Senior social clubs are great places to meet fellow senior citizens who share similar interests. By sitting home and watching television, you will never meet people who could easily be your newest friends.
Today at our club meeting we had a speaker who happened to be an attorney. He explained the three important documents that every senior should have; a will, a power of attorney and a living will. We got a chance to ask him questions and he was a gracious and informative speaker and we all learned so much.
Our club and several clubs in our area offer day trips to fun places at reasonable prices. They have gone to see plays at dinner theaters, visited local places of historical interest and been on shopping excursions as well as vists to local casinos.
Ok, people are people, but in my dealings, there are about 99% nice people in these clubs. The 1% is there because nobody else wants them. So the odds are in your favor that you will make nice new friends who also live close by where you live.
Twice a year the local senior clubs take bus rides that last from 3 to 10 days depending how far away they travel. We have discussed going to New Orleans, Chicago and Niagara Falls and I am certainly on the list for having a wonderful time with nice people.
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