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The Deercreek Country Club Owner's Association strives to provide information and organization for the many residents of Deercreek. Feel free to look around and find out who we are and what we do.

Make sure to take a look at our calendar and come out to meet some of your fellow residents at our community events.



Welcome New Residents 

  • Larry McCallum
  • Georg & Bryant Paulsteiner, Julia Heather Paulsteiner

We Say Goodbye 

  • William & Caroline Costantini
  • Andrew & Rebecca Feyerick

News and Updates

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    Literary Circle - A Gentleman in Moscow

    On Monday, February 19 at 10:00, the Deercreek book club will gather at the home of Patty Tomka to discuss the book A Gentleman in Moscow.

     A Gentleman in Moscow immerses us in an elegantly drawn era with the story of Count Alexander Rostov. In 1922 following the revolution, he is deemed an unrepentant aristocrat by a Bolshevik tribunal, the count is sentenced to house arrest in the Metropol, a grand hotel across the street from the Kremlin. Rostov, has never worked a day in his life, and must now live in an attic room while some of the most tumultuous decades in Russian history are unfolding outside the hotels doors.

    He lives in the hotel for 30 years and forges close friendships with the staff and inhabitants.He encounters Nina, a precocious nine-year-old girl who has an eye for adventure. Towles creates a compelling cast of characters to complement the Count, none more vital To sustaining his existence than Sofia, Nina’s daughter who is left in his care and who he raises as his daughter.

    What makes a Gentleman in Moscow a true work of historical fiction are Towles’ apt descriptions of life outside Metropol’s walls. Stalin has taken control of the country, and Russians can either join the party, get shipped to Siberia or otherwise disposed of.

  • Save the Dates

    Your Deercreek Women’s Alliance board has been busy planning some exciting events and fundraisers. Please mark your calendars as follows so that you don’t miss enjoying these events with family, neighbors and friends!

    Charity Selection Meeting - Thursday, March 8

    The DWA board will be selecting its 2018 charities on Thursday, March 8. If you would like to nominate a charity for consideration, please contact Donna Bernard at 464-0919. Selected charities will be announced at the Back Porch Party.

    Sweet 19th Birthday Back Porch Party - Thursday, March 8 

    All Deercreek ladies are invited to join the party as we celebrate the founding of the DWA in March of 1999. Admission is FREE! Snacks and birthday cake will be served. The attire is casual and the merrymaking begins at 6:30. This will be the perfect time to renew your DWA membership and friendships.

    Shamrock Scramble - Sunday, March 18

    If you feel lucky wearing green on the green, then this event is for you! Get your lads and lassies together for tons of fun at this charity golf tournament fundraiser. We also need hole sponsors and donation prizes. The DWA offers several levels of sponsorship, either business or personal. The registration form and sponsorship form are included in this issue of DCC Living Newsletter and also at the DCC Golf Shop.

    Shamrock Scramble Sponsorship Form

    Shamrock Scramble Registration Form

  • Will You Help?

    We need a volunteer Editor to assist with coordinating incoming articles, proofreading and editing monthly. This person will become a member of the Deercreek Communications Committee. Sounds like something you'd love to be a part of?

    Consider volunteering for a few months to test it out before committing for the long haul. Check us out and discover another great way to get to know your neighbors, serve and make new friends. Will you join us?

  • Thanks to Our Helper Elves!!

    A huge thank you to our helper Elves of 2017 who made the Season possible. Wesley and Haley Loveless spent many hours over the holidays helping Carson and I put up our Christmas decorations, we could not have done it without them. Andrew Tabor also helped again for his third year going, he carries all of the HEAVY stuff up into the attic. These fellows will also be helping us take things down at the end of the season.

    During this time, Wesley got to take me fishing in his secret spot and I watched him catch a BIG one, over seven pounds! Wesley and Haley also met Santa Claus this year as you can see. We simply could not have been able to get everything done without the help of our neighborhood kids. Even our golf Pro, K. W. Godwin used to help decorate over seventeen years ago.

    Happiest New Year to all and THANK YOU!

  • Rules & Regulations

    Animals: All pets must be kept under the direct control of their owners so as not to be a nuisance to other persons. Animals may be kept solely as pets and not for purposes of breeding or other commercial or business purposes. When a pet is taken beyond the owner’s property, it must be secured by a leash. Owners are responsible for cleaning up the pet droppings. If, in the opinion of the Association, any pet shall be deemed a nuisance to other residents, destructive of property or dangerous to persons or animals, such pet may be barred from the Deercreek Country Club community.

  • Access Control Committee

    Reports have been received about burglaries in gated communities in NE Florida by well organized thieves. The burglars find a way to get into the community by either tagging after a resident's car in the resident lane (almost impossible in Deercreek), saying they are playing golf, by stealing a barcode, etc. They drive upscale cars which are rented. Once inside the community they case the area looking for homes with easy, but obstructed view access to the rear of the home. They enter quickly and go straight to the master bedroom looking for valuables. Once they get what they want, they can be gone in five to seven minutes. The valuables they take will either be shopped on local streets or sent overseas if valuable enough.

    How do we protect against these thieves? The guards at the gate have been briefed about the situation and will continue to be very vigilant as to who enters Deercreek, and we are fortunate in this case to only have one entrance. The guards routinely turn away people trying to enter without proper identification as seen with several supposedly Amazon drivers who tried to enter during the holidays.

    All residents can help by staying very vigilant and keeping an eye out for suspicious movements; such as a car driving very slowly through the community, or a car with a person or people in it who seem to be waiting to pick up someone.

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    Tuesday, February 27 at 10am "Creating a Terrarium"

    The first terrarium was developed by botanist Nathaniel Bagshaw Ward in 1842 to transport plant specimens from Britain to Australia and keep them alive during the month’s long journey. But soon they became ornate creations proudly displayed in all the posh Victorian parlors. They have gone in and out of style ever since. It may be time to bring them back once again!

    We’ve asked Amelia Bifano from the fabulous Rockaway Garden Center to show us how to create terrariums for our homes. There is a science behind the construction and the plants used, so come and see what will work for you. Do you want to make a Fairy Garden for your grandkids or a grownup version with tropical plants and maybe a quartz stone to look like a waterfall? With retirement and travel my house plants all withered from neglect and were replaced with *GASP* silk orchids!! I’m thinking this may be a way to have real plants again!

    This meeting is sure to pull you out of the February Funk and start you planning for Spring. Stay for lunch and make new friends. We’re a cheerful group and always happy to see new faces.

    If you are new to Deercreek or haven’t joined any of the groups in the neighborhood, come and try us out and check the schedule of monthly programs. We often stay for lunch together after the meetings, so you can get to know your neighbors. Call our Membership Chairs, Carol D’Onofrio 519-0924 or Karen Rutland 219-4135 for more information.

  • 2018 Board of Directors Election Results and Officer Appointments

    The Annual Meeting was conducted Thursday, January 11th and a quorum was established. Three board seats were up for election and the following individuals were elected to the board:

    • Christine Bell
    • Donald Gibbens
    • Frank Tuenge

    Following the annual meeting, the board convened to elect officers. The 2018 DCCOA officers are as follows:

    • Sadia Sindhu - President
    • Christine Bell - Vice President
    • Donald Gibbens - Secretary
    • Frank Tuenge - Treasurer

    The board also received and accepted Margie Blake's resignation. Committee Liaisons and a new board member will be determined at the January 25th board meeting. Any resident wishing to volunteer in a committee or the board are urged to contact one of the board members for additional information.

    The board wishes to thank Margie Blake, John Joyce and Bob Kichler for their service to our community.

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    Weider Pro 9725 Weight Set

    Weight stations bench military, quads, flys, and attachments for pulldowns and curls Compact 76" by 38" by 59". Rarely used, excellent conditionContact: 904-363-1748

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    Couch, Chair & Ottoman with Entertainment Center

    A very comfortable down filled couch with matching chair and ottoman with glass top. $300.Black entertainment center with 3 storage sections below and two glass display sections. Includes Panasonic TV.

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    Fostoria Crystal Stenware

    Beautiful vintage crystal stemware hand made by Fostoria Glass Company. The pattern is Glamour Blue and there are 24 pieces in the set consisting of 8- water, 8- wine and 8 - sherbets. Some slight imperfections. Today's retail price on eBay totals over $330, Asking only $150.Call: 904-608-8670

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