Fun After Fifty Club Elects New Officers

     The Redwood City Fun After Fifty Club (RWCFAF.COM), established by the Redwood City Parks and Recreation Department in 1957, paraded it's new TEAM of Officers for 2011 at their Annual Christmas Luncheon held at the San Mateo Elks Club on December 14, 2010.
    Marilyn Centoni, newly elected President, takes over from Maureen Grover who will remain on the Board as Trustee.  Other Trustees on the Board include;  Dolores Siegfried,  Gloria Stent, Lillian Ferrando and Bert Bourland.  Barbara Salsedo was elected 1st Vice President, with David Desideri taking over the 2nd Vice President spot.  Dolores Weigant has stepped into the breach as newly elected Recording Secretary.  (Been there, done that and it isn't easy!)  Margaret Powers continues as Correspondence Secretary, while Chito DeLeon and Rudy Grana remain Executive Treasurer and Treasurer, respectively.  Fran Benedetto continues as Membership Secretary.  Beginning in February, Dennis Berglund and his 11 member Dance Band will continue to entertain us with music of the Forties and Fifties on the last Friday of the month.  Yours truly (Jack Hickey), will continue to serve the Club in an appointed role as Public Relations Chair.
    Fun After Fifty congregates each Tuesday in the Veterans Memorial Senior Center (VMSC) Sunset room at 10:00 A.M., with  meetings beginning at  11 a.m. in the VMSC theater.  This is followed by lunch and Bingo.  The 2011 Executive Board will be sworn in at it's Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2011 meeting by Bruce Utech, manager of the VMSC.  Its first Executive Board meeting will be held in Room 20 of the VMSC Annex at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 27, 2011.  The public is invited to attend and support our new team.  Join us in singing God Bless America with our Centinarian pianist, Annabelle Gull, at the keyboard!
    RWCFAF also sponsors a bowling league (Members only) which meets at Mel’s Bowl at 1 p.m. Wednesdays.  We also have an annual picnic and other luncheons.  A calendar of these and other activities is posted on the Web site. (    Annual dues are still only $15