Fifty Plus Club
The club is an organization for adults (young at heart) 50 years and older.
The Fifty Plus Club is open to all new members. Please join us for lectures, presentations, pot luck luncheons, fundraisers, interesting/fun day trips and much, much more. Informal brunches are held the first Wednesday each month at The Ambrosia Restaurant located in the Montrose Crossing Shopping Center (12015 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD). Meetings are scheduled for the second and fourth Wednesday of each month in the Founders Hall at 11:30am. Members bring their lunch and dessert and coffee are provided. Annual dues are $15 per person. Guests are always welcome and will quickly learn what a fun and friendly group we are.
For more information on upcoming events or Fifty Plus, please contact Maria Kopsidas at 240-421-9909.
President - Maria Kopsidas
Vice President - Kalliopi Mereos
Secretary - Cia Manolatos
Treasurer - Sally Peavy
Informal brunches are held the first Wednesday of each month at The Ambrosia Restaurant located in the Montrose Crossing Shopping Center at 12015 Rockville Pike, Rockville, MD.
Meeting at St. George are held in the Founders Hall on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month, starting at 11:30 AM. Guests are always welcomed - bring your sandwich for lunch - dessert and coffee are provided. Father Dimitrios is our advisor and Maria Kopsidas is our President.
The Fifty Plus Group is for Christian fellowship organized for those in the parish who are 50 years or older. In the early years of the parish, there was no need for such an organization for the vast majority of the membership was composed of young married couples with small children.
In recent years, the organization has grown into a strong and viable community group. They meet twice a month for lunch and have special events at these meetings such as speakers and other activities. They also have a very active social calendar by attending various museums, galleries, and taking tours of important and historic sites.
The Fifty Plus Group has become an important part of raising funds for the parish through their efforts at the twice-yearly-held St. George Festivals and also providing funds for charitable and development needs.