New England Chapter Updates

New England Chapter Celebrates the Last Day of Summer at the Home of Hank Mackor

New member and photographer Drew Hyman snapped this wonderful group photo!

One of New England’s most well-traveled members, Hank Mackor, graciously offered to host the chapter luncheon at his beautiful home near in West Warwick, Rhode Island. Guests were transfixed the collection of albums, including both photos and memorabilia, he created of his travels to more than 200 countries. An accomplished photographer, his walls feature more than 200 framed photographs of each of his destinations.

Two members were presented with certificates for achieving milestones. Troy Santulli has reached 200, and Troy’s father and chapter coordinator Dave Santulli was honored for reaching 250. Dave and Troy wore the same shirts they wore to the presidential inauguration in the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) on island of Pohnpei in the capital of Palikir!

Luncheon host Hank Mackor fronts a selection of his more than 200 travel albums.
Chapter coordinator Dave Santulli (250) and his son Troy (200) were presented certificates by Hank Mackor for achieving country milestones.
93-year-old Marilyn (“Jean”) Bird is striving to reach the 150 milestone… and her active plan is that she will celebrate 150 with her daughter Leslie at the Azores conference in May 2024!
In their travels, Dave and Troy attended the presidential inauguration of the Federated States of Micronesia in local shirts.

New England Chapter Gathering Set for Sept. 23 Near Providence

Dear Travelers’ Century Club of New England Members & Friends, We are delighted to invite you to join a “Last Day of Summer Soirée” taking place on Sept. 23, 2023 from noon to 2 p.m.! As the last day of summer approaches in the “Ocean State,” we thought it would be a wonderful occasion to… Read more »

April 2023 New England Chapter Update

The New England TCC Chapter met on April 15 for some delicious Azorean cuisine and even greater conversations. A special thanks to Dave Netzer for his fabulous talk on the Azores in which he shared about his visits to all nine of the islands. Thanks too for Dave’s special gifts, which included black sand from… Read more »