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WHAT 
Pennsylvania 
Snowbird Club

FOUNDED
1999 

COORDINATORS
Howard and Helen Wise;  how1@psu.edu

2009 OFFICERS 
No officers, no dues, no by-laws or constitution.

Snowbird Winter Rentals

 


2009 PENNSYLVANIA SNOWBIRD CALENDAR

Breakfast: Wednesday Hazel’s Orange Beach  8am followed by 8:30 meeting

 January 7 , 14, 28

 February 4, 11, 25, March 4. 11

Pot-luck luncheons: Thursday, noon, Holy Spirit Episcopal Church, Fort Morgan Road, Gulf Shores

January 22, February 20

Eat and Talk, Hazel’s 5 pm; Friday,  January 30, February 27    

Howard Wise, chairman:how1@psu.edu; 251- 543-4300,extension 1232 after January 4.


 

WHO WE ARE!
Our members come from all over Pennsylvania: we stay at the state park, in rented houses and in condos all over Southern Baldwin County. Some of our Pennsylvanians have been coming for twenty years  (in fact, the early snow birds had a small Pennsylvania Club many years ago.) Others of us are relatively new to the white sands and “warm weather”. At least, there is no snow to shovel!.

CLUB HISTORY
We started with 20 folks in 1999; membership reached 75 in our second year.  We have no officers, no dues, no by-laws or constitution. We just like to meet and eat. We do participate with the other snow birds in philanthropies and always win prizes at the Mobile Press Register Winter Olympics.

OUR MEETINGS
Every Wednesday (except on pot-luck luncheon days) at 8 a.m. for breakfast at Hazel’s  in Orange Beach.  We  order from the menu - no reservations necessary.

OUR COORDINATORS
Howard and Helen Wise how1@psu.edu