Pat Sewell Funderburk
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Lunch, ceremony planned for Memorial Day

Hi Y’all,

The Arabella Health and Wellness Center held a ribbon cutting and flag raising ceremony on Monday, May 20 at 3 p.m. They are located at 239 Crooked River Road, past St James Bay Golf & Pickleball Resort. The American Legion Riders were instrumental in getting the flags, an American flag and a POW flag. and arranging the installation of the flagpole. Thanks goes out to all who were instrumental in making this happen.

On Memorial Day, May 27 there will be two events to honor those who gave their lives for us. The Lanark Boat Club will be having lunch at 11 a.m. They will be serving hot dogs and hamburgers; please bring a side dish or dessert. Later American Legion Post 82, at 2316 Oak Street in Lanark, will have a ceremony for this honored day There will be a proper retiring of American flags, so if you have any old flags, please bring the flags to the Legion.

There are a few changes in the times in Lanark events at the Legion Port, so Friday Night Burgers and Sunday Pizza are both from 6 to 8 p.m. The Lanark Village Association’s Sunday Covered Dish has been discontinued until September and the Wednesday Bingo has been discontinued but may be opened again. The Lanark Village Golf Club’s members’ meetings will be discontinued until September.

The LVA RV and Boat Storage still has spaces available for rent, for a great price. For more information you can contact me.

Be aware: One of our residents, while walking her small dog on a leash, was knocked down by a large dog on Carrabelle Beach and was injured. The large dog was on a very long leash and the owners were unable to stop the attack. 

Love Lanark

Pat Sewell Funderburk is the Times Lanark News columnist. Be sure to send news and society items about Lanark Village life to her at Also you can read Lanark News online by going to and doing a search for Lanark.

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