  We are a relaxed and friendly group who welcome new players of all skill levels. 


On Tuesday, May 7, we will host a tournament for the South Brunswick Lady Niners group, which includes women from Sea Trail, Carolina National, Brick Landing, and other local niners clubs.


For more information about the tournament or about regular play with the Carolina Shores Niners contact Violet Collins, 579-1373.



Tennis News Bob Anthony

Although old man winter has thrown some testy weather our way i.e., cold, rain, fog, snow etc. (what was the groundhog thinking), the hearty Carolina Shores tennis players kept on plugging along.  Now we have finally reached the month in which spring arrives and tennis play will begin to heat up along with the temperature.  Come join your friends & neighbors for open tennis every Monday., Wednesday and Friday 9:00 a.m. at our beautiful tennis courts.  Everyone showing up will get to play. Hope to see you out there.




Carolina Shores Bowling League – Sharon Lynch

Bowling scores from January 22 - Men: Joe Fioravanti bowled a 210 game with a 516 series, Harry Creamer had a 203 game with a 539 series, Don Rose bowled a 200 game with a 495 series and Vince Hammerl had a 192 game with a 506 series.  Women: Karen Oldman bowled a 174 game with a 449 series, Gloria Riccitelli had a 173 game with a 465 series, Pat Herdic bowled a 155 game with a 448 series and Pat McKay had a 154 game with a 372 series.


Bowling scores for January 29 - Men: Mike Romola bowled a 201 game with a 514 series, Don Rose had a 196 game with a 490 series, Vince Hammerl bowled a 190 game with a 494 series and Lou Gianelos had a 189 game with a 451 series. Women: Martha Hannon bowled a 182 game with a 405 series, Gloria Gustavson had a 172 game with a 445 series, Beverly Farmarco bowled a 158 game with a 368 series and Nancy Larkin had a 147 game with a series of 392.


Bowling scores for February 5 - Men: Joe Fioravanti bowled a 202 game with a 508 series, Harry Creamer had a 190 game with a 472 series, Mike Romola bowled a 180 game with a 473 series and Lou Gianelos had a 180 game with a 471 series. Women: Karen Oldman bowled a 195 game with a 461 series, Gloria Gustavson had a 162 game with a 447 series, Gloria Riccitelli bowled a 159 game with a 425 series and Nancy Harthausen had a 158 game with a 365 series.


Bowling scores for February 12 - Men: John Lynch bowled a 209 game with a 538 series, Mike Riccitelli had a 204 game with a 543 series, Don Rose had a 181 game with a 509 series and Lou Gianelos bowled a 181 game with a 443 series. Women: Karen Oldman had a 182 game with a 470 series, Martha Hannon bowled a 174 game with a 460 series, Susan Jarrell had a 164 game with a 454 series and Linda Pennington had a 163 game with a 455 series.


Bowling scores for February 19 - Men: Vince Hammerl bowled a 213 game with a 567 series, Art Hahl had a 200 game with a 527 series, Don Rose bowled a 191 game with a 510 series and Joe Weiler had a 184 game with a 468 series. Women: Karen Oldman bowled a 183 game with a 434 series, Deb Courtemarche had a 172 game with a 430 series, Ellie Girard had a 162 game with a 420 series and Beverly Farmarco bowled a 162 game with a 414 series.



New Friends Flo Pflaster

Barbara Jones led the February meeting.  The theme was music and how it has impacted our lives in many ways . We then shared some of our experiences with intolerance and acceptance.

Jeanne Zalasko had a display of her vegetable creations which were so cute, a real talent, making everyday veggies into mice, sharks, palm trees and other items.

Rose Mary Jones gave information to those of us interested in crafts of all types.  Mr. Jerry Bart has a house full of his late wife’s items and is willing to give away most of the stuff.  He also has a few items to sell.  Contact Rose Mary or Mr. Bart if interested.

After the meeting the group enjoyed lunch at Applebee’s.

New Friends meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 10:30 am at the POA.  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.

The next meeting will be March 12, 2013 at 10:30 am  led by Flo Pflaster.

The Travel Committee announced it is disbanding after many years of planning group events for the community. If anyone is interested in taking it over, we will be available for advice and input. We have thoroughly enjoyed leading so many of you to places near and far and thank you all for your enthusiastic responses!



New Horizons SinglesBetty Bond


Twenty one members of our singles group met on January 8 and enjoyed a delicious turkey dinner and an evening of "trivia".  Our thanks to Helen Morrison and Maude Davis for hosting this very enjoyable evening.


In lieu of our regular meeting in March, we will be attending a St. Patricks Day dinner at the VFW.

The dinner will consist of - guess what?- corned beef and cabbage.  The cost is $10.00 and Madeline Mahony will pick up the tickets for us. Please make sure you pay Madeline in advance. The date is Sunday, March 17th, the time is 4 p.m.  Hope to see you there.




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!



Carolina Shores Quilting Guild Rose Mary Jones

Twenty three members of the Quilters Guild met in the POA Clubhouse on February 8.  Carol Naas reminded members that Pat Roman will provide a Trunk Show from Quilters Cottage at the March meeting.  Rose O’Donnell taught a Paper Piecing workshop after the meeting.  Inez Barrett took reservations for members to attend the Meet the Quilters event on March 14, 2013 in Myrtle Beach.


Quilters will hold their next monthly meeting at the POA Clubhouse on March 8 at 9:30 a.m.  Guests and new members are welcome.  Experience at quilting in not required as the more experienced members are willing to teach beginners.



Garden Club NewsRosemary Connell

The annual Scholarship Luncheon and Card Party was a huge success with 163 ladies in attendance.  The event was held at the Surf Club in North Myrtle Beach.  Monies from the event will go to scholarships for students attending South Brunswick High School.


Our March program will be “Birds of Southeast North Carolina” presented by Dr. Jim Parnell and Frances Parnell.  Come and join us on Wednesday, March 13 at 1 p.m.  Bring a friend to enjoy this great presentation.


The Scholarship Committee will be sponsoring a spring yard sale on Saturday April 20, 2013 with a rain date of April 27. The time is 8 a.m. until 12 noon.  Spaces are available for $10.00 each(provide your own table).  So start your spring cleaning early. The Club will also have tables if you wish to donate items.  All proceeds from those tables will go to the scholarship fund.  For more information contact Sally Nolan at 910-880-1286.  The committee is looking for volunteers to help with the sale as well as bakers for a baked goods table.


Needlework NewsMargie Pettersen

The Needlework group assembled at the POA on Monday, February 11, 2013. 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 have no officers or dues and you’ll find us around the table chatting and working. We stop at 11:30 to eat our bag lunches and share a dessert brought by a member.

Kathy Languell donated a lovely red and white afghan, which will be used for a charity project, and also several cotton knit dishcloths for members of the group to use. In addition, several small blankets and baby cap sets were sent to the hospital for newborns. Eileen Nawara brought in items for our Hospice project.

Jerry Bart, whose wife Barbara Bart, died over a year ago came to the meeting briefly to give us a list of various sewing and craft supplies he wants to give away.

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 March 11, 2013. May Kerr will provide the dessert. *Please enter through the POA office to access the Board Room.



Book Discussion GroupMargie Pettersen

A discussion was held among the members present at our February 15, 2013 meeting about two historical fiction books, The Wives of Henry Oades by Johanna Moran and The Heretic's Daughter by Kathleen Kent.  It was interesting to note that both books were based on trial transcripts of actual events.  In the first novel, Henry Oades accepts a position in Australia in the late 1800s and faces tragedy when his wife and children are kidnapped and presumed dead.  Afterwards he moves on to start a new life in California and remarries only to be charged with bigamy when his first wife reappears.  Those who read it felt it was well written and were empathetic to the first wife who had a rough, hard existence from the kidnapping on through the rest of her life.  Those who didn't read it had many questions about it since they just couldn't understand the bond between wives, the strength of both women, and how they could cohabitate under same roof.  You’ll have to read it for yourselves and decide what you think about Henry’s dilemma, the choices made by the women, and how the situation was resolved.

The Heretic’s Daughter’s also involved the theme of family, with a focus on mother-daughter relationships.  This insightful and eye-opening book was told from the perspective of the daughter of a woman accused of witchcraft in Salem, Massachusetts.  The reviews of this book were mixed, but most thought it was harrowing, especially the reference to the degrading prison conditions.  We gained deeper insight into events and conditions of late 1800s.  Mass hysteria phenomena, like that of the screaming girls, was likened to life in Germany under Hitler.  Positive changes did grow out of negative, as compensation was given, apologies made, conditions changed in time.

At our next meeting on March 15 we will discuss two nonfiction books, Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake by Anna Quindlen OR The Man In the Rockefeller Suit by Mark Seal.  In months where two titles have been selected for discussion, members may select one or the other to read; you do not have to read both books.  The book discussion group meets monthly in the POA library at 10:00 a.m. on the third Friday of each month and always welcomes newcomers.  If you love to read and discuss books, this is the group for you!



New Neighbors Flo Pflaster and Marlene Stewart


Name: R.J. Malkmus

Address: 5 Fairway

Phone: 575-5232


R.J. moved here from Manhattan with his 2 dogs, 2 cats and fish.  He recently retired from the theater industry where he worked in the costume/wardrobe business.  In that capacity he traveled to many places all over the world and came in contact with lots of celebrities . He is thrilled to be living in a house, currently undergoing major renovations, that is many times larger than his tiny NYC apartment.

R.J. loves the beach, nature, gardening and animals.

Name: Keith Danner and Frances Danner

Address: 27 Carolina Shores Pkwy

Phone: -none yet


Keith and his mom, Frances moved here from Longs, SC.  He and his son are currently renovating the home.  Keith and his son maintain beach condominiums in the area and are kept very busy now, preparing for tourist season.  Keith enjoys the peace and quiet of Carolina Shores and is looking forward to settling into the community.

Name: Cindy and Dwight Beagle and JT Beagle

Address: 5 Ct. 5 NW Drive

Phone: all cells: Cindy-512-0811; Dwight-512-0730; JT-232-8043


Cindy, Dwight and their son JT are from North Carolina and have lived 10 years in this area.  Dwight works in Real Estate and Cindy is a medical practice manager.  They are very busy working and have not developed many hobbies but she likes to swim and read and would like to play bridge after she settles in.

Name: Barbara and Hal Roth

Address: 4 Egret Ct

Phone: 575-8185


Barbara and Hal lived on Long Island, NY and then Pennsylvania for 6 years before moving here at the end of January. They have a mini-pinscher named Bridgit.  Hal was a mailman and Barbara was a bookkeeper and then a school bus driver.

He likes to bowl and is interested in joining the CS league.  He also enjoys fishing.  Barbara is very talented in many crafts. They are thrilled to be living here and have actually reconnected with some old friends.  They consider themselves “joiners” so we will be seeing them around the community!


Name: Jim and Sue Keck

Address: 61 Carolina Shores Drive

Phone: 717-504-5898

Jim and Sue are from Chambersburg, Pennsylvania.  They are both retired from the US Postal Service.  They have been down in the Murrell’s Inlet area for 3 years, but didn’t like all the traffic and congestion.  They have friends who lured them to Carolina Shores!  Jim and Sue both enjoy golfing and taking long walks . Sue also likes to ride her bike and has found the perfect neighborhood for that.  They are busy updating their home and hope to get in some golfing soon.

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



       Sales                   and       Service    

Alterations&Custom Sewing.  London College of Fashion qualified with 30 years experience. Call Catherine Sludds at 910-579-1327

Golf Clinics $25 each or private lessons at Ocean Ridge with Martin Sludds, PGA Golf Coach.  910-269- 1635

FLIP FLOP at your service. Handyman. You're retired, I'm not!! Scott Yarborough. call 336-425-8278

Karaoke & DJ with Lisa Snow Wedding Specialist, quality entertainment-vocals, no function too small or large. Call Lisa at 910-579-4300 or email

XL Sealy Posturpedic foam mattress-Used 4 months. Original Cost $800.  Selling for $200.  call Linda at 575-0634

Rattan Couch with flowered cushions in very good condition. $200.00  Call Mae  at 575-2209.

Dog walking or sitting in my home  Will walk dogs or watch for the day or while you are on vacation, must bring to my house and must be housebroken. $10.00 per day. Call Mae Kerr at 575-2209.

Tabletop Gas Grill -Asking $50.  Call Mae at 575-2209


Reliable car in good condition for run around.

Please call Martin Sludds  910-579-1327












March 2013



















1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha






9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha


1:00 Multi Media Painting





1:00 Ladies Cards






8:15 Tai Chi Cha


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



9:30 Quilting Guild


1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha




Sunday Scramble Group



9:15 Tai Chi Cha

10:00 Needlework

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha

10:30 New Friends


1:00 Multi Media Painting

5:00 New Horizons



9:30 CSPOA

Board Meeting


11:30 Garden Club

Card Party at the Surf Club




8:15 Tai Chi Cha


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



10:00 Book Discussion Group


1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha




9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha


1:00 Multi Media Painting



1:00 Ladies Cards





8:15 Tai Chi Cha


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



9:30 Quilting Guild


1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha




9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha


1:00 Multi Media Painting



1:00 Ladies Cards





8:15 Tai Chi Cha


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



8:15 Tai Chi Cha










Regularly Scheduled Events

POA Clubhouse

Exercise Class      Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 8:00 a.m.

Tennis Court

Tennis                    Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 9:00 a.m.


Recycle Center Schedule

Windshield Sticker Required

Mondays, Wednesdays & Saturdays 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon

Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Closed Fridays and Sundays


Please Note: in 2013 the Recycle Center will close on the following holidays:

Labor Day, Monday, September 2; Thanksgiving, November 28-29; and Christmas, December 24-25. 





The following meetings are held at the POA clubhouse:


The CSPOA Board of Directors will meet March 13 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.