30 Oct 2017

Make The Best Use Of That Extra Hour This November!

Did you know the day after Thanksgiving is the busiest day for plumbers? That’s according to Roto-Rooter. Meal prep and cleanup can clog drains and garbage disposals. In addition, guests requiring additional clothes washing, showers, and toilet flushes put a strain on household plumbing. So keep this in mind as you prepare for the onslaught of cooking and visitors this upcoming holiday season. One handy suggestion – maybe compost your Thanksgiving scraps and leftovers?

Speaking of busy, we’re providing our Reunion residents with ideas on how to fill their schedule this month. We hope to see you at the following events over the next few weeks:


Thursday, November 2, 5-6pm, Anythink Library

Looking for an arts and crafts project to get your family in the holiday spirit? Make an adorable turkey centerpiece for your Thanksgiving dinner table. Appropriate for kids age 5-15. No registration required.


Friday, November 3, 7:30-9am, Reunion Rec Center

All Reunion residents are invited to our resident appreciation event – and the first 100 participants to join us will receive a special gift! Mingle with your neighbors while enjoying free donuts and coffee. Kelly Leid, Oakwood Home’s new Executive Vice President of Operations for Reunion, will be there to meet everyone and get to know more about the community.


Saturday, November 11, 7am-12pm, Adams City High School

Get your yearly flu shot and take advantage of the array of free and low-cost comprehensive health screenings. You’ll find plenty of wellness activities and resources for improving health and fitness for your family. Learn more.


Saturday, December 2, 9-11am, Reunion Rec Center

Residents! Celebrate the holiday season with your friends and neighbors at Reunion’s annual Holiday Happenings event, complete with kids activities and crafts, horse-drawn carriage rides, and visits with Santa.

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