It is unanimous among our Hitch 'n Go members and guests:
Our 2011 FANSDC Camp-o-ree was a huge success! The festivities were held at
the Wekiva Falls Resort in Sorrento, FL October 27 - 30. We had 12 rigs and
several guests joining our Chapter during the weekend.
The days were filled with many activities starting with
Thursday night's Hawaiian themed casual dance with luau costumes. Our
Chapter sponsored the ice cream social after the dance which is always a
great time for us to see and greet everyone. We participated in the Hawaiian
On Friday campers took part in sports and games, followed
by the general meeting. We had our potluck following the workshops and
before the evening dance. Most dancers were dressed in the white and orange
Florida state outfits.
Saturday started very early with the golfers' tournament
- thanks to Phil and Tom H. for a super job well done!
While crafts and the white elephant sale took place
several of our ladies handed out the $5 bags. Thanks to Mary for a very
time-saving suggestion and to Joyce, Wilma, Nancy and Sharon for their hard
The fashion show was very colorful!
It is with great sadness we report the passing of our
member Dennis Barlow. His memorial was held Saturday afternoon. Several of
our members left the Camp-o-ree to attend and to represent our Chapter.
Workshops and final sports and games were followed by a
catered dinner. Soon it was time to gather for the Grand March and more
There were 16 squares starting on the floor for both
Friday and Saturday nights. The callers, cuers and line-dance instructors
worked hard giving us some outstanding dances. Thanks to all.
Before we headed home Sunday, Phil and Deanna along with
Jim and Laureen, cooked up a scrumptious breakfast for us. They always feed
us so well. Thanks to Sandy and George for providing and setting up the
supplies as were needed.
Welcome to our new members, John and Wilma Ruppel - we
look forward to sharing our up-coming campouts with them.
Please check out our website section: 'See us in Action'
for photos of the Camp-o-ree and several other previous campouts.