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I continue to track all the latest news and updates as it relates to coronavirus in The Villages.
Monday December 7 was Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, and in typical Villages fashion, special attention was paid to mark the day at Veteran’s Memorial Park.
WWII’s last legion: Villages says thanks (The Villages Daily Sun)
To coincide with this National Day of Remembrance, The Villages Daily Sun ran a couple of other articles worth highlighting:
WWII’s last legion: Their final roll call (The Villages Daily Sun)
WWII’s last legion: heroes living here (The Villages Daily Sun)
Did anybody else watch that video from a few weeks ago of Rusty Nelson’s stay at The Waterfront Inn and think the hotel decor looked a little dated? Me too.
I’m not sure if Rusty was in one of the last rooms to be updated, but the hotel just wrapped up an extensive renovation. It looks pretty nice!
Waterfront Inn gets long list of updates (The Villages Daily Sun)
In crime related news this week, a father and daughter were arrested on drug charges at their home in the Village of Glenbrook.
There are a couple of videos worth checking out over on YouTube this week.
First up, you’ve got not one but two updates from Rusty Nelson’s Lifestyle Preview visit. Check them out here:
The Villages posted a video about their new Hawkins Cottage Villages:
Last but not least, Skip Smith finally posted a video of his chat with Rusty Nelson:
Have a great week, and I’ll see you back here next week!