Del Webb Community Scarecrow Contest

The residents of the Village at Deaton Creek are holding a scarecrow contest and I went down today to take a look and take some photos. They did quite a good job! Our Active Adult Community holds other contests throughout the year.  I think they have the gingerbread house building building contest for one.

The  Scarecrow Contest is on! Streets interested in participating will supply the front office with a fully decorated scarecrow on October 19th with a list of participating residents that live on their street.  The scarecrow will need to have your street name affixed to the scarecrow itself for voting purposes. Scarecrows will be on display outside the clubhouse during voting, October 20-27th. Voting will be open to the community and ballots will be located inside the clubhouse lobby. The winning street will be announced at the Scarecrow Ball on October 28th and sent out in the Daily on Monday, October 30. The winning street will be awarded a pizza party at the clubhouse!

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New Years Eve Party at Clubhouse

The last few years before moving to our Del Webb Community, Mary Ann and I just spend a quiet New Years Eve at home. We agreed it was just too dangerous getting out on the highway late at night and with everyone drinking.

That has changed the last two years as we joined the New Years Eve Party at our lovely clubhouse. The drive is only about 1 mile on community streets, so no more excuses. We went to the party last night and I must say it was fun. The ballroom was decorated and party favors for everyone.

Mary Ann used to really like to dance back in the day and the band last night gave her a chance to rekindle her love of dancing, along with a packed ballroom full of fellow active adults doing the same thing to the music of Butch and The Buckheads. Everyone was friendly and we meet a few new people, including this happy couple who was kidding around for my photo.

As the magic time came when the New Year 2017 arrived, there were plenty of hugs going around. Afterwards, we gathered our stuff including the chocolates someone gave us, and we were back home by 12:20pm!

We are glad, once again, to experience the New Year Eves Party with friends. Something we would have missed back in our Johns Creek suburbs. Another reason we are glad we moved to Village at Deaton Creek.

party at Del Webb communty clubhouse
Robert and Mary Ann Fowler