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NEWS

This area contains all of the news articles from the Prime Timers Worldwide quarterly newsletter.  They are listed in chronological order, with the most recent news article listed first.  Feel free to peruse this article archive; it is chock full of interesting stories from local chapters, the worldwide organization as a whole, and important news to its members.

As the biennial Prime Timers Worldwide Convention approaches, the Board of Directors and I want to encourage your chapter to participate in-person. The host chapter, Chicago Prime Timers, has put together a great program including the Keynote Address, Workshops, Buffet, Halloween Masquerade Ball, Gala Banquet on the closing night, Dinner Cruise on Lake Michigan (optional), and the Hospitality Room. There will the Business Meeting of the chapter representatives and the Board as well as board meetings to conduct during the formal part of the convention, but there will be time available to see and enjoy Chicago.

Rugby in Charlotte

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Believe it or not, this is a Rugby Game in Charlotte NC. 8 Charlotte PT’ers attended. Local celebrity Roxy C. Morecox announced the fame, and the players were wearing their prom dresses during the match. The Charlotte guys noted that the crowd “was very entertained.”

I love my man for his masculinity,

And I love my man for his intensity;

His sensitive and caring words,

Spoken in love and sincerity;

Are like music to my ears,

And provide beauty in my heart.

Tender kisses, a peck here and there,

Are delightful, warm and loving.

Paul, my darling, I have never,

And I truly mean never,

Found a lover as sweet, as caring,

As you, the only man I adore.

Without you nearby, my heart is quiet;

Beating softly, not like in your arms,

Holding me, caressing me, your love,

Apparent, caring, adoring, enormous,

Provides a warmth I had never known.

Falling in love made so easy,

All because of your love for me

Founder Filosofy

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What a blessing old age is! We too often take for granted the charms of aging. Take, for example, pills. Pills, pills, pills. We take a pill for this, a pill for that, a pill to avoid having to take a different kind of pill. To make lemonade out of a lemon, I call them my little pillies; that makes them seem more like a pet. Too bad most youths are missing out on this pleasure.