Table Rock Village was populated during its short lifetime by a diverse group of people. Many were young parents, drawn by the financial advantages. Others transferred in on promotions from positions elsewhere in the country. No single trait made up the kind of person that chose to live and work in the area. The diversity was very much a part of what made life in the Village rewarding.
With more than 50 employees from different walks of life and their families, there was no lack of tutoring available for nearly any pursuit. This applied as much to the adults as the children; we shared our cultures, our education and our talents. We pooled our efforts to create the best possible lifestyle for our families. We helped our neighbors, we shared good times and we supported each other through rough times.
For all the diversity, the Village residents had many attributes in common. The isolation, weather extremes and even the social lifestyle called for a certain mindset, a lot of stamina and often incredible patience. The people of Table Rock made the most of their community, their jobs and their surroundings.
Although we’ve all moved on in one way or another, Village life is an important part of who we are today. If you’re an ex-Table Rocker, check out the Reconnect page.