HORSEBACK RIDING |
You’ll start out riding in the Wyndham bus to Pugo Grill at 8:15 AM where you’ll meet your guides for a mile long ride out to the North Bay where you’ll take the horses in the waters behind Sandbridge. A photographer will be available to capture your unique summer experience. Be sure to dress with shorts and a tee. You might want to wear a bathing suit under that and wear some water shoes. The bay is shallow water and you’ll have fun riding and playing with your horse!
WATER ADVENTURES | All water activities are offered in front of the Wyndham hotel on Friday, July 26th. Kayak Tours, Stand Up Paddleboarding, and Surf Lessons all begin at 9am. Additional Kayak and SUP Tours can be added at 11:30 AM and 2:00 PM based on demand. Surf lessons can be offered only in the morning 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM. We can add some on Saturday morning as well if necessary.
GOLF OUTING | The Golf Tournament will be held at Heron Ridge Golf Club on Friday July 27. We have a shotgun tee off at 8:00 AM. If you would like to practice before playing, get to the course early. Your range balls are included in the golf registration fee. The range opens at 7:00 AM & check in will begin then. Everyone must be in their carts at 7:45 AM.
Joining us again! One of our Favorite Speakers: Dr. Ed Seifried
FUTURE US ECONOMIC GROWTH RATES:
How to Return to the Glory Days of the Past
The recent growth of the US Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has been extremely disappointing. The domestic economy has logged annual growth rates in the anemic -0.1% - 3.1% range during the four quarters of 2013, numbers well below our normal rates and certainly, well below our capacity given our extraordinary wealth of factors of production, and highly trained and productive labor force.
The depressing growth rates have provided strong headwinds to job creation. How can we return to the level of growth that we recorded decades ago? Stronger growth would create jobs and restore our reputation as the world’s economic leader.
Dr. Ed will discuss the current economic environment and forecast economic activity for the remainder of 2013. Dr. Ed will also discuss current Federal Reserve policies and their most likely impact on economic growth. Finally, he will look into his crystal ball and attempt the impossible: forecast interest rates for 2013 and beyond.