Friday night, June 7, board of directors member Courtney Bergman chaired Kick Off to Summer. This free family event featured EZ Cheesy, Benito’s, Six is a Ness and Mr. Softee food trucks and the “How to Train Your Dragon 3” movie.
Stevie Mac provided music. Dream Weaver provided face painting, a magician and balloons. The social committee thanks Plantation Lakes resident and Custom Homes Consulting owner Steven Quickery for generously sponsoring this event.
Over the past four months, many leaks along with the waterfalls were repaired in both Plantation Lakes pools per Jay Busby, director-at-large. Railings were replaced. The lower pool requires draining as the bottom must be redone. This correction is expected to take a couple days. The upper pool is open.
Plantation Lakes’ water aerobics fun classes are held Monday – Friday at 8:45 a.m. all summer. These free, weather-permitting fun classes are for Plantation Lakes residents only. Guests must be accompanied by their resident host. Registration is unnecessary. Bring noodles and water weights.
The June 6 board of directors meeting was canceled due to the lack of a quorum.
Friday, June 7, a 16-year-old Plantation Lakes female with no driver’s license drove five others in a golf cart and knocked down the Oxbow street sign at Shoreward. Three were taken to the hospital, one by ambulance. Hope they were not seriously injured.
The state trooper issued four citations. Underage and/or drivers without licenses are dangerous for other vehicles, pedestrians and themselves.
South Carolina Code of Laws Section 56-2-105, golf cart permit and operation states that the golf cart operator must be at least 16 years old and hold a valid driver’s license in his/her possession with proof of liability insurance.
Law Section 56-2-4000 states there is a penalty of up to $100 or up to 30 days in prison for disobeying this law.
Plantation Lakes clubhouse is the venue for all committee and club meetings.
By Monday, June 17, RSVP to spirited hostesses Donna Rosenberry at 843-582-3741 or Virginia Godwin at 502-939-8329 with your entrée selection for the ladies luncheon on Thursday, June 20.
It is at Wild Wing Plantation Clubhouse at 1000 Wild Wing Blvd. in Conway.
Entree selections are: 1) pasta primavera with grilled chicken, shrimp or salmon; 2) chicken salad plate; 3) cheeseburger; 4) dinner salad. The second and third selections include potato salad or fresh fruit.
The $20 cash cost includes entrée, coffee or tea, dessert, tax and gratuity and will be collected at the door. Please wear your Plantation Lakes name tag if you own one.
June 18 and July 16, the social committee meets at 7 p.m. Plantation Lakes ladies age 18 and older are encouraged to join and help plan exciting community events. Contact President Leslie at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Thursday, June 20, the Architectural Review Board meets at 9 a.m.
Tuesday, June 25, the covenants committee meets at 7 p.m.
Thursday, June 27, the finance committee meets at 7 p.m.
Monday, July 1, the landscape committee meets at 7 p.m.
Thursday, July 11 from 1-4 p.m. is the Card-creating/ scrapbooking Club chaired by Diane Colarik.
Save the date and begin decluttering for Plantation Lakes’ annual community yard sale on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Happy birthday wishes to Scott Saylor and Phil Shore.
The 2019 South Carolina Hurricane Guide was mailed. Horry County libraries encourage everyone to enroll in Summer Quest – A Universe of Stories program now.
Age categories are years: 0-5, 6-12, 13-17, 18 and up. After earning enough points, participants will receive a completion certificate.
Saturday, June 15, the www.BeautifyCarolinaForest.org group meets at 8 a.m. at Carolina Forest Recreation Center to collect local highway litter.
Saturday, June 15 from 2-5 p.m. is Rivertown Wine Around in Conway. Participants must provide proof they are age 21 or older. Their $22 cost includes a tasting glass.
Various downtown shops offer 15 wines.
Tickets information is at https://conwayalive.com.
Monday, June 17, Carolina Forest Boulevard widening is scheduled to begin.
There will be lane closures and intersection restrictions 7 p.m.-7 a.m. There should be no traffic interruptions by day.
Cost is estimated at $26.8 million minus $5,000 per day liquidated damages for bad storm delays beyond their 700-day contracted.
Tuesday, June 18 from 7-8 p.m. is the first Surfside Beach Hula Show this year. The shows continue weekly through Aug. 13 at Surfside Pier at 11 South Ocean Blvd. in Surfside.
A family will demonstrate island dances to everyone. Bring your chairs and blankets.
June 19- 22 is the first week of 7-9 p.m. Brookgreen Gardens summer music festivals.
Festivals continue through Saturday, Aug. 10 in Azalea Concert Field.
There is no additional fee after paying garden admission fee.
Bring chairs and blankets.
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