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Saturday, February 01, 2020

And the 2020 Winner Is...

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Sue Kelly wins the best soup for 2nd consecutive year. Congratulations Sue.


Update: 2/3/2020

Thanks to all who came to our 9th annual soup-off fellowship fundraiser. The number of participants were down this year due to sickness and prior commitments. We still raised $385 dollars and some donations are still coming in. Special shoutout to those who have contributed even though you couldn’t attend! Sue Kelly took top honors once again. Second and third place went to Patrick Hoffman and Denise Bryan. Thanks for all your support and to Jack Fastnaught for donating turned wooden bowls for the silent auction. There will be some surprised families to find their unpaid lunch debt paid off!

Mike and Jean Moore

Monday, January 27, 2020

Twilight Landing - 1-27-2020

On my walk this evening I just missed the landing but
got a couple of shots of the plane taxing to the hangar.

Photo by; Don Cook

New House Construction - Phase II

Siding, windows, and doors are up. Stonework next.


Sunday, January 19, 2020

Whiteplains Plantation HOA Meeting 1/17/2020

If you missed the Whiteplains Plantation HOW meeting, here it is.

Thanks to Ken & Peg for hosting this event on 1-17-2020.

Friday, January 17, 2020

House in Phase II

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House under construction is moving right along.

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Friday, January 03, 2020

Whiteplains Plantation ID Change!

FAA ID for Whiteplains Plantation is now

Posted 1-2-2020

2020 Soap-off

Whiteplains Announcements List - Annual Soup-off
Mike Moore 
Fri 1/3/2020 7:43 AM

We are planning our annual soup fellowship/competition Saturday, February 1. We will start promptly at 6:00pm. For those who are unfamiliar with this event, we judge the best soup by voting. (Hint- we don’t care if you vote multiple times for your spouse). Each ballot will cost $1. Money raised goes to pay delinquent lunch accounts in Gilbert schools. If you don’t want to make a pot of soup you can bring a dessert, bread/crackers, a soft drink, etc or just come!  We will furnish water and tea. The winner of the competition will take home the coveted “Golden Ladle” plaque. I think this is our eighth year and we hope you will come.

Mike and Jean Moore