Sun Senior News Article
By Sandi Dolbee
Not long ago, club members took advantage of the $5.25 seat at Blue Oaks Theatre on Tuesdays to meet up for a movie. Our most recent outing took us to see “Harriett,” the film about Harriett Tubman, the former slave turned abolitionist who was so successful as a conductor on the underground railroad that she became known as the “female Moses.”
It was another way to bring residents together to get a look at history that was both entertaining and inspiring. Movie outings are a good opportunity for clubs to have ad-hoc social “meet-ups” (and Tuesdays are a good price, too).
But now we are nearing the end of another year, which means a couple big things for us: the annual holiday dinner and dance (Dec. 14) and bi-annual business meeting (3 p.m. January 11 ). Along the way, some of us are hoping to reserve a table at the New Year’s Eve gala at Orchard Creek (we did the same thing last year).
Lavender Friends is a club of LGBT residents and their allies.