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A club for citizens new to the Riverside area

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The Riverside Newcomers Club, a non-profit social organization makes moving to the city of Riverside an easier transition, by providing events and activities for its members to enjoy and to meet and make new friends.

According to the clubs website, “The Riverside Newcomers Club was founded in 1951 to provide social and cultural activities through which new residents may become acquainted with other newcomers and the community itself. On May 30, 2007 the name was given the alias of Riverside Newcomers & Neighbors because the club wanted to include all residents regardless of when they moved to the area.”

The club offers many interest groups for its members to get involved with. The groups are broken up into three categories: Capers and Creativity, Food and Fun and Playing Games. Each of these categories offers different groups such as scrap booking, in home gourmet dinner and bunko just to name a few. The website offers more detailed information on the interest groups available to join.

The first event is free to potential members, however there is a membership fee due after that. The membership year runs from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, and dues are $ 35.00 dollars per household.Dues are pro-rated over the year. When joining the club between Feb. 1 and May 31, dues are only $ 25.00. If a member joins after June 1, dues for the remainder of the membership year will only be $ 10.00 dollars. Membership includes access to the clubs monthly newsletter, and participation in all activities and groups offered.

For additional information on The Riverside Newcomers Club, or to fill out an application for membership visit their website http://www.rivnewcomers.org/index.php?p=home .

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