Okeechobee’s Newest attraction right in the center of town

Time to Escape, 2825 S.W. 3rd Terr., is Okeechobee’s newest and greatest attraction. This is a place where a group of people can really have a good time! There are three different rooms with different situations. You are locked in the room and you must figure out the clues, find keys, locate combinations and solve puzzles to unlock the door to escape. If you have a birthday party, office party, family reunion or even just a rainy day this is a great way to change things up. Girls night out? How about a bridal party? This fits any and all occasions. Some rooms can hold up to 12 people. Put your skills to the test in any of the three rooms: The Detective’s Office, The Laboratory and The Madness. Be sure to check them out of Facebook and visit their website at www.timetoescapeinfl.com or give them a call at 863-532-3741.
With Christmas just around the corner I always do the top 10 gifts for men by putting a poll on Facebook and getting responses. May this help you in your Christmas shopping!
The top 10 gifts for men for Christmas are:
1. Hunting equipment/guides;
2. Fishing equipment/guides;
3. Tools;
4. Car detailing/auto parts;
5. Music equipment;
6. Year supply of a lawn service;
7. A Fitbit/work out equipment;
8. Gift certificates to favorite restaurant;
9. Anything Star Wars;
10. A spa day/hair cut/ massage.
Enjoy this recipe of the week, which was submitted by a office employee here at the Okeechobee News.
Cynthia’s Apple Dump Cake
Ingredients: 6 cups of chopped apples, 1 box of yellow cake mix, 3/4 cup of melted butter.
Directions:
1. Place chopped apples in a 13×19 pan.
2. Cover the apples with the dry cake mix.
3. Pour melted butter over top of the apple mixture making sure you cover all of it.
4. Bake at 350 degrees for 45-50 minutes.
5. Cool and serve.
6. Garnish with ice cream or Cool Whip if desired.

Tammi’s Top of the Lake for the week of Dec. 13.

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