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


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:




Message from the Board – Al Franklin, President


The pool is open and there is still work to be done on the grounds around the pool.  This work will be done towards the end of May 2016.  I also want to thank the pool staff who worked some long days to make sure the pool would be ready. The POA would also like to ask you to cooperate with the pool staff while you are at the pool.


Once again with the warm weather our residents are on our roads.  They are either walking, riding bikes, walking their dogs, etc.  Remember if you are out on the roads walking at night, please wear something that can be seen in the headlights.  We do not want any accidents.


I have noticed here of late that people are blaming the POA for things that we have nothing to do with.  An example is just this week on the Nextdoor neighbor website, someone said that the POA changed something with the recycle procedure.  The POA has no control over the recycle center.  The POA would appreciate you finding out if the POA has control of something before any statements are made.


Please remember that if you call the POA office to report a violation, you must leave your name, and if you don’t, no action will be taken.  No one but the office staff will see your name.


I have noticed that some of the street sign posts in the community have strings, ribbons and etc. around them.  It does not look good.  It is from individuals tying balloons and signs on them.  Please remove the strings and ribbons when finished.

Thank you.







June 8, 2016, 9:30 a.m. – MONTHLY BOARD MEETING






How to Submit Articles to the Bulletin

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

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



ACC Corner – Joe Martere, ACC Chairperson, and Peter Kirkby, POA Board Liaison


The ACC reminds you to contact us before doing any work on the exterior of your home.  If you are doing any outside work to you home such as roof, painting, window replacement. etc. ONLY the homeowner can apply and receive the permit, not the contractor. 


ALL political sign permits must come from the ACC office also.  There are restrictions on the length of time political signs can be displayed.  “The CSPOA will allow political signs to be displayed no earlier than forty-five (45) days before the day of an election and no later than seven (7) days after an election day.”  If you have any questions, you can speak to someone from the ACC Tuesday through Thursday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.


Remember that if you list your home for sale, ONLY the homeowner can apply and receive the "For Sale" sign permit from the ACC.


Please be considerate of your neighbors and follow the rule for animals.  Section 6, subsection 4 of the Declaration of Restrictions states:  “No animals or livestock of any description, except the usual household pets, shall be kept on any Lot.  Any droppings or other damage upon any Lot, caused by said household pets, are the animal owner’s responsibility for cleanup or repair.  Dogs are to be kept on a leash when off the owner’s property.”



Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club


Following is a letter from Philippe Bureau, Golf Director of the Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club.  Please REMEMBER that the golf course is a separate entity from the Carolina Shores community.  As residents, we do not own any part of the golf course.  Please be respectful of other people’s property.


Dear Homeowners:


Due to the increase in recent incidents of trespassers on the golf course, the club is reasserting it’s No Trespass policy. The policy states that no one is allowed on Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club, its surrounding areas or bathrooms unless you are a guest of the golf course and have checked in at the golf course. That includes practicing on the course after hours.


Dog waste bags have been found in every wastebasket on the golf course, including the bathrooms. Please dump your waste bags in your own garbage cans. The golf course is a business, not a park or activity center.


We have tried to be lenient in the past, but due to the encounters we have had with homeowners not understanding the concept of private property, we must enforce this policy to its fullest. The golf course will handle trespass problems with the Brunswick County Police Department in the future.


Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.


Philippe Bureau

Area Golf Director

Lune De La Maison/Carolina Shores Golf & Country Club




Calabash Memorial Day Program Gordon Robinson


The Calabash 2016 Memorial Day Program, co-sponsored by the Calabash Fire Department and the Calabash American Legion Post 503, will be at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, May 30, 2016. The Program will be held in the Calabash Town Park on Persimmon Road next to the Calabash Town Hall. The towns of Calabash and Carolina Shores are active supporters and participants as well as most local service organizations including the Calabash Lions, Calabash Elks, South Brunswick Islands Rotary, Marine Corp League and the Brunswick County EMS who will also be providing Ambulance/ medical support.


Featured speaker at the program will be retired Brigadier General Dan Hickman who commanded the 30th Brigade Combat Team of the North Carolina Army National Guard during its 2004 – 2005 tour in Iraq. Fire Chief Randy Bork and Legion Commander Craig Sweetman are both encouraging all members of surrounding communities to attend and honor all American veterans especially those who died in service to their country. A West Brunswick High School Army Jr. ROTC detachment will be present to raise and honor the Flag. The program will include a special recognition of all WWII and Korean war vets who attend. The program will conclude with a Wreath Laying Ceremony at the flag pole followed by a rifle salute and the playing of Taps. All veterans of all services of all eras are encouraged to gather at the flag pole for the dedication of the wreath. Following the services, there will be free hot dogs and drinks for all participants and attendees. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.


After the program, beginning at 12:00 noon, there will be an Open House at the Calabash American Legion Post 503 at 10277 Beach Drive for all veterans from all services from all eras.



The Coastal Harmonizers Chuck Karnolt


The Coastal Harmonizers (Barbershop/Acapella singing) are holding an open house at the Shallotte Senior Center on route 17 on May 26, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. We are looking for male singers that might have an interest in listening to or participating in this chorus.  We meet every Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the new Shallotte Senior Center.


Please contact Chuck Karnolt at 860-539-0747 for information and I will be happy to provide transportation.


Keep the whole world singing!



News SplashKathy Whelan


Water Aerobics” will start on Monday June 6, 2015 (weather permitting) and continue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m. throughout the summer.  Bring your weights, sun lotion and a onetime fee of $5.00.  Come on down to the pool and join the fun with Kathy Whalen and friends.  It’s time to shape up by starting your mornings off with stretching, moving and grooving to the oldies.




Teenage Tennis Players – Dot Wetzold year old Jr. High Tennis Team member is spending the summer with her grandmother and is looking for other teenagers to play tennis with.  If interested, please call Dot Wetzold at 910-575-6051.




Needlework News – Flo Pflaster


MCj03012760000[1]The Needlework group met at the POA clubhouse on Monday, May 9, 2016.  This group meets in the POA clubhouse on the second Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. to knit or crochet.  We have no dues or officers and you will find us around the board room table chatting and working.

We continue to knit hats for the "Barb's Wish" project.  This is in memory of Barbara Roth who had started this project before she passed away in January.  The hats will go to veterans and others in need.  We now have over 80 hats completed of the 200 total we are aiming for.  If you are a knitter and would like to join this project, contact Carla Urban at 910-575-2339.  She has a very simple-to-follow pattern and tips to share.  Our group is very small and we would really like to have you join us.  We also work on our own personal projects.


Please consider donating yarn so that we may continue to support our charitable efforts.  Any yarn weight or color is appreciated.  Thanks to so many who have already given yarn to our group!


If you are new to the community and like to work with your hands, this group is 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 June 13, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at the POA clubhouse in the boardroom.



Book Discussion Group – Susie Riggs


MCj04399110000[1]At this month’s meeting, held on May 20, we discussed The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency by Alexander McCall Smith and In Plain Sight by Fern Michaels.  Everyone who read The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency liked it very much.  It is the first book in a delightful series of sixteen novels starring Precious Ramotswe, the “first female private investigator in Botswana”.  Several of our club members now plan to read other books in the series.  Reviews of In Plain Sight by Fern Michaels were less enthusiastic, as it is the 25th book of the Sisterhood series and most of the members were not familiar with the characters or the previous story-line.  However, several in the group admired the idea of the underground network run by one of the characters, former Supreme Court Justice Pearl Barnes, to help women escape abusive relationships.


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, we would love to have you join us.  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.  In months when we have two reading selections, you may read just one or both of the books.


At our next meeting on June 17 we will read Women of Courage by Margaret Truman OR any biography or autobiography of choice.


Books that we will be reading in upcoming months are:

JulyJust Mercy:  A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson OR Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee.

August -  Inside the O’Briens by Lisa Genova

Also, in August we will choose our reading selections for next year.  Each member will submit one title for the list.



New Friends – Flo Pflaster


A large group got together on May 10, 2016 for a special event.  Thanks to Sharon Donahue, the Fun Fatale Trio played instruments and sang a wonderful selection of songs.  They are truly talented, and if you missed them, hopefully you can hear them at another time.  A number of us went to Pizzelli’s afterward for a delicious lunch.


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We will not be meeting during the summer months.  The next meeting of New Friends will be September 13, 2016 led by Mary Pritchard.


New Friends meets monthly (except this year, not in June, July, and August) 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 is no officers or dues, just a friendly group of people who enjoy being with others.




Garden Club News – Jeanne Paff


Description: MCj04374590000[1]Our Garden Club year ended on a high note as we held the Scholarship luncheon and an exhilarating Fashion Show at The Isles restaurant on Ocean Isle on May 11, 2016.  The three West Brunswick seniors, Darcy Evans, Sarah Poulin, and Tyler Stanley, accompanied by their Guidance Counselor, Sue Lennon, gave details on the college of their choice and chosen major.


After lunch Joanne Bendy recognized all the past presidents in attendance and presented each with a long stemmed rose. Ellen Pecina swore in two new officers, Jeanne Paff as President and Jane Boyle as Vice President, whose terms begin June 1.


Our luncheon ended with a fashion show presented by Island Breeze, which featured six of our lovely members as models.  Thanks to Cheryl Brush, Sharon Clark, Donna Ford, Betty Johnston, Jane Jordan, and Linda Rugg for being so professional.


We're already planning for the 2016 – 2017 Garden Club year.  Please consider joining at the bargain rate of $10 in dues!  I hope to see you on September 14 for our first meeting.



New Horizons Singles – Carla Urban


MCj04398570000[1]The New Horizons Singles group met at 4:00 p.m. on May 10, 2016 in the picnic area for their annual end-of-the-year picnic of fried chicken and all of the other goodies that go along with it.  The chicken was very good as well as the fruit, salads and desserts.  The group of fourteen of us used that time to chit chat and catch up on what we had been doing since we last saw each other.  It was a nice relaxing evening with good food and friends.


Next month’s meeting is on June 14 in the POA clubhouse at 5:00 p.m., and will be lead by Nancy Bates.  She is a great story teller and has a very interesting history to tell of her mother's struggle to become one of the countries earliest woman doctors.  I know that her comments will get us thinking about how far we have come and how much farther we need to go. This should lead us to an interesting discussion.


The group is open to all single ladies who are interested in joining other ladies for a night of good food and entertainment. So come on over and join us.  We meet the second Tuesday of each month at 5:00 p.m. in the POA clubhouse.



Tennis News – Bob Anthony


MCj00906290000[1]Open tennis is a year-round activity at Carolina Shores.  For the summer months beginning on Memorial Day, open tennis starts at 8:30 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.  Everyone showing up will get to play.  So dust off your racquets and put on your court/tennis shoes and join your friends and neighbors for some exercise that is fun and healthy. 


REMINDER:  the tennis courts are for tennis only and no other type of racquet sports.



Men's Golf Association Activities – Kerry Jarrell


On May 13, 2016 the Carolina Shores Men's Golf Association held its second tournament of the year. In an individual low-net format, each player could only take four clubs onto the course. Most players took a driver, putter, some kind of wedge, and some number of iron. However, some players elected to leave the putter or driver at home in favor of hybrids or woods. Either way, the twenty participants enjoyed the weather, the game and a delicious lunch of salad and spaghetti at the clubhouse when it was all over. The winner was Joe Broderick with a sizzling net score of 60. Mike Donahue was second with 66, Leo Jarmusz was third with a 67, and tied for fourth at 69 were George Bridges, Pete Larkin and Keith Rogerson.

The next tournament will be on June 10, 2016. The format will be individual low-net, with a slight twist. A signup sheet is posted in the clubhouse. In the next two months the Association will host the following tournaments for members:


June 10             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 members 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.



Renegade News – Geri McTighe


MCj02856980000[1]Chairpersons for weekly play in June are Arlene Leskowicz and Geri McTighe.  Please refer to the Weekly Results emails or check the signup sheet for tee times.


Ladybirds Tournaments

The Renegades who played in Ladybirds this spring experienced some wonderful golf, beautiful weather and posted some very impressive scores.  The results of the tournaments to date:


Oak Island, March 23:  Flight 2--Sue Keck, 1st Low Gross and Linda Mullins, 2nd Low Gross; Flight 3--Karen Hertling, 2nd Low Net;  Flight 5--Lin Penta, Low Putts; Flight 6--Sharon Clark, 2nd Low Gross; Flight 7--Peggy Lewis, 1st Low Gross, Debbie Creamer, 2nd Low Gross, Debbie O'Dell, 1st Low Net and Deb Courtemanche 2nd Low Net.  Sue Keck scored a Hole-in-One!  On this sunny and very windy day, Sue used her 7 wood on the 117-yard par 3.  Congratulations Sue!


The Lakes, April 20:  Flight 2--Karen Hertling, 2nd Low Gross; Flight 4--Sharon Clark, 1st Low Gross and Donna Watkins, 2nd Low Gross; Flight 5--Deb Courtemanche, 2nd Low Net; Flight 6--Debbie Creamer, 1st Low Gross. 


Brierwood, May 10:  Flight 4--Donna Watkins, Low Putts; Flight 5--Gina Toussaint, 2nd Low Gross; Flight 6--Debbie Creamer, 1st Low Net; Flight 7, Ruth Peagler, Low Putts.


Congratulations to all!


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 golf league, contact Kathy Harniman at 575-1120 or Phillip Bureau at the golf course for more details.  New members are always welcome.



New Neighbors – Flo Pflaster and Eva Jensen


Name:  Debra and Lacy Criscoe

Address:  19 Sand Dollar Drive


Debra and Lacy moved here early in May from Ohio.  They knew of Carolina Shores from family who live in the area.  He is originally from Ashboro, NC and Debra is from Ohio.  Lacy is retired from the Army and she worked for a law firm. There are many family members in Ohio, and they are hoping some will move south near their new home. You may find Lacy running in the neighborhood, which is his favorite hobby!


Name:  Sheila and Jim Harper

Address:  43 Gate 1

Sheila     Cell:  704 425 9673   Email:

Jim        Cell:  980 621 2373   Email:


Sheila and Jim are from Concord, NC.  She works in the Cabaruss County School System and Jim is with UPS.  Jim enjoys fishing and Sheila loves going to the beach.  They have two children Matt and Victoria.  The couple also have a mixed breed rescue dog named Ringer.  They chose Carolina Shores as it is not at the beach, but not too far away.


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



Care Team – Flo Pflaster Carolina Shores Care Team is a group that residents, with a temporary need for some short term 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 have seventeen (17) volunteers on the team thanks to those of you who joined recently.  Just to make it clear, Flo Pflaster coordinates communication with the Team through the website.  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  I will do my best to find someone to help you out.






In Memoriam

Joseph Franklin

John Marecki



Thank you to all our friends and neighbors for the calls and cards wishing Ed a speedy recovery.

Grayce Farley



Dear Carolina Shores Neighbors and Friends,

After 25 years of being a part of this community, I want to let you know I have moved to California to be with my daughter.  With special thanks to all my Bayberry Circle neighbors, mahjong group players, Horizons and the water aerobics water "babes", it was a pleasure to know you and participate in activities with you.  I would love to hear from you.  My contact information is 910-579-1206 , email is, 150 Kellie Lane, Auburn, California 95603.

Love Hildegard Danz

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. - 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.

Landscape Transformation We make your yard beautiful. Call James & Terri at 910-515-9691.  We take pride in what we do.  James is also a handyman who can fix most anything.  Powerwashing.  Free estimates. 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

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. out?   LIBERTY BELLE THRIFT- Accepting furniture, household, decor, clothing, costume jewelry, bric-a-brac. Managed by C.S. neighbors.  10136 Beach Dr.  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, AppleMac Books,Desktops and more.  Need an Upgrade orRepair?  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.

Plants and Custom Greeting Cards, art and/or verse for thatspecial 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. 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 @ or contact Darlene for a private product showing at 910-713-5558. 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 canassist 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.

Sullivan Home Inspection Team (Mike & Judy) are residents of CS.  If you are selling, buying or just curious what condition your home is in, we would like to help you. Cell 608-770-0603 or 608-712-0010.





June 2016











9:15 Bible Study

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker







1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker


 5:00 New Horizons


9:30 Board Mtg.

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


9:30 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker




Sunday Scramble


10:00 Needlework

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Mah Jongg

6:30 Kings Row 6:30 Ladies Poker





9:15 Bible Study

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


10:00 Book Discussion Group

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker





1:00 Ladies Bridge

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




9:15 Bible Study

10:45 Mexican Train

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta



9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


9:30 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker






1:00 Ladies Bridge

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



9:15 Bible Study

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


9:30 Mah Jongg 

7:00 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker




Regularly Scheduled Events

POA Clubhouse

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


Tennis Court/Pool

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

Water Aerobics   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.






The following meetings are held at the POA clubhouse:

The CSPOA Board of Directors will meet June 8, 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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