2:30 - 3:30 PM in the Liberty Commons Signature Lounge : Gallery at Ann's Choice Presents: Talk & Tour Reception with Traditional Watercolor Artist Sally Yates
7:00 - 9:00 PM in the PAC: Sunday Night at the Movies: "The Post" (PG13)
Check here for information on Full Load Electrical testing next week.General Services
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Shuffleboard !! We Need You
Want to see the results of our recent Primary Election. click on this link - http://www.buckscountyvotes.org/ - for the whole county, but it has links to districts. District 14 is mostly us, including about 25% outside of Ann’s Choice.
The pickle ball court construction There will be no access to the horseshoe courts during construction. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please direct any questions to Beth Muller at (215) 443-3829.
We have some pictures now - click here.
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June 7, 9:30 AM in the AC3 Computer Room (T08 in Lewis Pointe). Bob Klimek will have a demo on our web site - how it happened, why, who did it, and some behind the scenes stuff.
Wanna check your calorie intake? We have a link on top for My Nutrition - see how many carbs are going down.
Wanted - needlepoint yarn. Sale - Hospital bed/mattress, Power Chairs, CAR wanted; Wheelchairs, scooter, filing cabinet, clothes steamer and more!! Check it often. BUY/SELL
Want to laugh today? New sayings and cartoons, situations and funny pet pics. Humor to enjoy
Over a two year period, Sit & Stitch members met and created an Underground Railroad-themed quilt. Members researched the names and designs of these quilt patterns and learned together the history of this famous slave movement. Each Monday they met and hand stitched the 16 blocks.
The Underground Railroad was a clandestine system that helped escaped American slaves find freedom by transporting or escorting them from the South into Canada or to Free states. It is said that quilts handmade by abolitionists of that time, who hung them on cabin doors and fences, held hidden, coded messages that guided escapees on their way to stations or safe houses where they would be fed and clothed. Although it’s hard to see all of the designs in this photo, they represent quite a story. The monkey wrench turns the wagon wheel toward Canada. With help from Jesus the Carpenter, follow the bear’s trail through the woods. Fill your baskets with enough food supplies to get you to the crossroads and dig a log cabin in the ground. Shoofly told us to dress in cotton and satin bow ties. Follow the flying geese and birds in the air and stay on the drunkard’s path. Take the sailboat across the Great Lakes to the North Star above Canada.
We sponsored a trivia quiz and drawing last November as a way to raise money for the Benevolent Care Fund and to find a home for our quilt, which was won by a resident. We’re proud of our achievement in not only providing funds for the BCF, but also documenting an important part of American history.
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