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2024 Election for Board of Directors - UPDATE
The link for the election ballot was emailed to the primary user's email address on the website on February 26, 2024 at 10:40 am. If you are not sure which user email is listed as primary on your profile we have posted the list on the Board of Directors' page of the website. The list is sorted by last name; please check the email address listed for the ballot link (including your junk mail folder).
 
If you need assistance accessing the link as the primary user please email cam@clubdeaton.net. 
 
As part of this process all club admin and resident admin user permissions have been suspended and will be restored at the close of the ballot. The ballot closes on March 11th and admin rights will be restored the morning of March 12, 2024. If you need an email sent to your clubs during this time, please email the details to cam@clubdeaton.net. This was done to protect the integrity of the election and we appreciate your understanding. 
 
As a reminder, those that need assistance with online voting,  assistance will be made available at the clubhouse at the following times: 

Monday, February 26, 2024, from 2:00-4:00 pm
Wednesday, February 28, 2024, from 2:00-4:00 pm
Monday, March 4, 2024, from 2:00-4:00 pm
Wednesday, March 6, 2024, from 2:00-4:00 pm
Saturday, March 9, 2024, from 10:00-12:00 pm
 
Owners participation in the election is an important part of the the successful governance of the Community and we thank you for taking the time to cast your ballot today! 
 
Stretch & Strength Change
***** There will be no more Stretch & Strength classes on Wednesdays******
BINGO
THURSDAY NIGHT BINGO
Thursday, February 29th, 6:30 PM
Ballroom
$1.00 Donation 
IT'S SHOWTIME TICKET SALES FOR JOHN DENVER TRIBUTE SHOW
GREAT AFFORDABLE GRAPES
 
GREAT AFFORDABLE GRAPES
Friday, March 1, 6:30pm
Club room
CORY KAHANEY COMEDY SHOW IS NOW OPEN TO FRIENDS & FAMILY
 
Comedy Show
Saturday, March 2nd, 7pm 
60 min. show with meet & greet after show! 
Ballroom
$25 
 
Tickets are still available, purchase your tickets at the front desk.
P&G COMMITTEE HAS 3 OPENINGS
 
The Property and Grounds Committee plays a crucial role in supporting the Board and staff by providing assistance and advice on various aspects related to the common areas of our community. This includes offering recommendations on the maintenance of common areas, buildings, and grounds. Additionally, the committee is actively involved in addressing residential landscape matters, ensuring the overall well-being and aesthetic appeal of our community. Your input and collaboration with the committee contribute to the enhancement of our shared living spaces. Your involvement in maintaining the beauty and functionality of our community is very important.
 
We are in need of 3 new members. This committee meets the second Wednesday of each month at 9am. If interested, contact Ken Smith at ks7854@gmail.com 
CO-ED NINE HOLE GOLF

Registration is now open for the group's first 2024 event. 

All golfers of all abilities are welcome! Individuals are welcome! Lady friendly course.

Date:            Monday, March 4
Time:            8:30am shotgun start (Be at course by 8:00am)
Green Fee        $25 plus tax per person(includes cart)
Entry:           $5 per person for prize money
Place:           The Chimney's Golf Course, Winder
Format:         Four Person-Scramble Nine-Hole 
Registration:    Send Email to Janie Brandstetter at pvtennbabe@yahoo.com
                  Closes March 1 
SPRING PICKLEBALL LESSONS
 
Beginner lessons for Pickleball March 4th through March 29th every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 12 noon by Pickleball courts 6 and 7. Given for free by our excellent instructors Beverly and Gonzo. All residents welcome! No experience required.
NEGA MEDICAL CENTER SEMINAR
 
Total Shoulder Replacement Seminar
NEGA Medical Center
Dr. Justin Barrett
Thursday, March 7th, 11 AM
Ballroom A 
 
IT'S FIVE O'CLOCK SOMEWHERE - A LITTLE R&R MUSIC
   
A LITTLE R & R MUSIC
Friday, March 8, 5:00pm
Ballroom ABC
Tickets - $6.00 
 
 
 
IT'S SHOWTIME PRESENTS LETTERS FROM HOME
COLLETTE TRAVEL SEMINAR
 
Collette travel will present; Holland & Belgium River cruise, Christmas in London, Icelands Northern Lights and Cultural Treasures of Japan at the Clubhouse March 11 at 11 AM. Dessert will be served.  
 
UKELELE BAND FORMING AT VDC
 UKULELE BAND FORMING AT VDC
 
 
Join us for an “Interest Meeting” at the Clubhouse:
Monday, March 11th,
at 2:00 PM
FITNESS CENTER ORIENTATION
FITNESS CENTER ORIENTATION
 
Tuesday, March 12, 12:00pm with Alan Sienkiewicz
Tuesday, March 26, 11:00am with Amy Meeks
LET'S TALK ABOUT BIRDS
 
Lets Talk About Birds
Wednesday, March 13, 10am
Ballroom A
 
FREE CONCERT: ONE MORE TIME TRIO
ONE MORE TIME TRIO
Wednesday, March 13, 1:00pm
Club Room
 
Seating is limited so reserve your seat today by picking up a free ticket at the front desk. 
VDC WEBSITE EXPLORATION CLASS
VDC WEBSITE EXPLORATION CLASS
Friday, March 15, 10:00am
Ballroom A
 
Do you have problems using or finding anything on our VDC website? If you answered yes, join us to explore our VDC website in this class.
 
Come at 9:30am if you need assistance logging in.
 
TENNIS SHENANIGANS!
“WiILLY WONKA KIDS” IS COMING TO HALL COUNTY 
 
                 
                                                  
March 16,2024 Performance times are 1:00 PM and 3:00PM
 
The VDC Volunteer Team for Lyman Hall is excited to present the 2nd Annual Lyman Hall Licensed Stage Musical Please join us, there is no charge to attend, and seating is guaranteed. Bring your family and friends to enjoy this heart felt production of a wonderful story for children and adults. Tickets are FREE! The performances will be at the Chestatee High School Theatre  
 
Read our Volunteer team article in the March Villager
 
CANDLELIGHT JAZZ CONCERT
 
Candlelight Jazz Concert
Sunday, March 17th
7pm- 90 minute show
$25.00
 
This event is now open to friends & family.
 
BINGO WITH STAN & CHUCK IS SOLD OUT!
 
Bingo with Stan & Chuck
Monday, March 18, 1pm(Note date change)
Ballroom
Tickets are $5.00
 
Prince of Peace
 
Everything you wanted to know about the St. Vincent de Paul Society, But were afraid to ask!
 
Greetings Prince of Peace Friends and Neighbors! Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, March 20th for our next gathering at the clubhouse at 11:30. We will have our normal pot luck and share a meal together. Our speaker will be Ann Marie Barry, who was recently installed as our new Co-President of St. Vincent de Paul Prince of Peace.  She joined our organization in 2020 as a pantry volunteer. She became our treasurer in 2021, of which we were so grateful. And now she has agreed to help lead our conference!  Before coming to Georgia, she was an auditor at Price Waterhouse and then she was the Director of Finance for a 500-bed nursing home in Rochester, NY.
 
So: Did you know that St. Vincent De Paul, did NOT start The Society of St. Vincent de Paul? 
       Did you know our organization is almost 200 years old?
       Did you know we are a worldwide organization?
       Did you know that 90% of all money donated to SVDP in the second collection stays in our local SVDP conference at Prince of Peace to help our local neighbors in need?
       Did you know the food pantry is not our main focus?  (But an important one!)
 
Please come learn about the incredible history of this organization and how it remains so strong based on generous donations from parishioners across the world.  She will also show you the accomplishments of our local STVDP group making such a huge difference in the lives of our local neighbors in need.  This will be educational only. No donations will be requested. You are welcome to bring a food pantry donation however and empty egg cartons if you have them!  
 
Please RSVP to Janet Cuccinello at janetcucc@msn.com if you are able to join us and if you know what you will be bringing.  Feel free to bring your neighbors and friends to join us.  Please respond by March 13th.
SINGLES CLUB
 
LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION!  All Single Club members are invited to A Night at the Oscars on Wednesday, March 20th at 6:30pm.  You will Walk on the Red Carpet into a world of make believe and wonder.  Our Technical Director, Roy LaBue, with his expert tech support, will present us with songs and films from years gone by.  A series of questions will be asked about the movie or song and each table member will discuss and come up with their answers.  The answers will be tabulated and certified by the accounting firm of Makarewicz and Duffy.  Our Master of Ceremony, Ila Santimauro, will announce the winners and present them with their Oscar.  Movie treats that will be provided are popcorn, trail mix, and candy bars. 
 
The price for this event is $5.00, and the deadline to sign-up is Wednesday, March 13th.  Please place your check (made payable to Singles Club), or cash in an envelope and be sure to write your name, phone number and address on the envelope and drop it in the Singles Club mailbox.
 
Come join your friends and acquaintances as we rub elbows with all our VDC celebrities and enjoy a Red Carpet Evening. 
 
WHO AT DEATON CREEK WILL BE GOING HOME WITH AN OSCAR!
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
ICE CREAM SOCIAL
Thursday, March 21, 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Ballroom C
$1.00
CARTSMAX GOLF CART INSPECTION
CARTSMAX GOLF CART INSPECTION
Friday, March 22, 9:00am - 12:00pm
Clubhouse
STATE OF HALL COUNTY
 
The State of Hall County
Friday, March 22, 11am
 
RSVP Here and pick up a ticket at the front desk.
 
2023 marked another year of growth and progress for Hall County. The 2024 State of the County presentation highlights some of the major projects that kicked off or were completed in 2023, including the widening of Spouts Spring Road, the Friendship Road Sewer Project, Parks renovations and more! This presentation is a great way to learn more about the happenings within your local community and what is to come in the next year. Local government leaders and elected officials will be on hand for a Q&A opportunity to ensure your voices are heard.
 
Richard Higgins was first elected as chairman of the Hall County Board of Commissioners in 2016.
Higgins previously served for 11 years as chairman of the Hall County Board of Education where he guided the Hall County School System through a difficult environment of increased demand on resources while working to maintain its standard of excellence for county students. During his tenure, the school system grew by more than 8,500 students, built ten new schools, and made many additions to existing buildings to accommodate the exploding student population. In the face of these challenges, Hall County schools were honored for their quality education, quality teaching and yearly progress by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
 
A graduate of the UGA Terry College of Business, Higgins served as president and owner of Carrier Services Inc., a Gainesville-based freight logistics firm until his retirement in 2018, when he sold the company. He is married to his wife, Connie. They have three children: Josh, Anna Katherine, and Nathaniel.
MEET OUR NEW PERSONAL TRAINER AMY MEEKS
 
Call the front desk to make your appointment on Tuesday, March 26th, 11am
 
Amy Meeks, MPT
B.A. Exercise Physiology, Penn State University, 1990
M.S. Physical Therapy, University of North Georgia, 1996
 
I am appreciative of the opportunity to guide the members of the Village of Deaton Creek community in their health and wellness endeavors.  I have been a physical therapist since 1996 and since 2003, have exclusively treated the geriatric population in a home health setting. Treating clients with multiple disease processes (Parkinson’s, HTN, COPD, CHF, diabetes, dementia, s/p total joint replacements, vertigo, back surgeries, obesity, etc.) has made me a well-rounded PT in understanding disease progression, its challenges and modifications needed for exercise.  I am the owner of a private, concierge PT practice servicing clients in privacy of their homes (Senior PT Solutions, LLC).
 
As a teenager I enjoyed body building, power lifting and running.  As I’ve aged into mid-life, I continue to strength train to build muscle and walk for cardiovascular health.  Even though I’m a PT by day, I am an artist by night.  I enjoy painting, sketching, making custom stationery, and knitting.  Being creative has served me in my PT career.  Problem solving and finding modifications to personalize exercise/rehab programs is pertinent with my aging clientele.  No person is the same, so each program is custom to the client’s needs/goals.
 
I am a Christian, wife, mother to three and a grandmother to one (so far).  Sometimes people just need someone to believe in them.  It’s never too late to invest in your future self!  Prioritizing healthy eating habits, hydration and strength/cardiovascular training will create a life that will limit disease.  Staying strong and mobile allows us to make memories with our loved ones. That’s my goal in life.
 
For a free consultation, contact Amy:
706-362-6217
seniorptsolutions@gmail.com
Seniorptsolutions.com
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