About The Men's Club
Welcome to the Men’s 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 President Joe DeFeclice or
call the Men's Club Office at 633-7091.
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Coming in December: Beautiful, the Carole King Story
The Men’s Club’s Chartered Bus will take us to the Van Wezel on Saturday, December 14, for a matinee performance of this spectacular Broadway musical based upon the life and music of Carol King.
The cost for show ticket and transportation is $95.00 per person.
Our previous trips to the Van Wezel have been very popular and this trip will be no exception. You can reserve your ticket starting at the July 17 club meeting.
Bring your check (made payable to The Men’s Club) to the meeting and look up Vice President Jim Rottman to get on board.
October 16 Program Focuses on County Land Management
All around us greenspace is being replaced by row after row of new homes and businesses. What is Hillsborough County’s response to this ‘browning” of our state? Our speaker for October is Ross Dickerson, Environmental Lands Manager for Hillsborough County.
Working with other government agencies and citzen groups, the Conservation and Environmental Lands Management Department administers a program to acquire and manage environmentally sensitive lands in the county. The department focues on conservation, nature preserves, trails and the county’s 19 regional parks.
Dickerson has been with the county for more than 16 years.
Join us for this important presentation. As usual, the meeting starts at 11:30 a.m. with lunch to follow around Noon.
Join us for this important presentation. As usual, the meeting starts at 11:30 a.m. with
lunch to follow around Noon.