Sons In Retirement San Juan Branch 102 Carmichael, Ca.

Sons In Retirement Incorporated, or SIR, is a public benefit organization providing for the welfare of retired men from all walks of life who are pursuing a common goal, namely, the enjoyment of their later years with dignity and pride, by assisting these senior citizens to renew former friendships and associations and affording them an opportunity to make new friends through association with other retired men who also face the particular problems that confront men upon their retirement.

SIR Branch 102 meets on the second Tuesday each month, at the Carmichael Elks Lodge 5631 Cypress Ave Carmichael CA . We have over 200 active members and our members organize many separate activities which are listed in the menu at the top menu bar under activities If there’s an activity you are interested in,  and we don’t offer it, please let the Activity Coordinator know about it. Membership: If you are interested in becoming a member, and don’t know any Sirs, please see the  Membership page at the top menu bar. There you will find out who to contact to start the easy application process. If you have a friend who is a SIR, he can start the  process by simply inviting you to lunch. We are a very friendly group of retired men, and we subscribe to the motto at the top of the page! Come and see who we are,  then get involved in any of our wide choice of activities. Enjoy your retirement to the fullest!

Annual Carson City Trip

SIR 102 Annual Golf Trip Carson City Nevada July 22-25

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
WED…JULY 22nd….GOLF CHECK IN @3:30-4:45 PM, SIR 102 SLOT TOURNAMENT-NUGGET 5:00 PM –5:45 PM,
SOCIAL HOUR: 6:00 PM, DINNER 6:45 PM
 
THUR..JULY 23rd...GOLF 8:00 AM SHOTGUN START… EMPIRE RANCH (INDIVIDUAL NET – 4 FLIGHTS, 2 MAN BB,
SKINS PLUS CLOSEST TO THE PIN-4 HOLES ) and BLUE JACKET (SIR MEMBERS ONLY)..
SOCIAL HOUR: 6:00 PM, DINNER 6:45 PM
 
FRI….JULY 24th...GOLF 8:30 AM SHOTGUN START … GENOA RANCH (SCRAMBLE … SIR 102 SLOT
TOURNAMENT 5:00 PM –5:45 PM … SOCIAL HOUR: 6:00 PM, DINNER AND AWARDS BANQUET 6:45 PM
SAT….JULY 25th... HEAD HOME (unless you decide to stay and play on your own)
Check out the attached flyer for more info.
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From The Big SIR

2015 Big SIR: Dick Coleman 

Kudos to our little SIR, Jeff Dye. The February speaker from the River Cats was both informational and entertaining. I know from my own experience as little SIR that it is a daunting task trying to provide such quality speakers every month. Please be sure to let Jeff know your appreciation.

We will not be able to provide year 2015 member directories until the April meeting due to web site technical and support issues. Any members with moderate computer savvy would be very welcome to help us maintain our site. Volunteers are also needed for the new activities we plan to start this year, so please let me or a board member know of your committee preferences.
 
Our newsletter editor, Mickey Wagner, has notified the board that this issue will be his last. Mickey assures us that he will work closely with whoever takes his place so that the transition goes smoothly. Now all we need is for someone to step up now. Mickey has been our editor for many years and deserves our utmost appreciation for his long service.
 
My thanx also goes out to those who showed support at our last meeting on the gold pan issue. Now we can move forward with a more stable budget.
Looking forward to seeing you at our March meeting!!
See you then, Dick Coleman

From The Little Sir

2015 Little SIR: Jeff Dye

 Hi All,
 
For our May meeting, a special thanks goes out to our own Larry DeZonia for sharing he and his wife's adventures aboard their 45 foot boat and covering more than 7,300 miles of U.S. waterways.  It was very entertaining and I have had nothing but positive feedback for his presentation.
 
For our June luncheon our guest speaker will be Mr. Charles Hart, who is Executive Director for Educational Tall Ships and Call of the Sea.  He will be talking about the tall ship "Mathew Turner" which is under construction, and the educational and charter programs of the Call of the Sea.  This tall wooden vessel is the first to be built in the S.F. Bay Area in over 100 years.  This should be fascinating!
 
As usual, I'll always consider any prospective leads that you may have for interesting speakers.  Look forward to seeing you on the 9th.
 
                                                                                 Jeff