Do you sometimes feel that life is moving way too fast, like you need to disconnect from technology. The folks at Hubbard Hill Retirement Community in Elkhart understand.
So they're inviting the community to their Angel Garden, a place where you and their residents can relax and reflect.
The inspiration comes from Maxine Angel, a resident who loved to visit the ponds and feed the ducks, spending time with God and nature.
They're holding a hole-in-one contest to raise funds for the site's expansion, including a pavilion and wheelchair accessible paths.
Saturday, you can take your shot at this 35-yard hole set up at Hubbard Hill.
The top ten closest to the pin will compete Monday morning at Elcona Country Club to win the grand prize, $50,000 and a Lexus.
And Hubbard Hill says everyone will benefit with a park where you can discover what's important.
“Balance the relationships we have with our work,” says Dave Severance of the Hubbard Hill Retirement Community. “To balance all of our racy mind when we're so captivated by technology, the email, the internet, all of that can detract from a life that's meaningful. And so it's a place where we can come, really center ourselves, and find out what's important in life.”
The garden is open to the public to take time out each day to reflect.
And don't forget, Saturday between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. you can take your best shot at a hole-in-one.