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May at the MACK 2017 / 864-852-3216 /

Mascaro Group Exhibition Read & Feed Lunch & Learn - “I’ve been Framed!”
Friday, May 5 / 6:00- 8:00 pm Thursday, May 11 / 6:00pm / $15 Wednesday, May 24 /11:00 Lecture begins
Featuring the live music of The Barbas. Featuring Family of Warriors Luncheon to follow / $25
115 S. Main St. McCormick SC 29835 by local author Ed DeVos. “I’ve been Framed!” is a topic often left
for last, as in: to frame or not, to match
The members of the Mascaro Art Family of Warriors is a story of courage frames for a show or not, to mat or not
Group began working under the and valor; of integrity and loyalty; of (and in what color), using used frames
instruction and mentoring of David fortitude and perseverance. This story from antique shops, and navigating
Mascaro in 2009. David had studied at follows five brothers serving in different the expense of the custom frame.
the Art Students League, the School of combat areas during World War II. Many suggestions about how to advise
Visual Arts, and the National Academy Ed DeVos is a highly decorated military collectors on frames, where to hang
of Art, all in New York City. He was officer and local McCormick resident art, matching frames to’s
a renowned medical illustrator and a since 2006. He is an accomplished a complicated subject, but one you can
highly regarded long-time member of author that often writes historical consider as the art work is created. Not
the Medical College of Georgia faculty. fiction and also enjoys writing Christian included: how to make a frame. No saws
He passed away in 2015. historical novels. or hammers.

As David’s last group of students, the Family of Warriors Dr. Lenti has a wealth of speaking
members of the Mascaro Art Group by Ed De Vos. experience on a national level in
resolved to honor his memory by For more information, pedagogy. She is a successful self-taught
incorporating his name into their group contact Jan Babcock at artist, having studied with noted artists.
name, and they continue now to pursue, She has lectured on art at the Arts
their art in the studio they shared with (678) 595-2978 or visit Center of Greenwood, has been featured
David, on Washington Road. They work regionally in one woman shows, and
in oil, acrylics, watercolor, and pastel. recently won the Artist Fellowship
Most of their work is representational, and Residency at the Reserve at Lake
with occasional forays into abstract and Keowee, showing her work, teaching
experimental art. a weeklong workshop in pastels, and
fulfilling a commission for the gallery.

Painting by Mascaro Art Group member Visual art classes are available at the MACK
throughout the year.
Summer Arts Camps registration opens in May!
We will offer 6 weeks of fun summer arts camps Jean Gale’s Piano Lesson - Meets weekly.
Drawing with Helen Hutson - Meets weekly.
for students ages 5 - 15 years of age. Art Instruction with Clint Scott
Tuesday Class Dates: May 2, 9 and 16
6 • May 2017 • Thursday Class Dates: May 4, 11 and 18
3 week class series / 1:00 - 3:30
$45 Members / $50 Non-Members
Belinda Ramsey’s Community Threads (NEW LOCATION)
WHERE: Hickory Knob State Park (Bordeaux Room)
1591 Resort Dr. McCormick SC 29835
2nd Wednesday Class Date: May 10 / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
4th Thursday Class Date: May 25 / 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
To register for this program’s communications list, please
contact Belinda at 843-860-5403 or send an introductory
e-mail to


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June 1 June 3 June 3 - 4
Grand Opening “50 Blooming Years” Exhibit, The 5K & 1M Run/Walk, Lander University’s Jeff May Sports Jimmy Self Junior Golf Tournament, Greenwood

Museum Complex Country Club

Juried Youth Art Reception, Arts Center Kidfest, Uptown Market Garden Tours, Various local gardens and private homes

June 2 Juried Art Reception, Arts Center Benjamin Mays Historic Site Tour, GLEAMNS Human
Topiaries & Tastings Wine Walk, Uptown Greenwood Photography Exhibit Reception, Greenwood County Resources Commission
Veterans Center June 4
June 2 - 3
Beach Dance, PTC’s James Medford Family Event Lake Flotilla, Fellowship Camp and Conference Center
Self Regional Healthcare Medical Symposium, Nesbit Center Cokesbury College Tour & Ice Cream Social, Hodges,
Center SC
Arts & Crafts Show, Uptown Market Wild Hare Productions’ Shakespeare In The Park,
Music at the Market, Uptown Market Photography Wyatt Farms

Emerald City ACAA’s 46th Annual Auto Show, Uptown

at the Fountain

Exhibit & Contest, Greenwood County Veterans Center


April 18 and May 15 June 10 - 11 June 16 - 25
SC Festival of Flowers Paint & Pour, Arts Center Men’s Amateur and Senior Golf Tournament, Beauty and the Beast, Greenwood Community
The Patriot at Grand Harbor Theatre
May 26
Dinosaur Discovery Exhibit Reception, The Museum June 10 June 20
Bee Buzzin’ Bike Tour, Greenwood SC Chamber National Pollinator Week Celebration, 330 Main
June 1 - 3 Aviation Expo, Greenwood County Airport Street
Railroad Historical Center
June 11 June 22
June 1 - 9 Flag Day Celebration, 330 Main Street “It’s A Bloomin’ Good Time” Ladies Night at Belk,
Juried Youth Arts Exhibit, Arts Center Greenwood Mall
June 15
June 6 “Hats Off to the 50th” Ladies Luncheon, June 29
Greenwood Festival Chorale Performance, PTC’s James Medford Family Event Center Ladies Bridge Luncheon, Wesley Commons
Lander University’s Abney Cultural Center
June 16 - 18 TBD
June 9 - 11 Junior Open Tennis Tournament, Greenwood Topiary Team Fan Nights, Uptown Greenwood
GPA’s Antiques, Vintage & Design Show, Country Club
PTC’s James Medford Family Event Center


Signature Topiary Display, Uptown Greenwood Juried Art Show & Exhibit, Arts Center
“50 Blooming Years” Exhibit, The Museum Dinosaur Discovery Exhibit, The Museum
864-889-9310 | Greenwood, SC

1. Four-time Indianapolis 500 race
winner Al Unser was the grand
marshall of the Amelia Island
Concours d’Elegance, and this
display of his Indy 500-winning
cars was among the hundreds of
cars on the field.

2. Trip organizer Gary Edwards Amelia Island
is a retired Navy sub captain and Concours d ’Elegance
reserved rooms for the McCormick LURES MCCORMICK CAR CLUBBERS
Car Club party on a Navy base.
The group included (front row, TO FAMOUS SHOW
l-r): Joe Martin, Doris Tummillo,
Barbara and Wally Edwards, and
(back row, l-r) Leslie Martin, Gary
Edwards, Joan and Bob Stockton.
directly behind the car.


3. Gary Edwards showed his 4. Wally Edwards showed his FOUR MEMBER COUPLES of the McCormick Car
Porsche 911 at the Porsche Werks Cadillac XLR Convertible at Club went south last month for the Amelia Island Concours
Reunion and at the Amelia Island Amelia Island’s Cars & Coffee d’Elegance, the most prestigious car event in the eastern US.
Cars and Coffee Event. He was also a event. That’s Joan Stockton and
judge at the Werks Reunion. Wally directly behind the car. The Edwards brothers, Gary and Wally with Doris and
Barbara, Joe and Leslie Martin, and Bob and Joan Stockton
8 • May 2017 • experienced the automotive extravaganza.

The concours features hundreds of famous (and expensive)
cars of all kinds from around the world (some flown in for
this show) held on the grounds of the Ritz Carlton Hotel golf
course. The cars are judged by automotive experts from around
the world.

Many other events are held during the days before and after
the concours: a cars & coffee show; various marque shows;
auctions by the well-known auction houses; test drives, dinners
and more.

Gary Edwards showed his Porsche 911 at an all-Porsche
event, and Wally Edwards showed his Cadillac XLR
Convertible at a cars & coffee show. The main concours,
originally set for Sunday, was moved to Saturday in the face of
threatening weather, but all events were conducted flawlessly.

The McCormick Car Club’s May activities include a day of
kart racing at Carolina Motorsports Park and a five-day road
tour in the Appalachian Mountains.•


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Complete Professional Landscaping

Residential - Commercial - Industrial

Caribbean Cruise including dance and musical shows, Landscape Management
magic acts, comedy shows, and more.
by MAUREEN MOONEY Afternoons were spent at the swimming One-time Clean Up, Fertalizing, Pruning,
pool, playing cards, bar hopping, or Spraying, & Monthly Maintenance
A GOOD TIME was had by 29 SLV simply relaxing in the tropical climate.
residents on a seven day (Feb. 25 - Landscape Design
Mar. 4) Caribbean cruise aboard the We are planning another cruise
Norwegian Epic that included stops for next February. This time it’s on Creative, Professional Design, Planning,
in St. Thomas and Tortola, with an Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas. & Consultation
excursion to Virgin Gorda and the This cruise will originate in Port
Baths. We all enjoyed the freestyle Canaveral, FL for 7-days and travel to GreenwoodLandscape Installation
dining at a dozen restaurants, cafes, St. Marteen, San Juan, Puerto Rico,
grills, and lounges. Professional and Royal Caribbean’s private resort Grading, Seeding, Sodding, Irrigation Systems,
entertainment was a nightly highlight, in Labadee, Haiti. Contact Raylene Trees, Shrubs, & Landscape Lighting
and Jim Emerich at for more info.• NurseryChuck Bell, Owner,

Joe McChesney submitted this B.S. Horticulture, Clemson Unviresity
photo of a 4 lb. largemouth bass
caught from the dock at Kingfisher GreenwoodGreenwood
Court by their grandson who was
visiting in March. NurseryGreat Gardens Begin Here!

Please submit any fishing photos NurseryMonday- Friday 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
you have to Saturday - 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and they might be featured in our
magazine or on our facebook page!• 2422 Hwy 72 West
(3.5 miles past the mall, on the right)

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864.229.0154 • May 2017 • 9



May 2017 Sue and John Yerdon THE HONOR OF this year’s May Garden
of the Month goes to Sue and John Yerdon,
204 Heron Shores in the Tara neighborhood
of Savannah Lakes Village. John and Sue
moved here from Schenectady, NY about
one and half years ago and have been busy
transforming their yard into an outdoor
living space since they arrived. They have
landscaped the front and back, added a patio
and created a beautiful pond with a waterfall,
complete with five Koi. The backyard truly
feels like an addition to the home. They have
incorporated permanent trees including a
Japanese Maple, Pink Dogwood, Magnolia
and Crype Myrtle as well as many perennials.
The perennials include roses, notably two
unusual lavender bushes, dahlias, sedum,
English boxwood, azaleas and hostas. All of
these plantings are highlighted with colorful
annuals including Sue’s favorite-snapdragons.
Both John and Sue share in the work of
planning and caring for this great garden.
With the variety of plants they have chosen,
they are sure to have color in their garden well
into fall.•

“BELLS & WHISTLES 29835” Recap

by SHAARON KOHL “Bells & Whistles 29835” had some great sponsors:
photos by Nathan Elliott McCormick Town Council, McCormick County Council, the
Thank you! Gold Rush Committee, Savannah Lakes Realty, McCormick
Just wanted to thank all the SLV’ers and visitors who Arts at the Keturah (MACK), and West Carolina Telephone.
supported our third “Bells & Whistles 29835 “day festival! We WCTEL deserves a special acknowledgement as donating four
were so blessed to have such absolutely perfect weather which wonderful techy prizes greatly influenced kids to enter the
always enhances the total experience! The Scavenger Hunt was ABC Scavenger Hunt! A very sincere “thank you!” to ALL.
enthusiastically received by kids and their parents as well--and
the train theme of the festival is coming on strong!! I speak for my co-committe members as well...Pauline Dain
and Janice Grizzard.•
See more photos of this event at

10 • May 2017 • • May 2017 • 11


Disc Golf
at Wildwood Park

he Savannah Lakes Village Outdoor
Adventure Club opened a new chapter of
adventure when they embarked into the
world of disc golf in March. The club had
21 members & guests set out in the rain
to the International Disc Golf Center
at Wildwood Park in Appling, GA.
Thomas Lynch from the PDGA course
did a great job instructing the group &
demonstrating a variety of disc throwing
techniques. He also gave us a short
history of the sport & tour of the on-site
Disc Golf Museum. After some practice
on the putting greens, the group enjoyed
playing the “Steady” Ed Headrick 18
hole course. It is one of 3 courses at
the park to choose from. The general
consensus was that beginners as well
as the experienced disc golfers had a great time. The members
picked up the techniques quickly.
A special thanks to Howard & Carol Lauderback, Tom &
Karen Greene and Mac McClintock. Howard coordinated the
outing to introduce the club to this fun sport. The Greens &
Lauderbacks were team leaders to guide the group through the
course. Mac trekked through the woods & shoreline to capture
the day on film.
The SLV Adventure Club offers many activities throughout
the year, including biking, hiking, kayaking events (You
must try the rodeo & moonlight paddle!), various workshops
including geocaching, and presentations by SLV’s own
naturalist: Lee Belanger. You can get the full schedule online at•
12 • May 2017 •

Darius A. Divina, D.O.


AAMC Orthopedic Services
Doctor of Osteopathy Graduate of
Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI
Completed an Internship and Residency at
Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital in Pontiac, MI


Please Join Us in Welcoming Dr. Darius Divina
to AAMC Orthopedic Services

We are pleased to announce that Dr. Darius Divina, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon,
has joined AAMC Orthopedic Services. Dr. Divina specializes in helping orthopedic
patients return to the normal activities they enjoy. When not caring for patients, he
enjoys spending time with his wife and three children. Dr. Divina also mentors young
physicians, serves as clinical associate professor at the Medical University of SC (MUSC),
and works with Doclink, an organization that helps middle and high school students make
good choices.

To make an appointment with Dr. Divina, AAMC ORTHOPEDIC SERVICES
please call AAMC Orthopedic Services 901 W. Greenwood St., Suite 8-B
at 864-366-6060 or visit Abbeville Surgical Building

SHOW AND SALE A unique opportunity to view and
Benefiting Greenwood Performing Arts purchase fine antiques from more
than 30 national dealers and featuring
Art ․ Furniture ․ Home Décor a Champagne Soirée preview party,
Jewelry ․ Rugs ․ Collectibles What’s it Worth? appraisal days,
free exhibitor presentations, and live

musical performances.

June 9 – 11, 2017

Friday/Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

James Medford Family Event Center
Piedmont Technical College
Greenwood, S.C.


Ticket includes admission for all three days.
864.227.8744 • May 2017 • 13



215 Holly Lane - $245,500 214 Lookout Loop - $139,900 225 Sandpiper Lp - $257,500 L2 Block 9 Beau Place
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 - $265,000 313 Spike Horn Lane - $184,900 104 Hearne Place - $387,000 411 Charles Place - $209,000
4 BR / 3 BA 3,220 sq ft INTERIOR 3 BR / 3 BA 1,864 sq ft INTERIOR 3 BR / 2.5 BA 4,377sq ft INTERIOR 3 BR / 2 BA 1,200 sq ft INTERIOR


214 Butler Point - $299,000 314 S. Oak Street - $75,000 109 Laurens Drive - $239,900 108 Arbor Lane - $179,000
4 BR / 3 BA 3,506 sq ft LAKE 2 BR / 2 BA 1,868 sq ft McCORMICK 3 BR / 2 BA 1,584 sq ft GOLF 3 BR / 2 BA 1,664 sq ft


L10 B65 - $150,000 - LAKE L16 B36 - $28,900 - GOLF L4 B1 - $149,000 - LAKE L10 B42 - $65,000 - GOLF
Overlook Point - Tara Driftwood Lane - Tara Bereau Drive - Savannah Pt Elgin Lane - Monticello


L18 B21 - $43,900 - GOLF L2 B3 - $49,900 - GOLF L10 B42 - $65,000 - GOLF L5 B44 - $35,900 - GOLF
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3 BR / 2 BA 1,703 sq ft INTERIOR 3 BR / 3 BA 4,272 sq ft LAKE


111 Rivanna Lane - $299,000 205 Windwood Point - $209,000 207 Washington St - $164,000 198 Shenandoah Drive - $375,000
3 BR / 3.5 BA 3,800 sq ft LAKE 3 BR / 2 BA 1,601 sq ft INTERIOR 3 BR / 3 BA 2,233 sq ft McCORMICK 5 BR / 4.5 BA 3,317 sq ft LAKE


206 Yankee Circle - $289,000 309 Misty Cove - $279,000 201 Bayberry Court - $259,900 L11 B12 Niblick Lane
3 BR / 2 BA 2,110 sq ft LAKE 3 BR / 2 BA 1,750 sq ft LAKE 3 BR / 2.5 BA 2,167 sq ft GOLF
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315 Coastal Cove - $79,900 109 Hickory Point - $225,000 6 Overlook Point - $289,000 102 Buckeye Lane - $145,000
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338 Crown Point - $419,000 L8 B17 Ivy Court - $289,000 306 Bay Circle - $269,900 111 Gautier Lane - $229,000
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ROD & GUN CLUB 1 1 1 1
2 3 3
PLEASE-Don’t Shoot The Hostage 1 4

THE SLV ROD & Gun Club hosted their quarterly Defensive
Shoot on Saturday, March 11 at the Rod & Gun Club pistol
range. The event was attended by 27 SLV shooters.

The event placed the shooter under a simulated stressful
experience to practice the skills needed for a real crisis. In this
situation, the crisis was a hostage taking. The course is set up
with 6 targets, 2 with hostages, 2 with brick walls and 2 in the
open. The shooter has two clips with 10 rounds in each and
must change clips and continue shooting. The object is to put 2
rounds in the “bad” guy’s body and 1 round in his head without
hitting the hostage or the brick wall. The shooter is timed and
score is compiled by scoring the clean hits in the shortest time.
Handguns, revolver and semi-automatic, with only five or six
rounds must put two rounds in the “bad” guy (any location).
The scoring of good hit at shortest time still prevails. All of the
shooters, guys and gals had a great time. Many of them were
new members and first time shooters.

Want to try your skill? If you’re not already a member,
join the Rod & Gun Club and you can participate in our next
Defensive Shoot, it’s a fun way to spend a Saturday morning.•

KEY: 1. Bad Guys 2. Hostage 3. Brick Wall 4. Shooter Stands

8th Annual by PAULINE DAIN two airline tickets to anywhere in the
PUT DOWN THE mop – grab the Continental USA. Prizes and awards
Humane Society of McCormick County clubs! go to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place teams
plus a special award for the last place
GOLF TOURNAMENT Spring “to do” list: Clean closets, power team. Let’s not forget the chance to
wash house, plant flower bulbs, sign up win wonderful door prizes just for
for the 8th Annual Humane Society of showing up and you have the makings
McCormick County Golf Tournament of a “purrfect” day. A drink cart will be
on May 20, 2017 at Hickory Knob State available for the player’s convenience
Park. OK – so maybe the first 3 are not plus you’ll have the added bonus of
so much fun so why not just skip to the helping a great cause. HSMC is a 100%
last and reward yourselfwith a day of volunteer 501c3 non-profit, no-kill effort
golf – all while helping homeless cats and dedicated to serving the needs of cats
dogs? and dogs in McCormick County. Their
programs include low cost spay/ neuter,
Entry fee is only $50 per player or rabies vaccinations, a TNR community
$200 per team and includes cart rental cat campaign plus finding forever homes
and an after play luncheon of fried for hundreds of strays each year. All
chicken, potato salad, baked beans, rolls, proceeds will go to assisting and saving
drinks and delicious homemade desserts. animals.
Each player will also receive a certificate
for choice of either a 60 degree wedge or So you’re not a golfer but would still
19 degree standard shaft hybrid golf club like to help? Come cheer on the teams
(player must pay for shipping). and join them for lunch. Additional meal
tickets are offered at only $10 per plate,
Check in starts at 8:30 a.m. at the with take-out option available.
“Red Barn.” A Putting Contest begins
promptly at 8:45 a.m. followed by a 9:30 Entries should be received by May
a.m. shotgun start – scramble/captain’s 14 and are available by download at
choice format.
events.html. For further information or
Bring your “A” game as hole in one to purchase meal tickets, please contact
par 3 prizes on designated holes include Veda Andrews at 864-391-3855 or
$5,000 cash, a set of Callaway Diablo HSMC at 864-391-2349.•
irons, a Sharp LCD flat screen TV and

16 • May 2017 • • May 2017 • 17

Chip & Putt CONTEST


FROM ALL THE comments from the 75 members
in attendance, The Chip & Putt Contest and buffet at
Monti’s on Wednesday night was a huge success and
enjoyed by all. Attendees paid $1.00 per chip or putt
and all the proceeds were returned to the winners as
prize money.

The winners in the Chip & Putt contest are as


Place Name Distance Prize

1st Dick Stout 3’ 5” $52.50
plus gift certificate

2nd Jim Staggs 3’ 6” $31.50

3rd Denise Wise 4’ 4” $21.00


Place Name Distance Prize

1st Claude Robold 1’ 11” $52.50
plus gift certificate

2nd Vicky Cyr 3’ 2” $31.50

3rd Larry Kelber 3’ 9” $21.00

Congratulations to all the winners...and, yes the
Ladies’ were well represented amongst the winners.

Also, thanks to the F&B team for a great buffet
enjoyed by all. It seems we heard a lot of “let’s do it
again soon.”

The Events Committee appreciates your
attendance and support.•

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TENNIS AND PICKLEBALL COMMUNITY OVERVIEW Every January, the Tennis/Pickleball Committee sponsors a
Winter Dinner and Dance. This event has become a highlight
by LANA SNELLGROVE for the SLV community. Players, their friends, and neighbors
come together for a great evening of food, fellowship, and
THE TENNIS AND pickleball community in Savannah Lakes dancing. Five years ago, when the Lady Lakers, a SLV
Village takes great pride in the program for each sport and for ladies team, won the SC State Championship, the Southern
the complex where they play and socialize. The Recreation Sectionals, and were making plans to go to Surprise, AZ to play
Center oversees the maintenance of the courts and grounds that for the National Championship, Dish Network and other local
make up the Tennis/Pickleball Complex located behind the RC businesses and individuals used this event as an opportunity
building and the outdoor pool. The RC staff also works with to make donations to help fund the team’s expenses. Part of
the Tennis/Pickleball Committee to organize and support the the money raised was given by the team to build the handrail
programs for both tennis and pickleball. going to the lower courts. In the years following, all money
raised as part of the Winter Party has been used to maintain
However, the investment of the players for both sports goes and improve the high quality complex we all value. Three years
well beyond just showing up to play—as much fun as that ago, the Committee decided to include a silent auction at the
is! Several years ago as a member of the Tennis Committee winter party and funds for the Tennis/Pickleball Complex have
incharge of court maintenance, Brian Aufderheide, enlisted a increased substantially.
group of tennis players to come in and help the RC staff with
maintenance tasks that required additional time and manpower. The Tennis/Pickleball funds have provided two pergolas that
Thus, the MVP (Maintenance Volunteer Program) went to provide shade for spectators by the clay tennis courts. Three
work. This group included men and women who were willing cabanas with benches are strategically placed between the clay
to invest time and energy in keeping our tennis courts in top- tennis courts and between the hard courts. Since hard courts
notch condition. When pickleball was introduced in the village, are also used for pickleball, that cabana provides benches
these players immediately expressed an interest in becoming with backs and a shelf for gear. A pickleball ball machine has
involved. Mike Lusby has single-handedly taken on a number enhanced play for pickleball players at both the novice and
of tasks to improve the facility. Members of the MVP as well experienced level. Tennis/Pickleball funds provided the super
as his other tennis buddies have joined Mike as he has built sopper, a tool that allows the RC staff to ready courts for play
pergolas for spectators and cabanas on the courts. when wet weather leaves puddles on the courts. Two ball
20 • May 2017 • hoppers, one for tennis and one for pickleball, two footbaths,
solar walking path lights, the wall enclosing the Mac Arnold
Bench, spectator benches and chairs, USTA and Intramural
Teams recognition plaques, and most recently the welcoming
sign with decorative area surrounding it have been purchased
with T/P funds.

The POA has supported these projects and helped the money
to go further. The new spectator chairs were a shared project.
The Tennis/Pickleball funds paid for 35% of the chairs so
chairs at the pool, RC patio, and tennis courts would match and
could be used for large events. When the T/P funds purchased
stain for pergolas, Tony Tokar, RC staff member, stained the
structures. The new welcoming sign was paid for by T/P funds
and built and installed by Community Services. We all know
Savannah Lakes Village is a unique place to live, and the tennis/
pickleball community shows its appreciation by investing time,
energy, and money to keep our facilities in great condition.•


by GEORGE McKEE Witnessed on the Court. Chris Neid
Attitude. Have you noticed that when you and Mike McClain were playing Jon
are in a slump in tennis you are also the Bogart and George McKee when Jon
same way in everyday living. We look hit an excellent lob over Chris’s head for
at our partners and wonder, why didn’t a probable winner. Chris ran back and
he go for that, why did he hit it there or took a stab at an over head lob with his
why is he staying back after he hits a back to the court. The ball went high
deep shot? How much we think about and came down on the top of the doubles
the actions of others affects the way post and dribbled into the doubles lane
we act and play. If we don’t think our in Jon’s and George’s court for a winner.
partner is doing his/her part, then as we All were flabbergasted about such a good
analyze their play we cannot concentrate shot and maybe a little bit of luck.•
on our own efforts. We have witnessed
many come-from-behind wins by players SUITE DEAL
adjusting their attitude as well as their MAY 17–JUNE 6, 2017
strategy. How we overcome this outlook
is not easy but looking inward will go
a long way in changing our feelings of
others. Since we have no control over the
actions of people we should focus on our
contributions to the current game and try
to enjoy it win or lose.
Congratulations. “Well Done” to
Villagers Brian Aufderheide, Bob
Harla and Bill Reynolds for their
efforts helping the Gatewood team win
the USTA 7.5 55-plus combo doubles
Southern Regional Championship in
Auburn, AL.

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Code 42. Retrieving stray balls. Each
player is responsible for removing stray
balls and other objects from the players
end of the court. Whenever a ball is
not in play, a player must honor an
opponent’s request to remove a ball from
the court or from an area outside the
court that is close to the line.

USTA 2. Permanent Fixtures. The
permanent fixtures of the court include
backstops and sidestops, the spectators,
the stands and seats for spectators, all
other fixtures around and above the
court, the Chair Umpire, Line Umpires,
Net Umpires and ball persons when in
their recognized positions. USTA 13. Ball
Touches a Permanent Fixture. If the ball
in play touches a permanent fixture after
it has hit the correct court the player who
hit the ball wins the point. If the ball in
play touches a permanent fixture before
it hits the ground, the player who hit the
ball loses the point. USTA 13.3 Comment.
In doubles, if a ball is going out until it
hits the doubles post and ricochets into
the proper court the player who hit the
shot wins the point. • May 2017 • 21


Eastern Towhee or Robin? leaf litter. When disturbed, they rush for eat their eggs. Cats, Eastern Towhee
cover, making it more difficult to spot some hawks and owls
than other yard birds. They are easier also eat the young
by LEE BELANGER to see when climbing shrubs to sing or and adult birds and
Master Naturalist eat berries. If you are lucky enough to cowbirds lay eggs in
spot them foraging on the ground, notice
HAVE YOU NOTICED a reddish they hop with both feet together moving towhee nests. Despite
backwards while holding head and tail the odds, adults may
bird (not a robin) pecking at your lawn? high. Feet kick as much as an inch deep live in the wild for 12
Chances are it was an eastern towhee. to uncover seeds. This technique is
This large 8 1/2 inch sparrow, originally particularly useful in winter when fruits years.
and berries are scarce. Their scratching Eastern towhees
named “Rufous-sided towhee,” has is so loud, you may think a much larger breed April to mid-August in the
reddish sides and a towhee sounding animal is nearby.
call. Males have a black breast and back, southern states. The male sings to attract
Towhees have a varied diet: insects the female. When accepted, he brings
reddish sides and a white belly. Females including beetles, ants, wasps, bees, nesting material to the female who builds
are brown where males are black. Both moths and caterpillars as well as seeds,
have black beaks and red eyes except fruits, snails, spiders, and millipedes. the nest. Most nests are in dense brush
The birds scratch under bird feeders or bushes, but may be just a scrape in
in Florida’s panhandle where eyes are searching for mixed seeds, cracked the ground. Females lay up to six brown
white. When flying, white wing and tail corn, and sunflower seeds they crush
spots are visible. Robins have longer and with their powerful bill. They even eat spotted pale-pink eggs. After hatching,
small amphibians, snakes, and lizards young eat insects for 12 days before
narrower yellow bills, a grayish back, on occasion. Towhees benefit humans leaving the nest. In the south, towhees
and a white-eye ring. by controlling the spread of the less
Eastern towhees cover most of the desirable animals. If you suffer pollen can have three broods a year. If you want
allergies, you will be happy to note to attract these colorful birds, plant dense
eastern United States towhees also eat ragweed seed. bushes and leave brush piles in your
Robin and southern Canada. woods
They have many predators including
Northern birds rat and garter snakes, and raccoons that What is on your mind? E-mail Lee at
migrate but southern
birds are permanent
FUN FACT: In 1586 John White first
residents. Towhees described and drew the eastern towhee
prefer brushy thickets
and forest edges with while he was governor of the doomed
Roanoke Island colony.•


Making A Case For Syrah rational for selling this wine at much higher prices than
ordinary Bordeaux.
IN THE PAST couple of years there has been a tremendous Today’s Syrah choices compete with Cabernet by offering
push toward Syrah (“Shiraz” in Australia) as an alternative variety in style and for the most part, lower prices. You should
to increasingly-expensive Cabernet Sauvignon. (Personally, look for bright cherry fruit, tinged with pepper and spice.
Many good values are available for under $30.00. If you have
I’m perfectly happy with California’s wonderful Cabs.) never tried a Syrah dessert wine, you are in for a treat at the
However, personal preference aside, vintners in the Wine Club’s June 10 Wine Tasting, which will include, among
USA, particularly in Washington state and upstate the 20 wines to be tasted, a “Steel Black Bubbles Sparkling
New York have mounted a Syrah push. They have Syrah.” A bubbly wine infused with the true Syrah flavors of
been encouraged by support from Syrah growers in raspberry, blackberry, cherry, cedar and spice. A new taste
Australia’s Barossa Valley and France’s Rhone Valley. experience for many of us.
In spite of this great promotional effort, Syrah sales
still trail Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Pinot Noir Wine of the Month
by substantial margins.
Logic supports the pro-Syrah growers. It is A GOOD BET to start your Syrah cycle is a 2014 Kerloo Blue
much easier to grow than Cabernet and tolerates Mountain Syrah from the Walla Walla Valley in Washington.
extremes in cold weather (NY’s Finger Lakes This wine has complex aromas, dense fruit flavors and
region) and hot weather (Australia’s Barossa attention-getting acidity. Blue Mountain Syrah is a fruity, full-
Valley) better than just about any other red bodied wine with great balance. It pairs well with grilled red
grape. Syrah is also less expensive to produce and meats and red sauces. Rated at 93. Available at Total Wines for
competes extremely well with Cabernet on shelf about $20.00.
price. (The greater demand for Cabernet drives
prices upward.) Worst Pun of the Month
Syrah had its humble beginning in France’s
Rhone region. In the 19th century, Syrah was A MAN WAS fired from his calendar factory job, for taking
used to improve the local “Bordeaux” wines. a day off.•
This process of creating a “cuvee” was dubbed
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every NFORTUNATELY, WE ARE all too familiar with the impact
of drought. When the rains stop, the lake level goes down.
Welcome to The pristine shores of Thurmond Lake become dried, parched
Lutheran Church By The Lake banks of rock and clay. The bountiful blue waterways become
an obstacle course of stumps and sand bars, and the Corp of
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive Engineers goes from the friendly folks who provide us with a
wonderful resource for recreation to the maniacal mangers who won’t listen to
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am our concerns. It is amazing how the lack of water impacts us.
Sunday School Adults - 9:15am Given the scorching effects the shortfall of rain has on nature and our
attitudes, it is no wonder that in the pages of scripture the image of extreme
Youth Fellowship Wednesday - 4:15pm drought is used to describe the absence of the presence of God. The psalmist
expresses it in Psalm 63:1, “O God, you are my God, I seek you, my soul thirsts
Pastor Jim Kinsler for you; my flesh faints for you, as in a dry and weary land where there is no
864-391-3000 water.” In the 37th Chapter of Ezekiel sun-baked bones are an illustration of Israel’s spiritual state, “The hand of the LORD was on me, and he brought me
out by the Spirit of the LORD and set me in the middle of a valley; it was full
“Building relationships with God and neighbors” of bones. He led me back and forth among them, and I saw a great many bones
on the floor of the valley, bones that were very dry.” It is not difficult to get the
Sun 11 am point of a wilting relationship with God.
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor If dryness denotes a withering spirit, the refreshment of water is the picture
of a renewed and vibrant spirit. In the first two verses of Psalm 23 “The LORD
3:30 - 4:30 is my shepherd, I shall not want; he makes me lie down in green pastures. He
leads me beside still waters; he restores my soul.” In this psalm we are greeted
with a tranquil scene which causes to spring up within us a vitality of spirit. It
makes us awash in the assurance of a God who cares for us.
The ultimate expression of the life-giving force of water comes in John 4
where Jesus encounters the Samaritan woman at the well. Jesus is hot and
thirsty as he sits by the well and asks for a drink. The conversation that ensues
is a flood of insight in a desert for weary souls.
Jesus answered her, “If you knew the gift of God, and who it is that is saying
to you, ‘Give me a drink,’ you would have asked him, and he would have given
you living water....Everyone who drinks of this water will thirst again, but
whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst; the water
that I shall give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal
life.” The woman said to him, “Sir, give me this water, that I may not thirst.”
This interaction with Jesus becomes a decisive turning point in the life of the
woman who lived with a spiritual drought. I pray you can also experience the
living water, 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
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Many times it’s the items we associate
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• memory tables
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Bring something that celebrates their
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Pets of the Month


MY NAME IS Nick and I’m the first to admit I’m not “purr-fect.” True, I’m handsome and sweet as can be
but I tend to be painfully shy. It’s not that I’m cranky or anything, I’m just more comfortable being social
on my own terms. I am almost 2 years old and I’m neutered and have all my shots. I’d be happy to barter
24/7 “mouse patrol” in exchange for a warm barn to curl up in and a nutritious meal. I think we could
grow to be friends.

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.

A SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FROM HSMC provide companionship for horses and other livestock. The barn cats
will help the property owner, while the property owner provides the
HSMC HAS IMPLEMENTED a “barn cat program” to help place cats with a safe place to live.
“special needs” and very shy cats into a safe environment. These are
not aggressive animals but may not currently have the social skills to Potential adopters must still provide daily food and water and
be a house cat. provide a safe, dry area for an outside cat to live. Medical care must
be provided as needed. In taking in barn cats, you are providing a
Barn cats can earn their keep by suppressing rodent populations wonderful and generous gift to these animals that need a safe place
and keeping them out of your buildings and barns. The cats can also to live out their lives.

Move Over Little Doggie building. However in the years it took sometimes free) to any county dog or cat
to find the perfect acreage to call home, and includes a rabies vaccination. HSMC
Kitties Moving In! county building codes changed making also runs a successful “TNR” (Trap-
the expense to upgrade the structure Neuter-Return) effort for “community”
by PAULINE DAIN to meet code beyond practicality. stray cats as an effective means to control
Enter local residents Don and Kathy the population. With over 16 years of
he homeless cats of Webb who purchased the building kit experience and success to be proud
McCormick, South from HSMC with the hope of using it of, it’s little wonder that other local
Carolinahave received to garage some of Don’s classic cars. animal groups are turning to HSMC
some exciting news: Unfortunately, that too was not meant to for advice on how to start their own
The Humane Society of be so the Webb’s generously donated the shelter. Rollison has recently met with
McCormick County has building back to HSMC after President 2 ambitious groups from neighboring
broken ground for a new Dave Rollison informed them that he counties to share his expertise.
dedicated cat shelter! negotiated with local contractor George
The 948 square foot building will Gable to barter bulldozer work in The cost of a new cat shelter comes
replace the current 12’x36’ prefab garden exchange for the steel building. with a hefty price tag at an estimated
shed dubbed “the cat barn” which has Mr. Gable had previously provided his cost of $50,000. HSMC is currently in
been used as a temporary fix to house services to HSMC. the last year of a 3 year pledge drive
the stray cats in HSMC’s care. The and continues to welcome any and all
new building will be a much needed HSMC,a privately owned 501c3 donations. The group is quick to point
step up from the cats current “digs” group, is part of a “no-kill” effort that is out that the $50k will get them there
and will have indoor plumbing, proper gaining momentum in South Carolina then it’s up to them to keep raising funds
ventilation and additional space for play and across the nation. The goal is to to operate. HSMC does not receive any
and socialization. Although HSMC’s goal completely eliminate the euthanizing state or federal funding and relies on
is to find a loving home for every feline, of any healthy or treatable animal in private donations and grants. In addition
quite often a cat will remain at the shelter the state. Charleston Animal Society, HSMC is actively recruiting people
for months until an adoptive family is South Carolina’s first animal protection willing to help construct the building
found. The additional amenities of the organization and one of the oldest with work slated to start on April 20.
new shelter will help make it a more (143 years) in the nation, launched No
pleasant stay and will facilitate onsite Kill South Carolina (NKSC) in 2015. The cat building will complement
adoptions. Funded by a generous grant from Petco the dog shelter already in place on the
The road to building a cat shelter Foundation, No Kill South Carolina HSMC property and is the last currently
has been a convoluted one. HSMC’s hit the ground a year later and just may planned phase of construction for the
original plan was to use a donated be the boldest grassroots animal care group. To date, McCormick County
steel building procured by Community initiative ever undertaken in the U.S. has no animal control service or county
Liaison Chair Veda Andrews prior to the animal shelter. To donate to the pledge
group’s purchase of the 50 plus acres on In addition to finding loving homes for fund or to volunteer for this project or
Hammond Road as either a dog or cat the county’s strays, HSMC also promotes other on-going programs, phone
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Offered by Capital Home Builders

Room sizes and square footages are approximate. Lot Selection: Choose from our builder
Pricing, floor plans and elevations are subject to change. approved handpicked lake, golf or
Landscaping not included. interior lots.
Price based on slab on grade construction. Builders Warranty: Built and warrantied by
LOCAL SLV builder: Capital Home Builders.
Includes: Appliances, Granite Countertops,
Hardwood and Tile Flooring,
Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Fiber Cement
Siding, and Stone or Brick Accents.
Interior Design: Utilize our in-house
interior designer to help select finishes and
paint colors.
Custom Design Upgrade: You like the
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.

Promoting Women’s Health
Initiatives in the Lakelands.

2016 Tournament Youth Golf Clinic

Every age. Every stage. Every woman. Ensure you’re always in top form by taking
care of your health. Get inspired, get revitalized and get excited at the Self Regional
Healthcare Foundation Women’s Health Classic. It’s your connection for better health.

Benefiting Self Regional Healthcare Foundation’s women’s health
initiatives and women’s charities in the Lakelands.

May 8 - 14

Links at Stoney Point

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