Welcome to the Sully Station II Website!

Welcome to our new website! We have updated the content to make it more accessible and easy to navigate.  You can find important community events in our calendar and easily access Sully Station II Association contact information left on the home page.  Twice a month we will have a special Feature story of interest to the community.  Also be sure to toggle down to the Sully Station II Community Announcements just below the Feature Story box.  Sully Station II Community Announcements will be updated at least once a week.

Simply Savvy Shopping Spring Extravaganza

Join us for a

Simply Savvy Shopping Spring Extravaganza

at Sully Station II Community Center
Sunday, May 4, 2014, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Just in time for Mother’s Day!

Shop for Mom and all the ladies in your life from a collection of jewelry, skin care, cosmetics, handbags, cookware, spices, dips, wellness products, and more…
The first Twenty Five attendees will receive a Goody Bag* containing lots of great items.

There will be Free Face Painting for the kids from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

For more information, contact CeeCee L. Evans at ceecee.evans@verizon.net

*One bag per family.​

Chili Bingo Party

Sully Station II’s 16th Annual Chili Bingo

On Saturday, March 8th, we celebrated our 16th annual chili bingo. Over 160 residents came out for food, fun and fundraising.  Thirteen chilies vied for the title of best original chili and best unique recipe.  In a blind tasting, our police officers from Sully District selected Mercedes Brown’s chili as best unique chili with Diane Saint Germain’s rising as best unique recipe.

Residents were delighted for a chance to take home one of the twelve prizes for winning a round of bingo.  Prizes ranged from movie tickets to Cold Stone gift certificates to patriotic items to kid-friendly games including a RAZOR kick scooter.

Eileen Smith was presented with a certificate of gratitude for serving as coordinator of the event for the past 15 years and this year’s coordinator, CeeCee Evans, was introduced.

A good time was had by all.  We enjoyed chili, pizza, scrumptious cookies and brownies as we raised $222.00 for the swim team.

A special thank you to Sully District Police Officers for taste testing our chili.  Sergeant Kuhar, Officer Allegro and Auxiliary Officer Janus we appreciate you and your District officers and staff.

A big thank you to everyone who came out in the spirit of getting to know our neighbors and ushering daylight savings.

A special thanks to CeeCee Evans for coordinating such a fun event!


2014 Chili contest judges: Sargent Kuhar (left), Officer Allegro (middle), Auxilliary Officer Janus (right)

2014 Chili contest judges: Sargent Kuhar (left), Officer Allegro (middle), Auxilliary Officer Janus (right)

Eileen Smith receiving an award for 22 years of volunteer service from the Sully Station II Community President Dan Jenuleson

Eileen Smith receiving an award for 22 years of volunteer service from the Sully Station II Community President Dan Jenuleson










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Looking for volunteers

If you enjoyed this years Chili Bingo and would like to get involved in more of the upcoming events with our community please contact CeeCee Evans, our Event Coordinator for the Sully Station II Community.  Please e-mail her at ceecee.evans@verizon.net.

CeeCee did such an exceptional job with coordinating the Chili Bingo we look forward to the many other events that are being planned for this year. ​

Sully II Meeting Information

Community Meetings

Board of Trustees: March 27th, 2014 at 7:00 p.m.

Architectural Review Board Meeting: April 14th 2014 at 6:30 p.m.

High Sierra hiring lifeguards for Sully Station 2 pool


Sully II Important Updates


Assessment Payment Options 2014

Owners: Please do not forget to contact your payment provider (PayILease and similar sites) to adjust your account settings to reflect the new monthly assessment payment on your automatic payment.

Please Do Not Walk On The Ponds

WARNING:  Please share this with your neighbors and friends.

On Tuesday, January 29th police were on the scene to prevent two youths from straying out on the pond near the Sully II Community Center.  In cold weather like this, ice will form on standing water such as our community ponds.  The ice is not thick enough to support any weight.  The drainage ponds are very deep, up to 25 feet deep.

Please spread the safety word for everyone to avoid attempting to walk out on the ice covering the ponds, especially children.

Practice safety and stay away from ice covered ponds.  If you witness anyone on the pond, please call the Police at 703-691-2131.