Hello Capers. This is an unusual Caper this month. The reason? The President’s message doesn’t have Beau’s name on it… it has mine. For those that don’t know who I am, I’m Bill Szczytko and have lived in the Cape since 2009. For those that have read these monthly Caper releases, you might recognize me as the one who always posts them. I’ve been on the board for the past 5 years and now, I’m the new President of CSCIA.
My message thanks Beau for his 5 years of tireless service as President. He’s taking some much needed time off. He’s still here and on the board, so there’s no need to panic. He’ll be helping me through the transition. We should all take the time when you see him around the Cape to thank him. He deserves it.
This Caper contains the usual quality. After you skim through my Presidential message, I suggest you read Ryan, the Town Manager’s write-up. It contains all the latest updates on the happenings around the Cape. In addition, he talks about ways to remove snow and protect against frozen pipes.
Mark your calendars for the Spring Craft Show coming to the clubhouse on Saturday, March 30th. More information is inside this issue. In other community recognized organizations news, Goshen Farm is holding their Java & Jazz/Tea & Tunes event on March 10th, 2019 from 3-5pm. The garden club is celebrating their 44th anniversary and will be having a traditional potluck dinner commemorating it. CCC will be having a remarkable lecture by Sam Droege on Friday March 22nd at 7:00pm at the clubhouse. Also, don’t forget about nominating your 1st quarter habitat hero. More information is inside this Caper.
Exciting times are coming… we just have to wait until the temperature gets a little warmer and winter turns to spring. See you around the Cape!