Quality Time with Quality People

Who We Are

We’re a group of people, just like you — well, like one out of every fifty of you, at least. We come from diverse backgrounds, education levels, and yes, political viewpoints. In our area, we also come from a variety of different states and countries, enabling an even greater diversity. Our group is very active; and our newsletter, The 4M, has repeatedly won national awards. If you had a specific area of interest, you could easily find a like-minded group in one of over a hundred different, national Special Interest Groups (SIGs) from Bitcoin to Burning Man.

We’ve scored in the top 2% of certain standardized tests, any number of which can be used for membership. We are aware that there are many different kinds of intelligence, including some that can’t be measured by standardized tests, such as leadership, or artistic. But generally, most of us have an insatiable curiosity, and desire to learn things new. Some are us are analytical, some readers, some math, some artistic; and generally, we’re the ones who laugh at the jokes just a half second before the rest of the crowd.

We are a quirky, wonderful group of people. And we get your humor. And would love to have a spirited conversation about most anything that’s on your mind. Check out the membership information, and join us!

 

 

 

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In one of the most amazing resources on the web, Mensa for kids has lesson plans, suggestions, games and much more to assist you in your child's development.

May 2019, RVC Newsletter

      The American Mensa Committee (AMC) held a teleconference on April 2, 2019 with a very short agenda: to appoint Tracey Guice as the new Regional Coordinator for Region 8 to complete the 2017-2019 term following the recommendation of the Region 8 Local...

AML Elections 2019

With the elections cycle approaching, and incoming email as to Candidate Statements, I've decided to post those that come in, below, for your reference and investigation.If we get no more than one, then one statement it is. So we begin with...  Statement:...

April 2019, RVC Newsletter

     The American Mensa Committee (AMC) met for our final quarterly meeting of the year on March 2, 2019 in Iselin, NJ. Because this was the annual budget approval meeting, there was much to discuss, and the meeting lasted longer than anticipated.     AMC...

Walter (Wally) Gannott, Jr & Janis Stanford; in Memoriam

It's with regret that we announce the passing of two of our members: Wally (Wally) Gannott, Jr (1937-2019), of Bradenton, in January. His wife writes, "though he was unable to attend meetings due to disability, he always enjoyed reading the 4M." --I say, kudos to you,...

March 2019, RVC Newsletter

   Mensa relies on its volunteers to keep the organization going, and we appreciate all of them. There are some who go beyond the nuts and bolts of day-to-day service, and they deserve special recognition. Each year several awards are presented at the...

 

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Mensa's a great organization to join. If you wonder if you qualify, take the sample test and see. If you're ready to go, take the qualifying test, or submit past test results.

Activities and Events

Typical Events

These are some of the events that are frequently on our monthly calendar. Some of these are hosted around town, and some in members’ homes:

  • Cheap Eats, dining out on the cheap around town.

  • Ethnic Dining, various ethnic restaurants around town.

  • Scrabble (multiple times and locations) as well as other Games nights.

  • Picnics—usually draws much of the membership.

  • Great Courses teaching videos, with after-discussion.

  • Kayaking/Canoeing.

  • What would you like to do? We’ll come and hang with you.