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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!


Enjoy a Bed & Breakfast experience in sunny southwest Florida… living with a UUCFM host family!

Year Round, subject to availability of Host Families.  Our bed and breakfast program is open only to Unitarian Universalist members and friends. Pets allowed with prior arrangement.  Pick any period (up to seven days), and we will arrange a host home with one room for one or two people. Some accommodations for children may be possible with advance notice.   $75 per night per double room.  

To make arrangements, you may e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact Mary Nies at 239-466-7933

 

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Testimonials From Members - Why I Became A Unitarian Universalist

Peggy Eisenberg
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