Yard Drainage Work

About ten guys spent Saturday at the club working on the yard drainage.  Murph and Deadeye got the equipment to the club.  The two downspouts on the front of the club were put into drains that were trenched underground and to the driveweay area. There a drain was installed and a trench was cut across the driveway and then across the yard to the creek.  A french drain was installed alongside the driveway and connected to the drain to the creek.  This should go a long way to solving our water problems in the yard.  Those needing high fives for their work include, Dan Murphy, Don Schoendienst, Tim Daniels, Gerard Pfeffer, Dan Sucich, John Lee, Scott Taylor, Mike Green, Ray Staples.  Jonco and Mark Bay (a Gizmo friend and Glutton wannabe) also helped out at the end.  Rick moved some cones too. Truth be told, it was Murph’s friend Bob Cat that did most of the work.  It was a group effort.

Surprise Valentine Wedding

One hundred sixteen days after the first ever marriage at the Gluttons club there was a second wedding.  On Valentine’ Day Dan Sucich and Christa Rizzi were married at the club.  Hardly any one knew this was in the works until they showed up for the Valentine’s Day/Mardi Gras party at the club.  The ceremony was officiated by Jen Rieker.

Dan and Christa Wed

Congratulations to the happy couple!

Club Winterized & New Mower

Club mowerThe outdoor kitchen has been winterized. The water has been turned off and the lines to the sink and hose bib has been blown out, the water heater drained (supply lines to water heater and sink are disconnected) and the sink drain filled with RV antifreeze.  Please do not pour anything in the outdoor sink until it is de-winterized in the spring.  We left the empty RV Antifreeze jug in the sink as a reminder

The pool was also covered and winterized.

The Board authorized the purchase of a new commercial lawn mower for the club.  It’s a 61 inch Dixon gas powered zero-turn mower.  It was purchased from Western Equipment Co. in O’Fallon MO for $4499.  Click image to enlarge.

We’re going to wait until it gets closer to springtime before we purchase a weed eater and blower for the club.

New Key Entry System

The new key entry and alarm system has been installed  at the club.  So, be prepared to use your new key fob to gain entry to the club. The old card reader WILL NOT work.  You will need your personalized key code to get into the clubhouse (actually you need it to leave).  If you don’t have a new key fob yet or have forgotten your code contact Dave Heacock (314–574–3237) and he’ll get you one. 

  • When you arrive at the Club you will have to swipe your new key fob at the card reader outside the door. 
  •  The door will unlock for 5 seconds and the alarm will be automatically deactivated.
  • When you leave the club you must hit the Command button, then select Arm to arm the system.
  • Enter your personalized code number in the keypad.
  • The alarm will activate in about 30 seconds and the door will automatically lock when you leave.

Remember, you must have the new key fob and your personalized code to enter and leave the club from now on.

If you have any questions call Dave Heacock at 314–574–3237.

 

Trophy room and living room clean-up

We cleaned up and painted the trophy room and living room area of the club. We also hung up the old pictures that have been sitting in the closet for years. We hung the big screen TV in the living room above the fireplace. The plan is to leave it there and get a new one for outside next year.

LR fireplace
 The Board decided to ban fires in the fireplace.  New carpet and tile are on the way.

Trophy2
We kept all of the first place trophies and got rid of the 2nd  and 3rd  place ones because it was just too cluttered.

Trophy1

We’re ready to party

Pools open

The pool is open and the place is ready to rock.  A lot of last minute work is being done to make the place nice for Memorial Day weekend.  The outdoor kitchen won’t be done and there is a lot of trim work to be done yet, but the major construction is just about complete.  If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll be amazed.  A lot of people put a lot of effort to make the place look great.  See you this weekend!