New Fitness Center has opened

Pictured from left to right: Chamber Board Member Emilio Hernandez; Board Member Amanda Nelson; LaBelle Mayor Dave Lyons, Daniel Peregrin, Owner and CEO; Liz Peregrin, Co-Owner; Board Member Michele Brunetto, Board Memebr Lisa Gunter and Board Member Bianca Ross. (Submitted photo)

January 15, Community Members and guests, including Mayor Lyons and LaBelle Chamber Board Members came out to support the grand opening and ribbon cutting of the new Anchor Point Fitness Club at the extensively remodeled River’s Edge Motel in LaBelle.

Those who attended were able to sign-up on the spot and take a tour of the gym, the shower breezeway, and one of the completely renovated guest suites. Members of Anchor Point Club will have 24-hour access to the gym, access to the swimming pool, free kayak rental, complimentary day-dock use, and discounts on rooms and events. There is a special running on membership sign-ups through February 15.

The motel and gym are owned by local investor Daniel Peregrin, who recently held the Sinatra on the Water New Year’s event at the motel. Peregrin and his wife are committed to bringing high-level amenities, accommodations and events to the small-town they “fell in-love with 3 years ago” when they purchased and began remodeling the property.

The Motel will be hosting The Swamp Cabbage Bass Busters Tournament on Saturday, February 24. The River’s Edge Motel is located right on the Caloosahatchee River with dock space and beautiful sunset views off the water. Within walking distance from downtown Labelle, The River’s Edge is quickly-growing as an event-venue and recreation facility. They are also home to the Anchor Point Fitness Club. For more information call 863-675-6062.

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