Clubhouse & Grounds

The application of “Shark Grip” to the tan area of the new pool deck has solved the slipping problem.  Shark Grip has a semi-gloss appearance, but it is completely cured and very slip resistant, even when wet.  

Approved bidders have been sent the revised scope of work document for the Clubhouse kitchen and ladies restroom.    

The work on the address marker for the Clubhouse continues.  On March 22 two board members traveled to the engravers to view and approve the stenciled design on the boulder prior to the actual sandblasting.  After viewing the boulder and talking with the company, there were a couple more steps the Board wanted to have taken to present a flatter and more uniform color to the whole stone prior to engraving the lettering.  Additional time is estimated to be about three weeks.

The bocce ball court is up and being used for practice and spring tournament play.  The pool heaters are ON. The volleyball game is back in the pool and ready to be enjoyed.  Let the exercise and fun begin! 

New flowers have been planted and fertilized around the fountain and Clubhouse entrance.  The Drift and Knockout Roses planted inside the pool area gardens are in beautiful spring bloom.

The new “Sunbrella” umbrellas are up, and they look great.  The table versions have a new “easy tilt” system so users seeking shade can rotate and dip the umbrella to follow the path of the sun.

Without staff member Ruben, Clubhouse office staff and many resident volunteers have been hard pressed to ready the outdoor area for warm weather and keep up with the daily job of reconfiguring the various indoor rooms for the many activities that take place every day.  Thank you to all who have been pitching in for Ruben and continue to do so until his return.  Your help keeps Windsor Hills a cut above other communities in the area.