The Baked Potato Supper will begin at 5 PM on Saturday February 16th. Sign up sheets have been picked up for shopping, but if you missed the deadline and would still like to come, please call Samme at 337.344.3668. Supper cost is $5.00, all table service is provided. Coffee, iced tea and water will be available or you’re welcome to bring the beverage of your choice. The Brown Bag Auction will follow the supper. Get your brown bag in the Clubhouse now, put in a nice item that costs around $10, seal the bag, put a clue to its content on the outside and put it on the credenza under the Cup Corral. Our special guest auctioneers will certainly keep you amused!
Richard and Samme Buck, Lot 101
Jim and Patti Coble, Lot 110
Can YOU drive a golf cart blindfolded? (with a helper giving directions!)
Come test your skills at the annual LSC GOLF CART & MOTORIZED SCOOTER RACES!
WHEN? Saturday, February 23 at 1:00 PM
WHERE? East side of the Clubhouse
HOW DO I SIGN UP? Sign up sheets in the Clubhouse
PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED!
You do NOT need a golf cart to participate: loaners will be available.
Bob & Valerie Payne, Lot 89
Our annual flea market will be on March 2, 2019. Members of the Co-Op can sell their stuff, tables are for rent, and large items will be sold on the Clubhouse east porch. Flyers advertising our Flea Market have been posted around in the local area to bring in buyers.
Member table sales are every Social Hour until then. First table is $10 and each additional table is $5. Sharon Ashford is our volunteer sales lady.
THIS IS A CHANCE TO CLEAN OUT YOUR SHED!
Large items you want to sell on the porch can be brought to the porch from 9-1
on Friday March 1st. All items MUST have name, lot #, amount you want (realizing 10% goes to BB), and lowest you will accept. Around 10 AM we will pull the flatbed trailer around the park to pick up LARGE items. They also MUST have name, lot #, amount you want (realizing 10% goes to BB), and lowest you will accept. If this info is not on them we won’t pick them up.
Do NOT leave items on the porch at other times!! We are not going to go around the park looking for information. After the Flea Market you are responsible for removing any unsold items.
For more information – contact the coordinator, Larry Smith lot #45.
VOLUNTEERS needed for 3/1 for set-up and 3/2 for sale day. Sign up sheets are in the Clubhouse.
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Lots of folks braved the cold this morning to enjoy the omelet in a bag breakfast. Thanks for all the support and all the helpers who made this possible.
Well folks, it looks like we’ve pinned down our Brown Bag Auctioneer. Just got word that they will be in San Antonio on Friday, February 15th for an appointment on Satuday, the 16th. Its been quite a long time since they’ve been here and we’re really looking forward to seeing them again. So come on out Saturday evening, February 16th for the Annual Potato Bake at 5:00 pm, followed by the Brown Bag Auction. It’s guaranteed to be a fun evening.
Oh, by the way…there are plenty of empty brown bags available in the Clubhouse, so take one, put something in it that YOU would like to get if you bid on it and won. It should have a value of at least $10. Then seal it up so folks can’t peek, put a little hint on the outside of the bag as to what might be in there and bring it to the Clubhouse the night of the Auction. Remember….this is strictly a FUND RAISING event, so lets make it a successful one.
Patti Coble, Lot 110
The D’Hanis Elementary School is looking for volunteers to read to the elementary grades, pre-K – 5th on March 7. Contact Shay Haywood for details or to volunteer, so a list can be provided to the school to assign reading times.
Shay Haywood Lot #39
I would like to submit a Thank You note to all the LSC members who helped with the setup and teardown for the Fiddlers Association; also, a big thank you to those who helped in the kitchen. We hope everyone who attended the performances enjoyed the music as much as those who performed for you. The Clubhouse is a great place for music. Hope to see you all again in November, December and January.
Submitted by Ron and Kay Erkert Lot 6
A great time for 16 ladies (members & guests) at a Sip & Paint Class. Even though we all painted the “same” picture of bluebonnets, they were all unique.
Hoping to schedule another class in the near future.
Bette Rodgers, an Original member of the Lone Star Corral family, died on January 15, 2019. Bette and her husband, James, bought their LSC lot on June 10, 1987.R. I. P., Bette.