Tuesday, July 20, 2010

A Special Invitation for Hunt Club Residents


We are inviting all of our neighbors to this special
Open House
Quail Hollow Country Club
Monday, July 26
Enjoy a round of golf on the Weiskopf Course and we will provide a
BBQ lunch buffet on the verandah for $47 + tax.
The price includes cart, greens fee and lunch.
Club rental is available. Ask the Golf Shop when making your tee time at
Country club dress code is applicable. The course is spikeless.

Saturday, July 17, 2010

Annual Homeowners Meeting

The Annual Hunt Club Homeowners Association meeting was held last Thursday at the Concord Community Center. Among the highlights was the honoring of Linda Knapp as "Volunteer of the Year" for her great work in organizing the annual community garage sale. Congratulations Linda!!

Homeowners ALERT!!

Be alert! There was an attempted break-in on a home on Covington Court a few weeks ago. Fortunately, all the doors including sliders were locked so the only damage was some window screens were tampered with. We don't have many issues like this in The Hunt Club but it always pays to err on the side of caution.

Saturday, July 10, 2010

Hunt Club Homeowners Annual Meeting


Hunt Club Homeowners Annual Meeting
Thursday, July 15 at 7:00 PM
Concord Community Center
7671 Auburn Road

Please join us to discuss:
. . . Past Year's Accomplishments
. . . Financial Update
. . . Hunt Club Projects
. . . Update on Property Values

Hunt Club coyote gets promoted to "fox"!

Richard Cianfaglione of Hunting Lake Drive has confirmed that coyote sitings have been premature. His picture proves it's a fox.
Richard took it one step further and contacted Dan Kramer, Wildlife Management Supervisor for Wildlife District 3 (ie. an expert). Dan responded with . . .
"The photos you provided clearly shows a red fox suffering from mange. Mange is caused by a skin mite that can be transmissible to dogs. However dogs typically are healthy and clean enough to seldom become infected. The fox itself poses no danger to anyone and may acually appear tame because of its weakened condition and need to find food. . . avoid the tempation to provide food."
Richard is now planning to get a picture of the Lochness Monster. Thanks for the photo.