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August 2016
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Connie Braceland
Asst. Vice President/
Club 50 Coordinator
Karen Condor
Club 50 Admin. Assistant
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New York City Overnight Form
Sunday & Monday, October 23 & 24, 2016

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Run for the Roses Form
April 30 - May 7, 2017

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Club 50 Adventures
August 16-18

Singin� in the Rain at North Shore Music Theatre
Lunch at Angelica�s
Sunday, August 21

Essex Steam Train & Riverboat (Connecticut)
Saturday, September 10

Northern Italy Tour
September 19-30

New York City
October 23 & 24

Veteran�s Day Tribute at Log Cabin
Thursday, November 10

Bright Nights at Forest Park
Lunch & Entertainment at The Delaney House
Thursday, December 1

Run for the Roses! featuring Nashville, Memphis & the 143rd Kentucky Derby
April 30-May 7, 2017
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I�m So Glad We Had This Time Together �
by Karen Condor

Just another �day at the office,� with Club 50 member Phil Ste. Marie � at the Dun Aengus prehistoric fort on the Aran Islands in County Galway, Ireland!
Hello, Club 50! Of course you have heard of the �travel bug,� because, like me, hundreds of you have it � and Connie and I are so thankful for that: because of you, we get to experience so many great places every few weeks!

But I also picked up the �moving bug� a few decades ago, and it�s time to jump into a new challenge in a new part of the country: I will be leaving WSB, Club 50, and New England in October when my husband Tom and I move to Greenville, South Carolina, y�all!

We traded our native Pennsylvania for sunny Southern California in the late �90s, and then came to Massachusetts a dozen years ago � so why not give the South a try?

The main reason? Family. I am thrilled to have recently reconnected with my brother and his loved ones, who live in the Greenville area. And Tom is thrilled to �reconnect� with not having to shovel snow!

So this is for a life change and not for a job change, because I am going to greatly miss working with Connie, one of my top managers of all time. I cannot say enough good things about this upbeat, wicked smaht lady! I�m also going to miss having fun with too-many-to-mention Club 50 members and their guests, as well as the variety that comes with being the Club 50 Assistant: You know that you are never going to be doing the same thing every day!

And I�ll miss the trips � of course! So many highlights: The Badlands of South Dakota, Pike�s Peak in Colorado, sitting in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir audience in Salt Lake City, a clear-blue-sky Cadillac Mountain at Acadia National Park (twice!), New Orleans, a rodeo in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, climbing Moro Rock in Northern California � and finally crossing the Atlantic for my favorite trip of all, Ireland.

So thank you, thank you, thank you, Club 50. I will treasure these trip highlights � and I have also picked up a few life lessons from all of you: always know where the bathrooms are(!), never forget to bring a bottle of water and snacks, it�s OK if your hair frizzes in the rain/humidity/any reason, and you never know what treasures you�ll find in the gift shops. But most of all? Always, always have FUN!
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