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Tom Hammond

Tom Hammond

For 30 years, "Prime Times" has been the voice of Prime Timers Worldwide. These monthly newsletters are packed full of helpful advice, chapter activities in your area and around the world, personal stories, and more. Yearly subscriptions are $14 which includes delivery. To receive "Prime Times" and "Outs and Ins" by mail, address a check to "Original Prime Timers Worldwide", then mail it to: Tom Hammond, 15439 Valley View Road, Doylestown, Ohio 44230. You may subscribe for more than one year as well as larger quantities for your chapter membership. Thanks for your support! To read issues for free online, please visit www.primetimersww.com then click the Newsletters link at the top.

Denver, Colorado

Published in: Chapter news |

Congrats to the chapter on their 30th Anniversary. Every Wednesday at 11:00 a.m., a group called the Wednesday Nooners meet for lunch at the Golden Corral. Just tell the greeter at the door you're with the Prime Timers, and join 'em. The lunch buffet is only $9.02 (.02?). But hey, you can't beat that price for all the food you can stuff yourself with. The Golden Corral is at 3677 Santa Fe Drive out in Sheridan.

Cincinnati, Ohio

Published in: Chapter news |

February's meeting had a speaker from "Vibrant Kin", a group doing research on the history of L-G-B-T-Q-NS-X-Y-Z activism in the Cincinnati area. As many of our chapters certainly may have members that have knowledge of their own city's gayness in decades of yore, for someone doing that type of research, speaking to our chapters can be a tremendous source of information. Plus, this can be interesting listening and learning for all of us about those days of yore.

Palm Springs, California

Published in: Chapter news |

The chapter is planning their yearly jaunt to Laughlin, Nevada. It will be for three nights, staying at the Riverside Resort Hotel. Included in the trip, beside the bus and gambling fun, is a day trip to the old ghost mining town of Oatman, Arizona to include a bank holdup on Main Street. Another day trip will be to the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City. Boy, this sounds like a good getaway. Does anyone remember the kid's game called "London Bridge is Falling Down"?

Vancouver, British Columbia

Published in: Chapter news |

Here's your chance to get back in the saddle again. For you bikers, a new activity is starting. The first Friday of the month, the gang will be peddling with short, easy rides to start-off with. Riders will meet at Sunset Beach parking lot at 9:30 a.m (that parking lot can certainly be "scenic" without getting into the saddle!). Estimated duration of riding times will be two hours in the early stages of building up endurance.

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Published in: Chapter news |

The guys are diligently getting together in the planning of our yearly Labor Day Getaway. The host hotel, the gay Habana Inn, started taking reservations on Monday, March 6th. The chapter's weekly Tuesday Lunch is continuing to grow in attendance. It was great to have Nathan and Bill from the Central Iowa chapter in Des Moines visiting with us this week.

Phoenix, Arizona

Published in: Chapter news |

The Phoenix Gay Pride takes place on April 2nd. The chapter will have a float in the parade. The chapter has many couples that have been together many years. These couples are asked to ride the float and each carry a sign stating their number of years together. What a great idea! After the parade, they're scheduling some R&R at Los Diablos Bar on East Indian School Road.

Seattle, Washington

Published in: Chapter news |

Many in the chapter are involved with a gay rapport group for seniors. They meet once a month and discuss a particular subject. This month's topic is "Enduring Relationships as Gay Men". Also, the monies raised at this month's potluck will help support the Lambert House. It is good to read that many of our chapters have a face in the LGBT community supporting various causes.

Sarasota, Florida

Published in: Chapter news |

This chapter's monthly General Meeting is always the fourth Sunday of the month. The meetings are held at Trinity MCC, Lockwood Ridge, at 3:00 p.m. There will be Lazy Lobster afterwards. At the February meeting, the CEO of the Community Outreach spoke on the need for grieving resources for LGBT seniors. This sounds like a worthwhile discussion, for sure.

San Antonio, Texas

Published in: Chapter news |

The February General Meeting was the largest monthly meeting they've had with 78 attending. The speaker was the CEO of the city's AIDS Foundation. Tons of questions and concerns, along with enlightenment. Also, the Care and Concern Committee is fervently assisting their chapter seniors that are unable to get around to their doctor appointments, the market, chapter socials, and the like. Good for you, guys.

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