1940s & 50s Club

Our club connects Riderwood Village residents born in the 1940s & 50s for fun, companionship, and learning in a group that shares similar generational life experiences. As a club member, these activities are open for your participation.

We are not including any contact information for officers and committee members on the website as that would make the information available to hackers. Please use the Riderwood Directory to get the contact information for members.

Joining the Club

Request membership – Please send a message to Wren Wilhelm with your email address.  Once you have paid your dues (details below), she will send you the link to join. She cannot add you, you have to do it and she approves it. When you have joined, she will add you to the roster.

Pay dues – Jackie Silber, our treasurer, collects dues which are $5 per member per year (January to January), keeps records of who paid (income) and expenses with receipts.


We need volunteers to keep the club running with all the activities we enjoy, i.e. pot luck lunches, teaching and playing Hand & Foot, Encore Theater resident lectures and, best of all, making new friends from our generations.

Click here for more information about the activities and the people who run them.


  • President, Bob Kuhns
  • Vice President, Diana Glockner
  • Treasurer, Jackie Silber
  • Secretary, Vera Buffaloe
  • Membership and Computer Oversight, Wren Wilhelm

Support for Riderwood Efforts

Our club supports the Benevolent Care Fund with a yearly donation. We also support Riderwood efforts with volunteers from the club when asked. We have had a table at the Craft Fair and sold buttons (“Hi, I can’t remember your name either”) to benefit the Benevolent Care Fund. In the past, members have stepped up to volunteer, so reach out to indicate your interest and to help.

Let’s enjoy the good times at Riderwood together!