Golf News from the Pro 8.16 by Brunswick Plantation Living

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Hello to All:


We are heading into the last weeks of summer and Mother Nature has played a huge role in our golf course conditions.  After withstanding a period without rain this summer, leaving us very dry and short of much needed water for irrigation, Rob and his staff are working diligently to keep our course in excellent shape.

Hopefully, (keeping our fingers crossed) we will get the much needed rainfall required to soften our course and remove many of the dry areas.  Thank you to Rob and staff for their hard work!

 Upcoming Events:

2016 Men’s and Ladies Club Championship

September 26-29

The Ladies will play the 26th and 28th

Men will play the 27th and 29th

$25 Registration Fee to enter.  Forms will be Available after August 15, 2016

The Champions dinner will be held Thursday September 29th at 6 pm.

Spouses of participants not playing in the event may attend the dinner for a $20 fee (Sign at the Pro Shop)

 Wishing all of you great experiences on the course!

Happy Golfing,


Head Golf Professional

Pro-Shop Manager

Director of Memberships

Golf News Shawn Hicken Signature


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Coastal Living News and Events 8.16

      North Carolina Lighthouse Series


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  • Also know as Prince Creek Light
  • Abandoned lighthouse is located north of Southport, on the west bank of the Cape Fear River.
  • Built in 1849
  • Deactivated during the 1860’s
  • It was one of several range lights that once lit the 25 mile long passage thru the river.
  • 25 foot, conical brick tower
  • Not open to the public.
  • Can be seen on the left side of the Fort Fisher Ferry when you head out.
  • Guided Confederate blockade runners past Union ships stationed offshore.
  • Confederated army turned the lighthouse keepers house into a signal station, which provided communication between Fort Fisher and Fort Caswell
  • The Union gained complete control and dismantled and destroyed as many lights that they could to keep the Confederates from having control.
  • Beacon lights were located at Orton Point, Campbell Island, Upper Jettec, Horseshoe Shoal
  • John Bell worked as the first lighthouse keeper.
  • The tower sister served as the keeper’s quarters.
  • Next time you take the ferry, look for the Lighthouse.



Patio’s Tiki Bar and Grill

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  • Waterfront Grill overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway
  • Tiki Bar to enjoy your favorite beverage
  • Live Entertainment, get their schedule update on the web.
  •  They serve a vary of food including  specialty sandwiches,salads,panins,wraps,seafood,appetizers and desserts to enjoy.
  • Grab a table under the live oaks and enjoy the view.
  • Overlooking all the fun on the water .
  • TV’s to enjoy watching sports.
  • There is an air conditioner room if you would rather be inside.
  • 4495 Mineola Ave  Little River,SC   29566    843-427-7228 11:00 am-9:00 pm

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Grab some friends and head over for a great view and fun.Try the Fried Zucchini and Coconut Shrimp.Bring your camera !





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The Brunswick County Master Gardener Volunteer Association will offer a six-week series of horticulture classes for Brunswick and Horry County residents. The class provides basic knowledge needed to maintain a lawn or garden in the coastal plain of the Carolinas.

The class is shorter and less expensive than the Master Gardener class and contains less science and more “How to” content. Entitled, “A Day in the Yard,” the course is offered for residents wanting to increase their knowledge of lawn and garden maintenance in this horticulture zone yet not wanting to make the time commitment required of a Master Gardener.

The class includes six 2-1/2 hour segments. Each individual class is led by a Master Gardener utilizing PowerPoint presentations. The six topics include:
1. Soil and Fertilization
2. Lawn and Irrigation
3. Woody Ornamentals and Pruning
4. Annuals, Bulbs and Perennials
5. Insects and Plant Diseases
6. Vegetable Gardening

Here are the five locations, dates and times:
1. Bolivia (mornings) – Mondays, 9:00 to 11:30 AM, September 12 through October 17, 2016
NC Extension Center, Government Complex, 25 Referendum Drive, Building N, Bolivia, NC. 28422
2. Bolivia (evenings) – Wednesdays, 4:30 to 7:00 PM, October 5 through November 9, 2016
NC Extension center, Government Complex, 25 Referendum Drive, Building N. Bolivia, NC 28422
3. Calabash (mornings) – Wednesdays, 9:30 AM to 12N, September 14 through October 19,   2016.  Hickman Crossroads Library, 1040 Calabash Road, NW, Calabash, NS 28467
4. Leland (mornings) – Thursdays, 930-11 AM, October 13 through November 17, 2016
Leland Public Library, 487 Village Road NE, Leland, NC 28451

5. St James (afternoons) – Tuesdays, 2:00 to 4:30 PM, September 6 through October 11, 2016
St James Community Center, 4136 Southport-Supply Road, St James, NC 28461
The cost of the six-week class is $75.00. The proceeds from the class go to the Brunswick County Master Gardener Volunteer Association
For additional information about the course, contact Tom Woods at the NC Extension Service at 910 253 2610 or by e-mail at
To register for the Day in the Yard course, either call 910 253 2610 and indicate your preferred location and method of payment. Or, you may register in person at the NC Extension office Mondays through Fridays from 9 AM to 4 PM. Checks made out to BCMGVA and cash are accepted. No credit cards please.



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Glistening sand, rhythmically crashing waves and palm trees rustling in the breeze evoke visions of a relaxing beach experience; and while the tides might be on a schedule, ocean currents are unpredictable and can be very dangerous.  A rip current, commonly called a riptide or undertow, is the leading surf hazard for all beach goers and is particularly dangerous for weak or young swimmers.  Over 100 drowning every year in the U.S. are caused by rip currents.  Protect yourself and your family by learning how to identify and how to escape a rip current.  You might just save your life.
Identifying a Rip Current
•    Rip currents appear in the form of narrow channels of foaming. choppy, otherwise abnormal gathering of water.
•    The water will be notably darker r murkier.
•    Ocean debris may be moving steadily seaward.
•    It will appear as the shore is coming to a peak.
•    If you are swimming, you will feel the current start to pull you out to deeper water.
Escaping a Rip Current
•    Do not panic; remain calm and remember that a rip tide cannot pull you down – only out.
•    Do not try and swim against the rip tide.  This will only exhaust you, and may lead to drowning.
•    Swim out of the rip by swimming perpendicular to the riptide, or parallel to the shore.  The length of a riptide is greater than the width.
•    If you do not have the strength or sill to swim perpendicularly, simply float on your back and wait until the rip current dissipates – then swim back to shore, or signal for help.
•    Do not try to support someone who is with you, this will only exhaust you and could lead to drowning.  If someone with you is panicking, calm them down, but don’t let them use you to hold them up.
Assisting Someone In a Riptide
•    If you see someone caught in a riptide, alert a lifeguard or trained swimmer to rescue them.
•    If there is no one else around, call 911 and throw the victim something to that floats and yell instructions how to escape.
•    If you identify a rip current, alert the people around you and the nearest lifeguard.  This could help save someone’s life.
National Weather service:
United States Lifesaving Association:






We’re so grateful for the kindnesses!

Over the past days and weeks, our deputies have experienced many kindnesses from our wonderful community.

They have told me about strangers greeting them with handshakes, hugs and words of gratitude and encouragement while serving our community.  They’ve told about being in restaurants and having person after person come by their tables to thank them for their service.

They’ve told me about walking into business establishments where they were greeted with applause.  They have told me about anonymous patrons paying for their meals day after day and night after night.  When they ask the server who had been so kind and who they should thank, they are told that these kind and generous folks did not want any gratitude, but only to thank our deputies instead.

Friends, I can’t put into words how much these acts of kindness mean to our officers and to me.  The simple handshakes, the words of thanks to our deputies who are out serving the community, the food and desserts being brought by our office, the prayers, the messages and cards, the anonymous individuals who have paid for those meals, it’s just so humbling – but not at all surprising.  We are blessed to serve a loving, generous, and supportive community.

Our deputies asked that I pass along their thanks for all of the love and support you’ve shown them.  This love and support encourages and motivates us all every day.  On behalf of our deputies, 911 telecommunicators, detention facility officers, animal services officers, our volunteers and our entire law enforcement family, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

“At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.” ~ Albert Schweitzer


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Brunswick Plantation News and Events 8.16


Still have time to enjoy  some  Summer Fun before the Fall Fun begins!


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  • 8-16  Midnight Allie      Calabash Summer  Concerts 6:30 pmth (23)
  • 8-17  Mark Roberts     Sunset Beach Summer  Concerts 7:00 pm
  • 8-18  Sunset Beach Waterfront Market 9:00 am-2:00 pm
  • 8-19  Steve Owens and Summertime    Ocean Isle Beach Concerts 6:30 pm
  • 8-20  Shallotte Farmers Market 8:00 am-12:00 pm Mulberry Park
  • 8-20  Summer Breeze Music Festival La Belle Amie Vineyard ($8.00)
  • 8-23  Eastbound Band      Calabash Summer Concerts 6:30 pm
  • 8-24  Band of Oz      Sunset Beach Concerts 7:00 pm
  • 8-26  The Attractions     Ocean Isle beach Concerts 6:30 pm
  • 8-31  The Legacy      Sunset Beach Concerts 7:00 pm


There are 18 homes already signed up to participate in our 4th Annual Community Yard Sale   This year’s sale will take place on Saturday, October 8th, between 8 am and 4pm. For additional information concerning the sale, and to sign up for participation, you will need to contact Emily Bonneau by phone (287-5508) or email @




Here Comes the Sturgeon Moon!moon3

The sturgeon, a large fish common to the Great Lakes and other bodies of water, is mostly caught during this month.The reddish appearance of the Moon through sultry hazes of August also prompted a few tribes to also call it the Red Moon.

Grab  your beach chairs, cooler, and snacks and join us in Welcoming the Sturgeon Moon arrival on August 18,2016. Meet us at Sunset Beach Pier to the left.Hope to see you there!




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Where: New Generation Canvas &  Cocktails, Rt. 17 North
Time: 3 PM – 5 PM
Date: 9/7/2016
Price: $36
Please sign up at the Facilitator’s office by September 2nd.
There will be pictures of paintings at the Facilitator’s office to vote on.  We are all doing the same painting.
Make Checks payable to Sally Lombardo.  If you have any questions please call Barbara Moros or Sally Lombardo.  We are limited to 30 people so sign up fast.



th0E16TNXIThe 26th Annual Golf Tournament supporting Brunswick County Literacy Council (BCLC) in their fight against illiteracy will be held at Carolina National Golf Club at Winding River on September 24, 2016. Please support BCLC by playing in this Captain’s Choice tournament and at the same time helping BCLC eradicate illiteracy in Brunswick County. Cost is $85.00 per player which includes green fee, cart, coffee, lunch and a one- year subscription to Golf Digest magazine. Registration begins at 8:00 am and the shotgun start is at 9:00 am. There is a chance to win $10.000 for a hole-in-one as well as a chance to win $1,000,000 for three lucky golfers. Please go to for registration information or call 910-754-7323.

Saturday, September 10th, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Brunswick Center at Shallotte, 3620 Express Drive, Shallotte, NC  28470 (910) 754-2300.  Offering Black Jack…Craps…Roulette…Poker…Horse Races
Your $50 ticket gets you $10,000 in fun money/chips and your Gaming Skills Parlay Your Chips into Great Prizes.  Heavy hor d’oeurves from award winning caterer Ryan Gibbs with Beer, Wine, and Soda will be available for Purchase.  Proceeds to benefit:  Brunswick Senior Resources, Inc. – For Their Meals on Wheels & Other Senior Programs; Lower Cape Fear Hospice – For Their Home Care Program in Brunswick County and Brunswick Community College Foundation – Scholarships for Nursing Students.  Purchase tickets on-line at



It’s that time of year again to think about joining a “fun” fall league. The Friday Foursomes Bowling League will be starting on Friday, September 2nd and end on Friday, November 18th. That’s a total of only 12 weeks, so it doesn’t interfere with the holiday season. Currently we have approximately 20 teams signed up, but we can always add more teams. You can sign up as an individual and I will get you placed on a team or you can sign up with three of your friends as a total team. This is a “Fun League” in which many bowlers are beginners, but the league is a good social experience where you get to meet your BP neighbors. If you are interested in joining the league, please contact Bud Naylor via eMail ( or phone at 287-5622. I have created a web site for the league, so please visit and take a look at the roster of teams, rules and announcements. View the “Roster of Teams” page and see which of your Brunswick Plantation neighbors are already bowling in the league. The web site is:

Ladies, come join our league at Little River Bowling Lanes!  August 24th is our organizational meeting at 9:15am at the lanes with free bowling afterwards.  August 31st is when we start the season.  It lasts until April 5th, 2017.  No bowling for holidays, November 23rd and December 28th.  There is a luncheon and awards on April 12, 2017.  Contact Carol Horwitz @ 287-4099 with any questions




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Our Sunday Night Supper Club is resuming this fall with its first gathering on Sunday, October 2nd beginning at 6 p.m.  We invite anyone who is not already a part of this food loving group to attend so that they can find out personally what we are all about.   We try to schedule Sunday Suppers at different intervals beginning in the Fall through the following May, leaving the winter holiday months open for other events and the summer open for visits from family/friends.  Suppers are served buffet style with each person/couple being assigned a part of the evening meal, (i.e. protein, starch, veggie or dessert). Admission is the covered dish you were assigned and a $1 charge at the door to cover the cost of a wonderful tossed salad and any rolls that may be served on that night.  Coffee/tea is served with dessert but all guests bring their own soda, beer, wine or alcoholic drinks as none of these are provided.  The fun part of these evenings begin after dessert with a DVD presentation, most usually featuring a stand up comedian, or a DVD of either outtakes or full sketches from some of the great comedy shows we all watched back in the day.   If you think you would enjoy meeting new friends and a great home cooked supper with some of you neighbors, as well as a few laughs, why not join us on October 2nd?  Don’t forget, sign up is with Emily (not the office) and you can reach her at 287-5508 or through her email @





Our annual BP Arts & Crafts Show will be held on Saturday, October 22, 2016.The hours will be 9 am – 2 pm and we ask that all participants stay the entire time.The fee per table will be $15. Guidelines and a registration form are available from the Facilitators in the Brunswick House office Monday through Saturday from 9 am – 1 pm. The fee can be paid at the office.  Due to space, we will not allow non-residents. Your space will be reserved when we receive your payment. Please make checks payable to Sue Hart. Space is limited so sign up early.We will have a meeting of the registered participants in September. For new people, if you need more information before you make a decision, contact either Sue Hart at 287-5355 or Sue Shupe at 287-6162.The deadline for registration and payment of fee is September 22nd We hope to hear from all of our talented Brunswick Plantation neighbors

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Brunswick Plantation News and Events 7.16


th (15)         Grab your Beach Chair and enjoy some Free Summer Concerts!

 Shallotte Summer Concerts

  • July 21st 6:30 pm   The  Catalinas
  • July 28th 6:30 pm   Darrel  Harwood

Ocean Isle Beach Summer Concerts

  • July 22 6:30 pm   Too Much Sylvia
  • July 29th 6:30 pm    Continenal Divide

Sunset Beach Summer Concerts

  • July 20th 7:00 pm    Smokin Hot with Gary Lauder
  • July 27th 7:00 pm    Big Time Party Band

Calabash Summer Concerts

  • July 19th 6:30 pm    Jim Quick & Coastline
  • July 26th 6:30 pm    The Entertainers

North Myrtle Beach Summer Concerts

  • July 21st 7:00 pm     (Horseshoe)     Carolina Breakers
  • July 28th  7:00 pm  (Main Street)   Caribbean Chillers



                    Golf Exercise

thCAHX3QNPTerri Williams Daly teaches a golf exercise class at the Brunswick House every
Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.   The class is one hour and the cost is $6.00 per class.
You will need a floor mat; weights (1, 2, 3 lbs. or larger – your preference);
A golf club (7 iron) and a small beach ball.  Terri’s classes help strengthen
Your core muscles which has helped my golf game.  The class is co-ed.  If
interested, call me (910-287-7550) or email me at




th (11)When you are walking your pet it must be on a leash at all times. This is an NC ordinance and a rule of the BPPOA. All dogs and cats are required to be properly vaccinated, this is a state ordinance.  Also, please scoop the poop, which is also an NC ordinance and rule of the BPPOA.



th (14)           Grab your walking shoes!

Our walking program continues with 4 mile walks on Monday, 4 miles using bands on Wednesday’s and 4 miles of walking with weights on Fridays and 5 mile walks will continue on Saturdays.  On Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week you are now invited to join the group as they follow along with a ZUMBA program that will begin at 8 a.m. and last just over an hour.
Please call Emily Bonneau if you would like additional info or would like to be added to the class distribution list so you are kept informed as to program changes or class cancellations.  PLEASE NOTE: This is a FREE program for all residents and their guests and all participants following this program do so at their own risk.


th (17)                     Yoga Time!

Thursday Gentle Yoga at 10:00 am
This is a gentle class suitable for Every Body without pressure on wrists or knees.  This class includes linking breath to movement and stretching to improve mobility and flexibility. All poses are done seated, supine, or standing to improve muscle tone, balance, strength, and stability.
Cost is $5 per class.    Please call Michele Dorland at 910-880-2509 with any questions.



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                                                        Helping Hands

Helping Hands is an extension of Neighbor’s in Service (NIS) here at Brunswick Plantation.  This group makes every effort to assist people in our community with special needs whether help is needed for a visit or meals or shopping for groceries.  We have assigned individuals within each area to help its residents.  Please call the Brunswick House facilitators and they will put you in touch with your Helping Hands Volunteer.  In case of emergency, please call Barbara Dennington (910)287-7146.  If no answer, call Eleanor Tucker (843)424-9842.  The list of volunteers is outside the Facilitator’s office in the folder marked “Helping Hands”.  We are here to help each other!



imagesAre you prepared for an emergency?  Sign up for CPR, First Aid, and AED Certification.  A four hour session will be offered at the Brunswick House on August 29th from 9:00 am to 1:00 PM.  The cost is $50.  Once you register, on-line work will be emailed to you to complete prior to the training.  Register by emailing Elaine Simpson or call 973 885-9883.  Registration is limited to 12 participants.



NIS Christmas in July Book Collection!

Every year your book donations have brought smiles and good stories
to the children and young adults of Brunswick County. This year, in addition to children’s books, we will be focusing on donations of large print books and puzzle books for the adult readers of our county.  As always, these books will be gifts, and greatly appreciated by their recipients.  Please drop your new or gently used selections in the donation box in the lobby of Brunswick House during the month of July.
Your donations will perhaps encourage a new reader on the road to their reading adventures!
Thank you for your generosity!
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When: 7:00 p.m., Wednesday, July 27
Where: Brunswick House
What: Special Summer Bingo Session to benefit the annual Bible Study Group Christmas Program for Plantation Workers’ Children.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; first game starts at 7 p.m. $10.00  entrance covers all cards for the evening. More details to come later


 Buck Moon is Coming!

For many years our residents and friends have been meeting on Sunset Beach (to the left of the pier) to celebrate the arrival of a full moon.   Weather permitting, why not fill your coolers with your favorite beverages and snacks and join in the fun.
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July 19                Buck Moon      



                                                 Join us for lunch!

Neighbors In Service will host a lunch on Monday, July 18th at 11:30 A.M. at the Brunswick House that includes a speaker from Habitat for Humanity.  The menu will be your choice of chef salad with meats, cheeses, egg, etc. or croissant stuffed with chicken or seafood salad, iced tea or water, and dessert.  The cost is $11 per person payable to the facilitators.  Please sign up by July 13th (53)

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Coastal Living News and Events 7.16

 Shallotte River Swamp Park

5550 Watts Road    Ocean Isle Beach           910-687-6100

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  • Longest and tallest course on the coast.
  • 2-21/2 Hours of fun zipping around.
  • 10 Zipline stations.
  • 3 Bridges.
  • More that 1.25 miles of cable lines.
  • $79.00 per person


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  • 53 Different challenge elements.
  • 3 Levels of difficulty.
  • Something for everyone.
  • Adventure Park ticket lasts for 2 hours.
  • $48.00 (18 and up) $42.00 (12-17) $32.00 (7-11) $22.00(4-6)



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  • The tour takes place on the Shallotte River Swamp.
  • Close up look at the natural environment.
  • Who knows George Washington possibly used the Shallotte River  Swamp  in 1791.
  • The tour is 50 minutes.
  • $29.00 per person

                                                                                                    Who’s ready to try?



13393932_610018229164004_5921580384723663450_nWhat’s for Dinner?

Ready to check out the Grillin Crab?

  • 4812 Main Street  Shallotte, NC
  • 910-754-8700
  • Monday-Thursday 11:00 am-9:00 pm
  • Friday-Saturday 11:00 am-10:00 pm
  • Beautiful sunsets over looking the Shallotte  River
  • Covered waterfront deck with views of the river and marshes
  •  The menu offers so many choices from Southern Coastal Fare,Seafood,Sandwiches ,Steaks.
  • Grab a seat around the fire pit and enjoy the view.

Order some Prince Edward Island Blue Mussels to start with,along with the   Po Boy Oyster Sandwich was so good!

Head on in to Shallotte, cross over the bridge and take a right!Enjoy your visit and let us know what you thought about the restaurant!


                                                        North Carolina Lighthouse Series

              Old Baldy

th (11) Old Baldy is the oldest standing lighthouse in North Carolina,located on the original site for 189 years.The purpose of the lighthouse was to mark the entrance of the Cape Fear River for the maritime sailors.In the early days of 1817  the lighthouse was built of soft red bricks and covered with stucco.Every 2 years Old Baldy was whitewashed till it was deactivated in 1935.Thru the years the stucco has fallen and patched back to give it the quilt patch look.

Old Baldy:

  • 108 steps
  • 5 landings
  • A ladder in the lanthorn
  • 110 feet tall
  • Walls 5 inches thick at the base
  • 1 Door
  • 6 Windows
  •  Old Baldy’s 200th Birthday will be Celebrated in 2017
  • 5 Minute walk from ferry
  • Rent a bike or golf cart, or enjoy a walk.
  • Museum at the Keepers Cottage
  • Old Baldy is located on Bald Head Island and is accessible by passenger ferry from Deep Point Marina located at 1301 Ferry Rd Southport, NC
  • Ferries leave on the hour.Follow signs for passenger parking.
  • Ferry rates round trip $22.00 per Adults(13 and up), $11.00 for Youths(ages 3 and up) Children under 2 free.
  • Lighthouse  entrance is $6.00 for Adults(13 and up) $3.00 for Youths ,Children under 2 free.
  • Summer Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00 am-5:00 pm, Sunday 11:00 am- 5:00 pm. No tickets sold after 4:30 pm
  • Historic Tour Packages 910-457-5003 ext 4

Grab your camera , walking shoes and enjoy the Adventure!



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IRS Scam Continues Throughout Brunswick County
Residents of Brunswick County continue to be harassed by the IRS Phone Scam.  The scammer, impersonating an IRS agent, calls an individual and claims that the individual owes money to the IRS.   Many times these calls are aggressive or threatening.  They will threaten law enforcement or court action, license revocation, and other frightening scenarios.  Scammers go so far as to alter their caller ID numbers to make it appear as though the IRS or another agency is calling. They provide fake ID badge numbers and often times will be able to provide personal information about the individual such as their name or address in order to appear official.  All of this to persuade the individual into making a bogus payment, many times via a prepaid debit card or wire transfer, and conning them out of hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars.
Please be vigilant in protecting yourself and loved ones against this scam.  According to the IRS’s website, the IRS will never:
•    Call to demand immediate payment, nor will the agency call about taxes owed without first having mailed you a bill.
•    Demand that you pay taxes without giving you the opportunity to question or appeal the amount they say you owe.
•    Require you to use a specific payment method for your taxes, such as a prepaid debit card.
•    Ask for credit or debit card numbers over the phone.
•    Threaten to bring in local police or other law-enforcement groups to have you arrested for not paying.

The IRS also advises not give out any information and to hang up immediately if you receive one of these calls.  They advise those who do receive a call to contact Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) to report the call so that they can have a record of it in their data base.  Calls can be reported via their website at or call 800-366-4484.  The IRS also advises to report the call to the Federal Trade Commission via their website at  Residents may also contact the Sheriff’s Office at 910-253-2777 and speak to someone in our Financial Crimes division if they are unsure of what they need to do.  It is best to report the call immediately.
Again, please contact family, friends and neighbors in our community who may not be aware and help us keep others from becoming victimized by these thieves.

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Golf News from the Pro 7.16 by Brunswick Plantation Living

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Hello to All:

Summer time is here and with it brings extreme heat and very humid days.


Follow these Tips to Keep your Focus:

  • Research shows that dehydration negatively impacts all of the important attributes critical to the game of golf.
  • If your strength and endurance are compromised by dehydration, perhaps your drives might not go as far.
  • If your balance and flexibility are off, your chances of slicing increases.
  • If your concentration is rendered, your putts may not fall. Instead of that coveted birdie you find yourself 3 putting for bogey.

All of these scenarios can become even worse on a hot-humid day when the risk of dehydration increases.  Staying hydrated throughout the round may be the key to improving your game on those hot days.  Start hydration the day before by drinking plenty of water throughout the day .  2 hours prior to starting your round drink at least 2 cups of water.  Then at the start of each hole drink about 1/2 a cup of water, even when not feeling thirsty. For some of us, the thirst response doesn’t kick in until we are already dehydrated.

What is a 1/2 cup?  It’s about 4 gulps of water.  Also, avoid alcohol (and this is where we lose most golfers…)  But seriously, if you are a competitive golfer and intentional about your game, you know alcohol causes dehydration even if consumed the day before your round.  Coupled with 4-5 hours of play in the heat and humidity, alcohol could really blow your game.

We have ice-cold water on the course to keep you hydrated, so play hard and hydrate wisely.

Golf Course Maintenance:

Rob and his staff have completed our summer greens aerating program.  They are doing a great job and the course condition proves it.

Swing Tip: Keep Your Hands Low

Limiting the height of the follow through will effectively reduce the height of your shots.  The lower the hands, the lower the ball-flight.  Moving the ball back in your stance or choosing a stronger club and trying to swing easy are other ways to accomplish the same thing.  However, they are less reliable and more difficult to execute.  Instead, keep your hands low in the finish and the trajectory of your shots will be lower.

Happy Golfing,


Head Golf Professional

Pro-Shop Manager

Director of Memberships

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Golf News from the Pro 6.16 by Brunswick Plantation Living

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Hello to All:

June is here and with that brings warm temperatures with high humidity.  Be sure to drink plenty of water before you play golf and during your round.  By doing this you will prepare yourself against cramping, heat exhaustion and dehydration.

Our golf course aeration maintenance takes place this month also.  Rob and his staff will be aerating our greens, tees, and fairways, one course per week.  We will keep that course closed for the entire week allowing healing time and giving Rob’s crew time to catch up on area’s that need attention.  The schedule is as follows:

Azalea- May 31-June 6 (Completed)

Magnolia- June 7-June 14 (Completed)

Dogwood- June 15-21(Currently Closed)


The 2016 Member/Member Tournament was held May 23rd-May 26th .  Congratulations to all the winners!

2016 Ladies Champions– Kathy Toeppner and Nancy Smyka

2nd place Alcina Davis and Denise Kantner

3rd place Moe MacDonald and Theresa Georgens

2016 Men’s Champions– Bryan Kantner and Bill Rochford

2nd Place- Rich Edwards and Roy Maday

3rd place- Larry MacDonald and Gary Abby

Golf Rules Note:

For those of you that travel the Resort using a golf cart.  I would ask that you please use the roadways.  Driving the cart paths to and from home should be avoided.  Using the paths during the hours of operation has been causing some issues.  Consider using the roads so we do not disturb our players on the course.  Thanks very much.

Also, walking, riding bikes, driving your golf cart, jogging, rollerblading or other travel are all prohibited between the hours of 7 am to 7pm.  Please help us provide a better golf experience for Member’s, Property Owners, and Resort Guests.  Thanks again.




Happy Golfing,


Head Golf Professional

Pro-Shop Manager

Director of Memberships

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Coastal Living News and Events! 6.16


As the end of the school year approaches, I would like to remind parents and motorists to keep Brunswick County children safe throughout the summer. Excited about being out for the summer, kids may not be alert to safety issues as they normally would. Keep these points in mind for a safe summer:
Use extra caution during the last week of school, especially when driving through school zones. Be aware that kids may leave or arrive at school at different times throughout the day and are apt to be preoccupied with thoughts of summer fun.
Playground speed limits remain in effect year-round. Pay close attention when driving through school areas and parks. Small children are less predictable and harder to see than adults. During the summer, drive with headlights on, even during the day, and maintain a 20-second visual lead to allow time to stop suddenly.
Common sense must prevail. A bouncing ball in the road can be followed by a child. Hockey sticks, small helmets, tricycles or bicycles lying on the sidewalk mean nearby kids. When backing up, always make sure no kids are present; walk behind the vehicle to check if need be.
Parents should be particularly safety-conscious. Remind your children to stop, listen and look both ways before crossing a street. Hold their hand when walking through a parking lot; motorists may not see them between parked cars. If you’re not with them, it is best to tell them to avoid shortcuts altogether. Make sure they cross streets at crosswalks if there are any; this is critical if they’re headed for a beach on a crowded summer day. No jaywalking!
To reduce injuries resulting from bike crashes, make SURE your kids always wear helmets, which are proven to be very effective.
Our kids want to have a fun and memorable summer. It is our job to make sure they also have a safe one.
Sheriff John W. Ingram, V
Brunswick Sheriff’s Office

Hidden Gem 

The Vereen Memorial Park and Gardens features pathways, and wooden boardwalks that extends across several beautiful salt marshes and small islands. There is a nice gazebo that overlooks the Intracoastal Waterway and the distant waterfront of Little River.
Located on 114 acre of woodlands and salt marshes one mile south of the South Carolina line from Calabash, NC.
The land was part of Big Landing Plantation.In April 1972, 115 acres were deeded to Horry County Historial Commission by Jackson Hiram Vereen to be used as a botonical garden and nature trail.
Historic Vereen family Cemetery is also located there with revolutionary war graves marked.
Grab yourth (46) th (44) camera, walking shoes and enjoy a 3 mile loop around the park.Afterwards sit on the swings and enjoy the view.

*Dogs are welcomed at the park.

*Admission and parking free

*Trail maps are located at Welcome center before you enter park.

*Signs along the trails about the plants and wildlife

*Picnic tables,swings,benches in the park.

*Open during daylight hours.



Sunset Beach Sea Turtle Season has arrived.
The Sunset Beach Turtle Watch Program (SSBTWP), is a private nonprofit that solicits volunteers to help monitor nest sites,strandings, and hatchings. Volunteers record nesting sites,move nests that maybe in threatened,record turtle hatches,and help hatchlings reach the ocean safely.
Loggerhead Sea Turtles are the most common visitors to the North Carolina Beaches.
Stop by the Sunset Properties parking lot on Sundays ( during the Summer months)at 7:00 pm to enjoy a fun free educational time about Sea Turtles!They will be glad to answer any questions you have!

Enjoy your walk along the beach to see the Turtle Nests.13329577_10209439045163117_4312437651694268937_o


Avoid disturbing a turtle that is crawling to or from the ocean. DO NOT crowd or attempt to ride a turtle. DO NOT shine lights or take flash photos of the turtle. Stay off the turtle tracks. Sit quietly in the dark, at a distance, to watch her. It is against the law to disturb her and/or her nest in any way.
Stay clear of turtle nests. Avoid walking or riding vehicles near the nest. Stay off the turtle tracks. DO NOT disturb markers or screens that may be protecting the nests. Markers usually consist of wooden stakes outlined with bright tape or ribbon.
Sea Turtle – Loggerhead
LIGHTS OFF. Lights disturb nesting turtles and hatchlings. Please TURN OFF your outdoor lights and shield indoor lights from shining on the beach at night. We ask the cooperation of all beach front house renters, owners, businesses, and hotels to turn off beach lights during nesting and hatching season from May to late October. Allow hatchlings to make their way safely to the ocean. DO NOT touch the hatchlings. Keeping hatchlings is illegal.
DO NOT LITTER. Pick up and place ALL trash in barrels. Fill in sand castles, trenches, and holes before leaving the beach. DO NOT leave your canopy, umbrella, or chairs on the beach overnight. These all present dangers and can cause death to turtles and their hatchlings. Avoid using flashlights, fireworks, or flash photography while on the beach at night. It is against Federal and State Laws to touch or disturb nesting sea turtles, hatchlings, or nests. If you are a SMOKER, to avoid cigarette littering on our beach, please take a portable ash tray/butt tin with you. Don’t forget a butt bin can be as simple as an empty film canister or breath mint container!
Take time to cleanup our beaches…just 30 minutes!!!


North Carolina Lighthouse Series

Oak Island  Lighthouse is one of the 6 active North Carolina Lighthouses. There are 6 active, 2 inactive( Bald Head, “Old Baldy” and Roanoke River), 2 light towers (Diamond Shoals and Frying pan Shoals). All of which mark more than 301 miles of coast line.

Oak Island Lighthouse

*Completed in 1958

*Actual structure is 153 feet tall, but it stands on a slight rise which brings it to a height of 169 feet above the water.

*No spiral staircase, instead a series of ship ladders steps with a total of 131 steps to the lantern gallery.

*Summer tours Memorial Day- Labor Day.. Information on tours at

  • * The Oak Island Lighthouse is located on property that has been in use as a U.S. Coast    Guard Station since 1930
  • *There is a boardwalk and observation deck across the street.
  • *the characteristic flashing pattern for the light is four one-second flashes every 10 seconds.
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                                         Summer Heat is Here! 

• Watch the weather channel or sign up for weather alerts with your local security service to stay
informed of rising temperatures and potentially dangerous conditions.
• Drink plenty of fluids; water and sports drinks are the best source of hydration. Avoid alcohol
and sugary beverages, as they can actually lead to dehydration.
• Try to stay inside an air-conditioned building. If your home does not have air conditioning, go
to a public building (e.g., library, recreation center, or shopping mall), or contact your local
security company to find a nearby heat-relief shelter.
• When temperatures soar, wear light, ventilated clothing;
moisture-wicking shorts and short-sleeved t-shirts are ideal. Also, avoid dark clothing. Clothes
in light colors won’t attract sunlight like darker colors will.
• Avoid spending time in a closed, parked car. If you observe someone who appears to be
unconscious inside a closed vehicle, alert the nearest emergency worker or security officer
• When exercising outdoors, take 15-minute breaks every so often in an air-conditioned location,
or rest in a shaded spot while you rehydrate and cool down.
• Use a sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher, and reapply every two hours during extended
activities outdoors and after sweating or swimming. Wear a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses
for extra protection.
Identify Symptoms of Overheating
• Overheating is the cause of many illnesses and conditions. Learn to recognize the signs that
you or someone around you may be overheating, and take action immediately.
• Heat cramps – intense cramps in the legs or abdomen – and substantial sweating are common
symptoms of overheating.
• Heat exhaustion may be present when a person has cool, clammy skin and feels lightheaded,
weak, or nauseous.
• Heat stroke is the most serious of heat illnesses. Signs of heatstroke include headache, high
body temperature (106º F or higher), rapid pulse, or even unconsciousness. Seek medical
help as soon as possible – when the symptoms are severe, any delays can be fatal.
Treat Someone Who Is Overheated
• Take the victim inside to recline and relax in a cooler environment.
• Remove or loosen clothing for more ventilation, and fan the victim to create increased air flow.
• Use a cool, wet washcloth, sponge, or ice pack to dab the victim’s neck, face, and joints.
• Encourage the victim to drink small sips of water, a sports hydration drink, or juice.
• Call 9-1-1 or alert a nearby security officer if you see no improvement.
• It is important to remember that young children and the elderly are most at risk from heat
illness and should be regularly

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Brunswick Plantation News and Events 6.16

Time to enjoy some Summer Fun!

 July 4th,2016 at the Old Sunset Beach Bridge

*9:00 am-1:00 pm

*Parade over the Old Sunset Beach Bridge beginning at 9:00 am. Ready to walk or stroll over the Old Bridge?Decorate your bikes,strollers,wagons, or sneakers and join in the fun.Don’t forget to wear your Red,White, and Blue!th (37)

*The Old Bridge preservation Society have planned stations with adult supervised All American games and activities.




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*Fun starts at 6:00 pm at the  Calabash Waterfront next to Captain John’s Seafood House.The Calabash Fire Department is sponsoring the event.
*Raffle tickets are being sold for $5.00 each at the Calabash Fire Department for a chance to win a custom Street Legal Golf Cart.
*Gary Lowder and the Smokin’ Hot Band from North Myrtle Beach, SC will be providing the entertainment.
*Fireworks will begin about 9:15 pm.

Home Baked items are needed for this year’s Intracostal Model Railroad show scheduled for July 9 and 10 at the Brunswick House between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.  Monies raised by this bake sale will enable the Railroad Club to continue with their efforts of encouraging model railroading through numerous programs in our area.  Please sign up with Emily Bonneau as to what baked item you can contribute

For many years our residents and friends have been meeting on Sunset Beach (to the left of the pier) to celebrate the arrival of a full moon. Weather permitting, why not fill your coolers with your favorite beverages and snacks and join in the fun.STRAWBERRY_MOON
The following is a list of additional warmer weather dates according to the NASA website, as to when full moons will occur through October of this year.

June 20 Strawberry Moon
July 19 Buck Moon
August 18 Sturgeon Moon
September 16 Harvest Moo
October 16 Hunter’s Moon




Summer-FunJoin us  for Water Aerobics, we’re outside!  The Monday, Wednesday, & Friday water aerobics classes are now meeting in the outdoor pool from 8 AM to 9 AM.  Come join us!  (Note that if thunder/lightening are present, no class will be held, for safety reasons.)
For more information, contact Annette Mauro, 287-4872.



 Join us for a round of Water Volleyball! 

th (26)Come on in the water is fine! Join us on Thursdays at 6 P.M. for water volleyball in the outdoor
pool at the Brunswick House. You may want to bring some water shoes to protect your feet.
Refreshments are enjoyed as we talk about the games afterwards so bring your favorite beverage!
Rain or shine- we’ll play outdoors or move inside for inclement weather. Join the fun!


Helpful Phone #’s:th (27)
Emergency 911
Non-emergency Sheriff’s Office (910)253-2777
Non-emergency Calabash Fire Department. (910)579-2355
Information and referrals 24/7 for agencies in Brunswick County 211
(Sponsored by United Way)
Dial-A-Ride. (910)253-7800
Brunswick County Senior Center in Shallotte (910)754-2300
3620 Express Dr.
(Meals-on-Wheels office at Senior Center)



Come and join us for a fun day playing games. Bring your game ofth (22) choice and a bag lunch. We will provide dessert. Start time is at 11:00 am on June 20 at the Brunswick House. Sign up at the Facilitator’s Office by June 17.

Upcoming July Events:
July 1st-31st: NIS Christmas in July Book Collection at the Brunswick House(drop off Children books, Adults Books,Puzzle,Large print books)
Juth (23)ly 3rd: Charleston Place West Neighbors Summer Get Together
July 5th : Red Cross Blood Drive 1:30 pm-6:30 pm at the  Brunswick House
July 9th- 10th : Annual Model Train Show at the  Brunswick House
July 18th: NIS July Luncheon and Speaker 11:30am at the Brunswick House
July 19th : Full Moon gathering at Sunset Beach
July 26th :NIS Card party/Game Day at Ryan’s Steakhouse 11:00 am

Never throw another card away again!!!! St. Jude’s Hospital accepts new and used all occasion greeting cards to help support their programs and services for neglected, abused, homeless children, young adults and families. A program at their Kids Ranch is designed to teach them skills to participate in making the new “green” cards by removing the front and attaching a new back. This results in a new card made by the children and volunteers that is then sold. The children receive payment for their work and learn basic job skills and the importance of recycling. You can go the to get more information about this worthy cause. Simply click on About Us, Recycled Card Program. There will be a box in the Library on the shelf for you to place your new/used cards in. They will be sent to St. Jude’s. If you have any questions please contact Ann Wiltbank at 910-579-0630. Thank you for your support

Grab The Popcorn It’s Movie Night

Wednesday, June 15th, THE INTERN between 7-9 p.m. This movie stars Robert DeNiro and Ann Hathaway and is a comedy.
Wednesday, June 29th, THE MARTIAN, between 7-9:30 p.m. This movie stars Matt Damon.
Bring your own snacks/beverages and we ask that you please sign up with the office so that we can plan seating.Movies are shown at The Brunswick House.


The St. James Plantation Model Yacht Club promotes model yacht sailing with the object of encouraging pond and lake sailing, as well as local inter-Plantation competitions. All those interested in starting a Model Yacht Club here on Brunswick Plantation should contact Peter Wilding, Commodore SJPMYC at or 415-516-0076 for a “How to Start a Model Yacht Club” packet.

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The Calabash June  Summer Concerts

 Located at the Calabasth (15)h Community Park  868 Persimon Rd   Calabash

Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair or blanket.

June 21st     Band of Oz,Inc.     6:30 pm
                                                                               June 28th    The Fantastic Shakers  6:30 pm



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Brunswick Plantation News and Events

BP Col Fr MayBrunswick Plantation and Golf Resort ® is always brimming with activities offered by the friendly folks in our dynamic community! There are the 9 Hole courses of Azalea, Dogwood, and Magnolia…Providing and enjoyable experience our golfers…Avid Golfers and Beginners! You can also choose from the variety of fun activities that “Tickle Your Fancy”or just relax with friends…By the pool, in the jacquizzi , or at one of our charming coastal beaches!  Brunswick Plantation does provide a “Better Way of Life” for All! The following are few events that might peek your interest! You are always “Welcome to Join the Fun” at Brunswick Plantation!


COUPLES GOLF starts in May 18th! 

Couple scrambleNEW Policy – All residents of Brunswick Plantation are eligible to play in this event. You do not have to be a member of the BP Golf Club. The non-member Fee is $ 19 Per Person.  Please join us for another new season of Couples Golf – A 9 Hole Fun Golf Scramble…Where you play with your neighbors. 

We will start on…Wednesday, May 18th and continues every Wednesday thru October 26th. 

Couples greenOur new Shot Gun Start is 5 P.m.  The Sign-up Sheets will be posted in the Pro Shop on the ladies side bulletin board. All Players must sign- up by Noon on the Sunday before we play. All players also contribute $2.00 to the weekly prize pool.  Singles are invited to participate and to link-up with a partner for that week or even the whole season. 

For those not familiar with Couples Golf, we use a rotating player format so you play with your “partner” only several times during the season. After golf, we have a planned dinner at the 19th Hole. Volunteers select and plan the dinners from the menu options that are available. Non-golfing spouses/significant others are invited to dinner; just add their name to the sign-up sheet for dinner only. If you have any questions, contact Jim Kpcsi, 287-5452, OR Rich Edwards, 287-5960,



RandyX 2maxresdefault (1)The 2015 International Blues Challenge winner, Randy McQuay,will be returning to Brunswick Plantation for the first time since his sold-out show at the 19th Hole last month! This time, Randy will be with his Trio which includes Al DiMarco (Keyboards/Bass) and Jared Evans (Studio Drummer with Sony records). 

  • WHEN:Saturday, June 4th  
  • WHERE: The Brunswick House  
  • COST: $10 Per Person (No Food Included)

There are only 4 Seats left! For RESERVATIONS Contact MIKE KALMAN at OR 516 – 263 – 5526




The Calabash Fire Dept. Auxiliary will be Hosted by the Red Hats on Tuesday, May 24th at 6:30 Pm at the Brunswick House for a presentation on Fire Safety for the Home. The videos will be an eye opener you won’t want to miss!  Everyone is Welcome!



Model-Train-from-stock (1)framedIMRRC MODEL TRAIN SHOW is returning to the Brunswick House! MARK Your Calendars for July 9th & 10th For the ANNUAL TRAIN SHOW! Hands-On Layouts for the Kids (Of All Ages) Plus Much More! ADMISSION IS FREE! SAVE THE DATES! More Information in Future Broadcasts and Newsletter!



pickleball collageAnyone interested in the possibility of forming a Pickleball Group here on the Plantation, please call Phillis/Paul (609-712-4071) Or E-mail ( . In order to appeal to the Board for Facilities, we need to demonstrate that there is a sufficient number of residents who desire to play. Therefore, experienced or beginner players are urged to respond. For those unfamiliar with the game, Pickleball is a Racquet Sport that combines eements of badminton/tennis/table tennis and is fast becoming the Senior Sport of Choice. *Note to tennis players…We do not anticipate adjusting net height.    




Maryann Wolfson is looking for people who would be interested in either playing Cards Or Games in her home. If Interested…Please contact Maryann at 575-6363 Or 



blood-driveSteve Seibert has volunteered to coordinate a Blood Donation Drive to be held at Brunswick Plantation. The Drive would take place sometime in May. Steve has been in contact with The Red Cross, and they have asked him to check with our residents to see what the interest level would be in having a Blood Drive. Steve is asking that you either call him at 287-4556 Or e-mail him at if you would be interested in participating int he Blood Drive. Thank You!


SCUBA DIVERS Or Anyone Interested in SCUBA

Scuba framedRidKXbk6TWe are looking to start a SCUBA CLUB on Brunswick Plantation. CLUB Activities will Include:

  • Diving
  • Training
  • Social Activities
  • Travel Opportunities

If you are Interested, Please send an E-mail to

This is a Social Club for anyone interested in Scuba Diving…From experienced divers, newly certified, new divers in the area, Or anyone looking to get certified.



HelpingHandsframedHELPING HANDS is an extension of Neighbors In Service (NIS) here at Brunswick Plantation. This Group makes every effort to assist people in our community with special needs whether Help is needed for a Visit Or Meals Or Shopping for Groceries. We have assigned individuals within each area to help its residents. Please call the Brunswick House Facilitators, and they will put you in touch with your Helping Hands Volunteer. We are Here to Help Each Other!  


Brunswick Plantation FITNESS FUN

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Golf Exercise Class 

golflogowhite-frameTerri Williams Daly teaches a Golf Exercise Class at the Brunswick House…Every Tuesday at 4 Pm. The Class is One Hour and Cost is $6 Per Class.

You will need:

  • A Floor Mat
  • Weights (1,2,3 lbs.Or larger…Your Preference)
  • A Golf Club
  • A Small Beach Ball 

Terri’s Class helps strengthen your core muscles.  The Class is Co-Ed.  If Interested, E-mail  Or Call: 910  287-7550


FREE Walking Program Adds ZUMBA

fitness wlakingOur Walking Program Continues with 4 Mile Walks:

  • Monday…4 Miles Walk
  • Wednesday4 Miles Using Bands
  • Friday4 Miles of Walking with Weights
  • Saturday…5 Mile Walks


 Tuesdays and Thursdays on Each Week…You are now invited to join the group as they follow along with a ZUMBA Program…That will begin at 8 Am and last just over an Hour.


Brunswick Plantation YOGA


Thursday GENTLE YOGA at 10 AM

gentle_yoga_homeThis is a Gentle Yoga Class suitable for Every Body without pressure on wrist or knees. This class includes linking breath to movement and stretching to improve mobility and flexibility.  All Poses are done seated, supine, or standing…To Improve Muscle Tone , Balance, Strength, and Stability. Namasteframed

Class is $5 Per Class. Please Call Michelle Dorland at 910  880-2509 with any questions.




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KARAOKE TEAM TRIVIA NIGHTtriviakaraokecollageAt The 19th HOLE With CHERYL Z


6 PM Until 9 PM

The LUNCH MENU will be Available…As Well as Several APPETIZER SPECIALS 



FOR RESERVATIONS, Please Call the 19th HOLE  @ 845-6902


19th HOLE Specials


  2. Tuesday…POT ROAST SUB With Provolone Au Jus $8.00
  3. Wednesday...FISH & CHIP PO BOY  $9.00
  4. Thursday…BANG BANG SHRIMP $9.00
  5. Friday…OYSTER ROCKEFELLER  (8) $10
  6. Saturday…SUB BURGER …Burger, Bacon, L,T,O,P  $9.00
  7. Sunday…HAM & SALAMI SANDWICH…L,T,B,M  $8.00

FRIDAY NIGHT DINNERS…Weekly Specials PLUS Ordering OFF of the LUNCH MENU (Posted online Or Menu by the Bar Door)



Lunch-ladies-collageLadies in our Brunswick Plantation Community are Invited to MEET For LUNCH at our very own 19th HOLE…The 3rd Thursday of Each Month. It doesn’t matter what area you live in at Brunswick Plantation…EVERYONE IS WELCOME! If you are new to Brunswick Plantation, it is the perfect opportunity to meet your fellow residents! Bring your Friends and Make New Friends with the FUN Folks of BP!

Please Call: the 19th Hole at 845-6909 at least a day in advance to add your name/names to the to the list.   

Brunswick Plantation is the Place to Be for Friends and Neighbors to Share The FUN of Living in Coastal Carolina! Love523f233a2cb9149a48cc3486971af91aOur beautiful community is also a popular place for Destination Weddings! Several Happy Couples will be having their Special Day at Brunswick Plantation this summer. heartsunnamedWe are Honored to Welcome the Wedding Couples and their Loving Families! Love is in the Air at Brunswick Plantation! A Blessing to Us ALL! 


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