Mrs. Mary Luther is a retired English as Second Language teacher and a North Carolina State Health Plan member. When her husband, a Humana member, received a newsletter from their local Neighborhood Center, the Book Club caught her interest. She’s so glad she decided to attend a meeting – the Book Club has been an excellent way to make like-minded, avid reader friends. After most meetings, Mrs. Luther eats lunch with the Book Club, continuing their discussions and building true friendships.
“There’s something special about this group, says Mrs. Luther. The group pivoted to Zoom during the pandemic, which helped keep the group connected. “Books take you to another place, which is especially good during COVID.”
The Greensboro Book Club
- Book club meets twice a month on Fridays, from 10-11 ET at the Humana Neighborhood Center in Greensboro (1564A Highwoods Blvd.)
- Recently read books include, “The Kite Runner,” “Where the Crawdads Sing,” and biographies about Charles Lindberg and Henrietta Lax
- Book Club is open to everyone, and there is no cost to join