ARE YOU A MAN
WE WANT YOU!
1st Saturday of most months
9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.±
in the Conference Room of
Murphy Creek Golf Course
1700 S. Old Tom Morris Road, Aurora, CO 80018. [map]
Where haven’t you been?! When was the last time you got out of the house to share your thoughts and discuss your experiences with other men who have MS?
Staying at home does nothing to lessen the impacts of MS. Just as aerobics is exercise for the body, being with others who have MS is exercise for the psyche.
Please note: there is no meeting in July. However, we meet the first Saturday of most months and we encourage you to verify and/or RSVP.
Contact George at email@example.com
- July 2 (No meeting)
- August 6
- September 3
- October 1
- November 5
- December 3
No whining: we approach MS from a man’s point of view.
Our discussions are informal in an open meeting atmosphere. The men in this small group share what’s on their minds and how they’ve dealt with issues raised by others and suggestions for coping.
Meetings are on the first Saturday of each month from 9:30 am to 11:00± am in the conference room between the Pro Shop and the Murphy Creek Tavern & Restaurant at Murphy Creek Golf Course, 1700 S. Old Tom Morris Road, Aurora, CO 80018. [map]
- Is there a charge to attend?
No. This group is put together by men with MS who volunteer to organize and coordinate the meetings.
- Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
If you have MS, are a male, and at least 18 years old, you meet the requirement!
- How many men can attend?
We meet in a small conference room that can accommodate 8 to 10 people. However, we are an intentionally small group and anticipate between 3 and 5 people.
- What about accessibility?
Plenty of disabled parking and NO steps.
- What are the topics?
Discussion of religion and/or politics and sales pitches are forbidden. Be aware, endorsement of any drug therapy is neither intended nor implied by the Men’s Group or National MS Society.
- RSVPs are appreciated but not required.
- Is there a contact for this group?
Yes, email George Fischer via firstname.lastname@example.org
Why are we called 70/Four70? Simply because we meet in the area not far from the intersection of Interstate 70 and Colorado toll road E-470.
On 3 August 2013, the 70/Four70 MS Men’s Group began meeting on the first Saturday of each month at 9:30 am in the conference room between the Pro Shop and the Murphy Creek Tavern and Restaurant at Murphy Creek Golf Course, 1700 S. Old Tom Morris Road, Aurora, CO 80018. [map] All men with MS are invited to meetings.
Sponsored by the Colorado-Wyoming Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, this small informal all male group discusses all aspects of what it means to be a man with the disease we have in common. In many cases the usual roles of husband/family member, employed individual or bread-winner, maybe even driver, have radically changed.
Our discussions are informal in an open meeting atmosphere of mutual understanding. The men in the group share what’s on their minds and how they’ve dealt with issues raised by others and suggestions for coping.
If you are a man with MS and at least 18-years of age, you already have a membership card, so please join us!
― Anne Frank, The Diary of a Young Girl
Sorry, we no longer hold monthly Third Thursday Happy Hours from 3:30 to 5:30
at McCabe’s Bistro & Pub in the Southlands shopping area.
The National MS Society respects the rights of people with MS to obtain any and all information they want related to MS including information on wellness, medical treatments or complementary therapies, and products and services. The information presented at this meeting does not necessarily reflect the views or official position of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, nor carry the endorsement or support of the Society. For specific medical advice, contact your physician. For the opinion of the Clinical Advisory Board of the National MS Society on any therapy, treatment or product, please contact your chapter at 1-800-344-4867 (1-800-FIGHT-MS), or visit our web site at www.nationalMSsociety.org.