Next meeting is Thursday, February 16!
All regular Red Sox meetings are held at the Seabreeze Recreation Center, unless there is a posted change. The address is 2384 Buena Vista Boulevard. Meetings are scheduled for the 3rd Thursday of the Month, but that may change, so be sure to keep checking. Meetings start at 6:00 PM. Doors open at 5:15!!
Print and bring ticket, along with your Red Sox Nation & Villages ID's And please wear your name badges...It's been a while, plus we have new members.
Johnny Pizzi has been doing comedy over 30 years. He has been a fixture not only on the Boston Comedy Scene but all over New England and East Coast as well.
He's also the unofficial Magician of The New England Patriots.
Johnny has the keen ability to tailor his comedy to ANY type of crowd. He performs not only in the top Comedy Venues, but also many 55 over condos along the East Coast as well. Johnny is not only talented top notch Stand-Up Comic he is also an amazing Magic performer as well. He specializes in close-up, Stage and Mentalism. He performs regularly at the Magic Lounge in Cambridge, Ma. along with Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun. He also is a favorite doing many corporate shows as well.
Johnny spearheads a lot of Fundraisers and Comedy Benefits for people in need. And also comedy peers as well. He has helped raise millions doing up to 100 benefits a year. Johnny's comedy has taken him overseas to entertain our troops in Sarajevo, Kosovo and Bosnia an experience he says once one of the highlights of his career.
He has worked on movie sets and sitcoms such as The John Larrocquette Show and It's all Relative. Today Johnny is one of the stars of the Musical Play called Last Days of DoWop having multiple rolls.
One of Johnny's passions is writing, not only his own original writing that puts his life past and present on stage but also comments on current events as well. Johnny Is hired at different restaurants to entertain customers with amazing close-up magic. He is multi-talented, certainly a chameleon when it comes to performing.
Surviving Spouse Luncheon
Date: Thursday, February 23, at TBD
to Bill Talbot firstname.lastname@example.org
Attention all RSNV Surviving Spouses. If you want to join or continue to be in the Surviving Spouses, a group that meets on the 4th Thursday of every month (except for June, July, and August) for lunch and a little conversation between those who have lost their spouse or significant other.
Please forward your name, address, telephone number(s), and email address to William Talbot (email@example.com) and you will be contacted. The lunch will be held at one of our merchant vendor restaurants that offer a discount to our members.
Join and see what happens when people get together for food, fun, and conversation.
Thank you. Looking forward to seeing you then.
Bill Talbot, Chairperson RSNV Surviving Spouses WFTalbot@Yahoo.com
Introducing the The RSNV Century Club. A member who makes a donation of $100 or more, will be a Century Club member. You'll be invited to special events, including a private meetup with speakers & more.
Next meeting Friday, Oct. 21.
The Bull Pen cop will be our guest speaker.
For most of the late 2000’s and early 2010’s, he was one of Major League Baseball’s most reliable starting pitchers. After getting his first full-time starting job with the Boston Red Sox in 2004 and tossing 178.2 innings that year, he logged 200 or more innings every year through 2013, with the exception of 2009, when he pitched “Just” 199 innings. In that time span (2004-2013), no right-hander in baseball pitched more innings. In those years he complied a win-loss record of 129-113 and struck out 1,354. Opponents batted just .262 off of the righty, and hit for just a 98 OPS+.
His most famous moment came in Game 6 of the 2004 ALDS. After Curt Schilling’s epic “bloody sock” start, he came on in relief. The moment, now famously known as The slap” occurred when Yankee Alex Rodriguez hit a bouncer back that Bronson fielded.
When he went to apply the tag, Rodriguez (ahem) slapped at his glove containing the ball in an effort to dislodge it. After further review, Rodriguez was called OUT, Jeter, who had scored, was sent back to second base and the Red Sox went on to win Game six. The following day, they would bomb those Yanks 10-3, silencing 50,00 plus in da Bronx thus completing the Greatest Comeback Ever in winning Game 7 moving on to the ALCS & sending the yankees packing.
In addition to being an excellent pitcher, our January guest, Bronson Arroyo is also an accomplished guitarist and singer.
We are most excited to have him join us on Thursday, January 19th right here at Seabreeze. Though we have not received confirmation on whether or not he will bring his guitar, we have put the request in with the Red Sox.
I encourage you to go sign up for the meeting NOW, as our seats will be limited to the capacity of this room.
Our Ticketleap sign up is ready. Click HERE to Reserve Your Seats. 2023 Members Only as capacity is Limited. The meeting is now sold out.
Just remember, you must be a Red Sox Nation in the Villages in 2023 member to get in, so I encourage you to renew at the same time to secure your seats.
Then, click here to sign up to see and Meet Bronson Arroyo.
We will need member help that night, so please let one of us know if you could help with 50-50, serving in back, welcome, greeting or pictures.
Come hear and Meet one of the most popular Red Sox players in recent history.
Do you know a member who could use a little sunshine? Someone laid up with an illness, an injury or has lost a spouse? Please email Eileen Gerrits, our club's "Sunshine Lady." firstname.lastname@example.org
Eileen's been sending out cards to members for several years & asks you to forward any member names to her when you hear of someone in need. Thanks Eileen for ALWAYS looking to brighten up someone's day.
Eileen Gerrits email@example.com