Summit Old Guard Event

When:
February 4, 2020 @ 9:30 am
2020-02-04T09:30:00-05:00
2020-02-04T09:45:00-05:00
Where:
New Providence NJ Municipal Center
360 Elkwood Ave
New Providence NJ

The Summit Old Guard February Events

If you are a retired male and have an interest in living an interesting life with like-minded men… new members are always welcomed. Put on your business casual attire or jacket & tie (or something more casual from May to September) and attend a meeting.

Meetings are held each Tuesday in the council meeting room of the New Providence NJ Municipal Center at 360 Elkwood Ave, New Providence NJ, starting at 9:30 a.m. with coffee and conversation, followed by programs consisting of stimulating talks by people  such as past governors, mayors, politicians, Nobel Prize winners, physicians, judges, professors, scientists, economists, authors, journalists, etc.

After the meetings, many members join together to have lunch at various local restaurants.

In addition to the weekly meetings, there are  activity groups for golf, bridge, hiking, trips, computer help, tennis and more.

For more information, contactJames Hewitt, Chairman, Membership Committee, (908) 233-5507, info@SummitOldGuard.org. You can also visit summitoldguard.org.

February programs

February 4th – Kevin Dillon, certified financial planner, with Mercer Advisors, will define the use of factors which comprise a set of investment characteristics. Kevin will define and explain the notion of factors and show how they can help the average investor outperform the market.

February 11 – Sri Srikantan, a consultant in information technology and an Old Guard member, will discuss the history, geography, culture, economics and religion of India.

February 18 – Vincent Macri, a certified elder law attorney, will speak about elder law and the need for seniors to coordinate all aspects of retirement tax exposure, and long- term care and disability issues.

February 25 – There will be a discussion on the popular interest in political paranoia, an impulse gripping political leaders and public alike. Bruce Peabody, professor of political science at Fairleigh Dickinson, will review how conspiratorial anxiety has moved to the center of public affairs and the electoral process.

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