A message from
The Resort Activities Office
Here it is August already and it’ll be Fall in no time. We at the Activities office have another fun season at The Resort planned for you and we are looking forward to seeing all of you.
Margie, Teresa and The Activities Office Volunteers
We asked Margie Koboski (co-Director of Activities along with Teresa Wilcox) for her thoughts on the upcoming season:
“Here are just two of the events I’m most looking forward to…
THE HALLOWEEN DANCE
“The Halloween dance is one of my favorites – it’s the first dance of the season and everyone is excited to get the season going. Plan on it for October 29th. This year we have added a meal with the dance, which is something new. Best of all, I look forward to all costumes that people come up with — we have some very talented and creative people in our Park.”
Margie added, “We have all waited so long to get our dancing shoes on. All of us line-dancers will be specially happy!!! (Maybe I can even get some people to roll on the floor with me when they play ‘Proud Mary.’)”
THE CHRISTMAS GOLF CART PARADE
“Another favorite of mine,” Margie told us, “is the Christmas Golf Cart parade and chili feed afterwards. People decorate their golf carts with a Christmas theme, and drive up and down every street in the park. Then afterwards we have a chili feed and music in the Main Hall for everyone that wants to come. Last year we had about 50 carts…..Let’s try for more this year. Mark your calendar: December 13th for this one.”
Here are some of the earliest events of the new season:
October 25th, Monday – Appetizer Crawl (more details to follow)
October 29th, Friday – Dinner and Halloween Dance with Greywolf Band. (Start thinking about your costume!)
November 10th, Wednesday – Craft Sale and burritos
November 11th, Thursday – Veterans Day Ceremony
November 22nd, Monday – Welcome Back Party with Splash Band
AND, there will of course be…
Bingo and Bingo Dinners,
all starting in November.
Plus, the folks at the Activities Office will pack the season with dances, comedians, concerts, the Christmas Golf Cart Parade, and lots more. They can’t wait and hope you feel the same way.
For those of you wanting to meet people and make a difference by volunteering in the park, there will be an information meeting in November. Stay tuned for details!
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Margie also passed along some photos. First, some of the classes going on over the summer (line dancing, water aerobics and yoga), as well as social get-togethers (a 4th of July singalong and a Studio 55 happy hour).