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.
February 1 - North Carolina State Parks: Highlights, Accomplishments and Challenges
Sean Higgins of the state park system will talk about the growth and development of the North Carolina State Parks. North Carolina has 29 state parks and 3 state forests. We also boast 8 national wildlife refuges and 2 national seashores. Come learn about our state’s abundant natural resources.
February 8 – White Memorial Builds Its Future
Gary Fulton will present this overview of the building plans in place for the church. Learn about construction plans and facilities changes and how they reflect the growing needs of this growing congregation.
February 15 – “Dream Big: Engineering Our World”
Field Trip to IMAX Theater and Lunch at Big Ed’s
Jeff Bridges narrates this movie celebrating the human ingenuity behind engineering triumphs. Featured in the movie are the Great Wall of China, electric cars, and underwater robots. Cost of the movie ticket is $5. You are responsible for the cost of your lunch. Limit 20.
February 22 – Reverend Jim Ferry and His Life in Japan
Interim Parish Associate Jim Ferry will talk about his years living with his wife Janice in Japan. Learn about his experience of the Japanese culture and the Japanese Christian church.
March 1 – Robert Galloway, Pastoral Resident
Robert Galloway joined the staff in the summer of 2017 after finishing his Master of Divinity degree at Princeton Seminary. Learn about Robert’s life as a preachers’ kid – both of his parents are ministers – and the path that brought him to White Memorial.
March 8 – “If Not Home, Where Should I Go?”
This is a useful program for any who are considering a move to a retirement facility and aren’t sure about the decision. Tim Murray, of AWARE Senior Care, will discuss the choices and factors in making this decision. Tim Murray presented our program for seniors last spring about staying healthy at home.
March 15 - American Music Jubilee
Field Trip to the Rudy Theater in Selma and lunch
The American Music Jubilee is a popular matinee musical review at the Rudy Theater. Tickets for this lively variety show are $12.50. Lunch will be at a BBQ spot along the way in Smithfield.
March 22 – Remembering Watergate and Its Lessons
Raleigh lawyer Eugene “Gene” Boyce served as assistant chief counsel to the Watergate Committee. Hear about the work of the Watergate Committee and the events that shaped our political history.
Contact: Robert Galloway (staff); Heike Schichtel, president of Keenagers.