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to name a few. resolution list. As you review your list, I encourage you to think
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stock. Donating stock can be as simple as writing a Letter of to make an immediate impact in your community! If you de-
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PRESCRIPTION DRUG TAKE BACK DAY Huguenotes “Singing Valentines Delivered”
Sets A Record Year In Contributions
Turn in your unused or expired medications for safe disposal
Saturday, April 29, 2017 by CHUCK NEILSON
9am to 2pm Tenor Huguenote Barbershop Quartet

Gold Street Parking Lot McCormick United Methodist Church THIS YEAR’S SINGING valentines’
initiative generated the largest contribution
For more information ever in our history. Over $3100 was
Please call McCormick Chamber of Commerce collected from McCormick and Greenwood
communities. The quartet wishes to thank all

the patrons for their generosity in support
Please note: It is important to of the McCormick Children’s Home. This
SHREDDING DAY remove all paper clips! was our 15th valentine season, and our
most successful. We had twenty individual
Sponsored by the McCormick Gold Street Parking Lot valentines to deliver on February 13 and 14,
County Chamber of Commerce McCormick United and several parties and events, including a front row - Chuck Neilson, Laurie Franklin, Howard Albert
Methodist Church
Tax Season and spring cleaning generous donation from the members of the back row - Bob Osterman, Roy Phillips
will soon be over andit is a good For more information,
please call McCormick County Thurmond Lake Sail & Power Squadron. In addition, the quartet visited
time to rid your home of all several assisted living facilities, Ashley House, National Health Care, Wesley
unwanted paper. The CHAMBER Chamber of Commerce Commons, Emerald Gardens, Morningside and Brookside senior living.
864-852-2835 Through the smiles, tears, laughter, and applause we thank you and wish
will make available a large you God’s blessing. On behalf of the McCormick Children’s Home and the
shredder for the community on Donations will be appreciated! Huguenotes Barbershop Quartet (Bob Osterman, Chuck Neilson, Roy
Saturday, April 29,2017 Phillips and Howard Albert) we thank you very, very much.•

9am to 2pm


April at the MACK 2017 Painting by Dale Keene our community and visitors, this event
promotes his work through the internet will include artist vendors, live music, / 864-852-3216 / and has sold his paintings throughout local food, gold, trains, heritage and
the US. Dale’s hobbies are his wife and much more. See the website for more
Our tourism season opens up to greet his love for horses, plus the old wild west information.
visitors as our community springs into which has been the favorite subject for
offering fun opportunities. Our natural his paintings.
resources, strong heritage, and of THE MARCH FOR THE MACK 5K
course the arts, highlight the wonderful BELLS & WHISTLES 29835
attributes of McCormick. Feel free to LACE UP THOSE running shoes! The
invite friends and family to enjoy the BELLS & WHISTLES 29835 will March for the MACK 5K this year will
best McCormick has to offer during a be on Saturday, April 8. Deliberately begin on Main Street as a part of the
beautiful spring here at home. scheduled within a popular weekend for Bells & Whistles 29835. This event fee
is $15 registration / $5 youth. Additional
DALE KEENE ARTIST RECEPTION sponsorship fundraising is optional - and
greatly appreciated. Registration cards
JOIN US FOR the Dale Keene Artist are now available. Registration is at 8:30
Reception on Friday, April 7 from am, race begins at 9:00 with awards to
6:00 - 8:00 pm. MACK membership follow at 10:00.
benefits apply for 10% off art sales the
night of the reception. This will also be DINNER WITH THE MASTERS
a major ART TROT evening in Historic
Downtown McCormick. The MACK DINNER WITH THE Masters
will be featuring the live music of The returns this spring featuring Frank
Henrys. Lloyd Wright. This program is designed
to entertain, educate and engage our
Dale Keene was born and raised in community art enthusiasts by dining with
Detroit, Michigan. He started painting the “Masters” themselves. The dinner
and sculpting right out of high school and program will be held on Friday, April 28,
is self taught. Dale and his wife, Diane, 2017 beginning at 6:00. We plan to dine
moved to Aiken, South Carolina from in the park, please dress for the weather.
South Florida in 2006. Since moving Tickets are on sale at $25 for members
to Aiken, Dale has exhibited his art in and $30 for non-members.•
Charleston, Aiken and McCormick. He
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For a location near you, call 864.388.0301

or visit • April 2017 • 7

World Day of Prayer A program about the struggles of ecumenical movement of Christian
women of the Philippines, several songs women who come together to observe a
CELEBRATED IN SLV and Bible verses were enjoyed by all the common day of prayer each year. World
attendees. A dessert reception, including Day of Prayer was founded on the idea
by LINDA CROCHET coconut cakes (a favorite treat of the that prayer and action are inseparable in
photos by Steven Laughmiller Philippines), followed the program. the service of God’s kingdom.

omen and men from the Representatives from charitable The origins of World Day of Prayer
McCormick area celebrated organizations from the McCormick were date back to the 19th century (1861)
McCormick’s third annual present to display information about when Christian women of the United
World Day Of Prayer on their organizations and share how their States and Canada initiated a variety
Friday, March 3 at the Lutheran Church organizations have an impact both near of cooperative activities in support of
By The Lake. and far. women’s involvement in mission at home
and in other parts of the world.•
World Day of Prayer is a worldwide

“Amazing Love” Performance Church, 108 S. Oak Street, McCormick, SC (852-2640) will be
performed on Friday night, April 7, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., followed
by FRAN BECKER by the traditional Ice Cream Social, and again on Sunday
“AMAZING LOVE”, an Easter musical and drama presented by morning, April 9, 2017 at 11:00 a.m.  Tickets are not required.  
Join us for a beautiful presentation this Easter season.•
the choir and drama team of the McCormick First Baptist

Easter SunriseWorship

Overlooking Lake Thurmond

TWO LOCAL CHURCHES invite the public to attend
Easter Sunrise under the pavilion at Baker Creek State Park.
The pavilion overlooks Lake Thurmond. Worship begins at
6:30 a.m. April 16.

2017 marks the fourth straight year for Easter Sunrise
Worship at Baker Creek. Pastor Jim Kinsler of Lutheran
Church by the Lake and Pastor Paul Wood of McCormick
United Methodist Church emphasize casual dress and that
there will be seating for all. Coffee will be provided.

Local musicians will provide music; and Mr. Donnell Harris
of Lincolnton, GA, will accompany as traditional Easter
hymns are sung. Rev. Wood will preach.

No fee will be charged to enter the park, and signs along the
park road will direct worshipers to the pavilion.•
For further information, call either church:
McCormick United Methodist Church at 864-852-2394
Lutheran Church By the Lake at 864-391-3000

8 • April 2017 •


April 8, 2017 • McCormick, SC

Day Festival (Rain or Shine!) The friendliest people in 5 states!
Amazing features, vendors, and food!

7 am to 9 am
Vendors set up
8:30 am Register for March to the MACK Race - Booth on Main St
8 am to 10 am “Grand Central” on Main Street information / souvenir booth
9 am (Board the Express Train HERE starting at 11 am)
10 am to 5 pm Painted Chair-ity entries accepted--Silent auction on Main St
10 am Photo op artworks positioned at various sites
Send off for March for the MACK Race—Depot intersection
11:00 am Pancake breakfast at United Methodist Church, 200 E. Gold St.

Tour Heritage Gold Mine Park and pan for gold till 4 pm
4:00 pm Awards to winners of March for the MACK Race
4:30 pm Free Scavenger Hunt for Kids aged 6 – 10 years Prizes at 4:30 pm!
5:00 pm Visit historic Cotton Gin - Artists/ Plants for Sale /Juried Vendors
Visit MACK Artisan Gallery - Original art/gifts,
demonstrating artisans
Juried Vendors - on Main Street (much diversity)
Bid on the Painted Chairs!
“Shade Tree A’s Cruise In” Car Show
Street musicians performing at various times
Music groups in park amphitheater - 11 am to 3-4 pm
The Vintage Art Show (12 pm to 1 pm), Lady J (1 pm to 3 pm), and many more…
Board the Emerald Farm Express – ride till 3 pm – see all sites!
Loop to the Cotton Gin and return! Pay $2.00, ride all day!

Dine all day at local restaurants
Festival Food Vendors in park behind MACK (in place at 10 am)

Painted Chair-ity Silent Auction ends
Scavenger Hunt winners’ prizes awarded

CALL 864-378-7032 for more information

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Outdoor Adventure Club. The photo on
the right is the entire group who hiked
4.5 miles at Sadler’s Creek on February
18 with the Outdoor Adventure Club.•


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THE SLV ROD & Gun Club sponsored
We Welcome New Patients a seminar conducted by Len Azzarano
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free and open to all SLV residents. Len
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10 • April 2017 • used for home defense, concealed carry,
target shooting, etc. The seminar was
attended by 41 people and was given
great reviews.

Len is a veteran of the
Philadelphia, PA police
department serving 26
years, 7 as a patrol officer
and 19 as a detective.
Len and his wife Diane
moved to SLV over 16 years ago. They
have one son and one daughter.



“REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM” ON FEBRUARY 25 the Rod & Gun Club held their annual
open house at their pistol range located in SLV. The event
by KEN WILES was attended by 12 resident non-club members and 25 club
THE SLV ROD & Gun Club presented “Refuse To Be a members. The event was to assist residents with gun safety,
Victim” class on March 4. The class was open to all SLV proper shooting techniques, and the opportunity to shoot using
residents at a normal cost of $20.00 to cover materials only. The the instructions they were given.•
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The four hour class was packed with ideas/information
designed to stimulate your thinking toward safety. Twenty SLV
residents were in attendance and all gave it a positive review. • April 2017 • 11


by LANA SNELLGROVE Saturday, April 29, 8:30 AM, will be
the first Tennis/Pickleball Mixer of the
EVERY SEASON OF the year presents program. season. Players of all levels are invited
special joys for residents of SLV. Spring, Pickleball is enjoying the spring to come out for a morning of tennis
however, is always exciting for the tennis or pickleball—pick your sport for the
and pickleball communities. And this weather by opening the Monday, day. After a morning on the courts,
spring is no exception. Three USTA Wednesday, and Friday morning SRGs the group enjoys lunch and fellowship
teams are playing competitive tennis (Standing Reservation Groups) to all at a “potluck” affair hosted by various
weekly. Fran Castle leads a women’s levels of play. On recent playing days, players from the community under the
70+(age level) 3.5 (skill level) team who all four courts were full. CharlieAthorn leadership of committee social director
is competing for the GATA title with two continues to work with beginning Bill McDonald. Play can be described as
other teams. Jack Snellgrove, captain pickleball players on Thursday at 9:00. friendly competition; the food can only be
of the men’s 55+ 3.5 team, is 2-1 as this Questions from newcomers who are described as delicious, and the fellowship
article is being written. A three way interested can be directed to Charlie is great as new friends are welcomed
tie at this time makes for an exciting Athorn or Bill Adamson. Pickleball and old friends are celebrated. Attendees
season ahead. Rosemarie Nalaveiko has players are an enthusiastic bunch always are welcome to be on the courts playing
her team of 3.0 55+ ladies on the courts scouting out folks who want to give it a or to watch the play and join in for
regularly for drills and practice. try! lunch. Look for details highlighting the
Saturday mixer in the Neighborlink. A
Our new “welcome” sign definitely sign-up sheet is provided at the front
looks like spring as it clearly marks the desk in the Recreation Center. Join in
location of the tennis/pickleball complex. the fun by signing up today!•
The sign was financed with the Tennis/
Pickleball Committee funds that are David Staniford works with the 3.0 Ladies team as they
generated at the annual dinner-dance prepare for spring matches. Staniford, Andrya Lowther,
held in January. The sign was built and
installed by the Community Services Marianne Chalifour, Joan Riha, Lynn McElwee, and
Department of SLV. Landscaping was Heidi Martin.
completed by the volunteer efforts of
Mike Lusby, who is the Board Liaison to
the Tennis/Pickleball Committee and an
avid tennis player and supporter of the


by GEORGE McKEE 21. Making calls on clay courts. If any part of the ball mark
touches the line on a clay court, it shall be called good. If
SPRING HAS SPRUNG. It’s that time of the year when the only part of the mark can be seen, this means the missing
weather gets warmer, tennis players become perkier, the part is on the tape. A player should take a careful second
tournaments are scheduled and Serena is pictured in the look at any point-ending placement that is close to the line
Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. Soon the first major golf on a clay court. Occasionally a ball will strike the tape,
tournament starts, college playoffs will commence, European jump, and then leave a full mark behind the line. If a player
tennis tournaments begin, baseball is in the air and Savannah hears the sound of a ball striking the tape and sees a clean
Lakes Village continues to flourish. As long as we can spot on the tape, he should give the point to the opponent.
manage our health problems we should enjoy life, liberty A player is not required to show an opponent the mark.
and the pursuit of happiness. What more can a citizen The opponent shall not pass the net to inspect the mark.
desire here on the lake in the middle of South Carolina? HEARD ON THE COURT. During a rally in a set-ending point,
THE CODE. Making Calls. 8. Ball that cannot be called out player A lobs the ball to player B. The ball gets lost in the sun
is good. A player may not claim a let on the basis of not and player B cannot refocus in time to determine where the
seeing a ball. Remember it is each player’s responsibility ball hits, but he is fairly certain it was near the line. He asks
to call all balls landing on or aimed at, the player’s side the opponent for help to no avail. He sees a mark just outside
of the net. If a ball cannot be called out with certainly, the line and calls it out. Having second thoughts, Player B then
it is good. When a player says an opponent’s shot was calls a let and wants to play the point over saying he was not
really out but offers to replay the point, it seems clear sure when the mark was made. If you are player A and refuse,
that the player actually doubted that the ball was out. player B could win the set; if you agree you get another chance
to win the game. Considering all the circumstances, WHAT’S
11. All points are treated the same. There is no justification for YOUR RESPONSE? How do you justify your decision?•
considering a match point differently from the first point.

12 • April 2017 •


SLV Bowling Alley Open House


THE AD HOC Bowling Committee hosted a celebration of the renovation of the
SLV bowling alley with an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on Saturday,
February 25. An estimated 100 members attended the event at the Recreation Center
and enjoyed hot dogs grilled by Walt Lowe provided from funds collected at the
bowling fundraising events last summer.

Ray Tarnosky, BOD President, and Kirk Smith, GM/COO, thanked SLV members
and staff who were responsible for making this happen. Walt Lowe, Ad Hoc Bowling
Committee Chair, complimented the committee members for their contributions to
the completion of the renovation. Pam Royal, Director of Recreation, was given
a standing ovation for all her work to ensure that everything was done in a timely
manner. Yours truly had the honor of cutting the ribbon.

I would, again, like to recognize the many people who have been involved with the
SLV bowling program and the renovation project:

• Jim Wilson established the first men’s league in the late 90s; Sandy Nielsen established
two women’s leagues.
• My husband placed the single vote in 2012 against the BOD’s decision to accept the
recommendation to “define the current bowling alley space as the future location for
an expanded fitness center,” and he has continued to support the bowling program.
Just to set the record straight: Mark Lusby & Heidi Martin, were not yet on the BOD and
were not part of the 6-1 vote.
• League Directors (Pat Kuech, Monday morning; Walt Lowe, Monday night; Dave &
Ginny Kaczmarek, Tuesday night;and Bob & Karen Divita, Wednesday night) continued
their groups while the equipment and lanes deteriorated, and their leagues are still in
full force.
• Dave & Ginny Kaczmarek and Don Smallwood appealed to the BOD at many monthly
meetings in 2014/2015 regarding the need for updated equipment; Don researched
sources of new or renovated equipment.
• 37 bowlers met on a 75-degree January 2015 day to organize the bowling community.
• 32 members gathered 917 signatures on the petition presented to the BOD in May
2015 requesting to update & maintain the bowling alley.
• Bob & Karen Divita ran a 2015 summer league and hosted a tournament fundraiser.
• Micki Shafer, Recreation Center Improvement Strategy Subcommittee Chair, reported
at the August 20, 2015 town hall meeting that the bowling alley was a unique SLV
amenity and should be updated and retained.
• The Ad Hoc Bowling Committee was established in February 2016; and all members
were actively involved in the renovation process.
• The current BOD voted 6-0 (one member absent) on June 9, 2016 to fund the bowling
alley renovation. In the discussion, Russ Dickinson reported that the space was
designed to be only a bowling alley, could not be used for anything else, and that it
“had to be fixed or boarded up.”
• Don Smallwood and Butch Dieckhoner identified potential bidders; the Ad Hoc
Committe eevaluated the vendor proposals andrecommended a contractor.
• Pam Royal, Director of Recreation, oversaw every detail of the installation of the
renovated equipment, lanes, seating and the new flooring.
• New leagues were established by Howie & Denise Therreault, Thursday night, and by
Joe & Ellen Jankowski, Friday night. June LeRow hosts a Wednesday morning “open
bowling” for anyone who wishes to participate when they are available.
So you see, more than 1,000 members made the bowling alley renovation a
reality and the bowling program a growing success; and I am honored that I had
the opportunity to be one of them. Use of the facility is increasing, and the number
of lines bowled in December 2016 was more than double the number bowled the
previous December.
The bowling alley is available for open bowling during normal RC working hours
and any time leagues are not bowling. There are new bowling balls and shoes and
even 4-lb balls with five holes and a ramp for children! Karen Divita is the SLV
Bowling Coordinator, and she is busy working on new events for 2017. She would be
happy to hear any ideas you have and can be reached at the Recreation Center.• • April 2017 • 13


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to flavor the coffee. Viola! A new dimension in coffee that is aged Members Discover Racing At Home
in wine, whiskey, beer or rum barrels (empty ones of course!).
Wine-Barrel Coffee THE MCCORMICK CAR Club has discovered
simulator road racing, and the bug has bitten a few
Not surprisingly this is my first choice, although I will try the others members particularly hard.
at first opportunity. A hearty version of wine-barrel aged coffee
is produced by the “Mister G. Coffee Co.” which uses old Cabernet Club members have attended races at Road Atlanta
Sauvignon barrels to achieve a fruity snap and slight sweetness to the and go kart racing at Carolina MotorSports Park
coffee, as well as extra depth and richness. For a milder coffer there is a several times a year, but simulator racing can be
Merlot-infused blend, available from “Orange County Coffee Roasters.” done in the comfort of home. Sim racing involves
a seat with steering wheel, accelerator and brake
Bourbon Barrel Coffee pedals and electronics to hook up to a TV. Insert a
sim racing DVD, and the “driver” can be behind the
THIS WOULD BE my second choice. These coffee beans have wheel of a Corvette or Ferrari at LeMans battling
been exposed to the caramel, vanilla and wood flavors that make with other similar cars. “I had a unit and invited other
bourbon so popular. Made in Lexington Kentucky (where else?) car club members come over to try it out,” said Dave
from locally-sourced barrels, by “Common Grounds Coffee House.” Schlegelmilch. “Soon word got out, and other members
gave it a go. I bought a new unit, and another club
Rye Barrel Coffee member snatched up my old one.”

This brew uses barrels from the Pennsylvania-based “Dad’s Hat “High-tech sim racing is used by professional racing drivers to
Distillery” so you know it’s authentic rye whisky flavored. This prepare themselves for their next racing track competition.”
coffee is a dark roast that combines the straight rye flavors, as Sim racing is a long way from computer solitaire.
well as sweetness and depth…also has aromas of flowers, fruit The driver races other cars in the field and learns to
and a hint of char. Another product of the “Mister G. Coffee Co.” accelerate, brake and corner to keep pace. Too fast,
and the driver crashes, but in true TV-land fashion,
Rum Barrel Coffe after a few seconds of cursing, the driver is on his way
again.  After a race, finishing position, fastest lap and
These coffee beans adopt a rum-like molasses and toffee total elapsed time is displayed.
flavor, with hints of raisins and spices. Made by Rhode Island- High-tech sim racing is used by professional racing
based “Cooper Cask Coffee.” The proprietors recommend drivers to prepare themselves for their next racing
brewing espresso from these beans rather than traditional track competition. While retail units are not remotely as
drip coffee to bring forth a more intense rum-coffee flavor. expensive as high-tech units; the challenge is equal, and
there is a lot more excitement per dollar.  
Beer Barrel Coffee McCormick Car Club members have gone to the
Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance, will be going
AS YOU WOULD expect, these barrels offer a variety of flavors kart racing this spring and have organized a five-day
that are dependent on the brew in the barrels…Chocolaty Appalachian Mountain Road Tour for early May.•
notes from porter barrels, berry notes from lagers and herbal
flavors from IPA’s. The coffee maker is “Dark Matter Coffee,” based
in Chicago. They partner with local brewers “Pipeworks”and
“Devils Trumpet” for limited-edition-run coffees.

Your morning cup of coffee may never taste the same!


COCCHI BAROLO CHINATO is another after-dinner aperitif from Piedmont, Italy. It is made
from 100% Nebbilo (as is the familiar related Barolo table wine)…this one tastes more like
Vermouth. Barolo Chinato provides a bolder, more concentrated flavor than Vermouth with
the bonus of velvety layers of sweet fruit, balanced by some bitterness and spice. Aromas
include clove, ginger, juniper and orange peel. This is fortified wine, a blend of certified
traditional Barolo, herbs, spices and bittering agents, to which is added high octane grappa. If
you’re not a fan of straight Vermouth on the rocks, this wine is a great alternative and a mixer
for any cocktail that usually calls for Vermouth. Available at Total Wines for about $16.00.•

14 • April 2017 •

Famous Cancer
Survivor to Visit,

Speak at SLV,
Sunday, April 23


in all 50 states with one lung, 
climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro,

now gives inspirational talks 
4 to 6 p.m., Sunday, April 23 
at Village Recreation Center 

SLV Cancer Awareness 
& Assistance Committee • April 2017 • 15

Ray Ray Laidig


I have the experience to guide you and the
knowledge to move you. Call me for a market analysis.

• My husband and I enjoy boating and found no other
community that could offer so many ways to enjoy
the lake.

• SLV impressed us with all the available activity
options, we moved here even before retirement.

• I believe in community support, we have everything
we need right here, plan a visit with us and let me
show you around.

CALL RAY RAY TODAY! (864) 993-1209

How I will market your home

SLR is committed to attending home shows, boat shows, and golf shows. A photo and description of our listings will be listed in Shorelines Magazine.
Engaging people face to face and explaining the charm of our lakeside But is only the beginning of the important role the magazine plays in the SLR
community is key to being successful. marketing plan. By showcasing the many things our community has to offer, the
message will enhance the desirability of your home.

An online presence is crucial. Our attractive, search engine-driven website is Take advantage of social media to share content with friends and family so
sure to capture viewer’s attention. Visit This they know the perks of life in SLV and help grow the community. Follow us
informative site showcases how serious we are in promoting our community. on Facebook at and watch videos
promoting the area on Youtube.

Through Shorelines Magazine we have access to publisher Nathan Elliott SLR’s office building on Highway 7 is an inviting, organized and efficient place to
to assist in developing and printing marketing materials. This will create a meet with buyers, sellers and generally conduct business.
professional presentation of Savannah Lakes Village, our business and most
importantly your home.

The benefits of MLS are not only increasing the online exposure and searchability According to the National Association of Realtors, more than 90% of buyers use
of your home and our community online, but also in organizing the Village the Internet as a tool in their home search.
inventory so agents know exactly what homes are on the market. SLR is a
member of the Augusta MLS.

Ray Ray is backed by a support staff and marketing to get the best results
for buying or selling your home in Savannah Lakes Village. | (864) 391-2700

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215 Holley Lane - $245,000 214 Lookout Loop - $139,900 111 Gautier Lane - $229,000 102 Buckeye Lane - $145,000
3 BR / 2 BA 1,700 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,437 sq ft
3 BR / 2 BA 1,821 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,667 sq ft

215 Brandon Drive - $265,000 306 Bay Circle - $269,900 104 Hearne Place - $387,000 411 Charles Place - $209,000
4 BR / 3 BA 3,220 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,672 sq ft 3 BR / 2.5 BA 4,377sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,200 sq ft


214 Butler Point - $299,000 309 Misty Cove - $279,000 109 Laurens Drive - $239,900 206 Yankee Circle - $289,000
4 BR / 3 BA 3,506 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,750 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,584 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 2,110 sq ft


338 Crown Point - $419,000 175 Bereau Drive - $439,900 177 Bereau Drive - $529,000 109 Hickory Point - $225,000
3 BR / 3 BA 3,663 sq ft 3 BR / 3 BA 4,272 sq ft 3 BR / 3 BA 2,844 sq ft 3 BR / 2 BA 1,624 sq ft


6 Overlook Point - $289,000 205 Windwood Point - $209,000 209 Apple Lane - $599,000 198 Shenandoah Drive - $375,000
3 BR / 2 BA 1,601 sq ft 4 BR / 3.5 BA 3,882 sq ft 5 BR / 4.5 BA 3,317 sq ft
3 BR / 3 BA 2,490 sq ft


2O5ptheAninngnCiveorfsfaerey the new additions. Barb Shelley was
pleased to announce and introduce 14
by MARY BUSHMAKER new members. Included along with new
WGA KICKED OFF their 25th residents were a couple of ladies coming
Anniversary opening coffee on February back from a short absent from WGA
23 with a bang. The new WGA board and a couple of ladies advancing from
highlighted the play schedule for the our Green Tee program. WGA started
season, brought us up to date on our the golf season on March 2 with the
finances and announced the theme for annual 18/9 Scramble. What a great
the WGA Member/Member event in start it was, almost half our membership
May “We Have Friends.” The continued was in attendance. The continued
growth in SLV brings excitement and growth and support of the WGA and
growth to the WGA. Welcome back to other organizations within SLV proves
all our returning members and hello to that we have all found our little piece
of tranquility. Thank you to all that
attended and to our baking committee,
they always do a great job with a
variety of goodies and presentation.• 


Spring Golf aching to get outside and tee it up for a round of golf.
Many MGA golfers started playing and working on their

games in March; so now that April has rolled around, it doesn’t
feel like they’re learning how to play golf for the first time.
The bad news is that many are getting a late start this
by FRANK COMPARATO year because of what seemed like an endless winter.
But, it’s not too late; because Spring is the season where
IT’S THAT TIME of year again: the birds are beginning golfers come out of hibernation to play the game they have
to return to snowbound northern cities, the first buds waited all winter for. So go find your golf bag and check
of spring are sprouting on trees and the weather is your equipment: Do you need new grips? Do you have
warming up and everything’s turning green. all your clubs (wedges, hybrids, fairway woods, etc.)?
It sure has been a long time coming, but spring weather Now head over to Tara or Monticello for a little practice.
has finally arrived! No matter if you look at it astronomically Practice first with short swings, then full swings: Start
or meteorologically SPRING is here. In the Northern with putting to establish rhythm and tempo. Then do some
Hemisphere, astronomers chipping and pitching,
and scientists use the March “Winter’s done, and April’s in the skies! Why not which also require a lot of
Equinox also known as the join us MGA golfers and greet the warm spring...” feel and tempo. Next move
Vernal (Spring) Equinox
to the full swing, make sure
to mark the first day of Spring. The March Equinox was your grip, posture and setup are correct. Without the grip,
Monday, March 20, 2017 at 6:29 am EDT. For meteorologists, posture and setup being correct, it becomes almost impossible
on the other hand, spring in the Northern Hemisphere to swing the club correctly and to get consistent results.
began three weeks before the March Equinox on March 1. By now I hope you’re anxious to tee the ball up, and
I have a real appreciation for the beginning of hopefully have joined the MGA so you can play with
Spring. I love the sweet smell in the air, the sounds some fellow golfers. Also, remember that those first few
of the birds, and the hints of warm summer to come. rounds of the year will be a little rusty; therefore, do not
It is indeed a time of rebirth, of new beginnings. get frustrated on the golf course when your scores are not
I know of no one who does not praise the beauty of the where you would like them to be - JUST HAVE FUN.
spring. In summer we have intense heat, in winter we have Winter’s done, and April’s in the skies! Why not join
too much cold, and in rainy season we face excess rain. It us MGA golfers and greet the warm spring with its green
is only spring season we have only pleasure all around and grass, bursting trees and warm breezes that are calling your
we never get tired of it. It is therefore said that spring is name? It’s time to shed your winter coat and get on the golf
the queen of all seasons. It is really true. It is a matchless course. The MGA plays on Thursdays - come join us.•
season and sunny days are here again, and I hope you are

18 • April 2017 •


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OK, that’s all for this month. See you
on the course.•
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What Is so Good About
Good Friday?


every ave you ever Good Friday. Sin is painful – so was
wondered why Good Friday. Sin is a cause of sorrow
Welcome to the day the – so was Good Friday. Sin is ugly –
Lutheran Church By The Lake church set aside so was Good Friday. Sin is source of
to memorialize the death – so was Good Friday. There is
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive agonizing death nothing good about human rebellion
of the “Prince and sin!
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am of Peace” at the Maybe, just maybe, that is what is so
Sunday School Adults - 9:15am “Place of the Skull” is referred to as good about Good Friday? God knew
Good Friday? If there ever was an that we as human beings could not
Youth Fellowship Wednesday - 4:15pm oxymoron, an apparent mismatching deal with the overwhelming power
of two companion concepts, Good of sin on our own. God knew the
Pastor Jim Kinsler Friday seems to be the crowning only way to overcome this deadly
864-391-3000 contradiction. Yet for centuries curse was for God to bear the burden Christians have gathered in reverence of our sins. So in an ultimate act of
to remember, recall, and reflect upon compassion God sent the “Great
“Building relationships with God and neighbors” the meaning of Christ’s death upon Physician” to die on the cross for our
the cross on the day that is referred to healing; in an display of surpassing
Sun 11 am as, “Good Friday.” So, what is so good love, God gave the “Good Shepherd”
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor about Good Friday? as the sacrificial lamb to cover our
Is it good that a man known as the sins. On Good Friday the “Prince of
3:30 - 4:30 “Great Physician,” is beaten? A man Peace” faces a violent death for us,
who healed the lepers, gave sight to as the “Living Water” is poured out
the blind, strength to the legs of the parched humanity.
lame, and breath to the breathless, is
nailed to a cross. The Apostle Paul describes it this
Is it good that a man known as the way in Romans 5:6-8,”You see, at
“Good Shepherd,” is left to the wolves just the right time, when we were
of the Roman Empire? A man who still powerless, Christ died for the
gathered the outcasts, the poor, the ungodly. 7 Very rarely will anyone die
prostitutes, and tax collectors to the for a righteous person, though for a
banquet table is ridiculed and railed good person someone might possibly
against as he is given bitter wine in his dare to die. 8 But God demonstrates
dying moments. his own love for us in this: While we
Is it good that Jesus who offered were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
the “living water” to the Samaritan
woman at Jacob’s well cries out from Jesus Christ is God’s good and
the cross, “I thirst!?” All he receives gracious gift to humanity. “God so
to ease his suffering is sour wine. loved the world that he gave his only
There is nothing good about human begotten Son, that all those who
sin and rebellion. Sin is dark – so was believe in him should not parish, but
have eternal life.” That is what is so
GOOD about Good Friday!•

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*


Lanis J. Lewis & Terry K. Bonds

*Contact church office for summer schedule

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Pets of the Month


MY NAME IS Delta and I’m what is known as your classic cuddle bug. I just love to cuddle and have
never met a lap I did not like. So I suppose you can say I like the lovin’ more than I like the playing. I am
a 3 year old beagle and English springer spaniel mix. I guess I kind of look spaniel but my nose is 100%
beagle. With my nose forever on the ground, I can help you find whatever you’re looking for: ball, dirty
sock, pork chop – you name it! I will admit that when I catch a good scent I do tend to get caught up in
the moment and have been known to roam. So for my safety and your sanity a fence is a “must have.”
Other than that I think you will be pleased as punch to have me in your home.


I am the first to admit that I am a bit shy; however I NEVER let that get in the way of my play time. I am
definitely not a couch potato kitty and I do not have much “down” time. That does not mean I will drive
you crazy though – I’m just “enthusiastic”. I have been told I am excessively cute and fun to watch. And
of course they did not name me “Curious” for nothing – I love to explore. At the moment I am living in
a wonderful space with lots of other kittens to play with and boy do we cut up! I already have all my
shots. I did the “spay” thing (I thought they said we were going to the “spa”!) and the litter box was a
snap. My birthday is 2/12/2016 and I think I’m just about done growing. In other words I am “ripe” for
the picking if you are looking for a sweet young thing to love and snuggle with.•

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.


Frogs & Toads: How much do you know about them?

Master Naturalist

LET’S FACE IT. Frogs and toads (unless they are disguised princes) aren’t sexy animals. Although common, my bet is you don’t
know much about them. I challenge you to prove me wrong with this true/false quiz about these mundane creatures. The following
answers may surprise you:
Frogs and toads are amphibians meaning they have both an
1 Frogs use their eyes to help them 2 Frogs can see forwards, sideways aquatic gill breathing and a terrestrial lung breathing stage.
swallow food. and up & down at the same time. Frogs signature bulging eyes allow them to see in all directions

3 Male frogs have larger ears than 4 Frogs shed their skin at least except behind them. When a frog blinks, their eyeballs force
female frogs. once a week and usually eat it downward into their mouth helping them swallow. A male
frog’s circular, flat ears behind the eyes are larger than the
females. Frogs shed their skin every few days often eating
5 A group of frogs is called an army. 6 Bullfrogs can jump 6 feet and 20 their shed skin to regain nutrients. A group of frogs is an army
times their height. and a group of toads is a knot. A bullfrog’s best defense is
its ability to jump over six feet and higher than twenty times
7 A Frog’s tongue is attached at the 8 Frogs do not drink but get their its height. Colorful tropical frogs are often highly poisonous,
front of its mouth. water needs through their skin.

9 The bright colors of many tropical 10 Frogs breathe both through their some with enough poison to kill a hundred men. Toads are not
frogs warn predators they are nose and through their skin. long jumpers so when threatened they play dead, puff up, or
poisonous. deter predators with their mild poisonous skin. A frog’s skin
must remain moist to allow them to “drink” and to gain half
11 Toads do not have teeth and must 12 Most toads have lumps on their their needed oxygen. They grab insects by unrolling their long
swallow their food whole. backs that do not cause warts in tongue attached to the front of their mouth. Toads lack teeth
people. and swallow food whole. Their warty body does not cause
warts on people. Toads lay eggs in strings while frogs lay them
13 Toads may play dead or puff up 14 A toad’s skin is somewhat in masses. All true statements. Surprised? Now try this quiz on
when threatened. poisonous.

15 Toad eggs are laid in strings while the kids in our life.•
frog eggs are in masses. What is on your mind? E-mail Lee at

22 • April 2017 •

611 N. Washington Street Bring the things
that brought
him joy.

We can help
personalize the funeral.

Many times it’s the items we associate
with a person that strikes a chord or
pulls at our heartstrings. A familiar
hat. A favorite photograph. When the
individual is special the funeral home
should be too. That’s why we encourage
personal expressions of remembrance.
• memory tables
• memory boards
• unique music
• special locations
Bring something that celebrates their
life. Something unusual. Something
unique. Your spirit will be lifted and

their’s remembered.

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105 Cherry St, Abbeville, SC
105 COURT SQUARE PHONE 864.366.8348 (864) 366-4002 •
P.O. BOX 98 FAX 864.366.8569
Mon, Tues, Wed, & Fri 8:00-12:00 & 1:00-5:30
ABBEVILLE, SC 29620 Thurs 8:00-1:00


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Call today! (864) 391-3030

RENTALS Fun at the Lake QUARLES LAKE COTTAGE Aerial view of Savannah Lakes Village
Lake Front Townhouse Rental FOR RENT • April 2017 • 27
YOUR 1, 2, or 3 Bedroom units $125 Nightly (2 Night Minimum)
RENTAL professionally decorated, Short-term & Long-term rental
full kitchen, 2 baths, full laundry
PROPERTY WiFi, Cable, outdoor grill and patio 3 BR / 2 BA waterfront
Golf packages available To review visit
Call (864) 391-3030
or Military discount
For availability and rates: Great for relaxation, golfing, fishing,
e-mail Call: (832) 865-2180, or
Email: hunting, etc. WiFi and TV Cable
DO Call: (864) 941-7516 TC

Ocean Front Maui Hawaii SLV WINDWOOD
Christmas Holiday Rental TOWNHOUSE RENTAL
$135 Nightly (2 Night Minimum)
Ka’annapali Coast $550 Weekly - Cleaning Included

2 Bedroom 2 Bath, 2 Living areas, Except Masters Week
2 kitchens, 2 laundry facilities Recently Renovated
Sleeps up to 8
WiFi / Cable TV
Access to Westin Ocean Resort amenities 2BR, 2BA - Fully Furnished
For rates and availability:
Call: (832) 865-2180, or Call: (770) 317-9723


Located on SC Highway 378

• Village Spirits • No Boddie’s
Open Mon.-Sat. Business

(Veteran owned and operated. (Monograms, embroidery,
Look for weekly specials) alterations, and lots more)

864-443-3100 864-443-2641

• Kristy’s • Palmetto
Hairway 378 Peach

(Beauty Salon) (Sports Bar)

864-443-0129 864-443-2520

• Barber Shop • Pack Rat’s

(Open Wed..- Fri.) (Consignment/ Flea Market)


7 Savannah Huguenot Pkwy McCormick, PALMETTO MAINTENANCE
Hickory Knob Lakes Village PLUS INC.
State Resort South Carolina
Baker Creek (864) 378-2722
Park State Park 378
7 &
(864) 391-5097
For all your
Lincolnton, Elijah Clark Lawn/Landscape Maintenance
Georgia State park
Pressure Washing
378 & Pest Control Needs


Serving Savannah Lakes Village
for More Than 20 Years!


28 • April 2017 •


MAY 4, 5 & 6, 2017

(Saturday, 6th) 2959 McCormick Hwy.
Hwy. 378, Lincolnton, Ga 30817


“Grand Ole Opry”

Member - Country
Music Hall of Fame

(Thursday, 4th)

“ Queen of Bluegrass”


Host Band ( All 3 Days) (Friday, 5th)


(Thursday, 4th)

SPBGMA - 7 Time Bluegrass Gospel Group of the Year (Friday, 5th) (Thursday, 4th)
CGMG - 4 Time Country Gospel Quartet of the Year (Friday, 5th)

(Thursday, 4th)


(Thursday, 4th) BAND

TRIO (Saturday, 6th)
(Friday, 5th)
(Saturday, 6th)

3-DAY, (Weekend Ticket Special) .........................................................$95.00 ......... $105.00 CHAIR POLICY BAND
(Saturday, 6th) THURSDAY, 12 Noon – 10 p.m. (Open stage at 11 a.m.) ....................... $45.00 .......... $55.00
FRIDAY, 12 Noon – 10 p.m. (Open stage at 11 a.m.) ........................... $45.00 .......... $55.00 FOR 3-DAY TICKET HOLDERS ONLY (Saturday, 6th)
Security Guards On Duty SATURDAY, 12:00 Noon– 10 p.m. (Open stage at 11 a.m.)................... $50.00 .......... $60.00
NO Alcoholic Beverages, Smoking Children Ages 7-13, $25.00 per day ..................................... 3-days -... $60.00 .......... $70.00 PICK UP NUMBERS FOR CHAIR ASSIGNMENT ZIP
or Pets Allowed in Concert Area Children Under 7 .........................................................................................FREE with Parent MONDAY-MAY,1st at10:00AM (specify day(s))
(Total) LRL
– Strictly Enforced – Tickets not mailed: processing fee on credit cards: ($3.00 per 3-day & $2.00 per 1-day ticket) (CHAIRS CAN BE PLACED ACCORDING TO NUMBER ASSIGNED)
WE RESERVETHE RIGHTTO REFUSE *Order Tickets Online at : *

For Camping Reservations All GA State Parks require a For tickets, complete details NAME STATE
$5.00 entrance fee. and free mailing list, contact: ADDRESS tickets for
call 1-800-864-7275 This applies to all CITY
Adams Bluegrass, LLC Please reserve each for $
Elijah Clark State Park Daily Vehicles ( not camping). P.O. Box 98 at $
(706) 359-3458 * * * * ***
Dahlonega, GA 30533
Golf Carts Allowed SHOW GOES ON RAIN OR SHINE Phone: (706) 864-7203
Big Tent in Event of Rain


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Initiatives in the Lakelands.

2016 Tournament Youth Golf Clinic

Every age. Every stage. Every woman. Ensure you’re always in top form by taking
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