Thursday, January 17, 2013
HONORING OUR CENTENARIANS - LET'S DO IT AGAIN
The Delray Beach Public Library is going to honor its neighbors who have reached 100 years old. Why? The library is celebrating its centennial this April and wants to share the fun with fellow 100 year olds.
Anyone 100 years old or older is invited to help blow out the candles on a giant cake during the bash on April 11 at the library. The library is eager to meet area residents who have proudly reached the 100 year mark. The library will be hosting about 500 guests at 6:30 p.m. at the library at 100 West Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, 33444.
If you are 100 years old and would like to attend the party free of charge please call Diane Haines, library volunteer, at 561-455-2184 or e-mail at email@example.com. Proof that you are 100 years old will be required. Others interested in attending the party which will feature fabulous food and music may buy tickets for $100 each by contacting Kimberley T. Burmeister, development director, at 561-266-0775 or by e-mail at:
Post provided by UCO VP - Barbara Cornish