The Financial and Social Club for Members over 55
The Quality Time Club® was established for Credit Union members who are age 55 and over as a way to recognize the special place they hold in Greylock. Members of the Club have a relationship over and above regular membership. The Club rewards QTC members with special services including free checks, money orders, and other benefits, and invites participation in committees and events. A quarterly newsletter dedicated to the interests of seniors is sent to members to keep everyone up to date with Club information. The Club offers interesting programs for members to stay active, financially informed, and to meet new people.
The Quality Time Club began in 1990, and a credit to its strength is a group of volunteers who serve as its officers. Terms are for two years. The officer positions are elected by the membership. All the officers represent the Club and Greylock at community events when appropriate. Anyone interested in running for office for the Quality Time Club should consult information in the quarterly QTC newsletter.
Assists with the quarterly meeting agenda; assists with arrangements for speakers; presents the President's Report at quarterly meetings.
Coordinates the set-up and volunteers for the quarterly meetings; keeps an inventory of supplies; presents the Vice President's Report at quarterly meetings.
Records meeting minutes and attendance; drafts a meeting summary for the newsletter; presents the Secretary's Report at quarterly meetings.
"Grandbuddy" was the name chosen for members of the Quality Time Club who volunteer to work with students, classrooms, and teachers at Greylock's Partner-In-Education, Williams Elementary School.
The idea for the program came from the fact that many of the Williams students (grades K-5) have no relatives in the immediate area, and possibly even no significant adult in their day-to-day lives.
But since the students do have grandparents, and the QTC volunteers do have grandchildren, it was decided not to infringe on these very special relationships. Thus, the term "Grandbuddy" was determined to be an appropriate name.
Grandbuddys are very special people who are part of a very special partnership. Williams, Greylock, the children, the teachers, and the volunteers all benefit from this special program.