Welcome to Charlottesville!
Have you recently moved to the Charlottesville area? Are you at a new stage in life and interested in meeting new people with common interests? Or are you a resident of the area who would enjoy the activities of an established social club?
The Charlottesville Newcomers Club is an active, fun, friendly organization of men and women who want to make your transition to the area easy, and your life in Charlottesville enjoyable. The Club welcomes all residents of Charlottesville and of nearby counties such as Albemarle, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa and Nelson.
Our Club has over 400 members and offers a wide range of activities and events. Members enjoy meeting new people, making friends, joining in social and recreational activities, learning more about the area, and getting involved in the community. There is something for everyone in the Charlottesville Newcomers Club.
Winter is coming! It’s a great season to get to together someplace cozy. Here’s our November calendar, as well as December and January calendars, which were sent to members in the newsletter on November 15. If you aren't a member, but want to join, here's what you need to know.
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January Luncheon at Michie Tavern —
Rescheduled to February 26
Due to the weather, the luncheon has been rescheduled! If you registered for January, you are automatically registered for February. If you need a refund, or want to make a new registration, see your February newsletter, mailed January 14, for instructions.
After the holidays when winter is settling in, you'll want to join us at Michie Tavern for a toasty afternoon buffet in the Ordinary Restaurant. Those of you who have been to the rustic Tavern will again enjoy the flavor of journeying back in time to the 1700s in this historic Virginia landmark, easily reached just south of I-64 off Route 20. Make sure to leave time to roam the gift shop chock-full of early American treasures.
Our speaker, Colonel (Retired) Paul A. Bethke, will discuss his military service as an Army mortuary affairs officer whose mission was recovering and identifying remains of service members missing from World War I, World War II, the Korean Conflict and the Vietnam War. Paul’s team also assisted in the recovery and identification of remains from the USS Monitor (Civil War)..
Check your December newsletter, mailed to members on November 15, to register.
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February newsletters were e-mailed to all members on January 14. If you don't have yours, check your spam folder. To make sure you get your newsletter regularly, add email@example.com to your contacts.