Shop for Dad at the Big Canoe Tennis Pro Shop Sale

Hugh Father’s Day Sale

Now through Sunday, June 19, 2011

For those of you coming home to Big Canoe to visit Dad on Fathers Day, hit the Big Canoe  Tennis Pro Shop and check out the great Father’s Day sale going on through Sunday, June 19. Purchase a Wilson shirt and  get one-half off the matching shorts . Get a matching Wilson shirt for 25% off with a purchase of shorts. Wilson, K Swiss, and Head men’s shoes are all 30% off with a bonus of three free cans of Head tennis balls included. Buy a man’s hat and get one can of Penn tennis balls free. All men’s tennis bags are 50% off.  There is definitely something for every Big Canoe Dad to love at this sale.

Spring has come to Big Canoe

Geese love Big Canoe This photo of a gosling sunning on the shore of Lake Petit, taken by Big Canoe resident Jim Tanner, is just another sign that Spring has arrived at Big Canoe. Come enjoy our natural habitat and the serenity of our beautiful Big Canoe mountains.

Shelby Collins 404-863-2676

Big Canoe Employee Lost Home in Storm

 

Sarah Burnett, a Big Canoe food and beverage employee,  and her family lost their home and all of their belongings in the Pickens County  storms this week.  Sarah, her husband and their three children need household goods ,clothing and toys but monetary donations are welcome as well.

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Clothing sizes are as follows:

Son-Jake, age four ….. Boys size 5-6, shoe size 12 ½

Daughter-Summer, age nine…….Girls size 10-12, shoe size 7 ½ women’s

Daughter Morgan, age eleven…..Women size 4 to 5, shoe size 7 ½ women’s

Sarah……Junior size 11 Pants, Med-Large women Shirts, shoe size 8

Last Nights Storms Leave Little Damage in Big Canoe

While the thunder and lightening kept many Big Canoe residents awake, there was minimal damage to the community during the storms of last night. Most home damage was from water intrusion during the torrential rains.  As usual, the maintenance personell at Big Canoe quickly cleared downed trees from roads.  Unfortunately, the western part of Pickens County was not so fortunate as many homes suffered wind and water damage. Our thoughts are with people who were impacted by the storms.

Just another sign consumer confidence is back

I just read yet  another article that supports my thought that consumer confidence along with the housing market is improving. Residential architects are reporting that home owners are opting for larger kitchens and bathrooms, and in some cases,  want even more than one kitchen as in the “guest kitchens” on the terrace level of so many Big Canoe homes. Gone is the austerity of the past two years when people were willing to settle for smaller kitchens and bathrooms. Bigger is better and it is back in a big way.