Resident Count – Last Week 322 – This Week 366!
Lee King welcomed the residents.
Prayer was offered by Gerry Rezac.
Larry and Cathy Chapin were absent due to the death of Larry’s father.
Prayer breakfast report – Approximately 140 attended. There was good response from our residents.
King Ranch Trip Recap – Sixty five people attended. A black jacket was left on the bus. You may pick up the jacket in the business office.
Bingo has been cancelled for tonight. Several of our volunteers are absent. We will resume next Wednesday night.
Thanksgiving – Please remember to clean up your area and return the tables and chairs to their proper place.
Friday noon – Jim Thomas will have plans for the “New Building” and report on what is happening. We will have a loaded baked potato bar with profits going to the “New Building fund”.
Dates to Remember — December 4th and 5th Decorate the Hall. Nora Minor’s team and volunteers will decorate for Christmas.
December 15th at 1 pm – Fill Christmas Stockings.
December 13th – McAllen Symphonic Band Christmas Show. Tickets available in the office.
DOG RACES – Have returned to Harlingen. We have a trip planned for opening night, Friday, November 25th leaving at 6 pm.
Pickleball – There is a mop by the stage for sweeping the pickleball court to make sure there is no loose gravel on the floor.
A hand out was distributed for information about the various groups. We are asking for contact information, etc.
There will be a Jam meeting immediately following the Park meeting.
Volunteers are needed in the kitchen today and for the Loaded baked potato bar.
We are looking for a work camping couple to assist in the kitchen. If you know of anyone, please refer them to Lee King.
Golf – Connie Webb has a signup sheet near the mail room for Ladies Golf.
Food Safety Class – We have had 50 individuals complete the class. Dates of classes and a sign up sheet are on the board by the Mail Room.
Christmas House Tour – We still have a few openings for the Last Christmas House Tour. Please sign up.
Have a great week and remember to smile.
Lee and Anita King