Social Update: April 2018

Find out the latest on neighborhood social events!
PROVIDENCE PLANTATION 2018 SUPPER CLUB SIGN UP
Spring is here so get ready for some fun and meet new people by joining the Providence Plantation Supper Club. You will meet neighbors who will become dear friends.

Each Supper Club has 8 members (singles and couples welcome). Members of each Supper Club take turns hosting dinner for the group at their home, with the host providing the main course and beverages. The other members provide an appetizer, salad, or dessert. Days/dates and schedule are determined by each group and host. Each couple will host a dinner at their house during 2018.

Once the groups are set, you will receive an email containing the names and contact information of all members of your supper club. One couple in each Supper Club will be designated to (1) make the initial contact with other group members, (2) set the time and day for the first dinner, and (3) host the first dinner.

Signing up is easy. Just complete the online form with your information by April 18th. You will receive an email with your supper club assignment after you sign up.

If you have questions, please contact:
Janet Pierce, Assistant Social Chair
704-770-7651
Socials@pp-hoa.org

EASTER EGG HUNT
On Sunday, March 25, dozens of youngsters grasping Easter baskets, hugged a huge friendly Easter Bunny and then swarmed the grounds of the Swim & Racquet Club gathering colorful Easter eggs stuffed with candy, marking our First Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The Hunt was jointly sponsored by the social committees of both the Providence Plantation Homeowners Association and the Providence Plantation Swim & Racquet Club, with members of both groups participating in the planning, egg stuffing, egg hiding and hunt supervising activities. A great time was had by all participants. Hunters ranged from tiny tots enjoying their first Easter Egg Hunt to seasoned hunters in the 8 to 11-year age group, who had carefully mapped out strategies for gathering the most eggs and searching out the Golden Egg. Hunters were grouped together by age and the Swim & Racquet grounds were roped off into distinct areas for the four groups. Hundreds of colorful eggs hidden in each area were soon deposited into the Easter Baskets, and the happy hunters left carrying a total of about 2,000 candy-stuffed eggs. Approximately 120 Providence Plantation youngsters signed up to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt which was open to all members of the HOA and all members of Swim & Racquet.

HOA Socials and Swim & Racquet Socials are already planning other joint events for their members. If you have suggestions for HOA social events or joint social events, please email us at socials@pphoa.org.
Easter Egg Hunt

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