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Positively Parish News – Week of 11-21-2012

Did you know that there is a round and square dancing at the Parish Volunteer Fire Station just about every Saturday from 6-10 p.m.?

It is hosted by members of a Country Club.

The cost is $3 a person or just $5 per couple. Snacks may be brought in to share.

The club supplies coffee, tea and water.

All are welcome to come and kick up your heels or just come to listen to the music.

New Hope Presbyterian Church is preparing the basement of the annex for future zumba classes.

That’s right, in the near future zumba classes will be offered at an affordable price on Monday evenings with Tammy.

Now that is something to look forward to, keep watch for further updates.

Don’t miss the APW Alumni Men’s Basketball Classic on Dec. 1 at 1 p.m.

Contact Tom Nash at 704-578-9980 or email apwalumnihoops@gmail.com if interested in participating.

The Greater Parish Area Chamber of Commerce will host its annual Tree Lighting event on Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. at the Parish Memorial Park followed by activities at the Mills and Petrie Memorial Gymnasium, 2938 E. Main St.

polar plungeOn Dec. 2 I have committed to Freezin’ for a Reason for the athletes of Special Olympics New York by taking a chilly dip at Oneida Shores.

I have set a personal fundraising goal of $100.

If you want to learn more about this wacky event, to find out all the chilly details or how you can show your support, give me a call at 289-2391.

The Parish Public Library will host its annual Community Open House on Dec. 8 from 1-4 p.m.

Santa will make his visit at 2 p.m.

There will be great refreshments served.

All are welcome.

See for yourself as the library continues to be at work in your community.

For more information or to RSVP, just call 625-7130 or stop in at 3 Church St.

I hope to hear from many of you in regards to your wonderful Thanksgiving activities.

To make this column interesting and informative, we need to hear from you, email information to guindfam@gmail.com or call 289-2391.

Blessings and Peace be with you,
Mary Lou Miller Guindon

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