Activities Task Force Looking For Fun-loving People
The Activities Task Force is planning a Fall Picnic to be held in late September or early October. The exact date to be announced.
Bingo is on the fourth Tuesday of each month. There have been 60 plus people during the winter season and jackpots have been over $100. Join us! The more participants, the more the jackpot. Next Bingo is Tuesday, April 28th at 7pm. The cost is $5 for 10 games. For more information, contact Diane McGlocklyn @ 212-2425.
Book Club meets on the third Thursday of every month at 7pm. The book for May is The Shoemaker’s Wife by Adriana Trigiana. June’s book is The Art of Hearing Heartbeats by Jan-Phillipp Senker. Next meeting is May 21st. For more information, contact Jeanne Hencken @957-3244.
We are looking for people who would like to have fun and meet people. Come and join our committee! If you are interested in helping to plan parties, contact us. Carol Renfroe @423-8649
Emergency Operations Plan For Bouchelle
Roy Einreinhofer, president of the CSA, has issued an emergency operations plan for Bouchelle. He has discussed this with the association presidents at a recent meeting and has posted on this web site under "From the President" in the upper right hand corner. All owners should read this.
Boatyard Picnic Enjoyed By All
The Boatyard Picnic was held Saturday, April 11th from noon till 4 pm. Donnie Bostic provided the music; 66 people attended and all brought a side dish to share along with the hamburgers, hotdogs, sausages and soft drinks provided. A fun time was had by all.
For pictures of the event you may want to check out this site: https://youtu.be/VR80oanXALA
Golf Season Winds Down
The winter golf season is almost over. Although Thursdays seemed to get a bit of bad weather this year, golfers still enjoyed a good round of golf and especially the social hour that followed.
The annual dinner was held recently at Tiano's and attended by about 30 golfers and spouses. One of the highlights was the awarding of certificates to those who made one or more holes in one this year.
Receiving certificates were: Bob Dunham, Maureen Dunham, Pat O'Leary, Bruce Shanklin, Leland Warmoth, and Caroline Watts. Special thanks were given to Paul McKenna who managed the golfers, their handicaps, and awards. All golfers are appreciative of the work done on the course by Valley Crest this year and look forward to an even better course next year.
The golf course will be undergoing a change very quickly now that the day time temperatures increase. The winter rye will begin to die, once the rye is gone we will then begin to see how much sod (Bermuda) will be needed to bring the course back to a green and healthy playable surface. The time frame for this will be after April 20th, we will keep you informed when the golf course will be closed for these repairs.
Fashion Show a Success
The fashion show was a huge success. It was a sell out! Everyone enjoyed the luncheon and the ladies and gentleman did a wonderful job modeling, as you can see.
From the President
Mon Apr 27 @ 9:00AM
|G & B Mtg.|
Tue Apr 28 @ 9:00AM
Tue Apr 28 @ 7:00PM
Tue May 05 @10:00AM
|CSA Board of Directors meeting|
Thu May 14 @10:00AM
|Book Club Meeting|
Thu May 21 @ 7:00PM
|Memorial Day CSA Closed|
Mon May 25 @12:00AM