Charbonneau Country Club
32000 SW Charbonneau Drive
Wilsonville, OR 97070
P: 503-694-2300
F: 503-694-5783

Email Blasts:  

November 16,2020:  Letter from CCC President Eugene Tish

Click Here to read the letter 


November 11, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about the governor's 2-week pause to fight COVID-19


September 22, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about some good news and ongoing news.  Don't Be Scared - Be Prepared!


September 3, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read what you can do to stay safe over the Labor Day weekend


August 7, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to learn ways to cope with COVID stress and STAY HOPEFUL!


July 28, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read practical advice on how to live through a pandemic


July 22, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read the expanded policy on face coverings


 July 14, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about new statewide rules governing face coverings and get-togethers


July 7, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about contact tracing and BE BRIGHT


June 29, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click HERE to read about how COVID-19 will effect your 4th of July plans, plus, TVF&R temporary fire station near Charbonneau


June 4, 2020:  Reopening Charbonneau Country Club on June 8

Click Here to read the Guidelines for Reopening CCC


May 28, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about Thank you for Masks_Be watchful of Scams


May 19, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about Mask Needs_Social Services_Update on Pools


May 8, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read why Wilsonville Police advise caution


May 6, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about COVID-19 Fraud


May 5, 2020:  Looking for masks?  Here are some Charbonneau contacts you can call.  Their phone numbers can be found in the Charbonneau Directory:

Joan Vedder - Selling masks for $10.   Joan is an excellent seamstress and I understand she makes masks for men and women (the masks for women may have lace to make them pretty)

Maxine Lehl - Selling masks locally for $5.  St. Frances Church matches the cost and all proceeds are donated to the food bank.

Another resident told me some Charbonneau crafters are selling masks on the social media site, Next Door.  

Hope to see you all soon -  wearing masks of course!


 April 21, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read some tips from the Oregon Health Authority


April 15, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about the updated dog policy at Edith Green Park


April 14, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read Daily Quarantine Questions


 April 6, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read about another resident who had contracted COVID-19 

Click Here to read about face mask use

Click Here to read about how to make a face mask


April 1, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin_Thanks to First Responders

Click Here to read Niners thank you to participants in Thank You Healthcare Workers and First Responders

Click Here to read about April 12 at noon thanks to healthcare workers and first responders


March 31, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read email blast about a Charbonneau resident testing positive for COVID-19 

 


March 26, 2020:  Neighborhood Watch and What you CAN do

Click Here to read email blast about theft activity and reminder to lock your cars

Here is a picture of a couple of Charbonneau residents practicing social distancing:

IMG 2292 ducks practices social distancing during pandemic March 2020


March 26, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read information on donating needed medical supplies

Thank you Charbonneau!

  PPEs photo donation box at Pro Shop April 2020


March 24, 2020:  Neighbor Care Bulletin

Click Here to read information on caring for your mental health


March 20, 2020: Information from Emergency Preparedness Committee:

Click Here to read Neighbor Care information

Click Here to read instructions on how to receive home deliveries from grocery stores, etc.


March 12, 2020:  Click Here to read letter from General Manager Jim Meierotto regarding cancelled activities


Here is the latest from the Oregon joint information center.  The graphic at the bottom is curent and is updated frequently.  

Click on the link below for a wealth of information, including links to the Center of Disease Control (CDC) and the Oregon Health Authority:

https://storymaps.arcgis.com/stories/6c96b225a8424992b56e59400a30dab4

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Charbonneau Country Club was informed by the City of Wilsonville that residents or their lawn care company must remove any leaves that they blow or rake into the street immediately, that same day, so the street sweepers can do their job efficiently. City of Wilsonville Code Enforcement will be issuing citations to any resident that does not comply. To avoid receiving a citation from the City, please remove leaves promptly. To assist with leaf removal efforts, on November 13, 14, & 15, the City of Wilsonville will place a leaf dumpster in the Village Center parking lot for residents to dispose of any leaves they collect. Please note: Commercial Landscape Dumping is Prohibited. Private Homeowner use ONLY (Homeowner must be person to dump debris in this bin). Please restrict input to leaves only, no branches, wood, other landscape material and no plastic trash bags.

We are so happy to welcome Jennifer to the CCC office staff.

Jennifer will be sitting at the reception desk in the Clubouse lobby.

Please give her a warm Charbonneau welcome!

 

As you may know, Karen Pratt has decided to open a new bakery in Newberg with her daughter.

The bakery is called Sprinkles of Joy.

The grand opening is Saturday, Nov. 28 - she would love to see you there!