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 BoardPete Gulliver, President

 

SUSPENDED RESIDENTS

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:

 

Briggs Properties - 40 Calabash Dr.

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.

Ocwen Loan Servicing, LLC - 33 Calabash Dr.

Richard Pratt -14 Northwest Dr.

Martin Quinlan - 6 Lakeview Ct.

F. Wade Sutton - 14 Cleek Ct.

 

 

***SAVE THE DATE***

OUR HOLIDAY PARTY HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO DECEMBER 7, 2013.

 

At our directors meeting on August 14, 2013 we modified our guideline for “well maintained” when used in the context of  section 6-14 of our DOR.  We will now consider lots to be well maintained if they meet the following criteria:

 

Improved lots shall be deemed to be well maintained if their owners keep their lawns at a height not to exceed 6", there is no uncontrolled growth of vegetation or accumulation of brush or debris and their owners keep all growth of vegetation within the confines of their property boundary and out of adjacent ditches and swales.  Unimproved lots shall be deemed to be well maintained if their owners keep all growth of vegetation within the confines of their side and rear property boundary.

 

One of the capital improvement projects the Board is undertaking in 2013 is the replacement of the fence in front of The Villas and around our club house.  The board member in charge of that project is Al Franklin.  Al contacted five fencing companies and Kerry Jarrell contacted an additional 2.   At our August 14, 2013 meeting, Al discussed the bids he received and made a recommendation.  Based on Al's recommendation the Board authorized Al to proceed with the lowest responsible bidder.

 

Sometimes we would like to share the answer to a question posed to a board member such as: Are there community standards for head walls?  First of all, what is a “head wall”?  A head wall is the wall on each side of your driveway where your driveway crosses over the swale.  Secondly, what is a swale? According to Wikipedia, swales as used in permaculture are designed to slow and capture runoff by spreading it horizontally across the landscape, facilitating runoff infiltration into the soil.  In other words, the swales are the ditches in front of most of our houses that separate our front yards from our streets.  The ACC has an aesthetic standard for head walls in our “builders package”.  Please note this is a community aesthetic standard, it does not address the technical details of construction.   Our builders package is the document the ACC gives to someone who is preparing to build a home in our community.

 

This is the standard:   

 

THE DRIVEWAY MUST HAVE HEADWALLS (BULKHEADS) TO STOP SOIL RUNOFF INTO DITCHES THAT WOULD BLOCK FLOW OF THE DRAINAGE SYSTEM.  CULVERT PIPE MUST BE FLUSH WITH THE HEADWALLS AND THE HEADWALLS AND MUST BE:

 

            1.  NO LESS THAN 18 INCHES ABOVE FINISHED HEIGHT OF DRIVEWAY.

            2.  WIDE ENOUGH TO SPAN THE WIDTH OF THE SWALE.

            3.  MUST BE FINSIHED IN BRICK.

 

It is important to be mindful that the ACC does not have the authority to determine the proper size or location of the culvert pipe that is placed under the driveway.  The authority to make those determinations rests with the Town of Carolina Shores.  

 

THANK YOU TO OUR BULLETIN EDITORS LINDA RUGG and MERRILEE BURNS.

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

SEPTEMBER 11, 2013 – 9:30 a.m.  BOARD MEETING

DECEMBER 7, 2013 – 4:00 p.m.  HOLIDAY PARTY

 

ALL MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.

THERE ARE TWO PUBLIC COMMENT PERIODS AT EVERY BOARD MEETING.

 

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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.

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Reminders Board of Directors

 

Reminder 1

 

Many groups enjoy the use of the clubhouse.   On too many occasions lately several groups have not been cleaning up after themselves.  If you bring food and drinks into the clubhouse, please clean up any spills and crumbs; also, please put your trash outside in the big trash barrels.

 

Reminder 2

 

All pet owners and dog walkers are responsible for picking up after their pets.  It is disrespectful to other residents to come upon or walk into pet droppings.  Please make sure you bring a bag with you to pick up after your animal.

Reminder 3

 

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.   

 

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Message from the Golf Course

 

The neighborhood of Carolina Shores and the Carolina Shores Golf Club are two separate entities.  Following is a request from our neighbor, the Carolina Shores Golf Club.

 

Dear Fellow Carolina Shores Homeowners:

 

The golf course considers all of you as close neighbors and we are asking our neighbors for help.  We are experiencing complaints about non golfers walking and bike riding the golf paths during our hours of operation.  We really do not mind if homeowners or their guests utilize our golf paths, at their own risk, after our hours of operation, but walking or riding any portion of the golf course during our operation is dangerous and disruptive to our guests.  Please be courteous and stay off  the course during the day.  We promise to stay off  your lawn so as to not disturb your property as well.

 

The golf course is also experiencing dog waste that is being left behind by dog walkers utilizing the course for their daily pet walks.  We can both agree that the course offers a beautiful backdrop for your dog to get needed exercise, but we ask that you keep them off of the property during our hours of operation and also ask that you keep them leashed and you clean up after your pet.  It is unpleasant for golf balls to sit at rest after a shot in the middle of dog waste or near dog waste.  The smell from animal waste is also unpleasant.  Please pick up your pets waste if you choose to walk them on our property after hours.

 

The golf course operates during the following hours:

 

Summer-Fall  Hours             6:30 AM until dark

Winter Hours                     7:00 AM until dark

Spring Hours                      6:30 AM until dark

 

Thank you for your help with these matters!

 

Lune De La Maison

Operators of Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club

                                                                       

 

Book Signings Merrilee Burns

 

Local author, Joseph Fioravanti, will have book signings for his book "The Chameleon" at the following locations:

 

Hickman Library - September 5, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. and Brunswick Community College, US Highway 17 Campus - September 21, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

 

                                                                       

 

Warning from Sheriff Ingram – Mary Pritchard

 

Sheriff John IngramThe Sheriff warns that thieves are targeting women at gas stations.  They park on the passenger side of the vehicle to appear as another customer.  Once the woman is distracted with pumping gas, the thief slides over, crouches down and enters the unlocked passenger door snatching the purse and any other item readily available.   He says to always make a habit of  locking your doors when getting out at gas stations or any location during your travels.

 

 

                                                                       

 

 

Free Soil Tests are Back John Doherty & Pete Gulliver

 

The 2013 Appropriations Act passed by the NC General Assembly approved a $4 fee for soil samples analyzed by the N.C. Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for the period from December through March.  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.  The rest of the year — April through November — NCDA & CS will continue to analyze soil samples without a fee.

 

In order to take advantage of the fee free period, we will start collecting samples on September 1, 2013. 

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”.

 

                                                                       

 

 

Recreation Committee Pat McKay

 

ANNOUNCEMENT OF CHANGE IN DATE FOR POA ANNUAL HOLIDAY PARTY!  PLEASE NOTE and SAVE THE DATE!  POA Annual Holiday Party:  Saturday, December 7, 2013; TIME:  4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; PLACE: Sea Trail Resort & Conference Center.  (We were able to change to an earlier date,  hopefully accommodating more residents!)  Bar stations outside dining room will open at 3:30 p.m.  Doors to dining room will open at 4:00 p.m.  Tickets will become available for pick-up at the POA Office from October 1, 2013 - November 18, 2013.  These tickets must be presented at the door of venue or NO entry into party!  Menu and music information will follow in October bulletin.

 

NOTE:  IN THE FUTURE, ATTENDANCE AT ALL EVENTS WILL REQUIRE EITHER SIGN-UP (POA BULLETIN BOARD) AND/OR TICKET PICK-UP (POA OFFICE) AND PRESENTATION BY RESIDENTS IN GOOD STANDING AT VENUE!

 

                                                                       

 

 

Sunday Scramble--Diana Mardall

 

The Carolina Shores Sunday Scramble Group played a straight scramble at Sea Trail, The Byrd Course, on August 11, 2013 hosted by Martha Hannon and Karen Hertling.  Nineteen players braved the heat and a good time was had by all.  First place went to Frank Pritchett, Betty Weaver, Karen Hertling and Martha Hannon; second place on a MOC was awarded to Joe Franklin, Will Groner, Teddy Altreuter and Sally Nolan, and third place went to Bill Southard, John Kain, Joe Gallo and Ilse Bateman.

 

Bill and Betty Weaver are hosting next month at Land ‘O Lakes in Whiteville on September 8, 2013.  The first tee time is 9:00 a.m. and the cost is $25.   If there is space on the board, the sign-up sheet will be posted on the temporary bulletin board/easel in the POA meeting room, or you can call Bill and Betty at 579-7952 and let them know you want to play.

 

Last month (August) someone signed up and didn’t show up . If you sign up, but can’t play, please call the hosts or me to let us know.  It’s frustrating to spend a lot of time on pairings to have them thrown askew because someone forgot they’d signed up or didn’t feel like playing.  If you can’t remember whether or not you signed up, make a phone call to find out.

 

We were scheduled to play at The Thistle in December, but this has been changed to Crow Creek.  Please mark your calendars.  We need someone to host this event so if you have nothing else to do on Sunday, December 8, and would like to host, please let Joe Gallo know as soon as possible.  We will probably have our December Scramble Dinner at Crow Creek.  If you would like to organize this dinner, please let me know; otherwise, I’ll do it again. (LOL)

 

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.

 

                                                                       

 

T'Ai Chi Chih Classes  Jeanne Zalasko

 

Want to improve your balance, sleep better, have more energy?  Try T’ai Chi Chih!  T’ai Chi Chih is a set of 19 movements and one pose, totally focused on the development of an intrinsic energy called Chi. It’s easy to learn, is completely non-violent and does not require a particular level of physical fitness or coordination.  No special clothing or equipment is required.

 

The BEGINNER CLASS meets 2 times a week on Tuesday and Saturday at 8:15 a.m. in the POA clubhouse.   A new class starts Tuesday, September17, 2013.  The course takes approximately 12 weeks to complete.  Good idea to bring water.  Class size is limited so SIGN UP NOW.  Contact TCC Practitioner Tommi Whitfield at 843-249-5536 or at tommi.whitfield@gmail.com to sign up or get more information.

 

ONGOING CLASS will continue to meet Monday at 9:15 a.m. and Thursdays at 8:15 a.m. beginning Monday, September 16, 2013.

 

                                                                       

 

Tennis News Bob Anthony

 

Summer is winding down, but not the enthusiasm for tennis.  A reminder for those not familiar with tennis at Carolina Shores--the tennis courts are reserved for open tennis, which is played every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.   During the cooler months, the times are 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.  If all four courts are not in use by those playing open tennis, then certainly any POA member is welcome to play on the unused courts.   During the summer months there are usually courts  available.

 

Remember, open tennis is available to all POA members and their guests.  Mark your calendars; beginning Monday, September 30, 2013, open tennis will start at 9:00 a.m.  Hope to see you out there.

 

                                                                       

 

 Renegade News Debbie Creamer

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

The Fall Getaway plans are under way.  Kay Craig got the ball rolling and then turned it over to Debbie O’Dell, Debbie Creamer and Lois Howard for hosting the event.  It will be Tuesday through Thursday, September 24 - 26, 2013, in Charleston, SC.  We will play at Patriots Point Links on Charleston Harbor in Mount Pleasant and The Links at Stono Ferry in Hollywood, SC the second day.  Look for details on the bulletin board at the Carolina Shores pro shop.  

Chairpersons for our regular weekly play in September are Gloria Crane and Nancy Rubin.  Tee times for the month start at 8:36 a.m.  Check the sign-up sheets in case it changes.

Mark your calendar for our General Meeting on Thursday, October 17, 2013, at 3:30 p.m. 

 

                                                                       

 

Needlework NewsMargie Pettersen

 

The Needlework group will meet at the POA clubhouse on Monday, September 9, 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.

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.   Rose Mary Jones will provide dessert for our September meeting.

*Please enter through the POA office to access the Board Room because T’ai Chi is in session in the main room at this time.

                                                                       

 

Book Discussion Group – Margie Pettersen

 

A lively discussion was held on August 16, 2013 to discuss our book selections,  The Cove by Ron Rash and The Hummingbird’s Daughter by Luis Umberto Urrea.  There were mixed reviews of The Cove.  Set in Appalachia during WWI, this book is about siblings, Hank and Laurel Sheldon, who live in an isolated cove in Appalachia and encounter a mysterious, mute stranger.   The Hummingbird’s Daughter was praised by some for its writing, but also deemed a bit too sluggish to read by others.

This historical fiction book describes the real life “Saint of Cabora,” Teresita Urrea, who is famous for healing the sick.

 

At our next meeting on September 20, 2013, we will discuss Giulia Goes to War by Joan Leotta OR The Shoemaker’s Wife: A Novel by Adriana Trigiani.  After the meeting there will be a showing of the film, Life of Pi, for those who are interested.  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.   Here is the list of books to be discussed over the next year.  There’s a little bit of something for everyone!

 

o   September - Giulia Goes to War by Joan Leotta OR The Shoemaker’s Wife: A Novel by Adriana Trigiani

o   October - That Woman: The Life of Wallis Simpson, Duchess of Windsor by Anne: Sebba

o   November - Wench: A Novel by Dolen Perkins-Valdez OR Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed

o   December - The Widow Spy by Martha Peterson OR Destiny of the Republic: A Tale of Madness, Medicine, and the Murder of a President by Candice Millard

o   January - And the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini OR Madame Tussaud:  A Novel of the French Revolution by Michelle Moran

o   Februrary - Room: A Novel by Emma Donoghue OR Winter Garden by Kristin Hannah

o   March - TransAtlantic: A Novel by Colum McCann OR A Week in Winter by Maeve Binchy

o   April - The Invisible Bridge by Julie Orringer

o   May - The End of Your Life Book Club by Will Schwalbe

o   June - The Fever Tree by Jennifer McVeigh

o   July - Behind the Beautiful Forevers: Life, Death, and Hope in a Mumbai Undercity by Katherine Boo

o   August - Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver

 

Of special note:  Our Book Discussion Group is sponsoring an author talk with Joan Leotta, who will speak to the group at our meeting on October 18, 2013.  Leotta is the author of our September book selection, Giulia Goes to War, and several other fiction and nonfiction books for children and adults. 

 

                                                                       

 

Garden Club NewsLinda Rugg

 

The Garden Club will begin the 2013 - 2014 season on September 11, 2013 at 1:00 p.m.  Joanne Bendy, Program Chairperson, has many exciting programs planned for this year.  We are starting the year off with a program on Floral Arrangements.  Tammy Hunter from the Briar Patch Floral and Gift Shop in Calabash will be putting together a floral arrangement, which will be raffled off afterwards.

 

Come to our September 11, 2013 meeting and bring a guest.  All residents are welcome whether you have been a member before or are new to our community and would like to check us out.  Membership is $10 and the Membership Committee will have tables set up so you can sign up.  This year we ask that when you bring a guest that you have your guest sign a guest list.  

 

After the floral arrangement demonstration, there will be a business meeting followed by some social time with wonderful  refreshments by the executive committee.

 

                                                                       

 

New Friends Flo Pflaster

For a new and different New Friends meeting, Barbara Jones hosted about 17 men and women at an evening on Sunset Beach.  Despite the strong winds, we all enjoyed chatting with each other and catching up on our summer experiences.

 

Activities planned for future gatherings are:

 

September 10 - recipe sharing hosted by Marlene Stewart

October 8 - outing to the Grapeful Sisters winery hosted by Charlotte Csernecky

November 12 - theater outing hosted by Maslin Kain

 

Mark your calendars and read this column monthly so you don’t miss out on these fun events!

 

New Friends meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at the POA clubhouse unless otherwise announced. 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.

                                                                       

 

New Horizons SinglesBetty Bond

 

It does not seem possible that September is already here and time to start our meetings.   We will be meeting on Tuesday, September 10, 2013, in the POA clubhouse at 5:00 p.m.

 

Our telephone committee will be calling you to let you know what is going on and to ask you to contribute something to our refreshments.

 

Hope to see you there.

 

                                                                       

 

Fall Bridge Luncheon – Lois Howard

 

The fall Bridge Luncheon will be held the first Friday in November.

 

If interested in attending, call Lois Howard at 579-4087.

 

                                                                       

 

Multi-Media Art Classes – Annette DeLisle

 

http://www.carolinashorespoa.org/bulletin/2012/11_2012_Bulletin_files/image024.jpgIf 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!

 

                                                                       

 

New Neighbors  – Flo Pflaster and Eva Jensen

Name: Kate and Jack Troy

Address: 54 Carolina Shores Pkwy

Phone: 304-593-1569 (Jack’s cell #)

Email: jptroy47@yahoo.com

Jack and Kate moved here in May from West Virginia where they lived for 21 years.  They have 2 cats, Toby and Shadow. Jack is originally from Yonkers, NY and Kate is originally a Jersey girl.  She was an office worker in a long term care facility and he was a crane operator.  They are a blended family with 7 grandchildren.  They moved here to be closer to family in Bolivia and Camp LeJeune.  She loves crafting and he enjoys playing pool.  They both like to fish.

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 dfp324@atmc.net

                                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In Memoriam

Walter "Dutch" Gustave Felauer

 

 

 

                                                                       

 

 

 

 

 

   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.

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

Lost -smart phone around entrance to 8 Calabash Drive.  If you found it please call Gail at 304-771-5990.

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

Found- keys in POA clubhouse- Two keys on the ring.  Car key and possibly a house key.  Call POA office 579-2044.

 

 

 

 

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September 2013

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1

 

2

 

9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

3

 

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

1:00 Multi Media Painting

 

4

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

5

 

8:15 Tai Chi Cha

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

 

7:00 Men’s Poker

6

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

7

 

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

8

 

Sunday Scramble Group

 

9

 

9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

10

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

10:30 New Friends

 

5:00 New Horizons

 

1:00 Multi Media Painting

11

 

9:30 CSPOA

Board Meeting

 

1:00 Garden Club

 

12

 

8:15 Tai Chi Cha

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

 

7:00 Men’s Poker

13

 

9:30 Quilters Guild

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

14

 

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

15

 

16

 

9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

17

 

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

1:00 Multi Media Painting

18

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

19

8:15 Tai Chi Cha

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

 

7:00 Men’s Poker

20

 

10:00 Book Discussion Group

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

21

 

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

22

 

23

9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

.

24

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

1:00 Multi Media Painting

 

25

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

 

26

 

8:15 Tai Chi Cha

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

 

7:00 Men’s Poker

27

 

9:30 Quilters Guild

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

28

 

8:30 Tai Chi Cha

 

Private

Party

29

 

 

30

9:15 Tai Chi Cha

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Regularly Scheduled Events

POA Clubhouse

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

Tennis Court

Tennis                    Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 8:30 a.m.

Starting September 30, 2013, tennis will start 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. 

 

Important

 

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 September 11, 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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