On July 10th, 2019, the Ladies’ Lunch Bunch drove to Lytle and had lunch at the Railhead Café. This establishment has a down home ambiance. Food was delicious with ample servings and pleasantly presented. The owner circulated among her patrons and it was apparent she was on a mission to please. Fourteen ladies joined for a hot but pleasant afternoon.
Submitted by Diana Stone, Lot #94
Friday, July 12, 4:00 at the Clubhouse
Old Fashioned Root Beer Float
1 scoop of ice cream and can drink $1.00. Extra scoops of ice cream 50 cents each. Please bring your own cup, glass, bowl and spoon.
See you there this Friday and every other Friday
through August unless attendance is too low.
Submitted by Sherri and Floyd Rockett
It is time to be planning for July’s Ladies’ Lunch Bunch get-together. Reservations have been made for Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at Railhead Café in Lytle. A menu can be found at www.zmenu.com/railhead-cafe-lytle. I am expecting receipt of a menu in the next few days which I will put on the sign-up sheet which is already in the Clubhouse. This small establishment adds a charge to the bill if you use debit or credit cards. There is limited parking in front of the shopping strip in which the restaurant is located but more parking is located behind the buildings. Directions can be found on the internet.
Submitted by Diana Stone Lot #94
On June 12, 2019, ten ladies traveled to Castroville for lunch at the Castroville Café. We were given a room to ourselves and since it was a small group we were able to comfortably visit with each other. We were pleased to welcome two guests. Food was well presented and tasty. Watch for information regarding July’s Ladies’ Lunch Bunch destination.
Diana Stone Lot #94
Come one, come all!!! Ladies and Gents; members and visitors.
You’re missing all the fun! Mark your calendars for each Tuesday, throughout the year, at 1:00. You haven’t played Mexican Train with the rules of this park – anywhere, anytime. No cutthroat allowed. Only rule: smile and enjoy and have a good time. We go into the library when it is too hot to be in the Clubhouse. Now’s the time. Don’t miss out. We will be watching for you.
Submitted by Diana Stone Lot # 94
As Chairperson of the Country Craft Store, I have been asked by three different members recently if there is anyone in the park who makes those little crocheted abrasive kitchen scrubbies. If you can or would make some, and you would like to sell them in the Craft Store, please do so. Folks are asking for them. I noticed the other day that the directions for them are posted on the inside of one of the doors in the Country Craft Store.
If you have never consigned your handmade items in the Country Craft Store and would like some assistance in doing so, please contact me. I’ll be glad to help.
Patti Coble Lot #110
Ladies’ Lunch Bunch: Reservations have been made for Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at the Castroville Café in Castroville. A sign-up sheet and menu are on the sign-up table in the Clubhouse. Our reservations are set for 1:00 so we should be leaving the Clubhouse no later than 12:15. Submitted by Diana Stone, Lot #94
The last weekend in May, for many, has become all about kicking off summer, barbeques, picnics, the end of the school year for many and throwing off the mantle of winter. But before jumping into all that this weekend, take a moment and reflect on the true meaning of the Memorial Day holiday in the United States.
It is to reflect and remember, that in defense of this country and the freedoms we enjoy, many have made the ultimate sacrifice for us, their lives. Memorial Day is not the day to thank a veteran, although that is always appropriate. Veterans Day in November is to remember and applaud all veterans. This Memorial Day is to remember those who have died in defense of this country. Remember they were sons and daughters, husbands, wives and friends. They were brothers and sisters, they were parents and even grandchildren and grandparents. They answered a higher calling for us and the freedom we enjoy.
All gave some. Some gave all. Remember it. Say it. Honor it.
We will be showing “Phantom of the Opera” on Saturday, May 25th at 6:30 pm.
Submitted by Mary & Larry Brogan, Lot 86