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Squires & Stags to hear from POA Board candidates

By Bennett Whipple

The three candidates for seats on the POA Board will have their say at Squires & Stags’ breakfast meeting on Friday, October 6. It will be their first among several appearances planned for property owners.

The candidates, Wayne Crawford, Jay Goldman and Rick Williams, will have five minutes each to tell their stories and then respond to questions from the floor. Dick Scharf, POA Elections Committee chairman, will introduce the candidates and moderate the event.

You may register for the breakfast event now by clicking here: Squires & Stags, Friday, Oct 6, 2017

About the candidates, Scharf says the “community is blessed by having three highly qualified and seasoned volunteers willing to serve the community in the capacity of a board member.

“Each brings a wellspring of experience which will keep us in good stead during the next three years,” Scharf adds.

Property owners will be asked to select two from the three candidates to take seats replacing Tony Galioto and Carolyn Littell whose terms expire at year end.

Squires & Stags meets in the Mountains Grille at the Clubhouse at Lake Sconti. New members and guests are welcome to attend the meeting. Coffee is ready at 7:45 a.m. followed by a buffet breakfast served at 8:00 a.m. The price of breakfast is $13 payable on your POA account or by cash at the door. Limited seating is available on a first come, first served basis. Bob Littell will host the meeting.

Reservations are required and must be received by Noon on Thursday before the Friday morning meeting. For other reservation links, watch for the weekly announcements of Big Canoe events in Inside the Gates and Smoke Signals e-blasts.

Use of the online reservation system is encouraged, but if it’s not available you may call Kim Cooper at (706) 268-1115 to make reservations.

 

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