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McCormick Car Club Cruises on
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SLV Men’s Social Golf Group MSG9
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June at the MACK 2018 / 864-852-3216 / [email protected]

MACK Artisans Guild and Gallery Shop supply list online and available by projects and enjoy a day of stitching.
request in the office. Students are Community Threads is a program of the
Our MACK Artisans Gallery Shop is a encouraged to bring their own McCormick Arts Council at the Keturah
wonderful place to find quality, unique gifts images. (MACK). For more information, contact
and cards. We are open Monday through the MACK at 864- 852-3216 or Belinda at
Saturday from 10:00 am until 4:00 pm. Summer Arts Camps 2018 [email protected].
The McCormick Arts Council
MACK Artist Reception: (MACK) returns with 6 weeks of 15th Annual Juried Photography
Jeffery Callaham Art Exhibition fun and creativity! Ages 5 - 15 are Submissions for our 15th Annual Juried
(Second Reception) welcome. Fees are $25 per camp. Photography exhibition will be accepted
Friday, June 8, 2018 / 6:00 - 8:00 PM Camps are Monday - Friday, 10:00 in June. June 15, 16 and 18, from 10:00
Please note this is the 2nd Friday of the month. am to 12:00. Camp descriptions am-4:00 pm. The opening reception will
and registration information be Friday, July 6, 2018. This exhibition
Join us to enjoy this month’s featured artist! are available on our website/ in is open to all residents of the United
This event is open to the general public and office. If you wish to help support States, 18 years of age or older. Artwork
all are encouraged to attend. The Jeffery this program or contribute to must be original and completed in the
Callaham Art Exhibition will open with an our scholarship program, please last three years. This exhibition is limited
artist reception on Friday, June 8, 2018 from contact the MACK office. Full to photography. (Digital submissions are
6:00 - 8:00pm. Your MACK membership descriptions are available online. accepted and must be submitted by June
benefits apply with savings of 10% off any 8, 2018 at 4:00 pm.) Please see the full
art sales during this reception. Matt Miller TEEN PASTEL / S2Scholars STEAM* prospectus for instructions. Acceptance
will be featured as our live entertainment. / FIBER ARTS CAMPS of digital submission does not guarantee
Tuesday, Wednesday and/or Thursday afternoons / final acceptance into the show or award
Jeffery Callaham is not only an artist, 1:00 - 3:00 placement.
but a storyteller. Inspired by memories MACK Membership
of his childhood and the working life in $5 per week or $25 for 6 weeks (each camp). Slight increase to begin in July. The
McCormick County, South Carolina, he The afternoon programs are for students membership levels will be the following:
creates paintings that portray the stories ages 12 - 18. Students are asked to bring a Youth/Teacher - $10, Individual - $30,
of Southern culture. “I tell stories with bag lunch / take a lunch break and bring a Family - $50, Keturah Club - $100.•
my paintings, so everything usually begins book for the hour in between camps.
with a story that I remember from my early
years, growing up in rural South Carolina,” *(NEW!) A new partnership program with
Callaham has said. Through his use of STEM/STEAM Scholarship Organization
strong colors and his ability to make his {S2Scholars} and the United Nations Association
characters come to life on canvas, he paints of Georgia-Carolina
vivid images of life in the South. He will
share new work and fresh stories for you to SAVE THE DATE:
enjoy! August 3
Summer Arts Camps Reception
Art Instruction With Pat Meyers Returns
Tuesday Class Dates: June 5, 12, 19 Community Threads
Thursday Class Dates: June 7, 14, 21 Thursday, June 7 / 10:00 - 4:00
3 Week Class / 1:00 - 3:30 Wednesday June 13 / 10:00 - 4:00
$50 Members / $55 Non-Members Thursday, June 28 / 10:00 - 4:00
Please note this is the new class fee as announced earlier
this year. Community Threads will hold regular
Open Sew Sessions in the Bordeaux
This class will offer basic art elements, Room at Hickory Knob State Park, 10:00
with a focus on acrylic and watercolor am-4:00 pm. Please make plans to join
compositions. This is an ideal class for us. No experience necessary. Bring your
beginners and intermediate students wishing
to continue regular art programming. All
students are encouraged to review the

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McCormick Car Club Cruises on Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail


THE MCCORMICK CAR Club is all about about their cars never before being subjected to The McCormick
car cruises and trips, and this year 16 members rain, but there was no salt on the road. The rest Car Club is all about
cruised Kentucky’s Bourbon Trail for five days. of the trip was cool but dry, and most members
came home with a few liquid “souvenirs.” car cruises and
Don Garman and Dave Kenzie led the way Restaurants ranged from a Cheesecake Factory trips, and this year
to Buffalo Trace, Toyota Manufacturing in to the flashing knives and flames of a Japanese 16 members cruised
Lexington, Wild Turkey, Makers Mark, Jim Beam steakhouse. Kentucky’s Bourbon
and Angels Envy. One couple did an optional Trail for five days.
visit to Woodford Reserve and another to the The club’s longer trips have included the Chevy
Louisville Slugger Factory & Museum and the Corvette Plant and Museum, Fontana Dam and
Muhamad Ali Museum. Lake and Tail of the Dragon, and the Amelia
Island Concours d’Elegance. Wheels are in
The trip started on a skeptical note: a flurry of motion for the club’s next Spring Fling in 2019.•
snow and sleet on the way up I75 to Lexington.
A couple of car owners made some comments

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1. Those Makers Mark barrels behind the group are empty. A members, gave extensive tours, answered questions and 8. Will and Sue Levey were greeted at the Buffalo Trace
couple of McCormick Car Club members checked. hosted tastings. Distillery by this statue of a buffalo. Buffalos roamed the
blue grass of Kentucky before the state became famous as
2. Every distillery concluded its tour in a tasting room. Each 5. The oldest distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail reek horse country. After this tour, McCormick Car Club members
McCormick Car Club member was seated in front of four shot with tradition and historic architecture. did an afternoon tour of the Toyota Manufacturing Plant in
glasses with different types of bourbon. These tasters are (l-r) Lexington.
Mary and Dave Kenzie, Sue and Will Levey, and Barbara and 6. The Makers Mark Distillery campus is particularly
Jerry Wishall. picturesque and featured a covered bridge over a small stream 9. The McCormick Car Club Bourbon Trail tour included more
named, appropriately enough, Whisky Creek, that flows than just distilleries. A Japanese chef wielding flashing knives
3. A couple of members visited the Louisville Slugger baseball between buildings. entertained this dinner group of (l-r) Jan Garman, Gary Smith,
bat factory and museum. Jennifer Blackwood, Mary and Dave Kenzie.
7. These shiny brass kettles may look new, but Makers Mark
4. Distillery buildings are BIG, and the Wild Turkey Distillery has polished them and kept them in operation for more than
greeted McCormick Car Club members with the largest turkey a century.
in memory. At every distillery, tour guides greeted club

McCormick Garden Club Sponsors London Ross eri Wiley (left), president, and Paula
Palaima (right), treasurer, present
for Camp Wildwood London Ross with a check for
Camp Wildwood, the environmental
by MARY ANNE LINSENMAYER camp located at Kings Mountain State
Park, South Carolina, and sponsored by
the Garden Club of South Carolina, SC
State Parks, and several other agencies. The
McCormick Garden Club pays the camp
fee and also provides spending money for
the camper. London is a rising sophomore
at McCormick High School where he plays
basketball and is active in school activities.
He is also a member of Liberty Spring
Baptist Church and his mother, Ms. Tonya
White, says London loves to learn, likes
working with his hands and is always willing
to give a helping hand to others.
At Camp Wildwood campers acquire the
knowledge and appreciation needed for
the protection and wise use of our natural
resources. They have a fun-filled week
of activities while learning self reliance,
self discipline and independence in an an
outdoors setting.• • June 2018 • 9


Garden of the Month: Jane & Jake Wofford


HE GARDENS OF Maple; and this deep, rich red is repeated
Jane and Jake Wofford throughout the yard. Loropetium draws
have been selected your eye around the front porch and
by The McCormick to the side yard which is visible from
Garden Club as Ivy Court. A purple Clematis with red
the June Garden undertones anchors the back porch. In
of the Month. The between these brilliant pops of color are
gardens are a great Abelia, Nandina and Pieris that have red
inspiration for owners of newly built stems or the new growth is tinged red.
homes, because they show how to take The Nandinas are contrasted with bright
basic builder landscaping to the next green Carissa Hollies. This garden starts
level. As you approach 123 Cypress Dr. it’s spring show with pink dogwoods and
in the Magnolia neighborhood of SLV red Encore Azaleas, and the Encores will
it is entirely fitting that the first thing help close out the growing season. The
you see are two large Blue Cypress. As Woffords who came from Illinois three
you pull even with the driveway you are and a half years ago have
captivated by the upright red Japanese transplanted well.•

10 • June 2018 •

GREEN CURTAINS didn’t care for Biff and who Friday cleverly tricked the
had a “history” that made them murderer into a “ringing” trap.
“MURDER at the suspects. There was denial, of course,
REUNION” but the murderer was hand
Audience members had cuffed and led away. A different
by MARISKA YOUNG volunteered at the time of their character was found guilty for
he Green Curtains ticket purchase to participate as each performance.
theater group has actors. Many dressed for their
produced another part and had prepared intricate One of the goals of the
fun evening. Picture ‘tales’ to explain their character. Green Curtains is to give as
yourself at your The two performances included many people as possible a
approximately 30 participants. chance to participate. Green
50th class reunion and suddenly They were given the freedom to Curtains is a performing arts
it is announced that the star develop their own character and group dedicated to encourage
quarterback from the football lines with the only responsibility an interest in the theater, back
team, Biff Armstrong, has being to share the “clue” given stage or on stage. Experience is
just been found in the exercise to them. NOT necessary. If this sounds
room, murdered! That was like fun and you would like to
the premise of “Murder at the Howie Diddit Twice, along participate, call
Reunion,” written and directed with his wife Shirley Knot Jane Coolidge, 864 391-0032 or
by Russ Griffen, produced by Twice, distributed “Vote Twice” Dave McKloskey, 864 391-4445
Mariska Young and presented at buttons since Howie was for more information.•
the RC for two performances. running for governor.
Top to Bottom
Oh, the shock! Many of the N. Quirer went from table to 1. Art Wilt as Sheriff Friday
‘classmates’ were interviewed table interviewing classmates 2. Carol and Dave McKloskey as
by Sheriff Moe Friday, but and gathering gossip. The team Shirley Knot Twice and
it became obvious that there mascot, Kelly Cole, saw Howie
were many in the audience who and Biff leave the auditorium Howie Diddit Twice.
together. How was this murder 3. Melody Wilt as N. Quirer
going to be solved? 4. Fran McClain as Clara Voyent

After dessert, Sheriff Moe • June 2018 • 11

12 • June 2018 •

26 Pound SLV Rod and Gun Club Presents
Caught Bass Blast
It is spring and all of nature is experiencing rejuvenation and new birth. In
JACK ALFREDSON WAS our little corner of the neighborhood this spring we are enjoying observing
fishing with me on Tuesday a nesting pair of red shouldered hawks. They began gathering twigs for
morning when he had a “fishing their nest in March, and we believe they now have eggs or maybe even young
experience.” I describe it this in their nest. I would like to be able to observe the interaction with their
way. young and especially what the young are being fed, but since the nest is
high in a tree and now concealed by leaves we have to only imagine what is
We were fishing at the mouth happening. I can only imagine that there are young in the nest as the parents
of Soap Creek. Jack was fishing spend all day hunting in the woods, but one of the adults seems to stand
with cut bait. I think we had 12 guard on the nest while the other is out hunting. We can’t wait to see their
rods out, and all were bait rigs young take flight for the first time and are taught how to hunt on their own.
using 20-pound text. Jack had a
real fight on his hands, it took However, unlike the hawks’ nest, we can The herring spawn on shallow hard surface
several minutes to get the striper witness firsthand the interaction between the areas including rocky points, red clay banks and
to the boat and we had to take blueback herring and the black bass, striped and dock floats. The baits most commonly used
down several rods to keep him hybrid bass. The blueback herring spawn began to catch the bass are spinner baits, top water
from tangling them. The fish a couple of weeks ago and should continue for baits and soft or hard jerk baits. Numerous
was longer than the width of a few more. And unlike other species of baitfish bait manufacturers market baits that imitate
the mouth of the net; and once which spawn only the blueback herring.
netted, it took both of us to pull during the first few Some costing as much
him into the boat. It was all Jack hours of daylight, as $20 and up. There
could do to lift him to weigh the blueback herring “Our bass club, are local folks around
him and take a picture. Jack is a spawn throughout the “Rebel Bassmasters many blueback herring
happy man, but he said that he day--which is great lakes that offer custom
is still looking for the big one. for the predatory bass of Greenwood,” held paint jobs on the hard
We also brought up several Blue and for us anglers. For our annual “Open Bass jerk baits and top
Channel Cats, a couple of them the bass, it is relatively water lures that mimic
estimated at over 20 pounds.• easy pickings; Tournament” on April the specific shade
and they need the 28 and the winning of herring found in
“Jack had a real nourishment to aid the lakes. I have seen
fight on his hands, in recovering from team weighed in over prices as high as $50
their own spawning 17 pounds fishing the for one bait; and no,
it took several activity. The anglers I don’t own any of
minutes to get the benefit because in a blueback herring spawn those. Well, that’s not
striper to the boat blueback herring lake pattern. It works!” entirely true. My lovely
and we had to take such as Thurmond bride once bought me
down several rods Lake, it is one of the easiest times of the year a custom painted jerk bait for Valentine’s Day to
to keep him from to catch bass. Once the herring spawn is over, match the blueback herring in Lake Lanier, GA.
the majority of black bass join the stripers and To this day I am scared to use it for fear losing it
tangling them.” hybrid and spend the summer months following to a striper!
schools of herring around the lake at mostly My suggestion is that if you want to
deeper depths making it more challenging to experience catch bass during the spawn on a low
find and catch them. budget, buy a couple of packs of white fluke • June 2018 • 13

© 2012 MKJ MarketingFor All Your style soft jerk baits (there are many brands)
Summer Plans and a pack of quality 4/0 offset worm
hooks. Fish the fluke unweighted on 10-14
• Ductless System pound test monofilament, since it floats
• Energy Efficient versus fluorocarbon, around the many
• Whisper Quiet shoals found the lakes in this region. Work
• Smart Controls the bait with short rapid jerks keeping the
fluke near or on the surface. If you are
864-229-9117 fortunate enough to have a sonar unit with
side imaging you can identify productive
Different water by idling past this type of structure*
Lifestyles. looking for the herring. If you do not have
this sonar feature I have found that by
Different Funeral Styles. casting a spinner bait around the structure
that mimics the herring in size and color
We all go through life differently. We take different paths, choose different and watching it closely as you retrieve it.
friends and follow different dreams. It’s what makes us special. It’s also If blueback herring are present, they will
why we think funerals should be unique. They are a defining moment in follow the spinner bait within a few feet
our journey. A time to celebrate a life. And whether we walked our years of you or your boat. Again, spinner bait
in wingtips or sandals is not important. What matters is that you now manufacturers sell baits that look like the
know a funeral home that recognizes the difference. Call to find out how a herring. Of course, you may catch a bass
personalized service can reflect an individual and honor a life. with the spinner bait. Just be aware that
you may catch 5 hybrid or stripers to every one bass you catch, which to me is just as
14 • June 2018 • much fun. Can you say “Fish Fry?”

Our bass club, “Rebel Bassmasters of
Greenwood,” held our annual “Open Bass
Tournament” on April 28 and the winning
team weighed in over 17 pounds fishing the
blueback herring spawn pattern. It works!

I have to mention that the Rebel bass
club held our monthly tourney on Lake
Greenwood on May 5. My wife Lora fished
with us as a guest. She weighed in a limit of
5 bass weighing 12.58 pounds to take home
the first-place winnings. SLV’s own Walther
(Skip) Horne served as the tournament
director and weighmaster, and rumor has
it that he tilted the scales in Lora’s favor
since she sends homemade cookies with
me to each tourney to share with the other
club members. I think Lora slipped him
a few extra cookies. The results are under
investigation. She caught her fish from the
back of our boat. I am so proud!

If anyone wants to chat about the baits
or tactics mentioned in this article please
feel free to drop me a line – pun intended!•
*Many anglers confuse the difference

between structure and cover.
Structure is the bottom composition
of the lake and cover is the wood,
grass, docks etc. that exist
in the water.




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SLV Rod and Gun Club Held Their
First Annual Shoot / Don’t Shoot

Training Session

THE SLV ROD & Gun Club held its first annual training session
to help members sharpen their skills in determining when to shoot
and when NOT to shoot. The event was held at the Rod & Gun
Club’s pistol range. Club president Mark Young conducted the
event which was well received.

The event had eight shooters on the firing line. Each shooter had
a target containing six figures, 2 circles, 2 triangles and 2 squares.
Each figure contained a number from one thru six. The figures
were colored differently either red, yellow or blue. Shooters were
in the ready or firing position. Mark would call out a number, color
and figure. If the shooter had the configuration called he/she
would shoot. Time, accuracy and correctly shooting at the called
configuration were all considered in the scoring process.

The event was held on Saturday morning, April 14, with twenty-
five members attending and twenty-one shooting. This was a
member only event. If you are interested in becoming a member
contact any club member or the POA for information.

SLV Rod and Gun Club Presented the
“NRA Home Firearm Safety Course”

ON SATURDAY, APRIL 21 the “Rod and Gun Club” presented
the certified “NRA Home Firearm Safety Training Course”
conducted by certified instructor Mark Young. This was a non-
shooting course given at the SLV Rec Center. The four-hour course
taught students the basic knowledge and skills on how to safely
handle and store firearms and ammunition in the home. Students
were taught the NRA’s three rules for safe gun handling, primary
causes of firearm accidents, firearm parts, how to unload certain
action types, ammunition components, cleaning, care, safe storage
of firearms in the home, and the benefits of becoming an active
participant in the shooting sport.

Mark did an excellent job of providing many handguns, rifles and
shotguns for the students to practice safe handling. Students were
given the opportunity to load and unload chambers/magazines
(with fake ammunition, of course) and disassemble and reassemble
(for cleaning purposes).

Students received the NRA Home Firearm Safety Handbook, NRA
Gun Safety Rules brochure, Basic Firearm Training brochure, and
course completion certificate.•

18 • June 2018 •


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378 • June 2018 • 19


Runnin’ T  he River Photo’s from last year’s fun on the water

JUNE 7, 2018

Time: Meet at Rec Center at 8:45 and leave in caravan by 9:00.

Should arrive by 10:15 to the The Sandbar on the river. Trip down
the river takes about 4 hours.

Cost: $20.00 includes a sit upon kayak (we really recommend

you use theirs), paddle, life vest, and shuttle service to the launch
location upstream. This money is paid directly to the Sandbar when
you arrive, not SLV.

Where: The SandBar on the Broad River in Bowman, Georgia

Description: This excursion will give an introductory experience

to riding a kayak through whitewater. It is recommended that you
have had some experience in a kayak, even if it is just on flat water,
before trying this event. We will spend time in the water at the
beginning going over the basics of how to read the river to locate
the best path to follow as well as practicing turning and other
paddle skills needed to negotiate the moving water and obstacles. It
is a day full of fun. You will get wet. Pack a lunch to eat along the
way, bring plenty of fluids, and sunscreen.

Sign up: By June 3 at the Rec Center desk.

We will contact you with more detailed information after the sign-
up deadline. In the meantime if you have any questions feel free to
contact Karen Greene at [email protected]

Please keep in mind that this event is dependent on the amount
water flow available in the river on this date. We will be checking
the levels daily prior to the event and if they appear to either be too
low or unsafely high we will cancel the trip and notify you as soon
as possible.
For more information visit the Sand Bar website:
You can also visit their Facebook page:

2018 OAC June August October
CALENDAR 2 Western SC Blueway 24 Moonlight Kayak 12 SVRT Founders Day Hike
18 Seminar “Spiders
Festival at Baker Creek September
State Park. Visit www. 22 Bike North Augusta and Scorpions” 20 Zombie Walk & Gather
7 Whitewater Kayaking Greenway
26 Moonlight Kayak November
10 Hike SLV Trail and
10-11 Helen, GA Trip Scavenger Hunt
17 Kayak Trip

20 • June 2018 •


Brown Thrasher

Secretive, Swift, and Smart

Master Naturalist

THIS SECRETIVE NEIGHBOR Brown thrashers can recognize cowbird Brown Thrashers may not be as glamorous
lives on the ground or in bushes where eggs deposited in their nest, which they as bluebirds or as stately as eagles, but they
we often miss seeing it. If we spot it, we quickly remove. They can also tell the keep many pests in check. Next time you
mistake it for a smaller bird, the wood difference between edible salamanders and hear what you think is a mockingbird, look
thrush. Although the wood thrush also poisonous ones. Despite their intelligence, closely and it may be your neighbor, the
has a brown back and white streaked belly, they have many predators: snakes, birds of lesser-known brown thrasher.•
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Male and female thrashers look alike and slapping with their wings, while making
juveniles differ only in having olive colored frightening cries. South Carolina born Fun Fact: Brown Thrashers have
eyes. Mockingbirds, famous for their thrashers do not migrate while those from more vertebrae than giraffes
many vocalizations, make fewer sounds New England migrate to the Carolinas and allowing them to catch fast
than brown thrashers that can produce Georgia during winter. Those from the moving insects.
thousands of sounds. They copy bird calls Dakotas winter in Texas and Louisiana.
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from feeders to visiting the feeder itself.
Generally monogamous, courtship displays
begin with males singing loudly to attract
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more softly. If the female is interested,
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while flapping her wings and chirping.
The male may give her a gift as well. Once
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(L to R ) Rod Wurst, Bob Divita, Gene Graziano, Ron Martin, Rob Clancy, Frank Tortarello, and Tom Westgate

SLV “Adopt A Hole” Program 15 th Anniversary

“ADOPT A HOLE” turns 15 this year. This “This loyal brigade of sanders includes not only member golfers but
program is where SLV community members sanders includes not other family members and even grandchildren.
take an active role in helping to maintain our only member golfers The Brigade is active from March to October and
wonderful golf courses. The concept is for the beyond depending on weather. The Golf Staff
members who have agreed to participate in the but other family and Maintenance Crew wish to each add their
“Adopt A Hole” program, as play allows and/ members and even Thank You to the many volunteers.
or on days the courses are closed, go out with grandchildren.”
their private carts or carts from the course and The Golf Committee is always welcoming new
sand any and all divots that have been missed by members to the “Adopt A Hole” program. We
golfers. This is from tee box up to and around the would also like to thank all the loyal golfers who
greens. sand their own excavating projects (divots); and
please remember to sand at least one other while
The program was initiated by the Golf you’re at it.
Committee in 2003 according to Director of Golf
Operation Bob McIntosh. This loyal brigade of Once again Thanks to all involved and Happy
Birthday fellow sanders!•

22 • June 2018 •

Savannah Lakes
Village Men’s Social
Golf Group MSG9


by RODNEY WURST also had the low gross of 84. Quite a Support Our
HE “SLV MEN’S tournament for Larry. This hear we Advertisers!
Social Golf Group,” also awarded a traveling trophy to the
MSG9, held its eleventh most improved player of the year. Tell them you saw their ad in
“Annual Green Jacket Congratulations to Russ Dickinson for
Golf Tournament” on improving his handicap by more than 2 To advertise,
April 6, 13, and 20, 2018. strokes over the 2017-18 year. please call (864) 391-3030

This year we again had two out of three An awards dinner was held at the Visit our website for ad rates
play days so that we could get more River Grille at Tara on April 25 with
players in the tournament. Tournament 96 players and wives in attendance. All
director, Dennis Kase set up the enjoyed a wonderful meal and the social • June 2018 • 23
schedule so that we could accommodate interaction that is the founding principle
46 players. of the MSG9 golf group. After the
dinner George Webb, Chairman of the
We had an 18-hole tournament MSG9 Steering Committee presented
played at the Tara Golf Course on three certificates to long term members
successive Fridays. The winner of the including a 15-year certificate to Jerry
tournament is awarded the Green Jacket Wishall and 10-year certificates to Dave
to use during the next year and has their Menard, Tom Westgate, and Chuck
name placed on the Paul Kleiber award Hudock
plaque which hangs in the Monticello
Clubhouse. The winner also receives an Tournament director Dennis Kase
honorary golf towel to keep and a gift explained the rules of the tournament
certificate prize. Before the awards, a and stated that the handicaps used
moment of silence was held to honor for this tournament were 75% of the
two of our members who passed away handicaps members have for regular play.
this year, Paul Kleiber, the founder of This rule was meant to provide a more
this group and Floyd Thomas, a great equal chance for low handicap players.
guy who fought hard against his dreaded
cancer. Master of Ceremonies Tom Westgate
and tournament director, Dennis Kase
The 44 members of the Group played presented the gift certificate awards to
two of the three days in the tournament. the top ten winners and for low gross
This year, one of our long term Larry Slater. Last year’s Green Jacket
members, Larry Slater, had a great score winner, Ken McGhie presented the
of 66.2, 4.4 strokes ahead of the second Green Jacket to this year’s winner, Larry
place winner Jerry Dargis at 70.6. The Slater, along with the honorary golf
top ten scorers won gift certificate prizes towel for the 2018 winner.
including Larry and Jerry plus third to
tenth place winners, Jerry Wishall, Neil Thanks to, Dennis Kase who ran the
Reichard, David Merrills, Tom Westgate, tournament and the Dinner Committee
Andy Anderson, Bob Emmons, George of David Merrills, Dave Menard, Gordie
Webb and Chuck Hudock. Larry Slater Waine, and all who helped make this
another wonderful event for the MSG9
Golf Group.•


Welcome to Welcome to the Cathedral of Creation
Lutheran Church By The Lake
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive

Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am

Pastor Jim Kinsler
[email protected]

“Building relationships with God and neighbors” was ordained as They both come from my in Nazareth the message
a parish pastor reading of the Gospels. It of Jesus was discounted
Good Shepherd Catholic Church in 1981. During dawned on me as I read and ignored because,
the past 37 the accounts of the life “Prophets are not without
Invites you to attend services years one of of Jesus; there was quite honor except in his own
Wed & Fri - 9am the common a contrast in the reaction county and in their own
Sat - 5 pm threads I have of the religious leaders house.” The reaction in
Sun - 11 am noticed is when I invite and the common people Luke’s account is much
folks to church sometimes to Jesus. That reaction more extreme. Jesus is
The Rev. Robert Sayer, pastor they get defensive. I have was also paralleled by kicked out the synagogue
pondered on this response the juxtaposition in the and threatened with his
Confessions: Sat 3:30 - 4:30 over the years. Why is locations. life.
it difficult for people
Hwy 221 North, McCormick to walk into a house of It was at the temple in What happen at
852-4722 worship if they have not Jerusalem and at his home the synagogue is only
been in church for awhile? synagogue in Nazareth a precursor of what
McCormick First Baptist Church There are two things Jesus encountered some transpires at the temple in
108 S. Oak Street, POB 416, McCormick, SC 29835 that have merged in my of his most intense Jerusalem. It is Jesus who
864-852-2640 • mind that have helped me opposition. The Gospels becomes enraged by the
Michael Allen, Pastor come to a possible answer. of Matthew and Mark tell corruption he sees. He
Michelle Allen, Children & Youth Director us after his first sermon drives out the sellers of

Sunday 9:45 AM
Sunday School 11:00 AM
Morning Worship
Evening Service 6:00 PM
Youth Program 6:00 PM

Wednesday 5:30 PM Nursery provided for
Children’s Program 6:00 PM Sunday Morning Worship
Prayer Meeting

Savannah Lakes Village and the McCormick area
have several places of worship for community involvement

and spiritual needs.

Please reference the advertisements included
on this page to learn more.

24 • June 2018 •


sheep and oxen, and overturns The Great California
the tables of the money Rebound
changers. The stakes are raised
with the religious establishment by LARRY RUSSO
as recorded in Mark 11, “The
scribes and chief priests heard hen I last wrote Robert) strove to
it and sought how they might a column about make wines that
destroy Him; for they feared California’s wine equaled the best
Him.” Maybe the difficulty industry in November imported from
people have with going into a of 2017, the state had Europe. They
church is more “Christ like” just suffered through adopted modern
than we want to admit. a series of devastating wildfires. Aside from techniques from regions such as Bordeaux
the concern for the well being of California’s to improve the quality of their wines. The
It is also obvious as we resident human and animal population, there Mondavis broke the prevailing mold for using
read the Gospels some of was serious apprehension over the status of grapes of unknown origin and producing field
our Lord’s greatest teachings, California’s world-class wine industry. blends of a diverse array of grapes, some of
sermons, miracles and impact Not to worry! 2017 was the best year ever for which had unknown origins. The Mondavis
took place, not in designated California wine exports. California exported began planting well-known Bordeaux varieties
religious locations, but in the about 45 million cases of wine, worth more than such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot with
open air. He calls his first 1.62 billion dollars. In addition, close to 65% great success.
disciples walking along the Sea of all wine consumed in the USA came from
of Galilee, he preaches the California. The single most significant event to impact the
sermon on the mount, he talks Today, Chardonnay is the most popular grape California wine industry is the now legendary
to the woman at the well, he planted in the state with 95,000 plus planted “Judgment of Paris.” An assembly of the eras
stills raging storms, he feeds the acres. Cabernet Sauvignon is 2nd, with almost most prominent wine critics, writers and tasters,
five thousand and the list goes 80,000 planted acres. In total, there are over gathered in Paris and pitted California wines
on. All these events take place 525,000 acres of red wine grapes alone planted against their European counterparts. California
in what I like to refer to as “the in California, comprising about 110 unique wines prevailed and the rest is history.
cathedral of creation.” AVA’s (American Viticultural Areas). An AVA
designation is considered a unique, specific, California’s wine making story would not
Could it be that we as people area for growing wine grapes, with its own soils, be complete without acknowledging the
created in the image of God micro- climate and terroir, all leading to the contributions of wine critic Robert Parker.
feel more at home in the place specific style of wine only produced in that area. Mr. Parker championed the growth of single-
that God is at home, in the Over 2,000 different wineries are producing vineyard wines, harvesting when the grapes had
beauty and wonder of creation? wine in California today, encompassing more achieved phenolic ripeness, low yields and the
I have noticed this trend in the than 60,000 different brand names. California use of new oak barrels. Robert Parker always
past nine years as Lutheran wines are unique in that they encompass most encouraged his readers to try California wines.
Church By The Lake has been of the world’s major wine appellations. Most
blessed to offer an open air regions can offer only a few, or even just one There is always the question of whether or not
worship experience during appellation. California wines age as well as their European
the summer months at the Where did this all come from?... The first counterparts. Clearly, California wines age well,
Savannah Lakes Marina/Resort wines were planted in California in the late particularly Cabernet Sauvignon and blends
Beach. Starting Memorial Day 1700’s and were intended exclusively for that include it. But does that aging improve the
weekend and going through religious purposes. Commercial birth of the wine? California wines age on a different curve
Labor Day weekend you are California wine industry took hold in the than their European counterparts. California
invited to worship in the late 1800’s due primarily to a small group of wines soften with age, natural flavors and oak
“Cathedral of Creation” each European emigrant vintners. The availability of are muted and better integrated; but the vibrant,
Sunday morning at 9:15. You inexpensive vineyard land, along with perfect exuberant qualities which are the hallmark
can come by boat, or drive and climate and great soil made wine making a of California wines, seem to diminish...thus
bring a lawn chair. There is natural for California. By 1889 over 200 wineries presenting another of life’s difficult choices.
one thing you are sure to find. were in full operation.
You will find Jesus doing what California’s modern wine era began following Enjoy your California wine, no matter its age.
Jesus enjoyed most...sharing the the conclusion of World War II, when the We are eternally grateful that the wildfires had a
power of God in the midst of pioneering Mondavi family bought the Charles limited negative impact.•
the “Cathedral of Creation.”• Krug winery. The Mondavis (particularly
Worst Pun of the Month

No matter how much you push the
envelope, it’ll still be stationery. • June 2018 • 25

Patriotic Fireworks Display & Boat Parade Scheduled For
Saturday, July 7, 2018

he Plum Branch delicacies. The pits will be fired 2018to enter. Please contact safety perimeter set up by
Yacht Club, up & BBQ plates at $8.00 each Dave Kelley at (864) 391-8173 SCDNR, assisted by the Power
McCormick will be available between noon or [email protected] for Squadron.
County Chamber and 4:00pm. The Lakeside Grill registration information.
of Commerce & will also be open during the Ample parking will be
the Thurmond afternoon and evening. There will be adult available for those arriving by
Lake Sail & Power Squadron and children’s games and car. There are a limited number
will be hosting a Patriotic Boat parade participants entertainment from 3:30 until of available docking spaces and
Fireworks Display and Boat will be scheduled to gather at the fireworks display. DJ Lee a few beaching areas if arriving
Parade on Saturday, 7 July at the buoy 62 at 12:30 p.m. and then Stickdorn will put some songs by boat.
Plum Branch Yacht Club. This parade in front of the judge’s together for karaoke & general
is planned to be a fun family day boat/stand between 1:00-2:30. listening pleasure from 4:30 We look forward to seeing
event, and there is no cost to Cash awards ($100 for 1st, $75 p.m.-6:00 p.m. and celebrating with you all.
attend or participate. for 2nd, and $50 for 3rd) will For further information or
If you wish to eat, you can be presented between 2:30 p.m. The fireworks display will sponsorship opportunities,
either bring a picnic or partake -3:30 p.m. at the small pavilion. start at dusk conducted by please contact Charlotte Tallent,
of Yacht Club (Lakeside Grill) Boats must be preregistered no Crazy Craig’s Fireworks. If Executive Director at the
later than noon on Friday, 6 July, you plan on attending by boat, McCormick County Chamber
please respect the on-water of Commerce: (864) 852-2835.•

Some of the participants in the 2017 Parade PLEASE SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:

26 • June 2018 • Crazy Craig’s
Over 25 Years

PETS OF THE MONTH Please leave a message at 864-391-2349 or email us at [email protected]
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THEY CALL ME “Fritter” MY NAME IS Harmony and
and despite an unlucky start I must say it’s the perfect name
to life I am a happy and for me. Not only will I blend
hopeful pup. At a tender age in perfectly with your family,
of just a few months old, I but my meows are pleasingly
was unceremoniously dropped melodic, not unlike a well-
off in a wooded area while the crafted symphony.
person I thought would love me I am a long haired beauty with
forever sped away. Luckily there delicious dark chocolate brown
were kind people who kept me fur with a star-shaped dollop
well fed, but no one could keep of white on my chest. I am
me so I did not have a bed to call my own and slept under the stars. addicted to love and imagine our days filled with lots of cuddling,
The nice people of the HSMC picked me up, and now I have my good conversation, and you brushing my lovely hair with slow
own bed plus toys and lots of good food to eat. I get walked and patient strokes. If you must still work to keep me in toys and tuna,
have play time with other pups. I am grateful but still have one I would enjoy the company of another kitty to keep me busy. I am
dream to fulfill: to have a home and family that will not abandon litter box trained, have all my shots and have been spayed. I am
me. I am a year old, neutered and a good boy. I admit I need a little petite and was born August 8, 2017; so, you can have me home in
bit of work but my heart is always in the right place. Will you take a time for my birthday. I’ll even let you take a picture of me
chance on me? in a party hat.•

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