One of the best parts of any holiday season is spending time with friends and family. Here at Trinity Landing, our depositors are already creating the family-like atmosphere that will welcome all residents and visitors – by starting holiday traditions!
The day after Thanksgiving, a group of future residents joined Nate Futrell, Trinity Landing’s Director of Health and Wellness Services, for a brisk walk around the Carolina Beach Lake and a special surprise for Zan Bramley, who celebrated her birthday with the group!
On the walk around the lake, the friends swapped stories, told jokes, and enjoyed the quiet time in the midst of packed holiday schedules. This walk is just one example of how Trinity Landing is building its community – before the physical space is done!
Perhaps the highlight of this group outing, however, was a very special visitor – Santa! He posed for a quick picture and assured Nate they were all on the “Good” list before heading back to the North Pole.
Ladies day out
Future residents joined Ann Pressly, Sales and Marketing Director, for a trip to Fort Fisher for the Festival of Trees. The ladies met at Trinity Landing and rode to the aquarium in style with chauffeured bus service.
Once they arrived at the Festival of Trees celebration, the group toured both the aquarium and the stunning display of holiday cheer. The event, which supports the Lower Cape Fear Hospice, features dozens of trees sponsored and beautifully decorated by the local community.
Trinity Landing’s first Christmas tree
After getting inspired by the beautiful trees at the Festival of Trees, everyone came back to Trinity Landing, where the future residents started their first Trinity Landing holiday tradition! While enjoying eggnog and Christmas cookies, the depositors took turns trimming the tree and mingling as they started to build the community and friendships they’ve found at Trinity Landing.