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Find out what other Prime Timers chapters are doing all around the world.  If you are travelling, this is a good resource for connecting with Prime Timers members and partake in chapter activities during your journeys.  Be sure to read the chapter's newsletter for more details on their doings.

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Wichita, Kansas

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President Steve mentions finding cool and low cost summer events. One was a visit to the Wichita Aviation Museum on half-price day. Another event considered was indoor miniature golf. The chapter had 22 members at the annual Stonewall event. The chapter recently celebrated their 19th anniversary. The Founders Day Event had 36 people in attendance. Food was plentiful. President Steve gave out certificates of appreciation. The Clyde Mason Award was presented to Richard U. for his contributions to Prime Timers. Activities Director Martin mentioned in his newsletter report that the Founders event was one of the best ever.

Nanaimo, British Columbia

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The chapter has prepared a Constitution and will submit it to members by email. There will be a comment period where comments will be distributed to members. Later a YES/NO vote will be taken. Loren Olson will be speaking at the Victoria Chapter. The Nanaimo chapter will have several attending members. The chapter has also scheduled a trip to Salt Spring Island to share in the Island's Pride Parade and celebration. The chapter is floating the idea of having a September 2019 cruise to Hawaii out of Vancouver. There would be five days at sea and five days cruising the islands of Hawaii.

Hamilton, Ontario

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The September newsletter opens with a picture of Worldwide President Jack Nimmo and talks of his September visit. He will be lunching with the chapter at the Royal Botanical Garden. It's one of only a handful of royal gardens with the most well known being Kew Garden in London. The club is dealing with buying food for an event and then not having members who signed up to attend show up. The club will try a purchase reservation and payment system. The chapter is scheduling several outdoor events, including a bicycle ride on Toronto Islands (Lake Ontario), Niagara Falls bicycle ride, hiking and St Georges Apple fest. They are looking for interested members for a chess group. Some single members are looking for travel companions. Eastern Canada and Cuba have been suggested destinations.

Rhode Island

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Steve suggests some small group activities, including reading a book and discussing it, taking a walk around the park or attending a show. He also mentions the Providence Gay Men's Chorus starting rehearsals for their December show. Newsletter editor Stanley mentions an article about prostrate cancer and the newer treatments available now. Rhode Island chapter participated in the August celebration of Prime Timers with Boston and Connecticut chapters (see page 7 ). There were 81 in attendance. The chapter is participating in the Halloween Bash with Boston and Connecticut chapters.

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