Wednesday, January 24, 2024 – Food Bank Drop-off

The following message is from David Olson, Charbonneau Country Club

Volunteers will be collecting donations for the Wilsonville Food Bank on Wednesday, January 24th, (the fourth Wednesday of January) from 8:30 AM to 1 PM in the Activity Center.

The items most in need this month are:

  • Baby wipes
  • Deodorant
  • Laundry pods
  • Any contribution in kind or funds (checks – made payable to “Wilsonville Community Sharing”, cash or gift cards) is valued and greatly appreciated!

Let us not forget that “one can or item” times each one of us in Charbonneau makes for a big difference.

Thank you for your kind generosity!

Pool Fences

You may have noticed that we replaced the fence at E pool.  We will soon replace those at A and B.  The old fences were in disrepair and needed to be upgraded to improve appearance, security and safety.  Clackamas County inspectors recommended six-foot fences so we have complied with that recommendation. 

January CHOA Board Meeting

The January meeting of the CHOA board will take place on the 10th from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm in Rec Hall C. All Choa members are invited to attend in person or via Zoom at

Draft Agenda

Wednesday January 10, 2024 at 2:30 p.m. – CHOA Monthly Board Meeting at Rec Hall C and zoom: 


2:30 – Welcome and Call to Order

  • Note for guest: Please remember this is a board meeting, guests are not to interrupt unless asked to speak by the chairman.  If you do have a concern, it is best to put your concern in writing prior to the board meeting so that the board will have time to thoughtfully consider your concern. – Thank You

**Minutes from Last Meeting Approval –ALL 

2:35 Open Forum

Questions from Resident Attendees – 2 minutes maximum per person

**Treasurer’s Report –Sandie Maki

President’s Report

Property manager report

 2:50 Old Business

  • Committee Updates
    • Pools/Bathrooms- Packard
    • Rec Hall C- Packard
    • Landscape- – Karen
    • Welcome- Mary
    • Neighborhood Watch—Shirley
    • Emergency Preparedness—Marilyn
    • Architecture committee—Bob

3:40 New Business 

  • Bylaws updates-Executive Committee
  • Solar panels–Bob

Request from CCC President

CCC President, Anne Shevlin, has requested assistance in obtaining signatures for a petition related to tolling on I-5 and I-205. 

She writes:

“As you are aware, the issue of tolling I-5 and I-205 is an issue of high concern to our Charbonneau residents.  A petition, known as IP-4 has been created by a concerned West Linn citizen that, if enough signatures are obtained, would cause the issue of tolling to be put to a vote on the ballot in the November, 2024 general election.  The deadline is June 1, 2024 to obtain enough signatures.  Learn more about the petition here: Vote Before Tolls – IP-4 requires a vote before Oregon tolls.”

Anne is seeking residents in all Charbonneau HOAs “who would be interested in obtaining signatures on the petition.  This would require them to either attend meetings or gatherings where other residents get together in your neighborhoods, and/or go door to door to obtain signatures.”

CCC Board Director Glenn Lancaster, a resident of the Country Club Estates neighborhood, has already been doing this in his area.  To help with the logistics of volunteering, Glenn has asked the HOA board presidents to solicit folks to volunteer.   He will meet with volunteers to help them obtain the petition and explain the details of collecting signatures.

If you are interested in volunteering to collect signatures from CHOA residents, please contact Glenn directly.  Please also let me know if you volunteer so I can keep track of CHOA’s participation.  You can find our contact information in the CCC directory. 

Randy Hitz, President

Charbonneau Homeowners Association

Charbonneau Food Bank Drop-off

Food Bank Drop-off, Wednesday, November 22, 2023, from 8:30 AM to 1:00 PM in the Activity Center

The items most in need this month are:

· Toilet Paper

· Peanut Butter

· Cold Cereal

· As always, any contribution in kind (checks, cash or gift cards) is greatly appreciated.

As we gather with family and friends, let us not forget those less fortunate in our community. Thank you for your kind generosity and we hope you and your family have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Contact David Olson if you have questions.

CCC Christmas Cookie Event

Christmas is coming and cookies are being made!  Come join your Charbonneau Country Club friends on Thursday, December 14th, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Activity Center Hazelglade Room. Enjoy Christmas cookies, coffee, hot chocolate, and tea.  Meet your friends and make new ones.  We will share a favorite Christmas memory.  Anyone else have a ‘Tiny Tears Doll’ on your Christmas list? 

The Cookie Exchange is open for both Men and Women who enjoy baking Holiday cookies.  Bring two (2) dozen of your special Christmas cookies.  You will go home with 2 dozen assorted cookies. BYOB.

Please call Mary Fieweger if you have questions and/or would like to be on the committee.

Thanks,  Mary Fieweger

Please RSVP by Tuesday, December 7th.

RSVP to or 503-519-4388 OR

Cheryl Barnum , or 503-799-2502

Security Calls

  • Always call 911 in the event of any life-threatening emergency.
  • For non-emergencies, call Clackamas County Sheriff at 503-655-8211
  • After 5pm: For resident concerns, like suspicious people or activity, property crime, vandalism, excessive noise etc. call Corporate Crime Protective Services at 503-505-3327. If an officer doesn’t answer, be sure to leave a message.
  • In addition, during business houses, call the Country Club to report suspicious activity, crimes and emergencies, after calling 911 since Neil is usually available to respond or investigate. It is also very important that the Country Club is aware of any incidents, even if they are resolved by law enforcement 503-694-2300

    All of this information has been placed on a refrigerator magnet that can be obtained from Neil or Claudia, at the Activity Center.
    Thank you,
    Marilyn – Emergency Preparedness

Gutter cleaning

Cleaning of gutters in CHOA will begin soon by Dave Stone  and will continue until approximately the end of January.  CHOA provides for one cleaning each year for every home.  It is the responsibility of each homeowner to pay for any additional cleanings.  Note also that Dave cannot clean gutters that have leaf guards. If you have questions or concerns, please call Steve Chinn at 503-266-5351.   

CHOA board meeting November 8th

The next CHOA board meeting will take place on November 8th from 2:30 to 4:30 in Rec Hall C. An agenda will be sent out prior to the meeting. All residents are welcome to attend.

Pool Closures

Pools C, E, F&G have been closed for the season. Pool B closes Sunday, September23. Pool A will close Saturday, September 30. If you have any questions, please contact Steve Chinn.