Welcome to the Endacott Society. 

Who knew retirement could be so much fun!

As a new member we recommend that you familiarize yourself with the following right away:

Retirees E-mail List

Weekly Endacott Society updates and other announcements, some serious, some not so much, are posted to this list which is open only to Endacott Society members.  To join the list send an e-mail to endacottsociety@gmail.com and ask to be added.  Be sure to include your first and last name in the message.  If you want to keep up with what’s going at the Society, this is must.

Newsletters

Under normal circumstances our newsletter is published to our web site monthly.  It would contain details of the events coming up for the month, and some other news.  During the pandemic the publication schedule is intermittent and the articles are a bit more chatty.  Be sure look look at some of the previous newsletters too.

Calendar

The Featured Upcoming Events list on our home page only shows the next few events.  To see the full schedule go to the Calendar.  Also each activity has its own event list (see below).

Activities

Go to Activities – Activities and Groups to get a description of what each activity is about, and when the next meeting is scheduled.  You can also get to an activity by clicking on one of the moving icons at the bottom of the home page.

Archive

The Endacott Society has been around since 1983 (It was called the KU Retirees Club then.), and we have done a lot of things.  Check out the archive for a sample of the activities we like to remember.

Library

It’s not currently open due to the pandemic, but when the Adams Alumni Center is open again stop by our library where we keep the Oral History transcripts and the scrapbooks containing Endacott Society history.

Show up

Last, but not least, join in our meetings and activities whenever you can.  You’ll be most welcome.

Master of Ceremonies Janis Hutchison livens up a 90's Party
The Solar Eclipse Party on August 21, 2016, held on the rooftop of the Oread Hotel, was organized by Paul Stephen Lim. Government-approved solar eclipse glasses were provided for $1 apiece.