Opa-locka’s Sherbondy seniors have fun ‘on the move’

 

With Valentine’s Day approaching, Commissioner Luis B. Santiago bestowed ‘lots of love’ to over 150 of Opa-locka’s most valued residents when he hosted the ‘Seniors on the Move’ Extravaganza on Saturday, Feb. 9, at Sherbondy Village, 215 Perviz Ave. in Opa-locka, sponsored by the mayor and commission in partnership with the Parks and Recreations Department. The guests of honor, representing six to nine decades of history, celebrated their youth and razor-sharp skills by line-dancing, responding with quick wit and competitively vying for prizes during multiple rounds of Bingo. Among the prizes were gift cards, toasters, crock pots, coffee makers, china, flatware and other gifts.

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