Monthly Archive: November 2015

Nov 17

WATER WALKERS & BIKER BUDDIES

Talk about the aloha spirit at The Shores of Maui.  Every morning, at least every morning during November, a group of folks get together and head to the beach to exercise, that is do their morning walk in the ocean, using the water and waves as resistance to create a great workout.  There has been …

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Nov 15

HOLE IN ONE AT MAUI NUI GOLF CLUB-NOV 9TH

One of our regular visitors from California got a hole-in-one at Maui Nui Golf Club last Monday.  David Frost is a golf-aholic, just like so many of us here at The Shores of Maui, and when he tee’d off of hole #12 – par 3, his golf buddies were cheering when the ball plunked into …

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Nov 15

FROM MAUI REMEMBRANCE TO A MAUI MEXICAN EVENING

There is a group of fun-lovin’ Canadians that are regulars at The Shores of Maui in November, and ya’ just dunno what will happen next. We have pupus by the pool on Thursdays, and on November 12th, we had the annual singing of “Screen Door” (which sounds like green door with a couple of modifications) …

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Nov 13

REMEMBRANCE/VETERANS DAY CELEBRATED AT THE SHORES OF MAUI – NOV. 11/15

Another year of remembering those who fought for our freedom.  We had over 60 residents, visitors and guests attend this November 11th, which is our largest attendance so far. It just keeps growing.  90 year old Canadian veteran – Jack Runicles (pictured here) read a poem, and lead us in singing “We Will Meet Again” …

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Nov 08

THE SoM POOL AT HAPPY HOUR

So we haven’t posted in 10 months, and now we are on a roll!!! This is a picture of our pool around 4/4:30 on November 6th. Our resident matriarch, Kathleen, has never seen this many people in the pool at one time, and neither have most of us. It was so fun – conversation, laughs, …

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Nov 08

CANADIAN THANKSGIVING – OCTOBER 12TH, 2015

We have been remiss in not providing information about The Shores of Maui. We celebrate many special occasions at The Shores, and one of them is Canadian Thanksgiving. We have our potluck dinner by the pool – as we do on American Thanksgiving, Christmas and St. Patrick’s Day. This year we had approximately 44 people …

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