Senior Circle plans trips, fall events

By Staff
Hartselle Senior Circle is currently taking reservations for the following trips:
Fall Color Cruise and Festival in Chattanooga, Oct. 26: Includes roundtrip motor coach transportation, craft and music festival, 4-5 hour cruise through the Tennessee Valley Gorge, cold cut buffet and on-board live entertainment. Price is $65 per person and is non-refundable.
Tunica Casinos, Entertainment, Food and Shopping, Nov. 3-4: Includes luxury motorcoach transportation, escort services, one-night accommodations, baggage handling, three buffets, at least $10 in coins, gift shop discounts and coupon and discount book for the Casino Outlet shoppers. Prices are $95 single or $75 double-quad.
A Colonial Christmas: Travel the Blue Ridge Parkway and stay at the historic Martha Washington Inn and attend an evening performance at the Barter Theatre. Spend the next two nights in Colonial Williamsburg to enjoy shopping, dining, and entertainment galore. Also, visit Jamestown and Yorktown. Package includes luxury motor coach transportation, escort services, baggage handling, four night's accommodations, four continental breakfasts, two dinners, tours of Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown, and Barter Theatre. Prices are $975 single, $685 double, $635 triple and $607 quad.
Please call Cavalier Travel at 773-0405 or Hartselle Senior Circle Director Kathy White Goodwin at 751-300, ext. 100 for more information.
Other Senior Circle events include:
Arthritis Education at the Pleasant Place building.
Halloween party, bingo, costume contest and covered dish luncheon at 11:30 a.m. at the Pleasant Place building.
Weekly events
Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays with walking at 7 a.m. and exercise at 8 a.m.
Every Monday at Hartselle Medical Center in the cafeteria at 1-4 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9 a.m. Call Kathy White Goodwin at 773-6511.
100, for more information.

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