From the Manager’s desk…
As you all may have heard and/or noticed, we are only doing the Smoke Signal twice this year. We felt we could save a few trees by not doing one every month. But, we are doing a weekly Friday Flyer. So, any news you want to share with the Park please turn in any articles to Sue in Activities. I also want to put a plug in for
our website. This is a great way to get the Park news out to everyone. If you have internet, I encourage everyone to sign up. Whenever the Smoke Signal, Friday Flyer, or news item is published you will receive an email notifying you of such article. The website I am referring to is: www.sundance1rv.com
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving and you didn’t eat too much. A big Thank You to the Kitchen Staff!
Not too much longer and Christmas will be here. I just don’t know where the time goes. It seems like it was only yesterday I was doing last year’s December Smoke Signal.
The volunteers have been busy getting the float ready for Dec 2nd Electric Light Parade. I hope many of you are able to attend the parade. For more information on the Parade, check with the Activity Office.
Just a few reminders:
Every Monday at 8:30 AM is the Koffee Klatch. This is for everyone. Sue talks about the coming week’s events; introduction of new folks is done, birthday and anniversary announcements; invites to all park residents on various park activities, such as Pickle Ball, Computer Club, Photo Group, Choir, etc. And, one must not forget – VOLUNTEERS are always needed.
Speed Limit is 15 MPH. Please obey the traffic signs.
Pet Etiquette must be practiced every day.
Park Model residents – No Parking of any vehicles on the gravel.
The street going out of the Office/Activity Parking Lot is a oneway,
so please adhere to the 1-Way Signs.
Welcome to all returning and new residences. We would like to
invite you to join us each Sunday morning at 8:30 in the Hole in
the Well for a non-denominational church service with Pastor
Scott Bailey. We have a communion service on the first Sunday of
each mouth. If you would like to sing in the choir, Marcia would
love to have you join her at 8 am Sunday morning for practice
before the service. All your offerings go to support our pastor and
three charitable organizations, they are The Center for Domestic
Abuse, The Pregnancy Center and the Open Hands Outreach
Center for Homeless Veterans. We also have a toy drive in February
for the children in Casa Grande Banner Hospital.
OUR VISION: GLORIFY GOD, SHARE HIS GLORY, MEET
Les and Judy Pierce
Please join the Smith’s and the Ferguson’s if you are interested in
celebrating the Friday evening Sabbath at Sundance.
We honor the Sabbath every Friday night and would like to
know how many are coming. We look forward to seeing you.
Please join Debbie Gonzalez as we study the book of James—
Living a Life of Faith.. We meet each Wednesday at 10am in the
Hang Out Room. For further information, contact Debbie.
Hands Across the Border… Welcome back to all of
you returning to Sundance 1 and a special welcome to all of the
new comers. It is certainly nice to be in a warm and dry part of
the country at this time of the year.
For those of you who are not aware, we would like to inform
you of our fun filled evening of food and entertainment at the
HANDS ACROSS THE BORDER dinner on Saturday, February
17, 2018. A further updates will be inserted in the February
issue of the Smoke Signal and the Friday Flyers.
Bob and Jayne Abbott, #558
It will soon be time!
Watch for the announcement!
Time is drawing near for the casting call for the Dessert Theatre.
Actors, actresses, set designers, stage manager, prompter and
make up are some of the opportunities available. Stay tuned for
Community Service Opportunity
The Casa Grande Lions Club is a very active group of citizens
assistance to their community through a wide variety of service
Lion members and non-member Winter Visitors who
would like to assist the local Club are welcome and appreciated.
Our motto: WE SERVE
Meetings are held at 6pm the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the
month at the American Legion Post 8, 713 N. Park Ave.
Many of our residents are Scent Sensitive and the wearing of
perfumes, colognes, etc., can irritate and aggravate allergies, asthma
and headaches. Please be thoughtful of others and refrain
from wearing fragrances while in the common areas of the resort.
Name badges should be worn while out and about the park attending activities, dances, and while in the common areas of the
park. We appreciate it!!
Wednesday Golf Scramble…
The Wednesday Golf Scramble is off and running. This year there has been a change of courses. Tierra Grande has closed and so this year we are playing at Arizona City Golf Course. In addition, we no longer can have a shotgun start, but are assigned Tee Times starting at 1:15pm every Wednesday. Sign ups are in the Activities Office. Sign up before Monday mornings for that weeks golf. When signing in, please include your site number, your phone number, and an email address (if you have one). The golf course requires that we provide this information to them. In addition, it assists us in notifying you if we have to cancel because of weather. So sign up, golf, and socialize with friends each Wednesday!!
Hula…Let me bring the enchantment of the Hawaiian islands to you! Participants will enjoy a weekly hula experience starting Wednesday, Jan 3, 2018 from 1-2pm in the Hole in the Wall. You will learn a complete hula, good for impressing your friends or that “special someone”.
We practice and review each week, learning basic hula steps, movements and hand motions that tell the story. No experience is necessary! Please check the wall in the Activities Office for the Hula sign up sheet or just drop in! Hope to see you then! Aloha….
Couples Dance Class…
Fall is here and so is another year of couples dance classes. We start Tuesday, Dec 5 with Beginning Country Waltz. Thursdays we will teach Pattern Dancing starting Dec. 7. Both classes are from 10-11:30am in the Hole in the Wall.
Beginners are welcome, but a partner is required. Classes are $1 per couple. We hope to see you all there.
Kent & Sandi Reedy—Fairways
From Sues Desk…Welcome Back! From those of us who live here year round, we are certainly glad to have you return. It’s especially happy in the Activity Office because it’s time to hold all the dances, shows, country stores, umpteen card games, sporting events and games we’ve all gotten accustom to in the winter. I’ve explained here all the December happenings and on the next page you’ll find all the upcoming events we have on the calendar. We’re hoping all of you enjoy your winter at Sundance 1 by making friends, participating in the activities and especially laughing!! Keep Smiling.
Dec 1—Enjoy shopping and eating at our Country Store from 9-Noon in the Hole in the Wall. What a great way to meet your neighbors!
Dec 2—Our patio sale will be up and running from 8-Noon throughout the park. Look for the bright pink balloons and see what they’re selling—it may be just what you’ve been looking for.
Dec 6—New Image Fashion Sale will be held in the Hole in the Wall from 10-2pm. Ladies—there will be clothing, bathing suits & watches just for you!
Dec 7—Tag-a-Long to Barleen’s AZ Opry for their dinner show. Expect a grand show for Home for the Holidays. Dinner at 6:30 and show at 7:30pm.
Dec 8—Be at the Exercise Room at 10am to view the manufacture’s video on the proper use of our equipment. A resident will demonstrate for you, too.
Dec 8— Let’s enjoy a Free Friday Night Movie at 6:30pm in the Hole in the Wall. Bring a comfy chair, beverage, and munchies if you want. The featured movie will be announced in a Friday Flyer.
Dec 11—Hop in the Casino Bus at 10am and enjoy a full day of bingo and/or slots and lunch. Be sure to sign up in the Activity Office.
Dec 13—Your friends and neighbors will wow you with their talent presenting for you a Christmas Show entitled “Christmas Around the World”. Please join us at 7pm in the Hole in the Wall. Admittance will continue to be $1 and a non-perishable food item for the Casa Grande Food Bank. Refreshments will be served after thr show.
Dec 15—This is the date for our monthly Dillard’s VIP day for Sundance residents. Your day begins at 9:30 at the store with a continental breakfast, fashion show, door prizes, discounts and, of course, shopping. Please sign up in the Activities Office.
Dec 20— 2 of our favorite entertainers will be here for a 7pm performance in the Hole in the Wall. Be prepared for wonderful music and comedy—Christmas Style.by Gordy and Debbie. $8 tickets are available in the Activity Office.
Dec 23—Help Save a Life! The first of 2 blood drives will be in the Hole in the Wall from 8am to Noon. Please register in the Activity Office.
Dec 24—Let’s do our traditional chili dinner and gift exchange on Christmas Eve at 5pm in the Hole in the Wall. Please purchase a nice unisex gift for $10 or under. We’ll play our fun dice game. Fun for all!!
Dec 25—Merry Christmas—Join our Sundance 1 family for a potluck at 4pm in the Hole in the Wall.. The park supplies the ham and we’ll bring all the trimmings. Bring your own table service and beverage. The sign up sheets for table reservations will be posted in the Activity Office.
Dec 31—Happy New Year—Let’s bring in 2018 with a New York New Year’s Eve. The party goes from 6-10pm while we watch the ball drop in New York City on the big screen. Tickets are $15 each and we bring our own beverages and appetizers. The theme this time will be “Taking a Cruise”. Our entertainers are cruise ship performers, the husband and wife team of The Brookharts. Be sure to purchase your tickets early as they go on sale to the public on Dec 15.
December Dances in the Hole in the Wall
Dec 9—CC Collier—Country music—7-10pm—$8
Dec 16—The Keepsakes—Variety of music—7-10pm—$8
Upcoming Events …
Mark your favorite events so you don’t miss out!!!
Jan 5—Country Store
Jan 6—Luau Party
Jan 10—IL/IN Potluck
Jan 11—Organ Stop Tag-a-Long
Jan 12—Fashion Show & Lunch
Jan 13—Discount Card Sale
Jan 13—Welcome Back
Jan 13—Jack Jackson Show
Jan 16—Silver Star Tag-a-Long
Jan 17—Johnny Cash Tribute Show
Jan 20—CO/NE Potluck
Jan 21—Steve Forester Gospel Group
Jan 23—Hale Theater Tag-a-Long
Jan 26—Casino Night
Jan 28—Canadian Potluck
Jan 31 – Mario Carboni—Honky Tonk Rebel
Feb 2—Country Store
Feb 2—Sundance Radio Show
Feb 3—MT,WY,N & S Dakota Potluck
Feb 7—Elvis Tribute with Danny Vernon
Feb 8—Softball’s Brat Dinner Fundraiser
Feb 11—Iowa Potluck
Feb 11—WA,ID,OR,CA Potluck
Feb 13—Mardi Gras Parade
Feb 13—Michigan Potluck
Feb 14—Valentine Dinner Show with Brad Fitch
Feb 17—Hands Across the Border
Feb 18—MN Potluck
Feb 20,21,&22—Dessert Theater
Feb 24—Quilt Show
Feb 28—Hale Theater Tag-a-Long
March 2—Country Store
March 2—Misfit States Potluck
March 3—Patio Sale
March 4—Ice Cream Social
March 7—WI Potluck
March 8—Sundance Variety Show
March 10—Western Days
March 14—Volunteer Lunch
March 14—Bernie & Red Show
March 17—St Patricks Day Dinner
The Sundance 1 Genealogy Group
Are you wondering about your Great-Grandmother’s family or if your Great-great uncle fought in the Civil War?
Maybe we can help you research. The Sundance 1 RV Genealogy Group meet the first 4 Wednesday mornings at 10:00 AM in the Gambling Room. The first and third Wednesdays are for all interested persons and the second and fourth Wednesday are catered towards the beginners. We encourage seasoned researchers to come to the 2nd and 4th sessions as well so we can provide one on one help for the beginners.
Not everyone is interested in “dead” people but how exciting to discover that your ancestor traveled by covered wagon across the Midwest or about an ancestor who fought in the Civil war. To be able to research your ancestor and “walk” in their footsteps and to be able to find out where they came from and possible go to the places they lived is very memorable. To be able to find out how they lived and what they had to go through makes you appreciate what you have.
Please join us each Wednesday morning at 10:00 and share in our common journey.
Jeanette Keyes & Lynn Olson
Sundance Art Group meets every Thursday in the Hangout Room. Zentangle Inspired Art class meets at 9:30. Everyone is welcome, no experience needed. The only supplies needed to start are a pencil, a (gel) pen and a small sketch pad (or just paper) to get you started. The painting group meets in Hangout Room on Thursday also. We have some working with oil, acrylics, water color, pen & ink. Come and join us or just stop in to see what we are working on. We are open to new ideas and mediums to work with, so if you have an art project you enjoy, come share with us!
Cheri O’Brien. #673
Monday Night Jammers…
Please Join us
Mondays @ 6:30pm
in the Hole in the Wall.
All levels of talent are Welcome
POWER WALKING PROGRAM
HOLE IN THE WALL
MONDAY to FRIDAY AT 9AM
(may be subject to delays)
ALL WELCOME – PLEASE JOIN US Kathy McBride
Effective Dec 5, doors will open at 6, card sales will begin at 6:15-6:50pm. All card sales will end at 6:50pm to give staff time to calculate game winnings and begin play by 7:00pm. Reminder: Guests must wear their Sundance ID Badges and smaller denomination of bills would be appreciated. Thank you
Linda Starr, Bingo Coordinator
Welcome back everyone, hope you had a great summer. It’s good to be back with our winter family, and now it’s time to have some dancing fun and get back into shape. As in previous years our classes are every Tuesday and Thursday. 1pm for warm ups or one on one help with steps. This is .the time to start if you ever wanted to try it. Tuesdays class are beginner dances only from 1 to 3pm.. Thursdays class starts at 1:30 to 2:30 for beginners and 2:30 to 3:30 for intermediate dances. Our fee is still $1 per day for residents. Come and join us, we always have a good time.
We need you. Come join us for bridge. We have social bridge on Sunday and Thursday at 7pm, Monday afternoon at 1pm and advanced duplicate bridge on Wednesday 15 12:30opm—all in the card room. You need a reservation and a partner for the duplicate bridge. For additional information, contact Kent Rudesill
Arizona Group Travel
Fun Bus Tours for Sundance 1 RV Resort
We are so glad to see so many of you back.
Our First Day Trip…
Sun., Dec 3 – Phoenix Zoo Lights which have been completely redone – then to the Mormon Temple.
The price is $65 per person – this includes your bus transportation, your ticket to zoo lights. Mormon Temple which has a Christmas celebration and program also, but there is no cost there – Only enjoyment and fun at both. We have gone here many years – alternating years and have always had an enjoyable time.
Sat., Jan 20 – We have a valley of the sun city tour going downtown to Phoenix, visiting the Capital Museum and is so very interesting. We have done this before and enjoyed it so much. Going to the convention center, Sun Stadium, D-back Stadium, Biltmore, Old Town Scottsdale and Paradise Valley, new water front at South Ridge, Heritage Square, Cave Creek, Frontier Land, the Boulders and end the day with lunch at the Horny Toad Restaurant at Cave Creek on your own.
The Price is $60 per person which includes round trip transportation and visiting all these places except lunch is on your own.
Feb 25 – Mar 1 – 5 days/4nights San Diego. We will be staying @ Hotel Circle, with hot breakfasts. Sight Seeing included in price is to Old Town, Sea Port Village, Coronado, Gaslamp Quarter, Balboa Park. Other optional trips on your own – visiting USS Midway is a half day tour and also the San Diego Zoo.
Price if $414 per dbl occupancy and $604 single. This includes transportation and tours included for the above and luggage handling. This is a wonderful trip – Come with us.
Sun., Mar 11 – Saguaro Lake Cruise. This is a wonderful and beautiful cruise. After the cruise we will eat at the Lakeshore restaurant (on your own).
The price is $65 per person which includes lake cruise and transportation.
We are so sorry to say that this will be our last year for doing bus tours after 17 years. We will miss this and all of you great people. This has been so much fun for us and we have been so many, many places over the years….but it is time for us to retire.
Take care and God bless – love you all so very much
Harold and Terry Beach, Site 117
It’s time to bring your new ideas and join us for Crafty Ladies. If you have never joined us before, stop in and see what it is that we do. We meet on Monday 1 – 4 p.m. and on Friday 1 – 4 p.m. in the Hangout Room. If you have any questions, contact Pat Silver at Site 229.
Happy Go Lucky Singles….
We are the happy go lucky singles and would like to tell you a little about ourselves. We are a social group open to all singles at Sundance. We meet the 3rd Sunday of the month. Most of our get-togethers are in the Hang Out Room from 4-6pm, though sometimes we leave the park for an adventure elsewhere. There is always an article in the Friday Flyer about our next event and a sign-up sheet is in the Activity Office about 2 weeks in advance. We’d love to have you join us!
The Tai Chi video will begin in the Hang Out Room on Tuesday, Dec 12, 2017, at 8am. Hope to see you there!
Both American and Canadian Veteran’s from Sundance and Fairways are welcome to join us monthly on the 2nd Monday of each month at 10am
Dec 11—Fairways Clubhouse
Jan 8—Sundance Hangout Room
Feb 12—Fairways Clubhouse
Mar 12 – Sundance Hangout Room
Please join us each Monday night at 7pm in the Hang Out Room. All folks are welcome and we could use more players. Hope to see you there!
Come Join Us
At 2 Book Groups
The December meeting of the Fiction Book Group is Dec. 19 at 9:30 a.m. in the Hangout Room. If you are new to Sundance, please consider this your invitation to come join us as we read wonderful books and have spirited discussions. There are two separate groups. One group reads Fiction and the other one Non-Fiction books.
The December fiction book is “The Paris Architect” by Charles Belfoure (A Complete List of books we’re reading this year, and a sign-up sheet is in Activities.) The fiction group meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the Hangout Room.
The non-fiction group will begin on Tuesday, Dec. 5 from 1-3 p.m. in the Hangout Room. It will always be held the first Tuesday of each month, also in the Hangout Room. The non-fiction group will be reading various chapters from two books: These books are both older, so should be available used.
Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores The Hidden Side of Everything” and “Super Freakonomics,” the sequel, both written by Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner. Each of the chapters stand alone. We will cover the chapters that are most fun.
First Session Assignment: In Freakonomics: Pages 1-14, Pages 215-231 and Chapter 2 in that order.
Candy Mayo, Group Leader
Do you enjoy watching baseball? Sundance games are played at the Palm Creek ball field according to the following schedule. More games and times will be announced in the Friday Flyers.
Dec 5—at 11:30am Dec 12 at 10:15 am
Dec 7—at 12:45pm Dec 14 at 10:15am
Dec 19 at 11:30am
Our season is going great! Every Monday morning at 9.00am we have a class to teach newcomers the game, and we follow up these lessons with mentoring sessions at 11.00am Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Four of our players entered a tournament at Mission Royale. Our two ladies, Cindy Litke and Joanne Frost won the bronze and our two men, Garnett Fry and Tim Frost won the gold. Well done Sundance!
We had a great event under the lights on Friday, all the courts were full and a large group showed up to cheer the players on.
Anyone wanting information about pickleball can contact Alan #324
Sundance Quilters And Sewers…
The sewing/quilting group has had a great start for the season. We had our first “quilt till you wilt” on November 16th and plan to have another in December. It’s a blast! We can stay open till 9 p.m. to sew, have a wonderful time sharing tips, conversation, and some delicious food. November 21st was the day for the sewers to work on making Christmas stockings for the foster children in our area. Over 130 stockings were completed and are ready for delivery in time for their Christmas party! On December 4th we will be going on a Shop Hop to Miami, Arizona, for a fun filled day of shopping at quilt stores, and, of course, socializing over a fun lunch along the way! We look forward to the season with all our Sundance1 family and friends. Please come and join us if you want to sew or quilt. The room can be open 7 days a week 8:30 to 3:45 as long as one of our “monitors” opens the room.
This group of creative, caring women meet weekly to make handmade items for local charities. It’s just a side benefit that we laugh at our daily lives, the stories we share and the ones we read about. We don’t discuss world events but we do solve complex, intricate, eye-popping worldly issues.
Just don’t ask us about the toilet handle story …
We meet on Mondays from 10-noon in the hang out room unless otherwise posted in Friday flyer.
Calling all Horseshoe Players…
We welcome all new and experienced players. Please join us on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9:15 to 11am. Fore more info, see Don #352.
Sundance RC Club
The Sundance RC Club would like to welcome back all racers and fans to the Sundance Raceway for another season of exciting racing.
We would like to remind all our fans that our grandstand is for race car drivers only and that there are areas on each end of the stands for lawn chairs. Please do not sit too close to the fence as the cars travel at speeds of 35 mph and we don’t want anyone getting hurt.
If you are a new driver or know of someone who would like to try to drive a car before they buy one please contact Rob Franzmann site 227, Bob Wood site 43, Ron Foster site 49, or Gary Seeman site 384
Race times are Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1:00 pm
Special events- The powder puff (lady’s race day) Feb. 14 at 1:00
Rookie set up day – to be determined in Jan.
We would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. Please travel safely as you make your way home to be with family and friends.
Scheduled play is Monday – Tuesday – Wednesday & Friday at 9:30 with Tuesday being bowling pin shuffle. Mon. Wed. & Fri. is regular shuffleboard you play for yourself.
Tuesday bowling pin shuffle is a team event with all the yellow against all the black—this is really a fun time, lots of cheering and encouraging your team.
The shuffleboards are there for anyone to play anytime. The cost .50 per person to play—it’s on your honor put money in jar in shed.
We encourage anyone wanting to learn the game. Ask and we will teach you. Come out any day at scheduled time and we will instruct.
The boards need proper care prior to play and taken care of after play. We will teach you that also, just ask.
We are a fun loving group come out and enjoy.
We have a great time. Any suggestions for the shuffleboard program are welcome.
Joe & Carolyn Hess #611
COUNTRY STORES OFF TO ANOTHER GREAT SEASON
Sundance’s Country Stores began another wonderful season in November, and will continue on the first Friday of the month through March. With more than 40 vendors on-site (including about 10 who are new this year), shoppers will find a large assortment of items for personal use, the home and gifts. Plus our free raffle offers the opportunity to win some terrific prizes donated by our vendors.
Our wonderful kitchen crew adds to your shopping pleasure with coffee and pastries for sale at 7:30 and a scrumptious lunch at 11.
The Country Store is always on the lookout for new vendors, as well as assistants to help with raffle ticket distribution and other activities. All shifts are available.
For further information contact Fritzi at 2665 or Sue in Activities.
Sundance 1 is looking for a coordinator for next year’s Country Stores. If you like working with all kinds of people, are organized, and can devote approximately 10 hours per month (including the time spent at the Store itself), please contact Fritzi at 2665 or Sue in Activities for more information.
From the Mail Room…
HoHoHo! Tis the season for sending and receiving Christmas cards and packages. This notice reminds you to PLEASE ask your friends and family to use your site number on all mail. There will be an in-house basket available for your cards to park residents.
Ladies….Do you need your sewing machine cleaned or repaired? Call Allen Hayes at 651-380-1390 or see me at site 104.
LONE BUTTE/WILD HORSE PASS
Day Bus—Dec 11, Jan 8 and 29, Feb 19, March & April to be announced
Night Bus—Jan 18 and March 1
There is no cost to ride the bus. All riders receive a $10 free slot play on their Player’s Card. The bus will take you to either Wild Horse or Lone Butte Casino. If you want to play Bingo, you must go to Lone Butte. Slots can be played at either casino. Mondays are Wild Horse Casino’s Senior Day, so if you go there, you can get a $5 food coupon at their Player’s Club, in addition to the $10 free slot play.
The bus run originates at Sundance 1 RV Resort. Please bring your driver’s license and your Player’s Club Card. The Day Bus leaves the Activity Office at 10am; pickup at Fairways will be a few minutes later for both the day bus and night bus. The bus will get back at approximately 4:30pm. The Night Bus will leave the Activity Office at 4pm and return approximately 10:30pm.
A sign up sheet will be available in the Sundance 1 Activity Office. For more information, please contact Dianne Felker at 520-827-1134.
The bus only comes if there are at least 25 people signed up by the preceding Wednesday!! The signup sheets have to be sent to the casino by Thursday morning, so please sign up early!!
Golf Cart Detailing… Hello Neighbors! I will be happy and available for hire to clean and detail your golf carts starting at #35 depending on size and current condition. I will come and take a look at your cart. Just contact me.
Jacqueline Burton #638
Laptop Shop, LLC
1397 E Florence Blvd, Suite 5
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
(Money off coupons available in the Activity Office)
RED LIGHT/GREEN LIGHT
THE ROAD RULES OF CANINE COLOR CODING
You see an adorable dog out on a walk. Your first impulse? To stop and give that fluffy pup a pet, of course!
But wait, what’s the deal with his bright red collar and leash? More than just a fashion choice, it may be sending a message via color coding system where red means “stay away, please!” Understanding it can help ensure that every interaction with new friends goes as smoothly as possible.
De-coding the colors – Following are the meanings of all the different shades you might see dogs sporting around town. Check out our primer on how pet parents are re-inventing the color wheel.
Red – The universal color of “stop,” red pet accessories say that this dog is not comfortable around new people or other animals. It’s appropriate for any pup that doesn’t play well with others.
Green – It’s a go! A dog wearing green is friendly and open to interactions with new pups and passersby alike.
Orange – Dogs in orange prefer two-legged companions to other canines. They could be aggressive with other dogs, but welcome pets from humans.
Bright Yellow – Yellow means this pup is up for adoption! Say hello – and if you two get along, you could give that dog a home.
Light Yellow – Light yellow indicates that this dog is nervous, whether he’s not feeling well, still in training or just a bit shy.
White – White indicates that this dog is blind or deaf.
Blue – A dog in blue has an important job to do. This is the color worn by service dogs who help their owners overcome physical or mental disabilities. No petting!
Purple – If you see a pup in purple, the message is clear: DO NOT FEED! This dog likely has food allergies or is on a diet.
The Activity Office wants to take this time to thank our wonderful volunteers who willingly help us set up and take down tables and chairs, decorate, and manage the weekly activities. We appreciate you beyond words. The park wouldn’t be so successful without you.
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