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March 11, 2013

Merrimac Senior Center offers trips

A trip to the White Mountains in Lincoln, N.H., will be offered on May 19 and 20 for $169 per person double, $219 per person single. The trip includes the Beacon’s lobster bake dinner, with lobster offered at every meal and the Mark Shelton & Company tribute to Broadway show tunes and standards. The welcome reception offers complimentary hors d’oeuvres and special discount drink prices.

An Alaska discovery land and cruise, featuring a seven-night Princess Cruise will be offered May 16 to 28. Inside category cabin rates are $3,929 double, $5,429 single; outside cabin rates are $4,529 double, $6,829 single; balcony cabin rates are $4,929 double, $7,529 single. The trip includes round-trip air from Logan International Airport, air taxes and fees/surcharges, port charges and hotel transfers. The cancellation waiver and insurance of $305 per person is not included.

Remembering the fabulous ‘50s with Charlie Thomas & The Drifters at the Danversport Yacht Club will be offered on Wednesday, June 12. The price of $79 per person includes transportation, luncheon and show. The meal offers a choice of boneless breast of chicken or fresh baked scrod, along with soft cheese and crackers, tossed garden salad, rolls, bread, vegetables, mashed potato, dessert, coffee and tea.

Checks should be made payable to: Friends of COA, and payment due at time of sign-up.

For more information on trips, call Merrimac Senior Center at 978-346-9549. Fliers for all trips are available at the Merrimac Senior, 100 East Main St.

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