Millburn Old Guard


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George H. Bauer Community Center in Taylor Park

Meeting Place of the Millburn Old Guard
















Membership in the Old Guard brings together business executives and professionals over 50 years of age, who are residents or former residents of Millburn-Short Hills and neighboring communities.























The Millburn Old Guard was organized on May 8, 1958 and incorporated on October 16, 1959 as a non-profit corporation. Its certificate of incorporation was restated on December 1, 2011.

The club was created as a result of the efforts of A. Ross Meeker, then Chairman of the Township Recreation Committee, and of George H. Bauer, then Superintendent of Recreation.


























The Old Guard is governed by a Council elected annually by the membership. The Council is composed of the President, First and Second Vice-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, Member at Large and Immediate Past President.


















The club provides an opportunity for members to meet socially in an informal atmosphere.  The meetings take place on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month (except during July and August), 10:30 AM until noon, at the Bauer Community Center in Taylor Park.

Each meeting features a program that starts at about 11:00 a.m.

Programs include talks by local, state and national government officials, top professionals, academics, authors and members who have special talents or unusual experiences, as well as other special events.


















The Old Guard welcomes new members. Anyone interested in becoming a member should ask a friend who is already a member to bring him/her to one of our weekly meetings, come alone, or write to the Membership Committee. A member will then call you and provide helpful information.


















All Members who are able to do so are urged to take part in one or more Old Guard activities

The success of the Old Guard depends on the work of the many members who serve on Committees, as well as that of the Monthly Program Chairman.

You will find that active participation is both interesting and enjoyable. It promotes the close associations and friendship that are the hallmarks of the Old Guard.