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ACTIVE ADULTS Ages 50+  www.roswellgov.com/activeadults



                                             Wednesday Purls
                                             All Skill Levels Welcome
                                             Must join the Roswell Rambler’s Club for the year.
                                             Join the Roswell Ramblers Club for afternoons of socializing, reducing stress,
                                             fun, laughter, sharing, and of course, knitting.. Everyone welcome as long as they
                                             can knit or crochet. This is not a class — bring your own project. Contact: Lynne
                                             Strobe, strobe01@aol.com

        More or Less Players Over-50 Drama   Free Monthly Bingo
        Club                                 Try your luck at winning prizes worth more than $100. Bring your lunch, and enjoy
        Do you love acting or being on stage?   cake and ice cream to celebrate birthdays for the month. For more information
        This group meets twice a week and    and to RSVP, contact the Roswell Adult Recreation Center at 770-641-3950.
        performs two shows a year. Theatre   New Horizons Band
        programs have many health benefits
        — physical, mental, psychological and   This all-levels band schedules off-site performances, trips, and even band camp.
        cultural — but the social factor is so   For information, contact jonleeandersen@hotmail.com.
        important to all the participants. Must   Pops Band: This band plays various music formats from movies, Broadway
        be a member of the Roswell Ramblers   shows, popular artists of the past and present (John Williams, The Four Seasons,
        Club.                                etc.), marches, and a few symphonic numbers.

        Social Clubs                         Jazz Band: Repertoire includes most of the music of the ’30s and ’40s, big band
        Bocce, Scrabble, Rummikub, Jewelry,   music, many of the songs which were popular through the years to most Ameri-
        Craft, Table Tennis, Red Hats, Mah-  cans, and some contemporary pieces (ex. Brooks and Dunn).
        jong, Chess, Knitting, Card Games,   Dixie Kings and Dixie Band: This 5-to-8 member band rehearses and performs
        and more. Must be a member of the    well-known Dixieland classics.
        Roswell Ramblers Club. Call the ARC   Plantation Brass Quintet: This 5-member band has a broad repertoire, ranging
        at 770-641-3950 for more informa-    from classical and opera excerpts to hymnals and popular standards.
        tion.
                                             Call the ARC to register at 770-641-3950. Fees: $15 per month
        Social Bridge Club and Tournament
        Call 770-641-3950 for more informa-
        tion. Tournament date TBD
        Fees: $14. Must be a member of the
        Roswell Ramblers Club. Please make
        checks payable to Roswell Ramblers
        Club. www.roswellramblers.org

        Knitting for Peace
        Must join the Roswell Rambler’s Club
        for the year.
        As a group, we choose our projects
        and the charities. We knit blankets
        for pediatric heart surgery patients,
        prayer shawls, baby blankets for the
        NIC unity, Mittens and hats for foster
        children’s ages 1-4 and more. The
        needs are endless and the joy of help-
        ing others. Meets every Tuesday from
        1-4:30 pm. Contact: Lynne Strobe
        strobe01@aol.com



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