Dunedin's iconic Fenway Hotel bought by Tai Chi group
The tangled saga of the historic Fenway Hotel opened a new chapter Friday as the Taoist Tai Chi Society of the United States of America announced its purchase of the iconic property for $2.8 million.
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#1 Jun 15, 2014
Local members of the Taoist Tai Chi Society from St. Petersburg, Dunedin, Tampa and Brandon, look forward to the establishment of the USA Headquarters of the Taoist Tai Chi Society in the Fenway Building complex. The Fenway will also house a new USA branch of the International Taoist Tai Chi Society. Members from New Zealand, Australia, Western Europe, Poland, Chekoslovakia, the Caribean and Mexico will be able to fly into Tampa International and drive easily over to downtown Dunedin to the Fenway. We are talking about 48,000 members from 27 or 28 different countries coming to our community to participate in weeklong Tai Chi and related arts workshops. Members, husbands and wives, will be able to enjoy the Dunedin watefront location and downtown shops and restaurants. We will have additional Canadian members buy seasonal residential facilities. Over a thousand members each year now participate in Awareness Day in downtown Toronto. The Community will be invigorated by ou cultural activities, participation with our dragons in parades and other outdoor and indoor activities. Thousands of USA members will be ale to attend and improve their Tai Chi and other internal arts skills because of this relocation. It's a winner all the way around.
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