In keeping with its mission of reaching out and offering assistance throughout the year to area shelters and organizations, Oaseas Resorts is hosting “A Day at the Beach.” On Tuesday, August 11, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the condominium and rental management company will entertain a group of children from the non-profit tutoring program, ASAP (After School Assistance Program), at Cabana Cay, one of seven high quality-to-upscale properties Oaseas Resorts represents. Through its summer camp program, ASAP provides morning tutoring and recreational activities to 60 children from two locations (Pana Villa and Glenwood).
“This is in keeping with our charitable giving efforts to the community,” says Oaseas Resorts founder Annie Holcombe, vice president of business development and marketing. “Our focus is on women’s and children’s issues and homeless issues.”
A tropical paradise
With its tropical atmosphere, Cabana Cay is an idyllic resort for “A Day at the Beach.” Multi-level pools cascade from one to another and flow toward a refreshing mushroom-style fountain. Two whirlpool tubs, overlooking the pool and shaded beneath palm fronds, offer a relaxing soak. A lavish 17,785-square-foot deck surrounds the pool, providing plenty of space to stretch out and catch the rays.
For some Bay County children, Oaseas Resorts’ chaperoned “A Day at the Beach” will be the first time they have been to the beach or even swimming.
“We want the children to come and enjoy the cool pool and a cookout,” says Holcombe, who requested that all property managers who have the time plan on participating in the event. “We really want the children have a wonderful time.”
The After School Assistance Program (ASAP) is a non-profit, 501(c)3 tutoring program that uses mentoring, drug education and role models to effect learning improvements and lifestyle changes. Established in the Pana Villa Apartments in June, 1993, and in the Massalina Housing Complex in August, 1995, its target age range is from six to 16 years old. Basic goals are to place children in a positive, supervised environment during the hours most prone to juvenile crime and violence. Children learn basic life skills, get help with their homework and receive drug awareness and resistance education by Panama City Police Officers, as well as behavior education by counselors provided by Children’s Home Society and Florida Therapy. Volunteers spend time, one-on-one and in group settings, to provide mentoring to the children.
Oaseas Resorts is a condominium and rental management company in Panama City Beach, Florida, that represents only the finest in accommodations, both in value and location. With experience ranging from large upscale projects to smaller high quality projects and with a team of seasoned executives, the company brings a keen understanding to current trends and market changes to offer clients the best of services in a fast-paced and ever-changing economy. Dynamic and creative, Oaseas Resorts chooses to manage properties along the Gulf Coast that are unique and provide first class experiences to owners and guests alike. To learn more about Oaseas Resorts and its properties, visit http://www.oaseasresorts.com or call 1-850-249-0109 or 1-877-808-4323