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 Beulah Community Family Life Center Activities

Rev. Jerry D. Black, Pastor


Cards Games


Bid whist:  Weather you are brushing up on your game or have always wanted to learn how to play; the Bid whist table is the place to be.  Although Thursdays @ 11:00am are the only days officially schedule for Bid, you can generally find a Bid game being played any weekday from eleven o’clock until someone gets tired.


Bidge:  Join in the fun with this classic card game.  The Beulah Activities Committee has an ongoing sign up sheet for persons that want to learn to play bridge.  The game of Bridge is thought by some to be the greatest card game of all, as it can provide an immense challenge and personal enjoyment.  


Pinochle:  You asked for it, and the Beulah Activities Committee responded.  Pinochle is played by many with a personal passion.  It is a trick taking game, typically for two, three, or four players, and it is played with a 48 card deck.  Place your name on the sign-up sheet and the activities coordinator will contact you with details regarding the schedule days of play.    


Miscellaneous Activities


Crocheting:  Have you ever wanted to learn to crochet?  The crocheting group here at BCFLC offers a very personable and nurturing environment along with details on crochet stitches and patterns.  The Crocheting group is committed to providing step-by-step instructions to help the beginner learn to crochet.


AARP Driver’s Course:  The AARP Driver Safety Program is the nation’s first and largest course for drivers age 50 and older.  Upon completion of this course you may qualify for an automobile insurance discount given by your insurance company.  This course is held the last Tuesday of the month.  Please call the front desk to reserve a space,


Toast Masters:  Feeling some nervousness before giving a speech is natural and even beneficial, but too much nervousness can be detrimental.    Toast Masters is dedicated to improving the communications and leadership skills of its members. They meet on Saturdays @ 10:00am


Book Club:  Reading can be fun and entertaining, and it’s even more fun when you discuss your favorite book with friends.  The BCFLC Book Club is a great place to meet new friends who enjoy the pastime of reading.  The Book Club meets the third Saturday of the month.  Sign up at the BCFLC front desk for additional meeting details. 


Member Appreciation Day:  When it is time to say thank you to our members, the staff at the Beulah Community Family Life Center likes to say it BIG and OFTEN.  Each quarter the BCFLC present it members with Food, Fun, and Festivities.  Join us each quarter for something a little different via presentation, but always a steadfast and genuine thank you to your members. 


  Youth Basketball:  BCFLC’s youth basketball organization, strives to provide opportunities for personal growth and development of youth athletes, while reinforcing positive influences, self-confidence, self- esteem and the ability to excel both on and off the court.  Registration forms and additional information is available at the BCFLC front desk.


Chess:  The original brain game as it has sometimes been called, was one of the very first activities presented by the Beulah Activities Committee in the Family Life Center.  If you know the game come test your skill, or allow the Activities Committee to teach you the strategies of being successful at chess



Water Volley Ball:   An exciting and fun new team sport played exclusively in the pool.  The BCFLC water volley ball group has begun practice and the building of its team that will play competitively against other water volley ball groups within it league.  Come join the fun, practice held on Tuesdays and Thursdays @ 2:00pm

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