Some of the issues that were unique to that ward that I recall:
There wasn’t much need for an activities committee. The ward got together almost weekly for weddings and funerals.
Visiting and hometeaching in the winter was often difficult with all of the snowbirds leaving town, so there was someone called to send postcards every month to members of the ward who were wintering in Arizona.
Obviously, there was no Primary and no YM/YW program.
Sunday classes were pretty cool when I went to visit. The ward had tons of experienced Church members — for example, I think there were at least 10 returned mission presidents.]]>
Maybe the whole Singles ward cut off at 30 is for more than statutory reasons?]]>