60s Up seeks new mem­bers

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Af­ter a slow be­gin­ning the newly formed 60s Up Mata­mata branch ended its first year of ac­tiv­i­ties with a well-at­tended din­ner at the Royal Thai res­tau­rant.

Dur­ing 2010 a small but reg­u­lar num­ber of ded­i­cated mem­bers at­tended the monthly meet­ings at the Mata­mata Bridge Club.

Speak­ers from Sport Waikato, Civil De­fence and Mata­mata Po­lice went along to share their ex­pe­ri­ences which al­lowed ev­ery mem­ber to take part in dis­cus­sion and ques­tion time.

Monthly out­ings, vary­ing from morn­ing teas to lunches and din­ners, have also been es­tab­lished, of­ten held dur­ing the week­end so they don’t clash with other ac­tiv­i­ties and take place at a time when many liv­ing alone need com­pany.

The first 60s Up monthly meet­ing for the year will take place on Mon­day Fe­bru­ary 14.

With the ob­jec­tive of pro­vid­ing so­cial op­por­tu­ni­ties and ca­ma­raderie for the re­tired peo­ple of the area, 60s Up wel­comes new mem­bers.

Go along and meet oth­ers and en­joy the com­pany and fun on of­fer.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion phone Shirley on 888-8724 or sim­ply head to the Mata­mata Bridge Club next Mon­day at 1.30pm.

The 60s Up Mata­mata Branch mem­bers en­joy meet­ing reg­u­larly and are look­ing for some new mem­bers.

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