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, Diana Mardall – Secretary,

Jack Bendy – Director, John Csernecky – Director, Sue Hensler – Director, and Mike Jacobson - Director

 

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

CSPOA website: www.carolinashoresPOA.org

 

 

 

Message from the Board – Al Franklin, President

 

Happy Spring.  According to the calendar spring has arrived.  That means that there is yard work to be done.  Please do not blow your yard debris into ditches or swales and on vacant lots.  The debris will prevent the drainage of water by causing a blockage.  We have enough problems now with drainage.  If you have a contractor maintain your lawn, it is your responsibility to assure that they do not put debris in the ditches, swales and vacant lots.  Thanks for your cooperation.

 

The Board of Directors and a committee of four members have been working on our pool project, with the committee of four members doing most of the work.  We have to replace the pool pump house building and thought that would be completed by opening day of the pool.  We could not get bids or start the replacement of the building because we did not receive drawings from our architect.  Now we will find another architect and do the pump house in October 2016.  We are getting bids to have the restrooms remodeled and they could be completed before the pool opens in May.

 

Maybe you have noticed that we have put up signs saying “NO SOLICITATION”.  These signs are hanging on the bottom of the Carolina Shores signs.  So if you have individuals coming to your door trying to sell you something or asking to do work, you can call the authorities.

 

 

 

THANK YOU TO OUR BULLETIN EDITORS LINDA RUGG and MERRILEE BURNS

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

 

April 13, 2016 – 9:30 A.M. MONTHLY BOARD 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.com. Do 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 Corner – Joe Martere, ACC Chairperson and Peter Kirkby, POA Board Liaison

 

The ACC has been busy now that warm weather has arrived.  Please remember that any time you are doing any alterations that include painting or replacing of doors, shutters, roofs, or windows you will need TWO permits.  The first for the proposed work and a second permit IF the contractor wishes to place his sign on your property doing the work.  It is the home owner’s responsibility to obtain the permits; NOT the contractor.  Check with the town to see if the work you are doing needs a permit from them.  Work on the inside of your house does not need a permit from the ACC or town.

 

The “NO SOLICITATION” signs have been installed at all the main entrances to our community.  If you have someone knock on your door, please inform them it is against our rules.  If you find a brochure or business card in your mailbox, please inform the ACC so we can contact them.

 

We remind you that the members of the ACC, except the chairman, are volunteers and neighbors.  Please treat them with respect as they are doing a required and necessary job for all who live in our community.

                                                                                   

 

Yard and Bake Sale – Jeanne Paff

 

Bake Sale Platterhttp://www.clipartbest.com/cliparts/pc5/ypy/pc5ypyMcB.jpegThe Carolina Shores Garden Club will hold a Yard and Bake sale to raise funds to provide scholarships to deserving West Brunswick High School seniors.  The sale will be held on Saturday, April 16, 2016, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse.  Spaces are $15 with you providing your own table.  The paid tables will be set up in the parking lot and the Garden Club’s tables and Bake Sale will be set up inside the clubhouse.  In case of rain, all tables will be set up inside the clubhouse.  Donations to either the Garden Club table or the bake table are welcome.  For additional information, call Jeanne Paff at (910) 575-8151 or Sally Nolan at (910) 880-1286.

                                                                                   

 

Recreation Committee – Sue O’Reilly

 

http://www.leehansen.com/clipart/Parties/Picnic/images/picnic.gifPlans are being finalized for our Memorial Day Picnic on Sunday, May 29, 2016.  This popular event is always well attended and is a kick-off for the summer season in our community.  It is through the participation of our members and volunteers that this picnic has been so successful.  In order for the various activities to happen, we need a few volunteers to help out.  These include: set-up, registration, raffle ticket sales, food serving, ticket collecting, bingo, bocce, and general clean-up.  None of this requires much time or physical effort and the more volunteers we have, the less time one must spend at it.

 

If you wish to volunteer, please call:      Sue O’Reilly at 579-3773, Barbara Hartnett at 579-0014 or

Charlotte Csernecky at 579-9520.

                                                                                   

 

Library – Sue O’Reilly

 

books-on-bookshelf-454-clipart.jpgPlease do not leave old books of the “how to” variety (diet and nutrition, exercise, religious writings, or out of date travel guides or catalogs) in our library.  Up to date, latest trend versions of these subjects are available in our wonderful public library.  We can only keep books of popular authors, fiction and non-fiction that are newer than 10 years.  Those that are donated are greatly appreciated.  Thank you 

                                                                                   

 

Walking Group – Eileen Nawara

 

http://fscomps.fotosearch.com/bigcomps/CSP/CSP938/k9387528.jpgThere is now a walking group for ladies in this area.  We meet at 9:00 a.m. Monday through Friday at various locations.  We walk for approximately 40-50 minutes and you can walk at your own pace.  If you are interested, you can e-mail Eileen at enawara@hotmail.com or call me at 579-9425.

 

                                                                                   

 

Garden Club News – Jeanne Paff

 

Description: MCj04374590000[1]Our March meeting introduced the members to the topic of invasive species.  Michelle Cousineau, curator of the Brunswick County Botanical Garden, gave a slide show presentation highlighting plants that pose a moderate to high threat to our area.  Kudzu, which grows one foot a day, and Princess tree, which grows 15 feet a year, were definitely in the high threat area.  Mimosa and vinca were in the moderate threat area.

 

Upcoming events:

April   6 - Hopsewee Plantation trip $14.50 a person

April 13 - April meeting- vote on proposed amendments

April 16 - Scholarship Yard and Bake Sale – 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at POA clubhouse

Spaces - $15.00 - for information call Jeanne Paff at 575-8151

May  11 - Fashion Show and Scholarship Luncheon at The Isles restaurant in Ocean Isle Beach at 11:30 a.m.

Cost - $18

                                                                                   

 

Carolina Shores Quilting Guild – Mary Dilettuso

 

MCj02911050000[1]The March meeting of the Carolina Shores Quilt Guild was held on Friday, March 11, 2016, in the POA clubhouse.  Our president, Inez Barrett, opened the meeting at 9:30 a.m.

We are getting ready for our bi-annual luncheon with the Oak Island Quilters.  We always have a challenge for our groups to make and present at the luncheon.  This year’s theme is “The Country Fair”.  Fabric squares were given to Oak Island to use and create a 10” quilting square that will be shown.  Our quilters will do the same.  We will evaluate all the squares and pick a winner.  All the quilt squares will be given back to each group and they will create their own quilt using all the squares we created.  It is a fun project for both groups to create and display.

After our regular business meeting, Lucy Timmerman, our program chairperson, went on with her project of two colored 10” squares.  Next month Lucy will teach a new pattern to quilt.  It is called “The One Block Wonder”.  Many of us are signed up for that class.  It should be fun.

If you have any interest in quilting, or would like to join us for one of our meetings, please feel free to pop in and meet us.  We have quilters that will be able to help you get started because we have all levels of skills.  We meet on the second Friday of the month and we have a workshop on the fourth Friday of the month.  We have a brown bag lunch after the meeting and enjoy each other’s company.  We would love to see you.

                                                                                   

 

Needlework News – Margie Pettersen

 

MCj03012760000[1]The Needlework group assembled at the POA clubhouse on Monday, March 14, 2016.  This group meets in the POA boardroom* 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.

 

This month, several baby blankets were donated to be distributed to new mothers in the maternity ward at the Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center.  At our January meeting Barbara Roth, who passed away shortly thereafter, mentioned knitting 200 hats for veterans, homeless, and adults and children in need.  We will be honoring her by setting personal goals to meet this challenge.  The “Barb’s Wish” Project currently has 30 completed hats!  If you are a knitter and would like to join our project, contact Carla Urban at 910-575-2339.  She has several hat patterns and tips to share.  Our group is very small and we would love to have you join us.

 

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 April 11, 2016.

 

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

                                                                                   

 

Book Discussion Group – Susie Riggs

 

MCj04399110000[1]The book discussion group meets 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 this month’s meeting held on March 18, we had a lively discussion of two notable books, the Pulitzer Prize winning All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr and the highly publicized The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins.  Reviews of All the Light We Cannot See were mixed, with some members praising it highly while others felt that the story was slow and somewhat tedious.  We were more in agreement in our opinions about The Girl on the Train, reaching the consensus that it was a dreary story with unlikeable characters. 

At our next meeting on April 15, we will read Jack of Spades: A Tale of Suspense by Joyce Carol Oates OR Lovely, Dark, Deep:  Stories by Joyce Carol Oates.  In months when we have two reading selections, you may read just one or both of the books.

Books that we will be reading in upcoming months are:

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

                                                                                   

 

New Friends – Margie Pettersen

 

Joe Martere from the Carolina Shores Architectural Control Committee (ACC) was the featured speaker at the New Friends meeting on March 8, 2016.  The Architectural Control Committee reviews the plans for all houses, decks and patios and other structures to be constructed on the property to assure that the style, size, etc. is in keeping with the overall plan of the development.  It also approves applications for tree removal.  He discussed the role and importance of the ACC and answered a variety of questions. Here are a few facts we learned in answer to questions posed:

·         Fire pits are acceptable as long as they are twenty-five (25) feet from any structure and are not used to burn brush or debris.

·         Fences can be built at the rear of your property if it is at the end of the town’s border or bordering on the golf course.

·         Swales between two properties are to be maintained by the property owners adjacent to them.

·         A request for the replacement of windows needs to be made to ACC. This deals with all aspects of the exterior of your house and is mostly concerned about aesthetics consistent to the community.  You also need to get a permit from the town.

·         There is a rule against solicitation (with some first amendment exceptions).  If people come onto your property seeking work, gather their contact information and contact the ACC.

·         All signs need a permit.  Political signs are only allowed forty-five (45) days before an election and must be removed seven (7) days after the election. Signs for yard sales, advertising for a community event, real estate signs, and contractor work signs are examples of signs that require advance permission.

·         Air conditioning units that are visible from the roadways need to be covered with a privacy panel or shrubbery.

·         If there is an undeveloped lot in your neighborhood that has become an eyesore, you can request that the property owner clean it.

 

It was a wonderfully informative meeting!  Many thanks to Joe Martere for doing this for all of us.

 

At our next meeting the Fun Fatale Trio will be performing.  New Friends meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month at 10:30 a.m. at the POA clubhouse unless otherwise announced.  Our next meeting will be April 12, 2016.  Barbara Jones will be the leader.  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 and going out to lunch afterwards.  Please remember to bring a non-perishable food item for the SBIC pantry. 

                                                                                   

 

New Horizons Singles – Helen Morrison

 

MCj04398570000[1]Come and enjoy our finger foods and fellowship at our next meeting on April 12, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse.  Our program will be the “Fun Fatale Trio” featuring Laura Cauble on guitar, Sandra Lefenfeld on fiddle and Bruce Lefenfeld on bass.  With its unique blending of vocal harmonies, guitar, fiddle and upright bass, the Fun Fatale Trio defies genre as it entertains audiences with its own interpretations of new and old songs with roots in a variety of traditions.  Whether it's a sweet tune from the '40s, a fresh take on a bluegrass standard, a contemporary folk song or a rousing Celtic instrumental, the trio's repertoire reflects choices intended to put a smile on the faces of those who are listening. 

                                                                                   

 

Renegade News – Geri McTighe

 

MCj02856980000[1]Chairpersons for weekly play in April are Violet Collins and Julie Farrell.  Please refer to the Weekly Results emails or check the signup sheet for tee times.

 

The Renegades celebrated the "Wearin' o' the Green" at their annual St. Patrick's Tournament on March 10, 2016. Seventeen Renegades and thirteen guests participated in the golf tournament at Azalea Sands on a stellar, spring-like day. The following teams were winners in the Texas scramble:  1st - Greg Giles, Steve Coulman, Martha Hannon and Nancy Sneska with a score of 121; 2nd - Bob Bosman, Teddy Altreuter, Don Rose and Ruth Peagler 127; 3rd - George Bridges, Larry O'Dell, Pat Soule and Sue Greiner 130; 4th (tie) - Kerry Jarrell, Bill Harniman, Deb Courtemanche and Dee Gillin 132; 4th (tie) - Paul Jordan, Dawn Giles, Kathy Harniman and a Blind 132; and 6th - Gene Falls, Sharon Clark, Jane Jordan and a Blind 133.  Festivities continued at Flynn's Irish Pub.

 

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

                                                                                   

 

Tennis News – Bob Anthony

 

MCj00906290000[1]Well Spring is here and we're knee deep in pollen.  Come on out and join your friends and neighbors for open tennis every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:00 a.m.  Everyone showing up will get to play.

 

                                                                                   

 

 

Men's Golf Association Activities – Kerry Jarrell

 

March weather was most cooperative for golf and the Carolina Shores Men's Golf Association took full advantage of the opportunities.  As course conditions improved, the number of golfers participating increased each week.  The Association's regular play day is Friday of each week. Association members also host group play on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday of each week. These groups are also open to local golfers at all skill levels.  Contact the Golf Course office for more information about these groups.

 

In the upcoming months the Association will host the following tournaments for members:

 

April 8 -                       Two-Man Scramble Tournament

May 13 -                      4-Club Tournament

June 17 -                      Flag Day Tournament

July 15 and 22 - President's Cup

 

The Association invites golfers of all skill levels to consider the benefits of joining our group.  Membership in the CSMGA is open to residents of the Town of Carolina Shores over 18 years of age and to any member of the Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club.  Contact Kerry Jarrell at 575-2103 for information.  The Carolina Shores Golf and Country Club is still providing very affordable membership programs for avid golfers as well as occasional golfers.  Contact the Course to see which level of participation works best for you.

                                                                                   

 

New Neighbors – Flo Pflaster and Eva Jensen

 

Name:  Smith, Michael

Address:  8 Bayberry Circle

Cell:  910-617-9394

Email:  msmithnygiants@yahoo.com

 

Michael moved here from Shallotte, NC.  He works for Duke Energy.  He has five children two girls and three boys.  Michael stated that his “hobby” is raising his sons.  His dog, Dino, a beautiful boxer, also lives with him.  Michael chose Carolina Shores as he lived in the area during the 80’s.

 

Name:  Koob, Stephen and Carol

Address:  22 Carolina Shores Parkway

Cell:  678-614-0442 (Stephen)

Email:  steph427@hotmail.com

 

Stephen and Carol are from Lawrenceville, GA.  Carol worked in the secretarial field.  Stephen is Assistant Director of Operations CDCP.  The couple enjoy camping in their RV.  Stephen also likes fishing and boating.  Carol enjoys boating, sewing and quilting.  They share their home with a Persian cat named Leo.  The couple has two children and four grandchildren.  They are originally from North Carolina and wanted to get back to the beach, but not too close to the beach.

 


Name:  Ray and Catherine Gould

Address:  6 Swamp Fox Dr.

Phone:  575-3010

Email:  catherine77@gmail.com; rgould135@gmail.com

 

Ray and Catherine are originally from Latham, NY, but have lived on Oak Island for six years.  They had been looking for their perfect house in Carolina Shores for a while, finally found it and just moved in the first week of March.  Their Pug, Spike, lives with them.  Catherine was an executive secretary and Ray was a computer operator.  They have been retired for a few years and just love to relax and enjoy the area and its sites and restaurants.

 

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 Team – Flo Pflaster

 

http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/customer-care-team-d-isolated-43443409.jpgThe Carolina Shores Care Team is a group that residents with a temporary need for some help can contact. 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 now have 17 volunteers on the team-thanks to those of you who joined recently. Just to make it clear, Flo Pflaster and Carla Wagner coordinate communication with the Team through the Nextdoorcarolinashores.com website. So if you are a volunteer, that is the way you will get a request to help a resident in need.

 

However, if you are someone who wants help, you just have to contact Flo Pflaster at 575-6243 or dfp324@atmc.net or Debbie Gonzalez at 575-6624.  Debbie will be taking all calls for help from April 9 to May 6, 2016.  We will do the best we can to find someone to help you out.

                                                                                   

 

 

 

 

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In Memoriam

Frank Whelan

 


Sales and Services

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?   LIBERTY BELLE THRIFT supports VETERANS!  Accepting furniture, household, decor, clothing, COSTUME JEWELRY, bric-a-brac. Managed by C.S. neighbors.  10136  Beach Dr.  in old EMS shop next to min. golf.  10-5 Mon.-Sat.910-622-2122. 10% Veterans discount.

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. 

Itransparent-1pxnterior Design Services Professional and affordable.  No job too small or too large.  Call Carol St. Hilaire at 336-266-2303

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

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 – We sell Laptops, Apple Mac Books, Desktops and more.  Need an Upgrade or Repair?  Call Patty 910-575-7850  You can still drop off your old computer electronics with us @ 286 B Koolabrew Dr, Calabash, NC..  Open Mon–Thurs  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.

http://www.apurrfectway.com/images/Purrfect-Way-NoTypetrial.gif Honest and Reliable:  Do you need someone to pet sit, take care of your plants, run errands, and/or house sit?  North Myrtle Beach to Shallotte.  Call Whitney at 910-363-7588.

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

Elliana Agnello-Fetsko, Realtor, Century 21 Coastal Lifestyles and Kemp Nash, Broker, are the team who can assist you with all of your real estate needs for North and South Carolina.  Contact Elliana at 575-7557 or Kemp at (843) 272-6754

Spa2U- Mobile Spa services,  I bring the spa to you... Tammy Hunter- License Nail Tech. and Aesthetician. Manicures, Pedicures, Gel Nails, Facials, Body Treatments and Hair Removal.    910-880-5092. Call for appointment or text, Gift Certificates Available

MDH Home Improvements -Dwayne Hunter 910-269- 6172 All home repairs, decks, vinyl siding, flooring, painting. No Job too Small - Reasonable Rates

Pet Sitting /Dog Walking Loving Care for Your Pets in their own home. Extended visits available. Peggy Adduce 910- 200-6327

Painting clip artRoger’s Painting No Job Too Small!  Inside – Outside – No spraying.  Paid only when job is complete and you are satisfied.  Call Roger at 516-768-7209.

 

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April 2016

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

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3

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4

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

5

 

 

6

 

9:15 Bible Study

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

7

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

8

 

9:30 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

9

 

 

 

10

Sunday Scramble

 

11

10:00 Needlework

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

12

 

10:30 New Friends

 

 5:00 New Horizons

13

 

9:30 Board Mtg.

 

1:00 Garden Club

14

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

15

10:00 Book Discussion Group

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

16

 

Garden Club

Yard Sales

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1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row 6:30 Ladies Poker

19

 

 

20

 

9:15 Bible Study

 

1:00 Ladies Cards

21

 

9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

22

 

9:30 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

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1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg 6:30 Kings Row 6:30 Ladies Poker

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27

 

9:15 Bible Study

10:45 Mexican Train

1:00 Ladies Cards

 

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9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker

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1:00 Ladies Cards

 

6:30 Men’s Poker

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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 2016 the recycle center will close on the following days: January 1, 18, May 30, July 4, September 5, November 24 and 25, December 26.

 

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 April 13, 2016 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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