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At the end of the school year we had a celebration. The kids loved it. We did a majority of it outside but some was inside. We served, hotdogs,chips,punch,carrots w/ranch dip. We ahad multiple activities to keep them entrtained. It lasted in total about 1 1/2 hrs. We had a sidewalk chaulk contest which is very inexpensive and left lovely artwork for us for the rest of the week. Here we awarded a prize. We had a water balloon fight, parents against kids.(The kids won) We purchased washable paint and everyone put thier handprint on a postor board which we hung up with everyones name by thier handprint so they could bring thier family to show thier artwork. And finally we purchased premade sugar cookies and let them all decorate thier own cookie with lots of fun toppings. This was a very budget friendly outing that the kids LOVED it!!!...
 
 
The Halloween Neighborhood Bazaar is similar to a Fall Festival. We host this every year the week before Halloween, and we have an amazing turnout. We have 264 apartments and usually over 300 people and 50 pets attend the event each year. We encourage everyone to attend in costume, including the residents' pets. At the beginning of the evening, we host a costume parade for all the residents and pets that arrive in costume. At the end of the parade, we hand out goodie bags filled with candy and toys for all the children and goodie bags stocked with treats and squeaky toys for all the pets. The main part of the bazaar is hosted by the residents, which is great, because it saves us lots of time and money. Residents compete for a large prize (usually a rent concession or gift card), and...
 
 
We had a mini haunted house, mummies, ghost, witches brew punch, and gave away over one hundred pounds of candy. We had spooky music and all the staff dressed up. We also had a pot luck dinner where everyone brought their most spooky dish. Needless to say it was the most sucessful resident function ever.
 
 
I manage a low-income senior apartment building. A couple of our residents are life-long royalty watchers complete with Diana Dolls, etc., but still more of them were interested in the April 29th nuptuals of Prince William and Kate. On the 28th, we got together so the tenants could make their own "fascinator hats" that they wore to the event which began at 3am! In addition to the festive hats, our community room "chapel" was decorated with British flags, flowers, etc., with chairs arranged ala wedding. "Guests" were served crumpets, traditional English version of fruit cake, individual "wedding cakes" and of course tea. Despite the 3am start time, more than a third of our property attended (pictures available on request).
 
 
Blankets of Hope
Our residents in a senior low income housing project got together and make blankets for the soldiers in Iraq. Many of them were or had relatives in WWII or Korea so it was especially poignant for them to give to the next generation of American heroes. Fantastic event.
 
 
Come join your neighbors on the 4th of July in celebrating our freedom! Have fun in the freedom of barbecueing all day and dressing in red, white and blue. Prizes for the best dressed Uncle Sam costume! Have fun singing off key american songs while we parade around the complex. Plenty of games for tenants of all ages. Softball game at 3:30 for anyone that wants to play. Patriotic dessert contest at 5:00. Parade at 7:00. Fireworks show at 10:00.
 
 
This party is especially popular at low-income or affordable properties. We provided finger food snacks (chips, cookies, soda etc.) and our give-aways were a bundle of school supplies for every child. We gave everyone 3 spiral notebooks, folders color coded according to the local school list, a pencil bag with scissors, glue, pens, pencils, erasers and a ruler. The great thing about this party is all those items can be property customizable through a company like peachtree. These items are also very inexpensive when bought in bulk. We had games such as the adult vs. kid spelling bee and trivia from "Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader" game (but any history/science questions would suffice). We raffled off several quality back packs and locker accessories kits. This was our most popular party of the year. We had everyone sign-up ahead of time...
 
 
My idea is for a summer BBQ luau and bon fire. The event would be catered by a top rated BBQ catering company. Authenic Hawaiian pig roast, grass skirts, coconut bras, hawaiian shirts, roasting marshmallows by the fire for smores, great music and karaoke and to top off the festivities a open tiki bar with a mix of hawaaian inspired drinks and beer. There would be games and a photo booth as well to commemorate the day!
 
 
National Night Out
National Night Out is people working together in our community to prevent and address crime, drug, and other neighborhood problems that the community maybe facing. It's going to be an occasion to celebrate past success, discuss current challanges or issues, and re-dedicate to collaborative efforts with neighbors, police, business and others to improve the quality of life in our city. Main goal to promote increase involment of youth with their neighbors,promote crime prevention, and increase ways that the community can protect themselves, and their property.
 
 
This would be an all day event to show appreciation for our residents. There's a huge tennis community here so we're going to do a tournament, free lessons with prizes like tennis supplies and ice cream. Simultaneously, throughout the day we'll have the bbq's going serving food for the residents, picnic/bbq fare. We will also have smaller games such as a sand volleyball tournament, etc and possibly movies going in our clubhouse. As darkness nears we'll gather all of our residents in different areas of the property to view the fireworks that are set off in our community. Thousands of people descend upon our area for the fireworks and after a certain point of time you cannot enter or leave our street as it is closed off by the police. This is a great alternative for our residents so they do not have to...
 
 
 
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