Regular GTC Events
GTC 2014 Social Calendar
Georgetown Commons HOA Board Meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM in the clubhouse.
No December meeting.
Book Club Meeting
May 20, 6:30 - 8:00PM in the Clubhouse
Book is "Snoop, What Your Stuff Says About You" by Jim Gosling
Future Books -
June 17 - Bluest Eyes, by Toni Morrison
July 15 - 1000 White Women, The Journals of May Dodd by Jim Fergus
August - NO MEETING
September 16 - Still Alice by Donna Genova
Questions, contact Marty Maloney at 421-0387 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Meet and Greet -Monthly from 6-7:00 PM in the clubhouse.
Game/Euchre- 2nd & 4th Monday of each month-1-3 PM
Georgetown bridge group meets the 1st Monday of each month in the Clubhouse from 1 pm to 3p m.
Sit & Stitch- (stitching, craft, hobbies and chat) 2nd Wednesday of each month- noon-3PM with lunch from noon-1PM
CLUBHOUSE AVAILABILITY CALENDAR
Blizzard 2014- March comes in like a lion.
March Blizzard plowing. Thank you, Andy!
Georgetown Commons is located in Fairport, NY (Town of Perinton) on Rt. 250 near Rt. 31 in southeast Monroe County. Situated on 31 acres of rolling land, the homeowners association offers its members such amenities as tennis courts, a swimming pool and a large clubhouse facility.
The Georgetown Commons Homes Association, Inc., established in 1972, is a community of 212 townhomes.
The Association Board of Directors has remained extremely attentive to the concerns of the homeowners and is committed to providing the highest possible level of cost-effective service for the property, while keeping the monthly assessment for each home at a reasonable level when compared to other mature association communities in the area.
Don't forget to complete the GTC Social Committe Survey!
To promote a safe environment, please remember to keep your outside garage light on from dusk until dawn.
GTC NOTEworthy Events
Meet and Greet
Thurdsay, May 8
in the GTC Clubhouse
Bring an appetizer to share
The Georgetown Commons Social Committee hosted a "Meet and Greet" to encouage the spring season.