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March 2013
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A Double Dose of Flower Power
by Joan Galgay

Greetings from Florida!
 
Being here was so nice for a few days in February that I decided to return for a little longer this month. I hope most of you have been able to take a break from New England’s winter weather too.
 
But before I left, I was happy to be able to finalize our 2013 trips schedule. Here’s the latest: Our TBA day trip for October is now Buddy, the Buddy Holly Story at Ogunquit Playhouse on Thursday, October 17. We have wanted to go to the Playhouse, even more so when we were virtually next door to it during last summer’s trip to Ogunquit for a Down East Lobster Bake at Jonathan’s Restaurant. We will be returning to Jonathan’s to try their other delicious dishes!
 
We also have the date for the August trip to Castle in the Clouds: Wednesday, August 21.
 
And one more fyi: For our Provincetown Dunes Tour on Wednesday, July 24, we are going to take the high-speed ferry from Boston. It’s an enjoyable ride and it affords us more time in Provincetown.
 
We’re excited to be back day-tripping after a few months away, and from the way our Upper Deck Trolley Tour of Boston first-day sign-up went, it looks like you are too! We sold out by noon, but we do have a waiting list available. And we have more day trips for you to sign up for right away: Please see the two forms on the left and the details below for Pickity Place on Tuesday, April 30, and Hidden Gardens of Beacon Hill on Thursday, May 16. Both of these trips will be a lovely celebration of spring.
 
Stay safe and warm and I’ll see you in a few weeks!


Two Day Trips!


Pickity Place
Date: Tuesday, April 30, 2013
First Day of Signup: Tuesday, April 2
Price: $85 Members; $95 Guests
Walkability: moderate = ability to walk at a moderate pace.
and
Hidden Gardens of Beacon Hill
Date: Thursday, May 16, 2013
First Day of Signup: Thursday, April 11
Price: $105 Members; $115 Guests
Walkability: strenuous activity = ability to move quickly over uneven terrain for longer periods of time.

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�Taste� A Club 50 Discount!


Here’s a delicious spring event to look forward to: The Watertown-Belmont Chamber of Commerce’s “Taste of the Towns” on Thursday, April 25 – and Club 50 members receive a $5 special discount!
 
Tickets for this year’s event, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Hellenic Cultural Center, 25 Bigelow Avenue, Watertown, are $20, but if you buy your ticket through Club 50 the price is only $15! Just stop by the Club 50 office at the bank’s main branch, 60 Main Street in Watertown, to pick up your ticket. Don’t miss a chance to sample area restaurants’ signature dishes, luscious desserts and savory wine, complete with music and raffle prizes.


Ten Cheers for OAS!


(From left to right: WSB’s Connie Rocco and Karen Condor, and Operation American Soldier founders John and Wendy Rocca.)
 
We are so happy to provide you with a great update on Operation American Soldier, the 2011 recipient of Watertown Savings Bank’s $5,000 donation on behalf of our Club 50 members. The March 1 packing session of 137 “cheer boxes” for our troops, held at OAS HQ, the Pvt. Charles J. Shutt Det. Marine Corps League in Watertown, was a special evening, as founders John and Wendy Rocca and all of the volunteers celebrated OAS’s tenth anniversary of their motto “No one walks away from mail call empty handed.” Wendy also shared the news that OAS has received 501(c)(3) status. The organization has shipped over 100,000 pounds of cheer to more than 4,000 members of the Armed Forces – and they hope to do much more! Joan learned of this wonderful group when, as a member of the Watertown Rotary Club, she helped with shopping to fill the cheer boxes, and she and several employees of WSB are frequently on hand for the packing sessions. If you would like to assist John and Wendy’s efforts to help the brave men and women serving our country, please contact Wendy at 617-504-0532.


Tell us what you think -- and have a chance to win!

Thank you to all of the Club 50 members who responded to our question from the February newsletter: What’s most important to you when you stay at a hotel?
 
The choices and responses were:
1st choice – Close to attractions (64.3%)
2nd: Comfy bed (21.4%)
3rd: Issues addressed immediately (14.3%)
(No votes: Big indoor pool, Concierge, Good cable channels, Free bottled water)
  
And congratulations to Roberta M. of Needham, the winner of a $25 gift certificate towards a Club 50 trip!
For this newsletter’s question – and your chance at that gift certificate – please respond to the “It's Not Bragging, It's Sharing!” survey on the left by April 5.


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