As stated in our Constitution, Activities Unlimited is organized to provide a means
whereby retired and semi-retired men come together for fellowship, and to cultivate
and expand hobbies or activities that may be of interest to any segment of the membership.
While we are sponsored by the Wyckoff Reformed Church we are non-sectarian and non-political.
We currently have approximately 350 members and support 22 different activities,
covering a broad spectrum of interests. Members are encouraged to participate in
as many activities as they want. Click HEREto access the activities section of
the website for a description of each of our activities.
At each of our monthly meeting, new members are introduced. We want to make the process
of joining Activities Unlimited as easy, welcoming and rewarding as possible. If
you are interested, and I hope you are, you may start the process by contacting our
Membership Chairman, Walt Widmer at 201-562–8666 or myself, Herb Umland, at 201-891-6638.
Our website also provides a means of contacting us.
Note from the President
New Members: Click Here to find out how to become a member of AU and to view our
members participating in various activities.
New Web-Pages: We are introducing a new page on our web-site that will allow members
to reach out to other members. Click Here to experience this new web-page that is
part of our Contact Us section of our web-site.
Also, we added a new page to our web-site that will show pictures of members who
participate in various activities, functions and Trips and Tour events. Our latest
event - The Beefsteak Dinner on January 16th has been added to the photo page. Click
Here to visit this new Photo Page … this page can also be accessed from the “About
AU Hikers -Five of the AU Hikers did a 10 mile hike on Monday, April 28th. Click
here to see how one of the hikers prepared for the 5 mile return portion of the hike.
Annual Stock Picking Contest -click Here to see the latest results. Bill Foley is
the winner for 2013 with an $82,364 gain. Second place was Don Fairbairn and third
place went to Ed Schlachman.
Computer Threats - Click Here to read an interesting article titled Beware the Rise