The ONLINE BRIDGE, a sub-set of the full Bridge, is updated following publication of each full Bridge, and the EVENT SCHEDULE is also updated when new event information becomes available. The ARCHIVES page, updated at least monthly during the active part of the club year, contains a variety of memory lane items, including back issues of the online Bridge, photo galleries, minutes of board meetings and treasurer's reports.
The USEFUL LINKS page has new information on retiree clubs, senior discounts, (did you know there is 10% off at Safeway on the first Wednesday of each month?), medical & health and genealogy, as well as a Honeywell dashboard with a variety of information about the company—financial news, general news and patents.
The PHOENIX AREA ATTRACTIONS page has new information on a wide variety of local attractions—parks & preserves, spectator sports, performing arts, cultural history, museums, art galleries, and, of course "miscellaneous"! Please let us know at email@example.com if you have any suggestions for additions to the list, or if you find something that needs correcting.
These are the kinds of activities that HRSC has:
The Honeywell Retiree Social Club of Arizona (HRSC) extends a warm welcome to all Honeywell retirees who worked for Honeywell in the state of Arizona. Our purpose is to help you maintain contact with your retired Honeywell associates and to provide a variety of information and activities of interest. To do this, HRSC provides many social activities so that friendships can be renewed and maintained on a regular basis. These include picnics, luncheons, horse race meetings, golf outings, tours, cruises, trips, and lecture/discussion meetings on a variety of subjects. Many people have fond memories of interaction with their associates and loss of them is one of the drawbacks of retirement. We encourage all retirees to participate in these activities to renew, maintain and expand contact with people they have come to know well over the years and to form new friendships with others in the Honeywell family.
All retirees from Honeywell are eligible for membership and invited to join. This includes retirees from organizations that merged with Honeywell or were at one point part of Honeywell.
HRSC publishes a newsletter, The Bridge, 9 times a year, which is distributed to all members. Membership costs $5 per year, and the membership year ends on April 30. To join, fill out the Membership Application and send it to the address given. Please consider joining for two, three or five years by sending $10, $15 or $25 to reduce administrative work—several members have sent in $50 so they do not have to worry about it for ten years! Honeywellers who leave Arizona after retirement are welcome to join or continue membership and receive The Bridge.
The club is a social network of Honeywell retirees and as such does not deal with pension, health care or other benefits. Please direct these questions to the Honeywell Retirement Service Center at 1 800 526 0744 or honeywell.com/retiree.HRSC Mission Statement
HRSC is a social organization in
Arizona for Honeywell International, Inc. retirees. This organization
will be open without regard to prior class of employment, race, creed,
sex or geographical residence.
The paper Bridge is sent out by Honeywell, who outsource the task. It
is typically delivered about two weeks after the eBridge, so apart from
getting news late, you may miss out on events with first come, first
The Honeywell & Garrett Retiree Clubs (HRSC & GRC), in partnership with Honeywell Aerospace, sponsor annual scholarships. These scholarships are awarded to direct family descendants of active and deceased members of either HRSC or GRC. Eligible students will be attending one of the three major state universities (ASU, NAU, UA). For details on eligibility, when to apply, award amounts, and whom to contact, look on the SCHOLARSHIPS page on this website and look for announcements in The Bridge.
accepted from December 1 to April 1.
Note that the structure of the scholarship organization was changed in 2015, creating a Scholarship Foundation, in order to ensure non-profit status; this is reflected in the Club Sponsored Programs section of the bylaws.
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