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Newcomers Club is still going strong

PARK CITY, Utah. — The Newcomers Club of Greater Park City was established in 1995 to help new residents of Summit and Wasatch Counties learn about and become involved in their new community and many of those original Newcomers are still members of the Club today.

They’re a group of men and women, singles and couples. Whether people are new to the area or just new to having free time, they provide endless opportunities to get out and about and to socialize with old and new friends. In addition, Newcomers promotes friendship and shared interests in the local area.

Their members include part-time and full-time residents who are active and involved. To keep everyone busy, they offer a variety of activities for both outdoor and indoor pursuits. A sampling of what they offer includes hiking, skiing, golf, shooting, card games, bowling, book club, wine tasting, fine dining, writing circle, and gardening. They also offer outings each month, which may be during the day as well as in the evening. These vary and may include a museum visit, a rafting or kayak trip, an event in Salt Lake City, an outdoor concert at Deer Valley, or a comedy show at Park City’s own Egyptian Theater.

Prospective members may attend three functions before they need to join.

In addition to all the activities and events they provide, they hold a monthly Coffee on the second Wednesday of every month. They socialize over a complimentary continental breakfast and then we have our Speaker, like local Olympians as one example, followed by a short business meeting. Many Speakers are from local non-profits who keep the group up to date on their services and volunteer opportunities for its Membership. Other Speakers cover interesting and thought-provoking topics to help them broaden their horizons for example, today the group went on a tour of the Utah State Capitol.

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