Older Adult Trip to Lincoln's Summer Cottage

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Older Adult Trip to Lincoln's Summer Cottage

Time: July 19, 2018 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Parking Lot at FUMC
Street: 3900 King Street
City/Town: Alexandria
Phone: (703) 671-2456.
Event Type: trip
Organized By: Barbara Keyser
Latest Activity: on Thursday

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Attention Older Adults: Our ATP  Trip Is on for July 19th –  The magic bus leaves the church parking lot at 10am and heads out to Lincoln’s Summer Cottage in DC. Sean Keyser is driving, the cost is $15 per person. Please pay cash or check to FUMC asap as the tickets have to be bought ahead of time.  We will take the Senior tour and afterwards come back out to Arlington to eat lunch at Olive Garden. They have some good lunch specials. For more information feel free to call Barbara Keyser (703) 671-2456.


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