To Contact Board Members or the POA: 579-2044 or e-mail at CSPOA@carolinashores.net

Al Franklin – President, Peter Kirkby – Vice President, Kerry Jarrell – Treasurer, Joyce Dunn – Secretary, Marlene Stewart – Director, Jack Bendy – Director, Clint Finger – Director and Diana Mardall – Director

 

Merrilee Burns – Co-Editor   Linda Rugg – Co-Editor

CSPOA web site:  www.carolinashoresPOA.org


 

Message from the BoardAl Franklin, President

 

What a month October has been.  First we had the storm that caused water damage in about fifteen (15) homes in our community. Many of the owners did not have flood insurance.  Many individuals in the community volunteered to help those without insurance.  Joyce Dunn and Tony Wagner organized the schedules for the volunteers and did a great job.  The volunteers were removing carpet, padding, hardwood floors, kitchen cabinets, and hauling the debris to the Brunswick County Landfill.  Also, the Baptist church sent crews into the area to help those without insurance and we thank them for all their work.

 

All of the individuals that helped in one way or another did a great job. Thank you all for your time in these matters. Now it is time to get the homes back to normal.  It is nice to live in a community that pulls together to help neighbors when they are in need.

 

Then the POA sponsored candidates night for the Town election.  Thanks to all who attended and contributed to the meeting.  I think we all found out who we would vote for from the results.

 

On your next visit to the POA building, take notice of the mulch that was put down.  It really looks good.

 

As we go into November, let’s not forget Thanksgiving Day.  This is the time to be thankful for the many blessings we have received over this past year.  If you will be traveling for Thanksgiving, have a safe trip.

 

Remember the POA election is coming up.  We have three positions open on the Board; if interested, please fill out an application.

 

The town has requested the email list for the Carolina Shores community.  Since some of you do not want your email public, we are reluctant to give them our list.  If you want the town to have your email address in order to make sure you receive emails from them, please send an email to the town with your name and address and a note to include you on their email list.

 

 

REMEMBER:  The CSPOA quarterly meeting is Monday, November 2, 2015, at 7:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse.  Hope to see you there.

 

 

 

THANK YOU TO OUR BULLETIN EDITORS LINDA RUGG and MERRILEE BURNS

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

 

November 11, 2015 – 9:30 A.M. MONTHLY BOARD MEETING

November 2, 2015 7:00 P.M. QUARTERLY MEETING

ALL MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.

 

IF YOU ARE NOT ON OUR FREE COMMUNITY EMAIL DISTRIBUTION LIST, PLEASE CONTACT THE BUSINESS OFFICE.  YOU MAY HAVE MORE THAN ONE EMAIL ADDRESS PER HOUSEHOLD.

 

 

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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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ACC CornerJoe Martere, ACC Chairperson and Peter Kirkby, POA Board Liaison

 

This past month we continued to inform owners of any possible violations of the DoR concerning A/C heat pump units, fuel tanks and yards among others.  We are also contacting owners of unimproved lots to ask them to please bush hog their properties.  Many are very over grown and have not been attended to for a long time.

 

It is election time in our community, and if you wish to place a sign of support for a candidate on your property, please call or stop by the POA office to complete a sign request.  Remember, that you have to remove the sign no later than seven (7) days after the election.

 

REMEMBER:  When you do anything on the outside of your house, with the exception landscaping, you need to apply for a permit.  This includes repairs, painting the same color,  new construction, tree removal, etc.  The process is simple and most things are approved.

                                                                       

 

2016 BudgetKerry Jarrell, Treasurer

 

This year’s budget process began in August with the various CSPOA committees, board members and staff submitting funding requests for 2016 to the Finance and Audit Committee. The Committee compiled the results, which are included in this November Bulletin.  The Budget will be the primary topic at the CSPOA Quarterly meeting at 7:00 p.m. on November 2, 2015.  Members are encouraged to attend that meeting and provide their input on the budget.

 

The budget contains two components:  (1) an operating budget, which funds the routine expenses for the clubhouse, pool, tennis courts, office, etc., and (2) a reserve budget, which funds the annual contribution to the facility repair/replacement reserve.

 

In 2015 the Board and staff have worked hard to keep costs down.  As a result of that effort, the Finance and Audit Committee proposes no increase in dues for 2016.

 

We look forward to your input and to seeing each of you at the CSPOA Quarterly meeting on Monday, November 2, 2015.

                                                                       

 

 

 

Holly Days Arts & Crafts ShowCatherine Sludds

 

MC900436388[1]The 24th Annual Holly Days Arts & Crafts Show will take place in Southport on Saturday, November 7, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the 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 & craft vendors.  There will be live music, entertainment for children and food & drink.

                                                                       

 

Holiday Arts and CraftsMary Timothy

 

Get an early jump on the Holiday Season.  Sunday, November 22, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. we are having a holiday sale.  Some of the items for sale will be jewelry, art and many different kinds of crafts.  Come and see what our local Carolina Shores resident artists create and sell.  It is never too early to shop for the holidays.  Open to everyone to shop and sell.  For information, contact Mary Timothy at 910-477-1996 or Joan Masters at 518-860-2512 if you would like to sell some of your arts and crafts.  Hope to see everyone there.

                                                                       

 

THANKSGIVING  DINNER AT THE POA Mary Prichard

 

Join your friends and neighbors at the POA clubhouse for Thanksgiving dinner on November 26, 2015 at 4:00 p.m.  Bring a dish to share and your own alcoholic beverage of choice.  Soft drinks, coffee and tea will be provided along with the turkey.  Call Mary Pritchard at 579-4684 to reserve your spot at the table and tell us what dish you will be bringing:  Hors -d'oeuvres, salad, vegetables, desserts, etc.  We will need a set up crew and a cleanup crew, too.

                                                                       

 

Can you help?Mary Pritchard

 

MC900413686[1]Once again 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 a donation of $20, a resident of Carolina Shores can provide a Christmas dinner for a family of 4-5 people.  The dinner includes a 12-14 pound frozen turkey, 2 cans each of yams, green beans and corn, cranberry sauce, a dozen freshly baked dinner rolls, and a pumpkin pie.  Contact Wendy Horten at 579-0467 or Maslin Kain at 579-9637 to give them your donation.

                                                                       

 

Nextdoor Carolina ShoresTony Wagner

 

Please join us on Nextdoor Carolina Shores at www.nextdoor.com; Code: CFAWXJ.

 

Don't miss out.

 

I just want to update you on Nextdoor Carolina Shores.  Currently 164 of your neighbors have discovered the value of belonging to Nextdoor Carolina Shores.  The Sheriff of Brunswick County monitors and posts important news on our site.  I am now working with the Town of Carolina Shores to make them “subscribers” to our site as well as the sheriff.  That way any news that would be important to us will be posted by the town.

 

The recent heavy rains and resulting flood we experienced showed the true purpose and value of Next-door…many people who were flooded and without flood insurance were able to post on the site and others who were available showed up to help them clean up and haul away flood damaged debris that was removed from their homes.  This helped them on their way to a quicker recovery with no charges except dump fees.  Many people, whose names in some cases were unknown, showed up without anyone prompting them to help.  We were able to get several tons of debris taken to the landfill in a relatively short amount of time.  Joyce Dunn was instrumental in assembling a crew and several homes were finally cleaned out in one day. Extraordinary!

 

I have mentioned before you can do all sorts of things on Nextdoor like offer a service, sell an item you no longer need, ask for a professional in nearly any field and someone will make a recommendation.  Earlier this month people were in trouble and posted on the site.  They were quickly answered by their neighbors, you and I, and help arrived.  We have even established a group within Nextdoor for the “Carolina Shores Care Team”.  The group members can post on there and provide transportation for those in need.  The posts only go to the members of the team, not the entire community.  There is also a group in Nextdoor called “Carolina Shores Nite Out” where we post an outing and you can sign up to go.  Last month we went to dinner and a theatre in Myrtle Beach.  This month we are going to a “progressive dinner”.  It’s a great time to meet your neighbors and spend a little time together having fun.

 

Some have said there are too many emails and have left the group because of that.  The “settings” page will allow you to completely tailor the site to your preferences.  You can eliminate emails entirely and simply read the news when you like or you can get emails once a day if you like.  The other extreme is to set it so you receive all emails on your computer, phone or tablet all the time like I do as “Lead” member.  Check out your “settings” page.

 

Some have asked how to get to Next-door?  All you have to do is type NEXTDOOR.COM (one word without hyphen) in your browser address line and provide your physical address in Carolina Shores and your email address.  Also, you can send me an email at twaggers1@yahoo.com.  Tell me to sign you up and write your physical address here in Carolina Shores in your note.  I will have your email address in your email.  I will then send you an invitation directly through Nextdoor.  Your information will be verified and you are in.  Start getting the news of our community and posting your own news.

 

Currently, our policy is that the posts are kept within our community here even though there are seven (7) "nextdoor" communities in the area.  The general feeling is we don't necessarily want to share our concerns with other communities or invite comments.  If that posture changes, I will be there to let you know.

                                                                       

 

Tax Return Assistance Barbara Hutton

 

Beginning in February, 2016 tax return assistance is available at Hickman’s Crossroads Library provided by community volunteers.  The program is supported by the AARP Foundation and the IRS.  All volunteers are trained and certified by the IRS after taking classes and passing a test.  For a number of years many residents in Carolina Shores have taken advantage of this free community service to have their tax returns completed quickly and easily.

 

To make the program run smoothly, a “greeter” is available to sign people in and to answer questions.  At this time we are looking for a few dependable volunteers who might enjoy participating in this program.  The volunteer needs to be organized, cheerful and helpful.  There is no test or tax training for this role.  You would “work” one session per week for ten weeks, February 1 to April 15, 2016.  The program operates on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

 

If you have a few spare hours in your schedule, and enjoy visiting with others in your community, please call Barbara Hutton at 579-5324 to learn more about this opportunity. 

                                                                       

 

Renegade NewsGeri McTighe

 

MCj02856980000[1]Chairpersons for weekly play in November are Kathy Harniman and Sharon Clark.  Please refer to the Weekly Results emails or check the signup sheets for tee times.

 

Ladybirds Tournament

Magnolia Greens Golf Course hosted the Ladybirds Tournament on Tuesday, September 22, 2015.  Sue Keck, Char Pietrondi, Karen Hertling, Linda Mullins, Kay Craig, and Debbie Creamer were winners in their flights.

 

Fall Getaway - October 7 and 8, 2015

Eleven Renegades and their guests escaped waterlogged Carolina Shores for the Sandhills of North Carolina to play golf in the Annual Fall Getaway.  On October 7, at Seven Lakes Country Club, the first place winners were Sue Hensler, Jay Leskowicz, Deb Courtemanche and Betty Johnston with a 3 Low Net score of 214.  On October 8, at Legacy Golf Links, first place winners of a Modified Scramble were Karen Hertling, Gary Hertling, Betty Johnston and Tom Nally with a score of 68.  Congratulations to the winners and kudos to Debbie Creamer and Deb Courtemanche for hosting this very successful and fun event.

 

The Renegades play every Thursday morning at Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club.  If you have just moved to the area or if you have lived here for years and would like to play in an 18-hole ladies golf league, contact Kathy Harniman at 575-1120 or Phillip Bureau at the golf course for more details.  New members are always welcome.

                                                                       

 

Tennis NewsBob Anthony

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The leaves have turned color and there is a nip in the air.  Yet open tennis continues to thrive.  Come on out and join your friends and neighbors for some good exercise and lots of fun.  Open tennis occurs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at our courts beginning at 9:00 a.m.  Everyone attending will get to play.

 

Here's wishing everyone a Happy, Healthy Thanksgiving.

                                                                       

 

Garden Club NewsJeanne Paff

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The October meeting of Garden Club featured a power point by Master Gardener Donna Coulson on the topic of growing herbs on the coast.  Herbs like our sandy soil and warm climate.  It was surprising to most that a scented geranium is considered an herb, not a flower.


Our November meeting, to be held on November 11, 2016 will highlight a presentation on coastal photography.

 

Upcoming events

It's time for the popular, annual Garden Club Soup and Bake Sale!

Come on in to the POA clubhouse on Saturday, November 21, 2016, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for the most delicious homemade soups and bakery items in town!

 

Tables will be set for anyone who wants to sit and enjoy lunch with friends and neighbors.  Coffee will also be available.  You will be able to stock up on baked items for your Thanksgiving feast or stow away some yummy soups in the freezer for those cold days.  Soups are $3 per "generous portion" and baked goods are priced according to the item.  Mark your calendar, get your taste buds geared up and get there on time for the great choices!

 

* December 9, 2015 - Christmas Holiday Luncheon at Crow Creek

* February 3, 2016 - Card Party - a scholarship fundraiser

 

New to the area?  Consider joining at the bargain rate of $10 annual dues which includes interesting topics, meeting new people and enjoying tasty refreshments at each meeting.

                                                                       

 

 

Recreation Committee Sue Hensler

 

Come and join your friends at the Carolina Shores Holiday Party being held at the Sea Trail Convention Center on Sunday, December 6, 2015.  Doors and cash bar will open at 4:00 p.m. and a buffet dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m.  Music will be provided by Lisa Snow

 

Tickets will be available at the POA office now through November 23, 2015.  Due to the increase in cost of this event there will be a $10.00 charge per ticket for residents.  Guest tickets will be $25.00.  No one will be admitted without a ticket.  Come and celebrate the holidays with your friends and neighbors.

                                                                       

 

New Horizons SinglesJune Wilkinson

 

MCj04398570000[1]It seems that a good time was had by all at our October meeting.  We thank Pat Ferstler and Anne Walsh for providing the fun game for us all.

 

Our next gathering will be November 10, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.  It has been suggested we have a movie night along with sharing food and fellowship.  More details will be provided to members closer to that date.  We would welcome any singles who would like to join us.  There is always delicious food to share and good fellowship.  We miss seeing those members who have missed the last few gatherings.  Come on back; we would love to see you all.

                                                                       

 

Needlework NewsMargie Pettersen

 

MCj03012760000[1]The Needlework group assembled at the POA clubhouse on Monday, October 12, 2015.  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.

 

Barbara Roth, Eileen Nawara, and Loretta Ebanks donated numerous items to the Brunswick Community Center: sweaters, blankets, hats, and scarves.  All items are then distributed to adults and children in need.  Winter is coming, so we are knitting up a storm!  Please consider donating yarn to our group so that we may continue to support our charitable efforts.  Any yarn, any weight or color is appreciated.

 

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 you.  Our next meeting will be on November 9, 2015.  Barbara Roth will be bringing dessert.

 

*Please enter through the POA office to access the Board Room.

                                                                       

 

New FriendsMichele Depalo

 

The October 13, 2015 new friends meeting was led by Mary Pritchard with approximately 25

people in attendance.

 

New neighbors were introduced as follows: Sue and Gary Baird (Gate 8), Mike and Judy Sullivan (29 C.S. Pkwy.), Carol St. Hilaire (34 Bayberry Ct.), and Nancy Karnolt (27 Brassie Dr.).  Each shared a little about themselves and why they chose Carolina Shores as their new home.

 

Margie Petterson spoke about “New Friends Favorites”, a list of favorite businesses, medical providers, etc. that she compiled on the suggestions of the group.  Anyone can view the list on www.carolinashoresnc.nextdoor.com.  The list and the website have proven to be handy resources.

 

Joyce Dunn reported on the question of a defibrillator at the POA clubhouse and/or pool.  It was recommended that this not be pursued as (1) trained personnel are needed to handle this type of medical equipment, and (2) we are in close proximity to emergency responders.  It was suggested that, more importantly, a full CPR training program be offered. The first aid kit at our pool will be updated for next spring.

 

Two candidates who are running for town office next month spoke to the group:  Mary Timothy, candidate for Carolina Shores Town Commissioner and Joyce Dunn, candidate for Mayor.  Both women shared their views on what is needed to make Town Hall more accessible to the public.  It was agreed by all that communication between the Town and the community needs to be restored and citizen involvement encouraged.  They hope to bring back the leadership, which is currently lacking and create a healthy balance of perspectives on the Board.

 

Another topic of discussion was the lack of response by the Town government during our flooding situation.  There is currently a list at the Town Hall for residents to sign up for FEMA assistance.  Another resource that was suggested was the North Carolina Veterans site which offers disaster relief for veterans.

 

After the meeting, many of the members enjoyed lunch at The Patio.

 

Upcoming:

• Nov. 10, 2015:  New Friends Meeting – Chaired by Marlene Stewart.  Join us for the annual trimming of the POA Christmas tree.  Lunch will be provided.

• Nov. 26, 2015:  Thanksgiving Dinner at the POA clubhouse – All are welcome.  Bring a potluck dish to share.

People are needed to serve on the dinner committee to coordinate the food, and volunteers are needed to cook the turkeys.  Dinner is at 4:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse.  Call Mary Pritchard at 579-4684 if you can help.

•• December 8, 2015:  New Friends’ Christmas luncheon.

New Friends meets monthly on the second Tuesday 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.  Please remember to bring a non perishable food item for the SBIC pantry.  Mark your calendars and read this column monthly so you don’t miss out on these fun events!

                                                                       

 

Book Discussion GroupPat McKay

 

MCj04399110000[1]On October 16, 2015 we discussed The Outlander, Diana Gabaldon, which was well received by the group.  This book, set in 18th Century Scotland, is a story of history, adventure and love.  Members noted the attention to detail:  life in the castle, floggings, medical care, witch trials, and life in a Scottish clan.  Gabaldon was praised for her writing style and the development well-drawn characters.

 

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.  You don’t have to commit to reading all of the books to be part of the group.  If you are intrigued by the selection or the topic, feel free to drop in and share your perspective and insights of the book.

 

At our next meeting, November 20, 2015, we will discuss The Boys in the Boat:  Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Olympics, Daniel J. Brown.

 

Here is a list of the books to be discussed by the group in the upcoming months:

December- Our Souls at Night by KentHaruf OR 100-year-old man who climbed out the window and disappeared, Jonas Jonasson 

January- Circling the Sun: A Novel, Paula McLain. OR One Summer, America 1927, Bill Bryson

February- All the Light We Cannot See, Anthony Doerr 

March- The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins FIC

April -Jack of Spades: A Tale of Suspense, Joyce Carol Oates OR Lovely, Dark, Deep: Stories, Joyce Carol Oates

May- In Plain Sight, Fern Michaels OR Ladies No.1 Detective Agency, Alexander McCall Smith.

June Women of Courage, Margaret Truman, OR Biography or Autobiography of choice

July  -Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, Bryan Stevenson OR Go Set a Watchman, Harper Lee

August -Inside the O’Briens by Lisa Genova

                                                                       

 

Carolina Shores Quilting Guild Mary Dilettuso

 

MCj02911050000[1]The Carolina Shores Quilt Guild was held on Friday, October 9, 2015, in the POA clubhouse.  Our president, Inez Barrett, opened the meeting at 9:30 a.m.  We talked about possible projects in the future: block of the month, a pizza box project and our November program (a table runner with a Christmas theme).

 

We have voted on keeping Ronald McDonald House as the charity that we will continue to support through donating our quilts.  We will try to travel to Durham twice a season to drop off our quilts.  Anyone who wants to drive or go along for this experience should contact Inez Barrett.

 

Our program chairman, Lucy Timmerman, introduced the next phase of the “Rancher’s Daughter” quilt that we are working on and Barbara Hutton presented her program, “How to do Paper Piecing”.  We worked on both of these projects during our classroom segment of the meeting.

 

We had two visitors to our Quilt Guild, Marian from Southport and Jane Connor from North Myrtle Beach.  We hope they will return to join our group.

 

In November we will be making a Christmas table runner.  The program will be taught by Lucy Timmerman.  We hope you will join us at that time.  We know there are many of you who will be looking for Christmas ideas.  Nothing is better than receiving a lovely quilted present that will last for Christmases to come.

 

Carol Nast, Barbara Erickson, Lucy Timmerman, and Barbara Hutton all had beautiful quilting projects to display in the Show and Tell portion of our meeting.

 

Thanks to Mr. Bertrand, the scissor man, who came at 8:30 a.m. to sharpen scissors, garden tools, etc. for Carolina Shores residents.  We greatly appreciated having him here.

 

The Quilt Guild meets on the second Friday and the fourth Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m.  Bring a brown bag lunch and join us for lunch and fellowship in the kitchen.  Learn more about quilting and the great ladies in our guild.  Guests and new members are always welcome.

                                                                       

 

New Neighbors  – Flo Pflaster and Eva Jensen

 

Hartman, Robert and Phyllis (Annie)

38 Calabash Drive

cell:  845 721 7604  (Bob)

cell:  609 290 6636 (Annie)

 

Bob and Annie have been married for three years and are from New Jersey.  Bob is a retired auto mechanic and Annie works with handicapped adults and the developmentally disabled.  He likes to work on cars and she paints.  The couple has three children between them.  Their labradoodle dog is very friendly.  They moved to Carolina Shores as they liked the area and have wonderful neighbors.

 

 

Germond, William and Patricia

15 Gate 6

cell:  910 712 0195 (Bill)

cell:  910 515 5026 (Patty)

email: bgermond@atmc.net

 

Bill and Patty are from New Hampshire and moved to Southport in 2000.  They liked the Carolina Shores area, found industrial space for their electronic recycling, refurbish and repair business, rented a house, and then bought their current home.  They are changing their business to just repairs and sales. They both were in sales - she in radio and he in RV’s.  Bill enjoys golf, walking, hiking and the beach.  Patty likes golf and tennis.  The couple has two daughters and two grandchildren (a boy and a girl).  They share their home with their four-year-old Irish setter.

 

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

                                                                       

 

Care TeamFlo Pflaster

 

http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/customer-care-team-d-isolated-43443409.jpgThe Carolina Shores Care Team has, for nearly ten years, been the go-to resource for residents who have a temporary need for some help.  We give rides to the doctor, the grocery store, and even the nursing home when you have a partner who is in rehab.  We also can take your trash to the recycling center, fix you some hot meals, or help take care of your pets when you are unable to care for them.

 

We still need more members on this team, as my last two needs from neighbors have gone unanswered.  I communicate to all Care Team members through the Next Door site and will add you to that group only so that messages will only be from Flo or Carla.

If you need help or if you would like to be part of this team, please contact Flo Pflaster at 575-6243 or dfp324@atmc.net or Carla Wagner at 252-303-0056 or wagnercarla28@yahoo.com.

                                                                       

 

 

 

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In Memoriam

 

Pat O'Neill

Wendy Taroncher

Louise Clark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sales         and       Service

MC900295650[1]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.

https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSRZgc-SiZpQcIulE0zYS0P4KBJK_WlW1_JhbAtAEhL17B9WPeNsgMoving/Organization - whether selling your house or just need to organize or refresh, call Grace at 910-575-5369.  Satisfaction a certainty.  Free Estimates.

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

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

 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.

http://sr.photos2.fotosearch.com/bthumb/CSP/CSP902/k9026382.jpgMary Kay Cosmetics -  Contact Ester Malmfeldt for any of your needs and receive that day.  I have been in the business for 35 years.  Call 910-579-0638 or email esprits33@gmail.com

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

MP900402124[1]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 Shawn at 910-363-7209.

http://americanhistory.phillipmartin.info/amhis_liberty_bell.gifCLEANING OUT? Help VETERANS by donating to the new LIBERTY BELLE THRIFT!  Managed by your CS neighbors, we accept clothing, decor, household, small furniture items, bric-a-brac.  10136 Beach Dr. SW--next to min. golf in old EMS shop. 

MC900058880[1]E-Recycle Now, LLC offers Free Electronics Recycling for Carolina Shores. If you have broken, outdated computers, laptops, printers etc., bring to Carolina Business Park, 286 Koolabrew Dr, ½ mile from CVS on left.. Every Weds 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  Call 910-515-5026. No TV’s please.

MC900300940[1]transparent-1pxComputer Repairs- Do you need your computer fixed or upgrade/downgrade to Windows 7?  Call Vaughn MacEntee at 575-7515.

MC900053412[1]Honest and Reliable- Do you need someone to clean your house, camper, condo or office?  I also do Baby and Pet sitting.  Call Whitney at 910-363-7588.

Nell's Fine Consignment of Calabash Closet Concierge Service for Ladies  We'll Help You Clean Out Your Closet - You'll Make Money!  Visit us at the Calabash Cottages, 10152 Beach Dr. SW, for particulars. 

Calabash Wholesale Computers Established business, references available, 30 day warranty on sales & service.  - Need a Computer/Repair/

Upgrade to Windows 7? Call Patty at 910-515-5026 or 910-575-7850, M–F 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Clinique-Makeup[1]Avon Are you looking for an Avon representative?  Call Mae at 575-2209.

Custom Greeting Cards, art and/or verse for that special occasion.  Call Kitty at 579-1873.

Tastefully Done Meal Service - Tastefully Done is a unique chef service providing you affordable customized meals, a weekly or bi-weekly service. C all Bob at 579-9666.

vYzcZ[1]Plumbing service.  Will do light plumbing jobs.  Reasonable rates.  call 910-575-1004 or 860-558-6999

Exquisite Home Accents by Darlene-Beautiful, finely detailed home accents.  Visit our website @ www.exquisitehomeaccents.com or contact Darlene for a private product showing @  910-713-5558.

http://www.clipartguide.com/_named_clipart_images/0511-0906-1518-2026_Window_Cleaner_Using_a_Squeegie_clipart_image.jpgWindow Washing Carolina Shores resident has done many homes in the Community.  Results guaranteed.  Call for free estimate.  Lee Hancock 579-3121

Exclusive North Pole Bell Ringer keepsake for Christmas (approx 5 1/2 in. tall).  Orig. hand held bell to ring at bed time only on Christmas Eve. Ringing of bell signals Santa to leave his roof top and deliver gifts. $4.50.  Child's name(s) can be added at no charge.  Lynn Darby  579-7526

Original designed Holiday Hostess/Table gifts and children's imaginative gifts available for advance ordering.  Ordering ends Nov. 10.  Pick up or will ship.  Thanks.  Lynn Darby 579-7526  You can view gifts at https://animoto.com/play/nJqldrs2zz25XTtPrRX34A

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Need help with the refinishing, repairs, etc. of your home’s interior due to recent storm damage?  Former remodeling contractor with 30 years experience can help.  Call for free consultation. Very likely I will be able to save you $$$. I am a Carolina Shores resident. Call Lee at 579-3121 or 910-200-5687. 

Interior Design Services.  Professional and affordable.  No job too small or too large.  Call Carol St. Hilaire at 336-266-2303

 

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November 2015

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1

 

 

 

2

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

7:00 POA QTR Mtg

3

 

4

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

5

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

6

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

7

 

 

8

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Sunday Scramble

9

10:00 Needlework

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

10

 

10:30 New Friends

 

5:00 New Horizons

11

 

9:30 Board Mtg.

 

1:00 Garden Club

 

12

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

13

 

9:30 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

14

 

 

 

15

 

 

16

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row 6:30 Ladies Poker

17

 

 

18

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

19

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

20

10:00 Book Discussion Group

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

21

 

Soup & Bake Sale

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

22

Holiday Arts & Crafts Sale

At POA

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

23

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row 6:30 Ladies Poker

24

 

 

25

 

10:30 Mexican Train

 

 1:00 Ladies Cards

26

 

Happy Thanksgiving

Dinner

4:00 p.m.

27

 

9:30 Quilter Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

28

 

 

29

 

30

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 9:00 a.m.

 

 

Recycle Center Schedule

 

Windshield Sticker Required

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

Tuesdays & Thursdays -  9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

Closed Fridays and Sundays

 

Please Note: in 2015 the Recycle Center will be closed on the following holidays:

January 1, January 19, May 25, July 3, September 7, November 11, November 26-27 and December 24-25. 

 

Important:  DO NOT LEAVE CAR PARKED AT THE TRASH COMPACTOR WHEN DISCARDING ITEMS IN THE RECYCLE BINS.

 

 

Meetings

 

The following meetings are held at the POA clubhouse:

 

The CSPOA Board of Directors will meet November 11,, 2015 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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