Rivers Edge Golf Club Couples Tournament

On Monday, February 13, 2023 the REGC hosted its annual Couples Tournament. Low net winners with a score of 53 were Terri and Bill Brock. Low gross winners with a score of 71 were John O’Donnell and Kim York.

Gross Winners-
1st- John O’Donnell & Kim York (71)
2nd- Greg Bender & Jane Lea (72)
3rd- Harold & Kathy Strunk (73)
4th- Richard & Sue Raad (73)
5th- Nick Micale & Shirley Arnold (77)

Net Winners-
1st- Bill & Terry Brock (53)
2nd- Bart & Kathleen Pasquale (56)
3rd- John & Georgia Folkins (60)
4th- Michael & Gerri Cox (62)
5th- Rob Pick & Teri Daly (62

L-R: Terri and Bill Brock, John O’Donnell, Kim York

 

REVA Hosts Foursome for Heroes

On December 14, the Rivers Edge Veterans Association (REVA) hosted a Foursome for Heroes golf outing at the Rives Edge Golf Club. Foursome for Heroes golf events are organized by Operation North State (ONS) in partnership with veterans associations and golf clubs in North Carolina. REVA has been hosting Foursome for Heroes golf outings since 2020. At this event REVA hosted four (4) Wounded Warriors / D-Vets and the Director of ONS. Six (6) REVA members participated. After a chilly, but enjoyable, day on the golf course lunch was as the veterans shared stories and camaraderie. 

REVA’s Fundraiser at W&F

On Friday, November 11 (Veterans Day) and Monday, November 14 the Rivers Edge Veterans Association (REVA) held a fundraiser at Wing & Fish (W&F), 4764 Main St. Shallotte. By manning the entrance and passing out flyers listing all of our charities, REVA received 10% of W&F proceeds. For our efforts and with the support of local residents and particularly the residents of Rivers Edge, REVA received a donation of $500. We estimate that Rivers Edge residents spent well over this amount on food and drinks! Once again REVA thanks you for your support!

REVA Adopts-A-Highway

As a Community Service Project, the Rivers Edge Veterans Association (REVA) is participating in North Carolina’s Adopt-A-Highway program. REVA has adopted the section of Copas Road from Village Road to Mill Pond Road; approximately 1.7 miles. On Tuesday, November 29, twenty (20) REVA members equipped with gloves, trash bags, trash picker-uppers, and safety vests were divided into five (5) teams and participated in our first attempt to collect trash along Copas Road. We were actually very successful. Approximately fifteen (15) bags of trash were collected. This will be a quarterly project for REVA. Our next clean-up will be in late February. So before you toss a cigarette butt, beer can, or Styrofoam cup out your window along Copas Road, remember that your neighbors will be picking it up. 

As always, REVA thanks you for your support!