Every Thursday, from 09/07/2017 to 05/31/2018, 10:45 AM - 1:00 PM
Keenagers is a fellowship group sponsored by WMPC and Raleigh Parks and Recreation, and is designed for adults ages 55 plus. Our membership drive is throughout September and there is a $10.00 annual fee to help cover the costs of speakers’ lunches. We meet on Thursdays, September - May. Keenagers begins with an informal coffee and fellowship from 10:15-10:45 a.m. The regular meeting is held from 10:45 a.m.-12:45 p.m. (Come around 10:40 a.m. for good parking as most of our Bible studies dismiss around 10:30 a.m.) Each week we begin with a short business meeting followed by a great program and devotional. At noon, we enjoy a hot meal served by the best cooks in Raleigh! The fee for lunch is $5. Usually the group takes a day trip to a place of interest once a month. We will take an overnight trip in the Spring.
SEPTEMBER 7 - BINGO WITH BRUCE
Bruce Mullin brings his Bingo calling skills to Keenagers for this first meeting of the new year. Come prepared to win big prizes and see friends after the summer break. New officers will be installed. Coffee and fellowship 10:15; meeting and program at 10:45. Lunch afterward for $5. You do not need a reservation. ROOM K-100
SEPTEMBER 14 – WHOOPING CRANES: MIGRATION & SURVIVAL
Walter Sturgeon, of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, will speak about the life of Whooping Cranes in North Carolina – their management and migration patterns and the survival of these elegant creatures. Coffee and fellowship 10:15; meeting and program at 10:45. Lunch afterward for $5. You do not need a reservation. ROOM K-100
SEPTEMBER 21 - TRIP TO MOREHEAD PLANETARIUM
The first field trip of the year is to Chapel Hill for a program entitled “Carolina Skies” at the Morehead Planetarium. We’ll have a $5 box lunch afterward at the Coker Arboretum. Sign-ups begin on September 7 and must include the $5 for lunch. We cannot accept reservations for the trip without the $5 for lunch.
SEPTEMBER 28 - MICROBES THAT TRAVEL WITH US
We all walk around with bacteria that live on our skin. Dr. Marianne Barrier is the Lab Manager of the Genomics & Microbiology Research Lab at the NC Museum of Natural Sciences will help us understand the good news and bad news about microbes as travel companions! Coffee and fellowship 10:15; meeting and program at 10:45. Lunch afterward for $5. You do not need a reservation. ROOM K-100
Contact: Judy Pidcock (staff); Heike Schichtel, president of Keenagers.