General Manager

Jill’s Corner

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

By Jill Philmon Big Canoe General Manager I was honored to be asked to speak at a meeting of Wellness Collaborative volunteers. My subject was volunteerism. After doing my short presentation, I thought it might […]

Board

Why do I love Big Canoe?

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

By Jay Goldman POA President I frequently recall the first time my wife Debbie and I passed through the Main Gate of Big Canoe on a cold February day in 2001 to look at real […]

News

A big bear thanks

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

By Will Jackson It’s exciting to see important progress developing with our black bear issues around Big Canoe. One of the most important factors in leading that change is the community buy-in to respect wildlife […]

General Interest

We’re all in this together

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

  By Bob Mackey Big Canoe is in its annual election cycle. We need several Property Owners to step forward to replace two of our friends who will be leaving the POA Board later this […]

Landscape

Flowers are popping at neighborhood entrances

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

Information submitted by Matthew Parks There were happy faces when residents pulled through entrances of their neighborhoods recently. Matthew Parks of Landscape Maintenance has been busy designing landscapes using native plant materials as much as […]

Events

Breakfast welcomes Big Canoe new residents

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

Rise and shine, Big Canoe newcomers! The next Newcomers’ Orientation will be held on Saturday morning, July 13 at 9:00 a.m. at The Clubhouse. Of course, hot coffee will be ready and waiting, but after […]

Public Works

Public Works is ready for hot summer spiffing

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

  Information submitted by Toby Jones and Jacob VanSant Timber! Yep, trees are still falling, especially after the gully washers of late. It’s dry now, but trees are compromised and who knows when they might […]

General Interest

Revenge of the tree brought angels to my rescue

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

By Homira Nassery One December morning, I decided to trim tree branches broken off during a recent freeze. My family was coming for Christmas dinner and I wanted things to look nice. I was well-prepared […]

Clubs & Committees

Nancy Womack Trail is a toughie to maintain

June 19, 2019 ITG 0

By Clardy Schwarz The most aggressive trail in Big Canoe by far is the Nancy Womack Trail which begins near the Upper Falls and climbs to the top of Sanderlin Mountain. Due to the steep […]