Club 50 eNewsletter
August 2014
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Connie Braceland
Asst. Vice President/
Club 50 Coordinator
617-928-2338
Karen Condor
Club 50 Admin. Assistant
617-928-2337
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Golden Years Perks
In honor of National Senior Citizens Day on Thursday, August 21, what do you feel is the best part of being 65 or older?
Discounts at restaurants, hotels, car rentals, etc.
Dressing casual every day
Grandchildren to spoil
More opportunities to volunteer
Napping
People giving up their seat for you
Social Security and Medicare
Wisdom
Club 50 Adventures
Kringle Candle Company in Bernardston
Lunch at The Farm Table at Kringle
Monday, September 8
 
Northern California’s Finest
Thursday, August 14-Saturday, August 23
Reservations closed
Thursday, September 25-Saturday, October 4
SOLD OUT!
 
Overnight in Providence for WaterFire
& Pumpkin Spectacular at Roger Williams Park Zoo
Saturday & Sunday, October 25 & 26
 
Andrews Sisters Tribute “Letters From Home” (White’s of Westport)
& Westport Rivers Winery Tour & Tasting
Thursday, November 6
 
Christmas at the Newport Mansions
Lunch at The Mooring on Sayer’s Wharf
Sunday, December 14
 
Mackinac Island featuring The Grand Hotel and the Tulip Festival
May 1-8, 2015


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Get Set for a Grand (Hotel) Time!
by Connie Braceland
Are we keeping you busy?
 
First, a final reminder: Enter the Club 50 Theme Song Contest! Try your hand at writing Club 50-related lyrics to the classic tune “On the Road Again.” We have members who have turned it into a fun group effort, so get together with some friends and give it a try! The deadline is Friday, August 29. And yes, there will be prizes … and a performance (or two) down the road?!
 
Second, a special trip announcement: Mackinac Island featuring The Grand Hotel and the Tulip Festival! This island and resort area has been on the Club 50 wish list for several years, so we’re excited to be going during Club 50’s 20th anniversary in 2015 – May 1 through 8. We are holding a special presentation and sign-up on September 18. Please see the “Club 50 Opportunities” column for details on that event as well as the itinerary and the reservation form.
 
In addition to our special plans, we are also happily busy with trips: Just this week was Sunday’s Pops by the Sea in Hyannis (with guest conductor Charlie Rose and brunch at Dan’l Webster Inn), today’s first-day-sign-up for Kringle Candle in Bernardston (with lunch at the Farm Table Restaurant at Kringle), and Thursday we’re off to San Francisco to start our 10-day Northern California’s Finest trip for August. (Our September Northern California trip is September 25-October 4.) Karen and I will have been back just a few days before our other first-day sign-up this month, on Tuesday, August 26, for the October 25 & 26 WaterFire Providence overnight. We’ve received a lot of good early buzz from you about WaterFire, so we’re looking forward to taking a big group to this great event!
 
And one more note: Karen and I will once again be helping out at the Waltham Council on Aging’s annual Health and Resource Fair on Thursday, August 28 at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Waltham (550 Winter Street). Come see us between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.!

Mackinac Island
Date: May 1-8, 2015

Special Presentation and Signup: Thursday, September 18, 2014
5 p.m., American Legion Post 440
295 California Street, Newton, MA
Reserve your seat by September 12! Call Connie or Karen
 
Highlights: Chicago, Millennium Park, Mackinac Island, The Grand Hotel, Holland Tulip Festival, Edsel and Eleanor Ford House

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Rotary Club of Watertown�s Annual Senior Picnic

Noon-3 p.m. Sunday, September 7
Sons of Italy Hall, 520 Pleasant Street, Watertown
There’s never such a thing as too many summer picnics! Come for the food, food, food, and stay for the entertainment, dances, raffle prizes, and giveaways. If you need transportation, a shuttle is available by calling 617-972-6490.
The Rotary Club’s cookout is perfectly timed in between WSB’s Customer Appreciation cookouts: Don’t forget to join us from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. August 22 at the Lexington Branch, September 5 at the East Watertown Branch, September 12 at the Waverley Square Branch, and September 26 at the Main Office. Connie and Karen are on Club 50 trips during the Lexington and Main Office events, but they hope to see you at Waverley Square and East Watertown!

A Summer Day on Columbia Point

Hail to the Chief?! Connie Danielson and daughter Jane graciously posed for a “photo op” while touring the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on Club 50’s July 20 day trip. We were blessed with an utterly gorgeous day, following up our leisurely self-guided tour (which included the new temporary display featuring the Hyannisport Golf Cart, home movies, and artifacts depicting JFK’s love for golf, sailing, and Cape Cod) with a Sunday Brunch Cruise aboard The Odyssey, in which we enjoyed another view of the Museum while lounging on the top deck.
(See more photos of this trip and several others by clicking on WSB Photo Album in red on the left. Are you on Facebook? Just find us at Watertown Savings Bank-Massachusetts.)

Bar None!
Thank you to all of the Club 50 members who responded to our “Goodies on the Go” question from our May newsletter: What is your favorite travel snack?
 
The choices and responses were:
1st choice: Protein Bar (30%)
2nd choice: Nuts (23%)
3rd choice: Chocolate (15%)
4th choice (tie): Cheese & Crackers, Pretzels, Cereal, Whatever the flight attendance offers! (8%)
And congratulations to Elaine F. of Watertown, 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 “Golden Years Perks” survey on the left by September 2.

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