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 

Suneil Kuthiala

Robert & Karen Hrinuk

Shakil & Tahera Saulat


We Say Goodbye 

Drew & Jennifer Glassman

Russell & Jenelle Thompson



News and Updates

  • August 2015 Board Meeting Highlights

    CLICK HERE to check out Board Meeting Highlights from August 2015


  • Reminder!

    Quarterly Assessments are due and payable October 1.
    Late fee and interest applies after October 30, 2015.

  • Directory Updates

    We are updating our community directory and the new edition will be available in January 2016. To update your listing in the directory, fill out the online form on our website. Click HERE for link.

    We must receive this information by October 30. If we do not receive any changes, your information will be listed as it currently appears.

    You may also download and print this FORM and return it to the Guardhouse by October 30.

  • The View - October 2015

    By Dena Grossman

    Paul and Julie Mohrman


    Tucked away at the end of a small cul de sac, off Deercreek Club Road, a new paver driveway and path provide a beautiful entrance to the home of Paul and Julie Mohrman. Colorful plants enfold the front yard in a variety of color and species, azaleas, lorapetulum, agapanthus, society garlic, plumbago, African Iris and ligustrums. Massive drift roses engulf a corner of the back yard, which sits adjacent to the lake on number ten fairway. What a view from both the front and back of the Mohrman home.

  • October 2015


    A Train in Winter

    In October the Literary Circle will read and discuss A Train in Winter by Caroline Moorehead.

    This remarkable book is the story of 230 French women, who were rounded up by the Gestapo and sent to Auschwitz. It is about who they were, how and why they joined the French Resistance, how they were captured, their journey to Auzchwitz and their daily life in the death camps, and what it was like for the 49 survivors when they returned to France. Six of the women were still alive in 2010 and able to tell their stories of the great affection and camaraderie that took hold among the group. They became friends, and it was this friendship that kept them alive.

    The next meeting will be at the home of Cary Flynn on Monday, Oct. 19th at 10:00am. For more information about this group please contact Mary Louise Selzer at 363-1618 or MLSelzer@comcast.net


    By B.J. Weyer, Watson Realty Corp. REALTORS®

     October is here! With the holidays around the corner, now is a great time for projects around the home. Paint the front door, trim the landscaping, or pressure wash the sidewalks & driveway to freshen up your home as you prepare for a busy time of year.

    Real estate activity in Deercreek remains steady even with the summer selling season over. Two homes are under contract waiting to close and 10 homes are currently for sale in Deercreek. 13 homes sold and closed over the last three months. There is also a For Sale By Owner home on the market.

    The 2 homes under contract are 11167 Chester Lake Rd, a 3098 square foot, 5 Bedroom/4 Bath home listed at $409,900; and 10127 Bishop Lake Rd, a 3073 square foot, 4 Bedroom/3 Bath home listed at $438,000.

    Homes listed for sale in Deercreek are priced from $319,900 - $689,500 (NEFAR MLS 9/4/15). The List Price per Square Ft varies from $129.63 to $162.44, with the average at $148.81, up from $141.60. These homes range in size from 2155 to 4771 square feet, offering a size for everyone.

    Prices range from $315,000 to $875,000, with an average of $463,662, for the 13 homes sold over the three-month period ending September 4. The average price per square foot is $138.96, up from $136.93. The smallest home sold was 2050 square feet while the largest was 6190. The 13 homes were on the market on average 93 days, up from 75 days.

    As the weather cools in October, walk around Deercreek and gain inspiration for your next project. Consider what you can do to enhance the appearance and the value of your home. Who knows, maybe your project will be the one to inspire the next project your neighbor tackles

  • Ronald McDonald House - Halloween Costume Drive

     It’s not too early to start thinking about Halloween costumes! We had such a phenomenal success last year with our Halloween costume drive for the Ronald McDonald House – we are doing it again this October. The children were SO excited to have brand new Halloween costumes of their own, and it certainly made a difference, distracting them from the difficult times they are experiencing.

    We are collecting new, unopened Halloween costumes between October 1 and 23 (sorry, due to the health of the children used costumes are not accepted). Suggested sizes are anywhere from toddler to young 'tweens' with Halloween accessories being the most preferred items (i.e. animal ears and tails and hats).

    So remember as you are shopping, please consider picking up a small item that could be utilized by the RMHC for Halloween and drop it in the markeDCCOd bin at the guard gate or at Barbara Smiths’ house: 7804 Blakeford Mill Lane or 716-1734.

  • Spotlight on Charity: The RITA Foundation

    The RITA Foundation (Research Is The Answer) was started in 1996 to help raise funds for breast cancer research in the Jacksonville area. To date, the foundation has raised over $4 million dollars. From its humble beginnings by Chuck and Nancy Jantz it grew to several different events ranging from, tennis tournaments, black-tie gala, 5K run, and a golf tournament. SenioRITAs at Sawgrass was developed by a group of ladies under the RITA umbrella, catering to age appropriate tennis called SenioRITA (40-54) and (55 +). This year, SenioRITA matches will be held 16-17-18 October, at the Sawgrass Country Club. All proceeds from all of these events are donated to local hospitals and research programs only in the Jacksonville area. The RITA Foundation is an all-volunteer foundation (no salaries), with minimal overhead. This year, the Deercreek Women’s Alliance is supporting the RITA Championships and SenioRITAs with a Bronze level sponsorship as well as over twelve ladies playing in the weekend matches. Good Luck to all the Senioritas!
    We are grateful for the privilege to donate to this wonderful organization.

  • Access Control Committee: Halloween Safety

    By Tommy Walters

    October means first of all Halloween, and being watchful for all the children trick or treating. Second, there was a very fine article in last month's newsletter about the new left turn lanes off Southside into Deercreek. Courtesy and watchfulness are the key words here. Last, as always, please enter guests names in the gate system before any social event. That will speed up guest access tremendously.

  • Deercreek Home and Garden Club

    By Patty Tomka

    Tuesday, October 27 at 10 a.m.

    Barbara Langston's Antique Roadshow

    Do you have an ugly ‘Family Heirloom’ gathering dust on a shelf? Could it possibly be worth something?

    Barbara Langston is coming to Deercreek to tell you what it is and if it is worth more than sentimental value.  

    She has been entertaining us with stories about the unique items brought in for appraisals over the years.Her knowledge is vast and she is both fun and interesting. She knows her stuff so bring along a treasure for appraisal at the October 27 meeting and prepare to be amazed!

    Cheryl Rowan will be hosting a Silpada Jewelry Sale also, so come with your Christmas list in hand.She always gives a percentage of the sales back to the Garden Club to fund our projects so we all benefit.

    The meeting starts at 10 am and you can preorder lunch if you choose to stay after the meeting to visit with friends.We hope to see you – and your treasures – there. For membership information, call Anne Klueppel (519-5368) or Lee Ann Phillips (519-6931).

    Deercreek Home and Garden Club, where no one is a stranger for long.

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  • Desks, Credenza, End Table/Bar Table

    Miscellanous Desks, Credenza's starting at $50 to $125 each End table/Bar/Table Unit at $100 Verticle Legal File Cabinets @$65 ea Contact: (904) 803-0488    

  • Beautiful Desk, Credenza, Hutch, FileSofa Table and End Tabless

    Beautiful Executive Desk, Credenza, Hutch and Matching Lateral File $1,200.: Beautiful Dining or Conference Table 10' and 8 real leather tufted chairs $3,000.; Sofa table and two end tables, one with fold down sides solid wood. Very nice condition. Sell all 3 for $200.

  • Silk window treatments

       Item for sale: Silk window treatments Complete Description: Beautiful red and gold custom made window treatments and hardware. Price:  $500 each set Contact: Donna@c3mediagroup.net

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