Christmas in the Carribean
For lots of St. Lucie County residents, the holiday season doesn’t really begin to feel like a holiday season until that first Saturday evening in December. That’s when two luxury motor coaches park outside G. Alan Fine Jewelry and Coin, and load up for an evening of fun, food, frolicking, music, and festivities all to benefit Mustard Seed Ministries and its seventeen local programs and services. And while every year of the event is better than the one before, this year’s very special guest host, Joey Miller, promises a simply unforgettable event.
Saturday, December 2nd, the buses will be loaded, and the holiday road trip will begin! St. Lucie County Commissioner Kathy Townsend and IRSC professor and local writer and photographer Wendy Dwyer will be acting as this year’s bus captains – each promising a memorable ride filled with many prizes and crazy surprises for their exclusive passengers. When the wheels on the bus go round and round, they’ll head west and stop at one destination only – Joey Miller’s own, private Margaritaville. That’s right, just west of Fort Pierce, the owner of St. Lucie Battery and Tire has created a private paradise that is open to Silver Bells guests for one night only.
There will be dinner, music, desserts that will blow your mind (not to mention your diet), and of course – margaritas, plus a whole bunch of surprises sure to light up your holiday season and make you glad you’re taking the bus. But only one hundred tickets are available, so if you’d like to join this crazy, annual party that might make Jimmy Buffet and the parrot heads jealous, grab your favorite tropical shirt, and call (772) 595-1599, stop by G. Alan Fine Jewelry and Coin on Midway Road, or catch up with any member of the Mustard Seed Auxiliary to get your tickets today.
Gail Flesche and Joey Miller