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Chapter news (446)

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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Hamilton, Ontario

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The club had a table at Hamilton Pride and had several hundred people stop by for information. They had a raffle for 22 men who signed up for Hamilton Chapter email. The winner received a $25 gift certificate. Members working the table wore different outfits to show diversity. A bow tie and parasol, bicycle gear, leather kilt, and a provocative apron were all part of it.

Rhode Island

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The chapter is planning its 11th anniversary and looking forward to the August tri-chapter meeting involving the chapters of Rhode Island, Boston, and Connecticut (see ad next page).

Boston, Massachusetts

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The Boston Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is organizing Project Ugly Dress. It's a fundraiser for Community Grants. In the past, the Boston chapter received a grant from Boston Sisters to help replace Boston Prime Timers office computers. The chapter is encouraging members to support and promote the event. Christmas in July was the theme of the July pot luck. A number of Boston area organizations are considering establishing an LGBT Virtual Senior Center. Boston Prime Timers is providing information in the chapter newsletter. The purpose of the center would be to reach out to provide information and services for the older LGBT community.

Washington, D.C.

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The chapter had a baseball night out with the Nationals. There was a July trip to the Renwick Gallery. Of special interest was the "burning man" exhibit, an event that takes place every year in the Nevada desert. After lunch, there was a walk to the Octagon House Museum.