Meeting Times

2018-2019 Meetings & Programs

LOCATION: The Viscount Suites, 4855 E. Broadway Blvd. Registration begins at 11:00am with the meeting beginning at 11:30am. Dismissal occurs between 1:45 and 2:00pm.

Guests are always welcome!

RESERVATIONS ARE A MUST! All luncheons except December are $16.50 payable by check mailed to PCSRA, 4315 E. Seneca St, Tucson, 85712, to arrive by the Friday prior to the meeting. As an alternative, you may call Marge Stevens, 326-4073 and pay at the door.

September 13: Betsy Bolding, League of Women Voters, addressing initiatives on the November ballot, especially pertaining to education. UHS/RHS speak about choral trip to Greece (unconfirmed).

A – Tuna Stuffed Tomato w/Fresh Fruit

B – Taco Salad (ground beef)

October 11: Helping Seniors: Pima Council of Aging and Interfaith Community Services.  Learn about all the services available and how they can help you and others. AARP.  Bring donated items for Youth on Their Own.

A – Chicken Salad Croissant w/ Fresh Fruit

B – Fiesta Beef Salad

November 8: Dan Marries: Channel 13 Anchor, “Honoring the Vietnam Veterans” See Emmy Award Documentary on, ” Return to Vietnam”.

Thanksgiving menu – Turkey, Mashed potatoes, Gravy, Pumpkin Pie, etc. ($21.00)

December 13:  Holiday Program: Tucson High School Rayos Del Sol lMariachi Band, Director Justin Enrique. (Salon B) Bring donated items for Sister Jose Women’s Center.

A – Cheese enchiladas, refried beans

B – Chicken fajitas, refried beans

January 10David Fitzsimmons, Cartoonist and Opinion Writer from the Arizona Daily Star.  One never knows what David will say but we can guarantee a good laugh.

A –Southwest Wrap w/ chips (turkey)

B – Chicken Caesar Salad

February 14: Mountain Saddle Band from Show Low entertaining us with cowboy songs, many original. CDs for sale. Celebrate Love of Reading Month by meeting and buying books from PCRSA authors.

A – Chili & Cornbread

B – Barbecue Beef sandwich, coleslaw & beans

March 14: Carolyn Campbell, Executive Director at Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection, ” Preserving the Sonoran Desert.”  Learn about animal migration and what it took to finish the bike loop.

A – Spaghetti and Meatballs

B – Ham and Turkey Melt w/Fruit

April 11Recognizing Member Achievements, including Honoring One of Our Own, Frieda Baker, for her achievements.

A – Quiche Lorraine w/ Fresh Fruit

B – Candied Walnut Salad – vegetarian

May 9: Christine Vivona, Harpist, playing classical, jazz, and Broadway tunes.; Honoring Our Members: Past and Present.

A: Taco Salad

B: Southwest Club w/ Potato Chips