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Retired Men’s Group

Walking in the footsteps of our Trinity retired brothers on our journey with God!

Providing opportunities to connect with other men, to promote friendships, and to enhance support for our brothers in faith.

We promote opportunities for life enrichment, to serve others through use of our skills and strengths, and for outreach into the community and the world. Events are generally planned each month. For more information please contact John Hodler.



Twins Baseball Outing

Tuesday, Sept. 17
6:40 pm Game at Target Field VS Chicago White Sox
$30 per ticket

Meet at Trinity at 4:40 p.m. to carpool (or meet us at Target Field). We have secured 25 tickets for the game. Right Field (Section 138, Rows 2-5). Trinity retired men have first call on tickets.

Cost is $30 (includes admission plus $10 loaded value). The loaded value is $10 that can be used for food, beverage or merchandise. Simply scan the bar code at the concession stands, use like a gift card (no physical voucher). The monetary value is electronically attached to the ticket itself.

RSVP by Aug. 7 to Jon Fogelberg advising how many tickets, and if you can drive (and if so, how many passengers can you take?).

Fall Kayak Outing

Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 8:30 am

Kerri Kolstad of Wahoo Adventures will guide the trip, furnish the equipment, and food.

We will meet at 8:30 a.m. at the Osceola Landing. Parking and latrines are available. Directions will be provided.

We will carpool and transport gear to Interstate Park, Wisconsin Side. At that point we will launch our 2-hour paddle back to the Osceola Landing where lunch will be enjoyed.

Price for the total package: $40

Included in the trip’s package: 

  • Kayak and paddle
  • Personal floatation device
  • water, snacks, and lunch

Canoes are available, please notify Jerry Herbst of this preference when you sign up. Sign up by Sept. 22 is required to reserve a space.

Please contact Jerry Herbst to RSVP and indicate your kayak or canoe preference.

Earth Day Network Campaign: End Plastic Pollution

Tuesday, Oct. 8 at 9 am in the Garden Room

From poisoning and injuring marine life to disrupting human hormones, from littering our beaches and landscapes to clogging our waste streams and landfills, the exponential growth of plastics is now threatening the survival of our planet.

Plastic is a great substance for many uses. But it is not biodegradable and is polluting our planet. Only about 7 percent of plastic is recycled and the rest ends up in landfills, polluting the land and in the ocean killing fish, birds and other wildlife.

Join the Retired Men’s Group on Oct. 8, and learn what we can do about this problem. Together we can work to end plastic pollution! This event is open to all!

Our presenter is Bonnie Nord, Sustainability Specialist at Waste Wise. Bonnie joined Waste Wise in October 2018. She helps businesses in Washington and Ramsey Counties implement and improve recycling and organics programs.