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Vendor Fair
Vendor Fair - Saturday, October 1st @ 10am - 1pm
We have over 50 different outside vendors to take over the entire upstairs of the clubhouse and some outside. We have added many new vendors this year and kept the ones you all know and love! To top it all off, many of the vendors will be providing food samples, bake goods, and prize give-a-ways while you browse the Fair. There is no cost to attend this great event, just come on down! We have golf cart shuttles and we have rented a bus that has 24 seats to shuttle residents from the north amenity to the clubhouse. This shuttle will begin at 9am and end at 2pm. So please park at the North Amenity Area. 
Dr. Elon Golan, Shoulder Pain & The Active Adult
Wednesday, October 5, 11:30am
RSVP to the front desk at 770-965-4085.
Setting the Stage for Medicare and Your Finances
Setting the Stage for Medicare and Your Finances
Please join Keith Nabb and Angie Rehkop on October 6th at 10:00 AM as they share tips to help you make the most of your retirement income.
Keith Nabb is the Founder and Principal of Affordable Medicare Solutions. The agency, located in Suwanee, Georgia specializes in Medicare planning and individual health insurance coverage. His staff of 11 has over 100 years of medical insurance experience and represents every major health insurance company available in Georgia. During this presentation, Keith will highlight the importance of reviewing your Medicare plan annually and how doing so can protect your income.
Angela Rehkop, ChFC®, CFP® is the founder of Financial Care Providers®.  Angie has spent over 25 years in the financial services industry and has earned the Five Star Wealth Manager Award annually from 2012-2022. She will discuss ways to avoid financial problems that might affect your income.
RSVP to the front desk at 770-965-4085.
It's Showtime Presents The Music of Linda Ronstadt & Josh Groban
Medieval Fair
In case of rain this event will be held on Sunday, October 16
Lyman Hall Needs You!
…..and WE NEED YOU!!!!!!
A unique opportunity has recently presented itself for our VDC community to further help Lyman Hall Elementary School.   We are going to make it possible for LH students to have the opportunity to prepare for and perform their first-ever musical theatre production featuring “Disney’s The Jungle Book, Kids”.   
A team of VDC volunteers is already hard at work planning all aspects of the production: teaching and rehearsing songs, coaching actors, training and practicing choreography, making costumes, and gathering props.  Weekly after-school rehearsals have already begun with performance(s) planned for March. This is a BIG deal!  In order to make this inaugural production a reality for these LHES students, their families, and friends, we need funding from our VDC community.  It will require approximately $1000 for the licensing, the show kit of materials, sound/lighting, costumes, and props. If you want to be a part of making a difference in these young lives, there will be an envelope marked LHES – “Disney’s The Jungle Book, Kids” at the front desk of the Clubhouse, October 3-10, for cash contributions.
Also, it’s not too late to join our enthusiastic team of VDC volunteers in this effort.  Contact
The Vault Spa by Matthew & Son
Call the front desk at 770-965-4085.
Fitness Center Orientation
Join Alan Sienkiewicz on Tuesday, October 11th and Carole Osborne on Tuesday, October 25 at noon for a Fitness Center Orientation, as the explain the proper use and benefits of equipment located in the Center. Free to attend but space is limited. Please RSVP to the front desk.
Classic Creekers Music Group
Classic Creekers Music Group Presents Gilbert and Sullivan's The Pirates of Penzance, Tuesday October 11 at 1:30pm in the Maple Room.
The masters of the comic opera were W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan.  The absurdist humor and satire of Gilbert, combined with the beautiful melodies of Sullivan, created laugh-filled musical dramas that have never been equaled.  One of their most famous collaborations was The Pirates of Penzance, and we will present a performance of this work, originally made for British TV, when we meet on Tuesday, October 11 at 1:30pm in the Maple Room. All are welcome to join us for an afternoon filled with music, laughter and fun.
Collette Travel Seminar
Tuesday, October 11, 1pm
Join Jennifer Gyorffy, Senior Business Development Manager with Collette Travel, as she highlights 2023 destinations including: The Alps to The Dolomites, Western Canada's Rockies, Lakes & Wine Country, Discover Scotland, Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta, Spotlight on the French Rivieria, Hawaiian Adventure, Christmas on the Danube. Bring your travel questions and iPad/iPhone to the meeting to confirm your travel plans. Space is limited and filling fast so don’t hesitate! RSVP at Front Desk! Below is a list of the trips that will be talked about. Light refreshments will be served.
Culinary Club
Food & Culture
The Culinary Club Presents
Join us on Wednesday, October 12th at 6:30 PM as we present something new for many of our members.
American Jewish cuisine comprises of food, cooking and dining customs associated with American Jewish families. This cuisine was heavily influenced by Jewish immigrants who came to the US from Eastern Europe around the turn of the 20th century. Most immigrants settled in the Large Northeastern cities, like New York, Boston and Philadelphia. Popular dishes include: Bagel, Blintz, Challah, Chicken Soup, Matzah, Knish, Kugel and lot’s of tasty foods associated with this lively culture.
Join us for Fun, Food and a chance to try something new… though, not for all of us!
A Gift Basket with fun items will be raffled off, 6 for $5. BYOB and “L’chayim (to life).
Community Wide Garage Sale
We will be having our Annual Community Wide Garage Sale on Saturday, October 15th from 9am - 1pm.
If you have stuff in your attic, garage, kitchen cabinets, etc. that you would like to sell, please sign up at the front desk so we can keep track of everyone who will be participating. You must sign up by 12pm on Tuesday, October 11th to be on the list.
Here is how it works:
On Wednesday, October 12th, there will be a list at the front desk with all the participants and their addresses. On the morning of the sale (open to outside visitors) you will place a balloon(HOA will supply the balloon) on your mailbox, place your items for sale in your garage or on your driveway by 9am and hopefully sell everything by 1pm.
There will be a nominal fee of $5.00 per household to cover the costs of the extra guard at the guardhouse. The Sheriff will drive through the community to ensure all visitors have left our property following the garage sale hours. The front gate will be the ONLY point of entry. 
Sign up today, your trash may be someone’s treasure!
Bingo with Stan & Chuck
Bingo with Stan & Chuck, Monday, October 17, 1pm. Tickets are $5 and you can purchase at the front desk.
Democrat Group
Welcome to Fall?
We hope your calendars are marked for our Quarterly Meeting and Annual Pot Luck Dinner on October 17th.  
We will also be playing Jeopardy using topics related to issues of the day that will impact the upcoming election. 
This annual event is always great fun providing tasty food and time to socialize with members of our community.  Looking forward to a super turnout!
Men's Health Luncheon with Dr. Brent Sharpe
Dr. Brent Sharpe, a Urologist and men’s health expert at Georgia Urology invites you to join a Men’s Health Luncheon on Wednesday, October 19 at 11:30AM.  We’ll learn about important men’s health conditions including prostate cancer and the importance of screening, as well as the causes and treatment options for erectile dysfunction, Low T, and Peyronie’s Disease…and we’ll save time to answer your specific questions! Space is limited, so reserve your spot today! Sign up at the front desk at 770-965-4085.
Pickleball Club Annual Food Drive
Did you know that hunger impacts one out of eight of our fellow Georgians?  The Pickleball Club will be holding it’s annual food drive for the Georgia Mountain Food Bank beginning October 19th thru November 2nd. Collection barrels will be at the pickleball courts and in the clubhouse lobby.
Please be generous with your donations of non-perishable, non-expired food items. The Georgia Mountain Food Bank provides for over 50,000 people that are living with food insecurity in Hall County and beyond.
Ice Cream Social
Ice Cream Social, Thursday, October 20, 3pm
Clubs and Groups Fair
The CAC is hosting the annual Club, Group and Class Fair so all residents have the opportunity to meet and greet, and gather information on any organization they might be interested in joining.
Representatives will be there to answer any questions you might have.
Details are:
Location is the VDC Clubhouse
• Saturday, October 22, 2022
• 10am – 12pm
We look forward to seeing you there!
Great Affordable Grapes
Great Affordable Grapes, Saturday, October 22, 6:30pm
Laugh, Play, Socialize=Recess
Come down to softball field and we will have you feeling like a third grader once again!  Ok- you may not move like a third grader, but you will have just as much fun!
·        We will meet at the field at 3pm and put your name in a hat.  Captains will pick names from the hats to form teams
·        Teams will rotate to various activity stations to participate in cooperative games such as; giant jenga, giant scrabble and many more- no athletic ability needed!
·        Following the games, we will have a social hour.  Bring your lawn chair, beverages and a snack so we talk about our fun time
·        We are also looking for volunteers to run stations- don’t worry we will train you in 5 minutes!
If you have questions about this event, please contact  either one of the two crazy women in charge-  Jane Gregg or Beverlee Pomplun.
If we have convinced you to participate- RSVP to :
Monday, October 24, 3pm
ShelfGenie of Atlanta Seminar
Deaton Creek Seminar - ShelfGenie of Atlanta
Wednesday, October 26, 11:00 am
Always Open Garage Door Services Seminar
Thursday, October 27, 11am
Halloween Dance Party
Join Us If You Dare For a Wicked Halloween Scare on Saturday, October 29th from 7pm - 10pm
We will have The Twisted Hipsterz Band playing your favorite Spooky Tunes and some regular music as well.
From 7pm until you Creep, Crawl or Float on Home! Costumes are encouraged but not required.
Prizes will be awarded to the Best Dressed and Best Decorated Table!
Tickets are $12 and go on sale Friday, September 30, 10am.
WiFi at the Recreation Complex
Need a connection at the Recreation Complex?
There is now Wifi available! 
Network Name: CBCI-9A58
Password: fifty0244design