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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.
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.
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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, Syd Ashbridge, or call the Men's Club Office at 633-7091.
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All reservations MUST be in by September 18 for this meeting, so don't wait to call 633-7091 or emai your reservation to: mens.club.lunch.reservations@gmail.com
Bring a New Lifeline Subscriber, Win Free Lunch
To help get the word out about the Lifeline Personal Emergency Alert System sponsored by The Men's Club, the club will buy lunch at any regular meeting for a member who introduces a new subscriber to the Lifeline program. Details and in the June issue of The Chronicle.
South Bay CEO to Present Update on September 21
South Bay Hospital is well underway with its $30 million project to construct a new patient tower and renovate parts of the existing facility. The 30,900 square foot tower will include an additional 12 ICU patient rooms and 14 additional telemetry rooms, bringing the hospitalís total bed space to 138. Construction also includes a new hospital entrance, enhanced main lobby, gift shop and chapel. All existing patient care units will be renovated to give these units an updated and modern design.

On September 21, Sharon Roush, CEO of South Bay Hospital will give us an update on the construction project and bring us a status report on other happenings at this important Sun City Center institution. As usual, the meeting starts promptly at 11:30 a.m. in SCC Community Hall.

The menu for Septemberís meeting features Tilapia Piccata and Chicken Florentine as well as a selection of vegetables, salad bar and the always pleasing, astonishing dessert array. Make your reservation now for the September meeting.