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Retirees/Snowbirds/B&B


Welcome Retirees & Snowbirds

According to media reports, retirees are opting for second vacation and rental homes in record numbers. For a number of years, The Gulf Coast has played host to "snowbirds" from the Midwest, but the variety of license plates seen from October-March is beginning to include tags from both the Northeast and the Mid-Atlantic. There is a flow of people with the weather.

When choosing a roost, retirees are looking for a pleasant climate, a variety of housing options, and a community of other retired people. Wintering in Southwest Florida provides retirees with  plenty of opportunities to connect and engage with other seniors throughout their stay. If you are a retiree looking to connect with others and have some fun this winter, be sure to explore our area and stop in for a warm welcome at UUCFM.

Retirees and snowbirds are an important part of our congregation, their contributions toward the success of our mission are much appreciated. We value their involvement.

Welcome!
 


B&B

Fort Myers members offer B&B. 2-7 nights January-April. All proceeds to UUCFM.

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