Our next "LIVE" Meeting will be on June 9th. 2022 - Susie Gregg:Health Hints for Seniors (65+)
REMINDER: MASKS are optional and COFFEE Service will be resuming. For a list of upcoming meetings please use the MENU above or CLICK HERE
RCMC Live Coffee Morning Reservations have been made at the following locations.
9:30 am at The Boathouse Tea Room (116 Gordon St, Guelph)
9:00 am or before the Airpark Cafe (50 Skyway Dr, Guelph) - The AirPark Cafe serves a full breakfast and they open at 7am so you for early risers, you can go anytime after 7am.
The next one is June 2nd. Please join us There will be an Ad Hoc after coffee walk available at the boathouse.
Please use the MENU above or: For previous meetings and minutes CLICK HERE For Speaker's Notes CLICK HERE
Activities Committee News
Annual General Meeting June 9th. 9:30am Start Time
Welcome back luncheon: June 9th. following AGM and Meeting - See the activities desk to sign up. Fiddler on the Loose: June 12th. - See the activities desk to sign up. Woodlawn Cemetery Tour: June 15th. - See the activities desk to sign up.
Call for Nominations for the position of Director to the Board The Constitution states that a notice shall be placed in the April issue of the Newsletter inviting members to volunteer names for consideration as Officers and Directors. If you would like to nominate member to the Board, please submit your nomination to Frank Webster, Chair of the Nominations Committee, by Thursday, May 26th, 2022.
About the Club
The Royal City Men's Club meets every second Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Trinity United Church Hall on Stevenson Street, just south of Speedvale. Royal City Men’s Club and COVID-19 Good news! We have determined that we will continue with our live meeting at Trinity - our first live meetings in about 2 years. However, with this current wave of Covid, we have decided that no coffee or tea will be served. Also, we ask that everyone wear a mask. If you forget your mask, we will have some standard medical masks at the door. In the meantime, your health is of primary importance and we encourage everyone to follow the advice of the government and health professionals. We thank you for your understanding and patience during this uncertain and stressful time. We will continue to communicate via the mailing list and on our website to keep you well informed. There is already some additional information on the website.
On behalf of your Board Julian Sale President In addition to our regular meetings, we organize activities and special events.
The objectives of the Club are:
to encourage life-long learning by providing a forum for presentations by informed persons on subjects of interest to members
to provide opportunities for men who have retired from full-time employment to exchange information and views on topics of mutual interest
to provide opportunities to participate in social and recreational activities to promote fellowship and enjoyment
to provide opportunities for the formation of enduring friendships.