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IRS imposter tax scam: Don’t be fooled.

Beware of this tax-season scam. For yearsIrs Scam Warning Sign, unsuspecting taxpayers have lost millions of dollars to scammers who pose as IRS agents to steal their hard-earned money. 

The scheme goes like this: The IRS imposter calls claiming you owe taxes and demands your immediate payment by prepaid debit card or wire transfer. Refuse and you’re threatened with arrest. Here’s what you need to know. 

The IRS does not:

• Call to demand immediate payment of taxes owed

• Ask for debit or credit card numbers over the phone

• Threaten to send local police or other law enforcement to arrest you for nonpayment

Learn how to protect yourself from this and other scams. Go to the AARP Fraud Watch Network and sign up to get Watchdog Alerts on the latest breaking scams sent directly to your inbox.

source: Message from AARP

Senior Men’s Club Invitation

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Find out all the benefits of SMCGP. You may be surprised with the attractions the club has to offer. Existing members invite a relative, neighbor, or friend. For more information click here.

SMC Wanted

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Do you have any old Directories in your file cabinets?  We are looking for the 1981, 1982, and 1983 directories to complete the SMC Files.  Bring them to the next Meeting.

School Gridiron Club Coupon Book 2016-2017

Grosse Pointe Gridiron Club is offering a fundraising coupon book for its football program, featuring local businesses.  Cost of the book is $25.  Since the Gridiron Club is a registered non-profit organization (501(c), your $25 is tax deductible.

SMC member Rick Backoff is a Gridiron Board Member. Orders can be placed with Rick for delivery immediately. He can be reached at 586-859-7447 (work) or 586-859-7443 (home) and of course at our regular meetings.

2016 Cabaret

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For more great pictures of Cabaret go to the events page. Click here.

Renew Online

The Senior Men’s Club of GP is pleased to 
remind members and new applicants they can renew or
 register online!

This makes the process very easy and also provides confirmation of your registration.

There is a small fee associated with the registration which is detailed 
on the sign up page.

Click here to go to the registration page.

Recent speaker video

What's New

Recently we had Bob Bury as a speaker for the SMCGP meeting.
In case you missed it, or just want to see it again – you can view it here. Just click on this link  and it will take you to the video.Bury

SMC Honors 20 year members

What's Newhonorees_2020 Year Members, from left, standing:  Kip (Clifford L) Sadler, Charles A. Guy, Paul F. Decker, John C. Frakes, Thomas Bidigare (accepted pin for Alfred A. Sauter), Charles A. Rutherford (accepted for John P. Huckins),  Donald R. Briggs, Richard K. Gross.

20 Year members seated, from left:  Martin E. Cohan (accepted pin for his father, William D. Cohan), Stewart E. McMillan, R. Gerald Clyde.

Not pictured above, but received pins:  Fritz (Frederick G.) Bloy and George E. Moulton

The other Eligible 20 Year Members, not in attendance:  John L. Carolin, John J. Catalano, John R. Dickerson, Joseph R. Mikula, George E. Schulte.

SMC Open Position Available

What's New

The SMC Board would like to have a new SMC Historian to take the place of the deceased Donald Blain.  If you have any interest in learning about the position, please contact Bob Hynes or John Snyder.

Newsletter on line delivery

Newsletter will be sent by email as well as available on club website!


Dear SMC Member,

Most SMC members will be receiving the newsletter on line. I will be sending a reminder each month that the newsletter will available at our website: Click here to access. The website also contains articles and links to useful information about our club.

In case I do forget, the current newsletter should be available at the website anyway, soon after the first of each month.

Best regards,

Ed White
Chairman of the Mailing Committee