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1 June 2017 TIDEWATER PLANTATION Community Association President s Message Cathy Weis, President Great news! Your Board and Property Management company are proud to inform you that Tidewater has received the Blue Ribbon Community Award from the Community Associations Institute (CAI). We do not know of any other communities in North Myrtle Beach that have received the award, but we are sure they will be applying for it when they hear that Tidewater received this honor! To get more details about the award read the article written by Roger Quinn which appears on page nine in this newsletter. I know many of you are wondering about the status of the beach cabana parking lot. First, it took us quite a while to hire an engineering firm. The first firm we hired after interviewing several, chose to abandon the project due to bigger opportunities that were presented to them. So, we had to restart the search for a good engineering firm to lay out the plan according to the requirements of the city of North Myrtle Beach. Once we finally selected Castles Engineering it was December and we didn t have the first view of plans until January along with a completed Geotechnical Exploration Report. There were several decisions we had to make in January such as what NMB calls light pollution regarding fencing or shrubbery. At that point Castles began the process to get all the permits from NMB. While the permitting process was in progress we began soliciting bids. We approached eleven different companies, most of whom were not interested in bidding on such a small job. It seems everyone is busy these days. We received a bid that was higher than we wanted so we What s Inside President s Message.... Page 1 Board Notes... Page 2 Condo Corner... Page 3 Design Review Board... Page 5 Recreation Committee... Page 7 Tide Chart.... Page 10 Business Directory... Page 10 Calendar... Page 16 Designed and published by Community Directories & Newsletters (800) asked Castles to create a second plan whereby we would just level the land and cover it with stone in hopes that the cost would be lower. It was not. So we made the decision to move forward with the original asphalt/paving plan. By this time it was April. As of now all the permitting has been received and we are on Coastal Asphalt s schedule. They will begin the work in June. We were hoping to have the lot ready for this summer, but it is looking like it will be fall before we will be able to use it. We all regret the time it has taken, but we are confident you will all be happy with the additional parking. I know several of you were caught in the traffic due to the terrible fatal accident that occurred on Little River Neck Road (LRNR) in late April. What a tragedy! Incredibly, at that same time, we had just completed work on a letter to be sent to NMB and Horry County officials about the need for making LRNR an overlay zone and to request lower density zoning for any new developments along the neck. An overlay zone would require all new developers to install left and right turn lanes (like we have at Tidewater) so that vehicles can make their turns while allowing others to pass by. We also would like to see all new developments zoned at a lower density than is in the current NMB plan. To review this letter and our full position paper regarding LRNR, just sign into tidewaterplantation.org and look under Latest News in the left hand menu. A special thanks goes out to the Government Committee, in particular Jim Hulen and Ann Lippincott for their help in creating the letter. Another government meeting your Board attended recently was regarding the pollution studies of Hog Inlet and Dunn Sound. This may be better known to you as the Cherry Grove Inlet which is the marsh area on the Bluff s side of Tidewater. Waccamaw Regional Governance, Horry County and North Myrtle Beach joined forces to conduct a study to determine the level of fecal chloroform in the inlet and the source of that pollution. Sources could be: septic/sewer leakage, pet waste, wild life waste, feral cats and legacy systems. The inlet was divided into seven zones starting to the north at Waites Island and going south below Tidewater to Sea Mountain Highway. The results of the study should be complete by the time this newsletter is in your hands. The solutions to address the pollution could be many things such as picking up after pets, catching and neutering feral cats, collecting rain in rain barrels (with DRB approval), planting oyster reefs PLEASE call 911. Please do not call the Watchman at the Tidewater Gatehouse for medical emergencies 1

2 (obviously a job for the city or county) and of course repairing leaking septics or sewer lines. We will keep you informed of results as we receive them. The Emergency Strategic Plan developed for Tidewater calls for the implementation of a Good Samaritan Watch Program. This will be a group of volunteers who after a hurricane, will help to check on houses where residents evacuated or are not at home and to check on residents who might have stayed. They will report damages to the homeowner and to Property Management. We need volunteers so if you are interested contact Susan Strickland at or call her at Please note this is on a volunteer basis and by no means are we encouraging people to stay when evacuation is recommended. We will be conducting an anonymous speed test to determine if we have a speeding problem, where it is and what to do about it. You may see our Watchman service with a radar gun, but there will be no recording of license plates; this is a completely anonymous test. By the time you read this, our proxy vote decision to allow the Association to begin collecting two assessment payments from all new housing or property purchases should be final as a second meeting requiring a 20% quorum will have been held in mid-may. Enjoy your summer! BOARD NOTES Roger Quinn, Secretary At the regular meeting of the TPCA Board of Directors held on Thursday, May 4, the following actions were taken: Items Ratified at Meeting The Board approved a proposal from Coastal Asphalt in the amount of $85, to construct a parking lot at the beach cabana; denied an appeal of an owner for a pet violation in the amount of $300; upheld an appeal for a combined lot owner who has met DRB Standards in regard to their lot maintenance. FirstService Residential Message Susan Strickland, CMCA, AMS, PCAM Medical Emergencies: If you are experiencing a medical emergency, PLEASE call 911. Please do not call the Watchman at the Tidewater Gatehouse for medical emergencies. Opt-out Program A recent audit was completed on the Two-tiered Opt-out Program. Below is a reminder of the policy and how the program works. Two-tiered Opt-out Program: 1. Mowing: Property owners may elect to opt out of mowing of grass/sod in the frontage/right-of-way area between the curb and their property line by the TPCA contracted landscaping service. 2. Mowing, Fertilization, Edging, Aeration, Weed and Pest Control: Property owners may elect to opt out of all TPCA contracted landscaping services (mowing, fertilization, edging, aeration, and weed and pest control) and assume all responsibility for the maintenance of the right-of-way area between the curb and their property line. Opt-out Designation Blocks: Mowing: For those owners opting out of contracted mowing services, two (2) green landscape blocks are available at the property management office. Mowing, fertilization, edging, aeration, weed and pest control: For owners opting out of all TPCA-contracted landscaping services, two (2) green blocks with a gold stripe are available at the property management office. The number of blocks for each property shall be limited to two (2) blocks, which are to be placed at each side of the right-of-way area, adjacent to the curb, to signify that the landscaping service not mow (green blocks) or not provide any landscaping services (green blocks with gold stripe) for that frontage grass. There are still numerous owners who are not placing their blocks in the correct location or have more than two (2) blocks installed. 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 The blocks are to be placed at each side of the right-of-way area, by the curb and each property shall be limited to two (2) blocks. Please do not place them in any other location other than what is approved per the policy. Vacant Lot Owners Spring has sprung and vacant lots are reaching their maximum growth of 24 inches. Please make sure your lot is in compliance. Please keep in mind that regular inspections of the community are ongoing. Reminder Our office staff is here to assist you. We can be reached at Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM, excluding holidays. Reminders Regularly Scheduled Meetings Board Meeting Thursday, June the Amenity 1 PM DRB Meeting First and 3rd Monday of each month (Closed meeting) Condo Corner CLUBHOUSE VILLAS Kendall Benjamin, Association Manager Sherry Mador, Administrative Coordinator MEETING DATES FOR THE YEAR 2017, all to commence at 9 AM at the Cassels Building. Board Meetings: Monday July 17th, and Monday, October 16th Our monthly assessments are our property value insurance. When we reach for our checkbook and write out our monthly assessment check, the first thoughts that come to mind are usually the same ones that possess us whenever we are obligated to meet our responsibilities. After all, one bill is usually just as unwelcome as any other, right? Wrong! Living in a planned community offers many advantages not available to homeowners in the community-at-large. But probably one of the biggest advantages comes in the protection to our property values that community association living provides. Rules and Regulations, Architectural guidelines, CC&Rs, By-Laws and state and federal statutes were designed to protect our interests by regulating many of the nuisances that usually chew away at property values. Consider this: the same developer builds the same model of home, one in a planned community and the other in a typical residential neighborhood. The difference between the two homes is the difference in property values. A difference in the tens of thousands of dollars! So, the next time you write out that assessment check, don t feel like you re just paying another bill. Your monthly assessment is an investment in your community that will be recouped when you decide to sell. Consider it protection on your investment just as your insurance premiums protect your investments in your car, home or life. TIDEWATER PLANTATION COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Lighthouse Point Villas Homeowners Association Kendall Benjamin, Association Manager Sherry Mador, Administrative Coordinator 2017 MEETING DATES: all to commence at 9 AM at the Cassels Building. Board Meetings, Friday September 8th and Friday November 10th Guidelines for Calling our Management Company after-hours After regular business hours, our Management Company has a very efficient emergency response system in place in order to respond to appropriate emergencies. These are situations that can cause the damage to property. Our Management Company can do little about your neighbor s dog barking at 3 AM, but a call to the neighbor or, as a last resort, to the local police about the disturbance may help get immediate attention. The best way for this kind of a situation to be handled in the long term, is for you and your other affected neighbors to report it in writing to the Board of Directors in care of Management, Atalaya Property Management, Inc., 525 6th Avenue South, North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, 29597, after calling the local police. Prowlers and vandals are best handled by the local law enforcement officials. That is not to say that the Board or Management does not want to know about this activity. They do, in order to monitor the community, but the quickest, most effective response and enforcement will come from the police or sheriff s department. However, if a broken common area sprinkler or irrigation timer is threatening property, the Management Company should be notified so that the landscape contractor can be called to solve the problem. A rule of thumb to remember when determining whether or not to call the Management Company after-hours is that if the property threatening situation can be addressed by one of the Association s contractors, and if not reported immediately will cause personal or property damage, then call. After hours on-call personnel will be notified and the situation addressed. Remember, our Board of Directors and Management depend upon the eyes and ears of the community to make sure that all of the community s needs are met. Please don t hesitate to contact Management during normal business hours at with any questions you may have about the after-hours policy. Teal Lake Village Chelsa Fenner, Community Manager Summer is right around the corner. As another reminder, the buildings being painted in 2017 are: 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 & 21. This process is ongoing and should last a couple of months. The Association will be having all dryer vents cleaned at the end of July by a company called ResQ, Inc. This should take about 1-2 weeks for completion. The pest control for 2017 will be on the following Fridays: August 4th and November 3rd. Please mark your calendars accordingly. 3

4 Recently we have noticed many owners feeding the ducks around the ponds with an abundance of bread. While this is a fun activity, feeding large amounts of bread to ducks is actually unhealthy and potentially dangerous. Carbohydrates, such as bread, are basically a junk food for birds. This can lead to excessive weight and malnutrition. It should be offered in extreme moderation. Too much bread and other carbohydrates can lead to duckling malnutrition (young ducklings need natural plants and insect protein to mature properly), overcrowding (where an easy food source is abundant, more birds will flock to our area and will begin laying eggs in the area, and could even lead to territorial aggression), pollution and unwanted pests (supplies of food leftover from ducks will attract other unwelcome pests such as rats, mice and insects. These pests can also harbor additional diseases that can be dangerous to humans and threatening to other wildlife). So we ask, if you are going to feed the ducks, please feed them in moderation. 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, Community Manager In April, the Board met for their regular scheduled meeting. The following items were discussed: Our Board member, Ed Spence, has resigned due to the sale of his unit and Linda Fechtenburg was appointed by the Board to fill his position until his term expires in July; the trash enclosure is still ongoing and should be completed shortly; the front entrance landscaping was updated and all pine straw was refreshed around the property; the Board discussed taking care of walkway stains and removing cobwebs from the corners of the building and doing a general cleanup. During the month of May, the Call for Candidates was mailed out to all residents. The Board will be filling three positions in July of 2017 and we encourage you to run for a position on the Board. This is a great way to get involved with the community and meet fellow owners. Please note that these applications are due by Tuesday, June 6. The Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, July 8th at 10 AM in the Cassels Building. Everyone should be receiving their formal notice this month, along with a proxy. Please remember to send in your proxy. This will ensure we have a quorum to conduct business. We hope many of you can attend in person. We recently noticed large items being placed by the dumpsters in Heron Lake. Large items should not be put in the dumpster area with the assumption that the city will pick them up. The only thing that should be disposed of in the dumpster area is bagged trash. The city will pick these large 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 a pickup 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 For 2017 the pest control dates are on the following Fridays: June 2nd, 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 Design Review Board Ray Oksala, Member-at-Large Over the past several months, members of the DRB have been updating sections of the property landscaping policies and tree removal policies as they are presented in Design Review Board Standards, Volumes I and II. The following summaries present a brief overview of the changes to these documents. Tree removal language in both Standards I and II has been revised to clarify that the policy applies to both improved and unimproved lots. Stumps on improved lots must be ground down to a minimum of two inches below ground level and stumps on unimproved lots, must be cut to ground level (Volumes I and II, Section I). Exterior Non-House Items: Wording has been clarified for the review and approval requirements for new landscaping and for re-landscaping of existing installations. The list of accepted exterior furniture and fixtures has been updated (Volume II, Section V). TIDEWATER COMMITTEES AND CHAIRPERSONS Budget and Finance Eileen Chambers Communications Pam Mulcahy (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 When designing a landscape plan for new construction or for the re-landscaping of existing property the plan must include right-of-way grass per the Tidewater right-of-way policy (Restoration and Maintenance of Roadway Right-of-Way Areas on Individual and TPCA Common Properties) that was approved in November 2014 by the TPCA BOD. The list of accepted trees, shrubs, ground covers and vines has been completely updated and now uses common rather than botanical names. The list of recommended sizes for plantings has been clarified (Landscape Planning and Landscape Modification Criteria, Volume I, Section IX and Volume II, Section VI). All proposed plants and shrubs must be listed on the landscaping plan. Any requested plants, which are not included in the list of approved plants, will be considered for approval by the DRB at the time of landscape plan submission. Other changes to keep in mind when preparing landscaping plans is the requirement to include the location of additional site elements such as enclosures, permanently fixed lawn furniture, swings, etc. DRB Meetings for the month of June will be held on the first and third Mondays. Remember, applications must be received one week prior to a scheduled meeting in order to assure being included on the next meeting s agenda. Courtyard Park - $ 10,119 First entrance $1,758 Remove juniper from center island and plant Liriope - $1,458 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $300 Second entrance - $2,486 Remove Juniper in center island and left side of entrance add Liriope in center island and seasonal flower bed on left side of entrance - $2,286 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $200 Interior Island (in front of lots ) $150 Remove Junipers, install pine straw (no irrigation in this area) Cul-de-sac area - $2,325 Plant grouping of Pittisporum in wall alcove and extend shrubs along wall about half way to end of wall - $1,575 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $750 Park Area - $3,400 Replace sod from existing thriving turf area down toward first entrance to corner of wall. Back edge of turf bed to be scalloped along park/tree area - $3,200 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $200 DRB Membership The Design Review Board (DRB) is currently recruiting for a new member, as well as developing a slate of candidates for future appointment as terms expire or vacancies occur. We would like to hear from anyone in the Tidewater community who might be interested in serving on the DRB. Our Board regularly meets twice per month, usually on the first and third Monday of each month. Inspections occur during the morning with the formal meeting occurring in the afternoon. Periodic meetings and inspections may be required between regular meeting dates, depending on requirements relating to pending projects, etc. Interested property owners may send a brief statement outlining their qualifications and reasons for their interest in serving as a DRB member to by no later than Saturday, July 15. Natural Resources Committee Ann Lippincott By now, you will have noticed that Phoenix Landscaping Management is performing all of the spring services, including the annual planting at the main entrances and treatment/ fertilization of the right-of-way and other common areas. In addition, contracts have been signed and plants ordered for the 2017 re-landscaping projects which are: Topsail $18,486 Replant island end-to-end on Spinnaker side with alternating beds of shrubs and Asiatic Jasmine with sod beds around (2) storm drain basins - $16,736 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $1,750 Frinks Court - $1,950 Replace sod where irrigation currently exists Continue use of pine straw from irrigated area down to woods line Spinnaker Basketball Court Area - $3,570 Re-sod ROW from basketball court down toward the- Amenity Center, remove existing Wax Myrtles around court and plant Ligustrum, left of court, create scalloped bed with several ornamental grasses to match Tidewater Ridge entrance, pine straw as needed - $3,150 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $420 Spinnaker Pump Station at pond - $7,200 Left side: additional Ligustrums staggered between existing Ligustrums and add sod on right side to replace pine straw, re-sod ROW to light pole - $5,700 Irrigation adjustments as necessary - $1,500 5

6 Opt-Out of Contracted Landscaping Services Recently, the management staff performed a community-wide inspection of those properties that are opted out of contracted right-of-way (ROW) landscaping services. Through that effort, it was discovered that owners are placing counterfeit blocks in the right-of-way areas without registering as an opted-out property. The NRC would like to take this opportunity to explain the importance of registering with management as an opted-out property as stated below: An accurate listing of opted-out properties must be maintained because the number of properties opted out could affect the landscaping contract scope of services cost factor relative to ROW maintenance. Owners are required to sign an affidavit committing to adequate maintenance of their opted-out ROWs for the protection of neighboring properties due to the close proximity of lots. The size, style, number and placement of the TPCA-issued blocks (one at each side property line immediately behind the curbing) is specifically defined so as to minimize the aesthetic impact of the markers and for consistent recognition and adherence by landscaping crews. Your compliance with the Opt-Out Policy is appreciated. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the NRC at Communications Committee Pam Mulcahy, Chairperson 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. Government Liaison Committee Jim Hulen, Chairperson Safety on Little River Neck Road Many of you were caught in that terrible incident April 22nd that took the life of a person that was apparently visiting friends on the Neck and lost her life on the way home. So tragic! All of us should take accidents on Little River Neck Road (LRNR) personally. There are only 3000 men, women and children that live on the neck; 2000 this side of Hill Street. If someone is on the road at night, they either live here, are visiting someone that lives here or are going to bible studies, choir practice or evening services at our local churches. These people that die or are injured are known to us or our neighbors. Because we live on a long cul-de-sac, they are not just traveling through. Your safety concerns are very real and the BOD and the Government Liaison Committee take them very seriously. We are very actively working with a community group composed of Tidewater residents and our neighbors along the Neck to improve safety along LRNR. As you are aware, LRNR is a state road and comes under the jurisdiction of the State, the County and the City of North Myrtle Beach. The solutions are politically complicated in nature and we are building as wide a base of support as possible. Both North Myrtle Beach Councilmen Bob Cavanaugh and Fred Coyne are very supportive of our efforts and have attended our meetings. We will soon be reaching out to Horry County Chair, Mark Lazarus and Councilman Harold Worley. At our last meeting we had a guest speaker, Mark Hoeweler, who is responsible for allocating Federal transportation dollars and coordinating transportation planning in Williamsburg, Georgetown, Horry and Brunswick Counties. While funding for widening the road is not likely in any near term he gave us some avenues to pursue. We will be looking into those. While not immediately addressing the type of accident that impacted many of you on that April Saturday, the most recent action your Board has taken is submitting a petition to the City and County to change the way they allow developers of new housing projects to intersect LRNR. We are asking and have the support of leaders among our LRNR neighbors who continue to garner support for the petition, to require right and left turn and acceleration lanes on all new projects - both residential and commercial. Turn and acceleration lanes would facilitate community access without disrupting through traffic, provide additional lanes which could help to avoid and/or lessen traffic back-up at accident sites, and alleviate the chance of accidents due to slowed traffic accessing developments. Many of you have asked how you can help. Be aware of the position paper that is on the Tidewater website that describes the political and structural environment we face living here on the Neck. It is designed to provide a common, consistent and comprehensive understanding of issues that affect our quality of life including safety. It will be helpful to you when talking about concerns with political leaders. It can be found under the 6

7 Latest News link. If you are aware of issues or factors it does not address, please let us know. If you are not a member of one of the political clubs, consider doing so. Register and vote. It doesn t matter how you vote. Politicians respond to the communities that have large numbers of voters. If you know members of your City and County Council, whenever you see them remind them of the hazardous situation we have out here. them and express your concerns about what happened that April night. As we progress, we will be keeping Tidewater residents appraised through our system and the Newsletter. It is regrettable what many of you went through in the aftermath of that accident, but thanks for asking how you can help. John Mouco Hear Ye!! Hear Ye!! All Tidewater Residents and Supporters of our Tournament There is just one (1) month left to take advantage of the reduced price of $145 for early registration. This year there will be a welcome goodie bag, more prizes, a $50,000 shootout on the 9th hole and a $400 Closest to the Pin or $25,000 Hole in One on the 18th hole. We have 3 divisions: Men, Women and Mixed. We welcome back all players from previous years and ask you to invite others to join us for the fun and prizes. The charities we sponsor are North Strand Helping Hands, North Strand Housing Shelter, SOS Autism Health Care, LRMC s Miles for Smiles and the Folds Of Honor. Take advantage of the special pricing for entries paid before July 1st. Registration forms are on the TCTC website or you can get one by contacting me at or (843) We look forward to your support again this year. Recreation Committee Suzanne Crouch, Secretary Swing into Summer at the Beach!! Check out our free outdoor concerts! Bring your beach chair and beverage of choice. Enjoy an evening in the neighborhood with family and friends. All concerts are held in front of the Amenity Center on Sunday evenings from 6-8 PM. A snack will be served at 5:30 PM before each concert. Continuing dates are as follows: Sunday, June 11th Parrot Party (Jimmy Buffett tunes) Subs will be served. Calling all Parrot Heads.! Sunday, July 9th Please note change. The Paul Grimshaw Band! (Oldies and Classic Rock) Hot dogs are on tap! (The scheduled band Atwater cancelled for Sunday, July 2nd. Another band and date had to be chosen.) Upcoming Summer Events: Beach Cabana Happy Hours continue Friday, June 2nd from 6-8 PM. Enjoy the beach sunset and share your appetizer or dessert with friends and neighbors. BYOB. Additional happy hour dates at the beach include Fridays, July 7th, August 4th, and September 8th. Hope to see you there! Shag lessons Thursday, June 8th at the Amenity Center! Lessons from 7-9 PM given by Paul McTaggart are free to the Tidewater community. No sign up needed. A little swing and rumba will be thrown in as well! Put on your dancing shoes and Let s Dance! Trivia is back! First question what year did Trivia begin?? On Wednesday, June 21st, the Recreation Committee will host Trivia with Scott from Overtime at the AMENITY CENTER. Doors open at 5 PM. Trivia begins at 6 PM. Please note changes in format below: All reservation requests and questions should be sent via to Harriette Nichols at If the reservation is for 10 people, only one person (the captain ) needs to Harriette. Ten people max per table. With less than 10 people, Harriette and include the number of people and the captain s name. You will be assigned a table. A confirmation will be sent from Harriette to each captain. Each table will be responsible for their own food and drink. The Recreation Committee will provide plates, napkins, silverware and ice. Hope to see you there! (Oh, by the way, Trivia started in 1979!) 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. Period dress is encouraged! The Tidewater Recreational Committee pool party is an annual hit with residents. It is a relaxed and fun way to spend a hot August night in SC under the stars. Not to be missed! Get your reservations in early using the Reservation Procedure below. (No reserved tables for this event.) The reservation deadline is Thursday, July 31st. Please contact Sue Crouch at , Helen Ashby at , or Cindy Kelly at with any questions. Hope to see you there! Future Plans: The Talent Show is scheduled for Thursday, October 19th - Plenty of time to get your act together!! Do you sing, dance, lip sync, do stand- up comedy or just feel the need for applause?? Please Ellen McShera at or call her at to get involved in this fun activity! 7

8 Dancing with the Troops Sunday, November 11th- with the Fat Jack Duo to provide entertainment! Trim the Tree Friday, December 1st NYE! Catered dinner at the Amenity Center by A&A with music and dancing provided by Gary Lowder and Smokin Hot Band. 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! Reservation Procedure: 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: The Sunset Cruise to Ocean Isle was a sell out!! The night was perfect for a boat ride down the ICW, and both dining options considered to be winners. Thanks to Denise Oliphant for her efforts to coordinate this event! Artisans of Tidewater Marilyn Drange Join the Artisans and make your own glass window. Marylou Convery and Marilyn Drange will demonstrate how to create a Faux Stained Glass Window on Monday, June 26th at the Amenity Center from 12 PM till 3 PM. Nothing is prettier than the sun streaming through your handmade glass window! It s simple to create using mosaic glass, sea glass, pebbles, shells and or glass paint. What will you choose to create? The cost of the workshop is $10.00 plus supplies. Please RSVP Marilyn Drange via by Thursday, June 15th to receive a slide show of ideas and the supply list. Join the fun, unwind and express yourself. Remember no dues, no rules, just neighbors sharing, networking and exchanging ideas! Artisan of the Month: Pat Semen Pat Semen is this month s featured Artisan of the Month. Pat fell in love with Tidewater from the moment she drove in for their commitment to preserving its natural beauty. She bought one of the first three models and moved into her home in 1991 to Last year she happily moved back into a condo. Pat became interested in art watching her big brother paint when she was six years old. She pestered him until he finally relented and from then on she was hooked on drawing and painting horses. Pat loves painting, good movies, artistic challenges, and travel. She still enjoys working with Lenox as a designer and has worked with Franklin Mint, Ashton Drake, and the Hamilton Collection designing and prototyping dolls and tabletop accessories. See Pat s exhibit during the month of June in the lobby of the Tidewater Grille Clubhouse! 8

9 Welcome Tidewater Neighbors Pam Mulcahy, Chairperson Please join us in welcoming our new neighbors to the community! Randall & Lyn Keefer 1223 Spinnaker Dr. From Columbus, OH Penny Chimile 1223 Trisail Lane From Aliquippa, PA Jeff & Carla Brown 1221 Tidewater Drive, Unit 913 From Fayetteville, NC Kelly & Matt Gurrola 1221 Tidewater Drive, Unit 2312 From Springfield, VA Cecilia & Kenneth Paul 1416 Lighthouse Drive From Severn, MD David & Mary Richter 1550 Spinnaker Drive, Unit 3134 From Conway, SC Eugene & Judy Haas 1551 Spinnaker Drive, Unit 5815 From Goosecreek, SC Annual Beau Rivage Golf Trip Barbara Lefke On Monday, May 1st, nine Tidewater women left the Plantation for Wilmington s Beau Rivage Golf Course. Golf for two days, great meals, fun games, and general camaraderie was enjoyed by all. Bambi (Lois Aldinger s daughter) won the first day s game, and Linda Willard won the game for day 2 as well as the trophy for fewest putts for the two days. Thanks to Lois Aldinger for planning the annual trip. Pictured from left to right: Sharon D Amato, Lois Aldinger, Bambi, Joann Nelson, Barb Lefke, Diane Bokel, Donna Wilt, Linda Willard, Kathy Turnauer. Thank You Barbara & Frank Quaglietta We would like to thank all of our neighbors for the outpouring of help and caring during the period when we lost my sister, Norma Freeman. Enough cannot be said about how much it meant to us. TIDEWATER PLANTATION COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Blue Ribbon Community Award Roger Quinn Congratulations Tidewater. The Community Associations Institute (CAI) recently designated Tidewater Plantation Community Association a Blue Ribbon Community. CAI is an international membership organization dedicated to building better communities. With more than 34,000 members, CAI works in partnership with 62 chapters worldwide. CAI members include association board members and other homeowner leaders, community managers, association management firms and other professionals. CAI s Blue Ribbon Community program recognizes communities that work hard to develop and maintain standards, encourage community participation, maintain fiscal stability and positively impact the quality of life for the residents. Dozens of communities applied for the award. A team of evaluators scored applications. A key benchmark was our successful transition to full homeowner control. The judges critique found Tidewater meets the criteria to join a prestigious group of community associations. This award was made possible by the combined efforts of Tidewater s committee volunteers. Pictured are Cathy Weis, TPCA President and Susan Strickland, Property Manager First Service Residential. These efforts not only add to the value of our homes, but they promote a better sense of community. 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 Grille News Reservation Phone Number Friday, June 2nd Happy Hour 5:30 to 8 PM Friday, June 9th Happy Hour 5:30 to 8 PM Friday, June 16th Happy Hour 5:30 to 8 PM Thursday, June 22 Wheel Night 5:30 to 8 PM *Reservations Required* Friday, June 23rd Happy Hour 5:30 to 8 PM Friday, June 30th Happy Hour 5:30 to 8 PM 9

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