For the most part the Spring clean-up was a great success. Sixty-seven loads of garbage and trash were brought to the clubhouse. There was more garbage than we had room for and by noon on Sunday both bins and both trailers had been filled. Unfortunately, later more garbage was not only left there, but the dumpster lids vandalized. If anyone has any information regarding this, please contact the office. This was very disappointing and hard to understand why some people feel the need to ruin a good thing for everyone.
DAHLIA PLANTING AT THE COMMUNITY GARDEN WITH SHORECREST KIDS
A favorite time for us to gather as a community has been to share our traditional Thanksgiving feast. Unfortunately due to the continued pandemic we were not been able to have that special event this year. But, thanks to generous friends and neighbors, our office manager, Carolynne, was able to pull together a Thanksgiving food basket for 16 less fortunate families in Shorecrest! That's a lot of turkeys and fixin's! Thank you to all the Shorecrest members who donated food and money and a special thank you to Carolynne who made it all happen. What a great neighborhood we live in!
As you have probably noticed, the Shorecrest garden team has been hard at work creating a wonderful garden for our community. Thank you to everyone on the team for donating your time and expertise, and a special thank you to our local garden expert, Ameilia Savinova, who has piloted this project. Since becoming involved in our garden, Amelia has gone on to become a Master Gardener and her vision to expand Shorecrest’s community garden is taking shape. She has done a great job bringing members together on the project. The new garden is now the “Connie West Community Garden” in memory of its previous caretaker who spent many hours developing and nurturing a place for the community to access fresh produce.
Due to Covid-19 we will be practicing safe pool conduct.
Only one family (group) at a table – no more than 6 people.
Facemasks must be worn when checking in to the pool area.
Keep a safe distance (6 feet) from other tables or groups of