SOCIAL COMMITTEE

 

50th ANNIVERSARY FOR WELLINGTON GREENS

Come celebrate with all of Wellington! 

All Wellington Greens residents are invited to attend an afternoon of celebration for the 50th birthday of our Home Owners Association. Mark your calendars, the celebration will be held from 1:00-4:00 pm on Sunday, September 17, in and around the clubhouse. Vintage Corvettes and Mustangs will be on display. There will be games, live Barber Shop singers, a pictorial display of Wellington Green’s history in the clubhouse, 1960’s music, birthday cake and ice cream, and much more. Ed Zimmer from Lincoln’s Planning and Preservation Department and long-time Wellington resident Dottie Shapiro will share insights about Wellington Greens history at 2:00 and 3:00. And a DRAWING for one-month free association dues will be held at 3:30 (you must be present to win). Watch for banners at both 70th Street entrances and on the clubhouse and reminders in your courts.

We can’t wait to celebrate with you!

 

 

 

FIRST ANNUAL HOLIDAY BOUTIQUE  A HUGE SUCCESS

Thanks to Nancy Vogt and the Social Committee, the First Annual Holiday Boutique was a huge success and it will be an annual affair.  It was held on November 5, 2016.  There were eight vendors offering their treasures and they hope to have a few more next year.  Here are a few pictures of items that were for sale.

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SUPER BLUES PARTY ON THE GREENS  HELD SEPTEMBER                                                                                                    

A number of residents enjoyed the music Jared Alberico playing his guitar, kicking a bass drum and singing and Honeyboy Turner playing his harmonica and singing.  Not as many residents were in attendance as there would have been had it not been rained out for the first date scheduled.  Those that attended expressed their hope that we do this again.

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On March 19th, we had a “Taste of Italy” party in the clubhouse.  There was a variety of good foods including a number of cheeses, meatballs, potato cakes, several dips, calamari, coffee and biscotti. The Still donated the Italian wines. When you go to the Still for your favorite beverage, be sure and give a big “THANK YOU!” to John and Jackie. Also, thank the members of the Social Committee, they donated the food and their time and special thanks to Tom “T.J.” Johnson for donating a bottle of Brunello.
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