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Peace, Love, & Rock ‘n Roll!
By Carolita Carr

Calendar for 2022
With vaccinations and boosters widely available, and Covid numbers rapidly declining, our future looks bright. To make it even brighter, Boomers has planned a great year ahead. So open your calendar app and set aside the following dates:
Feb. 25, April 23, June 18, August 27, October 29, and December 15-our annual holiday party. A Sonoma County favorite, The 7th Sons, is booked for the April date. As soon as bands are finalized for the others, we will let you know.

Registration Opening Soon For December 16
This is our annual holiday party and we hope you have saved the date. We will have appetizers and some really great sandwiches, you bring the beverage of your choice. Jazz tunes will be provided by Randal Collen and Friends. In addition, there will be an “ugly sweater” contest with prizes. This is a free event and only open to members- a good time to relax and enjoy the holidays with your Boomer friends. Register after Thanksgiving at

Treasurer Needed
Want to help plan events? Want to work with some really great people? Our Treasurer, Lou Kinzler is retiring, effective at the end of the year. As a result, we are looking for someone to fill that position. The Treasurer is in charge of the checkbook, which Lou has meticulously maintained, so stepping into the position should not be difficult. If you are interested, please contact one of our board members-Olivia Kinzler, Connie Lachowicz, Cindi Clemence, Lou Kinzler, Annette Danielle, Heidi Klyn or Carolita Carr.


Sparkling Bubbles at Tasting Events Club on December 16th

Sparkling Bubbles at Tasting Events Club on December 16th.
Want to taste and compare a $110 per glass, 19-year-old exclusive Champagne with $20 to $50 Sparkling wines from around the world and Champagnes? You can at the next Tasting Events Club Event on Dec. 16th at 6pm at our Oakmont’s East Rec Center.

Unique JoRene Woodworth

In addition to Oakmont classes, JoRene leads four other classes, is certified for instructing people challenged by balance and movement, by Parkinson disease. She says she’s inspired by students and has become certified in leading exercise classes designed for senior adults.