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Written by Resident Events  On  January 27, 2017   462   0
One Book Reading for Your Whole Community
The One Book One Community trend was started by Seattle readers in 1998. Its purpose is to promote the reading of a single book by a whole city or community so that they have something in common and something to discuss. Now, almost two decades later, most major cities have a one book program listed as part of their public library system. As a resident community, you can take advantage of this trend by making it easier for residents to find, read, and discuss the chosen books. You can also choose a title of your own and then build an event around it. To get ideas of which books might be appropriate for your community, take a look at what other communities are reading all around the U.S. The Library of Congress also maintains listings of all past and present...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  January 20, 2017   479   0
Action-packed Super Bowl Party
Nothing beats the camaraderie and fun of a throw down Super Bowl party. It’s great way to get residents in the competitive spirit, and enjoy good eats as well. If you’ve ever thrown an away game tailgating party for your residents, you can adopt some aspects of that event into this party. However, for a true Super Bowl party it’s all about great seats, good eats and most importantly, the game. Food You can either plan to provide food at the event, or arrange a potluck on the day of the event. Ensure you have all your bases covered (pizza, soda, wings, chips and dips, etc.) Encourage pre-game signs ups for all the basics well in advance and send our text or email reminders in the days before the event. ***TIP*** You can also use a free...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  January 16, 2017   348   0
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January is National Blood Donation month. It’s a time for donating life-giving blood and giving back to your community to ensure a safe blood supply for those in need. It also makes it a great time to organize a blood donation event for your residents living in your community. January is special, but you can still organize such an event other times of the year as well. It is possible for blood drives to be organized at any time, and in a way that works best for your community. Blood drives can be set up on site at a location of your choosing, or you can encourage residents to go to a local center to give. You may also be eligible for a blood drive mobile collection center that can come and park and set up within your community. Gauging...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 14, 2016   526   0
Create a Homework Hub and Study Space in Your Community
To craft a family-friendly community, consider creating a space for tutoring and homework in the clubhouse after school hours and before closing up office. On weekdays, 2-4 PM or 3-5 PM are good timings to try. There are lots of ways to make your homework and study space a success. To pull it off you will need to rely on community volunteers or possibly take in donations to make it a fully self-sustaining space. Here are some of the most important considerations for creating a space that children and teens will love to study in. Gather supplies Offer plenty of standard school supplies like: Construction paper Graph paper Notecards Raised line binder paper ...
 
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Written by Resident Events  On  November 10, 2016   480   0
Veterans Day Storytelling
In honor of Veterans Day, consider holding a veteran-themed event like a storytelling initiative. This event is particularly perfect for communities with large senior populations. It’s also equally fun when advertised in advance and opened up to the surrounding greater community and older family members of your current residents. How to get started There are two ways to host a Veteran’s Day storytelling event: Invite an organization like StoryCorps to the property. Arrange your own oral history event. **BONUS** Encourage residents to bring over parents, grandparents, and other elderly family members to share their stories. Take an oral history Encouraging oral history-taking is a service to the community, and a national imperative. Some organizations, like the Veterans History Project (with the Library of Congress) and StoryCorps, aim to...
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