WELCOME TO THE SHARON MEN'S CLUB WEB SITE.
I would like to take this opportunity to welcome everybody back to our meetings at the Sharon Community Center. At our first meeting on June 15 we had nearly 80 members attend.
Our next meeting on July 6 will have improvements. We will no longer have to sit three feet apart and I am waiting to hear from the new public nurse to see if we will be able to serve coffee and tea.
Before I go any further there are a number of people I would like to thank for keeping our club members involved during the pandemic. Steve Cohn, who set up and ran all our zoom meetings.
Bob Soffer, for having speakers at each of the meetings. Ken Siegal for his work on the Nexus.
Paul Sowsy for the Zoom pictures that are in Nexus.
The executive committee wants more member involvement with the club. One area which I would like to get started immediately is day trips, as well as longer trips. Please contact me if you want to be on this committee
I hope to have an answer about Whist before the next meeting.
I have spoken with an Indian group about our club. I am hoping some of them will come as guests; this is the first step in the executive committee’s commitment to diversify our club.
WHAT IS THE SHARON MEN'S CLUB
The Sharon Men’s Club is a social organization to provide support to men as they navigated their the transition from a working life to retirement and their senior years.
Initially envisioned as a social outlet, The SMC has grown into a support group that supports me mbers by showing an interest in each other's well-being, enhance the quality of life through conversation and friendship. We look at our selves as a means of to prevent isolation and loneliness as a result of illness or death of loved ones.
The Club meets every Tuesday at the Sharon Community Center, Each meeting has a speaker discussing topics that are timely and relevant to SMC member interests. Coffee, bagels and pastries are provided at these meetings.
On the first Tuesday of each month, there’s a breakfast get-together where wives, significant others and friends can relax and enjoy scrambled eggs, bagels, lox, and for those who really care, tomatos and onions.
No one ever leaves hungry!
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