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WELCOME TO THE WEB SITE OF SIR BRANCH 16
              • We are a social group for retired men. See “ABOUT US” below.
              • We meet for lunch once per month, on the first Tuesday of the month, at the Poplar Creek Golf Club Resturant ,
                    Coyote Point,San Mateo, 1700 Coyoye Point Drive.
              • See the “Newsletter” heading on the left for the upcoming speaker and other announcements.
              • Lunch is at 12:00 noon. Check-in starts at 11:30 with a no-host bar available.
              • We have an active golf group that plays once per week on Thursdays, plus two outings to Monterey each year.
                       For more information see the “Golf” heading on the left side of this page.
              • We are always open to new members.
to get to address above take 101 north to exit 417b ( Peninsula Ave) look for Coyote Point Drive

The link below will take you to the quarterly publication of the statewide SIR organization
and provide information on the activities of some other state branches.
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ABOUT US

Sons In Retirement (SIR) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation for retired men, devoted to the promotion of independence and dignity of retirement. SIR's purpose is to assist men in renewing former friendships and provide opportunities to make new friends through association with other retirees.

The only requirement for membership is that a man be retired. Membership is open to men retired from FULLTIME gainful occupation, regardless of age, race, color or religion. We, your fellow retired men from nearly all professions including business, science, engineering, legal, medicine, and education, invite all who meet these criteria to consider joining SIR (Sons In Retirement).

Founded in 1958 for the strict enjoyment of retired men, the SIR organization has grown to 176 branches with over 25,000 members in Northern California. There are no initiation fees. In lieu of dues, an opportunity to contribute to the expenses of branch is encouraged. Volunteers man all office and administrative positions from the statewide organization down through the Region, Area, and local Branch. The SIR organization exists strictly for the enjoyment and dignity of retired men.