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W.T.C. Travel Club announces travel plans for 2017

The W.T.C. Travel Club has announced its travel plans for 2017:
- Holland Tulip Festival in Holland, Mich., from May 8 to 12
- Wine, Museums, and Lakes in Finger Lakes, N.Y. from June 13 to 16
- Quilt gardens with the Amish in Northern Ind., from Aug. 20 to 24
- Kennedy’s Cape Cod with Martha’s Vineyard & Scallop Festival, from Sept. 19 to 22
- A nine night Canada and New England cruise from New Jersey, from Oct. 12 to 21
The following day trips are also planned
- Resorts Atlantic City for The Temptations Revue on May 31
- River Belle Mississippi Riverboat on July 20
- Frank, Dean & Sammy Revisited Show on Oct. 18
- Musical Tribute to Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons on Nov. 8
For further information contact Eleanor at 973-839-5023 or visit www.wtctravel.weebly.com.The public is invited to join the group.

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