To Contact Board Members or the POA: 579-2044 or e-mail at CSPOA@carolinashores.net
Board Members: Pete Gulliver – President, Bob Jones – Vice President, Kerry Jarrell –Treasurer,
Al Franklin – Director, Brent Horten – Director, Linda Pennington – Director, Mike Riccitelli – Director,
Merrilee Burns – Co-Editor Linda Rugg – Co-Editor
CSPOA web site: www.carolinashoresPOA.org
Message from the Board – Pete Gulliver, President
Currently the following property owners have been suspended from membership for non-payment of dues and assessments and are NOT PERMITTED TO USE ANY OF THE AMENITIES EITHER AS A MEMBER OR AS A GUEST OF A MEMBER. In order to protect your financial interest in the corporation, liens have been filed against their property with the Brunswick County Clerk's Office:
· Gere & Marge Dale - 46 Calabash Dr.
· FB Development Co. - 64 Carolina Shores Pkwy.
· Ernest D. & Joy Hancock - 4 Cleek Ct.
· Mark & Nora Jannelli - 1 Court 12
· Thomas & Terrie Kirby - 5 Gate 11
· Priscilla Knight - 7 Swamp Fox Dr.
· Deborah Langdon- 89 Carolina Shores Dr.
· Nona LaPointe-Regan- 5 Arden Ct.
· Pat Lovallo & John Sorbella - 20&22 Gate 5
· Kenneth & Kelly Massey - 6 Buoy Ct.
· Richard Peak Jr. - 38 Sunfield Dr.
· Richard Pratt - 14 Northwest Dr.
· Martin Quinlan - 6 Lakeview Ct.
· Brian & Lisa Roberts - 14 Swamp Fox Dr.
· Margaret Rossi - 24 Carolina Shores Parkway
· F. Wade & Lahana Sutton - 14 Cleek Ct.
· Timothy & Catherine Williams - 13 Ct. 9 NW Dr.
· Todd Yando - 29 Gate 6
Last month I told you about our Advisory Committee’s recommendations to establish a Rules and Regulations Committee and to make three changes to our Declaration of Restrictions (DOR). At our September 12 meeting the board agreed to seek our attorney’s guidance concerning the proper way to proceed with these recommendations. The three Advisory Committee recommendations for changes to the DOR are as follows:
1. A change to section six, subsection 9. This concerns the short-term overnight parking of vehicles other than cars and non-commercial trucks. The language in the present DOR bans all overnight parking of all vehicles other than cars and non-commercial trucks. Prior boards have responded to the community’s wants and needs through resolutions that permit limited overnight parking of boats, motor homes, travel trailers, etc. The Advisory Committee is recommending rewriting the existing section six, subsection 9 in order to incorporate these resolutions.
2. A change to section six, subsection 18. This section of our DOR addresses signs and flags and in particular the display of signs. Some provisions of current NC statutes have superseded this subsection. Our attorney has advised us that we may have to make modifications in order to conform.
3. A change to section six, subsection 22. To remove confusion, simplify the permitting process, maintain conformity with other communities and the Town, the proposal is to change the minimum diameter of a tree that requires a POA permit for removal from 6” to 8”. The committee has also recommended that language be included that stipulates that mortal damage to a tree should produce the same level of sanctions as a non-permitted removal of a tree.
Our Declaration of Restrictions (DOR) is available on our website.
An opportunity to volunteer is STILL available. Our neighborhood needs a property owner AND an alternate to represent our community on the Town of Carolina Shores Homeowner Association Advisory Committee to the Board of Commissioners. A viable way to remain aware of current problems and concerns of the community and to be able to contribute to discussions of possible ways to solve those problems would be to attend our monthly POA board meetings at 9:30 a.m. on the second Wednesday of the month. The Town of Carolina Shores Advisory Committee is currently meeting on the last Wednesday of the month at 10:00 a.m. Those who are interested should make their interest known to our POA business office.
On September 9 about 40 residents attended an Ice Cream Social hosted by our Nominating Committee. A plaque was unveiled that lists the names of past Board members. Thank you to Mary Pritchard for the plaque and to Barbara Jones and Flo Pflaster for organizing the social. NOTE: After the club house walls are repainted the plaque will be permanently mounted, but the Nominating Committee needs your help in the search for additional names to add to the plaque. Applications to run for the POA Board of Directors are available at our Business Office and will be accepted until October 31.
Brent Horten has been exploring the possibility of installing an irrigation water line and meter at our pool in order to reduce our utility costs. Water going through these meters does NOT have a sewage charge applied to it. As those of us realize who pore over our water bills realize the cost of the water isn’t the big part of the bill. The big part of the bill is the cost of the sewage, which is computed as a multiplier of the amount of water used. At the pool much of the water we use is water that replaces water that has evaporated and has not been discharged into the sewage system. To make a long story short, because some of the water we use at the pool goes into the sewage system and some doesn’t and there isn’t any way to separate one from the other, we can’t use an irrigation line to fill and replace water in the pool.
Periodically our Business Office receives inquiries about “pet etiquette”. Section 6 subsection 4 of our DOR states “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.” Please keep in mind that in most cases our front yards end well before the edge of the road. In most situations the front swale, our mail boxes, etc. are not on our property, but are located on property included in the Right of Way for a Town of Carolina Shores Roadway. You might want to contact the Town of Carolina Shores at 575-4877 to receive assistance.
THANK YOU TO OUR BULLETIN EDITORS LINDA RUGG and MERRILEE BURNS
OCTOBER 10 – 9:30 a.m. – BOARD MEETING
ALL MEMBERS IN GOOD STANDING ARE WELCOME
THERE ARE PUBLIC COMMENT PERIODS AT EVERY MEETING
NOVEMBER 22 - 4:00 p.m. - Community Thanksgiving Dinner at the POA clubhouse
DECEMBER 1 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. - HOLIDAY PARTY at Sea Trail
Have a suggestion about the Holiday Party? Email it to the POA Business Office.
Anita Warnkin - phone number left out of directory - 910-575-2169.
POA Library – Doris Pearce
Once again the library volunteers wish to thank all of you who have given usable donations during the past year and followed the guidelines in the bulletin for donating reading material to the library. There are, however, many of you who still continue to bring books and other materials to the library that we do not have space for and cannot use. We recently had a box of old magazines, obviously cleaned out of someone’s garage or storage area, left at the front door of the POA clubhouse. This creates extra work for our volunteers who have enough to do keeping the library in the condition you have become accustomed to. Lack of space necessitates the implementation of these guidelines. Please consider your neighborhood volunteers when you select donations for our library. If you follow the guidelines below you will help improve our library and make the volunteer’s job easier.
The following should not be donated to the POA library:
All books with a copy write date 10 years old or older
Text books regardless of age
Magazines three months old (weeklies, 3 weeks old)
Puzzle books, crossword books, etc.
Romance novels with copy write date 5 years old or older
Travel and how to books 5 years old or older
VHS copies (not originals)
Coffee Table Books
And remember to bag puzzle pieces.
Those who don’t want to throw away the above can take them to the Calabash thrift shops or Hickman's Crossroads Library. Thank you for your support and PLEASE, PLEASE consider the above when making donations!
Town Curbside Recycling Questionnaire – Pete Gulliver
Waste Industries is offering curbside recycling service every other week to all residents of Brunswick County. They are offering a discounted rate from the $77.04 to $43.80 a year for customers who sign up through their municipality, with a minimum of 100 customers. Form can be viewed and printed by clicking on the photo The town needs the form back by October 3, 2012.
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Seniors Helping Seniors and Their Caregivers – Mary Pritchard
Sunset River Marketplace – Dariel Bendin
Sunset River will feature authors Troy D. Nooe (“The Ocean Forest” and “Damn Yankee”) and Jane S. Woodard (“Doo-Dah Day!”) at its Coffee With the Authors event on Thursday, October 3, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Nooe is a mystery writer, whose gumshoe hero, Frankie McKellor, is transplanted from up north to the Grand Strand. Woodard’s novel is the story of friendship between a white boy and a black girl during the racial turmoil of Wilmington, N.C. in 1898. Free admission, but reservations are required.
A mixed media show titled Anything Goes will open on October 5 and run through November 3. A reception, which is open to the public, is set for Saturday, October 13, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Exhibiting artists include members of Art Matters, the Thursday afternoon painting group at the gallery. Free admission.
Ann McCray, renowned oil painter of bright “naturescape” abstractions, is clearing out her Wilmington, N.C. studio. From October 22 to November 17, Sunset River will hold a special collectors’ event featuring a large group of selected works at greatly reduced prices. Free admission.
Brunswick Arts Council is holding its Fall Show and Sale at Sunset River Marketplace from October 8 to 13. Mark your calendars for Thursday, October 11, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. for the reception and awards ceremony. Free admission.
Golf for Literacy – Teddy Altreuter
Support the Brunswick County Literacy Council with a day of golf on October 13, 2012 at Carolina National Golf Course. Cost is $80 per player. You can get a registration form at www.bcliteracy.org or call 754-7323 for information.
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Sharpen Knives, Scissors, Tools – Rose Mary Jones
Bertrand’s Mobile Sharpening will be located outside the POA clubhouse on Friday, October 12, from 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. accepting scissors, beautician shears, knives and garden tools for sharpening. Mr. Bertrand’s price depends on the item(s). Mark your calendars so you will not let this convenient sharpening opportunity pass you by.
Book Group Guest Speaker – Lynn Darby
Author C. Hope Clark's first speaking visit of the day: open to the entire POA community on Wednesday, October 24, at 10:30 a.m.
Carolina Shores Book Club will welcome Ms. Clark into our activity room for our own private discussion at the POA clubhouse. Hope has a trailer video for her book, "Lowcountry Bribe", on her website www.chopeclark.com. Be sure to watch it. She also has a web page to help locate places and ways of obtaining funds for writing, and entering writing contests at www.fundsforwriters.com. See about Hope as an author, motivator and nature lover at http://about.me/hopeclark. Cold water and iced tea will be served.
Second speaking visit of the day on October 24 at 2 p.m. Hope will be at the Hickman's Crossroads Library in Calabash, NC (a collaboration with Friends of the Library). Crackers and Ice tea will be served. If you have any questions, contact Lynn at 579-7526. If you wish Ms. Clark's biography, email Artsy931@aol.com and I will send it.
Carolina Master Chorale – Betty Johnston
Carolina Master Chorale and members of The Long Bay Symphony present:
When: Sunday, October 28, at 4:00 p.m.
Where: Myrtle Beach High School Art Center
Cost: $30 For tickets call Betty Johnston at 579-0924 or Arlene Leskowicz at 579-1435.
One performance only, you don't want to miss it!
Carolina Shores Property Owners – Bob Jones
2013 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION
We are asking property owners in good standing to consider serving on the Board of Directors. We all have something to contribute and service on the Board will allow you to put your knowledge, skills, and experience to work making Carolina Shores Community the best place to live.
Nominations are now open and will close on October 31, 2012.
Applications can be picked up at the CSPOA office during regular business hours from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon or from the POA website at www.carolinashorespoa.org.
Term of Office is for two years.
Four Director positions are open.
If you have any questions feel free to call the CSPOA office or a current Board member: Bob Jones at 575-7150 or Linda Pennington at 575-3843. Thank you for considering being a member of your POA Board.
Paws-Ability – Gloria Schroppe
Paws-Ability's 2nd Annual Poker Run on Bicycle will draw 200 bicycle riders to Ocean Isle Beach on October 7, 2012. This event will raise funds to support the needs of local animal rescue groups, animal shelters and animal programs that affect Brunswick County. This fun filled event will allow participants to pre-register at $25.00 per rider at the Ocean Isle Inn on Ocean Isle Beach for a visit to 7 local sites to pick a playing card at each site that will form a poker hand. Riders will return to the Ocean Isle Inn for a party, silent auction, entertainment and dinner. Prizes will be awarded for the best poker hand collected.
To register, mail a check with participant's name, email address and phone number to: Paws-Ability, P. O. Box 6174, Ocean Isle Beach, NC 28469 or visit the Paws-Ability website at www.paws-ability.org to register and pay online using PayPal.
Paws-Ability is a membership based nonprofit organization that raises funds for animal related programs in our community. Donations to Paws-Ability are tax deductible.
Holiday Party – Pat McKay
SAVE THE DATE!
COME ONE, COME ALL and GET YOUR TICKETS!
Yes, please come to the POA office between 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon from October 1 - November 15 to receive your FREE ticket to our Annual POA Holiday Party. You MUST go in person to pick up your ticket; if you are unable to do so, please let one of the office staff know of your situation. Door prizes will be raffled off from collected ticket entries at the party. If anyone cannot attend this function AFTER receiving your ticket, PLEASE contact either the POA Office, Jeanne Zalasko or Pete Gulliver to inform one of them. We will then need to adjust our numbers since we will be charged FULL PRICE for NO-SHOWS!
Our party will be held on Saturday, December 1, 2012, from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at Sea Trail Resort and Conference Center, 75A Clubhouse Road, Sunset Beach, NC. It is open to all residents in good standing.
Sea Trail has generously and graciously waived the fees for bartenders, room rental, set-up and clean up!
Chicken tenderloins with honey mustard
Spring rolls with sweet and sour sauce
Linguine and penne pasta with alfredo and marinara sauces served with garlic bread. Toppings will include rock baby shrimp, grilled chicken and sausage, broccoli, mushrooms, sundried tomatoes and bell peppers.
Boneless breast of turkey served with silver dollar rolls, cranberry sauce and condiments.
Coffee, soft drinks and ice water station
Dessert: Sheet cake
Cash bar for alcoholic drinks
Please share all of this information with your friends and neighbors, especially those who do NOT have a computer to receive email. If anyone needs transportation to this venue, please phone the POA office for assistance. We welcome your suggestions and assistance, and we look forward to celebrating the beginning of the holiday season together!
Carolina Shores Happenings – Marlene Stewart
New Friends had a Going Away Party for member Kathleen Kearney at the Patio in Little River following their September meeting. Kathleen is moving to Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, to join her two sons and her twin sister. Kathleen moved to Carolina Shores from New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. We wish her well.
Ray and Ellie Girard moved over to Spring Mill in Calabash. They wanted a smaller place and less yard work. Raymond was looking for a place with no trees! We will see them around town.
Carolina Shores Quilting Guild – Rose Mary Jones
Quilters Begin New Year and New Projects - Carolina Shores Quilters Guild met in the POA clubhouse on September 14 for a business meeting at 9:30 a.m. followed by a workshop on Piped Binding taught by Terri Wheelock.
Members voted to make small teddy bears for pediatric patients at the new Brunswick Novant Medical Center in addition to continuing quilt donations to Ronald McDonald House at Duke Hospital. Sixty six quilts were delivered to the House in June and those who made the trip were treated to a tour of the new addition.
Barbara Hutton will teach the October and November workshops where members will make Mystery Quilts. This is exciting because instructions call for cutting shapes and sewing pieces together before seeing a picture of the finished product.
Quilters welcome guests and new members. Simply show up at the clubhouse on the 2nd Friday of the month at 9:30 a.m. No experience is necessary as members are willing to teach beginners.
New Horizons – Betty Camreta
Dinner will be at the Horst Gas Haus on October 9 at 5:00 p.m., 37th Avenue, North Myrtle Beach. So far we have 20 ladies signed up. If you haven't signed up and wish to do so, please call Pat Ferstler at 579-1980.
There will be no regular meeting.
Needlework News – Margie Pettersen
The Needlework group assembled at the POA clubhouse on Monday, September 10, 2012. This group meets in the BOARD ROOM on the second Monday of each month at 10:00 a.m. to sit and knit (or crochet). We stop at 11:30 a.m. to eat our bag lunches and share a dessert brought by a member. We have no officers or dues and you’ll find us around the table chatting and working. We welcome donations of yarn or needlework supplies of any kind and use the donated yarn for some of our charitable works. PLEASE ENTER THE CLUBHOUSE THROUGH THE POA OFFICE. THANK YOU.
If you’re new to the community and love working with your hands, this is the group for you. You don’t have to be experienced to join us; we have members willing to help with knitting, crocheting, or needlework crafts. Our next meeting will be on October 8, 2012. Jeanne Zalasko will provide the dessert.
Fall Bridge Luncheon – Lois Howard
Our Luncheon will be held at Tamers restaurant.
When: Friday, November 2.
Time: 12:00 noon
If interested in attending, call Lois Howard at 579-4087.
Garden Club News – Debbie O'Dell
We signed up 45 members at our first meeting of the new season held on Wednesday, September 12, and welcomed four new members: Greta Meyers, Linda Mullins, Pat O’Leary and Anita Warnkin. We all thoroughly enjoyed our speaker, Jack Alexander of Plantation Gardens, on his presentation of “365 Days of Color.” Jack talked about the many flowering plants and shrubs that grow in our area during the year that bring lots of color to our yards.
The program for our October meeting will be “Wine, Roses and Pearl” with photos of the 2012 garden tour and then a short video on “A Man Named Pearl.” In 1980 Pearl Fryar created a fantastic topiary garden in Bishopville, SC. Many of the plants in Pearl’s garden were rescued from the compost pile at local nurseries. Pearl’s garden is a living testament to one man’s firm belief in the results of positive thinking, hard work, perseverance, and his dedication to spreading a message of “love, peace and goodwill.” Joanne Bendy is also organizing a trip to tour Pearl’s garden on November 2. If you are interested, call Joanne at 575-0071.
Keep Saturday, November 17, available for our popular Soup and Bake Sale. Chairpersons, Margie Pettersen and Barbara Errickson, will bring us more information at the October meeting.
Remember the Garden Club is for both men and women and we gladly welcome new members and you are always welcome to bring a guest.
Our next meeting will be Wednesday, October 10, at 1:00 p.m. at the POA clubhouse.
Book Discussion Group – Pat McKay
At our September meeting we discussed “Factory Girls: From Village to City in a Changing China” by Lesley Chang. When you see something that has "made in China" on it, did you ever wonder what life was like for the young adults who have left rural areas in China to work in these assembly-line factories? Factory Girls chronicles the head-shaking and heretofore-unheard-of daily living practices as we go behind scenes witnessing how girls live in dormitory-like conditions and work extremely long hours. Soon, they begin to wear the latest clothes, become part of the city culture, and distance themselves from their rural counterparts. It was an enlightening and interesting book to read and discuss.
For our next meeting on October 19, 2012 we look forward to a discussion of two books: "Franklin and Eleanor" by Hazel Rowley and “The Color of Water” by James McBride.
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. Here is the list of books to be discussed over the next year. There’s a little bit of something for everyone!
October - “Franklin and Eleanor” by Hazel Rowley OR “Color of Water” by James McBride
November - “Little Bee” by Chris Cleave OR “In the Garden of Beasts” by Eric Larsen
December - “Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
January - “Alice’s Piano” by Melissa Muller and Reinhold Peichocki
February - “Wives of Henry Oades”, by Johanna Moran OR “The Heretic’s Daughter” by Kathleen Kent
March - “Lots of Candles, Plenty of Cake” by Anna Quindlen OR “The Man in the Rockefeller Suit” by Mark Seal
April - Poetry sharing for National Poetry Month
May - “The Accident” by Linwood Barclay
June - “The Ocean Forest” by Troy Nooe OR “The Paris Wife” by Paula McLain
July - “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” by Rebecca Skloot OR “A Good Hard Look” by Ann Napolitano
August - “The Cove” by Ron Rash OR “Hummingbird’s Daughter” by Luis Umberto Urrea
Of special note: Our Book Discussion Group is sponsoring an author talk. C. Hope Clark will make a presentation at our POA clubhouse on October 24, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. C. Hope Clark is a freelance writing business expert and author of “Lowcountry Bribe”, the first of the Carolina Slade Mystery Series. Hope lives on the bank of Lake Murray near Chapin, SC, where she pens mysteries and manages FundsforWriters.com.
“Lowcountry Bribe is a fast-paced, roller coaster ride of a mystery, full of intriguing characters and a heroine as feisty as she is vulnerable.” Kathryn Wall
New Friends – Flo Pflaster
Barbara Jones led the September meeting. We started the meeting with a moment of reflection to remember the events of September 11, 2001. Then we went around the room, each one discussing our talents, hobbies and interests, which keep us all so very busy!
We enjoyed the beautiful weather during lunch at Patio’s in Little River.
New Friends meets monthly on the second Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the POA clubhouse. 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 bring a food item for the Brunswick County food pantry.
Following the meeting many in the group go out for lunch. Please mark your calendar and join this fun group. In October, Rose Mary Jones will lead the group and Mary Pritchard will lead the November meeting.
The Travel Committee is planning some fun events. Keep reading this column monthly and contact the event coordinator early if you want to attend a function! Also, if you have any ideas for this committee to explore, please let one of us know!
October 26 - Moveable Feast - there is a book review with the author of "The Guest Book" with lunch included at "Ocean One" at the Litchfield Inn on Pawleys Island. Fee is $25.00. Contact Gail Cohen for information and sign up.
November 16 - Alabama Theater Holiday show at 2:00 p.m. Group rate is $27 per person. Payment is due to Wendy Horten by October 10. We have terrific seats reserved and the show is always fun.
December 2 - Wilmington Christmas House Tour from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. with lunch first. Contact is Ellen Pecina.
January, 2013 - date to be announced for our annual lunch at the Culinary Institute.
Keep your eyes on this column! Other events will be announced as the time approaches.
Renegade News – Debbie O’Dell
On Thursday, October 18, The Renegades will have a ‘fun tournament’ for Pretty in Pink. Carol Groner and Gloria Crane are planning this fun event. Hors d’oeuvres and wine along with awarding of prizes will follow our general meeting at the POA clubhouse. Remember to give your donation of $20 to Gloria Crane for this event.
Make plans to attend our General Meeting Thursday, October 18, at 3:30 p.m. We will be voting for the 2013-2014 board and also voting on the revised rules for golf. (Rules are posted on the Renegades bulletin board at the pro shop.)
Chairpersons for our regular weekly play in October are Betty Weaver and Gloria Crane. Tee time for the month is at 8:18 am.
Carolina Shores Bowling League – Sharon Lynch
The new bowling season started September 11 at Planet Fun in Shallotte and we are always looking for subs. If you are interested in having some fun on Tuesdays, please contact Mal MacRaild at 910-880-4166 or Sharon Lynch at 575-2106.
We had some great scores from our first night back! Men: Don Rose had a 200 game for a 544 series, Mal MacRaild had a 192 game for a 548 series, John Lynch bowled a 190 game and one of our new bowlers, Vince Hammerl, had a 502 series! Women: Diana Mardall had a 170 game for a 442 series, Pat McKay bowled a 167 game, Marilyn Davidson had a 158 game for a 435 series and Kathy Hahl had a 463 series for the night. Way to go!
Bowling scores for September 18 - men: Bill Poplin had a 224 game for a 578 series, Joe Fioravanti had a 188 game for a 516 series, Mal MacRaild had a 198 game for a 513 series and Vince Hammerl bowled a 501 series for the night. Women: Mary Frances Ryon had a 184 game for a 450 series, Pat Herdic had a 171 game for a 449 series, Gloria Riccitelli had a 169 game for a 431 series and Ann Britt bowled a 176 game!
Sunday Scramble--Diana Mardall
The next Sunday Scramble will be played on October 14 at Carolina Shores. First tee time is 9:30 a.m.; cost for non-members is $34, which includes lunch. Dee Gillin and Ilsa Bateman are running the event. If you have any questions, please call Dee or Ilsa. The sign-up sheet is posted on the bulletin board in the POA clubhouse.
Tennis News – Bob Anthony
Just a reminder that open tennis will start at 9:00 a.m. on October 1. Open tennis is available to all POA members in good standing and their guests, and is held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. It appears as if we will be getting a new cold water drinking fountain at the tennis courts in the near future. As details develop, I will keep you posted.
Carolina Shores Niners – Betty Kibblehouse
The Niners will be hosting a “Komen for a Cure” golf tournament and luncheon at the Carolina Shores Golf Club on Thursday, October 18, 2012. It is open to all lady golfers; you do not have to be a Niners member or a resident of the Carolina Shores Community. We will play nine holes of golf and have a wonderful lunch together for the great cause, “Breast Cancer”. Registration will begin at 8:00 a.m. and our tee time is 9:00 a.m. Lunch will be served around 11:30 a.m. after golf. The entry fee will be $15.00 cash or check made payable to “Susan G. Komen for the Cure”. Cost of golf is $15.00 paid to the golf course. Cost of lunch will be $9.00 (includes tax and tip); cash or check made payable to CS Niners. The signup sheet will be on our Niners Table at the golf clubhouse. The last day to sign up will be Friday, October 12, 2012. SIGN UP TODAY. Payment of the entry fee and/or lunch can be paid to Doris Pearce (579-0181) in advance or on the day of the tournament.
We will also be selling raffle tickets to raise money for the Komen Foundation. 50% of the money raised will go to Komen and two winners will be chosen for 25% each.
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT - WEAR PINK - WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE. WE WOULD LIKE TO HAVE A GOOD TURNOUT.
Our Quarterly Meeting for Election of Officers and Budget Meeting will be held before golf on Thursday October 25. Please mark your calendars.
Weekly Play: Niners play every Thursday morning at the Carolina Shores Golf Club. Ladies who are just learning the game, golfers who are older and can’t play 18, or ladies who just WANT to play 9 - this group is for you. This is a friendly and sociable group. If interested, contact Violet Collins at 579-1373 for additional details. Joanne Riedel is our Pairings Coordinator for October.
New Neighbors – Flo Pflaster, Marlene Stewart and Eva Jensen
Sanderson, Richard and Carol
1 Sunfield Drive
Richard and Carol relocated to Carolina Shores from Branford, CT. Richard worked in maintenance for Amtrak. Carol was an oncology nurse, and then worked as a para-professional in a high school. They enjoy playing volleyball, bird watching and traveling together. Richard also does stained glass and woodworking. Carol does various crafts. They have two children and five grandchildren still in Connecticut.
If you are new to our community and have not been visited by the Welcome Committee, contact Flo Pflaster at 575-6243 or firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.
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The following meetings are held at the POA clubhouse:
The CSPOA Board of Directors will meet on October 10 at 9:30 a.m. in the main room of the POA clubhouse.
The Architectural Control Committee meets the first and third Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the ACC office.