Thanks to the efforts and organization by Chuck Tabeling, there was music by Sowflo, a local favorite band whose reputation for great reggae is soaring. This group has a following! Of course, there was dancing in the perfect weather that, I’m sure, Chuck also ordered!
Motorcycles, cars and a plethora of golf carts jockeyed for parking, especially near the food and beverage areas. Old friends reunited, shared their stories of Irmageddon, devoured chicken wings, roasted pork sandwiches and coleslaw, accompanied by their own BYOB and laughter. Spectators cheered the lively corn hole game competition, while children ran around and made up their own games to play. Raffle tickets were sold, and some people who won donated their proceeds back to Isles of Capri.New friends were made, and plans for the boat parade, house decorating contest and golf cart parade, as well as the upcoming bocce season, were discussed enthusiastically. I heard one Caprier say, “I’m going to best you this year, Jerry, bet on it!” The friendly competition is up and running!
The picnic and comradery were a wonderful prelude to the holidays on Isles of Capri, a community of fun-loving, generous neighbors who look out for each other with heart. Check out the photos and c’mon over to Capri for more fun in the future.Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah,
Jory Westberry has been a dedicated educator for over 40 years, the last 14 as Principal of Tommie Barfield Elementary, where she left her heart. Life is rich with things to learn, ponder and enjoy so let’s get on with the journey together!