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Join Cary Newcomers

The Cary Newcomers Club exists to promote new associations and friendships through shared social activities. The club holds 20+ special interest member activities every month in addition to its general meeting, which is held on the first Wednesday of every month (except July) at the Cornerstone Presbyterian Church on High House Road in Cary.

As a club member, your benefits are many: (1) you make new friends; (2) you find like-minded people ready and organized to do fun activities; (3) you learn about your community through the club's local, civic, cultural, and service programs; (4) you can feel good by helping others when you participate in the club's fundraising activities for designated local charities; and (5) you can stay a member for as long as you want.

All residents of Cary, North Carolina, and its surrounding areas (Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, and Fuquay-Varina) are eligible for membership, without regard to race, creed, sex, national origin, or any other social factor. At present, the Cary Newcomers Club's membership numbers over 200 households (or approximately 300 adults eighteen years old and older). The club's dues are $30 per year per household.  

To learn more about the Cary Newcomers Club, visit its website at


Click here to see the RPP interview with the President of the Cary Newcomers Club

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