Some food and drink, a place for the kids to run and play and a simple concept turns into a festival for a community. Lively music played in the background, party-goer conversations resonated like a beehive. The planners hadn’t anticipated such a dramatic turnout with every Food Truck running out of food, and over 700 beers poured.
Better still the children played amongst the sand volleyball court, jungle gym and open field, enjoying their own gathering of so many in one place at one time. The Community came out and already started developing ideas for the next one; which isn’t far away.
Mark your calendar for September 23rd because the next Food Truck Friday promises to be even bigger, better and to create many more memories and new friends.
Among the twinkle in their eyes and smiles across their faces, they felt the applause, and pride
of their parents at the Swim Team Banquet.
Recognizing those members of our families for being part of the team, achieving new personal
bests and making new friends is part of the character building Park
Crossing Recreation Club is trying to create.
There were winners, losers and spectators as community members, both young and old, experienced and newbies tried their hands at Texas Hold’m. This regular event sells out every time and it’s mostly because members get a chance to really spend some quality time with each other. Nothing like a poker game to tell you about a person. Food, beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks kept the participants and audience energized and talkative.
Tennis Club’s regular “Happy Hour-like” socials seem to be creating more tennis enthusiasts.
Beer, wine and appetizers just seem appropriate around the tennis courts.
The last theme was Cinco De Mayo and there was indeed a margarita machine; although the
celebration was more about creating independence for the tequila captured in
All are welcome and indeed more “alls” are getting into the spirit of the club. Come join