If you’re 55 and enjoy fellowship and fun together, then this might be the group for you!
55 ALIVE Pen Pal Outreach
Join us for our area Pen Pal Outreach to assisted living centers .
Jane Brannon serves as coordinator for this project. Volunteers may stop by the office and pick up cards to do at home.
Call in the office to let us know you would like to participate with us. (256-734-0344)
55 Alive Monthly Luncheons
9:30 fun time begins
11:00 program begins
11:30 devotion followed by lunch
We gather the third Thursday of each month in the Ruehl Building for our fun day/lunch day. Be sure to watch the church bulletin & your email each month for information on the monthly program. Bring a friend! Don’t be left out!! Come and fellowship with us! Call the church office (256-734-0344) to let us know you are coming so we can prepare for you.
55 Alive Monthly Travel
55Alive Travel Group takes to the highways and byways typically the fourth Thursday of each month for an exciting adventure with a FUN group! Call the office (256-734-0344) to sign up for trips.
Karen Hassell is the coordinator for 55Alive.
2023 55Alive Outings: Watch for updates as we go along.
January – Belle Chevre Tasting Room, Elkmont Al, ; White’s Hardware Store, Lunch at Catfish Cabin, Buckee’s and Russell Stover Candy Shop
February 23– Magnolia Hill Tea Party, Fayetteville Tn $27 pp
March 23-James K. Polk Home, Elm Springs, Athenaeum Rectory and lunch at Mt. Pleasant Grille, Columbia Tn
April 27 Loveless Cafe, and Leipers Fork, Nashville Tn
May 25 Don and Gloria Hewett’s River Home, Childersberg Al — Lo Country Shrimp Boil
June 22 Tennessee River Pearl Farm and Museum, Camden Tn and BBQ lunch
July 27 Tuskagee Airmen Museum and Niffer’s, Opelika Al
August 24-27 The Ark, Creation Museum, Louisville Slugger Museum and Factor Tour, Corvette Museum Williamstown, Ky and Petersburg Ky.
September 20 Braves Game
October 26-28 Oktoberfest in Helen Ga –(2 nights lodging)— Helen’s Oktoberfest celebrations have been going on for more than 50 years, involving multiple weeks of traditional dancing and food from September through October. This is the longest-running celebration of its kind in the United States. Revelers dress in traditional attire, lederhosen and dirndls, while dancing to the polka. Event admission is $8 during the week, $10 on Saturdays, and free on Sundays, with food and drink available for purchase.
15 Double hotel rooms on hold.
Cost: Double per person $296.00
Single: $507.00 (includes, hotel, gas, incidentals) Hotel has hot complementary breakfast each morning; Admission to event would be paid there at gate by each person.
Hotel info: Staying at Comfort Inn and Suites, Dahlonega Ga. Call the church office (256-734-0344) to sign up. $100 non-refundable deposit due by June 15th. You may pay on your trip as you are able. Trip must be paid in full by October 25th.
November 21 Orbix Hot Glass and Blow your own ornament
Contact Karen at email@example.com for more info.
Questions??? See Karen Hassell or Call the office (256-734-0344) to sign up.