Welcome to the web site that may change your life!
We are a group of retired men in Southern New Jersey who have joined together
to bring more meaning to our retirement years. Our efforts have been successful!
We have three goals:
1) Volunteer our services to the community.'
2) Help each other.
3) Have some "FUN."
To contact us or learn more about the HOMERs, email our President, Fred. CLICK HERE
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|Our 2018 Schedule
|HOMER Highlights of 2018
Regular meetings have be monthly,
in January we met at Walt's and had dinner at Cielito's Mexican Cuisine
in February Larry hosted cocktails and hors d'oeuvres at home before dinner.
in March we met at Dave's then ventured over to Restaurant Femmina
also Larry hosted a one-day trip to the Sports Museum in Haddonfield
in April Bobby D. took us to the Fortune Cookie
in May the HOMERs met early at the Flying W for breakfast
also Bob Davis led the group to Strasbourg , PA, for a visit to the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum
in June Gene took us to the Village Pub
in July the HOMERs met Ray in Port Norris for lunch and a visit to the Bay-Shore Museum
Homers and Homerettes - Christmas 2017
Front Row, l to r: Mike & Maureen D., Billie K., Janice & George E.
Middle Row: Nicole G., Mickey D., Pat Rhoad, Bob "Radar," Sherry D., Brenda H., Barbara S., Sue W., Tony F., Joanne D., Marie H., Connie L., Joyce S., and Ron S.
Back Row: Gene G., Bain K., Bob H., Fred S., Larry W., Walt R., Bob D., Ray H., Peter P., Rich L., and Jerry D.
From left to right: Jerry, Radar, Ray, Bob, Bob H., Ron, Walt, Peter, Jerry, George & George.
Highlights in 2017
Since March (the HNO that never happened), the HOMERs have meet regularly each month at a member's home:
in April at Bob H's
in May at Fred's
in June at Bain's
in July at Rich's
in August at Dave's
in September at Gene's
in October at George G's
in November at Peter's
Since October, some members led by Walt R., have had breakfast together at the Patty Wagon Cafe near the runway at the Flying W Airport in Medford.
The next scheduled breakfast is at 9 AM Monday, December 4th - come join the fun. The food is great, the company is better.
We are pleased to announce the creation of the
Robert Rodney Rhoad, Jr. Fund for the Preservation and Restoration of Historic Art
at the Jamestown, Rhode Island, Historical Society.
A HOMER's memorial donation to this fund helped make it possible and we have received
a thank you letter outlining the process the Historical Society will follow
to restore a wonderful old watercolor of a stone wall in East Ferry, Rhode Island.
It may be that Bob's father and also he, as a young boy, may have
stopped at a well nearby for water on a hot summer day.
All HOMERs are invited to visit the Jamestown, Rhode Island Historical Society at 92 Narragansett Avenue.
If individual members care to make additional donations, mail it to P.O.Box 156, Jamestown, RI 02835
Peter is the newest HOMER, he lives in Medford and recently retired.
|January 11, 2017
The first HNO of 2017 was held at Larry W's.
A good time was had by all.
Rich Livingston was our guest speaker of the evening.
Attention All Members
A revision of meeting dates necessitates a revised calendar; please consult the following chart for details.
|Welcome to the First Ever
Caption Writing Contest
Wait, I'll get you started.
"Once upon a time a HOMER was given three boards, two bolts, two washers,
two nuts, and one of these black, shiny things. After examining all the parts he decided to . . ."
There is no prize for the best entry; just bragging rights!
|Just a Reminder
the HOMER's November Meeting will be November 29th at Bobby D's.
But that doesn't mean the Homers have been home alone and sitting still; they've been working!
On a recent cool and crisp November morning Gene, Jerry, Bob D., Larry, Ron, Bobby D.,
and George G., AKA "The Router" were working at assembling mini-picnic benches for the children at a local camp.