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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...
Malone Manor will be celebrating our 25th Anniversary and RHF (our mother company) will be celebrating they're 50th so we are holding a party to celebrate. city, state and CEO's from the company will be attending. We are allowed to use donations only, no operating funds will be allowed. this would reallybenifit us.
My idea for " The Summer Splash " starts with music from the tropics, specially the Caribbean. Will use a steel band for music ( Their is an American man that does this music, here in Salisbury ). Decoration will be tropical of cause and food from different countries in the tropics. We will need someone to motivate everyone to dance and have fun.
"Tea Party"
A favorite event would be a "Tea Party". First you need to post a big atractive sign at the Leasing office lobby so your prospects can read about it, also post small signs by the community mail boxes, the gym and include a reminder in your monthly news letter, the event can be conducted inside the club house during the summer and you can incorporate the club house patio (outdoors) if the weather is nice and cold. You can get donations from your nearby Publix supermarket (they love doing marketing exchange, ask them for coupons for your new move ins welcome package) Publix can donate petite-deserts, cakes, sugar, sweet and low, disposable utensils, napkings and absorted boxes of tea bags, etc... you can ask your manager for petty cash money and you can also allow residents to share their own home made cookies and cup cakes if they wish...
Scavenger HUNT
My community is centered around our university and I have always had the idea to get our community more involved in the larger community. My residents are majority graduate students that take their studies very seriously. The majority of my residents are always considered part-time residents of Ohio as they only live here during the school year and go home so many of them do not take advantage of everything our city has to offer. I had always planned on doing a scavenger hunt around the city partnering with other businesses and apartment communities to compete against one another. We would market the scavenger hunt in all places which would get your name out there and help the other businesses as well. Each business would contribute something towards the grand prize, Second Prize, and Third Prize... be it gift cards, tshirts, cups, food... etc. Then after the scavenger hunt...
Wine and Art (a unique spin on the typical Happy Hour)
This is a unique event that we are planning for June 2011. If you have a resident or two at your community who are art-savvy, maybe they can teach the class for you. We have two art teachers on property who are passionate about sharing art with others. If you don't have anyone interested in teaching the class, maybe you can find a teacher to donate their time. We will be providing a fun enviroment with wine and food for our over 21 residents to come in, create a painting (with instruction from the art teachers) and take their painting home with them. The painting is at a beginner level so that everyone (even those who aren't art-savvy) can have something to be proud of. All you need to host this event is lots of inexpensive acrylic paint, paper bowls (for mixing colors and washing brushes), inexpensive paint brushes,...
Resident Appreciation Week
We held a week long event at varies times of the day so that all residents could attend one day or the other. This was our biggest turnout yet! Sundae Sunday; Resident were treated by staff making sundaes for residents with their choice of toppings Monday Bag Lunch; During the lunch hour resident could stop by to pick up a bag lunch filled with a sub sandwich, chips, fruit and drink. Tuesday Breakfast on the go; Beginning at 6am staff members stood outside at the driveway exit and handed breakfast bags filled with muffins, coffee, juice, fruit and breakfast bar to residents heading out to start their day. Wednesday Treat Day; Each apartment door had freshly baked cookies with a handwritten thank you note, in a bag hanging on their door. Thursday Resident Appreciation Dinner; Residents were treated to a catered dinner along with drawing for several prizes. ...
Cooking Classes!
Talk about reaching out to all women! The single that want to impress their significant and the moms looking for the quick meals! This is a hit and you can do it as small or as large as you want. Hire a professional, contact your local Cooking or Culinary School - they are always looking for audiences to place their students in front of, or just have a resident prepare their favorite dinner each week/month. If full plates aren't possible for all guests, just a taste will do! Bon Appetit!
Waffles Under the Stars
August 24th is National Waffle Day! The "holiday" marks the anniversary of the first U.S. patent for a waffle iron, which Cornelius Swarthout received on August 24, 1869. Why not celebrate with breakfast for dinner? This event can be executed any day of the year - why wait for August? This event can be made as simple or fancy as you wish. Have fun with it and watch your residents flock to breakfast for dinner!
The children and adults in the community go on a hayride singing Christmas Carols while other adults go to the porches and collect canned items that the residents have put out for the hungry. The hayride stops at predetermined houses for hot chocolate and Christmas cookies. All the food collected is given to our local food bank. The kids love it and it gets everybody in the mood for giving.
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