Category: May 2020

A Big Thank You for Your Support

Silver level sponsors Joan and Steve Fafoglia

Suzanne Rambach The PebbleCreek Irish American Club would like to thank all of our generous sponsors that continually support our efforts for our annual charity golf tournament. The New Life Center and the Meals of Joy charities will be receiving $7,500 each, $2,000 will be donated to the Irish Cultural Center, and six scholarships to…

LifeLong Learning at PebbleCreek

Notes from the President Cathy Lindstrom Well, here we all are, sitting in our homes, reading the news and wondering what in heaven’s name comes next. If you are like me, you are fighting off some level of boredom when you don’t have meetings to go to, games of pickleball or golf to play, classes…

Patrol Report

  Patrol Dispatched Alarms All Other        3 Animals Misc.        4 Animal Rules Leash        4 Animals Lost & Found        8 Auto Accidents        1 Barking Dog        4 Bee Complaints        0 Cones Placed        1 Debris on Road        4 Damage to Property        3 Dead Animal Pickup        10 Disabled Vehicle        1 Disturbance        8 Dust Dirt Complaint        1 Escort Guest/Homeowner        2 Flat Tire Assistance        0 Gate Malfunctions        16 Golf Cart Tow        16 Golf Course Rules        13 Holiday Decoration Violations        0 Home…

Pet of the Month: Stormy

Jim Ellison Hi, I am a kitty and my name is Stormy, because I was born on a very rainy day. Today is my very first birthday! I have such giving and wonderful parents. My parents, Pauline and Louis Beaulieu, are crazy about me. They give me treats, especially when I am good. I will always…

News from Shalom Club

Ronnie Levine PebbleCreek’s Shalom Club has emerged as an opportunity for Jewish and non-Jewish residents to gather for celebrations of Jewish life, learning, and relaxation. Our membership includes singles, Jewish couples, non-Jewish couples, and interfaith couples, so whatever you are, you are welcome to join us. Join the club and enjoy celebrating holidays with your…

PCL9GA Senior Legacy Tournament Highlights

PCL9GA 2020 Senior Legacy participants

Pam Grimwood Ladies age 75 and above were eligible to participate in our annual Senior Legacy Tournament which was held on two consecutive league days, Feb. 25 and March 3. Golfers were divided into three flights and played on Tuscany Falls East. Because the golf league has been cancelled due to the coronavirus, we were…

PC Republican Club Plans Meetings and Events

PC Republican Club women's luncheon

Doug Krause In anticipation that the facilities in our community will re-open in the late spring or early summer, the PebbleCreek Republican Club has revised its schedule for 2020. May/June Membership meetings, Men’s Breakfast Club, Women’s Luncheons: Notices will be sent out to our members with dates when meetings and gatherings are allowed in PebbleCreek.…

PCLGA’s Board Members Deliver Awards to Winners

Sharon Hadley received the Most Birdies Award.

Chris Duprey The PebbleCreek Ladies Golf Association’s annual meeting was scheduled to take place at the awards dinner for the Tournament of Champions on March 25. However, due to the pandemic situation, it was cancelled. Part of the annual meeting is the presentation of annual awards such as The Most Birdies Award and The Most…

PebbleCreek Tennis Club Mardi Gras

(Left to right): Steve Farley, Dennis Whitley (PC Tennis Club president), Ackie Jackson, Betsy Porter, Joan Patchin (PC Tennis Club social director), Barbara Farley, and Fred Carlson

Dennis Whitley On a beautiful sunny day, the PebbleCreek Tennis Club’s Social Director, Joan Patchin, created a wonderful Mardi Gras party for members to enjoy. Tournament Director Diane Bostock arranged social tennis play on the Eagle’s Nest and Tuscany tennis courts making a good time for all. A delicious Louisiana style menu was served along with…

Word of the Month: Obsequious & Sycophant

David Zapatka Friends and readers Randi and Jim Nulty write, “We enjoyed your April WOTM column. Randi once scored a triple word in Scrabble using the word ‘pismire.’ I think it was 70+ points. We have never forgotten the word or its definition.” I suspect many of our readers are Scrabble players. I’ve always enjoyed…