- January 5, 2017
+ All Angels blesses columbarium
All Angels by the Sea Episcopal Church dedicated a columbarium to its property Jan. 31.
The columbarium will hold cremains and is the only columbarium open to the public on the Key.
“I think it really started out of the parish learning that a lot of people are no longer retiring in a place they have a lot of family remaining,” said Sandy Wood, of All Angels. “This town has become for most people where their last years are spent, and we want people to have the choice to have the perfect setting for their cremains above ground.”
Cost for a space is $2,000 for up to two people.
For more information, call 383-8161.
+ Plymouth Harbor welcomes four new members to board of trustees
Plymouth Harbor Inc. added four members to its board of trustees.
Kathryn Carr, a real estate law-certified partner at Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, LLP, has been involved in the representation of both purchasers and sellers in residential and commercial real estate.
Alan Grindal is a board certified neurologist and fellow of the American Academy of Neurology.
Ambassador James McGee spent 30 years in a foreign service career working in support of U.S. government policy. He has served as U.S. ambassador to Swaziland, Madagascar, the Comoros Islands and Zimbabwe.
Cade Sibley will be the chairwoman of the board. A Longboat Key resident, she is familiar with Plymouth Harbor, where her father has lived for more than 15 years.
+ Sarasota World Affairs Council to host Cuba trip
The Sarasota World Affairs Council is hosting an educational and cultural trip to Cuba from March 28 to April 1.
The tour will be limited to 50 participants and will emphasize the historic and cultural aspects of Havana.
The five-day, four-night trip will include tours of several museums and historical sites.
Cost is $1,850 and includes round-trip airfare from Miami, all meals and beverages, a five-star hotel, a bus liner each day, an English-speaking guide and all visas and airport fees.
Contact Jorge Fernandez at 215-859-3275 or [email protected]
+ Feel Good Yoga Studio opens its doors
Debby McClung is opening a new yoga studio on Longboat Key called Feel Good Yoga with two morning classes Feb. 17.
To celebrate the opening day, at 9 a.m., there will be “Feel Good Yoga” for all levels, and at 10:30 a.m., there will be “Feel Good Movement” for all levels.
Cost is $15 for a single class; $70 for a five-class card valid two months; and $130 for a 10-class card valid for three months.
Call McClung at 904-610-7565 or visit debbymcclung.com.