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Information for Prospective Members

For more information, contact our Vice President of Membership

Kay Sommers at boscosommers@gmail.com


  • Must join within first two years of residency and must have moved a distance of farther than 35 miles.


  • Joining between June 1st and December 31st, annual dues are $40.00 and include both the member and spouse/significant other residing in the same household.
  • Joining after January 1st, dues are pro-rated at half rate and are $20.00.
  • Thereafter, to remain active, all members must renew on an annual basis by May 31st for the following 12 months.

Newcomer Communications:

  • All of our communications are done via email and our website. Therefore, it is important for us to have your email address and that you check your emails from us. We do not share your email address outside of this organization.

Our Website:

Once you’ve joined you’ll have full access to our website and will be able to access (among many other things):

  • Our monthly Newsletter. The newsletter lists all of our activities for the following month as well as information on where the activity will be held and who to contact to sign-up to attend.
  • Our current scheduled Special Events. The website will give a full description of the Event and the cost to attend. You register and pay for Events on our website.
  • Our on-line Directory: Each member is listed in our Directory. The Directory is used for members to stay in touch with each other. You can see detailed information about each member when you click on the member’s name or picture. You can also search the Directory for people for more specialized information such as: 1) Other members who moved from the same state you did; 2) Other members who live in the same neighborhood you do (a helpful tool for carpooling).


  • Each year, our Club chooses a charitable cause to support. This is our second year of sponsoring Ronald McDonald House – a home to critically ill or injured children and their families, proving hope, encouragement and comfort when they need it most. At any time of day or night, families come to the Ronald McDonald House in search of a place to stay within steps of their child resident at an area hospital.
  • We hold fund-raising events throughout the year, prepare dinners at the house once per month, and make bracelets that are sold to raise money.

Getting Involved:

  • Remember that all of us are new to the Greenville area and have joined this organization in order to make friendships and learn more about Greenville. To take full advantage of your membership, we encourage you to explore different activities and events in our group. There really is something for everyone, but you won’t find your niche until you try some of them out for size!

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