Club 50 eNewsletter
September 2018
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Connie Braceland
Vice President
Community Relations & Club 50
617-928-2338
Lynne Paolillo
Event Coordinator, Community Relations & Club 50
617-928-2337
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Forms
The Flying Ivories Form
Thursday, November 1st
The Flying Ivories Form
Club 50 Adventures

The Mohawk Trail Fall Foliage Tour
Friday, October 12th

&
Thursday, October 18th 
 
**NEW Date Added**


The Flying Ivories- Dueling Pianos!
Thursday, November 1st


Edaville’s Christmas
Festival of Lights

Thursday, November 29th


Holiday Parties!
December 5th & 12th

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Falling for the New Season!
by Lynne Paolillo

We thought this Summer was jam packed, but our travel plans continue to keep us just as busy into the Fall season! The month of September leaves no time for rest, as it contains an overnight in Provincetown, a sign up for our Mohawk Trail- Fall Foliage Tour, and our quarterly Advisory Board meeting to close out the month. Where should we begin…
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Come See the Foliage!


The Mohawk Trail: Fall Foliage Tour
Date: Friday, October 12th(Sold out!) 
& Thursday, October 18th

(Still Spaces Available!)

Discover the beautiful fall foliage that New England is known for! Club 50 is heading out along Massachusetts' historic 63-mile highway during prime leaf peeping season. This trip will include a scenic fall foliage tour along The Mohawk Trail, lunch at the Whately Inn, a visit to Bridge of Flowers in Shelburn Falls, and much more!  We leave from the American Legion Post 440, 295 California Street, Newton, at 9:00 a.m. and return approximately 7:00 p.m. See forms panel on the left-hand side of the page for flyer and reservation form! 
 

*October 12th is now SOLD OUT, but spaces are still available for October 18th please contact Club 50 if interested!*


Dueling Pianos!


The Flying Ivories- Dueling Piano Show!
Date: Thursday, November 1st
First Day of Sign Up: Wednesday, October 3rd @ 10:00am 
 

Join Club 50 for a fun and entertaining afternoon featuring The Flying Ivories- Dueling Pianos! Two performers on two pianos for an all-request Rock & Roll Sign-Along. Get ready to hear everything from Sinatra to Aretha Franklin, all at your choosing! The performance will be held at the Venezia Restaurant, which will host us for a complete luncheon prior to show with waterfront views of the Boston city skyline. This trip also includes roundtrip transportation from the American Legion Post 440 in Newton, and we guarantee everyone will be rocking & rolling all the way home! See forms panel on the left-hand side of the page for flyer and reservation form!


Alaska Cruise/Tour Not Once, but Twice!

Pictured above is Alaska Group #2 aboard the Island Princess
Pictured above is just one of many pictures that were taken on Club 50’s Alaska Land & Cruise Tour this Summer! As most of you know, the turnout was so large Club 50 hosted two trips to Alaska one in July, and then another in August. Princess Cruises put on a fabulous tour which allowed our travelers to explore all around the beautiful state. They visited Fairbanks, Denali, Mt. McKinley, Glacier Bay, Skagway, Juneau, and Ketchikan, just to name a few! A picture or article will never due an entire trip justice(let alone one that was done twice!), so come stop in to Club 50 or find one of our sixty-seven passengers to hear all about it!
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5 Ways to Spot a Lottery Scam


According to the FBI, in 2015 consumers lost more than $19 million to solicitation scams. These scams, commonly referred to as “advance fee,” “lottery” or “sweepstake” scam, often begin with fraudsters telling the victim they’ve won a lottery or sweepstake raffle. The consumer is issued a check worth more than the amount owed and instructed to pay taxes and fees before receiving a lump sum payment. Unfortunately, the check––in addition to the raffle––is bogus.

Continue reading for tips for spotting a scam!

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Where will you find us now?


Free Fall Shred Day:
Saturday, October 13th!


Where: Main Office, 60 Main Street, Watertown Square
When: 9:00am – 12:00pm


Volunteers will be on hand to assist you if you need help, the limit is three large bags per person. For more information please call customer support at 617-928-9000. OR visit our Events Calendar on our website, link is below!

Our Customer Appreciation Cookouts have finally come to an end. However, September marks the start of the new Fall season...

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Happy times come and go, but the memories last forever...

It is with a heavy heart that we need to share the passing away of two of our long time Club 50 members. Peggy Little of Watertown, and Russ Malone of Waltham.

Peggy has been a Club 50 member since the program started over twenty years ago! She and her group of ladies have been on just about every trip we ever had! Peggy did a lot of volunteering, and was a dear friend to many people.

Russ joined the Club when his wife Nancy retired, and decided she wanted to go traveling with us. Unfortunately Nancy passed away three years ago, and Russ missed her terribly. Russ was a dedicated and loyal friend, and spent much of his career serving the City of Waltham.

They will both be missed very much.

Donations have been made in their memory to the St. Patrick’s Church Food Pantry and Opportunities for Inclusion (formerly GWArc) and the Waltham Boys & Girls Club.

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