About Green Bay Retired Men’s Club
Green Bay Retired Men’s Club
Our retired men’s club has been a popular institution in Green Bay since 1972, which means we have been in existence for 40 years. Herb Bomolaski, Judge Don Gleason, and Russ Petrest were among the founders of the club that met at the downtown YMCA until 1981. Due to the Y remodeling, club meetings were moved to the downtown Brown County Library auditorium where they continue to be held.
Proceeds from the coffee fund and $15/year dues go to the Friends of the Library.
Meetings are held every Tuesday except at Christmas and New Year’s. Coffee and rolls are available at 8:30 a.m. The meetings start promptly at 9:30 a.m. and end promptly at 10:30 a.m.
The club also schedules monthly tours of an area building or business. Wives and significant others are invited to the tours and to the Christmas meeting.
The weekly programs offer something for everyone. Speakers range from local business and community leaders, city leaders, healthcare professional, educators, charities, and a wide variety of other speakers.
The club welcomes all men age 55 and older.
“The Green Bay Area Retired Men’s Club provides a welcoming, friendly, social, organized, entertaining and educational experience to promote camaraderie among the members. It focuses on social events, speakers and tours.”