Farewell to 2017 – Welcome 2018

The New Year’s Eve party rounded off another successful year of Clubhouse activities.

Great food and friendly neighbours made for a great night.

We would like to extend a special thank you to Sue and Blaine Kueneman for all the planning that went into organizing this party.  Thanks also to everyone who helped make food, set up and clean up at the end of the night.  

“Many hands make light work.”

Wishing you all a Happy New Year. We hope to see you at the next event.

Ginger



FEB 24 TGIF – Pictures

The TGIF was hosted by Jill and Val!
Denny’s is sponsoring a show at the Playhouse called “All Shock Up” and Val brought all her posters and a quiz to last night’s party.

I am sorry that the pictures of the contest are blurry, but you can get the idea of what they are trying to do….😊

Martin Ward was the winner, and Ken and Ina Haves took the prize for the quiz by half a point for victory.

A smaller than usual crowd was in attendance but it was a good visit with everyone. 

It was a great night again.

FYI for those that are not back in Huron Woods.  

A major thunderstorm rolled thru the area at 5 and warmer than normal weather this week brought a nice change to our winter.

Ginger



Our Hosts for the Evening!!!



Directors’ Open House 2016 – Pictures

The Director’s Open House was a huge success.
I think it was one of the biggest crowds that have attended an event at the clubhouse.
It was good to see all of our friends and neighbours that could make it out.
Thanks to the directors and their spouses for the great effort put forward to make it a wonderful start to the holiday season.

Ginger




Trivia Night Pictures

There was a good turnout of members for the Trivia Night / TGIF on November 18. This was the second annual event and judging by the response a sequel will be planned for next fall.
Heather Stewart was the quizmaster who challenged the teams with a wide variety of questions. There was some good natured competition between (and probably amongst) the teams and in the end only 5 points separated the first place and last place teams.
Sheriff Paul kept an eye on the proceedings to ensure that no clandestine reference works were used in coming up with the answers.
Congratulations to James’ Ladies for taking the top prize. Thanks to all of the members who came out for an evening of good food and good friendship. Hopefully everyone left with either a prize or a little bit of new knowledge.
Did you know that the name of the original settlement where Grand Bend now sits was Brewster Mills or that the total number of dots on a pair of dice is 42?

Thanks to the Stewarts, Mennills, and Earles for a fun night