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Greetings for a New Year ...

The Polar Vortex is over, and now comes endless rain to dampen your spirits (followed by another storm?), but keep in mind there is always a chance you can visit us on Pine Cay and brighten your horizon (not to mention the weather forecast). 

The Meridian Club has undergone some great changes during our closure this summer and we have been busy in November and December hosting more guests than usual.  Come see what this years' guests have been enjoying.  We now have yoga on Wednesday mornings, some new watersports equipment, a new gift shop, and a new pastry chef.  Oh, and on your way here, you will be directed to a new marina where our new dock moves up and down with the tide for easier embarkation.

Best to you in 2014. Please come visit,

Beverly and Wally

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