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Savannah Lakes Realty & Anna Perry…
A Combination Of Experience & Marketing Skill

Please join us in welcoming Anna Perry as a new sales associate with Savannah Lakes Realty! Anna
and her husband Ralph purchased their home in Savannah Lakes on January 11, 1990. In 1995 she
obtained her SC Real Estate License and has been putting buyers and sellers together in SLV
ever since.

“I’ve always been impressed with Anna. She’s a professional; She’s a class act.
Anna’s a trusted member of our community,” said Dwight Fleming, president
of Savannah Lakes Realty. “We’re thrilled to welcome her to the
Savannah Lakes Realty family.”

She chose Savannah Lakes Realty because of what they are doing to promote SLV
on a national level.

Anna served on the Long Range Strategic Planning Committee, the Tara Club House
and Recreation Committee and resides in the Tara subdivision. Anna organized the
First Night State Party and serves as chair of the monthly Savannah Lakes Lunch Bunch.

Direct: 864-378-1336

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McCormick Family Practice
1319 South Main St McCormick
864. 852. 3336 • February 2018 • 5


February at the MACK Helen Hutson’s Drawing Class
All Fridays: 10:00 - 1:00 / 864-852-3216 This class is now offered as an ongoing program. All levels are welcome. Students
are requested to purchase classes
During the cool weather, we enjoy in 3-week bundles.
warming our community through arts and (3) $45 Members/$50 Non-Members
connecting our cultural opportunities. Stop
by to “warm up” and explore the current Art Instruction with Pat Meyers
exhibition, view our gift shop or receive Tuesday Class Dates: February 6, 13 and 20
community updates. We would “LOVE” to Thursday Class Dates:
see you! February 9, 16 and 23
3-Week Class/Tuesday/1:00 - 3:30
18th Annual Juried Art Exhibition $50 Members/$55 Non-Members

We are looking forward to sharing the 2017 Juried Art First Place Belinda Ramsey’s Community Threads
best our region has to offer in our 18th “​ Biker Brothers” by M​ ary Anne Brock WHERE: Hickory Knob State Park/
Annual Juried Art Exhibition. The Artist McCormick, SC 29835
Reception will be Friday, February 9, FEBRUARY ART CLASSES & WORKSHOPS DATES: Saturday, February 10/
2018 from 6:00 - 8:00pm. Please note Contact the MACK office to register 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
this is the second Friday of the month. or for more information. Wednesday, February 14/10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Your member benefits apply with savings This program currently meets at Hickory
of 10% off any art sales that night. This Jean Gale’s Piano Lessons Knob State Park, Bordeaux Room. There is no
evening will also be another Art Trot Find the joy of music at the MACK with piano fee to join this program and no experience
in Historic McCormick with numerous lessons. Students ages 8 - 80 are encouraged is necessary. To register for this program’s
downtown merchants and other galleries to register for weekly piano lessons, typically communications list, please contact Belinda
participating. The Henrys will be 45 minutes long. at 843-860-5403 or send an introductory
featured as our live entertainment. The email to•
exhibition will remain on display through
March 3, 2018. This exhibition is open 10th Annual MACK Students Art Exhibition
to all residents of the United States, 18
years of age or older. Please request our
detailed specifications through our office.

“Black History Month 2018”

The MACK celebrates “Black History
Month 2018” in February and all year
round! We value respect, integrity and
equality. We appreciate the history,
present and future of the amazing
contributions that our fellow citizens
have offered to our community and
nation. Please join us to support local

MACK Artisans Gallery Shop

Our MACK Artisans Gallery Shop is
a wonderful place to find quality, unique
gifts and cards for a sweetheart. If you
are looking for a special gift for a loved
one, the shop offers a variety of items
including hand crafted jewelry, cards,
pottery, purses, scarves and so much
more.We are open Monday through
Saturday from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm.‌

6 • February 2018 •


CAROLINA BRASS to Perform February 4 quality chamber music in both formal and informal settings.
The group has a wide variety of exciting, entertaining and
by MICHAEL McCLAIN informative programs, including Classical and Contemporary
“SUNDAYS AT FOUR” proudly announces that the Carolina works, Medieval and Renaissance music, and pops programs
Brass will be in town next month. The program will be at the encompassing Broadway, Jazz, Dixieland, Big Band, and other
Lutheran Church By The Lake, 378 and Twelve Oaks Drive in popular forms.
Savannah Lakes Village, at 4 p.m.
In addition to classical recitals and pops concerts, Carolina
Established in 1997, the Carolina Brass combines virtuosity Brass performs extensively in educational settings. These
and good humor, delighting audiences wherever they go. educational and entertaining programs provide students
Carolina Brass programs are fun and embrace the audience with performances, demonstrations, and master classes in an
with music and conversation. These programs provide informal and interactive environment. This allows audiences to
audiences with an opportunity to hear and experience ask questions and become more involved in the arts.

Carolina Brass is a group of dedicated professionals with a
commitment to excellence in performance and music education.
Trained at some of the country’s most prestigious schools,
including the New England Conservatory of Music, Indiana
University, and the Eastman School of Music, Carolina Brass
personnel have extensive national and international performing,
recording and touring experience.

The mission of the Carolina Brass is to promote the
understanding of music and to improve the performance level
of musicians of all ages through performances, residencies,
master classes, and recordings.

Carolina Brass is an ensemble made up of artist musicians
who understand the value of offering programs of integrity and

Capture the excitement of Carolina Brass! For ticket info call
Peggy Harla, (864) 391-3044.•



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Finding the water never felt so good!

(864) 223-1660 • • Across from Greenwood Mall • February 2018 • 7

DAR Honors Revolutionary War Patriot, ADAM WIDEMAN

TWENTY MEMBERS OF the Long Cane Chapter, Daughters of
the American Revolution, their spouses and friends gathered Thursday
morning at the Harris-Wideman Cemetery to honor Revolutionary War
patriot, Adam Wideman.

They were joined by SCDAR District III Director, Faye Kassing.
Honored guests included descendants Gene Klugh of West Columbia,
SC; Hugh Bradley of Irmo, SC; Jane McDonald and Lynn Lenning of
Greenwood, SC.

Adam Wideman was born in 1761 on the ship Nancy as his parents
crossed from Germany to America. The family settled in Granville, NC
before migrating to the Ninety-Six District of SC.

“The DAR conducted a short service to honor Adam
and the sacrifices made by our Revolutionary War patriots.”

Adam served in the SC militia under General Andrew Pickens during the
Revolutionary War. He is thought to have primarily fought in a campaign
against the Cherokees in northern Georgia.

In 1788 he married Millie Ann Harris. They had eleven children of which
there are many descendants still living in the area. Adam died in 1842.

The DAR conducted a short service to honor Adam and the sacrifices
made by our Revolutionary War patriots. The descendants then unveiled a
bronze plaque which had been placed at the site of his actual grave marker.
The DAR and descendants of Adam Wideman contributed towards the
purchase of the plaque. Sibert Memorials affixed the plaqueto a granite
base and placed the marker. The McCormick High School JROTC Color
Guard, under the leadership of Commander Anthony Hughes, carried the
colors. Tymira Bookert played Taps at the conclusion of the service.•

8 • February 2018 •

“World Day Please join with women, men, and children in more than 170
Of Prayer” countries and regions to celebrate World Day Of Prayer.

March 2, 2018 Good Shepherd Catholic Church

1401 Greenwood Hwy, McCormick, SC 29835

photos by Steven Laughmiller 3/2/18 at 11 a.m.
THE “WORLD DAY of Prayer” is a
worldwide ecumenical movement of Contact: Linda Crochet 864-391-9696 or

Christian women of many traditions for additionial information
who come together to observe a
common day of prayer and action each
year on the first Friday in March.
Each year a different country serves
as the writer of the “World Day of
Prayer” worship service, interpreting
the Bible in their own context, and
lifting up issues of mission, justice,
and peace that are important to them.
This year the country of Suriname,
located on the northern coast of South
America,wrote the worship service.
It is one of the smallest countries in
South America, yet its population is
one of the most ethnically diverse in
the region.
Please come together to pray for
women all over the world and enjoy
the program being performed on
Friday, March 2, 2018 at 11 am at
Good Shepherd Catholic Church,
1401 Greenwood Hwy, McCormick,
SC 29835.•

Photos from the 2017 “World Day Of Prayer” Program • February 2018 • 9

“2017 Holiday on Main Christmas Parade” Photos by Nathan Elliott

The Winners of the Individuals/Walking
“2017 Holiday on Main or Riding Division (other than floats):
1st place – Insurance Corner
Christmas Parade” 2nd place – Santa’s Elves
Winners 3rd place – McCormick High School Marching Band
4th place – Clemson Extension Service 4-H Club
by McCORMICK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 5th place – McCormick High School JROTC
Photos by Eclectic Captures 2017 - Sandra Sherman The Chamber of Commerce wishes to thank all parade
participants and volunteers for helping to make this year’s
FOR THE FIRST time, the Chamber of Commerce parade a fun and successful event.
had a competition for parade entrants during the Annual Special thanks go to our judges and people in charge of
“Holidayon Main Christmas Parade” on Saturday, December logistics.
2, 2017. Prizes were awarded in two categories: Floats and Judges:
Individuals/Walking or Riding. The award levels were based Ann Marie Nash-Smith
on number of entrants in each category. Each category (Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce)
was judged based on a set of rules that were given at the Sandy McKinney (McCormick Town Clerk)
time of registrations. The Chamber of Commerce received Susan Miller (SLV resident)
sponsorships from local businesses and individuals to cover Mark Miller (SLV resident)
the awards. Ellen Cook (coordinated the competition and judging)
Thanks to the following sponsors: Mr. and Mrs. Maurice White (White’s Hardware) for
First Citizens Bank applying numbers to the street curb for the parade line-up.
Mt. Vernon Mills Crystal Barnes (County Administration), Mary Covert and
Michelle’s Pizza Faye Neal (Chamber of Commerce) for assisting with the
Transinfocom parade line-up.
Ellen Cook
Savannah Lakes Realty The Chamber wants to remind everyone that the
Earth Connection Outfitters 2018“Holiday on Main” festivities and parade will be here
Food Lion before you know it;so start thinking about entering the
Savannah Lakes Village parade now. We would love to see more floats and other
CAOTTI participants. Contact the Chamber of Commerce at 864-
852-2835 or for more
Winners of the Float Division: information.•
1st place – Willington African American Cultural Center
2nd place – Lutheran Church by the Lake
3rd place – Marine Corps Toys for Tots/Michelle’s Pizza

10 • February 2018 •

Right Column: Winners of the Individuals/Walking
or Riding Division (other than floats) u
Left Column: Winners of the Float Division q
*Photos from Eclectic Captures 2017 - Sandra Sherman
**Photos from McCormick High School facebook page

1st place – Insurance Corner*

1st place – Willington African American Cultural Center* 2nd place – Santa’s Elves*

2nd place – Lutheran Church by the Lake* 3rd place – McCormick High School Marching Band**

3rd place – Marine Corps Toys for Tots/Michelle’s Pizza* 4th place – Clemson Extension Service 4-H Club*

5th place – McCormick High School JROTC** • February 2018 • 11


Outdoor Adventure Club Walk The challenge is to walk every street and golf course in SLV.
We began this challenge in January 2016, and nearly 70 people
at Monticello Golf Course have completed the challenge and some more than once.
“What a great way to get to know the community
ON THE AFTERNOON of February 9, over 40 people we live in and be active and physically fit.”
from Savannah Lakes Village (SLV) and several of their four-
legged friends gathered to walk a portion of the Monticello What a great way to get to know the community we live
Golf Course. This walk was to encourage those who have not in and be active and physically fit. If you would like to take
completed the “Walk SLV Challenge” to achieve their goal. up this challenge or have questions, feel free to contact me at
12 • February 2018 •


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Outdoor Adventure Club Take your shot with Quarterly
Hike on SVRT Trail Maintenance Plans!
Monday, February 5 (864)229-9117

by LINDA McCLINTOCK Squeegee Clean Services
Resi/Comm Cleaning Services
p.m. the Outdoor Adventure Club will Nathan Arhelger
meet for a hike at the Badwell Cemetery Owner
Road entry to the Savannah Valley
Railroad Trail (SVRT). Servicing your area for over 10 years!
Prior to hiking the trail, we will walk to PRESSURE WASHING (HOMES, DRIVEWAYS,WALKWAYS, ETC.)
the Cemetery where Bill Clark will give
us a brief history of the Cemetery. We 864 443 3253
will then proceed to the old Homestead
site to hear about that area before we
embark on our hike to Barksdale Ferry INTERESTED IN ADVERTISING?
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The trail is 2 miles each way. However the community of Savannah Lakes Village for more than 20 years.
there are markers every 1/2 mile so you
can walk whatever distance you like. Circulation is in excess of A PROPERTY OWNER’S
2,800 addresses, ASSOCIATION SURVEY
Come out and join us to learn a little mailed FREE to all Savannah
history about the area and enjoy a lovely Lakes Village property DECLARED:
walk in the woods on our beautifully kept owners, residents, advertisers “Shorelines is clearly the most
SVRT. and others in the community.
Call (864) 391-3030 In addition, there are news preferred source of
Don’t forget that there is a donation stands throughout the region. information for keeping up
box at the trail head and SVRT is a on Savannah Lakes Village
non-profit organization that depends on information with 85% of
donations and is. It is run by volunteers villagers considering this
who maintain these wonderful trails
including the Cemetery and Homesite. source very useful.”

Your donations help!
If you have any questions, feel
free to contact Linda McClintock at • February 2018 • 13

Let’s Get Outdoors This Year! THE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE Club has released our 2018
calendar of events. From hiking to kayaking to geocaching, the
2018 Outdoor Adventure Club events slated for 2018 promise to have something for everyone.
Let’s go have some fun outdoors!

February May October
5 Hike SVRT Trail Hike TBD Steven’s Creek Hike 12 SVRT Founders Day Hike
13 Walk SLV Challenge, Spider Lilies 18 Seminar “Spiders and
Monticello Front 9 19 Seminar “Seashells & Scorpions”
19 Hike at Hickory Knob Saltwater Things” 20 Zombie Walk & Gather
March 26 Blueway Outdoor Festival
3 Intro to Geocaching June November
21 Bike Swamp Rabbit Trail 7 Whitewater Kayaking 10 Hike SLV Trail and
24 5K Run/Walk 26 Moonlight Kayak Scavenger Hunt
29 Hike/Tour at Musgrove Mill July 17 Kayak Trip
State Historic Site 27-28 Helen, GA Trip
April August Watch for News About
TBD Steven’s Creek Hike 24 Moonlight Kayak These:
11 Kayak Augusta Canal September Pending Events
19 Seminar “Living with 22 Bike North Augusta Little River Kayak
Snakes” Greenway Night Hike
24 Kayak to Heron Rookeries Kayaking on the Edisto River
28 Kayak Augusta Canal Bird Walk/Watch •

OverviewSLV RECREATION CENTER three times a week, each! The fitness
room offers a variety of equipment
by LANA STEARNS and weights that will help you achieve
your fitness goal. After your workout,
here’s not enough time in you can relax with three different
the day to do it all at the types of yoga classes, the sauna, or the
Recreation Center! invigorating jets of the spa.
Over the past couple of years,
the Recreation Center has The Recreation Center is the place
renovated the bowling alley bringing it to have some friendly competition
into the modern age of electronic score playing Bridge, Canasta, Euchre, or
keeping, synthetic lanes, automated just get together with neighbors to
pin setters and bumpers for our youth discuss topics of interest, books, quilt,
bowlers! We offer open bowling and knit, crochet or stitch embroidery!
league play for all levels of bowlers! You can also enjoy line dancing,
The tennis/pickleball complex has playing Bocce, horseshoes, cornhole,
been updated with new benches on croquet, or picnic under the pavilion.
the clay courts and cabanas on the
hard courts. Tennis enthusiasts engage The Events Committee promotes
in social and competitive matches. monthly events throughout the year
The indoor and outdoor pools sparkle to give residents the opportunity to
with glistening water inviting users to socialize and have more fun through
enjoy lap swimming and a variety of dinners, dancing, trivia, comedy, and
13 various water fitness classes each pool parties! As if this is not enough,
week! The indoor pool and spa were you can join the Outdoor Adventure
upgraded with UV light systems to Club to participate with group
enhance the purity of the water. Don’t hikes, bike riding, and kayaking!
forget about the land aerobics and The Outdoor Adventure Club offers
stretch & tone classes that are offered multiple activities each month!

No matter what you like to do, the
Recreation Center has an activity for
you! Don’t miss out on all the fun!
You can join today!•

14 • February 2018 •

group is planning a Valentine Party for the
weekend, the quartet can accommodate your
plan with an entertainment package to suit the
The McCormick Children’s Home is a
private, non-profit organization that provides
emergency shelter for abused, neglected or
abandoned children from all regions of the
state. It’s located on the John De La Howe
campus in McCormick County. Each year, the
facility cares for approximately 200 youngsters
ranging in age from birth to 17 years old. It
receives funding from the state Department
of Social Services, but relies, in large part, on
fundraising events, donations and grants to
meet its expenses.“Singing Valentines” is the
way the quartet is volunteering it’s time to
support this worthy organization.
The Huguenotes Quartet serenade The Huguenotes Quartet, all residents of

Anna & Grant Winstead (Pictured on left) Savannah Lakes Village, has begun accepting

reservations to perform “Singing Valentines”
for 2018. You may order a “Singing Valentine”
Huguenotes Barbershop Quartet for the McCormick area by calling the quartet hot line at
864-391-5006. In the Greenwood and Abbeville area, call
is once again ready to serenade your honey on 864-602-9769.
The Valentines will be delivered from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Call
Valentine’s Day & support children, too to reserve a time slot that will best suit your needs. Each

recipient will receive a flower, a Valentine card from the sender
by CHUCK NEILSON and a selection of special ‘Valentine’ love songs suitable for
Tenor, Huguenotes Barbershop Quartet the occasion. All donations collected for this effort are tax
deductible and are returned 100 percent to the McCormick
VALENTINE’S DAY IS approaching, and McCormick is Children’s Home.
lucky enough to have a unique way to express love to not Gals, don’t forget your male friend or husband. They receive
only lovers, but also to children in need, too. The Huguenotes a chocolate rose instead of flowers, a card from you and you
Barbershop Quartet will celebrate Valentine’s Day for the both receive the love songs which set off the day.•
15th consecutive year with “Singing Valentines” delivered on
Valentine’s Day February 14, 2018.
The Huguenotes Barbershop Quartet will present a bouquet
of flowers and serenade a sweetheart for a donation to the
McCormick Children’s Home, a win-win situation if there ever
was one.
The quartet began the Valentine promotion as a way to raise
money for the McCormick Children’s Home. Since initiating
this annual volunteer effort in 2003, the quartet has raised more
than $30,000 for support of the home’s operating expenses.
The quartet had many new places to sing in 2017. This
included the SLV valentine dinner at the River Grill, and the Huguenotes Quartet left to right: Chuck Neilson, Bob Osterman, Roy Phillips, Howard Albert

Power Squadron Valentine dinner at the recreation center, and
many rest homes and retirement facilities in the Greenwood
Valentine’s Day is on Wednesday this year, and the Quartet
is planning delivery of Valentines on Tuesday, February 13
as well. Tuesday will be primarily for workplaces, schools,
businesses, restaurants and private individuals in the
McCormick, Abbeville and Greenwood area. Wednesday,
February 14, will focus on private individuals, party events,
as well as other locations like those mentioned above. If your
Dinner guests at the River Grille Valentine dinner party sponsored by the Events Committee • February 2018 • 15



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Photos of the fun had at SLV Wine CLub events through the years

Happy Anniversary!The SLV Wine Club Saga 100!The reason for this unbounded popularity?...
Quite simply The Wine Club started its growth
by LARRY RUSSO spurt when our ladies began to dominate
selection of the 4-times–a-year party themes. We
ON FEBRUARY 26, 2018, the SLV Wine Club will celebrate its 20th progressed from Maifests, which concentrated on
Anniversary, making it the longest-standing club in the history of SLV. beer, bratwurst, Riesling and “Um pa pa” (guy
things) to exotic costume parties. We all know
To commemorate this occasion, I have been asked to repeat an updated that little girls love to dress up...we soon found
version of the anniversary column for our 10th. For those of you who read it out that so do grown-up girls! Our initial costume
ten years ago, bear with me--creativity will resurface next month. extravaganza was Titanic, a great success, except
that no one volunteered to go down with the
“Once upon a time, a little over 20 years ago, in Savannah Lakes Village, ship. In later years, we did Gone with the Wind,
a group of wine drinkers huddled together for warmth at lakeside decided (which included multiple contorted versions of
to form a club to promote fellowship and to provide a good excuse for more Rhett Butler), A Night at the Oscars, Prom Night
regular consumption of their favorite beverage. (which featured a pregnant Prom Queen), Disney
Night (where we cornered the market on Cruella
So much for fact, the SLV Wine Club was the brainstorm Devilles) and of course, The Roaring Twenties,
of former resident Armin Gummerman (would that be a great name for where the Chicago gangster element dominated
a Gewurztraminer label or what?). Armin lured a group of us, 20 or 30in (some members may actually have had relatives
number, to a meeting at Tara, enticing us with offers of wine and cheese... who were “tailgunners” on probation-era beer
very hard to resist. His strong suit was ideas. He did his best to avoid trucks.)The ladies glamorized to their heart’s
mundane organizational exercises. Shortly thereafter, Armin retreated to content. As for the hapless husbands, speaking
the warmth and congestion of sunny Florida, leaving behind a gem of a from personal experience, the roles played were
great idea. It remained for the survivors of that first wine and cheese party at best described as...well, “secondary” in nature,
to formulate the structure of a club, including drafting a constitution and a very secondary! I must admit, however, that there
set of by-laws. This is where the varied and substantial talents of our SLV was one triumphant occasion that allowed an
residents came into play. impressive display of hairy male legs and knobby
knees by the brave souls who wore Lederhosen to
Our governing rules were hammered out after a seemingly continuous the Maifest.
series of drafts and revisions, even including adoption of Robert’s Rules of
Parliamentary Procedure for our meetings. The best tribute to a job well done To reflect on one or two memories of
is that our club’s rules remain essentially intact today. The necessity for unrestrained moments, I can remember a winter
amendments has been minimal. “Conga” line that started in the Tara dining room,
went out the front door, circumvented the entire
During the subsequent 1st election night party on February 26, 1998, our building and part of the parking lot and somehow
first wave of 22 members elected the following officers. President – Larry managed to find its way back inside... and then
Russo, Vice-President – the late Bob Busch, Secretary – Nancy Burns and there was the dancing on the dining room tables...
Treasurer – Barry Greanya, as well as seven trustees. but that’s another story in itself. We’ve always had
fun, yet no one ever had to be ashamed of them
In the ensuing 20 years, SLV has had a number of different General the next morning.”
Managers and Chefs and at least as many Food Services Managers. All have
given the Wine Club top-drawer service and cooperation. Particular kudos to Our 10th Anniversary Party was put together
the SLV Manager-in-Charge at the time we formed the club...Gene Atkins, by 12 of the original club members who had
he was an invaluable asset to a group of comparatively brand-new residents. been continuously active throughout the first ten
years. I’m sure the 20th Anniversary Party will
Thanks, also, to Sam and June Wininger, the original publishers of the be equally well done by a talented band of newer
Shorelines’ predecessor newspaper, The Savannah Lakes Sun who supported members.
us from the beginning with both reporting and picture-taking. (It’s always a
good idea to have someone else to blame (Sam) when “very senior couple” As we move into our second 20 years, I know
photos turn out not to resemble Betty Grable and Harry James in their the present Wine Club leadership will do it’s best
prime). to uphold our motto, “Bottoms Up...but never
spill a drop.”•
Today, the Wine Club is the oldest independent social club in the Village.
Our initial number of 22 members has multiplied like a tank of guppies, with
more on the waiting list. Just compare the attendance at our first costume
party, 62, versus the number attending our 10th Anniversary Party, over
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20 • February 2018 •

by KEN WILES rifles. Several attendees were
THE SAVANNAH LAKES new to SLV while others were
Village Rod And Gun Club first time shooters. Visitors
had their annual open house posed questions about what
Saturday, January 20, 2018. gun to purchase for self-
protection, target shooting
The event was held at the and concealed carry. Not
pistol range and was a huge only were their questions
success with 53 participants. answered by knowledgeable
Al Gaer was the range range officers they were
master for the event and also allowed to try several

“The event was held at the pistol range
and was a huge success with 53 participants.”

club vice president Wayne different types, manufactures
Schollenberger was the host. and caliber of pistols.

The crisp, cool morning The event prompted
air did not dampen the 10 individuals to pursue
enthusiasm for the event. membership into the rod and
Al Gaer gave a briefing on gun club.
range safety and outlined
the morning activities. Many To all who attended it was
attendees brought their own evident that everyone had a
hand guns and .22 caliber great time.•

to hold and work with various hand guns from .22 to .45
caliper and from revolver to semi-automatics.The seminar
was attended by 35 people and was given great reviews.

Our Instructor, Len Azzarano, is a veteran of the
Philadelphia, PA police department where he served 26
years, 7 as a patrol officer and 19 as a detective. Len and his
wife, Diane, moved to SLV over 17 years ago. They have a
son and a daughter.•

What Gun Should I Buy?

THE SLV ROD & Gun Club sponsored a seminar on
“What Gun Should I Buy;” and it was conducted by Len
Azzarano at the Recreation Centeron Wednesday, January
10. The seminar was free and open to all SLV residents. Len
covered the pros and cons of various handguns and what
type of gun is best for any given situation. He explained
the type of gun(s) used for home defense, concealed carry
and target shooting. Attendees were given the opportunity • February 2018 • 21


IT TAKES A VILLAGE #15.Monticello green sand containers
to Maintain a Great Golf Course are located at the Cart Barn and at
therestroom on Holes #5 and #14.
by KEITH WISE 3. When filling divots and repairing ball
MGA Vice-President marks, follow the rule of “fix your own
AS WE ALL know, we have two plus one.”
beautiful championship quality courses 4. Make an effort to enter and exit the
here at SLV. At the last Golf Committee fairways at different points to avoid
meeting I attended, we discussed the wear in the same areas.
new yellow exit markers placed in the 5. When the “Cart Path Only” rule is
fairways by the Golf Staff to aid in effect, remember to take a sand bottle
keeping the grass in pristine shape. I with you to fill divots.
would like to use this month’s article to
list a few things we all can do to help.

1. Check with the Pro Shop staff before 6. Bunkers: Always enter a bunker
your round as to cart restrictions. from the lowest point (helps prevent
damage to liners). Rake the bunker
2. Our Golf Staff does a great job of after shot and footprints, and leave
making sure SLV carts have two full rake in trap.
sand bottles on each cart. If you have These are just a few small things we
your own cart, check your bottles and
fill them. Tara green sand containers can do to help keep our courses in the
are located at the Cart Barn, at Hole #1 “Championship” quality we have come to
and at the restrooms on Holes #5 and enjoy!•

fun entertainment by playing in the
sunny weather on Saturday, January 20.

The entire league played featuring
many familiar participants. Only with
this type of play was civil banter (but, of
course, not during the point), cheering,
coaching and encouragement from the
fans allowed.•

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MY NAME IS “Pearl” and I’m a 9-month-old white and black beauty. I think it was Jackie Kennedy that
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MY NAME IS Tristy, and I’m a 5-year-old boxer mix who is friendly to everyone and loves people. But in
order to find a forever home, we have to be totally honest with each other. You see, I have some back
issues with some tenderness that requires me to be on a joint supplement. That doesn’t mean I won’t
make a great addition to your family – provided that we are all on the same page. I enjoy short walks
and ear rubs. I love treats and don’t mind working for them. But I’m not a good fit if you have other
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Do You Eat Like a Bird? seeds. So how should one choose the best before filling your feeder. Woodpeckers,
food for a feeder? nuthatches, and chickadees love suet, but
by LEE BELANGER warm temperatures can make it difficult
Master Naturalist Most people start with a birdseed mix, to keep,even in a wire frame.
although the least expensive mixes often
AVE YOU HEARD have few preferred seeds. If the feeder You can tell what your backyard birds
the saying, “Eat like a is the tray type, birds often discard less eat by their bill. Seedeaters like cardinals
bird?” which implies desirable seeds in search of sunflower have strong, cone shaped bills while
someone picks at their seeds. Sunflower seeds are more insect eaters have longer, thinner bills.
food and eats very little? expensive than mixes; so save melon, A crow’s bill is long, thick and sharp,
In the bird kingdom, that pumpkin and squash seeds, which most allowing it to eat fruit, seeds, insects, and
couldn’t be farther from the truth. Birds seed eating birds also love. Other people small animals like frogs. Beaks contain
eat almost constantly. In fact, the word food like unsalted popcorn and peanuts keratin just like fingernails, but also have
“ravenous” comes from the word “raven,” are other options. Water soaked raisins blood vessels and nerves so birds can feel
a bird with an enormous appetite. Most are a favorite of robins, bluebirds, and for food in the ground or in tree cracks.
birds eat up to half their body weight mockingbirds. Many birds like crumbled Some birds use bills to carry and store
each day and humming birds eat twice breads, crackers and cereals. At nesting food. Woodpeckers push nuts into tree
their weight each 24 hours. Fortunately, time, crushed eggshells provide a calcium holes while nuthatches often bury seeds
birds don’t all eat the same food. Some source for egg-laying females. You can for later use.
are meat eaters like owls, and flycatchers. also collect wild nuts (acorns, hickory,
Others like sparrows, and finches, prefer and walnuts), but be sure to mash them Now is a good time to feed birds,
24 • February 2018 • before putting them in feeders so birds especially the humming birds soon
can get to the meat. Nectar lovers like to arrive. Let me know about your
humming birds prefer liquid feeders. successes. E-mail me at
Stay away from commercial colored•
nectar that can harm the birds. Instead,
use a red feeder to attract the hummers. Fun Fact:
Be sure to clean liquid feeders every
three days. Cloudy liquid is a sure sign of Most birds pick up food with their beaks,
contamination. Use white sugar, one part but parrots use their feet to grasp food.
to 4 parts water and boil for at least two They have a dominant foot: some are
minutes. Be sure it is room temperature right-footed and others left-footed. • February 2018 • 25


From Resolutions to Resurrection | by REV. KINSLER

Savannah Lakes Village and the THE FIRST OF January is the time I don’t want to hide on a closet shelf
McCormick area have several places of we make “New Year’s Resolutions,” A lot of secrets about myself,
worship for community involvement those well intentioned declarations And fool myself as I come and go
of self-improvement. By the first of Into thinking that nobody else will
and spiritual needs. February, usually our resolve has know
Please reference the advertisements eroded and our good intentions for What kind of man I really am;
included on this page to learn more. transforming our bad habits have I don’t want to dress myself in sham.
become feeble excuses to placate that I want to go with my head erect,
Welcome to nagging voice of guilt. Change can be I want to deserve all men’s respect
Lutheran Church By The Lake difficult. And in this struggle for fame and pelf
I want to be able to like myself.
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive Recently an insurance company I don’t want to look at myself and
launched a series of ads capturing know
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am this common human phenomenon. That I am a bluster and empty show.
“Mayhem,” personified by the man I cannot hide myself from me;
Pastor Jim Kinsler in the crumpled suit and bandages I can see what others can never see;
864-391-3000 on his face has turned over a new I know what others can never know, leaf. Instead of causing chaos and I cannot fool myself, and so
crashes, Mayhem is now a lightning Whatever happens, I want to be
“Building relationships with God and neighbors” rod to protect your house, a road Self-respecting and conscience free.
Good Shepherd Catholic Church flare to prevent an accident, and a
tennis ball in the garage to keep you Edgar Guest has a wonderful insight,
Invites you to attend services from scratching your car. But the well but also an oversight. While we as
Wed & Fri - 9am intentioned Mayhem only lasts for humans strive to be “self-respecting
Sat - 5 pm two weeks, walking off the job as the and conscience free,” we must account
Sun - 11 am lighting rod and snuffing out the road for the moral mayhem known as sin.
flare, both leading to pandemonium The Apostle Paul in Romans 7 writes,
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor and property damage. Mayhem will be “When I want to do good, evil is right
Confessions: Sat 3:30 - 4:30 mayhem. there with me. For in my inner being I
Hwy 221 North, McCormick delight in God’s law; but I see another
The first step to any real law at work in the members of my
852-4722 transformation comes with self- body...and making me prisoner to the
awareness. Socrates is to have said, law of sin...What a wretched man I
“Know thyself.” Edgar A Guest, am! Who will rescue me from this
known as the “People’s Poet,” wrote body of death? Thanks are to God --
over 11,000 poems. One of his best through Jesus Christ our Lord.” True
known poems, “Myself,” captured change comes not from resolutions,
Socrates’ advice in verse: but from resurrection, when we die to
I have to live with myself and so ourselves and rise to new life in
I want to be fit for myself to know, Jesus Christ!•
I want to be able as days go by,
To look at myself straight in the eye.
I don’t want to stand with the setting
And hate myself for the things I’ve

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