To celebrate the Chinese (lunar) new year, at the February ladies night out, Pam Lau and Amelia Savinova taught the group how to make wonton soup. It was fun and delicious to eat! Thank you ladies for all you do to make our neighborhood such a great place to live!!
The spaghetti dinner and BINGO made for an enjoyable evening with our shorecrest friends and neighbors. A special THANK YOU to Carolynne Brown, Janet Martini and Teresa Holcomb for preparing the delicious spaghetti dinner. Also thanks to Ameilia Savinova, Pam Lau, Marcia Jacobson and Peggy Flom for bringing the cookies. Be sure to check out the fun pictures (by Pam Lau) of the event. Stay dry and see you at our next event!
Friends and neighbors gathered at the community clubhouse for a Thanksgiving kick off to the holiday season. Once again, our “Turkey crew” created a lovely evening with beautiful decorations, delicious food, laughter, and Christmas Carols. Thank to all our volunteers who made this such a special event. It’s no easy task cooking for 100, but they did a wonderful job and it was so nice to see so many neighbors come to enjoy it. Check out the gallery for more photos from this event and have a wonderful holiday season!
Our September Ladies Night hosted a High Tea to welcome new neighbors to community. Various teas, sandwiches and desserts were served on beautiful china and the clubhouse decorated with beautiful flower bouquets picked from neighborhood gardens. Thanks to those who put so much effort into creating a lovely evening for the ladies in our neighborhood. The ladies group meets for a potluck dinner at 6PM the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the club house.
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.