Shipyard by the numbers in 2016:
$211,000 – Shipyard clean-up costs for both Tropical Storm Hermine and Hurricane Matthew had a financial impact of just over $211,000, drawn from the POA Catastrophic Fund. Thankfully, most costs were absorbed by FEMA –the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
120 – In 2016, the Shipyard community enjoyed more than 120 days of friends, games, food, dancing and fun at the Beach Club. Included were 42“Owner’s Only” days, 25 Men’s Club meetings/events, 18 Women’s Club meeting/events, and 12 “Owner’s Only Mornings” as well as 12 “Nibble and Nips,” a “Casino Night” and a “Chili/Chowder Cook-off.”
12,000 – Shipyard Security conducted over 12,000 home checks in 2016. Officers patrolled more than 50,000 miles, handed out 526 warning tickets and 31 citations.
5 – The number of awards presented. Mary Alice Tartler – Shipyard’s official photographer – was named the winner of the President’s “Community Spirit” award. Also, recognized for community contributions were Dave Humphrey, Joanne Voulelis and Sandra Waller. The 2016 Shipyard employee recognition award was presented to the entire Evacuation Team.
Annual Meeting minutes can be found online at on the screen crawl.