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We hope you enjoy all of the new information being posted on our website and visit here often. Feel free to provide feedback or input by using the Contact Us link located in the top left menu.  This link will send your message to the Carryl Company and cc the Board President, Vice President and the Web manager.
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~ News ~
Emergency Contact Form
Posted on Feb 5th, 2020
If you would find someone (especially the single types in our association) lying on the floor out cold – would neighbors or Cheri know who to contact? With many folks dropping their landlines – is your info with the Carryl Co. up-to-date?  A contact form can be found here and since we are at the start of a new decade – maybe it is a good time to do some updating.
February Village News Now Published
Posted on Feb 5th, 2020
The latest edition of the Village News can be found on the Village News link on the left side of the home page of the website.  The February issue contains information on night lighting, upcoming association social events, sewer maintenance and much more.  Check it out!
 
Note:  An archive link has been added to the bottom of the Village News edition page with issues previous to 2017.
Updated Property Maps Now Available!
Posted on Nov 6th, 2019
Two new property maps are now available on the Resource Center page which can be found in the top left menu on the website home page.  One map is a Google map footprint and the other is a Google map overview.  These can be accessed without logging in to the website.

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~ Upcoming Events ~
SCCA February Board Meeting
Monday, February 17th, 6:30pm
The next SCCA Board Meeting will be held in the Club House.  Everyone is welcome to attend.
State Primary Elections
Tuesday, February 18th at High Point Church
Supreme Court primary
With so much news out there, the primary for a seat on Wisconsin’s Supreme Court has not gotten much attention – and it is a 10-year term! 
Ed Fallone, Jill Karofsky and Daniel Kelly are running .  Only two can be on the final ballot on 7 April.  PBS Wisconsin (the new name for WPT) ran interviews with each of them on Frederica Freyberg’s  “Here and Now” program recently. You can rewatch them here, just type the word "supreme" in the search box at the bottom of the page.
 

~ Things To Do ~
           Fun Things to Do
 
                        
            
                 
                          WINTER FUN!
 
 
 
Sunday, 16 Feb – 1:00-2:30
CRICUT  MACHINE  DEMO !!!!
 
Your social committee brings you ---- the CRICUT  !!!   You wanted it - you got it !
What - Stephanie Frontz will demonstrate her Cricut machine that we have heard so much about.  The Cricut cuts hundreds of materials quickly and accurately from the most delicate paper and fabric to matboard and leather.  Using its software, you can even create your own designs.
When - Sunday, 16 February, from 1:00 - 2:30
Where - the clubhouse
Bring - anything you want to drink and a SMALL nibble to share
 
February 22-23, 10:00-4:00 - Fine Art & Craft Sale at Olbrich Gardens
 
February 29, 10:00-5:00 - International Festival 2020 at the Overture,, FREE
 
March 14 - Saturday – We’ll put on some green and celebrate St. Pat’s day with a potluck. Mary
Jo Sanford has volunteered to make the corned beef again. (It was delicious last year !!)  More info coming.
 
May – Start digging through your house now so you are ready for a yard sale in May!
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Alisha Ashman Library Events
Click on the link below for ongoing events at the Alisha Ashman Library:
 
Arboretum Events
Click on this link  to find a list of events happening in the Arboretum. As the Arboretum website explains, "Events include educational tours of gardens and restorations, family programs, volunteer work parties, and classes. Many are free, all are open to the public. Most events are drop in and do not require registration.”