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Tom Hammond

Tom Hammond

With temperatures finally cooling down, the Prime Timers of Phoenix had their first annual Fall Picnic on Sunday, October 22, 2017, at Rio Vista Park in Peoria, AZ. Over 70 members attended the picnic enjoying the cooler weather, the company of fellow brothers, and food catered by Dillion's Kansas City Style BBQ.

Well, to be more accurate, we want your submissions. While we will continue to have the regular features like articles from our President and Director Emeritus and news from different chapters around the world, we want whatever you feel like publicizing (well, almost anything). Do you have a creative flair for short fiction or poetry? Do you like writing music or TV or movie or book reviews? Do you want to tell us something interesting or fantastic that has recently happened to you? Do you enjoy traveling and showing off your vacation photos from the center of Antarctica? Do you want to show us a picture of your dog dragging a dead rabbit in its mouth?.....Okay, scratch that one. But you get the idea. We'll love to hear from you and even your feedback about how we're doing or what you'll like to see improved. Just email us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Las Vegas, Nevada

Published in: Chapter news |

The chapter worked hard on the Western Regional Gathering last May. With the final dinner in the restaurant on the 104th floor of the Tower, one hopes not many of the visitors were skittish of heights. The chapter planned a dynamite time in their city.

Orlando, Central Florida

Published in: Chapter news |

This year, the guys started a food drive for the Hope and Help Center of Central Florida. They collected food items up through June. This collection goes to help those in need through the area's LBGT organizations. This chapter does many good things for the central Florida region and has such a good face in the community.

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Published in: Chapter news |

Every Tuesday, the SAGE group meets at the LGBT Equality Center at 10 a.m. This is an interesting group, so if you're nearby, stop by.

Sarasota, Florida

Published in: Chapter news |

The chapter had an evening of baseball, enjoying the Pittsburgh Pirates' farm team: the Bradenton Marauders. It was during Pride Week and included a memorial for the Pulse Nightclub horror. The chapter is hoping that a night of baseball can become a regular event. Hear! Hear!

San Antonio, Texas

Published in: Chapter news |

First of all, on Saturday, October 7, the chapter celebrated their 25th anniversary. A big shout-out goes their way! Here's an idea to share. With 207 chapter members, all wear badges at social functions. Those that have been members for six months or less wear green badges, signifying that they are a "newbie". There are specific "newbie nights" each quarter to recognize them prior to their receiving a regular badge.

Vancouver, Canada

Published in: Chapter news |

Another of our favorite cities. The chapter took hiatus from monthly general meetings until September. Then the members, guests, and speakers returned to the West End Community Centre on Denman Street. But all the regular monthly activities continued: memberships, birthdays, bicycling, coffees, lunches, potlucks, Bridge, Book Club, Video Nights, theatre parties, Pride, day trips, island excursions; all will still be taking place. This is a busy-busy, something-for-everyone chapter.

Omaha Nebrasaka

Published in: Chapter news |

This is a newer chapter. The Metro Omaha guys hosted their summer picnic out at Chalco Hills Recreation Area. They reserved a pavilion in the park, so if it either rains or shines (hot!), all will be covered. A lot of the Des Moines guys headed over and joined 'em for the afternoon. Always good when two chapters can socialize.

Toronto, Ontario

Published in: Chapter news |

Here is an excellent idea for a general meeting – not a speaker, but two musical entertainers. One of them is an award winning male classical pianist. The other, a female, is a known recording artist. The two put on the program. This type of a "concert" will certainly be enjoyed by the guys. I would have...a lot!

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