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3rd Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.

Members’ Homes

Lynne Ostrow: (304) 599-1061

All member of the Morning Book Discussion give input into the selection of books and create a list from the suggestions.  The following criteria are used for the selection: at least one non-fiction choice, consideration of local or regional authors, stories with WV ties, recommendations from members who have read a book or reviews of books, and current "buzz" about a book. New members are always welcomed by our group.


2nd Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.

Members’ Homes

Sylvia Cooper: (304) 599-4207

Allison Nichols: (304) 291-1322

Campus Club’s Evening Book Discussion meets at members’ homes on the second Tuesday of each month.  We try to read an eclectic variety of books:  novels, non-fiction, biography etc.  Books are suggested by members at each meeting.  For us, a good book is one that encourages a good discussion. We try to have books lined up for the next 2 -3 months.  True to type, we are friends and enjoy visiting with each other, but only after we have discussed the book!  We welcome new members and appreciate how they broaden our perspective.


2nd Thursday: Optional Lunch at 11:30 a.m.,

Bridge at 12:45 p.m.

Heritage Village

Joan Haggerty: (304) 212-5073

Kathy Lessing: (304) 599-2865

 If you like to play bridge, come to Heritage Village on the second Thursday of each month to play with other members of the Campus Club.  All levels of play are welcome.

3rd Thursday at 11:30 a.m.
Local Restaurants
Dottie Rauch: (304) 599-6878

The Luncheon Group meets at a local restaurant every month for nine months, September through May.  Our first luncheon which will be Thursday, September 22nd will be our organizational meeting.  We go to a variety of local restaurants that are recommended by the members.  Volunteers sign up for a month to be the hostess.  The hostess makes a tentative reservation with the chosen restaurant, sends reminders to the members, receives RSVPs, confirms the number attending with the restaurant, and brings a sweet treat, usually in the form of chocolate candy, to be shared with everyone after lunch.  We have about 10 to 12 in attendance most of the time.  We have a good time visiting and sharing.  There is always an open place at the table for more.


Dates and Times TBD

Harriet Loth: (304) 594-0290

The Movie Watchers Group goes to movies at one of the two movie theaters in town and then has lunch or dinner together at a restaurant nearby.  The group leader keeps an eye on current listings and selects movies she thinks will be of interest to most people.  The group attends movies either in the afternoon or early evening.  Members are informed about selected movies via email or telephone.


Dates and Times TBD

Diana Love: (540) 357-0217

The “Not Quite: Gourmet group is for all those who enjoy trying new recipes and joining with others to eat creatively prepared meals.   Each fall the menu committee constructs menus with accompanying recipes and distributes them to members.  Members volunteer to host meals of approximately 8 individuals (including spouses/partners) at their homes.  The host provides the main entre and the wines.  Each member prepares one of the other courses.  At the end of the meal, expenses are tallied and divided so that everyone pays the same amount.  This year the schedule will be something like this:  October -- Wine/cheese Kickoff (Botanic Garden); Early December -- Group Get Together; January --Personal Chef Dinner; February, March, April -- Gourmet Menu Dinners;  May/June -- Final Picnic.


3rd Wednesday at 9:30 a.m.

Heritage Village

Chris Linton

Do you enjoy quilting and want to exchange ideas, patterns, or fabrics with other quilters?  Then join the group that meets at Heritage Village on the third Wednesday of each month. 


Dates and Times TBD

Penny Thomas: (304) 292-5909

Sandy Putnam: (304) 292-5148

The Campus Club Dineout Road Trip Interest Group gathers once a month to dine at recommended, well-rated restaurants in the area - those at a distance (40-50 miles maximum) in the good weather months of March/April through November/December and closer to Morgantown in the deep winter. Rides are always available. An average of 20-25 members, spouses, sometimes adult children, and friends meet at restaurants around 6-6:30 pm on Saturdays or for Sunday brunch to enjoy interesting, fun, friendly company and delicious food."

"Restaurants planned for 2016-2017 may include the Summit Inn in Uniontown PA, Deer Park Inn in Oakland, PA, the Union Grill in Washington PA, Muriale's in Fairmont, Deep Creek Seafood or Cornish Manor in Oakland, MD, Julio's in Clarksburg, Provence Bistro in Bridgeport, the Back Porch in Belle Vernon, PA, and Twelve Oaks in Brownsville, PA. Morgantown restaurant choices may include Table 9, Sargasso, Stefano's, and others. Recommendations are welcome. Restaurants are handicapped accessible with ramps and sometimes elevators


1st Thursday at 1:00 p.m.

Terra Cafe, Star City

Chris Shafer: (304) 292-3162

 If you like to play scrabble, come to the Terra Cafe in Star City first Thursday of each month at 1 p.m. to play with other members of the Campus Club.  Members frequently come early, have lunch at the Cafe and visit before we play.  All levels of play are welcome.


Thursdays at 8:30 a.m.

Local Trails

Hope Covey: (304) 292-2830

The Walking Group meets at various rail trail locations. Information as to meeting place is sent via email the Tuesday before.  We generally avoid walking in and through the downtown trail area due to heavier traffic. The group welcomes anyone who can walk 3 miles in an hour.  The trails are generally level or have gradual elevation.  We walk 30 minutes in one direction and then return.  Some members walk faster than others, so we tend to spread out in twos and threes.  Walks may be canceled at the last minute via email if it is raining at 7:45 A.M.  Otherwise, we prepare to get wet if rain is in forecast.  Snow cover on trails tends to be icy and we don't schedule walks in that case.