Family and friends enjoyed beach-themed barbecue at the Rocky Mountain Village on July 21.

Beach barbecue at Rocky Mountain Village

As a way to show appreciation for residents, the Rocky Mountain Village hosted a beach-themed barbecue last month.

The Rocky Mountain Village hosted its annual appreciation barbecue on Tuesday, July 21 for its residents and their families.

“We had a really great response and turn out,” said Village recreation director Shelley Moulton.

Live music entertained attendees as well as the event’s fun beach party theme that allowed staff and residents to dress up accordingly with sunglasses and other beach-friendly items.

The hamburgers and hot dogs were donated and cooked up by the Lions Club.

“Overall it was a really great day and I think the residents and their families really enjoyed themselves,” said Moulton. “It really is a day to bring families together and have us all have a good time in the summer.”

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