Sr. Women’s Club meets @ 10AM until 2PM on 2nd and 4th Thurs every month except November and December when they only meet on the 2nd Thursday. The cost is $1 each time which covers coffee and or tea. They play canasta, pinochle, and poker and bring their own lunch. In January, they collect $10 per person so they can have a catered lunch two or three times in that year depending on how much they collect. If you can only come once in a while and it’s on a catered lunch date, then they will charge you the cost of the lunch.
Men’s Club meets @ 6PM on the 2nd Wed every month. It cost $15 which includes dinner and an open bar.
Community Evening Events occur @ 6PM on the 2nd Sat in Feb, March, May, Sept, Oct, and Dec which takes place in the hall. Every event has a theme. For example: Febis usually a Valentine theme with music and games such as name that tune after so many notes, March is our St Patrick’s Day Party with the best corn beef and cabbage dinner you can imagine, May is steak night and the horse races, Sept and Oct vary, and Dec is a day time children’s party with crafts and Santa Clause providing gifts for every child. The evening is a special dinner and a visit from Santa who brings a small gift for all the women
We also have an annual picnic on the last Sat of July at Schiller Wood, and we bowl @ 11AM on the 3rd Sunday in Sept thru April at Brunswick Zone on River Rd.
Bowling: Meets on the 3rd Sunday of each month during September - April.
President: Kevin Kotas
Vice President: April Kibler
Secretary: Cynthia Marsh
Treasurer: Bob Kolman
Executive Director: Ed Gjertsen
Vice President at Large: Mike Dollin
Vice President, Advertising: Tine Gjertsen
Vice President, Community Services: Joe Montana
Vice President, Communications: Jim Mikolas
Sergeant at Arms: John Turay
Trustees: Bill Marsh
Webmaster: James T. Mikolas
Beat 1632 Community Meeting Reminder
Caps (Community Action Policing) Beat 1632 meets at 7PM in the hall in the even # months, (Feb, April, Jun, Aug, Oct, and Dec). The Police report any crimes that have occurred since their last report the month before, compare these statics with the same time the previous year, look for trends, and provide suggestions to help prevent crime on your block or within the beat district. There is always time for questions or concerns.
This innovative program brings the police, the community, and other city agencies together to identify and solve neighborhood crime problems. Get updated crime stats about our beat, report problems in the neighborhood, and find out about upcoming 16th District police activities.