NO STRANGERS,ONLY FRIENDS WE HAVE NEVER MET!
When: The third Thursday of every month
Social Hour: 10 AM
Meeting starts promptly at 11 AM, followed by lunch and entertainment.
Where: East Lake Woodlands Country Club
1055 East Lake Woodlands Parkway
Oldsmar, FL 34677
Cost: $22.00. Reservations must be made each month.
The reservation form may be found in the monthly newsletter, "The Chatterbox" or on this site.
(It should be noted the $22 not only covers the cost of meal, but also valet parking, the room used after the meeting for cards and games and for other miscellaneous things such as the use of a machine to blow up our balloons for special events).
Palm Harbor Newcomers Club was organized February, 1981. It is a social club which welcomes members from all of the Tampa Bay area. The members are both newcomers and residents who have resided in the area for many years.
The primary objective is to create new friendships and to invite the new and old residents to participate in our many activities.
There are 360 members as of November 1, 2014.
Club luncheons feature a short business meeting followed by lunch and featured entertainment. Jewelry sales and book sales are standard luncheon activities. "Pot of Gold" is another feature of PHNC luncheons in which members are given various prizes and gift certificates furnished by area merchants and/or the Club.
PHNC members enjoy many special events such as special excursions to Tampa Bay Downs, Tampa Bay Performing Arts, Ruth Eckerd Hall, MT. Dora and Seminole Hard Rock Casino. There is always a holiday gala, and a cookie exchange in December.
In "Things to Do" on this site, many activities, games and special interest groups within the Club can be found.
The newsletter, The Chatterbox, is published and mailed or e-mailed (or both) to every member each month.
While primarily social in nature, Palm Harbor Newcomers Club does give back to the community. Donations are often made throughout the year in the name of Palm Harbor Newcomers Club to support the community. These are called "helping projects".