Traveling Supremes 2018 New Year’s Gathering Agenda
Coleto Creek KOA, 500 Coleto Park Rd, Victoria, TX
800-562-9394 or 361-582-0222
FUN, FELLOWSHIP, FOOD, GIFT EXCHANGE, GAMES, CONTESTS, and PRIZES!!!!
December 29, 2017 (Friday) — Arrival.
6PM — Light Welcome Supper in Clubhouse & Review of the Gathering Activities. (Bring own utensils & drinks – bowls & dessert plates provided).
Hosted by David & Deanne Phillips.
December 30, 2017 ( Saturday)
Hosted by Jerry & Hessie Smith.
8:30-9:30AM — Pancake Breakfast in Clubhouse. (Bring own syrup, butter, plates, utensils & drinks.)
9:30AM — Overview of Goliad History by Myrna Braly, retired Texas History teacher.
10AM — Leave for Goliad tours.
10:30AM — Tour of Presidio Nuestra Senora de Loreto de la Bahia, 217 US Hwy 183, Goliad, TX. 15 minute video and self-guided tour. Fee: $4/person or $3.50/person for Seniors.
12-1:30PM — Lunch on own at various eating spots in Goliad or picnic at Goliad State Park, 108 Park Rd. 6, Goliad, TX.
1:30PM — Meet at Goliad State Park for 2-3PM Ranger guided tour of reconstructed Mission Espiritu Santo. Fee: $3/ person.
6PM — Light Supper in Clubhouse of Soup, Salad, & Sweets. Bring your favorite salad or dessert to share. Soup provided by Hessie Smith, Gail Smith & Deanne Phillips. (Soup bowls provided. Bring own salad/dessert plates, utensils & drink.)
Please email the Smiths if you will NOT participate in any of the day’s events (Jerry.firstname.lastname@example.org).
December 31, 2017 (Sunday)
Arrangements by Bill & Martha Bobo.
11:15AM — Leave Campground and caravan to Berclair Mansion, 25 N. Kendall St, Goliad, TX. (Mansion actually in the small town of Berclair.)
12 Noon — Lunch at the Mansion. Menu includes Lasagna, garlic bread, salad/with dressing, dessert of buttermilk pie and drink choices of tea, coffee, and water.
1PM — Guided 2-hour tour of the mansion. Fees: Lunch – $17.50/person (includes tax and tip). Tour – $10/person. Total – $27.50/person or $55/couple.Pay by cash or check at the mansion. No credit cards.
Please email the Deanne Phillips if you will NOT participate in this activity (Dphillipd@msn.com). If you do not cancel, we’ll assume you will be attending. NOTE: No cancellations for the luncheon after December 26th. We have to turn in the final attendance number then.
New Year’s Eve Festivities
Meet in Clubhouse at 6:00PM to begin the Traveling Supremes welcome to 2018!
Bring an hors d’oeuvre (appetizer) to share and we will snack on these though-out the evening. Also bring own snack plates, utensils & drinks.
Games, Contests & Gift Exchange will feature:
Ugly Christmas Sweater contest with separate contests for the men & ladies.
Crazy Hat contest with separate contests for the men & ladies.
Game of opening Christmas presents
Get out those lovely Christmas sweaters/shirts and wear one on New Year’s eve along with your fanciest (or weirdest or funniest) hat. Come prepared to compete in the activities & win a prize!! Prizes for each contest!!
Gift Exchange — Bring one wrapped gift (approximately $10) per person. Hessie Smith will lead us in this popular exchange/stealing of gifts! Note: If a gift is specific for male vs female, please mark the gift as “Boy” or “Girl”.
January 1, 2018 (Monday)
1PM — New Year’s Day Pot Luck in Clubhouse. Main dish provided. Bring a side dish to share. A sign-up sheet for salads, veggies, bread/butter, and desserts will be available at the Friday Welcome Supper. Bring own plates, utensils & drinks.
2PM and through the rest of the day/evening — Football watching & free (recovery) time.
January 2, 2018 (Tuesday)
Hosted by David & Deanne Phillips
11AM — Meet at the Museum of the Coastal Bend, 2200 East Red River St, Victoria, TX for a guided tour of the museum. Fee: $1.50/person. Lunch on your own.
5PM — Pizza Party & Socializing in Clubhouse. Fee: $10/Pizza (prepared by KOA Café). Sign-up for pizza type will be at the Friday Welcome Supper.
Please email the Phillips (email@example.com) if you will NOT participate in any of the day’s activities.
January 3, 2018 (Wednesday) — Departure.
NOTE #1: The KOA has a Cafe which is a licensed facility and is located in the Clubhouse. The Cafe will be closed while we are there; however, we may use the kitchen. BUT if doing so, we must abide by State Restaurant regulations which include only one person from our club can be in the kitchen at a time and the person must wear approved head covering (hairnet) at all times. So – I’d suggest preparing your food contributions in your own rig! Crock pots, electric griddles, etc are ok to use in the Clubhouse.
NOTE #2: The Schroeder Hall which is the second oldest dance hall in the State of Texas is located approximately 13 miles from the Campground. On Saturday evening, December 30th, Billy Mata & the Texas Traditions will be performing Western Swing music. Cover charge is $15/person. Some of our musical cub members may want to attend. Check out the website Schroederhall.com for more information.