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Rhodes Ranch residents welcome Spring Bunny

Holding their baskets tight, nearly 60 children greeted the Spring Bunny at The R-Club at Rhodes Ranch recreation center.

The bunny made its entrance by sliding down one of the water slides before hopping over to start the morning’s activities in a spring celebration, sponsored by the Community Events Committee with members of the Women’s Club.

“We set up two areas for the children to gather eggs – one for the younger kids and one for the older kids,” said Virginia Kaplan, program manager at The R-Club. “The egg hunt started at 10 a.m. and was over in a matter of minutes. The kids really impressed us with their speed.”

After the egg hunt, families were given lemonade and cookies before the games began.

The bunny posed for pictures and handed out small prizes to the children.

“There was a beanbag toss, a water balloon toss and a game where the children carried eggs on a spoon,” Kaplan said. “We tried to find activities that would appeal to different age groups and all of the kids were winners in these games. We were very thankful for the great weather and huge turnout for this resident event.”

Rhodes Homes’ 35,000-square-foot recreation center has an indoor workout facility with weights and cardiovascular equipment, full-length basketball court, two racquetball/handball courts and six billiards tables.

The center offers group classes such as Pilates, yoga, kickboxing, core/abs, total body conditioning and circuit training in its group exercise room. The facility features social areas with three fireplaces and seating areas.

In addition, a 10,000-square-foot water park is scheduled to open this spring.

The Fun Zone will include a 13,000-square-foot lagoon pool with wading areas, three speed slides, five kid slides, rope bridges, multiple squirt gun stations and a 1,000-gallon bucket that fills and tips over every half hour.

It will also include a 25-meter lap pool; two eight-person spas; a 12-person group spa; four large covered cabanas; one exterior lighted basketball court; two sand volleyball court; four lighted tennis courts and a children’s play area with activity structures.

Residents of Rhodes Ranch have access to a host of amenities including its par-72, signature Ted Robinson-designed 18-hole golf course.

Rhodes Ranch residents also benefit from living in a guard-gated community with 24-hour roving security patrols, the park-like atmosphere of the neighborhood and the R-Club at Rhodes Ranch.

Rhodes Homes is selling homes in three neighborhoods at Rhodes Ranch — The Collection, Palms Bay and Pacific Mist.

The Collection is situated within the Rhodes Ranch golf course community and offers the Monet, Matisse and Van Gogh series. The homes range from 1,467 to 4,138 square feet. For more information, call 740-4111.

Palms Bay offers three two-story models from 1,734 to 2,400 square feet.

The two-story homes include two-car garages and three or four bedrooms. For more information, call 438-6006.

Pacific Mist offers three floor plans with three different elevations available for each model. The two-story homes have two-car garages and range from 1,720 to 2,255 square feet with either three or four bedrooms. For more information, call 798-5006.

Prices within Rhodes Ranch start from the $300,000s. To visit, take Interstate 215, the Las Vegas Beltway, to Durango Drive, and then go south to Rhodes Ranch Parkway. Sales offices are open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

For more information on Rhodes Homes and its communities, visit RhodesHomes.com.

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