About The Men's Club
For information about becoming a member of The Men's Club, click here
Welcome to the Menís Club of Sun City Center website. Here you will find information about the Men's Club, its history, its activities
and projects, its meetings and outings.We invite the men of the Sun City Center area to join with us for fellowship. Our meetings
are on the third Wednesday of each month in Community Hall.
The purpose of the Men's Club shall be to provide and promote charitable community service, cultural, social and civic interest, and to cooperate with other clubs and organizations in the best interest of Sun City Center. The Men's Club is qualified under Section 501(3)(c) of the Internal Revenue Code and is incorporated under the laws of the State of Florida.
We Want to Know!
Do you know of Men's Club member or member-spouse who is ailing, or perhaps who is grieving the loss of a loved one?
We'd like to know about it.
Please email information about the member or member-spouse to our club Chaplain, Dr. Bob Schmeiser
call the Men's Club Office at 633-7091.
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March 31 Deadline for Vietnam Era Veterans
In the past two years your Menís Club has honored its members who served in World War II or during the Korean War ear. This year, the plan is to honor our members who served during the Vietnam War era. If you served in any branch of the military service between January 12, 1962 and March 30, 1973, whether in direct combat or not, we want your name on our list. If you served during the Vietnam era, please let us know by emailing Don Murphy a the email address below or contacting Don at one of our meetings. We will also have a sign up list on the membership table at each of our meetings so you can leave your name, your service and your contact information.
The deadline to sign up is March 31. Email your name and service branch to Don Murphy.
March 15 Program:
The Travels of John Muir in Florida
John Muir (1838-1914) was one of America's most famous and influential naturalists and conservationist. He has been called "The Father of our National Parks," "Wilderness Prophet," and "Citizen of the Universe." He once described himself more humorously, and perhaps most accurately, as, a "poetico-trampo-geologist-botanist and ornithologist-naturalist etc. etc. !!!!"
One of his more important endeavors was his walk though the State of Florida Join us on March 15 when club member and member of the Sierra Club Paul Thibault discusses the work and travels of John Muir in Florida, including Muirís 147 mile, 8 day trek through the state in 1867 and his visit to Florida in 1898.
As usual, the meeting will start promptly at 11:30 a.m. in the SCC Community Hall. Make your reservation now by sending an email to the address below:
March 12 is the deadline to sign up for the St. Patrick's Day Dinner-Dance.
Click above to open a copy of the registration form.