Check Your Smoke Detectors!
Islamorada Fire Rescue would like to remind all citizens that October 3-9 is Fire Prevention Week. This year’s theme is “Smoke Alarms: A Sound You Can Live With” , and Islamorada Fire Rescue wants to ensure every residence is equipped with properly working smoke detectors. If you do not have a working smoke detector, the Islamorada Firefighters Benevolent Association will provide them at no cost. To inquire about obtaining a smoke detector, or for questions about testing, mounting, or maintaining a detector, please contact Islamorada Fire Rescue at 305-522-0333. Supplies are limited, so call today!

Slow Movement = Good Health
The Key Largo Branch of the International Taoist Tai Chi Society will hold an Open House, October 5 at 5:30pm at the Lion’s Club in Key Largo, MM99.5, Oceanside, behind TIB Bank.

Everyone is invited! Come see a demonstration of Tai Chi, learn a bit about it and enjoy some great refreshments. For more info, contact Susie Ley at (614) 565-4255 or .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Annual Rummage Sale
The always-popular annual rummage sale sponsored by the Key Largo Civic Club will take place on Friday, October 29, and Saturday, October 30, between 8 am and 1 pm at the Civic Center, 209 Ocean Bay Drive.

Donations for the rummage sale may be delivered every Wednesday from 10 A.M. to Noon. “This is a great opportunity to clear out some space in your home,” said Jack Hagopian, Civic Club President.

Line Dancing, a new activity each Thursday at 7 pm at the Civic Club, started September 23, with 75 participants of all ages, some wearing cowboy boots and hats. Carolyn Cochran will teach Line Dancing at 7 pm every Thursday night except holidays. Admission is $1 for Civic Club members and $2 for non-members.

The Civic Club will host its monthly pancake breakfast on October 2 from 8 am to 10 am. The cost is $5. President Jack Hagopian said the pancake breakfast is “without a doubt the best bargain in town.”

Rotary sponsors high school Interact Club
Coral Shores’ Interact Club is a community-minded high school group that follows the same principles as their sponsors – the Upper Keys Rotary Club and the Key Largo Rotary Club. Throughout the year, the CHS’ Interact Club will practice “Service Above Self” through fundraising, supporting causes like the Burton Memorial Church food bank and Forgotten Soldiers, and volunteering at community events like the Chili Cook-off and the Gigantic Nautical Flea Market. Ms Carmen Kelley serves as the teacher liaison/sponsor for the local Coral Shores Interact Club, which meets in her classroom after school on Mondays at 2:30 pm. For more on the Rotary Clubs, please visit <b data-recalc-dims=Rotary sponsors high school Interact Club
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