The Farm’s Fall Craft Vendor Show had a steady flow of shoppers all day long. Twenty-five of The Farm’s residents showed off their talents with their homemade items.
Here is a list of your neighbors who participated in the fair: Malisa Ferreira, Terri Bunton, Georgie Koss, Carol Maslanka, Debra Gooding, Colleen Trusdle, Amanda Panaretos, Debra Lancto, Cheryl Gilbert, Linda Farina, William Bartlow, Don Connor, Susan Internicola, Erica Brown, Dave Fusaro, Alyssa Troll, Christina Stanley, Lynnly Willey, Danielle Devits, Debra Colletti, Debra Shovlin, and Sharon Kearsley.
K-Bar Farms was also on hand selling straw and pumpkins for the fall season. The food trucks This is How We Roll and Freckles and Giggles were on hand for those who wanted a bite to eat.
It was a perfect day for the craft show, the weather cooperated and even though it was overcast, it made for a great day.
Thank you to the grounds committee for installing the banners for the craft show by our entrances. That’s Paul Hoppes, Denny Mast, Brian Pugsley, Tom Gouker, Jim Hennessey, and Young.
Activity chairlady Christina Stanley and her committee are teaming up with Help 4 Kids on Saturday, Oct. 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Walmart in North Myrtle Beach.
If you have middle school or high school children looking for volunteer opportunities, this is the perfect event. The food collected will go to children in Horry County.
If you are interested, contact Connie Gyrb at 773-544-3454.
The management company reported this week that the roofing company has started repairs to the roof at the amenity center.
Our landscaper, Wright, removed a split tree in the common area off Coopers Court.
The small pool closed Oct. 1 and the large pool will close on Oct. 15.
Mulch has been installed in the large and small pool parking areas. Dick’s Pools repaired the mushroom at the large pool.
The fall festival and Halloween parade are set for Saturday, Oct. 26. Please register to participate in the parade if you have a golf cart, ride on a mower, or have a bicycle you want to decorate.
Children and adults can march in costume in the parade.
To register, contact Dave Koss at 703-398-2526.
Stop by the clubhouse after the parade for games, crafts, face painting, inflatables, and to write out cards to send to our active duty military overseas.
If you can spare a few hours to volunteer to help with the fall festival, call or text to firstname.lastname@example.org or 423-322-3263
Grounds committee chairman Paul Hoppes reported there is a road sign down on the corner of Wheatfield Dive and Carolina Farms Boulevard.
Paul and Young will be fixing the sign this week.
It is a busy week for our committees with a board, grounds, and activity meeting all this past week. I will be reporting on them all next week.
Monday night golf results: Week five winners were George Bleicher, Glen Muzroll, Dave Mosher, and Kerry Straley with a score of 6 under par.
Second place was the team of Brian Pugsley, Scott Kavana, John Schulgen, and Joe Shovlin with a score of 4 under par.
Week 6 winners were Steve Filak, Art Murray, Fred Knutson, and Long with a score of 8 under par.
Second place was the team of George Bleicher, Scott Kavana, John Enzor, and Tom Greibec with a score of 5 under par.
Only a few weeks left before the clocks change on Nov. 3.
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Till next time.