Pool Closed for the Season


Burn Ban in Place

TEMPORARY COUNTY-WIDE OUTDOOR BURN RESTRICTIONS
EFFECTIVE 00:01 AM , June 26 – UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
  • The Mason County Community Development Director, as acting Fire Marshal, and in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs’ Association, has determined that current weather conditions within Mason County have created substantial fire dangers and that there is a need to enact restriction on outdoor burning to all lands regulated by Mason County. This burn restriction applies to OUTDOOR BURNING, including land clearing, yard debris, and permit burns; and does NOT include prohibition of attended recreational fires, charcoal briquette barbeques. The use of gas and propane barbeques will continue to be allowed under the restriction.

All Meetings and events are cancelled due to Covid 19.

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Teresa Holcomb

Special kudos to our very own Pool Manager, Teresa Holcomb, for making a difference in our Shorecrest community!  The article below highlights her admirable generosity.  We at Shorecrest thank you, Teresa, for donating so much time and effort to others! 

Mason General Hospital & Family Clinic’s (MGH & FC) Employee Teresa Holcomb Gives Back by Volunteering at Saints Pantry

 When MGH&FC began an initiative to help employees find a place to give back to their community through volunteerism, Registration Specialist Teresa Holcomb was drawn to Saints Pantry Food Bank in Shelton.

 She began volunteering in February by helping to organize supplies and fill boxes. Since that time, her duties have expanded twice. Now she operates a satellite food bank at the Shorecrest community clubhouse on Saturday mornings and helps manage a summer feeding program there for students whose parents can’t always provide daytime meals at home.

 

Holcomb said her interest in Saints Pantry stems from her own childhood pain.

“When I was growing up, my mom abandoned my sisters and I, and for three months, we were on our own. We had to figure out how to feed ourselves, so I have a connection with those who are hungry and need help,” said Holcomb.

She said what she likes most about her work at Saints Pantry is that people who come in really need the food and are appreciative of all they receive.

“Everyone is so grateful and they don’t take more than they need. If they are offered something they already have enough of, they will say, ‘I’m good; save that for someone else who needs it.’ It’s heartwarming to see that,” Holcomb said.

She explained the philosophy at Saints Pantry is to not look down on those who need services.

“No one judges you. It doesn’t matter if you are dirty, or whatever, you are a person: a human being worthy of dignity and respect,” she said.

Holcomb has also taken on the task of keeping her co-workers and supervisor involved with Saints Pantry.

“After the MGH&FC challenge ended, I picked up the ball and got my co-workers to continue donating food and helping in other ways. The hospital has supported me by working around my schedule at Saints Pantry, my boss and co-workers have donated a lot of food, and they let me talk at meetings to let them know what the current needs are at Saints Pantry,” said Holcomb.

She explained that summer is a low donation time for Saints Pantry because people are out enjoying the weather and donating is not always on their minds.

“Saints Pantry always needs to be rebuilding its food stock, even after a major food drive,” said Holcomb, adding that other needs include toilet paper and personal hygiene supplies.

“The problem isn’t going to go away, so we need people to continue donating food, especially in the summer,” she said.

For Holcomb, volunteering has become a way to honor a legacy given to her by her father, who stepped in and raised her after her mother left.

“My dad always said, “Put your hand down and pick someone else up,”, and giving back to the community by volunteering at Saints Pantry is her way to do just that.

For more information about Saints Pantry, visit their web site at http://www.saintspantry.org.

Activities Flyer

SHORECREST ACTIVITIES

THE POOL IS OPEN!! Weather permitting the Family swim hours are 1-7PM weekdays and Noon – 7PM weekends. Quiet swim time is Tuesday through Friday from 11:00 AM– 1:00 PM.

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Calendar

22 Sep 2021;
07:00PM - 10:00PM
Men’s Poker night
28 Sep 2021;
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Working Board Meeting
29 Sep 2021;
07:00PM - 10:00PM
Men’s Poker night
05 Oct 2021;
10:00AM - 11:59PM
Architectural Committee Meeting

Latest News

SHORECREST ACTIVITIES UPDATE:

Our Shorecrest friends and neighbors seemed to have enjoyed the return of our outdoor events this spring and summer. The pool parties were so fun with the weather perfect and Shorefest did not disappoint as we witnessed brave young souls slippin’ down the water slide. That is when they weren’t busy checking out our new playground equipment or beating those cute pinatas. Thank-you to the wonderful volunteers here in Shorecrest who donated so much time and energy to our activities. We have many talented neighbors

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"SHOREFEST FIESTA" COMING SOON....

Our annual Shorefest is scheduled for Saturday August 21st.  This year we are planning a Fiesta party with a full day of activities planned.  There will be live music featuring local talent from our neighborhood  and we will be serving delicious Mexican cuisine from 1 -4pm.  Games for all ages will be set up including the return of our Giant 75 ft slip and slide and of course the pool will be open.  Mark your calendars!! We hope to see all our Shorecrest friends and neighbors there!

Spring clean-up

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

DAHLIA PLANTING AT THE COMMUNITY GARDEN WITH SHORECREST KIDS

 On Saturday, May 1, 2021 from 9-11am, we invite Shorecrest kids from 8-16 years of age to help plant dahlias in the Connie West Community Garden.  Expect to learn from local gardeners about Dahlias, and how to plant them from local gardeners and then we will actually plant dahlias in the garden.  
 
 Wear clean gloves, a mask, and bring a trowel if you have one. 
 
All participants will follow Washington State University Guidelines for Community Gardens distancing and wearing masks to keep safe and healthy!
 
Face Masks Required

Thanksgiving Baskets


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!

Board of Directors

Mike Jacobson
President

Greg Clark
Vice President.

Ken Shelton
Secretary

Bill Mackelwich
Trustee

Tracey McGlothlin
Treasurer

Craig Larson
Trustee

Janet Martini
Trustee

Shorecrest Beach Club Mission Statement

Shorecrest Beach Club Mission Statement: Enhance the quality of life for our community.

Shorecrest Beach Club Vision Statement: Build a safe and desirable place in which to live and enjoy the benefits of family, friends, and neighbors.

Shorecrest Beach Club Value Statement: Actively promote and encourage membership participation along with supporting initiatives and capital improvements that benefit the greater good of the community.

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Shorecrest Beach Club
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40 E. Evergreen Lane
WA 98584
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shorecrestbeachclub.org

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  • Tuesday through Friday - 10:00 to 2:00
  • Closed - Saturday, Sunday and Monday

Fall and winter hours will be in effect starting october 1st 2021

  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:30am to 2:00pm
  • Thursday from 9:30am to 12:00pm


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