We’ve had such a busy, fun summer!! We had our first annual block party on July 20th this year. We had tournaments for The Ladder Game and Corn Hole (aka Bean bag Toss!), cooked out, and even had a professional DJ (Ben Sandifer out of Macon) so we literally had music and dancing in the streets! We had about 50 of our residents attend. Ben and JoAnn Greenway were good enough to “man” the grill for the hot dogs, and Galen and Al organized and kept score for the tournaments. It was REALLY SO MUCH FUN! Here are a few of the pictures. Hope you enjoy them!
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Well, it seems if you offer good Southern fried chicken, everyone will come! (Well, almost everyone anyway!) We tell the folks, “Prayer is at noon,” so they start showing up about 11:15! We have the drinks out, the coffee on, and everyone is greeting their friends and neighbors AND the serving tables are filling up with fabulous salads, veggies, and a six-foot long table full of nothing but desserts!! Oh my goodness!
We knew we were going to have a max crowd today, so I told the card players last night they had better come early to get a table! Looks like the word got out!
I have a little bell someone donated to help me get everyone’s attention so we can quiet down for the prayer, and then everyone heads for the serving room! We have such sweet residents, they are always willing to help each other carry plates or get drinks if needed.
Needless to say, as soon as folks started getting their plates, things got real quiet as they concentrated on the great food!
Held at the newly refurbished and re-named “The Club at Lake Sinclair,” we were honored to sponsor hole #11 at the Milledgeville-Baldwin County Chamber 23rd Annual Golf Tournament. As it turned out, that was where the hole in one prize car was parked; a beautiful, black 2019 Jeep Cherokee. We put up a tent and gave away drinks, red Milledgville hats and just had a great time greeting all the golfers as they came through. We had a great time teasing and encouraging each golfer that they could make that hole-in-one and drive that car right off the hole. Our company marketing team, Ben Sandifer and Sheryl Towers, were there, along with our community manager, Nancy Fullilove. The weather was simply gorgeous, everyone was their usual “Milledgeville-friendly” self, so who could ask for a better way to spend the day?