Last Update February 10, 2016
* McDonnell / Douglas, Boeing Retirees Club
* 550 + Members
* Activities: Dinner Dance, Luncheons, Picnic, & Trout Lodge
* Travel Opportunities
* Charitable Activities
* SAGES PAGES Newsletter Mailings
* $12 Annual Dues
The April Luncheon will be April 13, 2016 at Orlando Gardens, 2040 Dorsett Village Plaza, Maryland Heights,
The Valentine Luncheon was Wednesday
February 10, 2016 at the Heart of St Charles Banquet Center, St Charles, Mo. 99 registered. Entertainment music provided
by THE GRAND REUNION.
Christmas Dinner Dance occurred December 9, 2015 at the Whitmoor Country Club, St Charles, MO. The venue was beautiful,
the food and drink delicious and the band, Trilogy, excellent.
The SAGES , again, helped usher the Holiday Brass Concert at the United Methodist Church, St Louis, MO.
December 1, 2015. The program was beautiful and appropriate for the Holiday Season.
Trout lodge occurred October 5-8 2015. The weekend was enjoyed by 63 SAGES and the weather
cooperated. Yes this was another memorable and successful SAGES event and more are expected to attend in 2016.
The Annual Picnic was held on September 9, 2015. The weather
threatened early but turned out very nice. We had games in the morning, lunch then bingo. 96 attended.
The trip to Arrow Rock Lyceum Theater occurred August 26,
2015. The stage performance was "Driving Miss Daisy".
SAGES traveled to the Pacific Northwest August 3, 2015 for 10 days of sight-seeing with a Directions tour.
The July Dinner Dance occurred July 22, 2015. The food was
good and the dancing was fun.
If you are a retiree of Boeing or McDonnell/Douglas
and like to have fun, the SAGES is for you.
We are the SAGES Retiree Club and have been organized since 1981 to provide retirees of Boeing
and McDonnell/Douglas with opportunities to socialize, enjoy recreation and travel with other retiree teammates, who all have
something in common.
There are no meetings, but we do provide three luncheons, a Dinner Dance, a Picnic
and three fun filled days at the YMCA Trout Lodge each year. And, if your interested in travel; we encourage members
to sponsor travel tours each year by bus, ship, train or plane.
Our club is open to all pensioned FEP and CBU
retirees of any division of Boeing in the metro St. Louis area.
The cost is only $12 per year per couple and as members you save on the costs of the social events.
if you attend all seven of the social events, you would save more than the $12.
Members receive six Sages Pages newsletter each year informing them of the social and travel
events. A Sages Directory of all the members is available by request.
We also perform
volunteer work for a number of local organizations as individuals or large groups.
Our club is managed by a fifteen member Executive Board, (which includes six Officers and nine
members of the Board of Governors), who meet monthly.
For additional information drop a line to President, MDC/Boeing Retirees Club,
P. O. Box 413, St. Charles, MO 63302. Or you can submit a question to e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org or to the e-mail address at the bottom of this home page.
We have a group of members who volunteer regularly but "MANY HANDS MAKE LIGHT WORK".
2 months the Red Cross conducts Blood Drives at several Boeing, St Louis, buildings. Volunteers spend about 5 hours greeting
the donors and serving them after donation.
you would be willing to give a little of your time to volunteer, call Joan Wilmas at 636-300-1641 or Helen Bassen at 636-754-2651.
Joan is our Red Cross coordinator and Helen is our Holiday Brass coordinator.
of our social events requires Chairs and Co-Chairs who organize and host the event.
If you are willing to help at any of these events
contact Dave Ott, Activities Chairman, at 636-916-0099.
Officers for the year 2015-2016
President; Harold Hunt
Executive Vice President:
Secretary: Judy Hudgens
Treasurer: Don Candido
Membership Chairman: Mary Candido
Board of Governors
Chairman: Elliott Chubb
Members: Carl Johnson
The retirees in Southern California have a web site with a lot of information about their activities and
has information about every plane Boeing, Douglas or MC/DAC ever built. "Click Here"
The Seattle area retirees, the BLUEBILLS,
also have a web site. http://bluebills.org. Log onto this site,
scroll down and on the left side of the screen is a map of Washington. It shows four additional sites. Click
on 'heritage' and this will give you the main site.
Below are links to other websites that were created by and maintained by retirees. You may find it interesting
to investigate some of them.