50+ Club

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Christ the King 50+ Club

 

The mission of the 50+ Club is to foster friendships with other people in the parish community in various activities that provide satisfying social, spiritual and cultural experiences for those “over 50” in the greater Mashpee area.

 

The 50+club welcomes new members.  To become a member click “registration form” to print. Fill in and mail to the address included. For additional information please  phone 508-392-9384, or email nrbobelle@aol.com, Paul & Sharon Ross,

Upcoming Events

Sunday, February 26, 2017
Newport Playhouse  Buffet luncheon,
Show (“Romantic Comedy”) and Cabaret  click for flyer

Saturday March 11th, 2017
St Patrick’s Day Dinner   
Christ the King Parish Hall ~ 5:30 PM

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Performance:  Brian Kelly  
Christ the King Hall 1:00  click for poster.

 

50+ Club NEWS and REVIEWS…

January 3, 2017:  John Salerno Concert

Attendees of the 50+ Club were thrilled with the performance of John Salerno, a long time, popular local entertainer, at the Christ the King Parish Hall.  John is an accomplished pianist and vocalist who more than met the expectations of the 110 Club members and guests that were present. John’s lively accordion music was a highlight of the afternoon.  Refreshments and door prizes concluded the event

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Christmas Luncheon Monday, December 5, 2016:

The 50+ Club celebrated its annual Christmas Party at the Seacrest Resort in Falmouth. Guests enjoyed the festive decorations and sweeping ocean views, overlooking Old Silver Beach. The full course luncheon with choice of entrée was delicious. Following the meal, the entertainment was provided by Jennifer Mello, an outstanding vocalist, who circulated among the table guests with musical renditions that delighted all.

 

 

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November 1, 2016:  Katie Lynch Coglin

Beautiful music in the air was appreciated by all at the recent 50+ Club concert by Katie Lynch Koglin, Harpist & Vocalist at Christ the King Parish Hall. Katie’s performance included renditions from opera, Rogers and Hammerstein and the Beatles.  Over 125 Members and guests attended the event, which was followed by refreshments and door prizes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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15Vermont and New Hampshire – October 3 and 4 2016

On Oct. 3rd, Christ the King Parish 50+ Club members traveled on an overnight trip to Vermont and New Hampshire. First stop was a visit to the Yankee Candle store in Deerfield followed by a delicious lunch at Chandler’s Restaurant. Next stop was Jacksonville, Vermont and the fabulous Honora Vineyards, for wine tasting where the colorful scenic view was enjoyed. The group then proceeded to their overnight stay at the Indian Head Resort, in Lincoln, N. H., for dinner and entertainment.

On day two, the group boarded the bus for the “Turkey Train” in Meredith, N.H. and were served a delicious turkey lunch “with all the fixins”, aboard a scenic railroad dining car.  The beautiful water views of Lake Winnipesaukee were appreciated by all.

Before leaving New Hampshire, a stop at a local farm stand, and a visit to the Kellerhaus Candy and Ice Cream establishment thrilled all.  Arriving back in Mashpee, members agreed it was quite an experience!

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Julie and Denya – September 13, 2016

On September 13th, the Club presented veteran musicians Julie Wanamaker and Denya Levine. Over 150 members attended the event in the parish hall. The duo performed songs of the sea and worldwide music adventures, accompanied by guitar, ukule, Irish drum and fiddle, to the delight of all.

The event opened the new 2016/17 Club year. Refreshments and door prizes concluded the delightful afternoon.

 

 

 

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“Singing in the Rain”  ~ August 25, 2016

Sunny skies delighted the members of the 50+ Club as they travelled north to Danvers, MA.  The first stop on their itinerary was at the Danversport Yacht Club where everyone enjoyed a delicious meal.    This was followed by a visit to the North Shore Music Theatre for a performance of “Singing in the Rain”.  The show was lively and very entertaining and yes, it really did rain on the stage!

 

 

 

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Portsmouth and the Isles of Shoals ~ July 20, 2016

It was a blue sky day for 49 members of the 50+ Club, for a lovely trip to Portsmouth N.H. The narrow streets were a challenge for the large bus, but the driver was able to squeeze through to give members wonderful views of historic homes and public buildings. A delicious lunch was enjoyed at the British Beer Club, followed by a very scenic 3 hour cruise to the Isle of Shoals. All passengers returned home very satisfied from their visit to the Granite State.

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May 23rd to May 25th

Maine, the “Pine Tree State”, was the destination of Christ the King 50+ Club members in May.  First stop was a lovely luncheon at Cooks restaurant on Bailey Island.  Bar Harbor and the Acadia Inn was the perfect location for overnight accommodations.  After a good night’s rest, the group had a local tour of Bar Harbor and Mt. Desert Island.  Although it was somewhat foggy when they arrived at Arcadia National Park, everyone enjoyed the visit to Cadillac Mountain and Seal Cove.  Of course, a trip to the Maine coast would not be complete without a delicious lobster dinner which was enjoyed by all!

 

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Celebrate America ~ June 14, 2016

“Red white and Blue” were the colors for the day as 175 members and guests of Christ the King Parish Fifty Plus Club gathered in Mashpee, on June 14th  to celebrate the great American Holidays of Memorial Day, Flag Day and Independence Day.  The Acappella Men’s chorus, “The Cape Cod Surftones” provided music for the audience’s listening pleasure.  Refreshments and door prizes followed the presentation.

 

 

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration ~ March 12, 2016

During the month of March the the 50+ Club joins with the Knights of Columbus and Catholic Women’s Club to sponsor the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration. Saturday night, March 12, the Parish Hall became a bit of Ireland as a large crowd enjoyed a delicious and traditional Irish feast catered by Eat Your Heart Out Caterers and were entertained by David Polansky. It was a great time for all who attended!

Click to view photos from the event.

 

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2.3.2016 Gardener Museum19GARDENER MUSEUM TRIP ~ FEBRUARY 3, 2016

Promptly at 8:30 AM, our FOX bus left the parking lot on the trip to Boston and the stop at the MUSEUM.

On arrival, we had a few moments to get the lay of the land and divide into 4 groups for our tour of the Museum. What a wonderful place. The guides were very knowledgeable, and patient to answer any and all questions about the Gardeners, and how a woman in the late 1800’s could take on a momentous undertaking and guide the erection of such a wonderful edifice.

One area of great interest was the two rooms where the 13 pieces of art, valued at many millions of dollars had been stolen on March 19, 1900. Each piece of art had been taken, but the empty frames still hang where the art once was a reward of $100,000.00 is being offered for the information leading to the return of the art work.

After the tour, we boarded the bus for a short trip to the Venezia Restaurant in Dorchester facing out towards Boston Harbor, a beautiful setting and great food.

After the feast, we again boarded the bus for a nice ride home to Cape Cod.

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2016 -2017 Executive Board Members

 

Officers:

Co-Presidents – Sharon and Paul Ross

Co-Vice Presidents – Charles and Agnes Hopewood

Recording Secretary – Eleanor Howard

Corresponding Secretary – Janet Lewis

Acting Treasurer – Sharon Ross

Advisors – Joan and Peter Levesque

 

Committee Chairpersons:

Hospitality – Carol DeVincent

Membership – Peter and Joan Levesque

Communications – Dick Fraser

Program Committee:

Program Committee: Pat Siff and Gene Garvey