Highlander Hike - Service Event at Point at Rockridge (Caroling)Cub/Tiger Scout Event
WHAT: Spreading Holiday cheer throughout the Point at Rockridge (formally known as Monarch Place), a retirement home for the elderly in Oakland. Like last December’s trip, this will be a meet-and-greet, with Cubs singing a few carols, reciting the Cub Scout Promise and shaking hands with and saying hello to residents. Start practicing your songs now!
WHERE: The Point at Rockridge (formally known as Monarch Place)
(4500 Gilbert Street, Oakland, CA, 94611)
COST: of bringing holiday cheer- priceless!
Remember to practice your carols! Please email the Council office if you would like to play an instrument and share your gift of music with others.
1. Jingle Bells
2. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
3. Oh Christmas Tree
4. Hark the Herald Angels Sing
5. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear
6. Santa Clause is Coming to Town
7. Reading of "Twas the Night Before Christmas
8. The 12 Days of Christmas
9. Frosty the Snowman
10. Up on the Housetop
11. Deck the Halls
12. Silent Night
13. We Wish you a Merry Christmas
RSVP by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions? Call the Council office at 547-4493, Option #2
» Song List (PDF )
INFO ON THE MONARCH PLACE (from http://www.monarchplace.cc/)
Monarch Place is located just ten miles from San Francisco. It is across the street from a complete shopping center, and only a few blocks from the unique shopping areas of Piedmont and College Avenues. Doctor offices, medical facilities, churches and synagogues are within walking distance. UC Berkeley, the Oakland Museum and Piedmont Theatre are close by, with many forms of transportation available, including BART and excellent taxi and bus service.
There is a special philosophy at Monarch Place: The staff realizes that the residents are still growing and learning. They know that each resident possesses a life that holds promise for the future. Because of this attitude, they provide only the highest quality of service while promoting independence and self-esteem. The staff at Monarch Place works for that unique balance between a family atmosphere and the true professionalism their jobs demand.
Overlooking the San Francisco Bay in the fashionable Piedmont / Rockridge area of Oakland, Monarch Place Retirement Community offers independent living in an elegant setting.
The garden areas, with ponds, fountains and ferns, feature strategically placed benches for the enjoyment of residents and their guests.
Rich wooden antique furnishings and clusters of art grace the hallways of Monarch Place. The elegance is repeated in the formal skylit dining room, in the mirrored private dining room, and in the lounges and lobbies. Large fireplaces add a cozy touch when the fog rolls through the Golden Gate.