The morning started out with a meeting of the Derby Days team to finish up our Derby Days bonnet.
Horses racing around the track…
The makings of the track fence, although this didn’t end up on the finished product. We just couldn’t make it stand as we had envisioned.
Forming the crowns as the Belmont Stakes is part of the famous trio.
So we ended up with the horses on the track, our color blue in flowers, the triple crowns and a big B for Belmont. The hat is to reflect “Derby Days”.
We were all glad when this was done. So now our bonnet is ready to be turned in, the song is written and we’re ready for the games to begin.
In the afternoon I attended Christmas in July in the Grand Lodge. This event is sponsored by Doc & Lynette as a thank you to the park for their support in the business they own. Doc & Lynette are funeral planners. I don’t mean to say that plan all the funerals for the people in the park although I’m sure they have helped many do so. They do hold seminars and the park residents do attend and probably refer friends to them. So this fun event is a thank you.
Lots or door prizes will be given away.
We had cake!
So that no one walked away without a gift of some sort, everyone was given a cremation starter set.
There was an Ugly Christmas Sweater contest too.
It was a fun two hours.