Founded in 1943, the Apollos are the longest established Club Within the Club at the MAC. Music, good fellowship and community service are some of the rewards of being an Apollo.
The Associates are part of the MAC's "Associate" membership category; those who are 30 years of age and under. They enjoy planning happy hours and pub crawls along with other social and networking opportunities.
Members read for enjoyment and have an opportunity to discuss the book with others. The group converses about the story line and ideas within the book, and explores the creativity and work of writing books.
Fellowship is promoted amongst members through playing cards.
Monthly breakfast meetings are hosted with varying formats including speakers, short presentations and round table discussions focusing on business practices, process and development topics. Members and guests also have opportunities to network.
Each year, three charities are selected as beneficiaries, and the money collected during the year is divided among the three organizations.
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By meeting brew masters from local breweries and sampling their products, members learn about all of the craft beers available in the St. Louis area.
Dance lessons are taught by an award-winning ballroom instructor, and this club sponsors regular dances at the MAC.
Older MAC members plan social meetings and events.
Members who enjoy playing golf get together on a regular basis, host leagues, outings and trips.
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This group of ladies plans fun and exciting outings to places around the St. Louis area for lunch, dinner or an activity.
Members enjoy unique hunting and fishing adventures along with observance of the latest conservation practices using first class equipment.
This group offers opportunities throughout the year for members to meet, socialize and dine in a relaxed atmosphere while enjoying a cocktail, cigar and hors d’oeuvres.
This group meets for lunch at the Downtown Clubhouse on a monthly basis. A speaker is featured for each meeting. Past speakers have shared their impressions or experiences of the Battle of Iwo Jima, Battle of Midway and other important military events.
Part of a worldwide group of more than 10,000 clubs, MAC Toastmasters focuses on helping men and women learn and practice the arts of public speaking, listening and critical thinking.
This club is open to all members interested in wine and offers social activities focused on wine tasting, pairing and education.