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Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Coming Events January 3, 2006

in this issue

The Joy of Sailing Wed Jan 11

American Polish Century Club Tues Jan 3

MPSC Cards Wed Jan 4

Thunderbirds meeting Wed Jan 4

Somerset Ski & Golf Club Meet and Greet Thu Jan 5

GM Ski Club Thu Jan 5

 

Waterford Oaks Dance Fri Jan 6

 

Somerset Ski & Golf Club Fri-Sun Jan 6-8

 

Metropolitan Single Professionals Fri Jan 6

 

Bethany Suburban West Sat Jan 7

 

Metropolitan Single Professionals Sat Jan 7

Claudel and Rodin Exhibit until Feb 3 at the DIA

Campus Martius Park in the Winter


 

The Joy of Sailing Wed Jan 11

from the DRYA:
Sailing enthusiast. Dr. Steve Linoff, and a few of his friends will discuss their love of sailing from their unique and different perspectives; cruising, racing,crewing and full time living aboard, We all have our reasons for our passionate involvement we'd like to share these with you says Dr.Linoff.

The club is located at 788 Lakeshore in Grosse Pointe Shores. The phone number is 313-884-2500 in case you want to call to make dinner reservations prior to the seminar which starts at 7:00 and runs until 9:00

The Seminars are developed with the novice and recreational sailor in mind. These weekly seminars are designed to introduce the sport of sailing to non- sailors and to broaden the knowledge of newer sailors. They are free and open to the public. One need not belong to a club or the DRYA to attend. All Seminars start at 7:00 PM

Editors note: Even though the seminars are aimed at novices, many experienced sailors show up just to talk about sailing on a winter night.

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Proverbs 29-11

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New Years Resolution

Hugging

for 2006

Hugging is healthy!!!

It helps the body's immune system, it keeps you healthier, it cures depression, it reduces stress, it induces sleep, it's invigorating, it's rejuvenating, it has no unpleasant side effects, and hugging is nothing less than a miracle drug.

Hugging is natural

It is organic, naturally sweet, no pesticides, no preservatives, no artificial ingredients and 100 percent wholesome.

Hugging is practically perfect

There are no moveable parts, no batteries to wear out, no periodic checkups, low energy consumption, high energy yield, inflation-proof, non=fattening, no monthly payments, no insurance requirements, theft- proof, non-taxable, non-polluting and , of course, fully returnable.

This from wserversnews:
* Major Jan 5, 2006 Sober Worm Outbreak Expected According to iDefense, a security consulting firm owned by Verisign, on Jan. 5, 2006, there will be a substantial outbreak of the Sober worm. This will come from already infected personal computers (zombies) and from newly infected computers.

If you don't have a personal firewall, get the free Kerio Firewall now. (Link below) It works full-fledged for 30-days and then reverts to Limited Mode, but still does a lot of essential protection. Sunbelt is in the process of acquiring this code, so you can expect support in the new year.

And of course tell all your users that their Anti Virus at the house has to be up-to-date and don't open any attachments, if you don't know what they are. Be especially careful if they come from some one they know! They can download the Keri firewall as well: Down load is here

From one of our readers
Dear Peggyjo,
"Courage is the price that life exacts for granting peace." (ed note: in the 12/27/2005 issue)This is a quote from the writings of Amelia Earhart, poet, inventer, volunteer in the WWI war effort, 1st female pilot to attempt to fly around the world. Her plane went down somewhere in the Pacific, and she was presumed dead. ( Ms. Earhart was also a feminist who was one of the founders of Zonta, an international professional./executive women's service group for women and children's issues. ) I knew the quote because I once presented a biography of Ms. Earhart at a local Zonta "Amelia Earhart Day" and also later used the quote in a personal growth workshop on Courage (to change) which I did for Kirk Singles several years ago.

Pat Hollenkamp

Dear Pat,
Thank you for your email and the information about Amelia Earhart. I did know the origin of the quote but it got lost in the publishing process.

Peggy Jo


  • American Polish Century Club Tues Jan 3
  • American-Polish Century Club, just north of Fourteen Mile on the east side of Maple Lane, across from Maple Lane Golf Course. Maple Lane Road becomes an extension of Hoover at Fourteen Mile Road. Polish- American Century Club, just north of Fourteen Mile

    Live Band Ballroom Dancing (This is not the Polish American Cultural Center which is nearby) .

    7:00 PM $8

  • MPSC Cards Wed Jan 4
  • Newly Remodeled Banquet Area For Directions Only Call (586) 751-4444 Our Area is Non-Smoking We rotate tables every half hour. Cash Bar *A reasonably priced dinner is also available off the menu. Everyone is welcome! Crash Landing 26620 Dequindre Warren, MI Just North of I-696 in Warren from 06:30 PM to 09:30 PM Member price Guest Price Reserve by 2005-12-28

  • Thunderbirds meeting Wed Jan 4
  • The thnderbirds will conduct their meeting at the Hawthorne Valley Country Club Westland, starting at 7:30 PM

  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club Meet and Greet Thu Jan 5
  • Big Fish Bistro 1111 West 14 Mile Madison Heights, MI Just West of I75 from 5:00 PM Meet for a drink Cash Bar and dinner menu available.

  • GM Ski Club Thu Jan 5
  • Warrilow's Bar 2140 Hilton Rd Ferndale, MI 248- 545=5861 The meeting area is a Smoke Free Environment. Please refrain from smoking

    Monthly Meeting starts at 7:00 PM

  • Waterford Oaks Dance Fri Jan 6
  • Temporary location for the month of January!! (During construction at Waterford Oaks Activity Center) Place: William M. Costick Activity Center Gate 4, Door B, Dublin Gym 28600 W. Eleven Mile Road Farmington Hills, MI 48336-1509 Automatic Information

    Singles and Couples.Ballroom Dancing. Ballroom attire. Fox Trot,Waltz,Swing,Cha- Cha,Rumba,Tango,Samba,Mambo,Polka,Viennese.Ballro om Lighting.Cabaret Setting. Coffee,Tea,Sweets,Door Prizes.Music from the 1940's to the present time. .

    $6 8:00 PM

  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club Fri-Sun Jan 6-8
  • Schuss Instructional Weekend Roundtrip Coach @ nights lodging 2 Breakfasts Sat Banquet 8 hours of instruction Contact : Al Panley 248-646-4141

  • Metropolitan Single Professionals Fri Jan 6
  • Gazebo Convention Center 31104 Mound Rd. at 13 Mile Warren for directions only call 586-979-6030

    Single Mingle Top 40 DJ, Cash Bar, Hors d'oeuvres (8:00-9:00)Dressy Casual (No jeans or Tennis Shoes) Non-Smoking .

    $8:00 PM

  • Bethany Suburban West Sat Jan 7
  • St Robert Bellarmine Parish Hall, 2701 W. Chicago Rd. Redford

    $10 8:00 PM

  • Metropolitan Single Professionals Sat Jan 7
  • Mount Brighton, Brighton Michigan Skiing and then a dance.

  • Claudel and Rodin Exhibit until Feb 3 at the DIA
  • Romeo and Juliet, Antony and Cleopatra, Rodin and Claudel

    Among the world's love affairs theirs is the only one carved in stone.

    Camille Claudel (1864–1943) and Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) met in Paris in 1882. Claudel, seventeen years old, wanted to become a sculptor. At forty- one, Rodin was on the threshold of a brilliant career.

    For a brief, happy period, the two artists had an intense love affair fired by a common passion for sculpture. Claudel was present and involved during the creation of Rodin’s masterpieces in the 1880s and early 1890s. In the progression of her training in Rodin’s studio, she soon sculpted works of remarkable character and expressive power.

    Then came the storm. While Rodin’s new vision of sculpture spread over France and the world, Claudel struggled to have her work recognized in its own right. Irreconcilable artistic and personal differences developed. Their love dwindled. As Rodin’s skill and reputation grew, he was recognized as an artistic genius. He was often compared with the Italian master Michelangelo, as each was the most famous artist of his time. Meanwhile, Claudel withdrew and struggled with psychological problems, which caused her to be institutionalized for the last three decades of her life.

    This exhibition is the first in the United States to shed light on these sculptors’ mutual influences. Photographs and letters provide an entry into their private lives. Above all, more than 120 works tell the story of two talented and committed artists determined to find their way, without compromise.

    Exhibition organized by Musée national des beaux- arts du Québec, in Québec City, with Musée Rodin in Paris. In Detroit, the exhibition has been made possible by a generous grant from the DaimlerChrysler Corporation Fund. Additional support provided by the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the City of Detroit.

  • Campus Martius Park in the Winter
  • The Rink at Campus Martius Park (313) 963-9393 RINK HOURS: (Please note Rink hours will change January 2)
    Monday - Thursday 11am - 10pm
    Friday 11am - Midnight
    Saturday 10am - Midnight
    Sunday 12pm - 8pm

    ADMISSION PRICES:
    Adults 13 Years to 49 Years $7
    Children 12 Years and younger $6
    Seniors 50 Years and Older $6
    Skate Rental $3
    Shoe Check available for people with their own skates $2
    Skate Sharpening $5

  • GrayBay Shopping
  • As of the preparation time GrayBay is undergoing some much needed maintainance for upgrades. All of the auctions will be maintained and hopefully we will be up and running by the time this issue is published. Keep trying the site.

    The first 100 registered users will never have to pay any fees so register before it is too late. We now have 43 registered users and 60 auctions. Due to our affliation with BidFind we are getting a lot of viewers.

    This is a great training site to learn about online auctions. Register and try selling something. Clean out the garage or basement. If you have any problems contact the webmaster via email.

    Shirley Hathaway, a well known Artist from Warren Michigan, has set up some of her paintings and will be adding more

    Go to the auction site.

  • Florida Home on a Canal for rent
  • Many people have looked at the house which is listed on GrayBay, unfortunately it was marked as closed. She has re-listed the rental and if you are interested go to the auction site and let her know.

    Newly refurbished home, granite counters and new appliances in kitchen. 2 Bedroom, 2 bath with a dock on a 25 foot deep canal in New Port Richey, Florida.. 45 minutes North of Tampa, and 1 hour 45 minutes to DisneyWorld. Rent is $1500 a month December, January February. See it here

     

    editor@peggyjostudio.net peggyjo@peggyjostudio.net



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