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THE MACK Summer Arts Camps
July at the MACK
Swashbuckling Adventures / 864-852-3216 / July 10 - 14 / M-F / 10:00 - 12:00 / $25
YARRRGGHH! Join us to navigate the
Juried Photography Returns! seven seas and chase mermaids or sea
monsters. Students will learn about
Our 14th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition will be maps, topography, navigation tools,
featured in July. The opening reception will be Friday, orienteering, and knots. Projects include
July 7, 2017 from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. This exhibition was open to treasure boxes, fun fiber arts and more!
all residents of the United States, 18 years of age or older and
their were 42 amazing entries that were submitted for the final July 17 STEAM Rocks Young Teen
selection. Join us to celebrate the talent in our region. Live at work
music will be performed by The Henry’s. July 17 - 21 / M-F / 10:00 - 12:00 / $25
Science. Technology. Engineering.
Arts. Math = STEAM and it is awesome!
Students will explore all of these
amazing fields through fun projects.
We will encourage creative thought,
innovation and problem solving through
project-based learning. We will make
slime, have a paper plane competition,
look at solar machines and the insides of
a computer.

Catching the Sun (Eclipse Fun)
July 24 - 28 / M-F / 10:00 - 12:00 / $25
From the dawn of time, our most
amazing star has given us day and
night, light, warmth and the energy for
all things to live, eat and breathe. We
will explore the sun through creating
sundials, sun catchers, prisms and learn
about our upcoming solar eclipse.
August 4, 2017
Summer Arts Camps Reception
6:00 - 8:00 pm
All friends and family are welcome to
attend. There is no fee and the reception
is open to the general public. Barry
Russell graciously donated an original
paper sculpture to raise funds for this
program. The raffle will be drawn at this
reception. Tickets are $5 for one chance,
and 6 for $25. •

6 • July 2017 •


Outdoor Pool Party Picnic
at the

Recreation Center
Farmers’ Market
at the
Dorn Mill Complex • July 2017 • 7


Twenty-seven McCormick Car Club members spent the first day of their Spring Fling driving
to Lake Fontana. The next morning they posed for this photo by Fontana Dam (right), the
largest dam east of the Mississippi River.

The famous Tail of the Dragon was one of a half-dozen challenging mountain roads for the
McCormick Car Club’s Spring Fling, but Sandy and Don (behind Sandy) Longshore and their
Porsche 911 took it all in stride.


Gives Members Mountain Road Tour 


The Spring Fling mountain roads were challenging, but sensational sights and scenery were ourteen “We’ve done multi-day
seemingly around every curve. Weather for the five-day, four-night Appalachian Mountain cars with 27 trips to the Corvette Plant
road tour was perfect. McCormick and Museum, over to Road
Car Club Atlanta, up to BMW for a
The Banner Elk Winery hosted the McCormick Car Club after a day on the Appalachian members plant tour, to EuroAutoFest
Mountains. Toasting the drive are (l-r) Steve LaPonte, Larry and Lynn Yeaster, Mary and Dave participated and down to the Amelia Island
Kenzie and Bob Leonard.ery hosted the McCormick Car Club after a day on the Appalachian in a five-day, four-night Concours.  
Mountains. Toasting the drive are (l-r) Steve LaPonte, Larry and Lynn Yeaster, Mary and Appalachian Road Tour.  
Dave Kenzie and Bob Leonard. The club called the tour “This, however, was the
8 • July 2017 • its Spring Fling, and stops longest and most ambitious
included Highlands, NC, the event we’ve ever done. Larry
Fontana Lake Resort and and his group put together
dam, Banner Elk, Brevard a great schedule of beautiful
and roads called Tail of roads, restaurants, motels and
the Dragon, Cherohola a lot of flexibility,” Stockton
Skyway, Devils Fork and said. “At the end of every
Diamondback.   day’s drive, folks were tired,
Near perfect asphalt, up but not exhausted, and still
and down mountains, around talking about the roads and
curves, fantastic scenery, good scenery.”  
restaurants, a winery and wine
tasting, wonderful weather Vehicles included two
and friends enjoying friends Mercedes Benz convertibles,
were part of the package. two Corvettes, two Miatas,
The trip was organized by one Porsche convertible, one
a committee of made up of Caddy XLR convertible, one
Larry Stawick, chair, and Nissan Z car, one Saturn Sky,
Joe Martin, Scott Harris and one Mustang convertible, one
Dave Monteau.   Pontiac convertible, and a
“The club has done cruise- BMW SUV.  
ins and car shows, but just a
few overnighters,” said club Members talked about a
coordinator Bob Stockton. repeat Spring Fling next year
at their spring picnic at the
Lincoln County Historical
Park in June.•


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and Barbara met in England and have lived in many parts of the US Creative, Professional Design, Planning,
before moving to Savannah Lakes in 2005. The gardens were started ten years & Consultation
ago with much work!! Soil and compost were brought in which probably explains
how Barbara is able to grow some things here that do not flourish for others. She GreenwoodLandscape Installation
is quick to point out that the garden was a joint effort-she would like to recognize
Larry McCasline and Clyde Moss for all their hard work. Also a big part of the Grading, Seeding, Sodding, Irrigation Systems,
garden was Barbara and Ron’s son Phillip. He not only has helped, he gifted his Trees, Shrubs, & Landscape Lighting
mother with 2000 worms that have helped enrich her soil. Who else can say they
got worms for a gift??? There are too many plants to mention but the theme is “An NurseryChuck Bell, Owner,
English Garden with a burst of color.” There are beautiful statues, a fairy garden,
bird houses and hummingbird feeders as well as a pond stocked with goldfish. This B.S. Horticulture, Clemson Unviresity
garden is definitely a “must see” and well worth a drive to Magnolia!! •
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These fish were caught on one of Tony’s many guided fishing
trips to Lake Thurmond prior to his moving to SLV.

Rod & Gun Club’s New Member Finds Baby deer rescued in SLV.
Approximately 2 weeks old and
Fishing Comradery believed to be most likely a twin, which
are often times abandoned by the
by KEN WILES mother according to DNR contact that
responded to the call.
ony and Marion Farina Tony has averaged 6 fish in the 2-4 pound category An eagle siting photo submitted by
moved to SLV just a each trip in SLV (real nice eating size) Chris Corn, an avid tennis player
little over two months in SLV.•
ago. Tony, being an fisherman expert who considers striper
avid fisherman, enjoyed a slight “pain” when crappie fishing).
striper fishing in his home While stripers are a secondary fish for
state of New Jersey. Bill, he does know the lake and the
Tony fished both fresh and salt water striper’s habits. Bill took Tony on his boat
in NJ, and his largest fresh water fish and spent 4-5 hours showing Tony the
caught being a 47" musky. However, he coves, tributaries and the river. He also
enjoyed his time spent striper fishing explained the habits of the local striper.
the most. With that in mind, he was
convinced to retire in the area around Tony listened and learned that day
Lake Thurmond. After much searching with Bill. He has returned to the lake
and striper fishing Lake Thurmond with three times on his own on his 20 foot
local guides, Tony and Marion decided to pontoon boat, and each trip he has been
retire in SLV. successful. While to date Tony has not
Upon arriving at their new home, caught a record striper from the lake,
the first thing Tony did was to join the he is determined to keep on trying and
SLV Rod & Gun Club. He contacted enjoying his retirement.
me regarding help from member(s) to
learn the lake and favorite striper fishing The Rod & Gun Club hosts many
locations. After reading Bill McDonald’s functions during the year which are open
article in the February issue of Shorelines to all members. Since these are club
Tony contacted Bill (our crappie functions they are only communicated via
Tony’s 47" Musky email to members. To join please visit the
SLV website (www.savannahlakesvillage.
com) and download our application or
contact the POA or any Rod & Gun Club
board member for more information.•

10 • July 2017 •

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A STANDING ROOM crowd only attended the annual McCormick County Memorial Day celebration on May 29 at American
Legion Post 19. Donald Ross, McCormick County Veterans Affairs Officer, served as Emcee; and the McCormick County High
School ROTC Color Guard presented the colors. Mike Chandler conducted a POW/MIA ceremony, and Rev. Albert Bell prayed
for the safe return of all Prisoners of War and those missing in action. The keynote speaker was Pastor Jim Kinsler from the
Lutheran Church By The Lake, who provided some of his childhood memorabilia about Memorial Day, including a French Bible
that was presented to his father, Capt. David E. Kinsler, by inmates of a German concentration camp after they were liberated in
1945. Music was provided by The Lutheran Church By The Lake Trio.•


A New Wine from an Old Grape unboytrytized, grapes are used to make this dry Furmint.
These wines are well balanced, have refreshing acidity with
by LARRY RUSSO zesty mandarin flavor yet are still light bodied. Furmint
ONE OF MY favorite (and most expensive) dessert wines pairs well with fish, shellfish, chicken and spicy foods. A few
is Hungarian TokajiAszu. This wonderful, sweet after-dinner brands to try: 2013 BartaFurmint (about $30), 2015 Graf
wine has been made from Furmint, a Hungarian white grape, DegenfeldZomborkaFurmint (about $20), 2015 Samuel
for generations. There are about 10,000 acres of Furmint TinonSzentTamas Dry Furmint (about $30). All three are rated
planted in the modestly-sized region of Tokaji in Hungary. at about 90.

Until recently, all of it was used to make sweet,
boytrytizedTokjiAszu. (This is good thing…one Wine Of The Month
can never have enough Tokaji). Youth must be
served, however, and tradition moved aside in THIS MONTH’S SELECTION hails from the hotbed of
favor of progress; so Furmint is now being used by Sauvignon Blanc, Marborough New Zealand. The wine of
many of Hungary’s younger winemakers to craft choice this month is Small and Small’s 2014 Sylvia Reserve
dry, crisp table wines. Sauvignon Blanc. This wine is “typically Marlborough,”
Last year’s Great Tokaji Wine Auction (an elegant, perfumed aromas with a touch of passion fruit and
annual signature event in Hungary) featured a spice. The flavors include hints of black current, tropical fruit
number of dry wines based in Furmint for the and a chalky texture. An intense, complex very drinkable wine
first time, as well as the traditional sweet wines. that reflects the distinctively-flavored grapes sourced from the
These new dry wines are both fragrant and south side of the Awatere River.
refreshing…designed for pairing with salty
and spicy foods. Small and Small is a boutique winery, owned and operated by
Here in the USA, the Royal Tokaji Wine the husband and wife team of Bill (the winemaker) and Claudia
Company produces a Furmint brand called (the viticulturist). This wine has been selected as the 2015
“Oddity” which they market as a “Chenin winner of the Decanter World Wine Award in its class. Abv is
Blanc with an attitude.” This dry Furmint 13% and is available online at www.naked for
ranges in color from pale straw to light about $13.00.
amber, with aromas of pineapple, lemon,
orange, peach and ripe pear. Ripe, but Worst Pun Of The Month

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Sunday: by appointment, 2 pm - 5 pm • July 2017 • 13


SLV Outdoor Adventure Club 2017

Kayak Training Camp

The Green Team and their trainers by LINDA McCLINTOCK
The entire group of students and some of the trainers ON SATURDAY, MAY 20, the SLV
Outdoor Adventure Club held their
participating in a game 2017 Kayak Training Camp at Baker
Creek State Park. The trainees attended
a “classroom” lecture on kayaks,
equipment, safety information and a
skills presentation. They were divided
into 5 teams with two trainers each and
were given instruction on shore and in
the water practicing their kayaking skills.
After all the teams had completed the
practice session, they participated in two
group water games utilizing the skills
they learned.

Students and trainers gathered in the
shade for lunch, after which they had an
opportunity to try out several different
kayaks to see what they liked. Those who
wished finished the afternoon taking a
short paddle down Baker Creek with
some of the instructors.

A good time was had by all!•

Moonlight Kayak 2017 BLACK TEE

people met at the boat ramp on GA 220 by ED WEAVER
near Soap Creek for the SLV Outdoor
Adventure Club’s moonlight kayak THE FIRST ANNUAL “Black Tee
paddle. The weather was a bit cloudy, Scramble” was held at the Monticello
and there was a little breeze; but the Golf Course on June 13, 2017. The
clouds began to clear before the sun field included 68 players (17 foursomes)
went down, and we were treated to who challenged the 7,032 yard, scenic
another beautiful sunset. The wind died golf course. A well played round by
down a little as the sun set, so we were the group of Bruce Smith, Bill Hartz,
able to float a bit and enjoy the beauty Larry Stawick & Dr. Charles Lewis
of the lake and sky. The clouds parted who carded a score of 65 (-7) took first
a few times revealing the moon. These place. Close behind was a second and
moonlight kayaking events are always third place tie with a score of 66 (-6).
fun and so peaceful. The field of players provided 67 birdies,
217 pars and 22 bogies. Congratulations
Our next moonlight kayak event to the winning teams and all others who
will held on August 3. We have not yet participated. We’re hoping to have the
determined the location for that paddle.• 2018 “Black Tee Scramble” event at the
Tara Golf Course. Any SLV property
owner with a USGA handicap may
participate in this event.•

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215 Holly Lane - $245,500 214 Lookout Loop - $139,900 225 Sandpiper Lp - $257,500 L5 Block 39 Rutledge Lane
3 BR / 2 BA 1,700 sq ft GOLF 3 BR / 2 BA 1,437 sq ft INTERIOR 5 BR / 3.5 BA 3,511 sq ft INTERIOR Crab Apple Model - $209,000
3BR/2BA 1,703 sq ft INTERIOR

215 Brandon Drive - $265,000 327 Mulberry Lane - $199,900 104 Hearne Place - $387,000 159 Rhett Dr - $125,000
2 BR / 2 BA 1,027 sq ft INTERIOR
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285 Fairway Dr - $179,000 139 Crescent Dr - $179,000 305 Misty Cove - $279,000 108 Arbor Lane - $179,000
3 BR / 2 BA 1,827 sq ft GOLF 3 BR / 2 BA 1,654 sq ft INTERIOR 3 BR / 3 BA 1,960 sq ft LAKE 3 BR / 2 BA 1,664 sq ft GOLF VIEW


L10 B65 - $150,000 - LAKE L16 B36 - $28,900 - GOLF L4 B1 - $139,000 - LAKE L10 B42 - $65,000 - GOLF
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L14 B44 - $35,000 - GOLF L16 B36 - $28,900 - GOLF L13 B22 - $34,000 - GOLF L11 B41 - $54,900 - GOLF
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Bogey Boyz Scramble


THE ED MEYER First Responders are the beneficiary of the
annual scramble conducted by the Lee Builders Bogey Boyz.”

The group golfs every Wednesday and has supported
the First Responders for years via an advertisement in the
Savannah Lakes Village Classic golf tournament program.
With no tournament this year, the group made a cash donation
to the First Responders.

“Past donations have been invested in defibrillators in
the golf course restrooms, both Village restaurants and the
Recreation Center and swimming pool,” said Steve Delaney of
the First Responders. “We’ll put this latest donation to good
use, probably with additional equipment.”•

TOP: Lou Reste (right) presents Steve Delaney of the Ed Meyer First Responders with a check for $250 from the Lee Builders Bogey Boyz. Approving the presentation are
Bogey Boyz (l-r) Don Francavilla, Dennis Gagnon, Jim Staggs, Harry Shelley and Dick Strout.
BOTTOM: Row 1:  Wayne Schollenberger, Norm Francavilla, Larry Tarbet, Phil Stirtzinger, Dick Falk, Jim Staggs, Don Francavilla, Byron Thompson, Dick Kvale, John Stouffer, Bill O’Neill
Row 2:  Wayne Sumi, Sam Kowall, Charlie Angstadt, Mike Wofford, Wally Cox, Ken Wessel, Dick Strout, Ed Schissler, Ken Chemelewski
Row 3:  John Stoddard, Dick Hoyt, Butch Dieckhoner, Bob Stockton, Dan Hodgson, Denis Gagnon, Don Rice, Harry Shelley, Bob Rennie, Lou Reste, Gary Shafer
Not in Picture: Earl Estrella, Bob Cooper, Bob Oust, Gary Veal, Mike Duffy, Ed Zeaser


HOLES-IN-ONE congratulations to - AR Charmed& Mike
Perkins for acing the 8th holeand to Ed
by FRANK COMPARATO Howerton who aced the 4th hole. At
Tara congratulations to - Paul Dehlinger
ONE OF THE most exciting things that can happen to a golfer and Charlie Angstadtfor acing the 11th
during a round of golf is a hole-in-one, often known as an ace. hole.By the way gentlemen, 14% of
This occurs when the golfer gets his golf ball into the cup on the golfers who make a hole-in-one get a
green with just one stroke. That means hitting the ball directly second ace, and 9% of golfers who make
from the teeing ground into the hole. a hole-in-one make 3 or more. So you
still got your work cut out, and maybe you can eventually break
THINK ABOUT IT!In one swing you cause a golf ball the record number of holes-in-one for one person which is 26.
measuring 1.68 inches in diameter and weighing 1.62 ounces
to go into a “hole” that is 4 1⁄4 inches in diameter,that is at least For the rest of us don’t give up hope, there are over 128,000
100 yards away. Amazing and no wonder that holes-in-one holes-in-one scored each year with
are rare. Based on Boston University mathematician Francis
Scheid, Ph.D., on behalf of Golf Digest; and “National Hole-In- 60% of hole-in-one golfers being 50 years old or older and 9
One” (which provides hole-in-one insurance for tournaments) % hole-in-one golfers are 70+ years old.
the odds of an amateurmaking a hole-in-one is 12,500 to 1. For
an average golfer it is 150,000 to 1.For a low-handicapper it is The bad news is if you are playing with someone who makes
5,000 to 1. The odds ofa professional golfer making an ace is a hole-in-one, the odds of two golfers in the same group of four
2,500 to 1. making holes-in-one at any point during the round: 1.3 million
to 1. And, if a player in your group makes a hole-in-one, the
If you are a low-handicapper and play 1,000 rounds in your odds of two golfers in the same group of four acing the same
life (an average of 25 rounds for 40 years), you have a 20 hole during the same round is 26 million to 1.
percent chance of making at least one hole-in-one. Obviously,
the odds are much higher for average golfers since 57% of Every hole-in-one is unique. It partially depends on how good
holes-in-one are made by mid-handicappers (10-19). the golfer is and a little luck; but the better you are, the more
likely it is you’ll eventually get one.But remember, if you don’t
The Savannah Lakes MGA has recorded and paid cash play you don’t even have a chance. I have personally seen in the
prizes for 5 holes-in-ones thus far this year: At Monticello past 12 months 2 holes-in-one at MGA events and look forward
to seeing you make YOUR ACE. And then you too can uphold
the tradition of buying a round of drinks for everyone at the

18 • July 2017 •

Add sparkle
to your 4th!

We’re all proud to be Americans. Don’t be afraid to show
it. No matter how silly it may seem, take time this

holiday to express your respect and love for our country.
It makes a difference in our children’s lives.
Our family joins your in celebration. • July 2017 • 19

I201n7 MviotnaTtairoanCaupl treated to a mixer Winning team: Team Kidd
Thursday night Kidd, Fes Roller, Joe Kocik, Bill Schott,
by PAM SHUMWAY at the Recreation Dee Turner, Skip Kask, Rev. Carl Chiles,
Center pavilion. and Ed Howerton. Howerton was the
THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL MonTara The highlight each only player in the tournament to not
Cupis in the history books. year is the awards lose a match. All matches were played at
banquet, this year scratch (no handicap).
The MonTara Cup Invitational at the River Grille.
competition is a 3-day Ryder Cup style Chef John and his Team Hannah included: AJ
event for a select 24 SLV golfers divided staff put together Piwowarski, Matt Weinhardt, Ken
into two teams. The captains for this a delicious prime Bastow, Keith Wise, Dale Godby,
year’s tournament, selected due to their rib dinner with Bob Scheible, Gary DeArment, John
high standing in Club Championships, all the fixings. Stouffer, Tommy Lee, Bruce Smith, Ray
were Ronnie Kidd and Gary Hannah. The winning team was awarded an Tarnosky, and Hannah.
attractive stainless steel serving bowl and
During the first two days, two-man the runners-up a smaller bowl for their Ken Willis has been the Honorary
teams in four different formats compete participation. Starter and scorekeeper of this
in match play matches against each tournament each year. Pete Shumway
other: nine holes each of Best Ball, The captains selected their teammates was the non-playing Emcee for the
Alternate shot, Scramble (Captain’s from the list of the top 24 players banquet.•
choice), and team Stableford points. available. Team Kidd controlled the
Saturday’s competition pits golfers #1- competition from the beginning. Day one
#12 on each team in Singles matches they led 18 pts to 6. Day two Team Kidd
using match play. Each winning player accumulated another 16 pts to 8 for Team
(team) receives 2 points.If a match ties, Hannah; the Singles matches concluded
each team is awarded one point.Points the tournament in Team Kidd’s favor 49
accumulate over the three days for each pts. - 23.
team, just like the International Ryder
Cup competition. Team Kidd (pictured above) consisted
of (L-R):David Markle, Larry Ream,
The participants and their wives were Paul Dehlinger, Jack Osborn, Ronnie

Tournament Winners

1st Place Betty Palone and 1st Place Don Smallwood and
2nd Place Michael Palone Dolores Smallwood
3rd Place
92 players came Susan Tempest and 2nd Place Doug Hogarth and
out dressed in red, 1st Place Chuck Uitto Chris Hogarth
white, and blue in 2nd Place
support of Memorial 3rd Place Skip Kask and 3rd Place Walt Lowe and Ida Lowe
Day for the first Richard McWhorter
Memorial Day Two 1st Place FLIGHT 5
Person Team Golf 2nd Place FLIGHT 2
Tournament. Cathy 3rd Place
Smith, Gareth Dan Buckingham and 1st Place David Wenman and
Edwards and Bob Kurt Swigart Karen Wenman
McIntosh organized,
monitored and Dick Strout and 2nd Place August Luedecke and
tracked the scoring Matthew Weinhardt Sundee Luedecke
of the tournament
along with others that Frank Luke and Tony Roper 3rd Place Roberta Mattio and
worked the event. Peggy O’Bryan
SLV members Karen
Sides and Sharon Nix Congratulations to FLIGHT 3 FLIGHT 6
were promoting their all the winners!•
patriotic pride during the Bruce Motsinger and 1st Place Ron Belliveau and
1st Annual Memorial Day Arnold Routson Maggie Belliveau
Golf Tournament at Tara
Golf Club. Mark Leszczynski and 2nd Place Charlie Agnstadt and
BJ Wortman Mary Ruth Haworth

Keith Wise and Denise Wise 3rd Place Jerry Callen and Betty Dodge

20 • July 2017 •


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Thurmond Lake Sail and Power Squadron 6th Annual July 4 th Boat Parade


DATE: Independence Day, Tuesday, July 4, 2017 PARTICIPANTS BRING:

EVENT: Boat Parade • $10 registration fee per boat

• All interested boats assemble at Dorn Boating Facility • Picnic lunch for all aboard
between 9:30 and 10:00am, on Tuesday, July 4. • Drinking water and sun protection
• Boats will register in the water at Dorn prior to judging. • Standard boat safety equipment (life jackets, fire extinguisher
• During registration boats will be given a placard with boat anchor, whistle or horn)
number • Questions? Contact•
• Boat name, skipper’s name, and phone number will be

• The number of participants aboard will be recorded

• At 10:00am, the Boat Parade will begin and the boats will
cruise slowly by the judging stand, displaying their registration
number and having all visual and audio effects in full force.

• Boats will be judged best decorated on an American patriotic

• Boats will follow the lead boat to a designated private picnic
area for trophy presentation, prizes, and photographs.

COME FOR THE BOATING EDUCATION Education: advanced coastal navigation techniques,
Boating Education– One of the main navigation in tides and currents, and
...stay for the friends more advanced GPS usage.
goals of USPS is “boating safety through
by BRENDA JONES education” – we believe that an educated Monthly dinner meetings–
AS A SQUADRON of The United boater is a safer boater. TLS&PS offers Informative speakers are invited to most
States Power Squadrons® (USPS) a series of courses that covers boat dinner meetings.
serving the Thurmond Lake area of handling, maintenance, and navigational Assistance For Boaters:
South Carolina and Georgia, our mission techniques. Become a member and take
includes the promotion of boating safety any or all of these courses at a discount. TLS&PS members assist the US
through education, civic service and the Corp of Engineers by conducting buoy
enjoyment of boating activities and social America’s Boating Course covers inspections on Thurmond Lake.
functions among our membership. topics that all recreational boaters must
Thurmond Lake Sail and Power know: rules of the road, required safety Our members provide safety
Squadron (TLS&PS) Charter equipment, navigation aids, lights and monitoring for the 4th of July fireworks
sounds, anchoring, communications as well as any U.S. Army Corp of
• To abide by the laws of The United afloat, adverse conditions, water sports Engineers activity as requested.
States Power Squadrons® safety, personal water craft safety and
knots and lines. We conduct Vessel Safety Inspections
• To promote high standards of for all boaters—free of charge to insure
navigation and seamanship Seamanship builds on America’s that their boats are legal and safe to run.
Boating Course and covers additional
• To maintain your boat and operate topics to enhance your knowledge The Squadron maintains a cell phone
it legally and skills of boating safety, operation, list of all TLS&PS members that it
marlinspike (knots and ropes), boat care provides to all members to use in case of
• To render assistance whenever and maintenance, chart reading and emergency.
possible nautical customs and etiquette.
We provide Personal Flotation Devices
• To conduct one’s self in a manner Piloting is the first and most basic (PFD) loaner life preservers to anyone—
that will add prestige, honor and navigation course, covering chart member or not—upon request.This
respect to The United States Power reading, course plotting, and basic service is invaluable since Savannah
Squadrons® coastal or inland navigation, including Lakes Village has many visitors who go
basic GPS usage. boating.We have PFDs for children as
22 • July 2017 • well.Contact any member for the current
Advanced Piloting covers more storage location near you or by going to

the SLV Marina for our hosted PFD station. TENNIS/PICKLEBALL COMMITTEE
Social Events:
Picnics – with games and contests to keep everyone as busy TOP: Group picture of tennis players,
as they would want to be. pickleball players, and“eaters”—those
who joined us for lunch
Golf Outings – Handicaps adjustedfor all. Left: Joan Rhia, Marianne Chalifour,
Poker Run – Using navigation guides, and passengers to add Darlene Bailey, Rosemarie Nalvaiko
to the confusion. Above: Paula McDonald, Jim Bailey,
Cruise & Rendezvous – Meet up with members of other Marsha Lusby, and Tom Huber
squadrons for a District fun event.
Dances – Could be part of a dinner meeting… but always a
part of the Christmas gathering.
Raft-ups – A nice way to socialize, share good food… and
take a dip in the lake.
How to Become a Member:
Becoming a member of the Thurmond Lake Sail & Power
Squadron is easy. There is an introductory boating class
offered for the fee of the book. This class is basic, fun, and
provides knowledge for safety on the water; taking this class is
optional to become a full member. Also, an initial, then annual
membership fee is required. Once you become a member you
will receive a membership directory and squadron burgee at the
first function you attend.
If you are interested in joining TLS&PS you could attend a
function to see what we are all about. Contact any squadron
member, and they will be glad to assist.
For additional information, please visit our website at•


Tennis Potpourri tennis group are still in group a few years ago, I
Departure SLV due to a change of felt like I could go “on and
venue so to speak. Many on.”Now it is “When will
by GEORGE McKEE improvements have been this set end?” When I was
made by the tennis family working in a room lighted
MANY YEARS AGO when a pretty over the years, and some by a motion detector and
lady named June Wininger published an of the recent projects were the lights went out, I knew
SLV paper, I began writing about tennis revealed in the May issue I had slowed down more
to help us enjoy our tennis involvement. of this publication which than I had imagined.
was originated by another Recent health problems
One of the events started by the charming lady, Laura within my family have
players was the Tennis Mixer back in Fleming. Even though I reduced my participation
1997(?). The first one I remember was have mentioned ladies, in men’s tennis and visits
hosted by another sweet lady named George McKee
Barbara Hughes and me. We only
had 16 players, and two of them were there have been many Photo by Suzanne Burnes to Savannah Lakes Village.
from outside locations. Refreshments
were donuts and coffee served off a TV men who have provided Therefore, I think it is time
tray at the corner of the RC near the grunt work for the projects for me to cease writing
courts. These events have proliferated under the tutelage of Brian Aufderheide this article and let players investigate
and become a monthly ritual for 30- and Mike Lusby. Tennis and other the rules on their own. Meanwhile, I
50 attendees. Now that Pickleball has sports have continued to prosper due to will venture into another department
become popular in SLV, the Mixer has continuous efforts by Village denizens. of retirement by participating in and
become a tradition and an epicurean What a wonderful place to live. enjoying the active life here in Wesley
experience. I have met and cherished many friends Commons with Pat, the girlfriend I
that I have associated with through my married 62 years ago.
Only a few patrons of the original years at SLV and I hope to continue such Until we meet again, Adieu, Adios,
relationships for years to come. When Arrivederci, auf Wiedersehen, Sayonara,
I became the oldest man in the tennis Shalom.• • July 2017 • 23


Lutheran Church By The Lake
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive t happened again this morning. I was
driving to the Lutheran Church By The
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am Lake drinking a cup of coffee. I had
Sunday School Adults - 9:15am selected one of the travel mugs in the
cabinet, because I did not want to make
Youth Fellowship Wednesday - 4:15pm a mess. When I was getting down to the
bottom of the mug, I turned it up to get the last
Pastor Jim Kinsler swallow. I looked down, and I had coffee stains
864-391-3000 on my previously clean shirt. Some, not so pastoral, thoughts passed
through my mind as I walked into the office
“Building relationships with God and neighbors” in my now leopard print shirt. Then I turned to more positive reflections.
I considered how much I needed one of the special travel bibs that Linda
Sun 11 am Wakefield makes for her husband Sam. (It is made out of a towel and covers his
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor lap while driving. Linda came up with the idea when Sam was in the Army and
kept staining his uniform.) A picture of my wonderful wife, Martha, came to
3:30 - 4:30 mind and how she can get any stain out with her chemistry teacher knowledge,
but I did not want to turn around and go home. Then I realized it was Tuesday,
and on Tuesday Pam Turner is in the office!
Pam has the magic purse. The magic purse contains a collection of remedies
for whatever ails you, and better yet, a survival kit for slobs. After seeing my
predicament, Pam pulled a detergent stick and Shout packet from the treasure
chest which is her purse. Problem solved; coffee stain removed; shirt clean!
This common occurrence of spilling something on a shirt brought to mind the
words of Isaiah 1:18, “Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white
as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall become like wool.” How
does God go about removing the stain of sin from his beloved people? It isn’t as
easy as reaching in the magic purse and pulling out the Shout.
The New Testament has several passages that build on the concept of the
cleansing from sin. In 1 Corinthians 6:9 & 11 it is stated this way, “Do you not
know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? … And such
were some of you. But you were washed, you were sanctified, you were justified
in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ.” Titus 3:5-9 says, “For we ourselves were
once foolish, disobedient, led astray, slaves to various passions and pleasures,
passing our days in malice and envy, hated by men and hating one another; but
when the goodness and loving kindness of God our Savior appeared, he saved
us, not because of deeds done by us in righteousness, but in virtue of his own
mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal in the Holy Spirit, which he
poured out upon us richly through Jesus Christ our Savior, so that we might be
justified by his grace and become heirs in hope of eternal life.”
The stubborn stain of sin has a way of spilling into our lives. It can be poured
out in our thoughts, words, actions, or inactions. The good news is that it does
not have to be a permanent stain. We are washed clean by the power of the
cleansing sacrifice of Jesus Christ.•

SCHEDULE OF SERVICES Savannah Lakes Village
and the McCormick area
Sunday Wednesday
9:45 am Sunday School 6:30 pm Kids Community Outreach have several places of
worship for community
10:45 am Morning Worship Kids Choir, Youth Service*
involvement and
Kids Church 7:00 pm Adult Bible Study spiritual needs.
Please reference the
6:00 pm Evening Worship 8:00 pm Sanctuary Choir Practice* advertisements included
on this page to learn more.
Royal Rangers, Mpact Girls*


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*Contact church office for summer schedule

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24 • July 2017 • • July 2017 • 25

Pets of the Month


THEY CALL ME Devlin and I’m what’s known as a “ladies’ dog”. Not that I don’t like men but there is just
something so beguiling about the fairer sex. You know what I’m talking about, right fellas? I am a sucker
for sweet talk and I am a really good kisser. I am a gentle boy that gets along with my peers. I love treats
and am not afraid to work for them. I am 3 years young, a solid 52 pounds and neutered, micro chipped
and vaccinated. I am easy on the eyes and ready for love. Let’s start a life together!


MY NAME IS Franklin but if there is a treat involved I will answer to “Frank” or “Frankie.” I was born on
3/29/2017 which means just about everything is a new and exciting adventure to me. I am currently
accepting applications for someone to join me in my explorations. Prospective candidates should share
my qualities of playfulness and friendliness. The desire to chase anything that moves is a bonus but
not required-on the job training will be provided. I am up to date on my shots and have “neutering”
penciled in on my calendar after which winning candidate will need to administer extra hugs and
kisses. This is a lifetime position with a wonderful benefits package of fun, cuddling and endless love.
Please contact HSMC to apply.•

Please leave a message at 864-391-2349 or email us at if you are interested in learning more about our available dogs and cats.


Nature Activities for Kids 5. Hiking or back yard“I Spy.”As you
hike, take turns saying,“I Spy”and
by LEE BELANGER name something you see such as
Master Naturalist a bird. When the child points to it,
it is his/her turn to spy something
THE GRANDKIDS ARE coming for a week! Wonder how in nature.
to keep them busy? Try these nature activities for family fun.
Choose age appropriate activities below and purchase any 6. Water activities from shore: Teach
supplies needed before the kids come. Binoculars, magnifying child to skip stones. Collect stones
glasses, and collection bags are always helpful. and sort them by size, shape, color,
1. Make a nature journal. Using several sheets of 8 ½ x 11”paper folded in half, and texture. Look for tiny fish,
water beetles, and shells.
tape or tie a stick to the folded edge. Decorate the cover with nature pictures
and child’s signature. Inside, the child writes or draws about nature activities 7. Collage: Collect colored leaves,
throughout the week. sticks, feathers, and seeds. Arrange them on paper or card stock. Glue them
in place. Have child sign the artwork as a memory of the visit.

2. Make stick figures with twigs or pine cone people using acorns for head and 8. Build a birdhouse. Before kids arrive, choose the right house for your
stick arms. Use glue, rubber bands, or duck tape. Paint creations. location. You and child build the house and mount it. Be sure any
decorations are bird friendly.
3. Play Nature Categories. Use plants, animals, or rocks as the subject. Select a
common letter and taking turns, see how many of each subject beginning 9. Plant a terrarium. Using a clear glass or plastic bowl, add dirt and collect
with the chosen letter each player can name. Example: Using“S”and plants from damp wooded areas for the terrarium. Cover with a clear top or
“Animals,”possible answers are snake, scorpion, sheep, skunk, etc. plastic wrap. Explain plants release water vapor and recycle it so little to no
additional water is needed.
4. Hiking Scavenger Hunt: Make a list of 30 things to look for: E.G. Evidence of
man (footprint, litter), animal home (hollow log), evidence of animal 10. Plant flowers, vegetables, or a tree. Have the child help plant, care for, and
(track, feather), something fuzzy, red, blue, rough, smooth, shiny, pointed. name the planting. Spread a blanket and read nearby. Send pictures of
Mark items as child finds them. Be sure any collected items do not harm the planted growth.
nature or child. If you spy an animal, when back home, read about the
animal and check the Internet for directions for making a simple origami Send stories of your adventures to Lee at•
replica. Make one, and decorate it.

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plan but desire small or large changes. No
problem. Just ask.
Build it on your lot: Ask us for a quote to
put this home on your lot.
Upgrade suggestions: Screen in the porch,
upgrade the insulation package, or lay
hardwoods in the master bedroom.

Jaw-dropping views.
Pain-free knee.

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Don’t let joint pain keep you from reaching new heights. The surgeons and staff at Orthopaedic
Associates of the Lakelands are specially trained in the diagnosis and treatment of all types of
orthopedic diseases and injuries. From non-surgical treatments to minimally invasive surgery to full joint
replacement, we work with you to determine the treatment that is right for you and your specific needs.
So whether your goal is to hike the Appalachian Trail or walk to the end of your driveway, let us help you
get back to enjoying life, free from pain.

Board certified orthopedic surgeons.
John Cathcart, III, M.D. • Richard M. Christian, Jr., M.D. • Charles D. Gray, M.D.
John A. King, M.D. • Michael Maughon, Jr., M.D. • Lee A. Patterson, M.D.
Douglas F. Powell, M.D. • Anthony R. Timms, M.D. • Alan Baker, N.P. • Jessica Willard, P.A.-C

Office hours: Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. {HeSaelltfhMcaerde.icCaloGnnroecutped.}
102 Gregor Mendel Circle • Greenwood, S.C. 29646 • (864) 229-2663

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