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Bridgewater Senior Club Celebrates 45th Anniversary

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BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Bridgewater Senior Club celebrated its 45th anniversary during a special celebration Oct. 17.

On Jan. 7, 1972, under Bridgewater Mayor Leonard B. Galyhan’s administration, 39 men and women formed the Bridgewater Senior Club.

The original officers were president Stanley Redford, vice president Nettie Spine, treasurer Antonio Robidoux and secretary Arthur Lindaw.

The club moved to its newly constructed senior center on Aug. 1, 1978, and the present day club continues the founding purpose to provide means for social, cultural and educational activities to stimulate and utilize the talents and interests of Bridgewater’s senior citizens.

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