celebration

Celebration Veterans in the community

Over the past several months, the Veterans Club of Celebration has been involved in fundraising projects as well as membership activities that promote camaraderie and fellowship between the club members and auxiliary members. We started the month of February off with our annual breakfast brunch at the Shades of Green.  Over 40 club and auxiliary

April 23, 2019

A Hopping Good Time

Our residents hopped over to Spring Park on Saturday and had and EGG-cellent time at the annual egg hunt. A beautiful sunny morning welcomed egg hunters, who also had the opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny. Check out some photos here: http://smu.gs/299cBwf

April 22, 2019

Take Your Dog to New Heights

Many residents put their dogs on a pedestal, but how about a banner? The Celebration Unleashed Dog Park is hosting their first ‘Dog Days of Summer’ banner fundraiser. Residents who have their dogs registered with Celebration Unleashed can customize a dog park banner with a favorite photo of their dog. Each banner is $250 and will

Recycling in Celebration and the role CSS plays

Although National Recycling Week occurs in November, April is home to Earth Day and provides a great introduction or perhaps re-introduction to the recycling efforts in Celebration. Recycling is the process of collecting and processing materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash and turning them into new products. Recycling can benefit your community

Off Book Productions opens Steel Magnolias on April 12 at CHS

The repertory theatre company of Celebration High School, Off Book Productions, will be closing their 14th season with a production of Robert Harling’s comedy-drama, Steel Magnolias. This charming and timeless classic about the bond between a group of Southern women in northwest Louisiana is a staple with something for everyone who loves to laugh, cry, or eat

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