The Sundial Men’s Club is seeking RCSC members/cardholders who are looking for a variety of recreational and social activities – and to also give back to the community.
The Men’s Club is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an open house to which everyone is invited 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 14. It’s an effort to showcase the activities they offer in their newly painted and renovated club room(s).
“We want to kick off our second 50 years with the same enthusiasm as our first 50,” said Fred Schweer, the club’s publicity director. “The Men’s Club has been paying it forward since 1973 and the concept is alive and well.“
Refreshments offered during the open house will include complimentary sub sandwiches, chips and sodas.
Among changes made by the large club is the addition of a “man cave,” where club members can enjoy games on the large 75-inch screen television with surround sound on new sofas.
The club is also home to three regulation pool tables, a 16-foot shuffleboard table and hosts free donated coffee and morning newspapers for those looking to relax. The club also hosts weekly card tournaments with a variety of unique games, an annual golf tournament and shares amenities including a Costco membership card.
“We are excited about the new opportunities to relax and socialize as we look ahead to the next half century of the Men’s Club,” Schweer added. “The Men’s Club is far more than a place to play cards these days, but is a comfortable spot to get away and host your friends.”
The club is hoping to meet new members as part of the event, including ones who can help as volunteers for the weekly Thursday evening bingo events. In addition to prizes to bingo winners, proceeds from the bingo events allow the club to donate to community organizations including the Sun City Foundation.
Members can also just enjoy the atmosphere and continue supporting the causes, Schweer said.
The club is open to men who are RCSC members/cardholders. The annual fee for the first year is $15, which includes name tag/badge and $10 each year after.
“Give back to the community and have a good time, too – it all works hand-in-hand with the Men’s Club at Sundial,” Schweer said.