In life, it is important for women to have close friendships with other women. Women thrive both emotionally and physically from friendships with other women. These bonds are important for female wellbeing and livelihood. Research finds that women are hardwired to crave close friendships and these relationships come with unique benefits to our emotional and physical wellbeing and health.
So, if you are a woman 55+ who wants to expand or develop either a circle of meaningful friendships or looking for that "forever friend" then this is your Group. With that said if think you "hit it off" with one or more of ladies in the group - it is "Perfect" if you do things together outside of "meetup" and form your own circle of friends. This is the Delilah's of Dunedin .... where friendships begin!
Your ideas, participation, leadership and involvement
are most welcome!
All members have the ability to schedule and host Meet Ups!
We now have monthly meetups for Bunco, Movies, and Happy Hours!
** When joining please be sure to post recent picture;
one in which we can see your face. **
Thanks for visiting our MeetUp Group.
Hope to meet YOU soon!
Membership dues are $5 a year. This covers Administrative Costs.
Payment is accepted using: Amazon, PayPal or Check. Dues will not be collected at Meet Ups. There are instructions on the site about paying dues. There are no refunds being ofered.
Attendance: Active Members are the key to having a group where women develop friendships. So, after joining please be sure to RSVP to a Delilah MeetUp and attend within 30 days of joining! Snow Birds are most welcome in our membership. Dues are $5 yearly, attendance is encouraged - members will not be removed for lack of attendance.
Removal from the Group: Unfortunately, there is ocassions to remove ladies from the group. These are behavior based and should never happen. Remember, RSVP's are very important --- don't stand people up, don't leave someone waiting and looking for you, and don't develop a trend of cancels that are day before or same day -- that imposes unnessary stress on your event organizer.