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Lifelong learners invited to 60+ Club open house
August 20, 2012California State University, Bakersfield's 60+ Club Possibilities Day will be held from 8:30 to 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, in the CSUB Student Union Multipurpose Room, 9001 Stockdale Highway. Refreshments will be served. Admission and parking in lots L and K are free.
Possibilities Day is the 60+ Club's annual kick-off event to invite retirees and residents 60 years of age and up to learn more about the benefits of membership by exploring the wide variety of activities and volunteer opportunities.
Bob Laramee, 60+ Club president, encourages all local residents to attend. No prior involvement with CSUB is required.
"The 60+ Club is a great way to meet people and get active in the campus community," he said.
The 60+ Club is a member-motivated and member-governed organization working in partnership with CSUB. Its purpose is to provide personal enrichment, educational opportunities, volunteer opportunities, and social activities in a campus environment. There are no educational requirements to join, and participation is voluntary.
In addition to the monthly 60+ Club meetings and newsletters during the academic year, members receive advantages such as use of the Walter Stiern Library. Members may also choose to volunteer time to serve CSUB through the Action Network or to join in the activities of a dozen Interest Groups.
For more information, call Denise Nielsen at 661-654-3211 or email email@example.com.