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Join the party to thank the clubhouse staff

By Bob Mackey

Big Canoe’s General Manager Jill Philmon and Clubhouse Manager Jas Ilazovic have planned a party on Monday Feb. 4, 4-7 p.m., for the kitchen staff, wait staff, bartenders and clubhouse administration employees. All Big Canoe property owners and residents are invited and encouraged to attend.

A small committee of property owners is planning the event, including several “super chefs” who have volunteered to prepare and serve a great meal. Vince Giordano, an award-winning barbecue chef, and Jeff Moreau, our great Cajun chef, will team up and prepare some fine cuisine. The Bear Society will donate at least one keg of beer and wine. Some of Big Canoe’s great musicians will entertain.

One purpose for the party is to show appreciation for our staff: the chefs who plan menus and prepare our meals, the servers who hustle to get our food to us, the bartenders who make our drinks and pour wine and beer, and the administrative “back office” employees who coordinate the many meetings and events at the clubhouse. Another purpose is to encourage our good employees to stay at Big Canoe. We think the party will be a win for everyone.

The cost to attend is only $25 per person. That will get you a great meal, wine and beer and excellent entertainment. Any funds remaining after we pay for the cost of the meal—including paper plates, cups, utensils, etc.—will be given to Jas to distribute among the clubhouse staff. Reservations can be made by contacting Dot Grogan, 706-268-2420 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Reservations are guaranteed for the first 200 guests and can be charged to your lot.

This is a good cause and will be a fun night. This event will sell out! Get your friends together and join us.

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