Message from the Entertainment Director
Labor Day Weekend Planning:
On April 2, we had an organizational meeting for the Labor Day weekend party. For those who are new to the Club, our Club invites our reciprocating Tennessee River Clubs (Chattanooga, Fort Loudoun and Turtle Point) for a weekend of fun, food, music, games and camaraderie over the Labor Day weekend. It starts Friday and ends on Sunday before Labor Day. This year's theme is college football. I have only lived in the southeast for a few years and have found the excitement of college football very special. Just come watch an Alabama game with a couple of ladies you know from the Club and you will learn right away that college football is not just a game.
As is typical of this Club, we do not hire out everything but many members pitch in lots of help to make this event possible. This is a great time to work as a team, get involved and meet other members. There are many options and levels of participation, some you can lead, some just lend a hand and others get your elbows dirty. We are still looking for help in the following areas and hope you will consider jumping in even if you don't know what you are doing.
Games Leader - Be in charge of games for Saturday
Game Hosts for the following games:
Punt, Pass and Kick
Host Boat - we already have 5 but need one more. This job requires putting on a tailgate type, heavy appetizer meal on the dock behind/beside your boat, decorating in the theme of the weekend. You will have a budget from the club and can ask another couple to help if you like.
Photographer - take pictures and have slide show running on a tv during the weekend.
Posters - design and print 12 posters to advertise the event at our Club and at the other Clubs which we have invited.
Help decorate the weekend before the party.
Please contact me if you are interested in participating or if you have questions about any of the jobs. We look forward to working together to make this a great event!
Other upcoming parties:
Emmett and Susan Smith are hosting a party and it is expected to be a big one. Due to circumstances that could not be controlled, the new Brewers Cooperative will not be able to open due to construction issues. So, Emmett and Susan are moving the party to the Lake Guntersville Yacht Club. Since they no longer have a restaurant and bar to provide food and drinks, we will be doing a POT-LUCK dinner & BYOB. So, please bring a dish to share with everyone and bring your favorite beverage(s). They will probably have about 175 people, so think big as far as your dish to share. They will have Seth Sullivan with Sullivan Productions (DJ) for music and bartenders to mix your favorite cocktails at the new LGYC bar. Bring your dancing shoes and let's celebrate our ability to adapt and overcome when it comes to having a party.
Seth Sullivan Productions (DJ) will be setting up outside, weather permitting, on the new covered patio, lake view included, and will be providing great dance music. He will set up inside if weather is an issue. Regardless, bring your dancing shoes and let us celebrate life!
7:30-?? Music by DJ