Calendar Reminders 10/4/21

Date: October 04, 2021
Subject: Weekly: Calendar Reminders 10/4/21

Don’t miss this week’s Meetings!

Owners/residents are strongly encouraged to attend meetings so mark your calendars now, set your reminders, and plan to tune in from the comfort of your home.  Please note that everyone is encouraged to wear a mask.  Online meeting and call-in number information for each meeting is provided on the portal and website calendars. See https://queenslanding.org/calendar/ for meeting details.

Low Country Boil Party Was a Hit!

 

With well over 100 tickets sold to residents and guests, and with live music provided by QL resident Dana Biagini (Dana B.), by all accounts it was a great success.

 

The Clubhouse Operations and Social Committee would like to extend a huge thank you to all those who helped before, during, and after the event – it could not have been done without you.

 

You can find photos here:

https://queenslanding.org/2021/10/04/queens-landing-low-country-boil-2021/

 

Mah Jongg

Meets every Friday at 1pm in the Chester Room.  New players welcome.

Men’s Exercise Group*

Meets every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday at 9 am at the clubhouse.

If you would like to get other notices for activities for this group, share your ideas for a class, share tips, etc. click this link “Men’s Exercise” and join the group. This is a free activity.

Walking Group*

Meets every Saturday at 9 am at the clubhouse.  If you would like to get other notices for activities for this group, share your ideas for onsite and offsite walks click this link “Walking Group” and join the group. This is a free activity.

Pickleball Group*

Saturday and Sunday mornings at 8am and Wednesday evening at 6pm at the tennis courts.  If you would like to get connected with others click this link “Pickleball” and join the group.  This is free activity. 

*IMPORTANT NOTE: All group leaders are strictly volunteers and are not certified instructors. These groups are intended to get together those that have common interests. Exercise is not without its risks and this or any other exercise program may result in injury. Any person who undertakes these exercises does so at their own risk. To reduce the risk of injury you should consult your doctor before beginning these or any other exercise program. As with any exercise program, if at any point during your workout you believe conditions to be unsafe or begin to feel faint or dizzy, have physical discomfort, or pain, you should stop immediately and consult a physician.

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