Monday, July 29, 2013

A Large Turn-Out at our Annual Latham Adult Picnic

This past Sunday over 120 Latham Adult Residents, family and friends gathered at Gray’s Beach under the pavilion to celebrate a healthy lunch with a summer fun theme. After family, friends, and Latham Residents met under the pavilion, they took a swim in the bay at high tide. Latham staff set up a picnic that left everyone excited to eat, serving an assortment of salads and hamburgers. As everyone lined up for the food, they couldn’t help but notice the miniature playhouse- also attending this event.

Latham Residents, family and friends learned about our Charity Playhouse Raffle and enjoyed spending time with one another. Between swimming in the bay, playing on the playground, eating healthy food, and learning about the playhouse and Golf Tournament parents and Residents enjoyed everything that the annual Latham Adult Picnic had to offer.  

While the miniature playhouse can fit into our Residents’ arms, the replica of Captain Elisha Bangs’ Captains house is a full 10 feet long, 8 feet high, and 5 feet wide and can be yours! Tickets will be raffled off on October 21st at our 4th Annual Charity Golf Classic, and can be purchased for 1 for $10 and 3 for $20. Tickets can be found online HERE, or at any of our partnering locations around Cape Cod- MA Frazier (Wellfleet), Seamen’s Bank (North Eastham), all Cape Associates branches (North Eastham, Chatham, Yarmouthport), Sherwin Williams (Orleans), and at the joint location of She Sells – The Ocean Edge Shop and JoMama’s (Brewster). Also, visit the playhouse in person at She Sells and JoMama’s in Brewster!

Submitted by: 
Katrina Fryklund and 
Mike Marchese

1 comment:

  1. The Annual Latham Adult Picnic seems like it was a big hit. With all the friendly supportive people that came out to take part in a healthy lunch, with a summer theme, it’s no wonder that the event was so successful. And make sure that you remember to buy your raffle ticket for the draw in October.

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