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Find out what other Prime Timers chapters are doing all around the world.  If you are travelling, this is a good resource for connecting with Prime Timers members and partake in chapter activities during your journeys.  Be sure to read the chapter's newsletter for more details on their doings.

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Washington, D.C.

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The club participated with Chesapeake Squares, a square dance club during an April weekend at Rehoboth Beach. The chapter also took a tour of the Kennedy Center. The chapter is trying a new advice column in the monthly newsletter.

Chicago, Illinois

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The chapter is supporting an LGBT Widowers meet-up group for those who have lost partners recently or in the past. Chicago Prime Timers will help by listing the group's events on the CPT calendar. The Windy City Tines will publish information about future Sunday Socials. The monthly event is open to non-members as well as members. The chapter held a Memorial Day cookout. In a recent Member Profile section of the chapter newsletter, Mike tells of his college and middle life years. Through many ups and downs, he finally discovered Prime Timers. Now he serves on boards of several LGBT organizations.

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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President Glenn muses about January and February weather. He sees April as a little snow and a lot of redirection toward warmth, spring cleaning, and focusing on relationships, family, and friends. The History Boys group is back from hibernation with a trip to Bakken Museum, which is focused on the history of electricity and electromagnetism, as well as medical technology.

Cincinnati, Ohio

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In his newsletter letter to members, President Ted muses about his parents and grandparents, saying "as you grow older, time goes faster". He then writes about the chapter board planning for Cincinnati Pride. Ted mentions his first Pride event and how it impacted his life. He urges members to participate in the Pride celebration in a manner comfortable to them.