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Senior Citizen Club

 
 

Mission

To provide educational, intellectual and cultural experiences for the senior citizen population living in Rockland County through lectures, cultural presentations and trips to places of interest. Members are encouraged to participate in the College’s educational and cultural offerings as well. The College has a schedule of upcoming events on its website, www.sunyrockland.edu, which members are encouraged to peruse.

 

Interested in becoming a member?

Eligibility for membership is:

  • Rockland County Residency
  • Age 60 and older.

For a couple, only one member has to be age 60. New members must show proof of age and address. Dues are $10.00 annually, payable by check or money order only and collected between 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. on meeting days.

 

When do we meet?

Meetings are scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month at 12 noon, unless there’s a holiday. The meetings are held at Rockland Community College, 145 College Road in Suffern. Please refer to the monthly newsletter for any changes in schedule or location.

 

Love to travel?

Day and overnight trips are planned throughout the year and are available to members on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are taken for the trips on meeting days. Trips are arranged to area museums and other places of educational and cultural interest. Overnight trips are also taken with the focus on learning.

 

Love to write?

The literary magazine, VOICES, is the Club’s annual publication which showcases the writing talent of its members and is circulated to club members, libraries and interested individuals throughout the County.

 

Love to read and share?

Senior Book Club - Interested members meet regularly to discuss books that they decide to read. At times they watch a copy of the corresponding film.

 

Newsletter - A monthly newsletter is distributed to members by mail each month to advise them of speakers for upcoming meetings and other information.

 

Love to lend a hand?

Members are interested in helping the less fortunate in their community. They regularly donate cans of food to be distributed to food pantries, knit clothing in the colder months of the year and engage in other acts of compassion.

 

For more information, please call (845) 356-3482

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