Welcome to Sons In Retirement, Branch # 161, located in Discovery Bay, Ca.
Celebrating our 29th year! Our monthly luncheon meetings are held in the Discovery Bay Country Club.
COVID-19 SIR Update
On March 17, 2020, SIR, Inc., The SIR Parent Corporation, corresponded with all Branches directing a postponement of all SIR luncheons and activities “UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE”. There will be no exceptions. We will, of course, monitor the situation on a daily basis. Thank you for your patience.
Roy Bristow, Your Big Sir.
SIR Branch 161 news updatesIn an attempt to keep our members updated on news items between monthly issues of our newsletter, we’re adding news items linked on the right side of this page. Check under SIR Branch 161 links. These news items are also communicated to Branch membbers via email.
SIR Branch 161 upcoming luncheon meeting dates
Luncheon meetings are currently on hold due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Branch 161 Activities
Our members participate in a number of activities, including, bowling, golf, pickleball, tennis and cycling, in addition to less stressful activities such as wine tasting. We hold monthly luncheon meetings with informative speakers or good entertainment, and hold a monthly dinner-with-the-ladies that spouses attend. Read more about these and other Branch 161 activities in our latest newsletter (see link on the right of your screen).
Click the Photos button in the menu above to see more photos of various Branch 161 events.
About Sons In Retirement
We are a branch of Sons In Retirement, a nonprofit public benefit organization for men, devoted to improving the lives of our members through fun activities and events, while making friends for life.
Read more about the SIR organization and its branches by clicking the State SIR links on the right of your screen.
Navigating this site
In the right panel you’ll see links to the SIR Inc web site, to our latest Branch 161 newsletter, and several other items.
Above you’ll see a menu with links to other pages containing information for both new and existing members.