Posted on December 21, 2016 7:10 PM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
The 2016 Cameron Wood Holiday Lights contest was a tough one to judge this year, and we were thankful for the new sets of eyes (from outside of CW) who helped determine the winners. Congratulations to our 2016 winners!
  • Best Overall – 10223 Summer House Ct – Harbin’s
  • Most Illuminating – 9200 Four Acre Ct – Vandoren’s
  • Best Traditional – 3201 Old Chapel Ln – Cordero’s
  • Best cluster/block – 3400 Block of Abbey Hill Ln
Best Overall (photo): 
Most Illuminating (photo): 
Best Traditional (photo): 
The top individual houses will all receive gift cards to Lowes, and the winning group will win $100 toward a block party for their area (contact Andrew Swistak – for details and to coordinate). There were many great houses in the neighborhood and some came really close to winning in the above categories, so be sure to check out these ‘Honorable Mentions’ as you drive/walk around Cameron Wood!
Honorable Mentions (in no particular order):
  • 9245 Deer Spring Ln
  • 9225 Stonecrop Ct
  • 3433 Loch Stone Ct
  • 3432 Loch Stone Ct
  • 3112 Wind Flower Ln
  • 9130 Arbor Glen Ln
  • 3207 Old Chapel Ln
  • 9229 Covey Hollow Ct
  • 9003 Warbler Ct
  • 3613 Abbey Hill Ln
  • 10023 Brass Eagle Ln
  • 9100 block of Covey Hollow Ct
  • 3100 block of English Sparrow Ln
Enjoy the holidays, and thanks for spreading cheer through impressive light displays and decorations!
Posted on December 16, 2016 11:38 AM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
Categories: CMPD
Read the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department December Newsletter, here: CMPD December Newsletter.
Posted on December 16, 2016 11:21 AM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
Categories: Neighborhood News
Click here to see the most up to date information regarding the rezoning and new construction plans for the Southminster Retirement Community.
Some residents may be affected by this construction, especially those who live on or near Winghaven Lane and Old Chapel Lane. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Ty Shaffer of Robinson, Bradshaw, and Hinson P.A. at or ?704-377-8142.
Posted on December 8, 2016 4:35 PM by Alessandra Macaluso, CW Webmaster
<3 CW is a big-hearted neighborhood! <3 We have so many charities and fundraisers going on, all organized by CW residents. We'd like to put them all in once place so everyone has a quick reference. They are: 

We will add new opportunities as they come. Feel free to email me at and I will add to the list.
Posted on December 7, 2016 1:47 PM by Alessandra Macaluso, CW Webmaster
Categories: Local Nightlife
On a recent Tuesday, I needed a night out with a friend (read: parenthood was driving me insane). We didn’t need anything particularly fancy, but we did want the essentials: good food, a bit of ambiance, a friendly atmosphere -- and a half-price bottle of wine wouldn’t hurt.
The question was, where should we go? South Park? Ballantyne? Call an Uber and head to Uptown? One of the reasons I love this neighborhood is because we are sandwiched right in the middle of all the hot spots. But then we remembered something even closer to home that I often overlook: Pineville. And specifically, Global Restaurant.
After a three-minute drive and just 2.6 miles from home, we were already parked and walking to Global. I realized during the short walk from the car to the restaurant just how charming Downtown Pineville is, with it’s corner café, vintage shops, and craft beer, set to the soundtrack of the live music coming from Global. After living in this area for over six years, it suddenly felt like Pineville had “woken up”.
And Global Restaurant more than adds to the charm. The historical two-story building at 314 Main Street, originally built in 1923 as a bank (downstairs) and a doctor’s office (upstairs), was renovated by Chef Bernard Brunet and his lovely wife, Shannon. (By the way, the Brunets have such an interesting story of how they met that I suggest you go there and specifically ask them to share it with you as you devour a bowl of She Crab Soup. I won’t give too much away, but what I will tell you is that “French Boy Meets Carolina Girl on Cruise Ship” could be a title for their love story.) Chef Bernard was born in Nice, France, but has spent his professional career in different regions of France, England, Russia, and eventually traveling the world on a cruise ship collecting a wide array of culinary expertise (hence the name Global), before finally settling here in Charlotte.
The Brunets moved Global Restaurant from it’s original location in Ballantyne to this new Pineville location, opening the doors this past June. The upstairs floor of the restaurant is more private, great for parties and events (keep a lookout for their NYE party!), while the downstairs is perfect for both intimate and group gatherings. Sit at a table with friends or to savor a cozy date night, or grab a seat at the bar and casually enjoy items from the “Bar Bites” menu. (You can see a virtual tour of the restaurant here.)
But back to my friend and I, and our “mom’s night out”. We sat at the bar, we drank too much wine, we talked too much, and we probably stayed a little too late. But we felt right at home because everyone working at this family-owned business was warm and accommodating, helping with our dinner selections and refilling our wine. We had the NC Trout Spread from the “Bar Bites” menu to start, which was the perfect introduction to the deliciousness we were in for.  We followed it up with the Bourride Provencal (made with Carolina shrimp) and the Maple Leaf Farm Duck, both exceptional in flavor and presentation. I’ve already bookmarked the Farro – NC Butternut Squash Cabbage Roll with parmesan broth and toasted walnuts for my next visit.
Chef Bernard uses high-quality ingredients and sources locally when possible, allowing patrons the opportunity to support local businesses on more than one level. He also changes the menu to reflect the seasons, so basically we’ll never get bored and he’s never getting rid of us. (Sorry, Bernard.)
Chef Bernard came over to say hello and later sat at the end of the bar eating a burger that honestly looked so good I almost leaned over and snatched a bite when he wasn’t looking. It’s important to note, that’s how close we were sitting. He is approachable, charming, and made us feel welcome and cared for. You can gather right away that he loves his customers and food with a fierce passion. Between he and his wife, Shannon, who was tending bar, we felt we were spending a weeknight with good friends.
We went back the following week (because who wouldn’t, after that first experience?), and were impressed to find Chef Bernard’s eight-year-old son, Xavier, sitting at the bar eating a delicious dinner. Possibly the truest testament to good food is to see a child enjoying it, because with children, there is no sugar coating. No one was standing over him making sure he was finishing his food, and nobody needed to, because this boy was going to town.
Global has officially found its way onto my radar, and the fact that it is so close to home is an added bonus. You can say it’s because of all those things we were looking for: ambiance, good food, local ingredients, friendly owners. But there is that something you can’t quite put your finger on which Global offers that keeps you coming back. Chef Bernard would likely say it is the “je ne sais quoi”. I might say it is the “black truffle sea salt pomme frites and half-price bottles of wine”. Potato, potahto
For reservations at Global call 714-835-1072 or book right on their website. Follow them for event updates and more on Facebook and Twitter.
Global Restaurant is a paid sponsor for Cameron Wood. Support Local and visit them for your next night out! If you are interested in a sponsored post featuring your business or service please contact our Webmaster
Posted on October 28, 2016 2:01 PM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
Categories: Neighborhood News
CW Pumpkin Fest 2016
Thank you to the CW Children's Team for another great Pumpkin Fest!  The children of CW enjoyed crafting their own unique pumpkins, provided by the CWHOA.
Help keep our annual neighborhood traditions alive and volunteer for the next event!  If you're short on time, consider emailing us ideas for events you'd like to see offered in CW in the future.
Click here for more details and contact information: CW Volunteering.
CW Connection in mailboxes this week!
Expect the Fall Issue of the CW Connection neighborhood newsletter in mailboxes this week!  There you will find lots of Fall inspired tidbits, a fun family recipe from our own CW Webmaster, upcoming event information, a personal note from the CWHOA President and more!
Newsletters are posted to the CW website for your convenience.  If you would like to opt out of mailings, please email the Editor.

CWSRC Adult Halloween Party- SATURDAY
TOMORROW! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 7:30 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Cameron Wood Swim and Racquet Club
Host: The Ghouls of Cameron Wood  704-516-0031
Join the Cameron Wood ghouls for our 9th annual ADULTS-ONLY Halloween party.
Beer and wine
Finger food
Costume contest
Fire pit
$20 per person after October 25, including walk-ins. Reserve your tickets and make a secure payment via PayPal (link in Evite also), or deliver cash or check to Sarah McDevitt at 10136 Reniston Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210.
*Make checks payable to CWSRC*
Questions? Contact Sarah McDevitt at
Candy Buy Back or Donate
Buy Back:
Tuesday, November 4th
4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Carolinas Healthcare System | SouthPark Emergency Department
6965 Fairview Road | Charlotte, NC 28211
A family event with fun activities, healthy snacks and giveaways.
Oktoberfest 2016 - another success!
It was another great turn out for our annual CW Oktoberfest!  Though we don’t have official attendance numbers, I would have to say that this year topped them all.  Weather, music, and food made this a great event for everyone.  We ate our way through 700 brats and hot dogs, 110lbs of potato salad and cole slaw, and more than 1200 cookies.

Many thanks are due to many people….
  • A special thank you to my wife, Gail, for enduring another year of planning, prepping, serving and cleaning without complaint;
  • All of the adult and youth volunteers that helped bring the event together;
  • Katherine Neal and her group for coordinating the food drive.  Cameron Wood continues to show how generous and caring we are by collecting over 500lbs of non-perishable food for Loaves and Fishes;
  • CW HOA for continuing to fund and support what has become an annual and much anticipated CW tradition;
  • Our corporate partners:  Pinnacle Amusements, SouthEnd Home Improvement, and Triple C Brewing Co. for providing different elements to make our CW Oktoberfest a great event.

A special thank you this year to the band Common Ground for providing a fantastic collection of songs and overall awesome music experience!

Auf Wiedersehen, David Lewyn
A VERY BIG THANK YOU TO DAVID LEWYN for heading this event up every year!
"Once again our community was lucky to have David Lewyn dedicate himself to organizing a wonderful Oktoberfest.  This is the most popular event that we host each year and we are incredibly lucky to have David put this show on.  Not only does he manage the vendors, order the beer, pickup all the food, cook all the food, organize volunteers, and make sure everyone is having a great time, but he also helps organize donations for Loaves and Fishes.  David has almost single-handedly put on this event for years and we are extremely grateful for him."  -Chris, CWHOA President
CW Safety
Happy Halloween!  Please be safe Monday evening, October 31, as CW children, families and friends enjoy trick-or-treating through the neighborhood!  Talk with your children about safety before heading out!
S  Swords, knives & similar costume accessories should be short,
     soft & flexible.
A  Avoid trick-or-treating alone. Walk in groups or with a trusted adult.
Fasten reflective tape to costumes and bags to help drivers see you.
E  Examine all treats for choking hazards and tampering before eating
     them. Limit the amount of treats you eat.
H  Hold a flashlight while trick-or-treating to help you see and others see
      you. Always WALK and don't run from house to house.
A  Always test make-up in a small area first. Remove it before bedtime to
      prevent possible skin and eye irritation.
L  Look both ways before crossing the street. Use established crosswalks
     wherever possible.
L  Lower your risk for serious eye injury by not wearing decorative contact
O  Only walk on sidewalks whenever possible, or on the far edge of the road
      facing traffic to stay safe.
W Wear well-fitting masks, costumes, and shoes to avoid blocked vision,
       trips, and falls.
E  Eat only factory-wrapped treats. Avoid eating homemade treats made by
E  Enter homes only if you're with a trusted adult. Only visit well-lit houses.
     Don't stop at dark houses. Never accept rides from strangers.
N  Never walk near lit candles or luminaries. Be sure to wear flame-resistant
Tips brought to you by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Next HOA Meeting
CWHOA HOA Budget Meeting
TBA- stay tuned for the next eNews for more details

6:30 p.m.  Residents’ Forum, 7:00 p.m. Board of Directors Meeting
The BOD, Board of Directors, meetings are held quarterly as necessary.  These meetings are open to all CW residents. Please be aware that all those attending the board meeting are there only to observe and not to participate. Questions and comments from residents are limited to the time on the agenda set aside for the Residents’ Open Forum.  If you plan to address the board with questions or with comments, please let us know in advance.  You may do so by contacting a member of the BOD, listed on the Cameron Wood website.
Hope to see you there!
Posted on October 19, 2016 9:38 AM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
The Annual CW Oktoberfest was a blast!! Stay tuned for photos and highlights from the event. In the meantime, here are the latest news items for Cameron Wood: 
CWSRC Adult Halloween Party

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 7:30 p.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Cameron Wood Swim and Racquet Club
Host: The Ghouls of Cameron Wood  704-516-0031
Join the Cameron Wood ghouls for our 9th annual ADULTS-ONLY Halloween party.
  • Beer and wine
  • Finger food
  • DJ
  • Costume contest
  • Fire pit

$15 per person, if paid by October 25, $20 per person after October 25, including walk-ins. Reserve your tickets and make a secure payment via PayPal (link in Evite also), or deliver cash or check to Sarah McDevitt at 10136 Reniston Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210.

*Make checks payable to CWSRC*
Questions? Contact Sarah McDevitt at

Harris Teeter Together in Education
Let's support our community schools!  By linking your Harris Teeter VIC cardto your school of choice, you can help schools earn extra funds for educational needs by simply doing the shopping you are already doing!  You can do this even if you do not have children attending!
Each August residents just need to go to Harris Teeter's website and link their VIC card to these schools.  They can choose one of the three schools or select all of them.  A percentage of the dollars spent on Harris Teeter brand products will go to these schools.  They will receive checks three times during the year.
How long does this program run? August 1 - May 31
The contribution schedule looks like this:
August - November 1st Contribution to schools (Paid in December)
December - February 2nd Contribution to schools (Paid in March)
March- May 3rd Contribution to schools (Paid in June)
Current Stats
Smithfield - ID# 3050 - 147 people signed up; $170.01 raised so far this year
Quail Hollow - ID# 1471 - 64 people signed up; $76.66 raised so far this year
South Meck - ID #2192 - 243 people; $332.88 raised so far this year
Easy step by step instructions for signing up:

1.  Go to
2.  Click the Community Tab dropdown and select Together in Education.
3.  Click Link to Your School on the left hand side of the page.
4.  Follow the instructions.  Registered web site users and completely new users can sign up.
Registered Users
If you are already a member of My Harris Teeter, follow the directions below:

      - Simply enter your email address and password under the Returning Users section.
      - You will be redirected to your dashboard.
      - Click on 'Together In Education' in the left hand side navigation to link to your schools.
      - Click 'Add School' and search for the school that you would like to link to your VIC card.
      - Once you find the school, click on it to add to the 'Current Schools' section.
      - If you would like to link to a previous school, click 'Make Current' by the name of the school in the 'Previous Schools' section.
New Users
      - Click the 'Sign Up' button.
      - Fill in ALL of the required fields (Last Name, Zip Code, VIC card number and/or phone number) and click 'Submit.'
      - Choose your name out of the list of names provided to you, and click 'Continue.'
      - Choose the email that you would like to create a profile for, or create a new email address, and click 'Continue.'
      - Fill out the required fields, denoted by a red * and click 'Save.'
      - You will be redirected to your 'Manage Subscriptions' page.
      - Click on 'Together In Education' in the left hand side navigation to link to your schools.
      - Click 'Add School' and search for the school that you would like to link to your VIC card.
      - Once you find the school, click on it to add to the 'Current Schools' section.
      - If you would like to link to a previous school, click 'Make Current' by the name of the school in the 'Previous Schools' section.
You can search by the school's name or code.
Smithfield Elementary = 3050
Quail Hollow Middle School = 1471
South Meck High School = 2192
Quail Hollow Middle School is the lowest rated of the three schools and needs the most financial support.
NeighborWoods Tree Grant
We are thankful to have won a grant from the city and TreesCharlotte for free trees and are currently working on preparation for the plant day on Saturday, March 4, 2017.
If you are interested in the program and haven't yet expressed interest please email HOA president Chris Corcoran at .  Over 70 residents have already reached out to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity and participate in the community planting event.
You've been Booed!
Check out our latest guest post on the CW Blog, from resident Elizabeth Corcoran about a fun activity taking place in our neighborhood during the month of October. Want to play? Read on!

Open House at Smithfield Elementary
Open House at Smithfield Elementary
Thursday, November 3, 2016
9:30 a.m.

Considering Smithfield for your child? Come see what makes our school a great choice! Please join us for an Open House on November 3 at 9:30 a.m.You'll get to see classes in action and take a tour of our campus. Principal Allison Plunkett and Assistant Principal Jill Trotter will be on hand to share information about the curriculum and programs that make Smithfield so unique.

Please email any questions about this event to Karen Whichard at No RSVP required - we hope to see you there!
Casino Night Fundraiser
Casino Night Fundraiser
Saturday, November 5, 7:00 p.m.
Cameron Wood Swim and Racquet Clubhouse

Join us Saturday, November 5th at 7:00 p.m. at Cameron Wood Swim and Racquet Clubhouse for blackjack, roulette, craps and fun. Light refreshments will be served and BYOB. FUNNY money of $300 will be included in ticket price of $30.

Tickets will be limited and available October 1.  Open to all CW residents as well as family & friends outside of CW.
Proceeds will be provided to organizations that assist families impacted by colon cancer in honor of our friend and Blue Ribbon Warrior, Doc Mahaffey.
Help Wanted!  In need of volunteers!
Contact Lisa Sher at 980-254-6584 or for more information.
Realtor Greg Macaluso, Costello Real Estate and Investments, CW Resident
Greg’s background consists of spending over 15 years as a Compliance Officer working for Smith Barney in NY, then relocating to Charlotte working for LPL Financial, and most recently TIAA-CREF. Having such an understanding for a client’s overall financial well-being and having spent a career assisting clients in making sound investment choices, Greg decided to transition his skill set to Costello Real Estate & Investments which allowed him to work with Charlotte area homeowners and investors to acquire and sell property within the region.
One of life’s most important financial decisions should be assisted by someone who understands the significance of that decision. Let Greg put his knowledge, experience, and dedication to work for you.
"My philosophy is simple: clients come first. I pledge to be in constant communication with you, keeping you fully informed throughout the entire buying or selling process. My belief is this: if you’re not left with an amazing experience, I haven’t done my job. Success is not measured through achievements or awards, but through the satisfaction of my clients."
CW Advertising opportunities
Interested in advertising your business?  We have very competitive rates and 10% off for residents to advertise to over 800 CW residents.  We will 'Like' your business Facebook page for FREE with any purchase.  CW Connection newsletters are issued quarterly.  Get featured in the eNews for just $25! We also offer ways of advertising your business on our website and through social media, so don't hesitate to ask!
If you have any questions, suggestions or news to share, please contact the Editor or the Webmaster.
Posted on September 29, 2016 1:51 PM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
Today we are featuring a guest post from resident Elizabeth Corcoran about a fun activity taking place in our neighborhood during the month of October. Want to play?? Read on! 
As we move into October, I am reminded by my children that Halloween is a time for Tricks and LOTS of Treats.  Last year we heard our doorbell ring, but when we answered we didn't find anyone.  The only thing that was left behind were some fun and tasty treats with a note saying we had been "Booed".  My children and I thought it was so special to receive an anonymous bag of treats from a friend in the neighborhood, but we were even more excited to go "BOO" some of our other neighborhood friends. 
Over the next two days we planned our Booing.  First, we decided who we wanted to Boo, then we went and picked out all the special treats for our friends, and lastly (the most exciting part for a toddler)...we snuck up to our friends house as stealthy as a two year old could, sat the treats on their front porch, rang the bell and then RAN and hid so we could watch their surprise when they saw they had been BOOED!!!!!
I had never heard of this neighborhood game before, much less participated in it, but now that I have children the fun has begun!  If you haven't been booed before, I'll explain how it works so you aren't alarmed if this happens to you.  Here's how it works and what you'll need to get the game started:
  1. Print out a "You've been booed" sign or poem to include in your bag of treats AND a "We've been Booed" sign for your friend to put in their window after they've been booed.  You can find these free printables all over the internet or you can design one yourself.   
  2. Make a treat bag for your friends. This can include Halloween themed items, toys, games, candy, stickers, whatever you think your friends will enjoy. 
  3. Place the two "You've been booed" and "We've been Booed" signs in the treat bag.
  4. Let the fun begin and play sneak-a-boo at your neighborhood friend's house.  Make sure they haven't already been booed by looking for the "We've been booed" sign hanging on their front door.  If all is clear, you'll hang the treat bag on their door knob, ring the bell, and then run!  
*Please be courteous to your neighborhood friends and only "boo" those that you think will enjoy this fun game.  If you have been booed, do not feel obligated to participate but you may want to hang the "we've been booed" sign up so that you aren't booed again. Lastly, when ringing doorbells of friends please be mindful of little ones bedtimes; before dark is probably okay for most friends.  
Want to join in the Neighborhood Halloween Fun?!
-CW Resident Elizabeth Corcoran
Posted on September 22, 2016 7:51 PM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
Categories: General
Update from Beth Jackson, CMPD
"Good Afternoon,
I have been receiving an overwhelming amount of emails regarding all the information out there on the protests coming to the South Charlotte area. I can assure you we are following social media reports and getting the same information.
Obviously the city of Charlotte is on edge and people are overwhelmed with the News, Social media, news conferences and the national spotlight that Charlotte is in.  I would say everyone just use their best just judgement and use the best safety measures. I can guarantee if there are protests in the area at any time the Media will be there. They were camped out earlier today at SouthPark because they were also getting the information and talking to people. The good news it was the police and the media. :)
We obviously do not know exactly what is going to happen in our area, in downtown Charlotte, in North Charlotte, but we will be there to respond to whatever it is,  All hands are on deck as they like to say.
What we have seen over the past couple of days has been disturbing and heartbreaking,  we understand your concern.  I appreciate the information that has been emailed and texted to me directly that has been seen on social media. If you do see a group starting to gather in a location to protest please call 911.
As you are aware we do have many resources involved but I can assure you that there are Officers still in South Division and in the response area. I realize this will not solve ALL your frustrations and concerns but I hope it can ease them as we go into the evening.
As always THANK YOU for your support, you have been so WONDERFUL to us!
Please let me know if you have any further questions or concerns.
Thanks, Beth"
Posted on September 9, 2016 3:09 PM by The Cameron Wood Communications Team
Categories: Neighborhood News
Last call for Soccer Shots! Starts tomorrow! 1 spot left!
For the Fall season we will have one Soccer Shots session on Saturday mornings, starting tomorrow (9/10). The session will run from 11:15 a.m. - 11:45 a.m. for 2-3 year olds.
If you have already registered, welcome aboard!  Remember it is still pretty hot, so dress accordingly and bring water.  You may bring chairs too, as there is plenty of room at the CW ball field to make yourself comfortable while your little one learns some new skills!
Photo Contest!
Do you have a professional camera and a knack for taking nice photos?  We would like a picture of the new CW Pond fountain and are holding a photo contest.  The photo will be used on our website and in our communications.  The winner will receive a $25 gift card to Lowe's!  

Please send your photos to by Saturday, September 24th!  The winner will be announced in the Fall issue of the Cameron Wood Connection neighborhood newsletter.
NEW: CW Business Directory
If you are you looking for service providers who are known and trusted, or if you are a business owner, please check out our brand new neighborhood 'Business Directory'! Here you'll find a list of local service providers added and vouched for by your neighbors, and arranged by category for your convenience. For businesses owned by CW Residents you will find 'CAMERON WOOD RESIDENT' at the top of the listing.
Our new Business Directory now lets you add a business and even give a rating for companies you've used. If you'd like to add your own business or that of someone you know, simply click 'Add a new business' in the top-right corner of the page. Or, you can email your listing with details to our webmaster Ali Macaluso at: and she will list it for you.
Neighbors can review and rate your business!  Just have them click 'submit a new review' at the bottom of your business page!
CW Oktoberfest - Volunteers Needed
Annual Oktoberfest and Community Donation
Cameron Wood Ball Field
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, October 15
5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
Join us for the annual HOA Oktoberfest and Community Donation event at the Cameron Wood Ball field on Saturday, October 15, rain or shine! Fun and food for the entire family!!! Come enjoy brats, beer, music and activities for the entire family. Or come simply to mingle with your neighbors. 
Volunteers always welcome! This is also a great opportunity for our neighborhood youth to pick up some service hours if needed. Contact David Llewyn at Please look to upcoming eNews for more updates on this annual event!  You don't want to miss it!
Boy Scout Troop 256 Yard Sale
Scout Yard Sale
Saturday, September 17, 7:00 a.m. – Noon
3425 Loch Stone Court, in Cameron Wood
Donations Needed 
Troop 256 is collecting your castoffs for their upcoming Yard Sale! ANY household items, clothing, toys, games, furniture, etc. are appreciated. Clean out your garage, closets and toy bins!
Items can be dropped off to: the Williams residence, 3425 Loch Stone Court in Cameron Wood through Thursday, September 15.
Please reply to with your name, email, address & item description if you would like to arrange pick up. Thank you for supporting Boy Scout Troop 256!
Boy Scout BBQ - Troop 119
Best Barbecue in Ballantyne! Troop 119 is now taking orders for its annual barbecue fundraiser. Please contact JT Bivens at or phone 704–752–7774 for outstanding barbecue and in support of the Boy Scouts at Troop 119. Barbecue will be personally delivered by JT on Saturday, September 24.
$10 per pound.
CW Advertising opportunities
Interested in advertising your business?  We have very competitive rates and 10% off for residents to advertise to over 800 CW residents.  We will 'Like' your business Facebook page for FREE with any purchase.  The next newsletter will be the FALL 2016 issue delivered in October.  CW Connection newsletters are issued quarterly.  Get featured in the eNews for just $25! We also offer ways of advertising your business on our website and through social media, so don't hesitate to ask!
If you have any questions, suggestions or news to share, please contact the Editor or the Webmaster.