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 Clerk’s Office.  The liens are public documents:


Gere & Marge Dale - 46 Calabash Dr.

Ernest D. & Joy Hancock - 4 Cleek Ct.

Thomas & Terrie Kirby - 5 Gate 11

Deborah Langdon - 89 Carolina Shores Dr

Kenneth & Kelly Massey- 6 Buoy Ct.

Teresa Merwin - 8 Myrtlewood Dr.

Richard Pratt -14 Northwest Dr.

Martin Quinlan - 6 Lakeview Ct.

F. Wade Sutton - 14 Cleek Ct.



After almost seven years, the Nominating Committee, past board members, present board members and prospective board members have come to the realization that under the present circumstances serving as a member of the POA Board of Directors has become not only an almost full time job, but a position in which one is expected to stoically accept sometimes ill informed criticism and abuse from an extremely small, but extremely vocal segment of our community.  Two recurring themes seem to be present in all discussions concerning serving on our Board:

1.  The Amount of Work and the Time Commitment Required of a Board Member.  Our community started out in the 1970s with fewer than 200 homes and more than 1000 vacant lots.  Today we have nearly 1000 homes and barely 200 vacant lots. The Board is essentially running a full-time business with two part-time administrative staff.  The proper role of a Board of Directors is setting policy and overseeing its implementation.  Our Board has to both set the policy and then have to DO all the implementation.  This includes:  all financial activities (tax returns, billing and debt collection, budget management, etc.); maintenance activities (from changing light bulbs and cleaning out the refrigerator to hiring and overseeing all contractors, buying and installing new equipment, and fixing anything that breaks); all record keeping (human resources, membership data, legal actions, how-to instructions for all POA equipment; minutes of meetings, and Board files); oversight and enforcement of the Deed of Restrictions (including new and remodeling construction projects, response to member complaints, and working with Town officials); recruiting and coordinating all volunteers for Board Standing Committees; communicating with POA members (setting agendas and running meetings, putting information into the Bulletin and the web site; writing all-member mailings, maintaining the member email list, taking and distributing minutes of Board meetings); providing POA social events and a myriad of other activities.  Doing all this work takes a commitment from each Board member of at least 15-20 hours a week.   This is a big chunk of anyone’s life!

2. Mistreatment and Abuse Received From Fellow POA Members.  About 1-2% of all people who ever were CSPOA members have served on the Board, but 100% of our members have clear and strong opinions about how this community should be run and they are not shy about sharing their opinions.   Many members are very good about submitting constructive ideas and offering to help implement them.   But a significant minority feel free to make angry phone calls to the homes of Board members at all hours of the day and night or speak loudly and unpleasantly to Board members at social events and come to the office to literally yell at a Board member about a real or imaginary issue.  Board members welcome input from members – whether it’s a good idea or a problem, but there are appropriate ways to do this, and waking someone up, interrupting private time and meal time with family members, or ruining a day at a social event or the pool is unkind and unnecessary.   Unfortunately a few of our residents even assume that, once elected, Board members become their personal servants.  Why would any reasonable person want an unpaid 20-hour a week job where people treat you badly?

Your Board members believe it is time for our community to make a financial commitment to enhanced Business Office support in order to oversee the day-to-day operations of our POA, and allow the Board to assume it's appropriate role of setting policy and doing oversight of the paid professionals.  This would allow us to attract and keep the best possible Board members and it would allow the Board to spend more time on planning for the future.

**Much of the information above is paraphrased from a column written almost seven years ago**


In our September Message From the Board we advised you about a redefined standard for new construction of headwalls.  We've had some questions about why your board redefined this standard.   One reason was to save our residents some expense if their driveway head wall was being removed and replaced as an adjunct to a Town initiated repaving or storm water management improvement.   On a case-by-case basis the Town of Carolina Shores is willing to replace headwalls, at Town expense, with a functional but perhaps far less aesthetically appealing headwall UNLESS the community has a higher standard in place.  Without having a standard in place the homeowner bears the financial responsibility for the cost of any “upgrades” beyond the “base model headwall”.  Your board followed the lead taken by the Village at Calabash POA that has a brick fascia standard for headwalls in place.


SECOND REMINDER: As part of our ongoing Business Office records retention and automation project Merrilee Burns, Linda Rugg and others have continued to scan our ACC documents.  We are once again offering the POA's copies of house plans and plot plans to the current property owners who live on the following streets:






Calabash CT

Calabash DR


Canal Way

Carolina Shores DR

Carolina Shores PKY


COURTS 1 – 12


Deer Run

East Pine



GATES 2 - 6



Please be mindful that we may not have a set of house plans or a plot plan for your home so it might be wise to call the Business Office before you make a special trip to the office.   




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: cspoabulletin@gmail.comDo not use the office email.  Be sure to include the name of the activity in the “subject” line of your email.  Thank you.

Reminder Board of Directors


We have a computer in the board room for our members to use.  We will have a signup sheet just to see how much interest there is in using a computer.  We will also have a pad for questions you might have on using the computer or surfing the net.  Also noteworthy is that the clubhouse now has WiFi in case you want to use your laptop or any wireless device.   



Carolina Shores Property Owners’ Association Proposed 2014 Budget – Kerry Jarrell





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Last Day For Free Soil Tests is November 18 John Doherty and Pete Gulliver


For the period from December through March, there will be a $4 fee per soil sample. The fee is an attempt to lessen the backlog associated with the busy season when the lab is routinely inundated with tens of thousands of samples. As of now commencing in April, NC State will continue to analyze soil samples without a fee.  In order to get your soil sample to the lab before the November 30 cutoff date, all samples must be at the POA Business Office by November 18.

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.  Although you most likely may want to wait until nest Spring to follow the fertilization recommendation, now is the ideal time to adjust your soil pH.

The procedure is almost painless:

  1. Pick up an instruction sheet, the soil sample box(es) and the Soil Sample Information Sheet at the POA Business Office.  BY THE WAY, YOU DO NOT NEED MORE THAN ONE SAMPLE OF THE SAME AREA.      
  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 sample(s) and your Soil Sample Information Sheet to the Cooperative Extension Office in Bolivia (from there it goes to NC State in Raleigh for analysis).
  4. NC State tests your soil samples and emails their recommendations for the proper amount of fertilizer, lime, etc. to you.
  5. As NC certified Master Gardeners, we can help you turn a possibly confusing set of recommendations into “homeowner-speak”.



Holiday Fair Catherine Sludds


The 22nd Annual Holly Days Arts & Crafts Show takes place in Southport on Saturday, November 2,  2013, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in Southport City Gym on 211 Atlantic Avenue, Southport, NC 28461.


A fun day out in beautiful downtown Southport, come and browse for that special Christmas gift from the many quality arts and craft vendors.  There will be live music, entertainment for children and food and drink.




Community Yard Sale – John Manning


AMERICAN LEGION POST #503 will hold a yard sale at:


              10081 BEACH DRIVE (Rt. 179)

                         CALABASH, NC

                SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2013

                                               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 9, 2013

                           7:30 a.m.  -  12:00 noon

                                          Remember to bring your “ID”

                          Call 910-575-5037 for appointment or information.

                       Refreshments served.



Holiday Soup and Bake Sale – Margie Pettersen


 Our annual Soup and Bake Sale will be held on Saturday, November 23, 2013, from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse.  This year we will also have local craft vendors selling their wares!  If you have never attended this event, it is well worth your time.   Grab some pies and desserts for Thanksgiving and come and socialize with your neighbors!


If you are interested in donating soup or baked goods for this event, please contact Debbie O’Dell, Chair of the Soup Sale (910-579-4429) and Margie Pettersen, Chair of the Bake Sale (860-307-3175), who are working hard to make this a great event. 



North Myrtle Beach Christmas Cantata Jill Binseel


Several members of our community are singing with the North Myrtle Beach All City Choir.  They will be performing “Journey of Hope - The Birth of the Savior” on Saturday, December 7, 2013, at 4:00 p.m. and Sunday, December 8, 2013, at 4:00 p.m. and 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 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 150 families in need in the South Brunswick area.


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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



Garden Club Holiday Luncheon Wendy Horten



Carolina Shores Garden Club will be having their holiday luncheon on Wednesday, December 11, 2013, at 12 noon at Jasmine's Restaurant in Brunswick Plantation.  Tickets are $18.00 and can be purchased at Garden Club meetings or by calling Wendy Horten at 579-0467 or Gail Cohen at 579-1880.







Recreation Committee Pat McKay


Time is running out! There are still two weeks remaining (deadline is November 15!) to go to the POA office in person to pick up your COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS for our POA ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY (open to property owners in good standing).  No tickets will be available after that date!  Your ticket will be collected at the venue.  NO TICKET, NO ENTRY!  NO EXCEPTIONS!   


*SPECIAL NOTE:  Guests who obtain tickets and find that they are unable to attend, please contact either the POA office, Mike Riccitelli (liaison) or a member of the Recreation Committee.  We must notify the caterer as NO SHOWS will cost our community money!


Date:  December 7, 2013


Time: 4:00 - 8:00 p m (Outer doors will open for cash bar at 3:30 p.m. Sodas will cost $1.00.)  DOORS TO BANQUET ROOM  WILL OPEN AT 4:00 P. M.


Place: Sea Trail Resort and Conference Center, 75 A Clubhouse Road, Sunset Beach, NC


Menu:  Buffet Dinner, including:

Pork Loin and Grouper

Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Vegetable Medley

Tossed Salad with dressings

Rolls and butter

Iced Tea and water

Sheet cakes for dessert


Entertainment:  Lee Shane Show Music Group


The management at Sea Trail has generously waived the fees again for bartenders, room rental, set-up and clean-up.

So, please share all this information with your friends and neighbors (especially those without computers).  We are looking forward once again to celebrating the beginning of the holiday season together!




Book Discussion Group – Pat McKay

A very lively discussion took place among our members at our October 18, 2013 meeting as we shared our thoughts about “That Woman: The Life of Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor" by Anne Sebba. Everyone remembers the story of the king (Edward VIII) who abdicated his throne to marry the ‘love of his life’!  Well, after reading this book, we all questioned whether this ‘love’ was reciprocated!  So much history, politics, court life permeated this book about this famous/infamous woman that it made for fascinating, interesting reading of just one of many books on this subject.


After our discussion, our guest author, Joan Leotta, spoke to us at length about her life....background, inspirations, accomplishments.  She was a delightful, interesting, warm woman who we all found so enjoyable!  We feted her with a lovely, small reception afterward and continued our conversations and sharing.  We hope to have her visit our group again sometime and wish her continued success with her publications.


For our November 15, 2013 meeting we will discuss two selections:  "Wench: A Novel" by Dolen Perkins-Valdez and “Wild: From Lost to Found On the Pacific Coast Trail” by Cheryl Strayed.


We would love to have you join our warm, caring group as we meet the third Friday of each month at 10:00 a.m.




Garden Club NewsRosemary Connell


Our October meeting started off with an interesting and informative presentation by Kimberly Thompson from Brunswick County.   She highlighted the many virtues of recycling such as:  saving natural resources, conserving energy, creating jobs, and saving money.   Kimberly brought along pamphlets for our Garden Club members.  If you would like to receive an emailed copy of the Keep Brunswick County Beautiful/Brunswick County recycling newsletter, send your email address to


Other News from our club:  Margie Petterson talked about our Soup and Bake Sale to be held on November 23, 2013.  This is a popular event here in Carolina Shores; watch for more information.  There will be vendors this year as well. 


Our Christmas party will be held on December 11, 2013 at Brunswick Plantation.  Tickets will be available at the November meeting. 


Our Scholarship Luncheon and Card Party is being hosted by Elaine Southard and will be held on February 12, 2014

at the Surf Club.  Tickets are $21.00.  This fun event is open to all.


As always we enjoyed wonderful homemade baked goods provided by our members.  Come and join us at our November meeting on the second Wednesday of the month at 1:00 p.m.  Visitors are always welcome.




Needlework NewsMargie Pettersen


The Needlework group assembled at the POA clubhouse on Monday, October 14, 2013.  This group meets on the second Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. to sit and knit (or crochet).  We stop at 11:30 a.m. 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.


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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 11, 2013.  Eileen Nawara will provide the dessert.


The Needlework group is pictured above with lap blankets and quilts to be donated to Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Life Care Center.  Photo: Back Row: Mary Anne Ketcham, Loretta Ebanks; Front Row: Rose Mary Jones, Eileen Nawara, Barbara Roth.  




Carolina Shores Quilting Guild Nancy Sneska and Becky Ream

At the October meeting it was reported that 72 quilts plus other items such as a hand knitted sweater, toiletries and pop tops were delivered to the Ronald McDonald House in Raleigh Durham.  Also, 29 teddy bears were given to the Brunswick Hospital.  The Ronald McDonald house is the guild’s ongoing charity.  


Carla Urban and Barbara Roth were welcomed as new members.  The guild currently has 34 members.  There was discussion regarding the challenge in May for the Oak Island quilters’ luncheon following the theme of “Hooray for the Red, White and Blue”.


Our next business meeting will be at the POA clubhouse on November 8, 2013 beginning at 9:30 a.m.  The program will be a ‘round robin’ with instructions on appliqué, and machine quilting .  There will also be a swap table of fabrics and quilt related items.


The guild welcomes guests and new members.  Experience at quilting is not required as there are many members ready to help with instruction.



New Horizons SinglesBetty Bond


Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, November 12, 2013, at the POA clubhouse at 5:00 p.m. Alice Johnson and Janine Sommers will be hosting a night of Bingo! Please plan on being with us.




Multi-Media Art Classes – Annette DeLisle you have painted in the past, or if you’re interested in beginning, please join us each Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse and either find or rekindle your “artistic” talent.  We work with acrylics, watercolors, 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!



Renegade News Debbie Creamer

The Fall Getaway was held on September 24-26, 2013.  The winners for the first day at Patriots Point Links on Charleston Harbor for the team game (Total Gross for Team Minus Handicap) were: Dolores Sanborn, Don Rose, Betty Johnston and Tom Nally, score of 315.  The Second day was played at The Links at Stono Ferry, Hollywood, SC.  The team game was 2 Low Net.  Winners were Lois Howard, Debbie O’Dell, Tom Nally, and Harry Creamer 151.  Closest to pin for Women was Debbie Creamer and Men was Don Rose.  See below group picture:  


Fall Getaway                                                Pretty and Pink Tournament



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We celebrated our Pretty and Pink Tournament on Thursday, October 10, 2013.  Thanks to Carolyn Bosman and Geri McTighe for planning this wonderful event.  The game was a team game, “Las Vegas Scramble”.  First place Winners were:  Sally Nolan, Pat Soule, Sue Hensler and Dottie Meader.  We finished this event with lunch and a 50/50 raffle drawing.  Gloria Crane was the lucky winner.  See above picture of winners:  Left to right Sally Nolan, Pat Soule, Sue

Hensler, not pictured Dottie Meader


Chairpersons for our regular weekly play in November are Dee Gillin and Pauline Millosky.  Tee Time for November is 8:34 a.m.  Check Sign-up sheet weekly in case of changes.    

Hope Harbor golf day was postponed to November 4, 2013 because of the weather.

The Christmas golf tournament and dinner will be held on Thursday, December 12, 2013.  Golf will be played at Heather Glenns and dinner at the Parson’s Table.  Please see bulletin board at the Golf Pro Shop for more details.  Sharon Clark and Kathy Harniman will be hosting this event.

The annual luncheon meeting will be held at Brick Landing on January 15, 2014. 

Weekly Play:  Renegades play every Thursday morning at the Carolina Shores Golf Club.  This is a friendly and sociable group.  If you have just moved to the area and enjoy golf or have lived here for years and have decided you would like to play golf in a league, you may contact Martha Hannon 579-8194 or Debbie Creamer 575-8163 for more details.



Sunday Scramble--Diana Mardall

The Carolina Shores Sunday Scramble Group had 25 players at Brunswick Plantation (Magnolia and Dogwood courses) on October 13, 2013, hosted by Bill and Teddy Altreuter.  We welcomed Steve and Maggie Coulman back from their summer in Vermont.  Bill and Teddy arranged for beautiful weather for us to play our scramble and the winners were:


1st – Team #2 – Joe Franklin, Will Groner, Diana Mardall

2nd – Team #6 – Mal MacRaild, Bill Altreuter, Gloria Schroppe, Betty Weaver

3rd – team #3 – Bill Southard, Joyce Dunn, Maggie Coulman


Closest to the pin was won by Bill Southard for the men, and unfortunately, we ladies couldn’t come through and get a ball on the green!  We’ll do better next time.


Next month we play on November 10, 2013 at The Pearl, East Course; first tee time is 9:00 a.m.  Cost will be $35 and the sign up sheet is on the temporary (I hope) bulletin board on the easel in the POA meeting room.  Steve and Maggie Coulman are hosting.


I had some complaints from players last month about too long and too many “gimmes” being taken by some teams/players. If the ball is more than 12” from the hole, putt!


Don’t forget to let Joe or me have your ideas for courses to play in 2014.  If we don’t hear from you, Joe DOG will make the decision on which courses to play (presuming he will take on this challenging task again in 2014).


New members are always welcome.  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.



New Neighbors  – Flo Pflaster and Eva Jensen


Hollyfield, Robert (Bobby) and Brenda

2 Court 1 Northwest Drive

cell phone 336-469-0655 (Bobby)

cell phone 336-469-2699 (Brenda)




Robert "Bobby" and Brenda Hollyfield are from Boonville, NC.  Bobby was with R J Reynolds Tobacco for 38 1/2 years and for the last four years was a GED instructor for Surry Community College.  Brenda will retire in January.   She is a music teacher at Starmount High School.  Bobby enjoys reading and high school and college football.  Brenda loves cooking and family.  They have two children - a son living in Ocean Isle Beach and a daughter in Ashville.  Brenda and Bobby, looking to move to the beach, found this home (which they love) and felt that our area is an ideal and convenient location for them.


 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




In Memoriam


Larry Wilkinson

Ramona Bendin

Harold Todd






       Sales         and       Service

Dog walking or sitting in my home 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.

Computer Repairs- Do you need your computer fixed or upgrade/downgrade to Windows 7?  Call Vaughn MacEntee at 575-7515.

Golf Clinics $25 each or private lessons at Thistle Golf Club with Martin Sludds, PGA Golf Coach.  910-368-5669.

FREE:  84 inch sleeper/sofa-blue/ burgundy.  Very good condition.  Mattress never slept on.  Call Betty  579 0924

 Piano, Violin lessons.  Graduate of New England Conservatory.  Call Susan Scott at 910-579-0887.

Moving/Organization - whether selling your house or just need to organize or refresh, call Grace at 910-575-5369.  Satisfaction a certainty.  Free Estimates.

 Ladies' Massage Party - Fun and relaxation with friends and a massage, too! All are good for you! Hostess receives complimentary massage. Call  910-575-5975 for details . Gloria Schroppe NC Lic. # 6366

Need Help!  Are you looking for someone to sit with your husband or take him to the doctor, etc.?  Call Arnold (pool security) at 910-575-6428.

For Sale: 2  new Cracker Barrel Oak Woven Rockers $250.00. 575-4650


Avon Are you looking for an Avon representative?  Call Mae at 575-2209.

Experienced home health care provider, certified in CPR and First Aid is seeking employment for full or part-time position, hours and time are flexible day or night.  Please call 910-363-7209.




























1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker








9:15 Tai Chi Chih

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg


7;00 Community Meeting




1:00 Multi Media Painting





1:00 Ladies Cards




8:15 Tai Chi Chih


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



9:30 Quilters Guild


1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker





Sunday Scramble Group




9:15 Tai Chi Chih

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



10:30 New Friends


1:00 Multi Media Painting


5:00 New Horizons



9:30 CSPOA

Board Meeting


1:00 Garden Club



8:15 Tai Chi Chih


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



10:00 Book Discussion Group


1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker







9:15 Tai Chi Chih

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker




1:00 Multi Media Painting




1:00 Ladies Cards





8:15 Tai Chi Chih


9:30 Mah Jongg 


7:00 Men’s Poker



9:30 Quilters Guild


1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



Garden Club

Soup & Bake Sale





9:15 Tai Chi Chih

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



1:00 Multi Media Painting




1:00 Ladies Cards







1:00 Ladies Cards


6:30 Men’s Poker



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:


Community Meeting will be November 4, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. in the POA clubhouse.

The CSPOA Board of Directors will meet November 13, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. in the POA clubhouse.

The Architectural Control Committee meets the first Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the ACC office.


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