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Dr. Robinson has had a long career serving patients across our region. He co-founded and served as CEO of Piedmont Health Group,
helping it grow from a small primary care practice into a large medical complex serving the Greenwood County area. Dr. Robinson is a
member of the American and South Carolina Medical Associations, and was named as runner-up for the South Carolina Senate’s 2010
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The MACK to Present: Pushing Boundaries II
An Exhibit of Oil Paintings by Local Artist, Joni Purk

THE EXHIBIT IS now on display Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm October-December 2020 at the McCormick Arts
Council. (115 South Main Street McCormick, SC 29835). Masks, social distancing and all Covid-19 restrictions apply.

Meet the Artist: Joni Purk

SOUTH CAROLINA ARTIST and member of the Oil Painters of America, Joni Purk is self-taught.
Subsequent studies included a 13-year instruction from Midwest artist, Eugene Woods; college courses; and
nationally-recognized workshops. Her first year of instruction was strictly the mixing of colors, and she
maintains this was the key to her recognition of color theory and technique.

In 2001, Joni decided to take her business to a full-time status and hasn’t looked back. She has been co-
owner of a gallery in Charleston, owner of a gallery in Charlotte, and supports the arts in all of her communities.

Joni says, “I have always been intrigued by the process. Everything in nature excites me. I limit my medium but find joy in all subject
matter. My work in oil incorporates many different techniques, textures, and forms. I try to create a feeling or an emotion in each painting.
It may be an energy, a silent and peaceful state, happiness, or contemplation. I love to study my subject through layers of monochromatic
color to learn the essence of the piece, followed by the final layer where creativity is achieved.

“When an individual purchases one of my works, I strive to make it possible for the buyer/viewer to have a strong connection making
this an investment that lasts a lifetime.”

Solo Exhibition at the MACK in McCormick, SC. 'Pushing Boundaries II', Oil Paintings by artist, Joni Purk. All works on display 25%
off through December 2020 then will revert back to original pricing.•

6 • November 2020 •

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Celebrating the MACK
Artisans Guild & Gallery Shop 2020

THE ARTISANS GUILD and Gallery Shop has added value to the McCormick Arts Council at the The group of
Keturah (MACK) for more than 15 years! This independent, and important, part of the MACK was experienced local
established in August of 2005 and offers a wealth of delightful items for your enjoyment. as well as artists has grown
adding to the rich arts experience of our community. The group of experienced local artists has to serve over 35
grown to serve over 35 members to provide locally crafted products for sale and display. members to provide
locally crafted
Many of our artisans create custom work and are most willing to create that special something products for sale
you have in mind. Staffed by local artists and volunteers, the shop is currently open Thursday
through Saturday from 10:00 until 4:00. Be sure to visit often so you won’t miss out on all the and display.
wonderful offerings of this talented group! Cash, checks, and credit or debit cards are accepted. So
come see us, shop local, and support the arts your community!

To contact or join the MACK Artisans Guild & Gallery Shop please call 864-852-3216 or email
[email protected].•

8 • November 2020 •

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“Shop Small Saturday” GOOD SHEPHERD
Saturday / November 28
10:00 - 4:00 Bake Sale
at the
artists by taking advantage of "Shop
Small Saturday " on November FESTIVAL OF TREES
28th. This is a national campaign McCormick, SC
to encourage citizens to support
small businesses in their local area. FRIDAY, DEC. 4th
The MACK Artisan Gallery Shop
offers locally crafted gifts from 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
over 35 artists. Locally crafted and
handmade items are available in SATURDAY, DEC. 5th
Historic Downtown McCormick.
These artisan products are available 12:00 PM - 7:00 PM
for you to find “just the right” gift! • November 2020 • 9

McCormick Garden Club Invites You to the

Third Annual Christmas Tour of Historic Dorn House

by MARY ANNE LINSENMAYER of the garden club will not only welcome with additional parking at the United
visitors and offer guidance during your tour, Methodist Church and McCormick Baptist
HE McCORMICK but will also act as docents and provide Church. Handicapped accessibility is
GARDEN Club cordially information about the history of the house. available at the rear of the house.
invites you to the 3rd The historic Dorn House, with its many
annual Dorn House architectural features, has been on the No admission is charged as The
Christmas Tour. As in National Register of Historic Places since McCormick Garden Club is delighted
years past, every room 1985. The McCormick Garden Club has to offer the community this unique and
will be dressed up in spectacular Yuletide been awarded First Place in 2018, and again different experience each year. Donations,
decorations within the setting of this in 2019, for Beautification of a Historic however, are appreciated to help support
historic Colonial Revival style home. Built Building by the Garden Clubs of S. C. and the club’s objective of encouraging public
in 1917, it was the first brick home in the the National Garden Clubs, Inc. and civic beautification through gardening.
town of McCormick. You’ll be inspired Maintenance of the garden areas at the
with ideas to fill your home with holiday Begin your holiday festivities with a visit library and the MACK, assisting with
cheer as you view the efforts of the artistic to this 100+ year old home located at decorations for the Memorial and Veteran’s
and talented ladies of the garden club. 206 E. Gold Street in downtown Day programs, and the furnishing of a
Every year they surprise and delight us McCormick. Public tours will be starting the cottage at the SC Governors School for
by offering different themes throughout weekend after Thanksgiving. Agriculture at John de la Howe are some
the house and this year is no exception. examples of the clubs many beautification
From this year’s Winter Wonderland in the Dorn House Hours projects.
dining room, with its cherry wainscoting, • Friday, Nov. 27 & Saturday, Nov. 28
to the collection of Victorian ornaments CDC Guidelines will be followed and
decorating the tree in the master bedroom, from Noon-5:00 PM entry will be through the front door only
to stockings hung from marble fireplaces, • Friday, Dec. 4 & Saturday, Dec. 5 (except for handicapped) with visitors
you will be dazzled with lavish garlands, exiting at the rear of the house. Mask
gilded ribbons and twinkling lights that from Noon-7:00 PM wearing and social distancing should be
make everything sparkly and bright. • Friday, Dec. 11 & Saturday, Dec. 12 observed for the protection of all.
This year, for the first time, members
10 • November 2020 • from Noon-7:00 PM Mark your calendars and place this tour
Parking is available at the rear of the of a historic gem on your list of THINGS
house and is entered from Virginia Street, TO DO this holiday season!•

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Come enjoy a winter wonderland as you walk through the
Festival of Trees located in the Grist Mill. Shop at the
Holiday Market located in the Cotton Gin.

December 4th and 5th
December 11th and 12th
12 pm to 7 pm (all days)
The Grist Mill and Cotton Gin are part of the Historic

Dorn Mill Complex
206 N Main Street, McCormick, SC

Festival of Trees at the Grist Mill Holiday Market at the Cotton Gin
Step back in time and take a tour of this The Cotton Gin, part of the Dorn Mill
historical building that the Christmas Elves Complex, is home to a Holiday Market.
have transformed into a winter/holiday Local and regional artisans will be selling
wonderland. This tour is for all ages and is beautiful handcrafted merchandise:
handicap accessible. Bring cameras as you jewelry, jellies, jams, quilts, baby items,
will want to take lots of pictures. baked goods, etc.

The McCormick County Historical Commission is dedicated to preserving our history. The Dorn
Mill Complex built in 1898 was the principal industry for the town and McCormick County for
most of the first half of the twentienth centruy. During this period cotton and other farming
endeavors propelled the economy of the region. • November 2020 • 11

Joy, Joy, Joy!!! 2020 Festival of Trees


AST MONTH, education of all who live in and explore this South Carolina alive, especially for children.
YOU might recall, area. Older buildings require much work Her desire is to develop a sense of pride
we shared that we to keep them structurally sound and safe, in their community, and an understanding
do indeed, have and promoting the value and educational of life in McCormick long ago. Barbara
something wonderful benefits of these local gems is also an often refers to the Dorn Mill complex as
to look forward to in important role of the McCormick County a “treasure.” Her enthusiasm for sharing
McCormick in 2020! Historical Commission. Fundraisers to this treasure with all of the community
The COVID-19 provide the dollars needed for repairs and and surrounding areas is demonstrated in
virus will not steal preservation, volunteers to plan, promote, her many, many hours of work creating,
away the tradition of the Holidays from and support these efforts throughout the researching, promoting, and sharing her
us and the surrounding communities. The year, and finally, a cohesive group of people love for the Complex and the gift of
McCormick County Historical Commission to coordinate all of these things, makes all Christmas in McCormick. When asked what
is planning and working to bring another of this possible. To manage all of this AND she would want to tell our readers about
spectacular celebration for the 7th Annual invite the public into this Complex for a this year’s celebration in the Grist Mill and
FESTIVAL OF TREES at the Dorn unique and charming Christmas Celebration Cotton Gin, Barbara replied, “In spite of
Complex Grist Mill and Cotton Gin on is indeed a blessing to all! COVID-19, the Dorn Mill Complex will be
December 4, 5, 11, 12 from 12:00 Noon providing a much needed distraction with
-7:00 PM. Our presenters and vendors are In 2013, our McCormick County its fabulous decorations by the Elves and
planning a celebration that will once again Historical Commission had a vision: variety of Vendors.” The fascinating history
bring the joy and excitement of Christmas Christmases of Yesteryear would be so of McCormick is certainly enriched by the
to all who attend. Additionally, they are beautifully depicted with the Dorn Mill leadership of its preservation as provided
providing all of the safety measures to Complex as the backdrop for individual by Barbara Hinkel.
promote a healthy and safe experience for holiday scenes, while incorporating the
everyone. One-way walking tours through traditions and customs of Christmas when Local resident and Elf #2, Linda Baker,
the Grist Mill and Cotton Gin, greater than the Grist Mill and Cotton Gin were in their became interested in this project and soon
6’ social distancing, hand sanitizers, and prime. At the same time, people could after decorated one tree in the old Cotton
encouragement to wear masks will put us all learn about the workings of a grist mill, Gin as part of the McCormick Christmas
at ease as we find ourselves immersed in the and how this industry tied into the railway Celebration. Linda loves the old buildings,
warmth, charm, excitement and anticipation system, surrounding businesses, and other and knew in her heart that she wanted to
of a beautiful Christmas experience. Settle historical features of our community. share the spirit of Christmas with everyone
back and join me as I share some of the This event would be a gift to the people in McCormick. Her natural creativity and
“inside” details that I have learned about of McCormick and surrounding areas, her desire to find ways to share her strong
the preparations, and the “elves” who make and would be reminiscent of Christmases faith dovetailed seven years ago, placing her
all of this possible for us to enjoy each year. past for all who visited. The displays in the midst of a project that is a year-long
First, it is important for us to know a bit would emphasize the birth of Christ, the commitment. She began with planning,
about our venue for the annual Festival Joy of the Holiday Season, the history researching, crafting, finding materials,
of Trees, and the McCormick County of our community, and would also share and then three months of actually putting
Historical Commission that plays such an the Love and Hope of the past for future displays together. She then faced the task,
important role in preserving the history of generations. The Historical Commission after two weekends of the open Dorn
our county, community, and those who were was thrilled to know that this piece of our Mill Complex Festival of Trees, a week
early settlers, movers and shakers of this history could be used for the benefit of the dedicated to dismantling. The displays, or
area. The commission is a group of people community once again, and gave the green vignettes, are fresh and new ideas each year,
from our community who are committed light for this undertaking! sometimes incorporating newly designed
to preserving the historic buildings in materials from years past, but always new
McCormick, as well as educating the public This is where the ”First Elf ” of creations that will entice the community
about the history and development of the McCormick, Barbara Hinkel, made her to come back year after year. Linda sees
county and city from the earliest recorded appearance and has been “Chief Elf ” in this project as a win-win for McCormick
information available. They work tirelessly creating, promoting, and sprinkling visions and surrounding areas. When asked what
to assure that the integrity of the buildings of sugarplums ever since. As a longtime she thought the attendees would derive
is preserved for the enjoyment and Commissioner of the McCormick County from their Dorn Mill Complex experience,
12 • November 2020 • Historical Commission, Barbara’s goal has she stated, “I hope they are blessed and it
always been to bring the rich history of

adds something special to their Christmas from just a handful of volunteers each year, behind the scenes who work endless hours
celebration.” She also added that she is Mary replied, “My hope is visitors enjoy to get the details “just right” before the
pleased that this project brings people from a delightful, visual holiday experience and doors of the Cotton Gin and Grist Mill
other communities to McCormick, making are further enriched by the history shared open for this grand event. There are not
our residents proud of our community, of the Mill Complex and the community at enough candy cane rewards available to
and enhancing traffic through our local large.” recognize them all, but they are appreciated
businesses. Linda is also hopeful that for all that they do year round for the
everyone will realize the value of this For Barbara, Linda and Mary, who give so Complex!
historic gem in our midst, and support much of their hearts, time, and support to
the efforts of the McCormick County this project, we can proudly say in return: All of the folks involved in this
Historical Commission in its preservation. MISSION ACHIEVED! undertaking emphasized that they do what
they do for this project out of a strong
Several years later, in 2017, an At the center of all great volunteer efforts desire to provide something special for
unsuspecting newcomer drove into is a hub that supports those efforts, and the people in and around McCormick.
McCormick for the first time and was, on keeps the mission on track for the project. They volunteer time and provide all of
that first trip, drawn to the history and This is the role of our fourth Elf, Tonia their own materials to make this huge
charm of the Dorn Mill Complex. Mary Moore, who in 2017 began a relationship undertaking a success, and sincerely hope
Tobin’s love for history, architecture, design, with the Historical Commission that soon those who come to enjoy this specially
and the possibilities she could see in these led to her appointment to that organization. wrapped gift, will see the importance of
buildings, helped her make the decision In 2019, Tonia was made Chairman of helping them preserve these historical
to make McCormick, SC, her new home. the Commission. Tonia’s interest in the buildings. Everyone is welcome to come
In 2018, Mary donned her own Christmas preservation of the history of our county at NO CHARGE, which is their way of
Elf hat, connected with Linda Baker, and and the city of McCormick includes an providing a gift for the people of and
began an adventure that has grown each understanding of the social, economic around McCormick. Those who appreciate
year. Mary focuses specifically on the and developmental history, including the the importance of continuing this beautiful
historical value she can bring to the project, industrial components. The Grist Mill is an tradition, and understand the need to keep
weaving a sense of whimsy and fantasy amazing example of a working mill, and the these buildings in good repair, may make
that will appeal to children and the young- equipment on display provides enlightening a donation to the McCormick County
at-heart. She carefully researches areas insight to a working mill in 1898. The Historical Commission at the end of
that can be depicted through Christmas equipment is described with signs along the Grist Mill Christmas experience. All
vignettes, incorporating her love of the old the way, and the history of McCormick donations to this 501(c)3 are gratefully
Grist Mill and stories of Christmases past. is vividly demonstrated throughout. This accepted and will go directly to the upkeep
Throughout the year, Mary researches the piece of history is rarely found in such and repairs for the Complex. It is indeed
history of McCormick, searches for the completeness, and the adjoining cotton gin a labor of love…please direct questions
perfect supplies and materials in order to building remains accessible as well. The to Tonia Moore at mccormickschistory@
create and craft all of the elements of the Historical Commission takes great pride
scenes she has designed. The preparation in the preservation of this community’s
begins in March of each year for Mary, history, and is extremely grateful for the Next month, just as the FESTIVAL OF
and she works tirelessly on her designs work of volunteers to provide the necessary TREES is ready to open, check back for
right up to September when she and funding for the many projects required to sneak preview pictures of the work behind
Linda Baker begin taking all of their pre- keep these buildings in good repair. the scenes! And remember to mark your
made components into the Grist Mill for calendars, now! December 4, 5, 11, 12 from
assembly .When asked what she feels the Finally, please know that 4 Elves alone 12:00 Noon-7:00 PM! You won’t want to
community derives from this labor of love could NEVER accomplish all of the miss this beautiful gift to us all!!•
work needed to bring this treat to our
community. There are many Mini-Elves • November 2020 • 13


SLV Crowns Their
“2020 Champion Golfers

of the Year!”

SLV Golf Committee

THE TEMPERATURE WAS hot and humid, but the skies Both Joe and Betty will be honored with reserved parking spaces
and grounds were beautiful as the Savannah Lakes Village Golf at Monticello and Tara, with their names engraved on plaques at the
Championship was held on September 4th and 5th. Round One was Monticello Golf Course. Additionally, they both will be receiving
played at the Monticello Golf Course and Round Two was played at SLV gift cards.
Our Gold Flight winner is Roger Carter (158) and our Silver Flight
Our White Flight Men’s Champion is Joe Sprouse. Joe carded a winner is Sue Slagle (176). Roger and Sue will also have their names
total of 157 for the two days, narrowly defeating Merelyn Hendricks engraved on plaques at the Monticello Golf Course and receive SLV
(158) and David Herzog (158). Gift cards.

Our Emerald Flight Women’s Champion is Betty Raezer. Betty Additionally, twenty-one golfers will receive SLV gift cards for
carded a total of 176, barely nipping Diane Caccia (177). their net score.

White Flight Champion Gold Flight Champion

Joe Sprouse 157 Roger Carter 158

White Flight Net Winners Gold Flight Net Winners

Clive Clifford 139 Robert Garner 142
Don Smallwood 144 Gary Grady 145
Steve Grecco 147 Steve Roberts 147
Randal Weightman 148 Raymond Sims 147
Howie Caccia 148 Tom Fales 147
Thomas Ruffner 149 Michael Zimmerman 150
Kenneth Novak 150

Emerald Flight Champion Silver Tee Champion

Betty Raezer 176 Sue Slagle 176

Emerald Flight Net Winners Silver Tee Net Winners

Nena DeArment 144 Marilyn Semones 146
Em Clifford 151 Katie Clum 155
Diane Caccia 177 Han Gargie 155
Mary Bushmaker 157
Janice Payne 158

The SLV Golf Committee would like to congratulate all of the competitors for making the 2020 SLV Golf Championship a
success. Additionally, we give our sincere thanks to SLV Golf Operations and Golf Services for their assistance.•

14 • November 2020 •

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FIESTA! Let’s Party!!! Han Gargie

The SLV WGA 9 & 18-Hole Member-Member Tournament held on Sept. 23th at
Monticello and 24th at Tara was a real success! Each of the 66 players was given a beautiful
Spartina gift bag filled with goodies, snacks at Monticello, and a boxed lunch at Tara. We
had two beautiful sunny, warm days. We appreciate the local businesses who contributed
to the tournament, the assistance from the Pro Shop staff, wait-staff, maintenance crews
at both courses, and our many volunteers. A special thanks to our local artisans for their
beautiful handcrafted gifts. Thank you to the Tournament Committee for all their hard
work to make this such a special event, despite still having COVID-19 restrictions.

Thank you to all who played! Congratulations to all our winners! A special congratulations to
Kathy Marathon who had a Hole-in-One on Hole #7 at Tara! WOW!

Flight 1: The SLV WGA greatly appreciates the contributions
1st place – Terri McCarbery & Marcia McAvoy from our local businesses toward our Member-Member
2nd place – Gail Cox & Glynda Frazier Tournament this year. Your support was very valuable to us in
making this tournament a success. Sponsors include:
Flight 2:
1st place – Kim Swigart& Tami Ferguson • Artisans – Susan Hartz, Brenda Lang, Barb Shelley, Pat Winn
Tie 2nd place – Ruth Thomas & Beverly Western; Ruth Detrick & • Alpine Construction Company
• Breezy Quarters, Soap & Bath Factory
Karen Bowlin • Capital Home Builders
• David Skidmore, Realtor
Our 18-hole Winners: • Divine Your Space, Urban Home and Garden Design
• The Ice Cream Shoppe
Flight 1: • Lee Builders
1st place – Diane Caccia & Katie Clum • Lollipop’s Gift Shoppe
2nd place – Denise Uitto & Mary Bushmaker • RE/MAX Leisurely Living
3rd place – Peggy O’Bryan & Denise Wise • Savannah Lakes Realty, Real Estate
• Shrimp One
Flight 2: • Strom’s Drug Store
Tie 1st place – Em Clifford & Barb Shelley; Ray Stoddard & Sue • SLV Real Estate Sales & Development
• Urban 2 Country, Home and Market
Wurtzbacher • The Village Grill Restaurant
3rd place – Nancy Ziegler & Jenny Walker • Village Spirits
• Savannah Lakes Village & Golf Clubs•
Flight 3:
1st place – Kris Adden & Pat O’Neill
2nd place – Becky Jones & Delores Smallwood
3rd place – Kathy Marathon & Pat Tortorello

Proximity Hole Winners at Monticello
Closest to the pin Hole #4 – Vicki Cyr
Closest to the line on Hole #11 – Fran Castle
Closest to the pin on Hole #12 – Susan Dargis& Peggy O’Bryan
Closest to the line on Hole #15 – Glynda Frazier & Han Gargie

Proximity Hole Winners at Tara Barb Shelley and Em Clifford
Closest to the pin Hole #5 – Phyllis Morrison & Denise Uitto
Closest to the line Hole #10 – Wendy Kvale
Closest to the line Hole #15 – Betty Palone & Sheryl Lyons
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Bushmaker and Woodward Win the 2020 SLV U.S. Open Am-Pro

SLV Golf Committee

THE 2020 SLV U.S. Open Am-Pro, which was held on Saturday, September 19th, was a fun event for the SLV golf enthusiasts. Forty-
eight golfers teed it up for a net score combined with the fourth round score of the Professional golfer that was chosen by the SLV golfer.

Lady’s winners are: Men’s winners are:
1st place – Mary Bushmaker – Pro DeChambeau (139 – card-off) 1st place – Randy Woodward – Pro Schauffele (144 – card-off)
2nd place – Peggy O’Bryan – Pro DeChambeau (139) 2nd place – Chuck Uitto – Pro D. Johnson (144)
3rd place – Marsha Garner – Pro DeChambeau (140) 3rd place tie – Paul Cyr – Pro Reed (145)
4th place tie – Diane Caccia – Pro J. Thomas (142) 3rd place tie – Dave Markle – Pro Casey (145)
4th place tie – Denise Uitto – Pro Kokrak (142) 3rd place tie – Mike Hunter – Pro Thomas (145)
3rd place tie – Paul Klein – Pro D. Johnson (145)
7th place – Don Moninger – Pro English (146)
8th place tie – Roger Carter – Pro Todd (147)
8th place tie – Charlie Faulconer – Pro Simpson (147)

2020 SLV-WGA Top to bottom - Denise Uitto, Betty Palone, Mary Ann Charnes, Susan Dargis

ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 7th and Thursday, October 8th, the members of Savannah Lakes
Village Women’s Golf Association held their yearly Championship Tournament. The new champions
were determined by the lowest gross score for the two days, and the flight winners were determined by
the lowest combined net score. The weather was perfect and the golf course was in great condition for
a championship tournament! There were even some spectators to add to the day.•
Congratulations to the following new WGA Champions!

EMERALD TEE 18 HOLE - Denise Uitto
MEMBER TEE 18 HOLE - Betty Palone
SILVER TEE 18 HOLE - Mary Ann Charnes
NINE HOLE - Susan Dargis
Flight winners were:
NINE HOLER - Tami Ferguson (1st); Bonnie Toyzan (2nd); Glynda Frazier (3rd); Kathie Kase (4th)
EIGHTEEN HOLE SILVER TEES - Han Gargie (1st) Pat O’Neill (2nd)
WGA has just a few more regular playdays that will end with a fun scramble combining nine and
eighteen holers. Then, in November, our silly season starts where all visitors, potential residents, and
residents joining in for some fun games of golf. Watch Neighborlink for announcements of the
“WGA Silly Season.” Come meet some new friends and then join us when we start the “official season”
in March of 2021.•

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Dave Markle Crowned 2020 SLV-MGA Match Play Champion!


GARY PLAYER ONCE said “The harder I work the luckier I get!” It looks like the
same formula worked for Dave Markle this year.

That thought may have crossed the mind of the SLV-MGA 2020 Match Play
Tournament Champion, Dave Markle. He finished up the match by winning on the
18th hole of an intense back and forth battle with Keith Wise. When asked about
how he managed to win in both the doubles and the singles match play tournaments
he said, "It was mostly luck!"

Is that all there is for the SLV-MGA league now that the formal member play has
ended? NO WAY! It has been a challenging season, but here is a summary of what
you missed:

a. Opening Day Breakfast f. Three Scramble Tournaments, 2, man, Congratulations, Dave Markle!
b. Nine individual play competitions, 3 man & 4 man 2020 SLV-MGA Play Champion

including a two day championship g. Two (2 day) Stableford Tournaments Silly Golf Rules for Seniors
c. Twelve Team Play Tournaments, plus h. A Black Tee Challenge #7 G (15)
i. A season long Covid-19 Points
one Turkey Shoot There is no penalty for a ball in a water
d. Five WGA/MGA mixed events, plus Tournament hazard, as golf balls should float. Senior
j. End of the year Prime Rib Banquet – golfers should not be penalized for
the challenge for the men L manufacturer’s shortcomings
(The WGA won!) to be held after Covid-19 Ten Best Caddie Responses:
e. Three Member/Member Tournaments restrictions end. Golfer: “Please stop checking your watch all
the time! It’s too much of a distraction!”
Now if you want to get in on the action our informal MGA play begins in Caddie: “It’s not a watch! It’s a compass!”
November, you don’t have to be a member. The 2nd Covid-19 points tournament has
already begun, don’t be left out.•

C19 Points Tournament Second Session Top Ten


MGA sponsored Men’s SLV Member/Member Stableford Points Golf Tournament

1st Flight 2nd Flight 3rd Flight

1st Place 110 points 1st Place – 113 points 1st place – 116 points
Roger Carter Glenn Gumbiner Barry Fairley
Jay Mahaffey Wayne Davis Tom Ruffner

2nd Place – 109 points 2nd Place – 111 points 2nd Place – 110 points
Steve Grecco Dave Markle Steve Walz
Nelson Hagy Michael Payne Edward Flagg

3rd Place – 108 Points 3rd Place – 103 points 3rd Place – 105 points
Carl Davis Russell Booth Kevin Pancoast
AJ Piwowarski Paul Westmoreland Keith Jones

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THE OUTDOOR ADVENTURE the full moon rose behind us. Jim Snyder The OAC holds events like this 2 to
Club enjoyed an evening Kayak trip on picked the perfect date, Judy Dundon’s 3 times per month. You can join us by
Monday, August 31st. Launching at the prayers brought great weather, and signing up at the POA office and paying
Soap Creek Access off Rt. 378, about 3 Mother Nature provided the scenery. $25 for annual dues. People who sign up
miles west of the Village Store, we barely About 25 folks made the trip and all had between now and 1/1/21 will be members
had time to say good bye to the sun as a good time. throughout 2021.•

SLV Outdoor Adventure Club Hike at the 2020 SVRT Founders Day Event


IT WAS A beautiful day for a hike! We had a nice group of people to 4 miles. I noticed that there is now a
who met at the trail head of Badwell Cemetery Road on Saturday, lovely picnic table and open area about
October 3 for the Savannah Valley Rails to Trails (SVRT) Founders halfway along the trail that provides a
Day Hike. We were greeted by several members of the SVRT and great place to sit, rest and enjoy the
Barry Russell provided the history of the trains that ran through beauty of the woods.
this area up until 1979. Barry then walked with hikers down the
trail pointing out some of the highlights along the way. Covid-19 put a hold on the usual
hot dogs and homemade ice cream
Before the trails were established, a group of people hiked every which has traditionally been served by
mile of the trail from Barksdale Ferry to Calhoun Falls. They the members of the SVRT. However,
they improvised and had bottled water,
worked diligently to get a grant for the refurbishing snack packs of treats, as well as my personal
of the trestle bridge so that the trail could favorite, Chocolates!
continue from Barksdale Ferry on to
Willington, and eventually all the way We appreciate the hard work of the SVRT members in getting
to Calhoun Falls. This year marks the these trails started and the continued efforts of the volunteers who
6th anniversary of the Founder’s Day maintain them. Your donations made during this event were greatly
dedication to celebrate completion of appreciated. Remember to continue to drop a few dollars in the
the refurbishment of the trestle bridge donation boxes at the trail head when you go on your next hike.
by the SVRT. Our continued support will help keep the trails maintained for all to
Hikers walked at their own pace, enjoy for a long time to come!
visiting with other “masked” hikers along
the way. The portion of the trail we hiked If you enjoy being outside and would be interested in joining the
was 2 miles one way so hikers could hike up SVRT group, contact Butch Dieckhoner, Barry Russell (864)-602-
1701 or Wayne Baker.•

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Green Netters Bring Enthusiasm and Excitement About Tennis

photos by Linda Vanderford
SEVERAL YEARS AGO, the Green Netters Program was established as the brainchild of
tennis player Mike Lusby. After running the successful program for several years, Mike took
a break from the weekly activity. The spring of 2021 will find Mike and his wife, Marsha,
picking up the reigns once again and attracting a number of players to the courts on Wednesday
mornings at 11:00. Mike explained the program, “It is designed for new tennis players who
want to learn the sport and for returning players who want to practice their skills.” Mike sets
up the two hour session so that participants work with the ball machine for the first hour and
enjoy some match play for the second hour. “We like to see folks come regularly, but are always
looking for some new faces, as well. We had a great turnout last week and had a lot of fun!”
added Marsha. Encouraging tennis at SLV is important to Mike and Marsha. They have even
been willing to come out in the evening to work with individual players who are still employed
and working during the day. This dynamic duo continues to support and encourage tennis at
SLV and hopes that their enthusiasm is contagious. Come out to Green Netters by signing up
on the reservation system or calling the Recreation Center. If you have questions or need some
encouragement, call Marsha (423-676-3201) or Mike (423-676-4020).•
1) Marsha and Mike ready the ball machine. 2) Left to right: Marsha Lusby, Mike Lusby, Janice Adamson, Gary Smith, John Hinkle, Ken Christensen, Ron Price, and Barb Berton.

First Interclub Pickleball Event

photos by Vicki Massie

ON OCTOBER 2, 2020 SLV hosted the First by SLV was the Women’s 3.0 Doubles with Linda
INTERCLUB PICKLEBALL EVENT with 14 Dodd and Linda Strout winning 12-10 and 11-5!
players from Augusta matched up with 14 SLV Way to go Linda 2 (Linda square we like to call
players. Our teams were made up of different them). Jerry Campbell and Roger Byers took
ranked groups of 4.0 and 3.5 Men’s Doubles, early control with 12-10 in their first match, but
3.5 and 3.0 Women’s Doubles, and one Mixed couldn’t hold the lead. They had some exciting
Doubles Team. The competition was fierce and play action which got exuberant shouts from the
extremely fun. Augusta brought their game! small cheering section that came to support SLV.
Betty Dodge and Bob Harla represented the Mixed
The 28 players hammered out their wins (some Doubles match and came out victorious with 6-11,
nail-biters). In 8 matches, 4 SLV teams forced 11-8, and 11-2. Great come back y’all!
Augusta to a third match to determine the final
winning outcome. One match won hands down

The SLV Pickleball group organizers would like to thank all the participants:

Betty Dodge Diane Shea Linda Strout Sue Kaeding
Barbara Doughty Jerry Campbell Mary Ann Charnes Tim Rorrer
Bob Harla Kim Woodard Randy Woodard
Bob Massie Linda Dodd Roger Byers

Although Augusta prevailed with winning matches 6-2, our “win” was having great matches with 1st photo - SLV players Betty Dodge and
some really nice and fun competitors. Near the end of October, we are looking forward to the next Bob Harla (3.5 mixed)
Interclub play. Augusta will host SLV on their courts for another Interclub Pickleball Event, AND, 2rd photo - SLV players Linda Strout and
we’re planning on taking a shot at redemption. Linda Dodd (3.0 women’s doubles)
3nd photo - SLV players Roger Byers
For more information on how to get involved in Pickleball, contact the SLV Rec Center for more and Jerry Campbell (4.0 men’s doubles)
schedules of regular play and beginners play.•
24 • November 2020 •

it’s impIof ritta’ you...
COMMUNITY will be baking cakes,
pies, cookies, and breads to share with
the SLV residents at a Thanksgiving Bake
Sale. These delicious delights will be
available on Saturday, November 21st at
the Recreation Center from 11:00-2:00
pm, and again at the River Grille on
Sunday, November 22nd from
2:00-5:00 pm.
“For the health and safety of our
residents, the Tennis/Pickleball Committee
has made the decision to cancel the annual
January dinner and dance,” reported Suzie
Kaeding, chair of the committee. Linda
Stout emphasized that the dinner-dance
was the group’s one fundraiser of the impoitWr’steakinmnowtpthtoeosretruvaicsen.atwatrods us.
year. These funds provide many additions it’s
and improvements not covered in the them
Recreation Center Budget to the Tennis-
Pickleball Complex and its programs. “We We know the servictheearwesapredcst tthheeymdeserve.
definitely need a fundraiser,” said Stout. the respecWt thhaetyevdeer syeoruvrew. ishes, trust us to
As you plan your Thanksgiving menu
or need something delicious to share Whatever your wuinshdeerss,tatrnudstthuesirtiomportance.
with friends and family, please consider understand their importance.

purchasing them at the Tennis/Pickleball
Bake Sale.•

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©2012 MKJ Marketing • November 2020 • 25


Welcome to Welcome to the Table
Lutheran Church By The Lake
Highway 378 & Twelve Oaks Drive
NOVEMBER MEANS THANKSGIVING is coming. Thanksgiving usually
Sunday Morning - 8:15 & 10:15am means family is coming. My family tradition is that my brother and sisters and all their
children come to Savannah Lakes for Thanksgiving. Some years we have close to fifty
Pastor Jim Kinsler people. But, in this year of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the plans are very different. My
864-391-3000 extended family is staying closer to home, so our gathering will be smaller, quieter,
[email protected] more intimate. I am disappointed, but my wife is looking on the bright side.

“Building relationships with God and neighbors” Whether it is a larger gathering or small group, there is something holy about
gathering around a table for a celebratory meal. The place, the people, the smells, and
Good Shepherd Catholic Church the tastes are all woven together in time to form a tapestry of memories. The shared
experience gives us a glimpse of God's intention of what it means to be fully human
Invites you to attend services and at the same time what it means to be made in the image of God. The Bible has
Wed & Fri - 9 am some poignant examples of these banquets of blessing.
Sat - 4 pm
Sun - 11 am & 4 pm The 12th chapter of Exodus describes the Feast of the Passover for the people of
Father J.P. Narichetti Israel, "This day shall be a day of remembrance for you. You shall celebrate it as a
Confessions: festival to the Lord, throughout your generations you shall observe it as a perpetual
feast." To this day the Jewish people will gather as a family around a table to celebrate
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Sat 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm has been a means by which the mighty acts of God are remembered and recounted
1401 Greenwood Hwy, for the next generation
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McCormick First Baptist Church at the table, they recounted God's mighty act of deliverance for the people of Israel.
108 S. Oak Street, POB 416, McCormick, SC 29835 The bitter herbs, the unleavened bread, and the roasted lamb all were reminders of
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Michael Allen, Pastor
Michelle Allen, Children & Youth Director But, that is not the only time Jesus gathered around a table with his friends and
followers. The gospel accounts tell of surprising instances where Jesus shared a table
Sunday 9:45 AM with unsavory characters as well as select individuals. Jesus was known to eat with
Sunday School 11:00 AM "tax collectors and sinners"(Matt 9, Mark 2, Luke 5 & 19,) then turn around dine with
Morning Worship the favored Pharisees (Luke 7.)
Evening Service 6:00 PM
Youth Program 6:00 PM Even after his resurrection, Jesus shared in holy encounters with his disciples while
they gathered around a table. On the road to Emmaus the disciples eyes were opened
Wednesday 5:30 PM Nursery provided for and their hearts were warmed (Luke 24) as they sat at the table and broke bread with
Children’s Program 6:00 PM Sunday Morning Worship the risen Savior. Then after a long night of fishing on the Sea of Galilee, and catching
Prayer Meeting nothing, the disciples experienced the hospitality of the risen Christ as he served
them a breakfast of fish and bread (John 21.)
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PETS OF THE MONTH Please leave a message at 864-391-2349 or email us at [email protected]
if you are interested in learning more about our available dogs and cats.

Reno Greta

ON RENO My name is Greta, and I’m

My name is Reno and I am a young mom who loves her
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I am friendly and love to be with people. I am a clever boy who In my book, a human who enjoys a good snuggle fest is a beautiful
knows how to sit for a treat. thing.
I am an “autumn tabby” known for my beautiful green eyes. I
I have not been around many other dogs, but I do know that I guess you could say I am “quite the looker.” I am not just all razzle
prefer the ladies. However, I would love to be your one and only dazzle though; my loving personality matches my stunning good
doggie. looks.
I would make a wonderful family or companion cat. I have had
I have a microchip, all my shots and am even neutered. all my shots, am spayed, and of course have mad litter box skills.
All that's left on my to do list is to find my forever home. I’d I am currently interviewing applicants who can provide me with a
love it if you’d take a “chance” on me! loving indoor home; nothing fancy, but with a few toys, good food
and a sunny windowsill to perch on. I can’t wait to meet you!•

ANYONE LOOKING Books on Main hours are Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday 10-4
FOR A pm. Do stop in and see our offerings for yourself. And by the way,
if you’d like to be a Friend of the Library and work a few hours a
GOOD BOOK...? month at the store, we’d love to have you. Just get in touch with
one of our volunteer coordinators Barbara Rothermal at 391-5416
by MARY WESTGATE or Janice Bright at 391-8343.
for Friends of the Library
In this time of quarantine, many of us are catching up on our
RIENDS OF THE Library have just reading, so if you are in need of something good, we suggest that
the thing for you! You can find it at you visit this gem right here in our community.•
“Books on Main,” right in the center
of downtown McCormick. We’re the • November 2020 • 27
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at the main intersection of town. At
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materials in print form as well as audio and visual
materials. The store stocks mostly donated items
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volunteers from Friends of the Library, and all profits from the
store go to enhance the McCormick Library (another gem!) and
local literacy programs.
We have a great selection of books: Fiction (sub-sections of
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[email protected] • PERSONAL INJURY

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Sweeping Stove Sales
• Chimney • Gas Log
Caps & 864-378-6065 Sales Call us for all your home repairs.
Restoration 762-218-5216
Licensed and Insured
[email protected]
Owner Rick Good 111 Ashland Drive • McCormick, SC 29835

• Commercial • Residential • Industrial

Specializing in:
• Dump Truck/ • Commercial
Material Hauling Roll-off Finally... Aaskfumlel hsoewrvtiocseavaegmeonncey wtoithmMeeedticyaoreuPrlasnenGi.or needs!
For all your • Site Grading/ Dumpsters
construction Excavating • Gravel Hauling Just relocated to Savannah Lakes or aging into Medicare? We can help!

● Medicare A•dMvaendtiacgaerePlAandsvanta●geHPelaanltsh Savings Accounts
needs! • Top Soil • Dirt Hauling

Call: (706) 359-4447 or (706) 318-5139 ● Medicare Supplemental ● Annuities
or Email: [email protected]

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GOLF IT IS • Specializing in golf club repairs, [email protected]
re-grip, re-shaft, loft & lie
adjustment. Custom clubs - custom [email protected]
fitting. All done on premises.

• Complete inventory of grips & shafts
in stock

Dave Kenzie 864-378-0894 - Cell
26 years experience 864-377-8046 - Home
104 Windsor Oaks Ct, Greenwood, SC 29649
(off Calhoun Rd, near movie theater) APPOINTMENT ONLY PALMETTO MAINTENANCE
The Grass Is Greener On Our Side
LARRY ROBINETTE, JR. (864) 378-2722
Cell: 706-533-4426
(864) 391-5097

For all your
Lawn/Landscape Maintenance

Pressure Washing
& Pest Control Needs


Serving Savannah Lakes Village
for More Than 20 Years!


Call (864) 391-3030 Available Short Term or Monthly

or Furnished
e-mail Totally equipped
Also 1 Br Apartment Available

Short Term
Call: (561) 389-5347

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Village Spirits HOURS
Mon - Sat
864.443.3100 9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Veteran Owned & Operated

• Come check out our great SPIRITS and WINE selection.
• We also do SPECIAL ORDERS on request.
• CARRY OUT is also available.

Pack Rat’s
(Consignment / Flea Market)

MEAT & 3 VEGGIES WED. & SAT. 8$ .99


Business Hours: “We pride ourselves in the quality
Wed. thru Sat. 1:00 till 10:00 of our food and as always
we have quick service.”
PH: 864.443.3360
4563 HWY 378 West, McCormick, SC


LAND FOR SALE 7 Huguenot Pkwy McCormick,
South Carolina
611 N. Washington Street Call 864-993-4681 Savannah State Rd S-33-124
Lakes Village 378
30 • November 2020 •
(Definitely Delicious
378 and Ping’s Spa)

Lincolnton, 378

{ }Healthcare. Connected.

Don’t delay the care you need!

Savannah Lakes Medical Center has taken every possible safety measure to protect our patients

from coronavirus infection during office visits: our facility is cleaned thoroughly and the staff

is well-trained in the best practices of infection prevention. Video, phone or in-person visits

are available as well. Don’t delay, visit or call us today to schedule

a visit that meets your needs. Please wear a mask
to your office visit.

Primary Care Specialty Care

Michael Erin Angie Richard M. Paul E. Kim, M.D.
Jackson, M.D. Talbert, FNP-C Hickey, FNP-C Christian, M.D.
Family Healthcare Savannah Lakes Orthopaedic Associates Cardiology Associates
(864) 391-5011 of the Lakelands
(864) 229-2663 (864) 227-6818

Physical Therapy • (864) 725-7478

Samantha Storey, PTA Jeremy Hutton, PT Jeffrey Garrett, PT 207 Holiday Road, McCormick, SC 29835

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