Go “Home for the Holidays” with the 2019 Golf Cart Parade

Go “Home for the Holidays” with the 2019 Golf Cart Parade

The “Home for the Holidays” Holiday Golf Cart Parade begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 14. Residents, businesses, HOAs, service organizations, and clubs from across the community

will come together to celebrate the season with festive and creative holiday carts. The parade route begins on N. Pebble Beach Boulevard, near the SCCCA offices, and runs around La Jolla Avenue, before coming back up Cherry Hills Drive to end by the gazebo.

 

*News file photo by John Wakeman

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Home for the Holidays with the 2019 Golf Cart Parade

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Home for the Holidays with the 2019 Golf Cart Parade

By Bob Sanchez

 

Mark your calendars for the Home for the Holidays Golf Cart Parade at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 14. CA Director Larry Smith, the event coordinator, says that residents from Sun City Center, Kings Point, and Freedom Plaza are all welcome to decorate their golf carts and join in the fun. Entrants may be individuals or groups, including clubs, service organizations, HOA’s and businesses.

Over $1,000 in prizes will be awarded. There’s no cost to enter, and all entries have a chance to win. To participate, pick up an entry form at the front desk of the CA office and turn it in on December 9.

 

PHOTO: Drone photo by John Wakeman (News File Photo).

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In this issue…

Get to know the new SCCCA Directors, see how your friends and neighbors celebrated the holiday season, review who donated or invested in the community in the past year, learn about the ongoing county golf cart mobility study, meet the US lawn bowling champ, and relive the fun of the annual Holiday Cart Parade. Then, go surfing with dolphins, meet a local creative person, and get to know some of the local fauna that help make South County a beautiful place to live.

 

And be sure to…

Check out the SCC Bulletin, Kings Point, Community News, Dance, Military News, Faith & Service, Performing Arts, Sports, Travel, and South County Events sections to help you plan your month. And travel with your friends and neighbors who took The News around the world.

 

Read the January 2019 issue