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


Al Franklin – President, John Csernecky – Acting Vice President, Kerry Jarrell – Treasurer,

Diana Mardall – Secretary, Jack Bendy – Director, John Csernecky – Director, Sue Hensler – Director,

Charles Karnolt - Director


Merrilee Burns – Co-Editor      Chris Arrotti – Co-Editor

CSPOA website:



Message from the Board – Al Franklin, President


In the last several weeks, the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) and the Board have been getting inquiries about violations of the Declaration of Restrictions (DOR) and why some violations remain throughout the community.


The main reason is that the ACC may not be aware that the violations exist.  If no one reports these violations to the POA or the ACC, no action can be taken.  The ACC does not have anyone patrolling the community looking for violations.


Also, some members are saying they have reported violations and that no action has been taken to correct them.  The ACC must follow a procedure recorded in the North Carolina state law registry. When a complaint is received, it is given to the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) and they go out and inspect the property.  If a violation exists, a letter is sent to the property owner notifying them of the violation giving the owner fifteen (15) days to correct the violation.  After fifteen days, the ACC will do another inspection to see if the problem has been corrected.  If it is not corrected, the owner is sent another letter indicating the issue has been moved to the Board for a resolution.  The Board also sends a letter to the owner.  In those letters, the owner is asked by the ACC and the Board to attend the hearing.  During that meeting, the Board will decide if a fine will be issued and/or give the property owner seven (7) days to correct the violation.  After the seven days, the ACC will inspect the property one more time.  Typically, the violation has been corrected by this point in the process.  If it is not corrected, then it will come before the Board again.  The Board will issue a daily fine which can reach several thousand dollars. The final step is to place a lien on the property.  This procedure is the state law that we must follow.  Also keep in mind, many of our residents are not permanent and it takes time to communicate using the United States Postal Service.  Today, we have all become accustomed to a quick response, but that is not always an option for ACC related concerns.  All communications referencing violations are written and mailed to establish a formal timeline of the problem.  There are also instances where the resolution to a violation takes an extended period due to estate related issues or an inability to locate the owners by mail.  Also, worth mentioning it that the nature of the violation sometimes requires the involvement of the Carolina Town Code Enforcement officer.  The Board of Directors and the ACC are looking in to ways to shorten the suspense date in the violation letters, which may help us to reach a quicker resolution.  I would like to thank those members that have mentioned this matter to the ACC, the POA office, and/or Board members.


The Quarterly Board Meeting is scheduled for November 13th at 7:00 p.m.  The budget will be one of the topics discussed at this meeting.


I would like to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving!  If you are travelling during the holiday, please be safe!


Town of Carolina Shores

Services Specific to the Carolina Shores Subdivision


The residents of the Carolina Shores Subdivision originally made up the Town’s population and consisted of an 18-hole golf course, clubhouse, and amenity center. The residential area adjoining the golf course consists of single family homes, patio homes, gate homes, and villas. The Acreage Estates section consists of one-acre single family lots.


Services which are provided by the Town

Building Inspections

Planning & Zoning

Street Lighting


Solid Waste Convenience Site (Garbage, Recycle and Yard Waste) This neighborhood, at the request of residents, is not provided with curbside garbage pick-up.

Animal Control (via contract with the County)

Roadway Maintenance (interior roadways only; US 17, NC 179, Persimmon Rd, and Country Club Rd are State roadways)

Drainage Canal Maintenance

Services which are provided by the County:


Sanitary Sewer

Law Enforcement (Brunswick County Sheriff's Office)

Fire Protection (Calabash Volunteer Fire Department)

Services are obtained privately:

Curbside Recycle Pick-up (individual property owners may contract with Waste Industries for a recycle container)

Cable Television






Architectural Control Committee – Joe Martere, ACC Chairman


Leave the Leaves

Sometimes we do a whole lotta work because we’ve always done it that way. And then we find out we can do a whole lot better by doing a whole lotta less work. This is going to be one of those times, and don’t worry about thanking me, cause I saved myself the work too.
We’ve been raking and blowing leaves for as long as I can remember, trying to get those pesky fallen objects off my grass and out from underneath my trees. Well guess what. Leaves are nature’s perfect plant food. All that work we were doing was just starving the plants of nutrition!
Turns out a better way to manage leaves is to do nothing at all. Unless you’re working for my grandma, who wanted to see the grass all winter. In that case, you can just mow the leaves right into the grass, or blow them into the mulch beds and mow them there too.

These pictures show why it is not good to top a tree. Topping promotes irregular growth, accelerates disease, and supplies a receptacle at the topped portion for rain water to collect which ultimately causes rotting.









November 8, 2017, at 9:30 a.m. – MONTHLY BOARD MEETING

November 13, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. – QUARTERLY 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.



Carolina Shores POA Office – Emergency Contact Information


Emergency Crisis Catastrophe Disaster Warning Signs 3DIn the past, files were created for residents that wanted contact information maintained by our office staff in the event of an emergency.  If you would like to submit a contact name and phone number for your file, please send it by email or mail, and not by telephone or voicemail, so that we do not suffer any discrepancies in the event of an actual emergency.  





Walking Group – Eileen Nawara


New Zealand Road Sign - Walkers Ahead Stock IllustrationThe walking group is returning.  We meet at 8:30 a.m. at the tennis courts.  We walk for 50 minutes and you can walk at your own pace.  If you are interested, you can e-mail me at or call 910.579.9425.  We look forward to walking with you.



Renegade News – Julie Farrell


Golfer WomanThe Renegades league play is on Thursday morning at Carolina Shores Golf Course.  If you have just moved to the area or if you lived here for years and would like to play in an 18-hole league, contact Debbie Creamer at 575-8163.  New Members are always welcome.  


A sign-up sheet is on the bulletin board in the golf club house for weekly play.  




Carolina Shores Men’s Golf Association – Kerry Jarrell October 5th and 13th, the Carolina Shores Men's Golf Association held its annual Ryder Cup

competition with the men from the Valley Golf Club.  On October 5th, the team of 24 CSMGA golfers played a match play format against the Valley men at their course in Little River.  At the end of the day our team trailed by a score of 12 ½ points to 11 ½.  However, on October 13th, our guys took on the Valley team in a four-ball format at Carolina Shores.  Our team played exceptionally well that day and outscored our opponents 8 ½ to 3 ½ to win the tournament by a combined score of 20 to 16.  The Valley team captain Don Gerber presented the team trophy to the CSMGA team captain Mike Donahue.  The teams enjoyed lunch at the Carolina Shores clubhouse after the event.  The teams agreed to continue the tradition next October. Congratulations, guys.


The final tournament for 2017 will be the annual Turkey Shoot on November 10th. This is always a lot of fun. All golfers finishing in the top half of the players that day will win a gift card for a Thanksgiving turkey. The Carolina Shores Golf Club will serve lunch following the event. The Association hosts regular league play every Friday. A signup sheet is posted at the golf clubhouse.  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, 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.



Carolina Shores Scramble Group – Diana Mardall


ATTENTION ALL GOLFERS:  We are looking for new members to join our group.   Male, female, couples, and singles are all welcome to join us.  We play the second Sunday of each month and we take turns hosting the event.  In November, Kay Craig is the hostess and we are playing at Crow Creek.  The greens were just completed and the course should be in great shape.  The cost is $35 per person.  The first tee time is 8:21 a.m. and we currently have 3 tee times.  You may contact Diana Mardall, Bill & Elaine Southard if you have any questions.  You can also send an email to Kay Craig at  The sign-up sheet is located in the POA clubhouse on the bulletin board, located behind the door to the library.





Tennis News – Bob Anthony

The weather has really been great for outdoor activities, including tennis.  Come join your friends and neighbors for open tennis at 9:00 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at our tennis courts.  Open tennis is available to all POA members in good standing and their guests.  Hope to see you out there.




Free Health & Wellness Event – Jen Castronova


Health symbol rainbow Stock PhotoCarolina Shores Residents, come out and join us for a FREE Health & Wellness Event on Tuesday November 14, 2017 from 10am - 12pm at the Carolina Shores POA building. This event will be hosted by Jenn Castronova & Karen Hardee and sponsored by ItWorks Global. We are excited to share our passion with you, to help you uncover the health you were always meant to have and feel the best you’ve ever felt!

Come learn how to transform, nourish and heal your body from the inside out!  In addition to learning all about how you can live your best life, keeping you fit, fueled and focused…there will be a wide variety of Organic, Non-GMO, Plant Based goodies to sample as well! Contact Jenn for more info (910) 880-2656.



Thanksgiving Sharing Table – Sue Hensler the POA office at 579-2044 to make your dinner reservations by November 21st.  Dinner will be served at 3:00 p.m.  When you make your reservation, please let us know which of the following food choices you would like to provide for the sharing table:


Green beans/green bean casserole---Sweet potatoes/sweet potato casserole---Salad---Cranberries/Cranberry relish---Pumpkin pie---Mashed potatoes---Rolls---Cornbread/Stuffing---Cooked carrots---Broccoli/Broccoli casserole---Deviled eggs




Holiday Party – Recreation Committee


Christmas Card Stock PhotoStart the winter festive season by joining your friends and neighbors at the annual Holiday Party which will be held at the Brunswick Islands South Center, 9400 Ocean Highway W in Calabash, off Route 17.  The date is Sunday, December 3rd.  Doors will open at 4:00 p.m. and a buffet dinner, catered by ART Catering of Shallotte, will be served at 5:00 p.m.   Music, as last year, will be supplied by Steve and Alice until 8:00 p.m.


Each attendee will need a ticket--cost is $10.00--and will be available starting Wednesday, November 1st, at the POA office.  Guest tickets will also cost $10.00 and will be limited to one per household with at least one resident attending.  A ticket will entitle each person to 3 drink tickets to be used for wine or beer, which is included.  Alcohol will not be available for purchase and cannot be brought into the venue as per Brunswick and catering contracts.  Sweet or unsweetened iced tea, water and coffee will also be available.


Space is limited so get your tickets early.  The cut-off date to pick up tickets will be Monday, November 20th when we must give the count to the caterers.


We look forward to seeing many of our neighbors and sharing the fun, friendship and good feelings of the holiday season.




South Brunswick Interchurch Council – Mary Pritchard


Thanksgiving turkey Royalty Free Stock ImagesThe South Brunswick Interchurch Council of 17 area churches is hoping to provide a Christmas Turkey Dinner for 145 families in need in the south Brunswick area.  Your donation of $20 will provide a family of 4 – 5 people a box that includes:  12-14 pound frozen turkey, a large can of yams, two cans of green beans, two cans of corn, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, stuffing and pumpkin pie.


Please contact Mary Pritchard at 579-4684 or stop by the POA office Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and noon to make your donation.



Brew & Stew Dance Party - Brunswick County Literacy Council


Irish Stew Royalty Free Stock PhotosMike Monetti & The Band of Gold will be playing oldies, beach music and good old Rock ‘N Roll at the Brew & Stew Party.  The party will be held on Saturday, November 4th at 6:00 p.m. at the Silver Coast Winery.  The winery is located at 6680 Barbeque Road NW in Ocean Isle. 


Art Catering will provide dinner.  The menu includes:  Purple Onion’s Award-Winning Brunswick stew, fresh garden salad, corn bread, assorted homemade pies, tea, lemonade, water, and coffee.  The cash bar will feature beer and wine.  The cost is $25 per person. 


Please go to to make reservations and to pay for your tickets.  Tickets may also be purchased at the BCLC office which is located at 282 Ocean Highway East (Hwy 17), Supply, NC 28462.  The phone number is 910-754-7323.



Holiday Artisans Market – Sunset Beach Park

Paws-Ability is sponsoring the Holiday Artisans Market.  The Market is being held at the Sunset Beach Park.  Food will be available and you can shop for hand crafted gifts for yourself and/or for the holidays!


Saturday – December 2, 2017 – 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.





Garden Club – Joanne Bendy


Hanging Herbs Royalty Free Stock ImagesWe will welcome the famous Meg Shelton, owner of Shelton Herb Farm at our next meeting on November 8th, 1:00 the POA clubhouse.  How to grow and use herbs will be the focus of her presentation.


We will have homemade soups and baked goods!  Our soup will be sold in containers so that you may carry out or enjoy at the tables.  The proceeds support beautification projects and scholarships.

                                    Save the Date – Saturday, November 18th

                                      Soup and Bake Sale Fundraiser

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

                                     CSPOA Clubhouse

Our Holiday Luncheon will be on December 13th.  The location is yet to be determined.  Tickets will be sold at our November meeting.  Guests are invited to join us!



Book Discussion Group – Susie Riggs


Book shelf blank spines, empty binding stand on wood textureThirteen book lovers met in the POA library on Friday, October 20th to discuss this month’s reading selections.  Both books, The Lost City of the Monkey God: A True Story by Douglas Preston and Kitchens of the Great Midwest, by J. Ryan Stradal received positive reviews from those who read them and generated a great deal of thought-provoking conversation.  In The Lost City of the Monkey God, the author chronicled his participation in a daring expedition into the rainforest of Honduras in which he and his fellow explorers unearthed a previously unexplored hidden city.  On a lighter note, Kitchens of the Great Midwest, a delightful story that really can’t be described in one sentence, can possibly be summed up as “Part foodie fantasy, part family drama and all heart.”

Our next meeting will be held on Friday, November 17th at 10:00 a.m.  We will be discussing The Next Step in the Dance: A Novel by Tim Gautreaux.  As always, we welcome new members, so if you love to read, come join us!



Carolina Shores Quilt Guild – Gloria Gustavson


Quilt Stock PhotosWe had a good turnout at our October Meeting.  Enthusiasm is on the rise!  While some worked on their own projects, Lucy taught a class on how to make purses using a Log Cabin Pattern.  We will continue to complete the project at the 4th Friday meeting.


We welcome quilters of ALL levels.  If there are any beginners out there, don’t be shy…come to our gatherings.  We are a very friendly group and would love to see new faces.  We meet on the 2nd and 4th Fridays of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the POA clubhouse.  There will not be a 4th Friday meeting in November due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Our November project:  Christmas Candle Wreaths.


ATTENTION ALL CAROLINA SHORES RESIDENTS:  On November 10th, Bertrand’s Mobile Sharpening will be available from 9:00 a.m. until….in the POA parking lot to sharpen scissors, knives, and garden tools.  All are welcomed to take advantage of his services.  Different fees apply for different tools, but we feel he is reasonable.



Needlework News – Carla Urban


basket with knitting needles and balls of yarnThe meeting for November is going to be on the 13th in the POA clubhouse board room at 10:00 a.m.  We work on charity projects as well as items for ourselves.  It is a nice way to get to meet other needle workers and share information and ideas.  New members are always welcome so come and work on your new fall project with us.  Remember the second Monday of the month at the POA for needle work!


Mah Jongg Lessons – Marjorie Pettersen to Mah Jongg.  If you were ever curious about Mah Jongg, a fun fast-paced tile game that originated in China, please let me know.  I will offer lessons in my home in a nice relaxed environment-no pressure to learn it all at once.  Contact Margie at 860-307-3175 or



New Friends Travel Group – Charlene Hawryluk


The New Friends Travel Committee still has a few seats available for the day trip to Swansboro, November 9th.  If you want to make a reservation or have questions please call or stop in and see Ann at Carolina Travel.  The phone number for Carolina Travel is 910-579-9638.  The cost for this trip is $85 to be paid in full.



New Horizons – Carla Urban


MCj04398570000[1]The next meeting of our singles group will be on November 14th at 5:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse. As always, we are glad to see any familiar faces as well as new members to our community.


Everyone will be bringing in old photos of themselves from way back when.  High school year book photos would be good.  We will try and figure out who is who in the photos.  We will be looking for the person who has changed the most and the one who has changed the least.


Be sure and join us as we will be discussing the High Tea scheduled for the December meeting.



New Neighbors – Flo Pflaster, Eva Jensen and Margie Pettersen


Neighborhood with homes illustrated on white.Names:  Suzanne Rich and Paul Vali

Address:  3 Petrel Court

Phone:  910-575-6789


Suzanne and her husband Paul moved to Carolina Shores from Frederick, Maryland.  She was born and raised in Frederick while Paul is from North Carolina.  They are both retired. Suzanne was a nurse consultant for the FDA and Paul an HR attorney for the Broadcasting Board of Governors.  They have a daughter in Frederick and one in NYC. Suzanne enjoys gardening and they both like to swim and walk. They have been coming to this area for years for their vacations and to visit her dad who lives in our community.  For now, they do not have any pets but once they are settled in they hope to get a cat.    


Name:  Jo Ann Dunn

Address:  13 Gate 10

Phone:  540-556-6009


Like many other northerners, Jo Ann moved South to get away from the snow and cold, but she also has a cousin in the area who introduced her to our lovely community.  She comes to us from Roanoke, Virginia but is originally from Bluefield, VA.  She is retired now, but worked as an RN in several areas, including a psychiatric hospital and a correctional institution.  She is interested in art, especially learning more about watercolors, mixed media, and quilting. She also enjoys swimming, gardening, reading, and attending concerts. 


New Neighbors – Flo Pflaster, Eva Jensen, Margie Pettersen

Name: Debra and Robert Howell

Address: 4 Gate 5


Debbie and Bob are from Ohio. She is a veterinarian's assistant and he is a supervisor for a large company. They have two grown children and an 18-month-old grandson. Bob likes to golf and Debbie enjoys reading. They have been busy with their garden and fixing up their home, hopefully planning for their first Thanksgiving with visiting family to Carolina Shores.


Name: Brenton Fortson and Tina Tranchita

Address: 3 E. Pine Court

Phone: 803-554-8701

Email: Tina:; Brenton:

Brenton and Tina recently relocated here from Little River, SC, where they lived for the last nine years, but Tina is originally from Chicago and Brenton hails from Charlotte, NC.  They love their comfy house and new neighborhood with so many friendly people. Brenton works for A+ Heating and Cooling in NC. Tina loves the beach and spends a lot of time visiting and caring for her mother who lives nearby. Both love the comforts of staying home and enjoy an occasional nice seafood dinner at one of the area restaurants.  They took a chance on an adorable rescue dog (part bulldog and part beagle). “Chance” completes their family and accompanies them on walks in the neighborhood.  


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



AARP Foundation – Barbara Hutton


Volunteers Needed!!  The AARP Foundation sponsors the nation’s largest, free tax counseling and preparation service, Tax Aide.  The service is provided by volunteers who have completed classes in tax return preparation and have passed an IRS exam.   A tax or financial background is not necessary, and volunteers bring a wealth of diverse experiences to their work.

 In the Calabash/Sunset Beach area the Tax Aide site operates at the Hickman Crossroads Library.  For the past two years over 600 returns were completed.  Many clients return year after year based on their satisfaction with the program.  Many Carolina Shores residents use this program.

We are looking for new volunteers to participate in this opportunity.  If you enjoy working within your community and helping others, we invite your consideration.  All training materials are provided and hands-on training will be completed in January.  Tax preparation begins February 1, and you would work one 4-hour session per week for 10 weeks, concluding with the April 15 tax deadline.

 Additional information is available on the AARP website (  You do not need to be an AARP member to participate.

 You may contact Local Coordinator (and Carolina Shores resident), Barbara Hutton, at 910-579-5324 or


If you have any interest at all, please call, ask questions, and consider the possibilities.  Thank you.



Care Team – Flo Pflaster Care Team now has 23 people available to help neighbors in need when a request comes to me.  If you want to be a part of this team, or if you no longer want to be on the list, please let me know.  When a call for help comes to me I reach out to the members on Nextdoor.  I don't get very many calls for help, but people are so very grateful for the assistance they get!  It really doesn't take much to volunteer.  An occasional ride, help with a small chore at home, a temporary need for dog walking, etc. is usually what is needed.


So, neighbors, continue to let me know if you need help and I'll do my best to find someone. You don't have to be on Nextdoor to request help.


Flo Pflaster




Brunswick Transit System (910-253-7800)


The Brunswick Transit System is a community transportation system that provides safe, reliable, and efficient transportation services to all residents of Brunswick County.  Trip destinations include medical appointments, shopping, employment, education, and other transportation needs. 


The Dial-A-Ride service is open to the public.  It is fare based and operates on a space available basis.  Reservations must be made at least 48 hours in advance.  Service is not available on the weekends or major holidays.


To schedule a ride, call 910-253-7800, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  You must have the correct pickup address, destination address, the appointment date, and the time when you call.  To cancel a ride, call at least two hours in advance.  Voicemail is available 24 hours a day.  Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.


In-county trips are $3.00 each way.  New Hanover County trips are $5.00 each way.  Cash and checks (payable to Brunswick Transit) are accepted but the drivers do not carry change.  You must have the correct amount. 


Children under 16 must be accompanies by an adult.  Seat belts MUST be worn at all times.  Profanity, inappropriate language, eating drinking, loud or disruptive behavior, alcohol and tobacco use are prohibited.  Guns and weapons are prohibited.  Age appropriate child safety seats must be provided by the passenger.  Passengers must acknowledge and begin boarding within 5 minutes of its arrival.  Passengers may not change the trip origin or destination without prior approval.  Passengers may not interfere with the safety or privacy of other passengers.  This is a curb to curb transportation service so please be ready 2 hours in advance of your requested pick up time.





Free kindling wood is available.  Please call George at 910-579-1706.






















Thank you – Alice Ortiz and Family


We appreciate all the kindness shown to our family by our friends and neighbors in Carolina Shores.  God Bless You All!

Alice Ortiz and Family



In Memoriam


Sharon Loveless

Jennifer MacBean

Carl L. Smith



Sales and Services



Malea & Tracy’s LuLaRoe Clothing Boutique – Hostess wanted, no experience necessary!  Must love free clothes.  Call for details at 910-338-7369.  Please join our Facebook group Lularoe Malea Payne & Tracy Edwards. - 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.

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.

Richard Lawlor Painting and Home Maintenance

Rich Lawlor (Owner)          910-512-2517

73 Persimmon Road, Carolina Shores 28467

Very Reasonable Rates

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. BELLE THRIFT- Accepting furniture, household, decor, clothing, jewelry. Managed by C.S. neighbors.  10136 Beach Dr.  next to min. golf.  10-5 Mon.-Sat.910-622-2122. 10% Veterans discount.



handyman[1]Need help with refinishing, repairs, etc. of your home’s interior?  Former remodeling contractor with 30 years’ experience.  Free consultation. Very likely I can save you $$$. CS resident. Call Lee at 579-3121 or 910-200-5687. Home Services. Respite care for homebound patients, help with household tasks or pet care, whatever you need. Call Joyce at 575-0825 for more information.

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

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.

Calabash Wholesale ComputersWe sell Laptops, Apple MacBooks, Desktops and more. Need an Upgrade or Repair? Call Patty at 910-575-7850.  Open Monday-Thursday 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

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

Hellebore Flowers In Bloom In Early Spring Stock Photo - 38084720Perennial Plants for sale..  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.

Call 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.

The-Timeless-Designing-Patterns-for-Enhancing-the-User-Interface[1]Websites of any size for your business or service: 15 plus years of experience.  Free estimates. Call Tim at 579-8154 or Washing Carolina Shores resident has done many homes in the Community.  Results guaranteed.  Call for free estimate.  Lee Hancock 579-3121

Free Starlight Dance 6 Stock Photo - 5464510Ballroom Dancing Classes

Singles and Couples Welcome

$20 an Hour

Call Joe 575-6849


Scott Lewis - Call Scott for all your powerwashing needs – Call your local powerwashing professional at 910-515-9691.

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.

CS resident, Mary Zio, has opened Phthalo Blue Art Gallery at 7199 Beach Drive in Ocean Isle Beach.  The gallery features local and national artists, including CS artists.  Hours:  Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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

Rhapsody Electric Wheelchair – 2009 model – good condition - $750 OBO.  Please call 579-5855 for more information.

Electric wheel chairElectric Wheelchair - Jazzy Select 6T Scooter w/charger

$400 - Call 910-685-0395






November 2017













8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Cards

4:00 Villas Mtg.

7:00 Canasta


9:30 Mah Jongg

6:30 Recreation Committee

6:30 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker










8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Maj Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



1:00 Euchre



8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

9:30 Board Mtg.

1:00 Garden Club

7:00 Canasta



9:30 Mah Jongg

6:30 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

10:00 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker







Sunday Scramble




8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

10:00 Needlework

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Maj Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

6:30 Men’s Pinochle



10:00 – 12:00

Health & Wellness Event


5:00 New Horizons


8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

10:30 Mexican Train

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


9:30 Mah Jongg

6:30 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker


8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

10:00 Book Discussion Group

1:00 Ladies Cards

5:00 Happy Hour

6:30 Men’s Poker








8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Maj Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker



1:00 Euchre



8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


8:00 Exercise

3:00 Sharing Table


8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

10:00 Quilting Guild

1:00 Ladies Cards

6:30 Men’s Poker

Last Day for Board Applications






8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Bridge

1:00 Maj Jongg

6:30 Kings Row

6:30 Ladies Poker

6:30 Men’s Pinochle





8:00 Exercise

9:00 Tennis

1:00 Ladies Cards

7:00 Canasta


8:00 Exercise

9:30 Mah Jongg

6:30 Mah Jongg

7:00 Men’s Poker





















































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 2017 the recycle center will close on the following days:  January 2 and 16, April 17, May 29, July 4, September 4, November 23 and 24, December 25 and 26.




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