Clubs

books in a cabinet

Description

The Mill Pond Book Club has been a longtime club at MPA. Barbara Mayer and Jackie Morrison are the administrators of the NEW Mill Pond Book Club. The format is designed to encourage informal group discussions that will include everyone’s participation.

Contact Information

Barbara Mayer, Administrator: Please contact Mark at the number below.

Jackie Morrison, Administrator: Please contact Mark at the number below.

Mark Liebenthal, Office Manager: 516-472-7004

Meetings & Fees

The second Tuesday of each month at 7PM in the Clubhouse.  Please check the calendar.

There is no fee.

balls of yarn for knitting

Description

The Needlecrafts Club welcomes everyone from beginners to the more experienced. The Club meets once a month, usually on Fridays from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in the Clubhouse.

Many beautiful and creative pieces have been shared with the group. They can only be described as works of art and possible heirlooms which can be passed from one generation to the next.

The Club also encourages beginners. The beginners will be helped and instructed with their projects by our more experienced and gifted members.

All fully vaccinated residents of MPA are invited and welcome to attend. Why not drop in for some craft work and friendly conversation with your Mill Pond neighbors?

Required equipment: Whatever you need for your needlecraft projects.

Contact Information

Evelyn Monaco, Leader: Please contact Mark at the number below.
Mark Liebenthal, Office Manager: 516-472-7004

Meetings & Fees

The first Friday of each month at 1:00 to 3:00 pm in the Clubhouse. Please check the calendar.

There is no fee.

members of the 5-miler club

Description

During the pandemic several residents realized that many of us were doing a lot of walking in and near MPA, so we organized the 5-Milers Club to do monthly, organized walks of about 5 miles near our community. 

The leadership for walks rotates among the regular walkers. Leaders announce the day and time and the route (with an accompanying strip map, turn by turn directions, and its distance) of the walk by email. Walks are usually on Saturdays, and they usually begin at 11:00 am on the announced day in the MPA Clubhouse parking lot, and end at the same place. During warmer weather, the walks may begin earlier. If the weather forecast is for unpleasant weather, we reschedule to a different date or time. If walkers want to cut the walk short, they are welcome to circle back at any time, but it is best to tell others that they are leaving the walk.

Want to join us? Contact Richard or Jackie, below, to add your name to our email list. The 5-Milers Club welcomes all fully vaccinated MPA residents and their invited friends and families who enjoy walking for fun, exercise, camaraderie and to explore our nearby communities.

 Required equipment: Comfortable walking shoes

Contact Information

Richard Raskin, Member: 516-801-6467 – richard390raskin@gmail.com
Jackie Morrison, Member: 404-759-3452 – jmz.morrison@gmail.com

Meetings & Fees

Walks take place once a month as announced.

There is no fee.

 

Description

The ROMEO Club is open to all the men at Mill Pond Acres. ROMEO stands for Retired Old Men Eating Out, and that’s just what the members of the Club do. They meet about every six weeks, depending on holidays, at a local restaurant and have dinner together. It’s a social and fun time and the dinners have been well-attended.

If you are interested in joining the Club, contact Bill McCollum or Rich Law. See below for information.

All fully vaccinated residents of MPA are invited to attend.

Required equipment: Nothing except an interest in spending some enjoyable time with your MPA neighbors!

Contact Information

Bill McCollum: 917-941-8870 or wjmemc@gmail.com

Rich Law: 516-633-7686 or rllmlaw@aol.com

Mark Liebenthal, Office Manager: 516-472-7004

Meetings & Fees

The meetings are the dinner dates! Please check the calendar. and listen to Mark’s robocalls for information.

The cost of the dinners varies depending on the restaurant.