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Cherrywood news 11-11-11

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Veterans Day ceremony planned

By Nancy Archer

A Veterans Day ceremony will be held Friday, Nov. 11 at 11 a.m. The Cherrywood Color Guard will present the colors.
Fun in the Sun games start at 1 p.m. on Nov. 11.
If you don’t have your team together there may still be time.
Your team will compete in bocce, putting, horseshoes and shuffleboard. See Geri or Rich Hurley for more information.
Also, the Veterans Club Grill Master will be grilling hot dogs, hamburgers and bratworst for a donation.

Western-style horse races
On Nov. 19, Western Style Horse Races around the pool. So plan to come out and cheer on your favorite horse and cowboy or cowgirl rides and then plan to celebrate the evening dancing to our favorite DJ Richard Becotte. Richard says he will play music until you tell him to stop.

New aerobics class
There is a new coed stretch, strengthen and aerobics exercise class Mondays at 6 p.m.
This class is geared for those residents who still go to work each day.

Travel Club
Fort Lauderdale two-day trip, Dec. 3 and 4.
Singing Christmas Trees, First Baptist Church, Orlando, Dec. 10.
A Christmas Carol, Alhambra Dinner Theatre, Jacksonville, Dec. 21.
Stetson Mansion – Deland tour, Dec. 28.
NHL hockey: Boston Bruins at Tampa Bay Lightning, Jan. 17.
Hairspray, Show Palace in Hudson, Feb. 8.
I Love You Because, Winter Park Playhouse, Feb. 9.
What is Susan’s Secret, Early Bird Dinner Theatre in Clearwater, March 1.
The Andrews Brothers, Winter Park Playhouse, March 22.
Myrtle Beach, four nights and five days, May 21-25.
Jewel of the Seas, five-night cruise, Jan. 30, Tampa to Cozumel and Costa Maya.
Allure of the Seas, Nov. 11-18, 2012, Hospice fundraiser, seven-night eastern Caribbean cruise, sails from Fort Lauderdale to Nassau, St. Thomas at St. Maarten.

Steel Horse Stampede
I would like to thank everyone who took the time to donate to my husband who passed away at Legacy Hospice House on March 28, 2010. Frank was there eight days before he passed away. All money raised from this event were given Hospice to help residents of Marion County.