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The Caper – February 2021 Edition

As we ushered in the new year, we’ve also ushered in changes to the Cape board. Want to give a congratulations to Jeff Roche for rising to the role of President. We know he will do a great job. His first President message is something you shouldn’t miss. Ryan, our town manager, delivers some great tips on keeping your pipes from freezing. Don’t forget that every home owner should’ve received their yellow cards. Your $10 is due by March 1st so get them in!

Goshen Farm offers a great history record on the farm property. Don’t miss that overview in this issue. Goshen is hoping to have Java & Jazz on March 14th, pending the Executive Orders being lifted. The Garden Club is hoping to have a great year this year as well. In February, they are planning on having a nature walk at a local botanical garden. Cape Conservation Corps has another great post by Stacey Wildberger, don’t miss this and all of our other community groups in this issue of the Caper.

See you around the Cape!

 

The Caper – December – January 2021 Edition

Well, we’ve made it… to the end… of the year referred to as 2020. It’s been a real piece of work. In this month’s Caper, Bill’s Presidential message is a bit reflective as his 2 one year terms are officially coming to an end. He talks about the Cape’s legacy as he leaves office. More information on the upcoming Beach project(s) are contained in this message as well. Ryan, in his town manager message, shares his holiday safety tips. He also reminds us of the upcoming Annual Membership meeting on January 12th at 7:30pm. More details on this meeting will be coming soon.

Speaking of the Annual Meeting, this Caper does include the ballot as well as the bios for the incumbent board members as well as one new one. All ballots must be received no later than Wednesday January 6th to be counted. We will count every legal ballot and can guarantee the legitimacy of this election. In addition, we’re asking for a $25 increase in the SCBD cap, we are not increasing the SCBD fee this year.

Thanks to everyone who attended the virtual Tree Lighting this year. I hope you’ve had the time to swing by the tree and put up whatever ribbon or decoration you’d like to see up there. Please note that any decoration you add to the tree will NOT be returned after the Holiday season.

Goshen, Cape Conservation Corps, and the Garden Club provide great articles, there’s an awesome holiday word search and we’ve even included the history of the candy cane in this issue.

See you around the Cape!

The Caper – November 2020 Edition

Fall has settled over Cape St. Claire. It was a GREAT Halloween Saturday night, it was truly great to see so many Capers having a safe and fun time. So many tables setup and the conveniently placed beer tubes were a real treat! Yes, things are different but does that mean it has to be bad? If Halloween was proof that change can be a good thing, I’m excited for the holidays. The new Caper has landed in everyone’s laps. The President’s message talks about trying to keep your mental health at the forefront of your minds… as the temperatures get colder, it’s important to look out of you, especially during these times. Don’t forget that the Yearly meeting will be taking place virtually on January 12th at 7:30pm; more details to follow.

Ryan, the town manager, discusses the train wreck that has been 2020 and delivers a great yearly review. He does mention that electricity will be installed at the guest shack in time for the Christmas Tree lighting. He also reminds us that we’ll be voting on the budget in the January meeting.

This Caper does contain the budget that will be voted on at the upcoming yearly meeting. Please review and email us with any questions. The Garden Club’s next meeting will be held at Bay Head Park Pavilion on Sunday, November 29th at 3-5pm. More details on this are in this Caper. Goshen Farms highlights Becky Benner in their article this month as well as a reminder that they could sure use your donations. Information on how to do so is in this Caper. Cape Conservation has a great article by Stacey Wildberger that highlights their 2020 so don’t miss it.

We will be having the Christmas Tree Lighting on November 29th.. more details to come! Stay safe everyone and see you around the Cape.

Quarterly Meeting for October 27th at 7:30pm

Please be sure you sign up to attend the quarterly meeting on October 27th at 7:30pm.

You can call in using the following information:

+1 (213) 929-4212
Code: 977-337-146

Registration URL:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6204228966233500685
Webinar ID
667-139-091