Seniors Club

Chaired By: Etta Bardelang

The Arden Seniors Club is always looking to welcome new members to the group. If you are a Senior or a member of the community and are available on the 2nd Friday of the month, be sure to join the Senior Club. The club meets for lunch at Town Hall, member's homes, and at the Beaches, weather permitting.

Like to Eat and Socialize and Meet New Friends?

Arden Seniors Club may just be your answer. The club began under the organization of Albian Dunagan-Bacon and their very first club luncheon was held at Town Hall on March 14, 2003. The group continues to meet on the second Friday of every month around the neighborhood (Town Hall, Beaches, Club Member's Homes).

Scrapbooks of this group can be found at town hall and in the gallery below.

If you are interested in making friends or just like to socialize and eat, this is the group for you! Join this group of congenial Arden residents and build on your existing friendships and make some new.

Email Board@ArdenCommunityAssociation.com for additional information and to become part of the group.

GALLERY

First Photo Album of the Seniors Club - Early Gatherings

Spring Town Hall

Beach 4 Gatherings

Beach 5 Gatherings

Crab Feasts Town Hall

Christmas At Town Hall

January 2006 Town Hall Gathering

Gatherings at the Campbells

August 2008 Beach 5 Gathering

2014 Beach 4 Gathering

December 2018 Christmas Gathering

March 2019 Brunch at Town Hall

July 2019 Beach 4 Gathering

August 2019 Beach 4 Luau

2019 Octoberfest Town Hall

IN MEMORY OF

Don Yeskey

Donald John Yeskey, Jr. died on September 2, 2019. Don resided in Greensburg, PA through his high school graduation before his army service took him to Japan, followed by a career bringing him to Fort Meade, MD. Don lived the remainder of his life in Crownsville, MD interspersed with three-year stints in Cheltenham, England and Wiesbaden, Germany. Here in Arden on the Severn, Don was part of the original ACA Beach Buying Committee and became the first ABI President of Arden Beaches, Inc. in 1976. He also served as the spokesperson for the ACA with the General's Highway Community Council for many years. He was a loyal employee of the National Security Agency, a dedicated community activist and conservationist, proud patriot, U.S. Army veteran, an avid collector with an eye for variations, genealogist, and local historian. Don's commitment to community was admirable and will be greatly missed.