Q2 2019 Newsletter


Quarterly Newsletter

Q2 2019

Letter from the president

Hello Neighbors,

I hope this message finds you healthy and happy!

My wife, two children, and I moved onto Tchefuncte Dr two years ago and couldn’t be happier with our choice. Moving into the area we knew immediately upon visiting the neighborhood that this is where we wanted to call home. CCCE is a lovely and vibrant neighborhood with an interesting past and an exciting future. I’m happy to have the opportunity to serve on the board and support my neighbors. As a member, I plan to continue the past efforts of the board to keep our neighborhood safe, beautiful, and thriving.

There are currently several projects ongoing throughout CCCE. Please attend our monthly meetings to discuss these matters and share your thoughts. One of our goals as board is to represent our association members and to facilitate communication with the Sewer and Water Boards and other related parties. Your participation and involvement in the association and the board meetings help us in these efforts.

Please consider becoming a member of the CCCE Owners Association by paying your dues for 2019!


Seth Wells


Our new website is up and running.  Here you can find blog posts with recent neighborhood information, important announcements, calendar of events and documentation on our neighborhood. Coming soon will be online dues payment and registration for receiving our newsletter electronically. See www.covingtoncountryclub.org for more information.

Annual dues are due for 2019!    

Annual dues of for 2019 are due.  If you have not yet submitted your payment, you can mail a check to:


110 South Drive

Covington, La 70433

Dues are $75 and used for maintaining the street lights and keeping the grass cut along the service road, paying taxes, providing a directory for the residents along with a quarterly newsletter, sponsoring neighborhood events and so much more.

New board members

We are pleased to introduce our newest board members:

President: Seth Wells

Architectural Review: Tara Millet

Streets & Utilities: Boots Landry

Welcome: Kelly Donahue

We still have a vacancy in the position of Secretary that is being filled by Boots Landry until we have another volunteer.  If you are interested please let us know at the next board meeting March 27th!

Community Events

by Paula Wells on March 26


Sunday April 14th


177 Tchefuncte Drive

Bring your children, a basket for collecting eggs and enjoy a fun day of crafts, games and snacks with your neighbors! Feel free to bring your lawn chair, a blanket or cooler to relax while the children play. We will be collecting canned goods for the Samaritan Center and ask that you bring one for each child participating in the egg hunt.

While its ok for everyone to drop in, it would be very helpful to have an accurate headcount for all children that will attend. For now there will be a couple of ways for you to RSVP. This event will be posted on the Events page on Nextdoor and an email from EventBrite will arrive to you soon. You may RSVP at either place. If you would like to help or contribute in any way please contact Paula Wells at pllwells@mac.com.


Friday May 24th

Time and Location TBD


Tentative Date Saturday June 22nd

Route TBD

Grab your glow sticks, blinky lights, neon attire and anything that glows in the dark! Decorate yourself and your bike and lets bike around our neighborhood after dark! This event is appropriate for any skill level, whether you’ve got a street bike, a cruiser, a wheelchair or a balance bike!


Saturday July 13th

Time and Location TBD




Time and Location TBD

If you are interested in hosting this event at your home or if your block would like to post jointly please contact Paula Wells at pllwells@mac.com.

Interested in joining the CCCE Social Committee or helping in some way with these or future events? We would love to hear from you!

CCCE Social Chair

Paula Wells


Streets & Utilities:

by Boots Landry on April 7
Please know that all residents are responsible for keeping the drainage ditches, on their property, maintained; grass cut and clear of debris.  During these spring showers and upcoming hurricane season, it is important for everyone to make a concerted effort to keep these drainage areas clear so heavy rains can drain quickly.
CCCEOA is working on cleaning up, repairing and/or replacing various street signs in the subdivision. And we are also looking into adding additional speed limit and/or “slow children at play”  signs in various places.

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