The club has hosted two wonderful events so far in 2018. In February a delicious spaghetti dinner was served while guests were serenaded by Dean Martin. Unfortunately, we neglected to get pictures of the event, but it was a beautiful setting with all the lights. Our annual Easter Egg hunt and brunch was held in March with many happy kids searching the park to find hidden treasures (candy). Thanks to all who helped to make these events so successful and also to those who came to enjoy them. We are always looking for new ideas and volunteers so please feel free to contact us on this website or through the office with your suggestions.
Communication of events and notices remain one of the hardest challenges we face here in Shorecrest. In 2017 a new and improved web-page was introduced which includes a calendar of events that highlight upcoming events and a post event picture gallery. You can also use this web-page to email our office or Board of Directors with any questions or concerns. Check us out at www.shorecrestbeachclub.org
In 2017 Teresa Holcomb and the Saints Pantry Food Bank provided help to our neighbors in need through our Saturday food bank. In addition, a summer food program was set up that provided lunch to kids in need of a healthy meal. Last summer many lunches were served by our pool staff. In the fall a back-pack program supplied several kids in our neighborhood with school supplies and in December many wonderful Christmas gifts were donated. These are the kind of things that make us proud to be a part of the Shorecrest community. Thank you to those who helped make these programs such a success.
A delicious Thanksgiving dinner was served to around 100 of our community residents. A special thank you to the ladies pictured in the kitchen who made it all happen. L - R, Kris Ohm, Peggy Flom, Louann Davis, Connie West, Karen Schroeder, Sally Brooks, Marcia Jacobson. ( Pam Lau and Sue Hanson not pictured ).
A wonderful time was had by all at our 2017 SHOREFEST event! Thanks to everyone who helped pull it all together and thanks to those who came to enjoy it! Beautiful floral displays transformed the club house into a tropical paradise, a perfect place to enjoy a delicious pulled pork sandwich. Music by the “Union River Band” flowed throughout the venue while the kids enjoyed swimming, games, races and fun filled adventures on the Slip ‘n Slide. It takes a lot of people willing to volunteer their time and energy to create this fun community event, so again, a huge thank you to all of you who participated! Volunteers for future events are always welcome and appreciated! Enjoy the pictures!
Teresa Holcomb (front) Marcia Jacobson, Mike Jacobson, Karen Schroeder, Sally Brooks, LouAnn Davis, Sue Hoover, Larry Polumbo, Connie West and Steve Brooks.
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.