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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.



News and Updates

  • Nordictrack Treadmill A2350

    Nordictrack Treadmill A2350

    * In excellent condition.

    Additional features; Folding deck, heart-rate monitor, Tethered safty key, i phone and ipad jack with speakers. can listen music. Inbuilt exercise programs.

    Price  $200.00

    Contact: vraghav@hotmail.com


  • DWA 15th Annual Fashion Show: Fun and Fabulous

    The 15th annual DWA “Fun and Fabulous” Fashion Show was just that! It was also a huge success for local charities! Credits go to Chico’s of the Avenues Mall gorgeous fashions hair stylist Sarah Keene, make-up artist Jessica Lowry from Bobbi Browns of St Johns Mall, our beautiful Deercreek models, the DCC chef and staff along with the generous donation of so many outstanding raffle items. Of course, having a room full of fun loving DWA supporters made the evening an exciting girls’ night out. Thank you one and all!

  • Election of New Board Members

    Mark your Calendars --- Thursday January 8, 2015

    At the upcoming Annual Meeting for the Deercreek Country Club Owners Association on January 8, 2015, elections for three new board members will take place. Listed below are the three new candidates that are running for the Deercreek Board, Peter Davis, Jim Giancola, and Bob Kichler. All candidates have resided in the community for over two years. Their bios are included below. Thank you to the three candidates for stepping up to serve on the Board. It is nice to know that we have residents who care about the community.

    Please return your completed ballot and proxy to the Guard Gate as soon as you receive it, whether or not you are attending the meeting. It is extremely important that we have enough proxies/quorum to hold the Annual Meeting. The meeting will be held at the clubhouse, January 8, 2015 at 7 pm. We look forward to seeing you there. If you are new to the community this is a great opportunity for you to learn more about Deercreek.

    In addition we thank the entire Board for their past service on the Board- Doug Klippel, Margie Blake, Danny Becton, Doug Matthews, George Partin, Bill Beitz , Jim Lowell and Aaron West. George Partin, Nick Simonic and Doug Klippel have completed their last term on the Board. Thank you to all for their years of service.

     

    Peter Davis


     

     

    Jim Giancola

     

     

    Bob Kichler

     

    Peter Davis is a husband, father, community leader and IT professional. Peter and family relocated to Jacksonville about two years ago and loved Deercreek having visited friends who lived in the neighborhood. Peter has been married for fourteen years and has two children who attend Holy Family School in Jacksonville. Peter is an active parishioner at Holy Family having volunteered as a cantor, youth minister, and guest speaker. He is also an IT professional and runs a consulting business, 311 Media, here in Jacksonville focusing on internet, web and mobile marketing for small and medium businesses. Peter is originally from Maryland and graduated from Virginia Tech. He enjoys gardening and physical activity and has completed triathlons and many running races.   Jim grew up on Long Island New York, attended College at Farmingdale State University and then Adelphi University where he graduated with a Bachelor’s in Management. While attending college he started working part time for UPS and eventually worked his way into management.

    During his career he held several different management positions and ultimately achieved the level of Human Resources department head. As an HR Manager he accepted assignments in Syracuse NY, Mahwah NJ and NYC, NY.

    After leaving in 2006 he entered the field of real estate and shortly after started Giancola Realty. His business included investment, residential sales, property development and management.

    In September of 2013 he moved to Jacksonville Florida and became a resident of Deercreek where he lives with his wife Cynthia and son. In addition to his son he has two daughters, one in Florida and the other in Maryland with his son in law and new grandchild.
      Born in Cincinnati, Ohio- my wife and I moved to Deercreek in August 2005.
    Married over 30 years with two grown sons. I am President of Southern Reprographics, Inc.
    a wholesale distributor of equipment and supplies, such as wide-format papers, inks and toners for architectural and engineering businesses primarily serving the Atlanta market.

    My wife and I have always lived in planned communities, giving me broad exposure to all the typical issues facing Deercreek today. I am a past Daniel mentor and was a tutor in Take Stock in Children here in Jacksonville. In addition to these obligations, I have served on the Deercreek Access Control Committee for the past 3 years. I look forward to serving on the Board and feel my background as a homeowner and business person will benefit the Deercreek Community.


     


     

  • Thanksgiving to Go

    Deercreek Country Club can help you bring the Holiday’s Home with…”Thanksgiving to Go”
    Enjoy Thanksgiving with your family and let the club cook your dinner!
    Choose from a delectable full dinner for 6-8 people with all the trimmings or individual items.

    You don't need to be a club member to order!

    Click HERE to download order form.

     

  • The View November 2014

    Marcia and Jerry Rose
    10024 Deercreek Club Road

    For its imposing vistas front and back on two-thirds of an acre, the award of the 2014 Deercreek View goes to the home of Marcia and Jerry Rose, 10024 Deercreek Club Road. The first impression is of stately oak trees framing the front yard and shading liriope, holly ferns, caladium, and society garlic. The pavered circular drive and pathway invite visitors to a welcoming front entry with a garden bench and classic black urns filled with the fall colors of crotons, chrysanthemums and asparagus ferns. Just beyond, twin ligustrum trees are bordered with plantings of camilia sasanqua, jasmine, variegated liriope, blue daze evovulus, and loropetalum. To the side and front of the garage are a very healthy robellini palm and crepe myrtle under planted with more society garlic, plumbago, allamanda, and yellow lantana. Massive philodendrons stand guard at the left of the home.

    Turn the corner and the "Meditation Garden" comes into view. A meandering path features trees such as lemon, bottle bush, wax myrtle, queen palms, Canary Island date palms, and photinia. The garden is filled with azaleas, ligustrum, African iris, ferns, asian jasmine, and more liriope. There is even a swing for two.

    In the back yard by the pool and rear of the house are Mexican petunia, more allamanda and plumbago, pink muhly grass, yellow canna, and gardenia. A separate patio with its own fireplace and a magnificent view of the eighteenth green is set among Magnolia, crepe myrtle and pine trees. Abundant azaleas, caladiums, ferns, liriope, holly, hydrangeas, and grasses add further texture and color to the naturalized setting. All in all, the landscape of this home is peaceful, private, and spectacular.


  • Field Trip to Earth Works Garden Center

    Friday November 7, 2014 - 9:30am
    By Patty Tomka

    We are going on a Field Trip this month - instead of having a meeting so close to Thanksgiving - and you will want to come with us!  We've asked Earth Works Garden Center to give us a tour of their extensive compound. They are a family run business that started 20 years ago as a lawn maintenance company and has grown over the years to become the one-of-a-kind garden center and full service landscape business of today. They have it all!  Besides the familiar landscaping plants, dirt and mulch they also carry Palms, Native plants, Xeric plants and Aquatic plants.  But we are also going to see the gorgeous Water Gardens, the collection of Pottery and Garden Art, the Container Gardens - and the Fairy Gardens.

    Since this is prime planting season in Jacksonville now is the perfect time to get ideas for planting projects and to bring home some new plants to get started. They offer in-store help with design and choosing plants and are always happy to offer advice.  But they are also known for the hardscapes they are putting in yards now. More and more of us are putting pavers in for patios and outdoor spaces.  They can even include a waterfall and running stream in your new private space. If you watch the "Pond Stars' show on the National Geographic Wild channel you will see the Earth Works team helping the regular guys on the 'Welcome to the Jungle' episode. You can see more wonderful yard makeovers at  www.earthworksgardencenter.com
      
    We will meet at the Deercreek Pool at 9:30 am to car pool over to Earth Works.  Or you can meet us there at 10 am. The address is 12501 Beach Blvd. After our tour and shopping we will have lunch together at 'The Secret Garden' at 10095 Beach Blvd. I'm told their Fried Green Tomatoes are great!  They were featured on HGTV several years ago and are open for breakfast and lunch only. Please let us know if you plan to go with us so we can make the reservations for lunch. Call Patty Tomka 363-6086 or Adele Kunzweiler 464-0647.

    If you have any questions about the Home and Garden Club please call Anne Klueppel at 519-5368 or Lee Ann Phillips at 519-6931.  They will be glad to tell you about us. If you would like to stay and have lunch together, you can place your order before the meeting and it will be ready when we adjourn. This is a great way to meet new friends and spend time with old friends.

  • Fun & Fabulous Annual Charity Fundraiser Fashion Show

    Deercreek Women’s Alliance
    By Natalie Jackson

    The DWA will be hosting its annual charity fundraiser fashion show event, “Fun and Fabulous” on the evening of Thursday, November 6. This year’s show promises to impress everyone with stylish fashions from Chico’s. This well attended event will be held in the DCC Clubhouse main dining room. Social Hour starts at 5:30 p.m. followed by a delicious three-course dinner at 6:30 p.m. The models will hit the runway at 7:00 p.m. Tickets for this enchanting evening event are $35. There are a limited number of tickets on sale now. So, don’t miss out! Call Donna Bernard at 464-0910 to purchase your ticket with check or cash or email her at dmbernard@yahoo.com.

    To add to the excitement of the evening, there will be a raffle for some great items such as gorgeous Brahmin purse, Lilly Pulitzer scarf, $100 gift card for a romantic dinner at Bistro Aix and much more. Raffle tickets are 1 for $5, 6 for $25 and 15 for $50. The more tickets you purchase, the greater chance you have of winning a terrific prize and being a “Fun and Fabulous” winner for charity.

  • With Love for Kyle

    Click here to see more photos

     Although the rain delayed the start of the tennis matches on Saturday, September 27, it did not dampen the spirit of the “With Love for Kyle Tennis tournament.” The tennis gods finally let the sun shine for the rest of the afternoon. B, C and mixed doubles players started round robin matches, ate lunch, sipped on margaritas and enjoyed lots of great camaraderie.

    The purpose of the event was to raise funds for the children of Kyle Gouin (brother of Kris Gouin, the Director of Tennis at Deercreek), who passed away six months ago after losing his battle with leukemia. Over $6,500 was raised that will go into an educational fund for Kyle’s three children.

    Thank you to all who played and / or donated funds for this worthy cause. If you missed the event and would like to donate -checks should be made payable to: Kyle's Kids Fund
    And mailed to:
    Diane Heacox
    11150 Chester Lake Rd. W.
    Jacksonville, FL 32256

  • Ladies Night - Open to Everyone - Nov. 12, 2014

     

    Click here to download the flyer

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