The February luncheon will be Tuesday, February 13thThe entrĂ©e will be Grilled Chicken with peaches/goat cheese and rice pilaf.  Dessert will be chocolate velvet cake,  Cost of the luncheon is $20.  Doors open at 9:30, meeting begins at 10:15.

 Our preferred method of payment is a check made payable to ANC.  The deadline for reservations is Thursday,  February 8th.

If you cancel your luncheon reservation after noon on the Thursday prior to the meeting, you must pay the $20 luncheon fee. Have a friend bring your meal to you if you cannot attend.

For reservations or cancellations, either email [email protected] or call

A-L    Linda Kilelee - 803-514-2447   

M-Z    Jeanne Majidi - 505-920-3511

GREETERS:  Maryann Bange, Kaye Dzwileski

 AMBASSADOR:  Lynn Hergenrader


Aiken Senior Life Services - A private, charitable non-profit organization established in 1971.  Nourishing seniors and fueling independence by providing meals, transportation and social interaction to older adults.


We still have 2 vacancies to fill:   Social,  Publicity/Historian

If you are interested, the position descriptions are available on the website or reply to this email and we can email it. You can also contact Melissa Denardo at [email protected] for more information.

Welcome to Aiken, South Carolina!

Representing true southern hospitality and charm, the Aiken Newcomers' Club (ANC) provides a valuable service to the residents of Aiken, South Carolina and surrounding regions. ANC does not limit its members to actual newcomers to the area, but rather offers an opportunity for women to socialize, represent Aiken, and give back to the community.

We have many activities and events but our regular monthly meeting is a Luncheon meeting held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Newberry Hall, 117 Newberry Street SW.  The doors open at 9:30 AM; meeting begins at 10:15 AM.  Click here to see more information about our Luncheon meetings. 

Our Mission Statement:

Aiken Newcomers' Club shall provide opportunities to its members to become acquainted with other members, as well as with the many community activities and functions. 

The Club will undertake and complete charitable, humanitarian, and social welfare projects, while being nonpartisan, nonsectarian, nonpolitical, and nonprofit.





      Cardiovascular disease kills more women than all forms of cancer combined and yet only 44% of women recognize that cardiovascular disease is their greatest health threat.  Most cardiac and stroke events can be prevented through education and lifestyle changes, such as moving more, eating smart and managing blood pressure.  While there are an estimated 4.1 million female stroke survivors today, approximately 57.5% of total stroke deaths are in women.                                                                                                        


President -                 Carol Wood                 [email protected]                                           

Vice President -        Amy Connolley            [email protected]

Co-Treasurers -         Kathy Davis                  [email protected]

                                      Lucy Sutter                   [email protected]