Our Senior Banker program strives to meet the needs of our seniors by providing opportunities for fun and fellowship through our travels, meetings and other exciting activities. Want to join the fun? Any senior interested in getting involved in the Senior Banker Program trips and/or other activities should call Aubrey Corbitt in Eastman (478-374-4754), Mary Ann Young in Cochran (478-934-4400), or Traci Silva in Warner Robins (478-987-6000). Contact Aubrey Corbitt: .
Senior Bankers Enjoy Northeastern Fall Trip
Fifty-one CB&T Senior Bankers recently completed a multi-city tour of the northeast. After departing from Middle Georgia, the group traveled through the beautiful fall foliage areas of the Carolinas. An overnight stay in North Carolina was followed by a trip through Virginia and on into our nation’s capital, Washington, DC. This unexpected drive through the District of Columbia, gave the group a quick glimpse of many of the area’s famous historical sites. The Senior Bankers then continued on to an excellent dinner stop in Delaware and then to an overnight stay in Edison, New Jersey.
The next day started with an early morning drive into New York City – The Big Apple! After picking up the step on guide, the city tour included visits to Times Square, Central Park and Rockefeller Center where many on the group enjoyed a visit to the Top of the Rock for a panoramic view of the beautiful city. The tour then proceeded to Lower Manhattan, the financial district, the Freedom Tower at Ground Zero and Battery Park for an excellent view of the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty. After an evening meal at B. Smith’s famous NYC restaurant, the Senior’s then departed for a three night stay in beautiful Atlantic City where they enjoyed a day of leisure in New Jersey and time to visit the Famous Boardwalk and sights along the Atlantic Ocean.
After a day in New Jersey, the Seniors then boarded the motor coach for a visit to Philadelphia. The City of Brotherly Love proved to be a very popular destination for the group. Visits to Independence Hall, Betsy Ross’ House, Benjamin Franklin’s grave, the Philadelphia Mint, historic Christ Church, the Liberty Bell and a trip to the top of the “Rocky Balboa” steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art kept the Seniors very busy. Many even topped the day off with a famous Philly Cheese Steak before heading back to Atlantic City.
The next two days were spent traveling back to Middle Georgia. The beautiful fall foliage and a quick stop in Baltimore, Maryland highlighted the return trip. Much discussion was held about the upcoming trips. Space is still available for the December3rd-7th trip to the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, the February 12th-14th Savannah to Beaufort, S.C. East Coast tour, the April 17th-23rd visit to Dallas - Fort Worth, the summer cruise to the British Isles, the September 28th-October 5th Pacific West Coast Cruise and Christmas 2013 in the Big Apple – New York City December 5th-11th! Call Aubrey Corbitt today at (478) 374-4754 to join our Senior Bankers on any of these exciting upcoming adventures.