Spring Events in Walnut Ridge

By: HomeFirst Certified
May 07, 2014
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It’s a great time to live in the Walnut Ridge Manufactured Home Community! Not only is the weather getting warmer, but we’ve got some exciting events lined up for the next couple of months that your entire family is sure to love.

While most community events are free to enter, some require a small admission fee or donation. In most cases, the fee goes directly to Make-a-Wish® Michigan, an organization that grants wishes to children with life-threatening medical conditions. You can learn more about Make-a-Wish® Michigan and HomeFirstTM Certified Community’s mission to grant at least one wish per year here.

But first, grab a pen and mark your calendar for the following events. Don’t forget to bring your friends and family so they can see for themselves why Walnut Ridge is the best manufactured home community in Jackson.

If you have any questions about these events, stop by the Walnut Ridge clubhouse and someone will be glad to assist you!

May 13: Kid’s Corner – Kids will create flowers and cards for Mother’s Day.

May 17: Pancake Breakfast(9:30-11:30 am) – Enjoy all you can eat pancakes while supporting a great cause! Proceeds benefit Make-a-Wish® Michigan.

May 27:Kid’s Corner–Let your kids flex their creative muscles during this exciting event. Kids will make red, white and blue paper lanterns.

June 10: Kid’s Corner – Sometimes the best gift is less about the money and more about the gesture. We’re sure dad will appreciate the paper tie your child makes during this event.

June 18-21: Community Wide Yard Sale – Proceeds benefit Make-a-Wish® Michigan.

June 24: Kid’s CornerKids will create an American flag to take home and display.

June 28: Resident Appreciation Day (12-4 pm) – Summer Picnic. We will provide drinks, food and tableware. We would appreciate a dish from everyone.

 

For more information about the Walnut Ridge Manufactured Home Community, click here.

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