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1 NOvEmBER 2015 President s Message Bob Moss On Saturday, September 19th, the TPCA held their 22nd Annual meeting. Ron Nichols, president of the Association, presided over the meeting and has done a yeoman s job of leading your Board of Directors over the last two years. Ron will continue to serve on the Board as secretary until the end of his term in September of The three outgoing board members deserve much credit for their tenure on the board: Nancy Stinger, who was vice president in her first year in office and a member-atlarge in her second year; Blair Hubbard, who served two years as a member-at-large; and Doug Roderick, our secretary over the past two years. All of these people served the community extremely well. The other vital aspect of the operation of the TPCA is both the leadership and membership of the various committees. These owners who volunteer their time on the committees also deserve a big THANK YOU. Your new board is dedicated to maintaining the CCRs, the Rules and Regulations, and the DRB Standards, thus assuring that we continue to make Tidewater the oasis on Little River Neck Road we all have come to enjoy. All of our decisions will be based on the above mentioned documents and the welfare and concerns of the residents of Tidewater. The new TPCA Board of Directors, listed as they appear on their group picture, are Roger Quinn and Jim Offutt, members-atlarge; Cathy Weis, vice president; Ron Nichols, secretary; Bob moss, president; Brian Burton, treasurer; and Archie Lemon, developer s representative. The Board hopes to be a leadership team that, together with property manager mel Renkey and his K.A.Diehl management and maintenance staffs, will respond to your concerns and serve you in a manner that justifies the faith you have shown in us by electing us to the Board. It might seem elementary, but I believe there is a lot of wisdom in these tenets. We will refer to them from time to time. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten (a guide for global leadership) All I really need to know about how to live, and what to do, and how to be, I learned in kindergarten. Wisdom was not at the top of the graduate school mountain, but there in the sand pile at the school. These are the things I learned: Share everything Play fair Don t hit people Put things back where you found them Clean up your own mess Don t take things that aren t yours Say you re sorry when you hurt someone Wash your hands before you eat Flush Warm cookies and milk are good for you Live a balanced life learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some Take a nap every afternoon When you go out in the world, watch out for traffic, hold hands, and stick together Be aware of wonder. Remember the little seed in the styrofoam cup: the roots go down and the plant goes up and no body really knows how or why, but we are all like that Goldfish and hamsters and white mice and even the little seed in the styrofoam cup they all die. So do we And then remember the Dick and Jane books and the first word you learned-the biggest word of all-look Everything you need to know is in there somewhere: The Golden Rule and love and basic sanitation; ecology and politics and equality and sane living. Take any one of those items and extrapolate it into sophisticated adult terms and apply it to your family life or your work or government or your world and it holds true and clear and firm. Think what a better world it would be if we all the whole world had cookies and milk at about 3 o clock in the afternoon and then lay down with our blankets for a nap. Or if all governments had as a basic policy to always put things back where we found them and to clean up their own mess. And it is still true, no matter how old you are, when you go out in the world, it is best to hold hands and stick together. What follows is a guide to global leadership from Robert Fulghum s book All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten. Attention Frontier Bulk Agreement Customers: Source: All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten by Robert Fulghum Call for Service Support 1

2 Tidewater Plantation Community Association Board Notes Ron Nichols, Secretary At the regular meeting of the TPCA Board of Directors held on October 8, 2015, the following actions were taken: Insurance Renewal The Board approved insurance renewal effective October 15th and flood insurance effective November 6th. New Business - A petition was received from homeowners asking that the STOP signs on Clipper be removed. This was referred to the Security Committee for review and comment. Newsletter - The Board approved a new contract for the production of the newsletter and sent it to Budget and Finance for their review. Newsletter Policy - The Board approved revisions to the Newsletter Policy. Communications Committee TOR The Board approved revisions to the Communication Committee Terms of Reference. Quarterly Financial Reports The Board voted to post the final audit report on the website and have any questions directed to our Property management. No other financials will be posted on the website; however, copies may be reviewed in the management Office. Association Contracts Policy - The Board approved revisions to the Association Contracts Policy F. Delegation of Authority Policy The Board approved revisions to the Delegation of Authority Policy. Broadcast Message Policy The Board approved revisions to the Broadcast message Policy. Items Approved Between Meetings The Board approved placing two stop signs on Clipper Road at the intersection of Schooner; selected Dave Jeffers as the volunteer of the Quarter for the 2nd quarter; approved removing the special project to place a roof over and to screen in the pergola at the owners pool; approved sending the proposed 2016 budgets to the owners for their input; passed a motion regarding the method by which the election results for selecting 2016 BOD members of votes will serve terms of three years, the two nominees with the next highest number of votes will serve terms of two years, and the two nominees receiving the third highest number of votes will serve a term of one year. The method is as follows: the two nominees receiving the highest number will serve terms of one year. These motions were re-ratified by the Board during this meeting. Employee/Volunteer of the Quarter Mel Renkey, General Manager The TPCA Board of Directors selected Dave Jeffers as the Employee/volunteer of the Quarter for the second quarter of Dave was born and raised in Clariton, PA, a small steel mill town 18 miles south of Pittsburgh. He graduated from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania with a BS in secondary math education. After graduating, Dave went to work for IBm in Poughkeepsie, NY, as a computer programmer. He held various programming jobs before entering management. Dave met his late wife Carol at IBm; they married in 1972 and had two children. His son David lives in Poughkeepsie, and his daughter Amy and his grandson Colin live in Holly Springs, NC. Dave served as a volunteer fireman for 30 years in New York. During that time he held various officer positions: Lt., Captain, 2nd Asst. Chief, 1st Asst. Chief and Training Officer. In 1997 Dave began working for Sykes Enterprises, a staffing company, out of Tampa, FL. He was the Branch manager of their Poughkeepsie office and was responsible for placing contractors into IBm. In 1998 Dave and Carol purchased a Tidewater Condo in Teal Lake village and vacationed here at various times during the ensuing years. In 1999 they purchased a lot in the Bluffs and moved full time to Tidewater in In 2006 they built their new home and enjoyed the opportunity to design and landscape their property. In 2008 Dave received the first Tidewater Yard of the month recognition. Dave left IBm after 25 ½ years and started a small landscaping business working with both commercial and residential clients. He has taken various landscaping design classes over the years including a 14-week master Gardener class offered by Clemson University Cooperative Extension in After Carol passed away, in may of 2007, Dave started to fill his spare time volunteering at Tidewater. Since that time he has served three years on the Recreation Committee, with one year as the Chairman, served almost four years on the Property Committee, and was responsible for landscaping in the common areas of Tidewater. In 2014 Dave joined the Natural Resource Committee and the Design Review Board and continues to serve in both capacities. Reminders 11/5 BOD Meeting 1:00 the Amenity Center 11/6 December News Articles Due 11/11 Teal Lake BOD Meeting 3:00 2 Report suspicious activity or persons to NMB AND

3 Condo Corner Teal Lake Village Chelsa Fenner, Assistant Community Manager The Board is in the process of approving the budget for Our biggest area of concern is the landscaping not being able to thrive due to large tree roots and lack of sunlight. Not only that, but some of the larger trees are causing a threat to the buildings and other structures. We want to keep Teal Lake village beautiful and safe for everyone! The 2016 Teal Lake village Pest Control Schedule is as follows: February 5th may 6th August 5th November 4th The termite bait stations will be inspected on the following dates: January 8th April 1st July 1st October 7th Our next Board meeting will be Wednesday, November 11th at 3 Pm in the Cassels Building. Please let me know of any questions or concerns you may have. We are always open to suggestions! Our office number is and my address is if I can be of assistance to anyone! Heron Lake Villas Chelsa Fenner, Assistant Community Manager The window washing, sidewalk and walkway clean up, roof blowing and gutter clean-out have been completed. We are in the process of looking into having the asphalt resealed and the buildings painted. The pest control/termite schedule for 2016 is as follows: march 4th June 3rd September 2nd December 2nd Our next Board meeting will be January 14th via conference call at 3:30 Pm. If I can be of assistance to anyone, please contact me! Our office number is and my address is Tidewater Plantation Community Association Communication Committee 2016 Telephone Directory Cathy Weis Yes, believe it or not, it s that time again. We will be preparing the 2016 telephone directory soon, so it s time to make sure that your information is up to date. How do you do that? It s easy. Go into CIS (customer information system) and sign in with your ID and Password. If you have forgotten your password, contact the staff at K.A. Diehl and ask them to send you a new one. You can get into CIS easily by signing into the Tidewater website, tidewaterplantation.org, then selecting CIS from the menu on the left. Your ID and password are the same for both CIS and the Tidewater website. If you have never used CIS, send an to and instructions will be sent to you. Once in CIS, click on show unit in the upper left corner. Then select your name as an owner and click on the edit icon. Note that if you do not see your name in the listing, you may have to go to the next page. The Page Number controls are the green triangles above the First Name and Last Name columns. make sure the correct telephone numbers are listed and identified as home or cellular. The fourth box under phones is the one that will be listed in the directory. If you would like one cell phone listed along with your home phone, place the cell phone number in the Directory Telephone Number box for one of you (for a two-owner residence) and the home phone in that box for the other owner. Also be sure your addresses are correct. Complete this procedure for both homeowners. BE SURE TO SAvE YOUR DATA. If you are still having difficulty, you may call the property management office at and ask them to check/update your data in CIS for you. For instructions or any questions, simply The deadline to update your information in CIS is December 31st, We will be downloading the data to work on the directory in January. Newsletter Takes on New Look Cathy Weis Starting with our January issue, the Tidewater Newsletter will take on a slightly different look. The newsletter will be expanded to 12 pages to allow room for advertising. There may be some other minor design changes, but nothing drastic. We hope you will like it. If you know of any advertisers that may benefit from being in the Tidewater Newsletter such as handymen, plumbers, window washers, contractors, etc., be sure to let your newsletter team know by ing the information to TPCA Contact Information Condo Associations Contact Information K.A. Diehl Community Management Specialists Clubhouse villas Lighthouse villas Contact: mel Renkey Heron Lake and Teal Lake Contact: Contacts: Kendall Benjamin, Chelsa Fenner Board Contact: Sherry Lesley, In the case of an after-hours or weekend EMERGENCY Please call (843) If you are unable to access tidewaterplantation.org, send your address to 3 Harbor Loft Tidewater Ridge Contact: Katy Swimm

4 Tidewater Plantation Community Association Design Review Board Dave Chambers, Chairperson We have been experiencing a large number of requests to repaint homes and replace roofs with the same color. It would be greatly appreciated if you could include the paint color with the Sherwin Williams code added to your request form. This also holds true for your new roof with the same color. The shingle type and color would help to facilitate the process. This request is due to the fact that some homeowners do not have the original colors in their files at the DRB office. As you can see, anything you can do to help us in turn helps you. Also noted, when completing a request form for any project, please be sure to include your lot number and a clearly written address. Again, this helps to process your requests in a timely fashion. Seasonal/Party Decorations: Seasonal decorations for customary holidays are acceptable as long as they do not go to excess. They should be tasteful and not provide excessive amounts of light or noise to neighboring properties. Seasonal decorations should not be installed more than thirty (30) days prior to the holiday and must be removed from your property and house exterior no later than ten (10) days following the holiday. While generally putting lights in an exterior tree or bush would fall within the normal guidelines for acceptable seasonal lighting, perimeter lighting of a house or garage so as to create a light border around the structure is not approved, except for icicle lighting. Exterior lights, if used, should be nonblinking lights. Plastic ornamentation for seasonal decorations such as lawn figures or lawn scenes is not acceptable. Balloons or party decorations are acceptable for the day of a party as long as they are not carried to excess; and should be removed prior to the next morning. Property Committee Barbara Baker, Secretary PROPERTY COMMITTEE MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The Property Committee needs to fill several vacancies with volunteers from each of our neighborhoods, including condominiums. volunteers assist the BOD with developing property management standards for our buildings, roads and amenities. They periodically inspect our buildings, roads and amenities visually to assure their conditions meet the Association standard. They make recommendations to the BOD as needed. By serving on this committee you help to ensure that Tidewater continues to be well maintained and serves the needs of our community. If you would like to be considered for one of these positions, you can the Property Committee at or call Lynne Remedios, Chairperson of the Property Committee at The Property Committee is working hard to maintain and enhance the Tidewater buildings, roads, pools, tennis courts and fitness center. If you have any suggestions or concerns regarding these facilities please forward your thoughts to as we look forward to your input. 4 Security Committee Jim Muirhead, Chairperson * FREE SEMINAR FOR TIDEWATER * HOW NOT TO BE A VICTIM Friday, November 20th, 11 the Amenity Center Presented by Jim Muirhead, Security Chairperson, Retired NYPD Detective with 21 years of service Subjects: Staying safe when shopping Female pumping gas alone Date rape prevention Common sense safety factors, etc. The seminar is designed mainly for women, but men are welcome. This is a FREE seminar for anyone wishing to attend. (It is not a martial arts program.) Promotion Committee Bill Pearson, Chairperson The 2015 Tidewater Patriot Day Charity Golf Tournament is in the record books! All the planning, preparation and coordination for this year is over. It was a year of change for the tournament. Early in the year, the TCTC trustees accepted the challenge to look at every part of the weekend event for improvements that would enhance the enjoyment for our players and residents. There was never a major problem that required correction, but we realized there is a need to keep the tournament fresh and interesting. Response has been very positive. Here are a few of the changes: Format change from Texas Scramble to Captain s Choice Tournament Reception (more seating, new speakers, less talk, more party) Centralizing tournament events to driving range using bigger tent New golf clinic guest instructor, meredith Kirk. magic Ball Putting Contest Online Silent Auction in addition to Live Silent Auction New video to promote the tournament Addition of online store to the TCTC website There were many more behind the scene adjustments, and I expect there will be a few more forthcoming for next year s tournament. Due to all the changes the event is in great shape for There are many ways to measure the success of an event; some are obvious and some are subtle. Here are both: Record high donation to TCTC charities of over $56,000 Sold out player slots Record high military members and first responders playing in the tournament Highest sponsorship participation ever Child of military family member while on dolphin cruise during the tournament exclaiming, This is the best day of my life. Numerous sincere comments from our military guests, thank ing Tidewater for providing them with a wonderful retreat.

5 volunteers are the lifeblood of any event, and a jam packed weekend event like ours is no exception. The Bowling for veterans, Zumbathon, Long Drive, Golf Clinic, in-store putting contest at Golfsmith and of course the golf tournament with everything it includes would not be possible without our volunteers. Time and space do not allow the proper recognition each one of them deserves, so please accept a collective thanks here for your contributions. If you look up trustee in the dictionary you will find a different definition than the one used at TCTC. Here's our definition: "a volunteer who puts in long hours and of whom much is expected." That definition fits all the TCTC Trustees. Without marti Drummond, Arlene Smith, John mouco and Archie Lemon none of the above would be possible. The TCTC sponsors deserve our support. most have been with the tournament for many years. Please consider these local businesses when making your purchase decisions. To see all the TCTC sponsors and more about this year's tournament, including the new TCTC video, go to Congratulations to our 2015 Tournament Overall Champions: the team of Kyle Westmoreland, Colonel E.G. Willard, Peter Naylor and Corben Paris. Tidewater Plantation Community Association Recreation Committee Nancy Russell, Secretary Happy Hour, Friday, November 6th - 6 PM Join us for a Karaoke Happy Hour at the Tidewater Grille, with Karaoke Bob s wide collection of music. Drinks and an appetizer buffet will be available for purchase. Sign up at the Fitness Center or online at as reservations will be required because of space limitations and event popularity. Salute to the Troops, Sunday, November 8th - 6 PM October 30th is the deadline to sign up for this year s Salute to the Troops, which will be held at the Amenity Center. Our All-American dinner will be turkey or ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, sweet potato casserole, green beans and apple cobbler. Water will be available or you may bring your own drinks. Cost is $16 per person; $15 for the evening plus $1 to help with mailing costs. veterans pictures will be accepted until November 7th. All veterans are invited to submit a picture of themselves in uniform to be displayed at the dinner. There will be an envelope for pictures at the Fitness Center, or you may the picture to Please provide name, branch of service, rank and where the picture was taken. You may submit a picture even if you are unable to attend. Boxes for your donations of items to be sent to active duty service members are located in the Fitness Center and Cassels Building. Please be generous with your gifts of snacks and toiletries: small packs of baby wipes, deodorant, small baby or medicated powder, hand warmers, toothbrushes, toothpaste, instant drink mixes in individual packs, beef jerky/slim Jims, cereal or granola bars, protein or power bars, peanut butter or cheese crackers (snack packs) or instant oatmeal packs. Items will be accepted until November 9th, and a donation box will be at the dinner. If you have a relative serving overseas, please provide the name and contact information to Tidewater resident Connie muirhead ( ), who is with the Blue Star mothers, before November 6th. Shipping our donations to service members with Tidewater connections are our first choice. Tree Lighting/Happy Hour - Friday, December 4th - 6 PM The Tidewater Plantation Board of Directors has invited the Tidewater residents to the annual Tree Lighting at the Bluffs Pool deck at 6:00Pm on December 4th. The Tidewater Recreation Committee would like everyone to join us immediately after at the Amenity Center for a Holiday Happy Hour. Please bring your own drinks and an appetizer to share. Caroling, desserts, and music will be provided by the Recreation Committee. Tidewater residents are invited to bring a personalized ornament to hang on the tree, if you have not previously done so. Please add your name and the year you moved to Tidewater on the ornament. NEW YEARS EVE DANCE Thursday December 31st 8 PM 12:30 AM The Tidewater Recreation Committee will be hosting a New Year s Eve Dance at the Amenity Center with the doors open- 5

6 Tidewater Plantation Community Association ing at 8:00Pm. Dancing with the renowned Blackwater Rhythm and Blues Band begins at 8:30Pm. The cost is $45 per person. There will be snacks, sweets and a champagne toast at midnight. Please bring your own liquid refreshments. Sign up in the Fitness Center starting on November 8th, and deposit your check made out to ROTSC in the gold box on the Fitness Center wall at the same time. If you wish to reserve a full table of 8 or 10, please list the names of all those sitting at your table and deposit the checks from the whole group together. Reservations will be accepted through December 28th or until the room limit is reached. A waiting list will be available at that time. YOUR SPACE CANNOT BE RESERVED UNTIL YOUR CHECK HAS BEEN RECEIVED BY THE RECREATION COMMITTEE. If you have any questions regarding the New Year s Eve Celebration, please call Corky Felber or Betty moss Suds and Slices, Sunday, January 17th Save the date, and plan to join us for pizza and beer at the Amenity Center. more information will follow in the December newsletter. Looking Back: DJ Bingo Happy Hour at the Grille was a huge success with 88 Tidewater residents singing to the songs of the 60 s, 70 s, 80 s and 90 s. Rick Good had the song names on the Tv s, so you could enjoy the music and concentrate on your Bingo sheet. Prizes were given to 6 lucky winners. Artisans of Tidewater Marilyn Drange Please join us for the Tidewater Artisans Holiday Show on Sunday, November 1st at the Amenity Center from 1 Pm to 4 Pm. The Artisans will have fine art and crafted items for sale. These include pottery, watercolor, pastels and acrylic paintings, fused glass, wood carvings, hand crafted cards, children's apparel, and hand-painted fabrics they have created for holiday purchase. The money received from refreshments and the raffle will go to support a local charity. marylou Convery and marilyn Drange will offer a Creative Card making Workshop on monday, November 30, 2015 at the Amenity Center beginning at 10 Am. This class will focus on a Christmas theme. The cost of this class is $5.00. Previous artistic experience is not necessary to have fun! Contact marylou Convery by November 20th at or via at if you are interested in participating in this workshop. Join the fun sharing, networking and exchanging ideas with neighbors! Artisan of the Month Marilyn Drange The November Artisan of the Month is Glenda Gunter. Glenda has been creating and sewing since her jr. high school days. She graduated from East Carolina University with a major in what was then known as Home Economics. Glenda s love of creating continued when she had three children of her own. Today her grandchildren tell their parents, mamadoll (aka Glenda) can make it, and then she begins a new creation. Her favorites are hair bows, tutus, superhero reversible capes and her famous teepees. Glenda loves making original wreaths for all seasons and occasions. She recently started monogramming, and her daughter informed her that a name or initial doesn t have to be on everything! See Glenda s exhibit during the month of November in the lobby of the Tidewater Grille Clubhouse. Tastebuds for Winter 2016 Marty Turnauer Do you like to eat, laugh, tell or hear 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. many new and lasting friendships have been made via Tastebuds. If I can answer any concerns you may have about Tastebuds, please me at or call Groups will be formed by January 5th. Hope you will join us. Tidewater Golf Shop Michele Marlowe, Tidewater Golf Club The Golf Shop is now taking orders for Christmas ornaments. Tidewater Committees and Chairpersons Budget and Finance - Eileen Chambers Communications - Pam mulcahy (monthly newsletter, e-blasts, welcome committee) Cathy Weiss will continue to oversee the Web updates and annual telephone directory. Design Review Board - David Chambers Government Liaison - Jim Hulen Information and Technology - Greg Solowey Insurance - marlin Dawdy 6 Investment - Brian Burton Natural Resource Committee - Ann Lippincott Promotions - Bill Pearson Property - Lynne Remedios Recreation - mary Jane Bilicki Rules and Regulations - Jules Jaget Security - Jim muirhead

7 Below is a picture and they will also be available in other colors. To pre-order your ornament please stop by the Golf Shop and sign up or you can either or call michele marlowe at or The price is $9.95, and Players Card discount will apply. TIDEWATER WOMEN BOWLERS Barbara Lefke On Wednesday, October 7th, the bowling season began for 16 of the participants. Bowling is open to anyone who would like to have a few laughs and lots of fun. The cost is $7 for 3 games at Little River Lanes at 10 Am each Wednesday through the end of march. If you have not yet signed up, me at Pictured are: marty Fields, Rose Prady, Diane Bokel, Carol Haggerty, Bunny Lanahan, Barb Lefke, Joan Zimmer, Audrey Poole, Diane Williams, Connie muirhead, Blair Hubbard, Ellen Simpson, Betty Kraemer, maryjane Bilicki, Kathy Hughes, Sue Taylor. Tidewater Plantation Community Association Grille News Reservation Phone Number HOT OFF THE GRILLE We are open daily for lunch from 11 AM to 3 PM and for dinner every Friday from 5 PM to 9 PM. November Events: Friday, November 6th Happy Hour-Recreation Committee hosting Karaoke 6 Pm 9 Pm Wednesday, November 11th Red Cups Golf (noon shotgun) followed by dinner Friday, November13th Dart League 6 Pm 9 Pm Thursday, November 19th Wheel Night Buffet 5:30 Pm 8 Pm Friday, November 20th Dart League 6 Pm 9 Pm Friday, November 27th Dart League 6 Pm 9 Pm New Year s Eve Dinner at The Tidewater Grille Cocktails begin at 6:30 Pm (cash bar) Dinner will be served at 7 Pm (2 choices rib eye steak or chicken cordon bleu) with salad, vegetable and rolls. Cost is $25 pp (tax and gratuity not included). Please call the Grille at for reservations. Policy Reminder -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 7

8 Tidewater Plantation Community Association PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID N MYRTLE BEACH SC Permit # Spinnaker Drive North Myrtle Beach, SC Address Service Requested November 2015 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Fri day Saturday Happy 7 Artisan s Holiday Show, Amenity Ctr Teal Lake 3: Salute to the 6:00 Amenity Ctr Free Seminar:How Creative Card Making 10:00 Amenity Ctr. Cassels Bldg. Red Cups Golf (noon shotgun) and The Grille BOD 1:00 Amenity Ctr. Wheel Night 5:30-8 The Grille 6:00 the Grille, with Rec. Comm. hosting Karaoke 6-9 PM Dart League 6-9 The Grille Not to Be a Victim Amenity Ctr Dart League The Grille Dart League 6-8:30 The Grille Holy Trinity School Golf Tournament 9:00 AM Shotgun Start The Grille closes 3:00 PM for their Awards Reception Annual Christmas Boat Regatta on the Intracoastal Waterway 7pm Every Monday Art: 10am 3pm Amenity Center Artisan Creative Café Third Monday of the Month 10 am - 3 pm Amenity Center Cardio & Tone Tu/Thu/Sat 11:30 Amenity Center Every Friday: Mahjong 9:30 am Amenity Center

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