Burn Pile Notes
Who doesn’t enjoy watching a controlled burn? Dale and Ted put on a great show on June 1st when they burned the Burn Pile, located just north of Lot #442.
However, the operative word is controlled. We’ve noticed some members dumping ashes in the burn pile (versus a minimum of 3 feet from the burn pile) and in the woods. Both of which can ignite unexpectedly no matter how much you believe the ashes are out.
Also, some members are dumping contaminated dirt (dirt with gravel or sod) by (or in) the Burn Pile. Clean fill dirt can be deposited on the west side of the road to the Burn Pile. Contaminated dirt must be removed from the Park.
And finally, the Burn Pile is for branches only per the sign. The DNR does not allow us (or anyone at their residence) to burn treated, painted, glued, etc. lumber (that goes in the construction dumpster and is paid for at the office), trash (goes in respective dumpster) or leaves (goes in temporary leaf pile).
Activity Committee Report
The upcoming 4th of July Holiday and the weekend before promises many fun activities for all park members and guests.
The annual Hole-in-One contest will be held on Saturday, July 1st, from 11 AM until 4 PM at the #8 tee box. Prizes are awarded in three categories: Men’s, Women’s, and Junior’s 12 and under for closest to the pin or holes in one. To qualify, men need to be inside a 15 circle, women and juniors need to be inside a 30 circle. Golf balls are 3 for $1 or 6 for $2. Bring your own clubs of choice. Come join the fun.
While waiting to tee off, or just being a spectator, pick up a Taco-in-a-Bag at the taco stand located by the latticework near the 8th hole. Tacos will be available for sale from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
- 1 taco and a bottle of water – $3.00
- 2 tacos and a bottle of water – $5.00
- Cookies or Chips – .50
- Soda – $1.00
- Beer – $2.00
The annual 4th of July golf cart parade will be at 11:00 am on the Fourth.
Following the parade, the Annual Carnival kicks off at 12:00 noon, running until 2:30 pm. Children’s games will be twenty-five cents. Also available for sale will be brats, hot dogs, chips, cookies, and beverages.
Over the Memorial Day weekend, 35 kids participated in a scavenger hunt and obstacle course activity.
The Nominating Committee is at this time looking for qualified candidates who may be interested in serving on the TCCOM Board of Directors. The Directors are elected for a 3-year term and must submit their names prior to the July BOD meeting.
Other News Around the Park
Everyone is invited to Summer Church at 10:00 am Sunday mornings at the Activity Building.
- June 25 – Gordy Allex will preach with special music by Tom Malchow
- July 2 – Pastor Jack Renberg with Holy Communion, and special music by Darlene Chapman
- July 9 – Kim Norlien, a local artist, will share his testimony and display artwork
Singles and Solos
The Singles and Solos group meets every Monday afternoon at 4:00 pm on the Clubhouse deck. Please bring finger food to share and your own beverage. For more information, stop by Lot #267.
Ladies: Save the Date
Tuesday, August 15th, Ladies Luncheon, and Style Show. Details to follow.
Stitch and Weave
Just a reminder that the Stitch and Weave group meets at the Activity Building on Tuesday afternoons at 1:00 pm. Join them to do your knitting, cross-stitch, Swedish weaving, any other handwork, or just come to visit.
The ’50s & ’60s Dance
Ok gals, drag out those poodle skirts, and guys, roll up your jeans and get ready to Rock N’ Roll at the ’50s-’60s dance on Saturday, July 8th at the Activity Building. This is a MONEY RAISER for Give N’ Take so even if you don’t dance the jitterbug come and watch while enjoying the music. Tickets are $5 per couple or $7 per family. The dance will be from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and it is BYOB. There will be soda, assorted chip snacks, ice cream, and water for sale at the dance. No presale tickets pay at the door when you come. All ages welcome. Let’s make this a great MONEYMAKER for Give N’ Take and have fun at the same time.
Did You Know?
TCCOM was originally incorporated in 1977 by John Olson, Harry Osvold, and Dan Person; 299 lot sites were laid out the following year and were completely sold out by October 1979. The annual fee was $190 a year and included electricity and taxes. At the general membership meeting on May 3, 1980, the first board of directors was installed and ownership was transferred to the members. Notes from the history of the park indicate 273 bottles of champagne were consumed at the celebratory luncheon following the meeting! More information about the beginnings of our park can be found on our website, www.travelerscconmiss.com.