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Mountainside Active Retirees Club Names New Board Members at Luncheon

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New board members of the Mountainside Active Retirees Club are from left: Ellie Annis; Kenny i; Norma Huber; Barbara McLaughlan; Ruthie Goense; Madeline Szeles and Senior Coordinator Kim Moriak. Credits: Courtesy of MAR
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Mountainside Active Retirees Club members and friends enjoyed an end of the year luncheon. They will resume meeting at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, in the Community Room in Borough Hall. Credits: Courtesy of MAR
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The Mountainside Active Retirees ended their 2017-2018 meeting schedule this past May 23 with the induction of board members by Mountainside Senior Citizen Coordinator Kim Moriak.

The Induction and luncheon was held at The Grillestone restaurant on route 22 in Scotch Plains. The affair was attended by 34 members and non-members. 

The new board members are: First Vice President Ellie Annis; President, Kenny i; Second Vice President Norma Huber; Corresponding Secretary Barbara McLaughlan; Treasurer Ruthie Goense Ruthie Goense; Recording Secretary Madeline Szeles.  Senior Coordinator Kim Moriak, who read the oath of induction.

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The Mountainside Active Retiree’s begin their 2018-2019 schedule of speaker, trips, and luncheons beginning Sept. 10, with the Mayor of Mountainside, Paul N. Mirabelli, as guest speaker. He will give an overview of what’s happening in Mountainside then open the floor to questions.

So, get off your couch and out the door. Spend a couple of hours, twice a month, with fellow Mountainsiders. Try us, you’ll like us.

M.A.R. is open to all retired, partially retired, and want-a-be retired individuals 55 and above. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month starting at 10 a.m. in the community room at Borough Hall.

 

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