Weekly News for Residents of Saluda River Club
Tuesday 3/26 Book Club at the Village Club 7:30pm
The book club for March will be reading, “The Huntress” by Kate Quinn. Book club discussions are held at the Village Club at 7:30 on the last Tuesday of the month. Come share your thoughts on the latest book and give ideas on future reads. If you have any questions you can contact Pat Cronin at 803-521-9138.
Wednesdays 3/27 Men’s Bible Study at the Village Club 6:30-8pm
Eldon Armstrong and Mike Burkhold will be starting a Men’s Bible Study. The study is for all levels of Christians and specifically for anyone who wants to learn, no matter his knowledge base or spiritual situation. New Christians and searchers are especially welcome. This will be non denominational in format with special attention paid to differences in theology, if necessary. The classes will be as intense as the class desires. The goal is to grow in Christ. If interested, please contact Eldon or Mike, or just show up. Eldon Armstrong 803-530-0298 or firstname.lastname@example.org Mike Burkhold 803-622-7428 or email@example.com The intent is to spread the Word of God to all.
Sunday 3/31 Ladies Bible Study at the Village Club 6:30-8pm
Please join us for our Bible Study at the Village Club on Sunday nights.
Sunday 4/7 Easter Egg Hunt on The Riverfront
Sunday 4/14 Spring Mini Photo Sessions
Lilianne Victoria is coming back to SRC for spring mini sessions on April 14. To reserve your spot, go to her website: liliannevictoria.co click on the “spring” tab and enter the password: saludariverclub . If you have any questions, feel free to email her firstname.lastname@example.org..
Saturday 4/27 Community Yard Sale 7-11am
Thursday 5/2 Alcohol Inks 101: Painting Class at the Chickawa Outdoor Center 9:30am-12pm
This class will provide the student with all the tools she/he needs to enter the fascinating world of alcohol ink. A $35 supply fee will cover all that you need to create your own painting. Each participant needs only to bring an apron and a desire to learn and create some fun art. There are still 12 spots open for this class. Participants can book a spot by emailing email@example.com.
Kid Fit Summer Camps Coming to Saluda River Club:
June 17-20 Sports Galore Camp (ages 5-12)
July 8-11 Sports Galore Camp (ages 2-6)
Activities include volleyball with beach balls, balloon tennis, noodle hockey, bowling, soccer, basketball, and much more.
July 15-18 Gymnastics Camp (ages 2-6)
Activities include mats, balance beams, trampolines, bars, rings, tumbling aids, and much more.
July 22-25 Circus Camp (ages 2-6)
Activities include tight wires, stilts, juggling, face painting, and much more.
July 29-Aug 1 Beach Camp (ages 5-12)
Activities include bocce ball, corn toss, frisbee, beach tennis, flip cup, ladder golf, washer boards, beach ball volleyball, and pool games.
Each camp will meet both on the Riverfront and inside the Chickawa Outdoor Center. The cost for each camp is $70/child/week. All campers must be potty trained. Each camp is Monday-Thursday 9am-12pm. Kids are to bring a snack and a water bottle every day. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space for your child.
View the full calendar at www.saludariverclub.com to see all the activities.
FRIENDS FOR LIFE
AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
Let’s “PAINT SRC PURPLE” in support of RELAY FOR LIFE 2019 and the AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
WHAT – JOIN US IN PAINTING SRC PURPLE BY PURCHASING A PURPLE BOW FOR YOUR MAILBOX, FRONT DOOR or TREE IN SUPPORT OF THE AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY
WHEN – BOWS MAY BE PURCHASED FROM FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH – FRIDAY, MARCH 29TH
HOW – EASY! Put your donation of $10 or more with cash or check (made out to American Cancer Society) in an envelope with your name and address. Donations should be placed under front porch doormat:
- Village District – 403 Seaside Court
- River District – 537 River Camp Drive
- Woodlands – 338 Coldwater Crossing
A team member will deliver a purple bow to your front porch. Bows can be displayed through Sunday May 5th.
WHY – Your donations help the AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY fund groundbreaking cancer research, critical patient care services, education and prevention initiatives, and so much more. ACS is committed to saving lives from cancer. Please join your SRC neighbors in working towards creating a world free from the pain and suffering of this disease.
FRIENDS FOR LIFE SRC TEAM MEMBERS: