— A group of friends are taking a break from the beach to relax and celebrate a new milestone in their lives.
In the past few months, they’ve been enjoying the beach at Delicas Hot Spot in Mesa, Ariza, with a group of like-minded people that they refer to as the Hot Spot Family.
They love surfing and spending time with family and friends, and they’ve had so much fun doing it.
“We were like, ‘Hey, we’re in the middle of a new chapter in our lives, and we have to do something together,'” said Sarah, a resident of Mesa and the oldest of the Hot Spots family.
They’ve decided to launch a Facebook page to bring awareness to the group’s new activity.
“Everyone is really excited about it, so they’re sharing the information online and making it happen,” Sarah said.
The new activity, known as “The Hot Spot Party,” will take place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., each Saturday, starting June 3.
The Facebook page will feature a “Live Stream” section featuring videos, photos and information about the event.
The party will be open to all ages and is free to attend, but will need to be paid for with a credit card.
The idea for the group came after a family member told Sarah and her brother-in-law that they were going to try out the idea of hosting a beach party at Delica’s hot spot.
They said it was a great idea, but they needed some extra cash for it.
Sarah, Sarah’s mother, said they found a way to pay for the party through a savings account.
“They told me that they weren’t going to be able to pay us for the whole night, and I was like, I’ll make you pay me back later,” she said.
They were able to make it work, but it took some time, as the money had to be deposited in the savings account before the party could take place.
Sarah said she and her family decided to use the savings for the event to give people something to do besides surfing and socializing.
They are hoping that by sharing their story, it will raise awareness of their new activity and bring them more money.
“I think that by getting it out there and seeing what people are doing, maybe they’ll start doing it,” Sarah added.
If we don’t do it, it could really affect our family.”