Thursday, October 31, 2013

Lots of Action around the Park

We have a new resident in the neighborhood!  Looks like this little burrowing owl has claimed a spot over in the new section near the fire hydrant.  Welcome aboard little guy!

 
The whole park is just bustling with activity this morning.  Lots of bikes and carts by the sports complex for both softball practice and pickleball play.
 
Even watching practice is fun.
 
Nice hit!!
 

 
Up by the front office there is a crew opening the crates and assembling all the new chairs and tables for the bistro.  
 
They'll definitely be contributing to our recycling program.
 
 
Myron and Ricki Persing have been extremely busy from sun up to sun down.  They're in charge of organizing all the greeters.  I remember when we first drove into Palm Creek and how impressed we were to be approached by a friendly smile and personal greeting.  We send a big THANK YOU to Ricki and Myron for all the work they do.
 
Here's Tom Langwell again still busy getting the bistro ready for opening day.
 
Happy Halloween from our Activities Director, Dora Bautista.  Cute kitten!
 
Pardon the dust as work continues on the bistro patio.  
 
This is going to be beautiful when completed.
 
 
 
Here's Ernesto putting pretty tiles around the fire pits.  The tiles will match those around the fireplace.
 
 
 
All the flowers are neatly planted by the front office area.
 
The reception area is busy all day long.
 


Lots of guests in the Activities office too.



If you can't find anything to do here, it is definitely your own fault.  Look at all the clipboards posted here.  Each one has a different activity or class for your participation.

One of these clipboards is labeled "Computer Class".  That's mine where you can see what classes we're offering and when.  Classes are always geared toward the beginner level so don't hesitate to attend.  Registration is via email to me at sue77hepler@hotmail.com

I end today's posting with a touch of Halloween.



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