Here’s what’s new with the Newcomers Club
The Cameron Park Newcomers Club has ended its current year of activities, and members remind everyone to update their information in the new and improved 2011-12 roster coming out in the fall.
You do not have to live in Cameron Park and you do not have to be new to the area to join the Cameron Park Newcomers Club. Everyone, single or married, is welcome to join the club’s many activities, including luncheons, dinners, day trips, a book club, an investment club, bridge, crafts, pinochle, poker, Bunko and many special events throughout the year.
Dues are $25 September to September. Dues prorated March to September.
For more membership and investment club information call (530) 677-8497; for Ladies’ Singles get together information call (530) 672-0536; for book club information call (530) 676-2577; and for monthly luncheon information call (530) 677-4933.
The Cameron Park Newcomers Club 2011 fall cruise will be through the Panama Canal and plans are already in place for the 2012 cruise to the Greek Isles. For more information call (530) 672-0268
The club’s last organized club function for this year is the annual picnic at Cameron Park Lake at 1 a.m. on June 15, catered by Sierra Smokehouse BBQ. For more information call (530) 672-0268.
Reach Out Committee
On Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25, there will be a garage sale to benefit families in need in our community. the sale will be held at 3226 Perlett Drive in Cameron Park from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Support this worthwhile committee with your donations and your time; you may also find a great treasure so come by and check it out. Call (530) 672-0268 for more information.
Each year the Cameron Park Newcomers Club makes a donation to deserving organizations as a Living Memorial to honor our members who passed away and members who lost a family loved one during the club year. In their memory a contribution of $250 has been made to CASA and $250 to The Food Bank of El Dorado County.
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