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Newcomers club offers something for everyone

FALLBROOK – April showers brought some flowers, and the girls and some guys enjoyed them on a recent outing to the Carlsbad Flower Fields. Other activities that month included manning the information booth at the annual Avocado Festival, hiking the wetlands trails at Batiquitos Lagoon, cooking with friends and much more.

With twenty-plus regular monthly activities, everything from Pickleball, card games and golf, to cooking, book clubs and wine tours, there is truly something for everyone. For anyone looking to expand their social circle and to engage in the community, Newcomers has something for every interest and provides countless opportunities for meeting others and getting to know the community.

Meetings are held on the second Thursday of the month at Christ the King Church at 10 a.m. The upcoming May 11 meeting will feature Patty Sargent, executive director for the Foundation for Senior Care, talking about the many services they provide and how to best utilize them. Helping nearly 1 in 10 Fallbrook area seniors each year, she'll share some surprising facts about the community's elderly population, and how the Foundation for Senior Care makes a difference for so many.

If anyone is a resident of Fallbrook, De Luz, Bonsall or Rainbow, and wishes to learn more about Fallbrook Newcomers Club, would like to attend a meeting as a guest, or inquire about membership, they can visit or email [email protected].

Submitted by Fallbrook Newcomers Club.


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