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July 2016
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Connie Braceland
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Club 50 Coordinator
617-928-2338
Karen Condor
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617-928-2337
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Singin' in the Rain
Sunday, August 21

Sign up begins Thursday, July 14 [View & Print Form]
Essex Steam Train & Riverboat
Saturday, September 10

Sign up begins Thursday, August 11 [View & Print Form]
Club 50 Adventures
Martha’s Vineyard
Thursday, July 28

Saratoga
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

143rd Running of the Kentucky Derby
April 30-May 7, 2017
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We’re Celebrating the Fourth … and the Future!
by Connie Braceland

Looking forward to Fourth of July fireworks, picnics, and the Pops? Me too! But first Karen and I have some plans to make with our Club 50 Advisory Board: We’re meeting today, in fact, and we’re expecting to make the decision on Club 50’s Big Trip for Fall 2017 … and then we will publicize that very soon!

We’re also planning to start talking about overnight and day trips in 2017, so thank you again for all of the trip ideas you add to your surveys when you travel with us. We really do pay attention to what you want: There are so many places to go and things to do that it’s extremely helpful to have that focus of your favorites.

Speaking of 2017 – have you signed up for our Kentucky Derby Preview night? Please let Karen know by July 14 if you can join us July 21 at the Post 440. Our presentation starts at 5 p.m. to detail this exciting April 30-May 7, 2017, bucket list trip, also featuring Graceland, the Grand Ole Opry, and a Derby Day Brunch Cruise!

For horse racing closer to home, don’t miss Club 50’s three-day trip to Saratoga. You still have a few more weeks to sign up for our fun-filled August 16-18 event, not only featuring a day at the races (with champagne, hors d’oeuvres, and lunch) but also including a dinner cruise on Lake George, a luncheon matinee at The Lake Theatre and time in Saratoga Springs, Lake George, and Glens Falls. And we were tickled to discover that, like the Kentucky Derby, the Saratoga Race Track crowd also has a tradition of sporting fancy hats!

We also hope you can head a bit north with us for Singin’ in the Rain August 21, at the North Shore Music Theatre (see “Club 50 Opportunities”) and then a bit South for Essex Steam Train & Riverboat September 10 (see “Save the Date”).

And come say hello and enjoy a free lunch at two WSB Customer Appreciation Cookouts this month – Waverley Square Branch July 15 and North Waltham/Lexington Branch July 29: right around the time of National Hot Dog Day, July 23!

Singin’ in the Rain
Date: Sunday, August 21


First day of Signup: Thursday, July 14

Price per person: $150 Members  $160 Guests

Walkability: very easy: ability to walk with no or minimal incline.

Please find the Reservation Form on the left column of this page, under Forms.

Experience the glitz and glamour of Hollywood’s golden age: What a glorious feeling!
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Essex Steam Train & Riverboat
Date: Saturday, September 10


First day of Signup: Thursday, August 11

Price per person: $107 Members     $117 Guests

Walkability: moderate: ability to walk at a moderate pace.

Please find the Reservation Form on the left column of this page, under Forms.

Join us as we travel back in time to historic Essex, Connecticut, a charming seaport village still looking much the way it was during its shipbuilding prosperity of the early 1800s, as lovely old sea captains’ homes line its Main Street.
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Hyde Park Happy!


Club 50 helped celebrate the National Park Service’s 100th birthday with a mid-June visit to FDR’s fascinating, must-see Springwood – his birthplace, lifelong home, and burial place – adjacent to the FDR Presidential Library (the first of its kind) and Museum.

Our day in Hyde Park started with Eleanor Roosevelt’s cozy Val-Kill Home and Stone Cottage (the only National Historic Site dedicated to a First Lady) and ended with the over-the-top Vanderbilt Mansion. Our nearly sold-out, three-day Hudson River Valley trip didn’t stop there: Other major stops included The National Purple Heart Hall of Honor, the Walkway Over the Hudson, and West Point.

Want to see more pictures? Simply click on WSB Photo Album in red on the left. Or find us on Facebook! We’re at Watertown Savings Bank-Massachusetts.

Christmas in July? Holiday Parties FYI!


Do you realize we have passed a milestone? We are halfway to Christmas, which, of course, has a name: Half Christmas … and even Leon Day (Noel spelled backwards)! So why not make merry about the next Club 50 Holiday Party? You will have your pick of the Wednesdays, December 7 or 14, and with all of our favorites: The Westin Waltham-Boston, The Soft Touch Band, DJ Danny McCarthy, and Santa (pictured at last year’s party with in-the-holiday-spirit WSB staffers Bill Burgess, left, and Todd Bloniarz)! Keep an eye out for details later in the fall.
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