From the Activity Team
Greetings from the Activity Office!
We are so excited to have the resort filling up! The buzz of friends connecting, laughter in the air and crowded courts and pool deck fill our hearts with joy! We love seeing those we met last season and look forward to
meeting our new friends. We had a blast at our Welcome Back Pool Party. DJ/KJ Greg Whitmarsh had us dancing. No one will forget Electric Blue DJ Eric at the Halloween dance with his many, many costumes. I’m still laughing.
They say it’s the most important meal of the day. This year we are selling a punch card for breakfast. 6 breakfast punches for $35. That’s like buy 6 get one free. Regular price is $7. Don’t forget to get those tickets at Activities.
We have many activities coming up this month in November. One of November’s most important events is our Veterans Day ceremony. Veterans Day is an important day to honor and show appreciation for ALL who have
served in the military—in wartime or peacetime. We show appreciate to all veterans US and Canadian. We also honor our Gold Star families whose loved one died in service to our nation. This year, our ceremony is planned by a group of Silveridge residents who are all veterans. We also have a light lunch and a special musical performance by Jan Sandwich. Lunch tickets are $10 or free for Veterans. We hope you’ll join us on this very special day to show your appreciate for those who have served their country.
We have an exciting new activity! We will be hiding these rocks around the Silveridge property. They WILL NOT be on anyone’s lot. They will be hidden somewhere on or in public access areas of the resort. If you see one of these beauties, bring it to the Activity Office and we will have a small prize waiting for you. Prizes might be candy, soda, keychain, a dinner dance ticket or a radio controlled clock, just to name a few. Thank you to Karen Schweigert for the beautiful job painting our rocks. Our very own Rock Hound Amy Foy is the chief elf in charge of hiding these beauties.
Stay tuned for even more fun in the sun at Silveridge.