Golden Times

2013-06-18T22:15:00Z Golden Times
June 18, 2013 10:15 pm

Make plans for July 31 picnic

The Golden Times annual picnic will be held at 10:30 a.m. July 31 at the Wicker Park Pavilion. Price of $10 includes free games, bingo with cash prizes and chicken box-lunch. Tickets are available at Citizens Financial Bank, 1720 45th Ave., Munster. Checks or money orders only. Questions, call (219) 769-0597.

'Spelling Bee' tickets on sale

Reserve now for the Aug. 7 performance of the heartwarming musical "Spelling Bee" at Theatre at the Center in Munster. Tickets cost $28. Send check payable to Golden Times to Darlene Michau, 942 Portrait Place, Dyer, IN 46311. For information call (219) 864-1832.

Reserve spot for Michigan trip

Spend three days and two nights Sept. 18 to 20 at Island Resort Casino in Harris, Mich. Enjoy gaming, shopping, pool and hot tub, golf and restaurants. Price for double occupancy is $192. Call Barb, (219) 844-1090 to reserve.

Polka Fest trip planned

A day trip to the Polka Fest at the White Eagle Restaurant in Niles, Ill., takes place Nov. 7 with music by The Ampolaires and a feast of Polish dishes. Price is $50, including transportation. Mail check to Barbara Jacobs, 3734 Sandalwood Drive, Highland, IN 46322-2067.

Call for volunteers

Golden Times needs candidates to serve on the board of directors. People who are not employed are preferable because all activities are daytime. Send your name and background details to Rosemary Block, 223 Plum Creek Drive, Schererville, IN 46375, or call (219) 322-1748.


Golden Times events are for members only. Members must be 55 years of age or older. To join, submit your name, address, date of birth and phone number to Connie Matras, 2850 Norman St., Highland, IN 46322. Include your check for $5 per person, payable to Golden Times. Questions? Call (219) 923-3678. Annual membership cards are good from Jan 1 to Dec. 31 and must be renewed every year.


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