TIDEWATER PLANTATION. Community Association. President s Message Cathy Weis, BOD President. What s Inside BOARD NOTES. July 2017

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1 July 2017 TIDEWATER PLANTATION Community Association President s Message Cathy Weis, BOD President Summer certainly has arrived as is evidenced by our temperatures closing in on 90 degrees and the increased traffic. The tourists have arrived! We are so lucky here in Tidewater though because we are like a little hidden gem that is so beautiful and secluded, yet just minutes from the beach and shopping. We are truly blessed. Your Board and the Government Committee continue to reach out to city and county officials in an effort to accelerate the timing of improvements to Little River Neck Road (LRNR). In June, we will have had two more important meetings regarding safety. On Thursday, June 8th, Chairman Mark Lazarus and Councilman Harold Worley, both of Horry County, and Mayor Marilyn Hatley of North Myrtle Beach accompanied by Councilmen Bob Cavanaugh and Fred Coyne will have joined us for a meeting to discuss the conditions and needed improvement of LRNR. Once again several of our neighbors who live along LRNR joined us led by the pastors of the three churches, and members of Little Blessings Day School, the RV park north of Tidewater and Charleston Landing. We will keep you advised as to any progress that occurs regarding accelerating plans to improve the road. Another meeting with NMB officials will be held on Thursday, June 29th with the Director of NMB Communications, Pat Dowling, who is expected to be accompanied by the Fire Chief, Garry Spain, the Fire Training Captain, Billy Floyd, and Police Lieutenant Michael Swarthout. This meeting is to discuss Tidewater s Emergency Plan in the case of a hurricane in conjunction with the What s Inside President s Message.... Page 1 Board Notes... Page 1 Condo Corner... Page 3 Recreation Committee... Page 5 Tide Chart.... Page 10 Business Directory... Page 10 Calendar... Page 16 Designed and published by Community Directories & Newsletters (800) emergency plans of NMB. The meeting is open to all Tidewater residents and our neighbors along LRNR. And speaking of our neighbors on the neck, The Little Blessings Day School held their 4K graduation in the Tidewater Amenity Center on Friday, June 2nd, hosted by our Government Committee. Eighteen little four 4-olds marched down the aisle clad in their caps and gowns and wearing colorful (too large for their faces) sun glasses. They performed several songs for their audience made up of parents and grandparents and each child received a couple of awards plus their diploma. It was a sight to see! We were happy to provide the venue for this adorable event. With the start of the heavy beach season we sent out an reminder about the Beach Cabana rules. If you didn t see this, you can go to the website, tidewaterplantation.org, sign in and click on the menu item Rules/Policies. A couple of other reminders always worth mentioning are regarding pets and speeding. The pet rule in Tidewater is that all pets (yes, cats too) must be on a leash at all times when on any common area on the Plantation. Your Board can only enforce the rules, however, if there is proof of an infraction. Therefore, if you notice a violation we must either have multiple witnesses or a picture. Otherwise, this becomes a he said, she said situation. The second reminder is about speeding. Please obey the speed limit and the traffic signs. Finally, since we have moved the shredding bin to the main room of the Cassels building, many more Tidewater residents have taken advantage of using this for all documents that require shredding. Be aware this is a service that is available to all Tidewater residents. I hope you enjoy your summer! BOARD NOTES Contact Information: phone: Ron Nichols, BOD Secretary At the regular meeting of the TPCA Board of Directors held on Thursday, June 1st, the following actions were taken: Items Ratified at Meeting The Board approved a proposal from Howard B. Jones in the amount of $5, to purchase a 5 roller to maintain the clay courts; an addendum to the Phoenix contract at no additional cost; and a renewal contract with Shred Alert. For an emergency call 911, not the Tidewater Gatehouse. 1

2 2018 Board of Directors Election Pam Mulcahy If you are looking to get involved in your community, consider running for Tidewater s Board of Directors. There will be two open positions on next year s BOD. The positions are Members-at-Large and they will be elected to a three year term. We need good people to step up and get involved in the community. A Director Nominee Application is on the website, available at the Management Office or contact the Nominating Committee at if you need more information. If you prefer, you may contact the members individually. They are Lois Aldinger, Pam Mulcahy, Tim Weis and the Chairman, Bob Moss, Board VP. The deadline for applications is Friday, July 21st. FirstService Residential Message Susan Strickland, CMCA, AMS, PCAM Thunderstorm Safety Avoiding a Lightning Strike Warm weather usually means fun in the sun, but summer heat also can bring severe weather. Threatening thunderstorms often loom large on summer afternoons so it s important to be prepared for downpours and accompanying lightning, which can strike outdoors or indoors. Consider the following suggestions when planning both outdoor and indoor events this summer to reduce the risk of a lightning strike: Watch the weather. Pay attention to your local weather forecast before participating in outdoor activities. If there s a chance of thunderstorms, consider rescheduling or moving events indoors. If that s not possible, have an emergency plan in place in case a severe storm rolls in and designate a sufficient nearby structure as an emergency shelter. Stay inside. If severe thunderstorms are imminent, go indoors and wait until they pass. Safe, enclosed shelters include homes, schools, offices, shopping malls and vehicles with hard tops and closed windows. Open structures and spaces do not provide adequate protection. Duck and crouch. If you re caught outside during a severe storm, it s important to crouch low on the ground, tuck your head and cover your ears to help protect yourself from harm. Do not lie down; lightning strikes can produce extremely strong electrical currents that run along the top of the ground, and laying horizontally increases electrocution risk. Turn off faucets. During a thunderstorm, lightning can sometimes be conducted through the plumbing. Avoid any type of contact with running water, including bathing, showering, and washing your hands, dishes, or clothes. Turn off electronics. All electrical appliances televisions, computers, laptops, gaming systems, stoves, and more that are plugged into an electrical outlet could carry a current from a lightning strike. Surge protectors will reduce the risk of damaging electronics. Stay away from windows. Not only is lightning a threat, but high winds and hail create flying debris that could be harmful during a thunderstorm. Close all windows and doors and keep away from them. Reminder Our office staff is here to assist you. We can be reached at Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8 AM until 5 PM, excluding holidays. Reminders Regularly Scheduled Meetings Board Meetings Thursday, July 6th, 1 The Amenity Center Condo Board Meetings Heron Lakes Villas HOA Saturday, July 8th, 10 AM Cassels Building Clubhouse Villas HOA Monday, July 17th, 9 AM Cassels Building DRB Meetings 1st and 3rd Monday of each month (Closed meeting) 2 TPCA CONTACT INFORMATION FirstService Residential Property Management Services (843) Contact: Susan Strickland at: Heron Lake and Teal Lake Contact: Chelsa Fenner Board Contact: In the case of an afterhours or weekend EMERGENCY Please call (843) CONDO ASSOCIATIONS CONTACT INFORMATION Harbor Loft Tidewater Ridge Contact: Katy Swimm (843) Clubhouse Villas - Lighthouse Villas Contacts: Sherry Mador (843) Kendall Benjamin

3 Condo Corner Lighthouse Point Villas Homeowners Association Sherry Mador, Administrative Coordinator Managed by: Atalaya Property Management, Inc., 525 6th Avenue South, North Myrtle Beach, SC Association Manager: Kendall Benjamin, Administrative Coordinator: Sherry Mador, Website address: Meeting Dates, all to commence at 9 AM at the Cassels Building: Board Meeting, Friday, September 8th Board Meeting, Friday, November 10th How to Control Ants... These TIPS will be especially helpful this season because the ant populations are bigger this year. The spring rains have softened up the soil and generally provided a more favorable living environment for pests. The nicer the environment, the bigger the families they have! In Your Home - Dispose of fallen fruit outside your home. - Clean trash containers and trash areas. Use tight fitting trash lids. Repair dripping hose connections. Dispose of uneaten pet food daily. Keep counters and floors free from food crumbs. Should you experience problems in your unit between the regularly scheduled monthly interior pest control, do not hesitate to contact Sherry Mador at the Association Office, or via at to schedule a re-spray appointment with the pest control company. The Clubhouse Villas HOA Sherry Mador, Administrative Coordinator Managed by: Atalaya Property Management, Inc., 525 6th Avenue South, North Myrtle Beach, SC Association Manager: Kendall Benjamin, Administrative Coordinator: Sherry Mador, Website address: Meeting Dates, all to commence at 9 AM at the Cassels Building: Board Meeting, Monday, July 17th Board Meeting, Monday, October 16th Insurance Coverage The Unit Owner is responsible for HO6 Insurance Coverage. Types of HO6 Insurance Policy Coverage for Your Condo Personal Property coverage WITH replacement cost covering personal belongings since the association master policy does not cover an owner s personal property. Unit Additions, Upgrades and Alterations can be covered when the Association s policy does not pick up the Betterments and Improvements coverage such as wall coverings and floor coverings. Loss of Use will pay the owner s expenses while the unit is unlivable due to an insured loss. Loss Assessment will pay the owner s share of an assessment levied due to an insured loss exceeding the Association s master policy limits. Earthquake coverage must be endorsed to the unit owner s policy in order for this coverage to pay for an earthquake loss assessment or carry a blanket earthquake policy which includes loss assessment. Bodily Injury and Property Damage pays for bodily injuries to other people or damage to their property if you are liable resulting from unintentional acts committed by qualified family members including sporting activities and acts of your pets. IF YOU RENT YOUR UNIT, YOU NEED THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL COVERAGE: Loss of Rents pays the owner rent that is due to them should they not be able to collect rent in the event of an insured loss. Teal Lake Village Chelsa Fenner Please keep in mind that the Annual Meeting is right around the corner. It will be held in September, and information regarding this meeting will be sent out in the mail. As another reminder, the buildings being painted in 2017 are: 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21. This process is ongoing and should last a of couple months. We recently noticed large items being put out in common area in Teal Lake. Large items should not be put out with the assumption that the City will pick them up. There should be bagged trash in the garbage receptacles beside each building. If you do have a large item, the City will pick these items up, but a pickup must be scheduled with them. If you would like to discard any item like this, please contact the City and schedule something so these items are not out for days at a time. The phone number you would use is There is also a recycling center nearby that will take anything you are getting rid of. They are located at 764 SC-90, Little River, SC The pest control for 2017 will be: Fridays, August 4th and November 3rd. Please mark your calendars accordingly. Continued on page 4 3

4 Condo Corner (Continued from page 3) Again, if there are any maintenance concerns, please contact the management office so it can be arranged for Jeff to go by and inspect. We have a new work order process, so each maintenance item will be documented with photos and progress updates. As always, if anyone has any questions you can contact me at or Heron Lake Villas Chelsa Fenner The Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 8th at 10 AM in the Cassel Building. Please remember to mail in your proxy, if you have not done so already. We look forward to seeing everyone! For 2017 the pest control dates are: Fridays, September 1st and December 1st. Please mark your calendars accordingly. If anyone has any questions or any maintenance concerns, please contact community manager, Chelsa Fenner at: or Outstanding Performance of the 2nd Quarter: John Gira Susan Strickland, CMCA, AMS, PCAM The Board of Directors proudly announces the Outstanding Performance of the 2nd Quarter, John Gira. John Gira and his wife, Cathy, moved to Tidewater in John and Cathy are both Pitt alumnus and John received his BSCE and MBA there. They spent most of their lives in the Pittsburgh area. John worked for CNG Corp and Dominion Resources. John and Cathy have 2 sons who live in Charlotte. At Tidewater, John served for 13 years on the Budget & Finance Committee and John Gira held leadership positions for 10 of those years. In addition, he has been an active member of the Investment Committee, the Delinquency Committee and the Long-range Amenity Planning Task Force. John is also known as HiGear within the Red Cups. Communications Committee Pam Mulcahy Chairperson Tidewater Website Login Instructions Tidewater Website Login Instructions For information regarding our community, go to www. tidewaterplantation.org. Sign in with your ID and/or password. If you have forgotten your ID and/or password, contact the staff at FirstService Residential and ask them to send you a new one. ( ). Once you are on the site you can view many of our community s activities, meeting information, real estate information, CCR documents, rules and regulations and much more. The CIS system is also on the website. Your ID and password are the same for the CIS system. If you need instructions for CIS, send an to The current month s newsletter is on the website on or about the 25th of each month. Click on Current Newsletter on the Home Page. You can also view older newsletters by clicking on the menu item on the left titled Newsletter. Natural Resources Committee Ann Lippincott, Chairperson Update on the Yard Waste Roll Cart Pilot Program Recently, Property Management sent out an inquiry to determine how many additional residents might be interested in a yard waste roll cart should the City of North Myrtle Beach make the decision to expand the pilot program as a permanent service. Some key points regarding the pilot program and yard waste disposal are as follows: The Tidewater pilot program was offered by the City of North Myrtle Beach due to the continuing damage to Tidewater common right-of-ways (ROWs) by the City claw truck. Although the City does offer to bring in soil to fill the resultant holes and depressions, that loose soil creates another ongoing problem in that it washes into the streets and storm drains, resulting in both aesthetic and infrastructure problems. TIDEWATER COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPERSONS Budget and Finance Eileen Chambers Communications Cathy Weis Monthly newsletter & Welcome Committee; Cathy Weis will continue managing the telephone directory. Web updates are now done by Property Management. Design Review Board Marlin Dawdy Government Liaison Jim Hulen Information and Technology Greg Solowey Insurance Paul Wrobel Investment Jim Offutt Natural Resource Ann Lippincott Promotions Bill Pearson Property Lenny DeMarco Recreation Mary Jane Bilicki Rules and Regulations Jules Jaget Security Jim Muirhead 4

5 While pilot program participation was limited to 100 residents, the percentage of usage was relatively low, more so on the Plantation side as opposed to the Bluffs. One of the identified problems was that the carts should have been restricted to fulltime residents in order to accurately assess regular usage. Residents have expressed frustration that they are being asked to store an additional cart and sort waste among three trash receptacles (household, recyclables and yard waste) only to witness the City dumping both household and yard waste into the same truck on pick-up day. The Director of Public Works has stated that the City does not mix waste types and has been notified of this practice by the pick-up crews via video recordings. The roll carts were never intended to totally eliminate the pick-up of loose debris, especially during major seasonal (i.e., Fall leaf) clean-up. The carts have, however, had a favorable effect on the protection of the ROWs for the disposal of routine trimming, pruning, and weeding debris over the period of the pilot program. Some residents not participating in the pilot program have elected to protect the ROWs at the front of their lots by utilizing paper bags for smaller, loose debris. Any reduction in the use of the claw truck and lessening of damage to the ROWs is helpful in eliminating unsightly holes and having replacement soil washing into the streets and storm drains. The County and City are currently enacting a ban on the use of plastic bags for yard waste. The City has stated that loose debris pick-up will continue due to the many different types of properties (single family, condominiums, timeshares, rentals, etc.) within the City. It would not be feasible to implement a city-wide roll cart program. Owners are reminded that there is a City ordinance, as well as a Tidewater rule, that prohibit the placing of yard debris on undeveloped and/or common properties. Although the practice of placing debris on undeveloped lots will eventually end once those lots are built out, owners are reminded that these undeveloped lot ROWs are also common TPCA property. Placing individual yard debris on shared common areas creates an unnecessary financial burden on the entire association of owners in that these common areas must repeatedly be repaired and replanted by the TPCA. That is why the NRC continues to work toward a more workable system for yard waste pick-up for the benefit of all Tidewater owners. Landscaping Issues: Owners having a specific issue with the landscaping management of a common area should contact the Property Management staff who coordinate the daily operations of TPCA contracted services. Susan Strickland and her team are very responsive to owner inquiries and concerns and can make the necessary contacts for the efficient resolution of any issue. Please do not deal directly with the Phoenix crews on any questions or issues. The NRC, which has general oversight of the landscaping contract and services, will follow-up in the monthly review of landscaping services with Phoenix management to make sure that identified issues have been addressed. Owner input is important in the management and evaluation of landscaping services. Therefore, we ask that you convey any specific landscaping issues to Property Management to provide for effective review and evaluation of the contracted landscaping service. Your assistance in this effort is appreciated. John Mouco, Tournament Director This year we are excited about the New Golf Ball Drop Contest dispersed by our own NMB Fire Dept. The ladder truck will be at the Tidewater driving range on tournament day. Five holes will be cut in the driving range. The balls with be dropped from the top of the ladder and the balls that either land in the holes or are closest to the holes will be the winners. Tickets are now available for $20 each, 3 for $50 or 7 for $100 with 5 payouts (minimum top prize $500). Each ticket purchased will also be entered in the 50/50 raffle drawing. Anyone can purchase tickets through our website store (tidewatercharitytournament.com), at Wheel Night or by calling any TCTC committee member. If you have any questions me at or at Winners do not have to be present to win. This is another way the Tidewater Charity Tournament Committee is helping people and charities in our community. We ask for your continued support in all our events including the golf tournament so these charities, North Strand Helping Hands, SOS Autism Healthcare, LRMC s Miles for Smiles (children and veterans dental care) and Folds of Honor will benefit from our fundraising. The 2017 Tidewater Patriot Day Charity Golf Tournament entry forms can be downloaded from the TCTC website or calling Recreation Committee Suzanne Crouch, Secretary Welcome to the Beach! Celebrate summer with our free concerts in front of the Amenity Center. The first concert of the year with Gary Lowder and Smokin Hot was a big success! The night was perfect and the music divine!! Sunday, July 9th will be our final free concert in front of the Amenity Center. (Please note change.) The Paul Grimshaw Band! (Oldies and Classic Rock) Hot dogs are on tap! (The scheduled band Atwater cancelled for July 2nd. Another band and date had to be chosen.) Tim and Cathy Weis, and Ron and Harriette Nichols will help sponsor this event. Thank you! Bring your beach chairs and beverage of choice. Don t forget the 50/50 raffle!! 5

6 Upcoming Summer Events: *Beach Cabana Happy Hours continue on Fridays, July 7th, August 4th, and September 8th from 6-8 PM. Enjoy the beach sunset and share your appetizer or dessert with friends and neighbors. BYOB. Come join the fun! THE POOL PARTY will be Sunday, August 13th at the Owner s Pool! The event will be catered by Dickey s Barbecue to include 2 meat dishes, with 3 sides plus desserts for $16 per person. Bring your own drinks and mixers. No one under 21 will be permitted. (Glass bottles and containers are prohibited in the pool area.) Turn your clock back to the 50 s and 60 s as the band will be the Forever Doo Wop Group. Fifties dress fits the night! Bob Cavanaugh and FirstService Residential will help sponsor the pool party this year! Get you reservations in early using the Reservation Procedure below. (No reserved tables for this event.) The reservation deadline is Monday, July 31st. Please contact Sue Crouch at , Helen Ashby at , or Cindy Kelly at with any questions. Hope to see you there! Future Plans: -Save the Date! A Ride and Dine event will be held Wednesday, September 6th at the Tidewater Golf Club. Guests will meet at 4 PM, have cocktails at 5:30 PM and dinner at the Grille at 6 PM. More details to follow! -The Talent Show is scheduled for Thursday, October 19th. Get together with your friends and start planning your act! Please Ellen McShera at or call her at to get involved in this fun activity! -Dancing with the Troops Saturday, November 11th with the Fat Jack Duo. -Trim the Tree Friday, December 1 -New Year s Eve! Catered dinner at the Amenity Center by A&A with music and dancing provided by Gary Lowder and Smokin Hot. Come join us to ring in 2018!!! If you have ideas for additional activities you would like the Recreation Committee to entertain, please submit them by to We value your input! If you have ideas for additional activities you would like the Recreation Committee to entertain, please submit them by to We value your input! Reservation Procedure: Please read below to sign up for an event! YOUR CHECK IS YOUR REGISTRATION: To register for an event, place your check made out to ROTSC in an envelope. On the outside of the envelope include the following: names of all people attending, your phone number and address. Place the envelope in the gold mail box at the Fitness Center by the advertised cutoff date. There will be a notice on the box if the event is full and a waiting list will be established if necessary. For events where reserved tables are available, payments for a full table of 10 must be included in one envelope. If you are not part of a reserved table, you will be assigned to a table with others. If you are out of town, you may mail your check and information to the Tidewater Recreation Committee, 2000 Spinnaker Drive, North Myrtle Beach, SC Looking Back: Photos from the Sunday, May 21st summer concert with Gary Lowder and Smokin Hot! The crowd joined in the fun! Marilyn Hatley presented the Blue Ribbon Community Award to members of the Tidewater Board of Directors. And.. Linda Nofsinger hit it big in the 50/50 raffle!!

7 Welcome Tidewater Neighbors Pam Mulcahy Please join us in welcoming all our new neighbors to the community! Michael Duman & Joanne Tripp 921 Tidewater Drive From: Glen Allen, VA Delores & Garland Simms 1401 Lighthouse Drive Unit 4314 From: Ruther Glen, VA Danny & Margaret Sprouse 1221 Tidewater Drive Unit 1011 From: Catawba, VA David & Leslie Lopez 1221 Tidewater Drive Unit 2721 From: Little River, SC Artisans of Tidewater Marilyn Drange Teresa Gallagher 1550 Spinnaker Drive Unit 3224 From: Sarasota, FL Jeanne Pratt 1221 Tidewater Drive Unit 913 From: Newbury Port, MA Barbara Harper 1221 Tidewater Drive Unit 2211 From: Brooklyn, NY Join the Artisans on Monday, July 24th at the Amenity Center from 12 PM till 3 PM and learn how to paint a bluebird and a carnation. Marylou Convery will demonstrate how to build color washes using a darker value of each color. The cost of the workshop is $10 plus supplies. Please RSVP Marylou Convery via by Saturday, July 15th to receive the supply list. Painting is great therapy to unwind and express yourself. Remember no dues, no rules, just neighbors sharing, networking and exchanging ideas! The Tidewater Artisans will offer a three-part writers series, From Memoir To Fiction, featuring local author, Roger Quinn. Life isn t an on-going saga. It s a puzzle bits and pieces. Your heart already knows the truth. Turn your fear of writing into a challenging opportunity to time-travel and discover your personal form of expression a journal, a poem, a memoir, a short story, or a novel. Join Roger with your favorite beverage for Session One on Monday, July 24th, 7-8:30 PM at the Amenity Center. Please RSVP Marilyn Drange via by Saturday, July 15th. Artisan of the Month: Ardie Praetorius Ardie Praetorius is this month s featured Artisan of the Month. Ardie has resided in Tidewater Plantation for the past 20 years with her husband Larry. They were involved in building custom homes in Tidewater for 12 years. They have three children and five grandchildren. Ardie began her pottery studies in 1973 at UNC Greensboro. She also studied at Penland School of Crafts and participates in many workshops throughout the country. She mixes and prepares all of her glazes and recently discovered that she loves to carve designs with cut outs on her pieces. Each piece is unique and one of a kind. When she opens her kiln it is always a surprise to see the changes in the pottery due to varying temperatures and the placement of pieces in the kiln. Currently, Ardie has work in five galleries in both North and South Carolina. These include Franklin Square Gallery and Ricky Evans Gallery in Southport NC, Sunset River Marketplace in Calabash NC, Brookgreen Gardens in Murrells Inlet, and Lynda English Gallery in Florence. She feels very blessed to share her love of pottery with others and enjoys talking with people, learning what they look for in a pottery piece, and applying that knowledge to her work. See Ardie s exhibit during the month of July in the lobby of the Tidewater Grille Clubhouse! Tastebuds for Fall 2017 Marty Turnauer Do you like to eat, laugh and tell true or fake stories and get to know your Tidewater community members? Then join Tastebuds! Tastebuds is an enjoyable, informal grouping of 6-9 Tidewater neighbors who do all of the above. Menus and recipes are provided, and everyone provides part of the meal. Many new and lasting friendships have commenced via Tastebuds. To sign up or get more information about Tastebuds, please or call Groups will be formed by Sunday, August 20th. Hope you will join us. Share the Road Lee Hughes My husband and I have been homeowners in Tidewater for four years, albeit part-time residents. As avid cyclists, we have been increasingly concerned about our safety on the roads, within the community and especially on Little River Neck Road, given the lack of bike lanes. Unfortunately, it seems like people panic Continued on page 8 7

8 when they come upon a cyclist. They often honk their horns and try racing around the biker, making the situation much more dangerous. I can t tell you how many times I ve almost witnessed a head-on crash, because the driver didn t pause to check if there was someone coming in the other direction before pulling out and gunning it. As drivers, we routinely slow down or wait for school busses, golf carts, pedestrians crossing, and traffic lights. Why should it be any different to use caution and pause before passing a person on a bicycle? The sacrifice of a few seconds out of one s day is infinitely preferable to the impact of hitting and injuring or killing someone. Sharing the road makes sense for everyone! How to Pass Someone on a Bicycle 1. Slow down, hang back at a respectful distance behind the cyclist, and look to see if the oncoming traffic lane is clear. John Stachura Memorial Bob Moss Pictured is the ceremony for the memorial tree dedication to John Stachura. This dedication marked the one year anniversary of John s passing. The Red Bud tree and memorial plaque was placed by John s many friends, the Red Cups and his North-ender golf group as a living reminder of this Tidewater pioneer and friend. 2. Wait the few seconds or minutes that it takes to be clear and avoid passing on a curve. 3. Pass the cyclist, with at least a meter s berth. There is no need to accelerate excessively, since the coast is clear. This YouTube video is only 1 ½ minutes and well worth watching. Hole in One John Mouco Congratulations...On Thursday, May 11th Frankie Miller had a Hole in One on the 12th hole at Tidewater. The hole was playing 145 yards and he used a 9 iron. Frankie was playing by himself and knew that the ball was close but never saw the ball go in the hole. He walked up to the green and did not see the ball. Fortunately Wayne Norman was sitting on his porch and saw the ball go in the hole. He told him the ball was in the hole. Wayne then called the Pro Shop and said he witnessed the Hole in One for Frankie. Hawaiian Vacation Carole Nofi Six Tidewater couples cruising around the Hawaiian Islands met with the captain of Norwegian cruise line s Pride of America. The captain lives in Myrtle Beach. Marlin Dawdy read this poem at the ceremony: Coach s Little Garden There s a very special garden Where the trees of memory grow Nurtured by the kindness And concern that good friends show. The roots are cherished memories Of good times in the past The branches tender promises That souls endure and last. It s a place of peace and beauty Where bright new hopes can start It s memory s lovely garden That soothes the hurting heart. 8

9 Red Cups Celebrate 8th Anniversary Litter Patrol Rich Opie Nofi On Saturday, June 3rd, twenty-five Cups got together to pickup litter from alongside Little River Neck Road; marking the 96th month since the Cups gathered together for their initial Adopt-A-Highway pick-up event. Recognize any of these orange vested gentlemen? They are your neighbors - members of the Red Cup crew who just completed this month s litter patrol as a part of Tidewater s Adopt- A-Highway Program. Since that first pick-up in June 2009, these Cups have removed 1405 orange/blue bags of litter from alongside Little River Neck Road. Based on the SCDOT standard measure of 15 lbs. per bag, that represents nearly 10 1/2 tons of litter. That s a pretty sizable pile of trash! In addition to the litter, volunteers also on occasion trim branches and weeds from along the fenced area bordering the roadway in an effort to keep the area more presentable. In addition, Fish, the programs coordinator, reports any damage to the fencing to the appropriate county/state departments for their follow up, etc. Thanks goes to not just this latest team of volunteers, but to each of the more than 90 different members of the Red Cups who have volunteered on one or more of the 98 events since June 09. And a special thanks to Marlin Fish Dawdy, whose idea it was to take on this project and who has coordinated the event since its inception, and also to Paul Blade Carver, Paul Louie Cioffi, Bob Buzz Etris, Ken Diablo Felker, Bob Doc Moss, Ray Okie Oksala, and Mario Sparky Renzi, who have each participated in more than 50 of the scheduled events. Waccamaw Lady Plantation Tour Call for Special Residents Born in 1941 and 1942 Dorcas Berg If you or your spouse s birth year is 1941 or 1942, this is a special year for you. I believe we have a good excuse to get together for a party to be held on Monday, October 30th at the Tidewater Grille. Please contact Dorcas Berg at with your name, birth date & address and prepare to partay. Attention 1947 Baby Boomers Jo Ann Nelson Mark your calendars now for our birthday celebration to be held on Saturday, October 28th at the Tidewater Grille. More details will follow in the next newsletter regarding time, menu, cost, and maximum number of guests you can invite. We currently have 22 people with 1947 birthdays; but it s not too late to still identify yourself as a member of our group. To do so, contact Jo Ann Nelson at or (843) Include your name, spouse s name, address, your birth date and birth weight. Grille News Reservation Phone Number Friday, July 7th - Happy Hour 5:30-8 PM Friday, July 14th - Happy Hour 5:30-8 PM Thursday, July 20th - Wheel Night 5:30-8 Friday, July 21st - Happy Hour 5:30-8 Friday, July 28th - Happy Hour 5:30-8 Tuesday, August 1st - Monday, August 7th Grille Open 11 AM 3 PM Daily Newsletter Submissions We would like to encourage Tidewater homeowners to submit articles and pictures for our newsletter. If you have an article or picture relating to, or of special interest to the Tidewater community, we want to hear from you! Examples would be any one of the various clubs/groups at Tidewater, individual achievements, wildlife, etc. The newsletter team will ensure that all articles and pictures are approved by the BOD prior to printing, but anyone may submit an article. Articles and/or pictures will be included as space permits. Send submissions to On a perfectly beautiful day, twelve Tidewater ladies, the Girl Scouts, thoroughly enjoyed the Waccamaw Lady Plantation Tour. 9

10 July 2017 Tide Chart DATE DAY HIGH LOW AM PM AM PM 1 Sat 1:58 2:45 8:19 8:50 2 Sun 2:48 3:35 9:12 9:50 3 Mon 3:38 4:24 10:03 10:44 4 Tue 4:27 5:11 10:49 11:32 5 Wed 5:16 5:57 11:33 6 Thu 6:04 6:39 12:16 12:15 7 Fri 6:48 7:20 12:58 12:56 8 Sat 7:29 7:58 1:39 1:37 9 Sun 8:08 8:35 2:20 2:18 10 Mon 8:46 9:13 2:59 2:59 11 Tue 9:25 9:51 3:38 3:39 12 Wed 10:06 10:32 4:17 4:20 13 Thu 10:51 11:18 4:56 5:03 14 Fri 11:42 5:36 5:50 15 Sat 12:07 12:36 6:20 6:43 16 Sun 1:00 1:31 7:08 7:44 17 Mon 1:56 2:28 8:03 8:52 18 Tue 2:53 3:26 9:03 10:01 19 Wed 3:53 4:25 10:05 11:06 20 Thu 4:55 5:25 11:05 21 Fri 5:56 6:24 12:06 12:04 22 Sat 6:55 7:19 1:02 1:01 23 Sun 7:50 8:12 1:56 1:56 24 Mon 8:44 9:03 2:48 2:50 25 Tue 9:38 9:54 3:37 3:42 26 Wed 10:32 10:46 4:25 4:34 27 Thu 11:28 11:38 5:11 5:25 28 Fri 12:24 5:57 6:16 29 Sat 12:30 1:17 6:43 7:10 30 Sun 1:21 2:08 7:32 8:07 31 Mon 2:11 2:57 8:23 9:06 Business Directory The Innocent Assets Conspiracy by Tidewater author, Roger Quinn Is there a monster roaming the White House? Historical speculation surrounded by intrigue, reality, and a touch of romance. Discover the connection between the government s mind control project, a sunken German U-boat, and a series of murders that spell disaster for US President, Katherine Grace Stone. It s time to cage the White House monster. THE INNOCENT ASSETS CONSPIRACY Available online and at book stores worldwide See This Space? For Advertising Rates Call Leslie Martin , ext

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