About The Men's Club
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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. 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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Honor Flight Program to be Explored and Veterans to be Honored on November 15th
With the annual Veteranís Day observance coming just four days before, it is fitting that our November 15 meeting focuses on our veterans with two important subjects on the agenda for the day.
Our speaker is Mark Fosket who comes to us from Honor Flight West Central Florida. As many of you may know, the Honor Flight program provides a free escorted trip to our Nationís Capital for World War II veterans and other terminally ill veterans, allowing them to visit and reflect at the memorials erected in their honor. Honor Flight West Central Florida flies to and from Washington, DC. From St. Petersburg-Clearwater Regional Airport.
Mark retired after 38 years with Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, retiring with the rank of Battalion Chief. Mark has taken 16 trips with veterans since becoming involved with the program in 2013. He will explain the history of the program and tell us how we can become involved.
Our second subject on November 15 will be honoring those Vietnam War era veterans among our membership who were unable to attend our earlier ceremony in June. Those veterans are invited to attend lunch as guests of the club.
As was the case in June, Members of the Daughters of American Republic will present each veteran with a Vietnam War memorial pin.
As usual, reservations are required so we know how many meals to order and places to set. Make your reservation by phoning the Men's Club Office at 633-7091 or by email to:
Click on the image above for details of our December Holiday Luncheon