Unit 62A Happenings
In addition to the routine activities scheduled each month, we were able to enjoy our first monthly happy hour(s) since covid began. Janelle and Gary Watts opened up their beautiful home and outdoor setting to this event. Each household attending brought a food item to share and their own beverages. Over 40 people were able to attend and catch up on each other’s past year, hence the plural in happy hours.
Even though the men gather for a men’s breakfast, they are not as willing to pose for a picture, unlike the ladies who dine out at their monthly lunch social. The ladies enjoyed eating and visiting at Cucina Tagliani in Glendale, which is conveniently located by extra shopping on Bell Road.
I would be remiss to not end with a big shout out to our social committee, which is led by Lynn Banks. There has been a change of faces on the committee recently. The outgoing members include Renee Fisher, Pat Gonzales, and Patti Trapp. We are grateful to them for their years of dedication and activity ideas. Joining Lynn Banks, Jackie Bachmann, Marilyn Coates, and Jackie MacKenzie are Barb Downey, Julie Greenbank, and Janelle Watts. Each month they routinely formulate a schedule that exudes fun times ahead. Thank you to our 62A Social Committee!
Unit 44 Is Getting Very Active!
As vaccinations increased along with comfort levels, Unit 44 residents have become busy with new activities.
This past month featured several fun get-togethers with new neighbors in one of PebbleCreek’s newest units.
4/14 The Women’s Breakfast at Eagle’s Nest was organized by Mary-Lou Stepien and included 12 ladies, most meeting each other for the first time. There was good fun, conversation, and delicious food!
4/22 Drinks on the Patio (DOTP) featured an amazing turnout of over 40 unit residents who enjoyed some excellent laughs, food, and beverages. A special thank you to Jeri and Jerry Johnson, who hosted us on their fantastic backyard patio.
4/27 The Top Golf event included eight men who enjoyed swinging golf clubs, munching on appetizers, and consuming a few pitchers of beer. Thanks to Jim Miller for organizing this fun and memorable activity.
5/5 The Men’s Breakfast at Eagle’s Nest was efficiently arranged by Mike Stepien and featured 14 hungry guys who shared some good food and each other’s company. It was excellent getting new neighbors together while enjoying nice weather outside on the patio.
As PebbleCreek continues opening up toward normalcy, the residents of Unit 44 continue to be ready for more and different future activities. Good times are ahead!