June 5 (Monday) "Saving the Human Race from Comets and Asteroids - Revisited" - Old Guard Member, Nolan Asch, will quickly review the progress the human race has made up to 2013 and then he will brief us on our progress over the last four years.
June 13 "Afghan Girls Financial Assistance Fund (AGFAF)" - Leo Motiuk will discuss his work with this organization.
June 20 "NJ Laws Affecting Adoptees" - Pam Hasagawa will speak to us regarding the New Jersey law allowing WWII born adoptees to secure a copy of their birth certificates.
June 27 "Spies, Lies, and Alibis: Espionage in Northern New Jersey During the American Revolution" - Damien Cregeau, a well-recognized historian of the colonial and revolutionary eras, will speak on this topic.
July Birthdays – John Baxter
July 4 No meeting
July 11 "Free People, Free Press: How the Wall Street Journal Opinion Page Shaped America," - Speaker George Melloan, who retired after a 54-year career of writing and editing at the Wall Street Journal, will draw from his book of the same name which will be published by Simon and Schuster the day of his talk. The winner of many awards for excellence in business and financial journalism, Mr. Melloan will describe how the seven Editors-in-Chief of the Journal, five of whom he knew, led the Journal to become a major force in America.
July 18 "History of the Singer Manufacturing Company," - David Rogers, a former vice president of Singer, will discuss the history of sewing, sewing machines, and inside information from his 25 years with the company, one of the largest in NJ during the twentieth century.
July 25 "Retirement Spending Patterns and How It May Impact Your Financial Game Plan," - Speakers Brian Kazanchy and Bryan Smalley will touch on current trends of retirees, common mistakes made in investing, and help identify missed opportunities.
August Birthdays – John Baxter
Technology User Group (TUG) Discussions for all users at all levels in the Council Chamber, 11:45 a.m. (First and fourth Tuesdays).
June 5 (Monday) Current issues for group discussion.
June 27 Current issues for group discussion.
Timely Topics Discussion in the Council Chamber with participation encouraged from all in attendance. Usually at 11:45 a.m. on the second Tuesday.
June 13 We defer, gladly, to the picnic.
For details open the Events/Trips page or click below.
Walkers If weather is “iffy”, call Doug Garno, (908) 464-2139, (908) 917-3837 (cell); or Ellwood Jacoby, (908) 654-7116; (908) 692-1481 (cell). Interested members with or without spouse/friend meet at 10:30 a.m. Walks are about one hour. Lunch is optional.