Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club News
The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club (RSCC) is looking for new active members. If you are recently retired and have time on your hands, why not join up with us.
The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club is a social and charitable organization that has been active since May 24, 1973. It has grown from 24 members to well over 200. The Club originally held their meetings at the State Police Barracks on route 44 then rented a building on route 118 from the Town for $1.00 per year. When the Council on Aging was created it joined the Club on route 118. The Council on Aging and the Club have been cohabiting ever since, and we totally enjoy our new building at 55 Bay State Road.
The Club meets the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month excluding July and August at the Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center. Meetings begin at noon and end at 3:00 pm. After the meetings there may be entertainment, a speaker, bingo, game day, etc.
Anyone 55 years or older is eligible to join. Dues are $4.00 per year.
Meetings are a place for seniors to enjoy conversation and companionship over a cup of coffee and dessert. Members talk about family, the old days, local town news, and whats going on nationally. If you are a senior thinking about joining, do yourself a favor and come to the next meeting. You will see old friends, and make new ones.