The Charbonneau Villager Newspaper 2016 October Villager

The Charb  nneau Villager PRSRT STD U.S. Postage PAID Wilsonville, OR Permit No.61 ECRWSS Postal Patron 39 th Y ear , N o . 10 OCTOBER 2016 WILSONVILLE, OR Pahlisch Presents Charbonneau Plans This is one of the home designs that Pahlish Homes has come up with for Charbonneau. The designs are based on input from the Charbonneau Architectural Control Committee and resident input. Charbonneau resident, Gil Gilfillian, will display some of his artwork at this year's Arts Festival. Charbonneau Arts & Crafts Festival Set for October 28 - 30 By Jennie Amiel Don’t miss this year’s Charbonneau Arts and Crafts Festival. Many local artists - including Chrish Raish, Richard Bernard and Richard Miller - will be retuning, supporting our mission of helping young artists. On opening night, Friday, October 28, attendees will enjoy local musical entertainment while viewing and purchasing art works by local artists. Students will present their artwork alongside professional artists. There will be light hors d’oeuvres, beverages and a wine bar. We are still seeking more artists and have extended the deadline to October 15. You can register online or find our applications inside the Charbonneau Clubhouse Coatroom. Our Festival Committee has been staffed by talented and experienced volunteers who are contributing their time bringing together local and regional art. The fine art programs at both Wilsonville and Canby high schools will benefit financially once again from the groups' fundraising as Continued, see Arts Festival, page 6 Charbonneau Arts Festival Art Gala Friday, October 28 - 5 to 8 pm Arts and Crafts Festival October 29 & 30 - 10 am to 5 pm $10 per person Charbonneau Clubhouse, 32000 SW Charbonneau Dr. On September 12, five members of Pahlisch Homes presented their plans for developing the Charbonneau Golf Club, Inc. (CGCI) Driving Range. Founder Dennis Pashlish started the evening talking about how Pahlisch can partner with Charbonneau during this critical change process. He then introduced the four key individuals who will be working here. They are: Jason Myhre, sales & marketing; Cory Bittner, operations and design; Jeff Service, production management and Paul Willox, land development manager. By the time this Villager comes out, Pahlisch could potentially have broken ground for the three Arbor Lake lots - the lots not on the Driving Range. They are hoping to begin developing the 40 homes on the remainder of the land by spring 2017. Price of the homes will be in the upper $500,00 to $600,000 price range. For more information on the homebuilder, go to Charbonneau Special Events October 1 - CCC Quarterly Assessment Due & CCC Niners Performance October 10 - CWA Luncheon October 11 - Senior Fitness Testing & CCC Board Meeting October 17-18 - AARP Safe Drivers Course October 18 - Wilsonville Stage: Cemetery Club October 19 - Community Forum October 28-30 - Charbonneau Arts & Crafts Festival