The Chambers House Restaurant, located at the center of our campus, is all set for tonight’s Luau. Residents are in for a real treat! The buffet will include Kahlua Pork, Chicken Long Rice, Sweet & Sour Prawns & Teriyaki Riblets! Mmmmmm. A talented group of Polynesian dancers and musicians will provide the entertainment. It should be a very enjoyable and memorable evening.
Every Friday during harvest season, resident gardeners from our own Pea Patch garden gather their extra produce and bring it to the garden shed where they are met by a crowd of Panorama community members who are anxious to share in the fruits of their labor. The freshest fruits and veggies imaginable are laid out for shoppers indulgence. In return, shoppers who partake provide generous donations to the Pea Patchers for all their supplies, time, and hard work. The Friday Share gathering is a popular one. Experienced shoppers know it’s important to show up before the gates open; before the bounty quickly disappears. This tradition is such a wonderful example of the culture of community we have here at Panorama; a community that residents, employees, and friends are grateful to be a part of.
Panorama residents, Dave and Lisbeth Naber, are being recognized for the instrumental part they played in creating the Senior Games in Washington. As a “Thank You” for their courage, hard work, and enthusiasm, the Nabers will be presented with the 2012 Washington State Senior Games “Spirit of the Games” award.