March 2, 2024

Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club News

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The Rehoboth Senior Citizens Club meeting was held on January 18th in the Arcade Building at the Francis Farm campus. Our members were very thoughtful and creative with many ideas concerning our upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration. The committee is in its home stretch and putting together the final preparations. There will be more information coming soon.

Dates, cost, and transportation are being researched for our trip to a play matinee and luncheon. We have to be cautious in planning large group activities again because of all the viruses that are prevalent, so be patient with us about a scheduled trip.

We will be sending out our annual membership drive letters soon. Members who have had their 90th birthday, and older, are considered Honorary Members and need not pay dues ($10 per year), however, they are asked to use the form to report their mailing address, email addresses and phone numbers, or any changed, pertinent information.

Also, please keep in mind that we will be having our Annual Fall Bazaar in October. We will be collecting any donations for our Raffle Table from now until the Bazaar and you can give them to Donna, Jane, or Diane at a lunch or breakfast at Francis Hall.
Our Bazaar has been wonderfully successful, thanks to your overwhelming support, in the years since the terrible fire and we use the proceeds from the Bazaar to donate to several organizations that help our seniors.

As a reminder to us all, SCAMS are increasing rapidly. If you do not know the number that is calling you, DO NOT ANSWER IT! If you answer and hear a soft beep, HANG UP IMMEDIATELY!

Our next meeting will be February 15th in the Arcade Building at noon. Lunch will be provided. There will be a potluck dessert. Please bring your own drink if you can.

Be safe, stay healthy and we hope to see you at the meeting on February 15th.

Donna Howard
President RSCC

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