Thursday, July 21, 2005

Regularly scheduled events and meetings


Each
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Tuesdays: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th last
Wednesdays: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th last
Thursdays: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th last
Fridays: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th last
Saturdays: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th last
Sundays: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th last

Mondays
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Mondays
8 to 9 a.m.
Low Impact Aerobics with Gladys Bernard
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Mondays
9 a.m. to Noon
Ceramics
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: cost depends on product and paints.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Mondays
9:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Knitting and Crocheting
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Mondays
9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
Line Dancing with Pat Barbosa
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Mondays
10 a.m.
Computer class with Pete
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Mondays and Saturdays
10 a.m.
Storytime at Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble, 4155 Dowlen Road, Beaumont TX 77706
Phone: 409 898-1111
Web: www.bn.com
Admission: Free.

Mondays
Noon to 3:30 p.m.
Bridge - scheduled
Contact: Lamar Roach, Sr. or Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902 call to ensure seating
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Mondays
Noon
Port Neches Rotary Club
Pompano Club, 330 Twin City Hwy, Port Neches TX 77651
Phone: 409 722-7682 or 409 727-3111 (location)

Mondays
12:30 p.m.
Oil Painting with Rosa Latta
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: $5
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
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Tuesdays
9 a.m.
Quilting - Will teach
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
9 to 11 a.m.
Tap & Jazz
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
9 to 10 a.m.
Yoga
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
10 a.m.
Computer class with Norman
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
Noon
Kiwanis Club of Beaumont
Contact: Robert Runnels
MCM Elegante hotel, 2355 I-10 South, Beaumont TX
Web: www.kiwanis.org
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Tuesdays
12:15 p.m.
Kiwanis Club of Mid-County
Contact: Robert Runnels
Meets at: Schooner Restaurant, 1404 Ithaca, Nederland TX

Address: P.O. Box 1306, Nederland TX 77627
Phone: 409 724-2510
Web: www.kiwanis.org
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time.

Tuesdays
12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
Golden Oldies - Volunteer Voices of Beaumont (choir) with Edra Fussleman
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Out for summer will begin in September.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
1 p.m.
Canasta
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
1 p.m.
Line Dancing with Betty Hartman "Boot Scooter's"
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
3 p.m.
Computer class with Norman
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Nederland Art Guild Meeting
Contact: Doris Webb
Texas Art Museum, 3501 Cultural Center Drive, Port Arthur TX
Phone: 409 729-2628, or 409 722-2950
E-mail: We4Dor@aol.com
Web: www.lonestarartguild.org/NAG_homepage.html
Annual dues are $10 per adult, $15 per couple or $5 per student.
Scheduled classes have about 12 to 30 attendees and cost $4 per member, $5 for non-members to paint. A different teacher is featured each month. July and November are demo months. For these months, we don't paint, we watch.
Four shows are scheduled for the year.

Tuesdays and Thursdays
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Eating Disorder Group
Contact: Gina Hebert
4560 Bean Rd, Orange TX
Phone: 409 746-3256
E-mail: rhebert2@earthlink.net
Support group for Bulemics and anorexics of all ages. No requirements.

Tuesdays
7 p.m.
Lumberton Volunteer Fire-Rescue Services
Contact: TBD
Central Fire Station, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 755-6031
E-mail: info@lumbertonfirerescue.org
Web: www.lumbertonfirerescue.org

Tuesdays
7 to 10 p.m.
Sing with Greater Sabine of Sweet Adelines Int.
Contact: Linda Trahan, marketing, or Flora Jean Boothe
St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 23rd and Gladys, Beaumont
Phone: 409 735-6079, 409 727-7870 or 409 835-5860.
E-mail: ltrahan2@gt.rr.com
Web: users.eonet.net/greatersabine/
Ladies can learn the art of four-part harmony, barbershop style with the award-winning Greater Sabine chorus.

Tuesdays
7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Anger Management Groups
Samaritan Counsleing Center
Phone: 409 983-7668 or 877-385-3347
E-mail: kristiv@gtbizclass.com
Web: www.presbies.org/samaritan.html
$5 per participant per session. Pay for first 3 groups in advance or all groups for a total of $40.00. Reservations required.

Tuesdays and Fridays
7 p.m. to midnight
Swing Out Civic Club dance lessons
Contact: Mildred Lemell, public relations specialist
Holiday Inn Walden Road, in Quentin J's, Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 351-5816
E-mail: MLemell@WOODFOREST.com
Admission: $5 cover charge for lessons and after dance party.
Dance lesson profits benefit scholarship programs and serve the needs of the elderly across the Golden Triangle area. The non-profit club strives to be a place where anyone with a sincere need is assisted based on funds availability and proof of need.

Wednesdays
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Wednesdays
8 to 9 a.m.
Low Impact Aerobics with Gladys
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Wednesdays
9 to 11 a.m.
Ceramics
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Wednesdays
9 to 11:30 a.m.
Line Dancing with Pat Barbosa
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: $1
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Wednesdays
10 a.m.
Computer class with Pete
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Wednesdays (except last two weeks of December)
11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Space Team Toastmasters (Clear Lake)
Contact: Allen Prescott, president
United Space Alliance Building (Civic Room), 600 Gemini Ave, Webster
Phone: 281 244-4321
Web: www.toastmasters.org
Toastmasters helps people overcome their fear of speaking, improves leadership skills and enhances communication skills in a relaxed environment.
Guests are always welcome.

Wednesdays
1 to 4 p.m.
Mexican Dominoes
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Wednesdays
5:30 p.m.
Computer class with Marian
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Wednesdays
7 p.m.
Computer class with Marian
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Thursdays
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Thursdays
9 a.m.
Jazz and Tap for new enrollees with Bea
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Thursdays
10 a.m.
Computer class with Norman
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Thursdays
Noon
Beaumont Founders Lions Club
Contact: Fred Simon, president
China Border, 3871 Stagg Drive at I-10, Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 842-2552 or 409 860-5744
E-mail: (Web mail)
Web: www.district2s1.org

Thursdays
1 to 4 p.m.
Dominoes/42 with Joe and Chee Chee Mounds
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Thursdays
1 p.m.
Line Dancing with Betty Hartman "Boot Scooter's"
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Thursdays
3 p.m.
Computer class with Norman
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Thursdays
6 to 9 p.m.
Lamar University Chess Club
Contact: Dale Daniel, adviser
2nd floor, Gray Library, Lamar University, Beaumont
Phone: 409 880-2214
E-mail: LUchessclub@yahoo.com
Anyone from Southeast Texas interested in chess is invited.

Tuesdays and Thursdays
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Eating Disorder Group
Contact: Gina Hebert
4560 Bean Rd, Orange TX
Phone: 409 746-3256
E-mail: rhebert2@earthlink.net
Support group for Bulemics and anorexics of all ages. No requirements.

Thursdays
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Orange Community Concert Band rehearsal
Contact: Robert Strickland, president
Thomen Center, 1413 N. 20th, Orange TX
Phone: 409 866-6299
E-mail: rstrickland@gt.rr.com
We are the only civic wind band in Southeast Texas. We play ceremonies and concerts throughout the Golden Triangle. All positions are open. No auditions. No dues. Bring your instrument and join us.

Fridays
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Fridays
8 to 9 a.m.
Low Impact Aerobics with Gladys
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Fridays
12:30 p.m.
Bridge
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Fridays
1 p.m.
Duplicate Bridge
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

Tuesdays and Fridays
9:30 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Swing Out Civic Club dance lessons
Contact: Mildred Lemell, public relations specialist
Holiday Inn Walden Road, in Quentin J's, Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 351-5816
E-mail: MLemell@WOODFOREST.com
Admission: $5 cover charge for lessons and after dance party.
Dance lesson profits benefit scholarship programs and serve the needs of the elderly across the Golden Triangle area. The non-profit club strives to be a place where anyone with a sincere need is assisted based on funds availability and proof of need.

Saturdays
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Mondays and Saturdays
10 a.m.
Storytime at Barnes & Noble
Barnes & Noble, 4155 Dowlen Road, Beaumont TX 77706
Phone: 409 898-1111
Web: www.bn.com
Admission: Free.

Saturdays
7 p.m.
Veterans of Foreign Wars dance
Post 797, 710 Main Ave., Port Arthur
Phone: 409 962-3512
Admission: No cover, BYOB.

1st Monday
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1st Monday
11:30 a.m.
Golden Triangle Republican Women meeting
MCM elegante' Hotel, Beaumont

1st Monday
6 p.m.
Gold Coast Fine Arts Association meeting
2075 St. Helena St., Beaumont
Phone: 409 728-5147

1st & 3rd Monday
6:15 p.m.
Beaumont South/Forest Park Lions Club
Contact: Dewey Sterling, president
Lone Star Steak House, 6685 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont
Phone: 409 866-5869
Web: www.district2s1.org

1st Monday
7 to 8 p.m.
A.C.O.R.N. meeting
Contact: Doug Landry, president of Amelia Coalition Of Responsible Neighbors
Forest Park United Methodist Church
Phone: 409 866-5871
E-mail: bmtacorn@juno.com
Admission: Meeting is free. Donations accepted to offset facility use.
Monthly neighborhood meeting for all those interested in the Amelia area.
Anyone with a special program is encouraged to call in advance to schedule.
They also encourage political candidates to come and meet the neighbors of A.C.O.R.N.

1st Tuesday
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1st Tuesday
10 a.m.
Southeast Texas Parkinson's Support Group meeting
Sterling Pruett Activity Center, 2930 Gulf St., Beaumont
Phone: 409 899-7170

1st Tuesday
11:30 a.m.
Pioneering Women Meeting
Beaumont Club
Phone: 409 842-1577
E-mail: georgineguillory@cs.com
Members and interested members are encouraged to attend.

1st Tuesday
5:30 p.m.
Ben's Kids meeting
Cardinal Club Room, Montagne Center, Beaumont
Phone: 409 839-8778

1st Tuesday
6 p.m.
Quota International meetings
Contact: Becky Tabor
3330 Fannin, Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 724-7713
E-mail: rnjustld@hotmail.com
Prospective members are invited to attend a meeting and join in our endeavor to “Shatter Silence” worldwide.

1st Tuesday
7 to 9 p.m.
Greater Beaumont Mothers of Multiples support group
Contact: Lisa
First Baptist Church of Nederland on Nederland Ave.
Phone: 409 835-3736
E-mail: pairandaspare@msn.com
Support group for mothers of twins, triplets, quads or more.

1st and 3rd Tuesday
7 p.m.
Lumberton Lion's Club
Contact: Don Burnett
Lumberton Library, 130 East Chance Cut-off, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 755-4401
E-mail: Web mail
Web: district2s1.org

1st Tuesday
7 p.m.
Southeast Texas Genealogical and Historical Society meeting
Contact: Bill Windle
Nederland City Hall, 2400 Boston Blvd.
Phone: 409 962-3138
E-mail: BWINDLE@prodigy.net

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1st and 3rd Wednesday
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie meets (Beaumont # 116)
1312 Franklin Street, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 833-9851
Web: www.foe.com

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1st and 3rd Thursday
9 a.m.
Deaf Sr. Ceramic Club
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

1st, 2nd and 4th Thursday
1 p.m.
Blind Support Group
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

1st Thursday of each month
7 p.m.
Astronomical Society of Southeast Texas meeting
Contact: Bill Christian
Odom Academy Middle School, 2550 West Virginia, Beaumont
Phone: 409 755-0736
Everyone interested in Astronomy is welcome to attend.

1st Thursday
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Caldwood Neighborhood Association Meeting
Contact: Eddie Hall Jr
First Christian Church, 5290 N. Caldwood Dr.
Phone: 409 728-1614
E-mail: eddie_halljr@yahoo.com
Caldwood Area Neighborhood (CANA) Association sponsors.

1st and 3rd Thursday
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary meets (Beaumont # 116)
1312 Franklin Street, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 833-9851
Web: www.foe.com

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1st Friday
6 to 9 p.m.
First Friday Trade Day in Groves
Contact: Kaye Jones
Lincoln Avenue, Groves
Phone: 409 963-2924
Event features trade day and entertainment.

1st Fri.
Time 6 p.m.
Golden Triangle Cajun French Music Association meeting
Contact: Sidney Leblanc
American Legion Hall, 922 Nederland Avenue, Nederland TX
Phone: 409 736-3785, 409 736-3782 or 409 722-9996
E-mail: gjbreauz@sbcglobal.net (Gene Breaux, national pres.)
Web: www.cajunfrenchmusic.org/chapters/goldentriangle.htm
Admission: $15 annually per family. Membership includes the monthly newsletter.
If the scheduled meeting time is on a holiday weekend
Meetings include a pot luck meal before the meeting at 6 p.m. followed by the meeting at 7 p.m. After the meeting participants dance and musicians jam if a full band is not available.
This is a family-oriented charitable organization. The club’s dance troupe teaches dance and the club gives scholarships to high school and college students.

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1st and 3rd Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Adopt an animal with Life Force - Operation Spay
Contact: Life Force
Petco, Beaumont TX on the 1st and 3rd Sat.
Phone: 409 838-0072
Web: www.lifeforceoperationspay.org
See all the cats and dogs that need a home each Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Stop by Petco the 1st and 3rd Saturday or each month or PetsMart the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday.
Life Force is an organization where volunteers foster animals in their home until a new home is found. Donations of food, money and pet supplies are always welcome.

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2nd and 4th Monday
6:30 p.m.
Golden Triangle Toastmasters Meeting
Contact: Margaret Somers
Hebert Wellness Center
Phone: 409 861-3444
E-mail: msomers@gt.rr.com
Open to the public.
Find out about Toastmasters International and learn to increase your public speaking and leadership skills.

2nd and 4th Mondays
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary meets (Port Neches / Mid-County # 3743)
Contact: John Williams
2313 Nederland Ave., Port Neches TX 77651
Phone: 409 722-7902
E-mail: EAGLES3743@aol.com
Web: www.foe.com

2nd and 4th Mondays
7 p.m.
Linux Users Group meeting
Logon C@fe, 3805 Calder Ave., Beaumont
Phone: 409 832-1529
Web: www.setxlug.org
Southeast Texas Linux Users Group is dedicated to educating Southeast Texas and Southwestern Louisiana about the benefits of Linux and Open Source Software for personal and business use.
In addition to Linux and Open Source topics, meetings generally include discussion about recent events, computer gaming and the like. They also have presentations on Linux administration, programming and Open Source software alternatives to proprietary co
Southeast Texas Linux Users Group sponsors.

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2nd Tuesday
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Rebeccah Club
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Covered Dish Lunch.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

2nd Tuesday
6 to 7 p.m.
American Legion Auxiliary Post 33-monthly meeting
Contact: Monica Mireles
1320 Pennsylvania
Phone: 409 752-5001
E-mail: mmire89085@aol.com

2nd Tuesday
6:30 to 9 p.m.
Golden Triangle Funny Bones Clown Alley meeting
Contact: Tana 'Trip' Fillingame
Ridgewood Retirement Center, Interstate 10 feeder road near 11th Street, Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 769-9725
E-mail: Talk2Tana@aol.com
Web: www.clownsofamerica.org
Admission: Those interested are welcome to visit several times before joining. Full membership is $20 annually and membership in Clowns of America International (which also has annual dues). We also have associate membership that does not require membership in COAI.
Golden Triangle Funny Bones Clown Alley is affiliated with the Clowns of America International. We are a new local alley formed group of professional and volunteer clowns who supporting the art of clowning.
We meet to encourage each other and share clowning ideas and techniques to further the art. We are open to anyone interested in clowning. Every area church could use a gospel clown in their congregation to entertain their own children's activities.

2nd and 4th Tuesdays
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie meets (Port Neches / Mid-County # 3743)
Contact: John Williams
2313 Nederland Ave., Port Neches TX 77651
Phone: 409 722-7902
E-mail: EAGLES3743@aol.com
Web: www.foe.com

2nd Tuesday
7 p.m.
Golden Triangle Writer's Guild workshop
Barnes & Noble, 4155 Dowlen Road, Beaumont TX 77706
Phone: 409 898-1111 (location)
Admission: Free.

2nd Tuesday
7 p.m
Lumberton Volunteer Emergency Medical Services
Contact: Wendy Lutz
Central Fire Station, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 751-3900
E-mail: info@lumbertonfirerescue.org
Web: www.lumbertonfirerescue.org

2nd Tuesday
7 p.m.
Port Neches Lions Club meets
Contact: Peggy Harrison, secretary
Neches Cafe', 2002 First Street, Port Neches
Phone: 409 962-3563
E-mail: (Web mail)
Web: www.district2s1.org

2nd Tuesdays
7 p.m.
SouthEast Texas Hike and Bike Coalition meeting
Contact: Rick Beaulieu
Jason’s Deli, 112 Gateway St, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 832-1529, location phone 409 833-5914 (Jason's Deli)
E-mail: contactus@funtrails.org
Web: www.funtrails.org
No cost to attend meetings or join us on scheduled rides.
SETHBC is working to make their community a better place to live by preserving and creating open spaces. Encourages physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. Wants to create new opportunities for outdoor recreation.
Wants to strengthen local economies, protect the environment, and preserve culturally and historically valuable areas.
They also promote safety both in safe riding habits and safe areas to ride.
Bicycle Sports sponsors.

2nd Tuesday
7:30 p.m.
Lumberton Masonic Lodge # 1430
Contact: Clayton Caywood
Lodge Hall, East Chance, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 755-2643
Web: www.grandlodgeoftexas.org

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2nd & 4th Thursday
7 a.m.
Beaumont Breakfast Lions Club
Contact: Robert W. Blackburn, president
Cracker Barrel Restaurant, 5390 Walden Rd at I-10, Beaumont
Phone: 409 898-3797 or 409 892-4346
E-mail: (Web mail)
Web: www.district2s1.org

2nd and 4th Thursday
10 a.m. to noon
Cross-Disability Peer Support Group
Contact: Clay Bradley
755 South 11th Street, Suite 101, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 832-2599
E-mail: Rise@risecil.org
RISE Center for Independent Living sponsors the peer-support group for anyone with a disability. Family and friends are welcome to attend.

2nd Thursday
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Covered Dish Lunch Texas Senior Citizens
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

2nd, 1st and 4th Thursday
1 p.m.
Blind Support Group
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

2nd Thursday
7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
NAACP Regular Monthly meeting
Contact: Sam Bean, branch president, or Mildred Lemell, branch secretary,
L L Melton YMCA, Sarah St, Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 842-0294
E-mail: MLemell@WOODFOREST.com
Web: www.NAACP.org
Open to the public.

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2nd Friday, Sept. - May
9:30 a.m. to noon
Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS)
First Baptist Church (900 Calder, downtown Beaumont)
Phone: 409 833-1426 ext. 39
Child care reservations are required by the Monday before the meeting.
Moms can take care of themselves too. MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) celebrates motherhood, meeting needs, and making connections. Moms come together to learn, share, and celebrate this important season of mothering while their children are cared for in a safe, loving environment.

2nd Friday
11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
AARP No. 923
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

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2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Adopt an animal with Life Force - Operation Spay
Contact: Life Force
PetsMart, Beaumont TX on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sat.
Phone: 409 838-0072
Web: www.lifeforceoperationspay.org
See all the cats and dogs that need a home each Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Stop by Petco the 1st and 3rd Saturday or each month or PetsMart the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday.
Life Force is an organization where volunteers foster animals in their home until a new home is found. Donations of food, money and pet supplies are always welcome.

2nd Saturday of each month
Cruise Nite
Contact: P A C E Helping Hands
Rocky's RoadHouse, 2310 N. 11th. St., Beaumont

2nd Saturday of each month
Southeast Texas Bead & Ornament Society (SETBOS)
Contact: Bonnie Blackman
Possibilities, 7410 College St., Beaumont TX
Phone: 409 866-0582
E-mail: bonniebeads123@hotmail.com
Group meet to study beads, jewelry & ornaments.

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2nd Sunday
10 a.m.
HEART homeschool group meets
Contact: Caroline Breaux
Claiborne West Park (off I-10), Orange County, TX
Phone: 409 697-3664
E-mail: romans3_24@hotmail.com
Anyone who is homeschooling or thinking about homeschooling is welcome to attend.

2nd Sunday
4 to 6 p.m.
Southeast Texas Black Nurses Association
Contact: Denise Boutte
South East Texas Regional Airport/Jerry Ware Terminal
Phone: 409 983-6435
E-mail: dboutte@gt.rr.com

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3rd Monday
6 p.m
Lumberton Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary
Contact: TBD
South Fire Station, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 751-3900
E-mail: jtumbleson@lumbertonfirerescue.org (Joe Tumbleson, ESD secretary)
Web: www.lumbertonfirerescue.org

1st & 3rd Monday
6:15 p.m.
Beaumont South/Forest Park Lions Club
Contact: Dewey Sterling, president
Lone Star Steak House, 6685 Eastex Freeway, Beaumont
Phone: 409 866-5869
Web: www.district2s1.org

3rd Monday
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
PARENTS support group meeting
Contact: Kristina Devillier
alternates between Beaumont and Nederland
Phone: 409 727-5991
E-mail: kedevillier@gt.rr.com
PARENTS is a support group for parents of children with disabilities. They educate parents to advocate for their children. They educate parents on the law protecting their child's educational rights, and they provide a network of support and friendship for parents.

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3rd and 1st Tuesday
7 p.m.
Lumberton Lion's Club
Contact: Don Burnett
Lumberton Library, 130 East Chance Cut-off, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 755-4401
E-mail: Web mail
Web: district2s1.org

3rd Tuesday of the month -
7 to 8:30 p.m.
Southeast Texas Stamp Club monthly meeting
Contact: Otis Barnes or Bill Windle
Mid Jefferson County Immunization Building, Viterbo Rd. (north of the Airport)
Phone: 409 962-2675 or 409 962-3138
E-mail: BWINDLE@prodigy.net
Children accompanied by a parent or 16 years old are welcomed and get free stamps and information on how to start a stamp program in their school.
Stamp circulars from the American Philatelic Society are available at 6 p.m. The meeting starts at 7 p.m.
Visitors can bring stamps to the meeting and get assistance. Bring spare stamps to distribute to area youths.

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1st and 3rd Wednesday
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie meets (Beaumont # 116)
1312 Franklin Street, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 833-9851
Web: www.foe.com

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3rd and 1st Thursday
9 a.m.
Deaf Sr. Ceramic Club
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

3rd Thursday, Aug.-May (No Dec. meeting)
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Golden Triangle Audubon Society Meeting
Contact: Jana Whittle
Beaumont Botanical Garden Center is located at 382 Tyrrell Park Road, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 722-4193
E-mail: janafw@aol.com
Web: www.goldentriangleaudubon.org
Meetings and field trips are free. Everyone is welcome.
Refreshments are served at 6:30 p.m. The program begins at 7:15 p.m.
Meetings include a birding video and a speaker having to do with conservation and birding.

1st and 3rd Thursday
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary meets (Beaumont # 116)
1312 Franklin Street, Beaumont TX 77701
Phone: 409 833-9851
Web: www.foe.com

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3nd Friday
10 a.m. to noon
Greater Sabine Area Activity Directors and Social Worker Association
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

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Each 3rd weekend
8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sat and noon to 6 p.m. on Sun
Port Neches Avenue Trade Days
Contact: Mary Miller
1100 -1400 blocks of Port Neches Ave, Port Neches TX
Phone: 409 724-6166
E-mail: marym@pernet.net

3rd and 1st Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Adopt an animal with Life Force - Operation Spay
Contact: Life Force
Petco, Beaumont TX on the 1st and 3rd Sat.
Phone: 409 838-0072
Web: www.lifeforceoperationspay.org
See all the cats and dogs that need a home each Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Stop by Petco the 1st and 3rd Saturday or each month or PetsMart the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday.
Life Force is an organization where volunteers foster animals in their home until a new home is found. Donations of food, money and pet supplies are always welcome.

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3rd Sunday
2 p.m.
Thyme for Herbs Society Meeting
Garden Center at Tyrell Park, Beaumont
Thyme for Herbs Society welcomes guests.

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4th and 2nd Monday
6:30 p.m.
Golden Triangle Toastmasters Meeting
Contact: Margaret Somers
Hebert Wellness Center
Phone: 409 861-3444
E-mail: msomers@gt.rr.com
Open to the public.
Find out about Toastmasters International and learn to increase your public speaking and leadership skills.

2nd and 4th Mondays
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary meets (Port Neches / Mid-County # 3743)
Contact: John Williams
2313 Nederland Ave., Port Neches TX 77651
Phone: 409 722-7902
E-mail: EAGLES3743@aol.com
Web: www.foe.com

4th and 2nd Mondays
7 p.m.
Linux Users Group meeting
Logon C@fe, 3805 Calder Ave., Beaumont
Phone: 409 832-1529
Web: www.setxlug.org
Southeast Texas Linux Users Group is dedicated to educating Southeast Texas and Southwestern Louisiana about the benefits of Linux and Open Source Software for personal and business use.
In addition to Linux and Open Source topics, meetings generally include discussion about recent events, computer gaming and the like. They also have presentations on Linux administration, programming and Open Source software alternatives to proprietary co
Southeast Texas Linux Users Group sponsors.

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2nd and 4th Tuesdays
7 p.m.
Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie meets (Port Neches / Mid-County # 3743)
Contact: John Williams
2313 Nederland Ave., Port Neches TX 77651
Phone: 409 722-7902
E-mail: EAGLES3743@aol.com
Web: www.foe.com

4th Tuesday
7 p.m.
Lumberton Civic Women's League
Contact: Brandie Grass
Caring Hearts Facility, 931 S. Main, Lumberton TX
Phone: 409 755-7338
E-mail: BHGrass@yahoo.com

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2nd & 4th Thursday
7 a.m.
Beaumont Breakfast Lions Club
Contact: Robert W. Blackburn, president
Cracker Barrel Restaurant, 5390 Walden Rd at I-10, Beaumont
Phone: 409 898-3797 or 409 892-4346
E-mail: (Web mail)
Web: www.district2s1.org

4th, 1st and 2nd Thursday
1 p.m.
Blind Support Group
Contact: Lynn Huckaby
Best Years Senior Center (in auditorium), 780 South Fourth Street
Phone: 409 838-1902
E-mail: Clynnhuck@aol.com
Web: www.ci.beaumont.tx.us
Admission: Free.
The BYC gives senior citizens, 55 years old and older, a full range of programs. The Best Years Center was formed in 1978 and through several federal grant programs, evolved to be a multi-purpose center.
Transportation to classes at BYS Center is provided twice a week for participating patrons. Reservations are required 24 hours in advance and an application of participation must be on file. Call 838-1902 for information.

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4th, 2nd and 5th Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Adopt an animal with Life Force - Operation Spay
Contact: Life Force
PetsMart, Beaumont TX on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sat.
Phone: 409 838-0072
Web: www.lifeforceoperationspay.org
See all the cats and dogs that need a home each Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Stop by Petco the 1st and 3rd Saturday or each month or PetsMart the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday.
Life Force is an organization where volunteers foster animals in their home until a new home is found. Donations of food, money and pet supplies are always welcome.

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5th, 2nd and 4th Saturday
Noon to 4 p.m.
Adopt an animal with Life Force - Operation Spay
Contact: Life Force
PetsMart, Beaumont TX on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sat.
Phone: 409 838-0072
Web: www.lifeforceoperationspay.org
See all the cats and dogs that need a home each Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. Stop by Petco the 1st and 3rd Saturday or each month or PetsMart the 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturday.
Life Force is an organization where volunteers foster animals in their home until a new home is found. Donations of food, money and pet supplies are always welcome.

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