The Winter of 2016/2017 was the winter that wasn’t. Say that 5 times fast. Flowers are blooming early and there has been a lot of people out and about around the Cape. We’ll take it. Beau talks about the warm weather in his Presidential message. With these warm weather, it brings his thoughts on the […]

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In a pretty easy winter, one of the first signs that spring is coming is getting the first Caper of the year. The best reason to view the digital copy is to check out the President’s message with the Valentine’s Day background. In this Presidential message, Beau talks about the election results from January and […]

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Don’t forget fellow Capers to come to the Clubhouse on Tuesday January 10th 2017 at 7:30 for our quarterly meeting. This time we get to vote on the budget for 2018, a $30 increase in the SCBD, and to vote for your new Cape board members. We are a shrinking bunch (only 6 now) and […]

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It feels like I just posted the February 2016 issue of the Caper only yesterday. Now, it’s the close of another year… and what a year it’s been. The Strawberry Festival was a grand slam home run and the Breakfast with Santa, held only last week, had people overflowing the clubhouse with Christmas Cheer. Driving […]

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Mother nature is so confusing. We had lows in the 30’s last weekend and then hit highs in the 80’s over this past weekend. No wonder everyone seems to get sick this time of year. Falling leaves brings budget season. Make sure you review our 2018 budget in this month’s Caper. You’ll be voting on […]

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Fall has officially arrived and with the fall season comes busy times and great family activities in the Cape. In Beau’s message this month, you’ll get a full update on everything the Board has been working on over the last few weeks and what’s coming up in the future. Goshen’s Annual Harvest dinner will be […]

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The calendar says that summer is winding down but you wouldn’t know it by stepping outside. Pumpkin spice lattes and NFL football are becoming the rage again as Fall tries to take hold. We’ll see how long it takes for Fall to really get here. As we think about Fall and the memories of the […]

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Mother nature can really be difficult at times. Sure, she gave us great weather for the Strawberry Festival but for the second year in a row, we couldn’t get our 4th of July festivities up and running without everyone getting completely soaked. Still, we crowned “Tipzy Pug” the winner in the BBQ Championship and handed […]

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So much going on in the Cape right now. We know that most have seen the relocation of the guardhouse. The road project is really starting to come together nicely. In this issue, Beau provides many other updates about everything that’s been going on. As most saw at the Strawberry Festival, the new retaining wall […]

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