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Coming Events January 29, 2007

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Events for Monday January 29

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Events for Wednesday January 31

Events for Thursday February 01

Events for Friday February 02

Events for Saturday February 03

Events for Sunday February 04


 

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Proverbs 29-11

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My blindness isn't really a disability at all. "Sighted people, they can see a person's hair length or the clothes they wear or their skin color. With me, certain words like 'black' or 'white' are adjectives that have no meaning whatsoever,I just see the love within a person."
Patrick, born without eyes, on the Oprah show

DO YOU LIKE MY BUDDY? HAVE YOU ENLISTED YOUR'S?

Hereís a memorable example of why you need the BUDDY SYSTEM!

We are warned to not go swimming alone. So why not publish a list of other things that we should not do alone.

I was working on my boat early in the spring during the week. I wanted to snake a wire through the bilge. In order to do that I had to squeeze through a hatch head first. Gravity helped me get down to the bottom of the boat where I passed the wire through a strut. But when I tried to get out, I was stuck in a vertical position. I realized that there were no other people in the marina and I might have to spend a few days waiting for someone to find me.

Fortunately, after much pushing, shoving and squirming I was able to use my neck and head to push my way out enough where I could use my arms . I don't know how long I was stuck. It seemed like hours. I did have to spend four months visiting a chiropractor to get my neck straightened out.

The moral is "Get a buddy" when working on a boat.

Ralph L.
This get a buddy campaign has nothing to do with age. If a person does not have a regular schedule where they see the same people daily, they should establish a regular time to check in and provide a mutual security system with a "buddy". That way if anything happens to either they won't have to wait days until someone comes looking for them

Send us your ideas and suggestions.


Yikes!!!

My cell phone fell in the toilet the other day And when I told one of my friends about it He sent me this song and poem.

YOUíVE GOT TO LAUGH!

I dropped my cell
In the porcelain well,
do da, do da
I dropped my cell
In the porcelain well,
Oh do da day.

Or maybe a cat in the hat Dr. Seuss poem:

I am really quite mad
and a little bit sad
cause I dropped my cell
in the porcelain well.

Let the fish say hello
but not on my dime
I'll get a new one tomorrow
that has a nice chime.

Once on this Island

The Stagecrafters production of Once on this Island was attended by about forty /pjsn readers who marched over to Lilys to enjoy their seafood.

Once on This Island Twelve year old Olivia Bryant, the grand-daughter of Ren pictured here along with Peggy Jo played the role of Ti Moune as a child. The production will run until February 4. More picture here

Lily's provided excellent service for the unexpected crowd and the food was great.

DRYA Women's Perspective

bayview picture 5 The DRYA's seminar series continued on Wednesday , January 24 at Bayview yacht club with two speakers giving their Women's perspective. Paula Tutman, of WDIV Channel 4 presented her story of maximizing her assignment to cover the Mackinack last summer. She showed pictures of her voyage up to Mackinack Island during the race and told of the sailing lessons she received prior to the race. She has been converted to an enthusiastic sailor.

The second speaker was Sandi Svdboda, who has been a racing crew member for several BYC boats. She told the group about Bayview's Adult Sailing classes and this year's Women's Invitational Series: Seminars, clinics and Regatta.

bayview picture 4 In the photo at the top, from left to right, are Peggy Jo, Ron Spies Rear Commodore of the DRYA, Paula Tutman of WDIV, and Sandi Svoboda of BYC. In the second photo , from left to right, Paula Tutman of WDIV, Jim Moeller of Sailing Singles , Sandi Svoboda of BYC, John Chesney of Sailing Singles and Peggy Jo.

The Series continues next week again at Bayview (see Wednesday's Events)

In keeping with the Keep the lights on campaign, congratulations to John Rummell of Bayview Yacht Club for first of all decorating his boat in drydock with lights but also for keeping them on.

THERE ARE ALWAYS TWO SIDES OF EVERY STORY

I apologize to the woman who got very angry with me in the Krogerís parking lot for walking behind her car. It looked to me like she had just pulled her car up at the door the other night and was finished maneuvering. But, according to her verbal outburst: ďAre you crazy, walking behind a moving car?Ē (of course it wasnít moving - the back-up lights werenít even on), I guess she was planning to back up and was startled to see me there.

I, too, have had that awful inner reaction when, at night, I suddenly have come across an unlit jogger or bicyclist and feared that I might have run them over if I hadnít seen them in time.

I wanted to go to her and explain that, while she thought her car was in motion, I had been pretty certain that it wasnít. In the turmoil of my adrenaline rush in response to her adrenaline rush, however, too much time passed and talking to her no longer seemed to be the right thing to do. I really didnít want to get into a confrontation, I just wanted to apologize so Iím doing it here!

British Virgin Islands Opportunity

John Faitel John Faitel, a long time member of Sailing Singles and one of their most trusted skippers, is looking to round out his crew with two more congenial people for a trip to the BVI from March 11 to March 19.

The cost is $850 for a berth on the boat and all meals aboard. Other costs would be personal drinks, meals ashore and airfare. He is skippering a 50 foot Beneteau and can be contacted at 313-510-1089 or jrfaitel@yahoo.com.

You Make a Difference

A teacher in New York decided to honor each of her seniors in High School by telling them the difference each of them had made. She called each student to the front of the class, one at a time.

First, she told each of them how they had made a difference to her, and the class. Then she presented each of them with a blue ribbon, imprinted with gold letters, which read, "Who I Am Makes a Difference."

Afterwards, the teacher decided to do a class project, to see what kind of impact recognition would have on a Community. She gave each of the students three more blue ribbons, and instructed them to go out and spread this acknowledgment ceremony. Then they were to follow up on the results, see who honored whom, and report to the class in about a week. One of the boys in the class went to a junior executive in a nearby Company, and honored him for helping him with his career planning. He gave him a blue ribbon, and put it on his shirt.

Then he gave him two extra ribbons and said, "We're doing a class project on recognition, and we'd like for you to go out, find somebody to honor, give them a blue ribbon, then give them the extra blue ribbon so they can acknowledge a third person, to keep this acknowledgment ceremony going. Then please report back to me and tell me what happened."

Later that day, the junior executive went in to see his boss, who had been noted, by the way, as being kind of a grouchy fellow. He sat his boss down, and he told him that he deeply admired him for being a creative genius. The boss seemed very surprised. The junior executive asked him if he would accept the gift of the blue ribbon, and would he give him permission to put it on him. His surprised boss said, "Well, sure." The junior executive took the blue ribbon and placed it right on his boss's jacket, above his heart. As he gave him the last extra ribbon,! he said, "Would you take this extra ribbon, and pass it on by honoring somebody else. The young boy who first gave me the ribbons is doing a project in school, and we want to keep this recognition ceremony going and find out how it affects people."

That night, the boss came home to his 14-year-old son, and sat him down. He said, "The most incredible thing happened to me today. I was in my office, and one of the junior executives came in and told me he admired me, and gave me a blue ribbon for being a creative genius. Imagine! He thinks I am a creative genius! Then he put a blue ribbon that says, "Who I Am Makes a Difference", on my jacket above my heart. He gave me an extra ribbon and asked me to find somebody else to honor. As I was driving home tonight, I started thinking about whom I would honor with this ribbon, and I thought about you. I want to honor you. My days are hectic and when I come home, I do not pay a lot of attention to you. Sometimes I scream at you for not getting good enough grades in school, and for your bedroom being a mess. Somehow, tonight, I just wanted to sit here and, well, just let you know that you do make a difference to me. Besides your mother, you are the most important person in my life. You're a great kid, and I love you!"

The startled boy started to sob and sob, and he could not stop crying His whole body shook. He looked up at his father and said through his tears, "Dad, earlier tonight I sat in my room and wrote a letter to you and Mom, explaining why I had took my life, and I asked you to forgive me. I was going to commit suicide tonight after you were asleep. I just did not think that you cared at all. The letter is upstairs. I don't think I need it after all." His father walked upstairs and found a heartfelt letter full of anguish and pain. The boss went back to work a changed man. He was no longer a grouch, but made sure to let all of his employees know that they made a difference. The junior executive helped several other young people with career planning, and never forgot to let them know that they made a difference in his life---one being the boss' son. In addition, the young boy and his classmates learned a valuable lesson,

Who YOU are does make a difference, too. May GOD BLESS YOU.

A brief prayer for today: Lord, Thank you for my friends and family who really do make a difference to me. AMEN

The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt within the heart.
Helen Keller


  • Events for Monday January 29
  • Monday Night Dancers

    (Monday) Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C Hall,23663 Park St.,Dearborn

    Singles&Couples. Dance lessons: Beginner 5:30-6:30pm, Intermediate 6:30-7:30 pm. Dance party 7:30-10:30 pm. No dance partner needed. Lessons $5.00, Dance party 6.00. Snacks included. Big Band's, Latin, Swing,Fox Trot,Waltz,Polka.313-295-1134. starts at 07:30 PM Price $5.00


    Bethany Suburban West

    (Monday) Location: St Robert Bellarmine ,

    Volunteer Night, for details contact Michele (313) 996-8644. starts at 07:00 PM

    One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar.
    Helen Keller

  • Events for Tuesday January 30
  • Success Institute

    Location: Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Troy, MI 248-524-3181

    Motivational and Spiritual teaching by Doug and Jodi Firebaugh From 07:00 PM to 08:00 PM

    Century Dancers

    (Tuesday) Location: 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) starts at 07:00 PM Price $8.00


    Selective Singles Social Club

    (Tuesday) Location: Country Chef 33145 Dequindre Troy, MI North of 14 Mile Rd.

    Join friends for friendly, relaxed breakfast every Tuesday. Contact : Jim at 248-545-2084 starts at 09:00 AM


    Selective Singles Social Club

    (Tuesday) Location: 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) Call Jan at 586-726-2528 or Rosemary at 313-881-3934 starts at 07:00 PM Price $8.00


    Latin & Argentine Tango Club of Detroit

    (Tuesday) Location: O'Kelly Banquet Hall 23663 Park Dearborn, MI

    Milonga de los Motor City Milongueros Argentine tango lesson at 7:00pm, beginners welcome, no partner required. After the lesson dance tango, milonga, and vals to the best recorded music of Buenos Aires. starts at 07:00 PM Member price $10 Guest Price $15


    All Star Singles

    (Tuesday) Location: Taylor Moose Lodge (Chapter 992) , 9981 South Telegraph, Taylor MI 48180. Approximately one mile South of I-94. East side of street, Telegraph heading North. Parking at rear of building.

    All Star Singles Dance. Couples also welcome. Snacks and non-alcoholic beverages provided. Dressy/Casual attire please. Information 1-800-255-4487. Out of state callers 1-313-521-6564 From 08:00 PM to 11:00 PM Price $10

    A prudent person foresees the danger ahead and takes precaution.
    Proverbs 28:12

  • Events for Wednesday January 31
  • A1 Singles

    (Wednesday) Location: American Polish Cultural Center 2975 E.Maple Road Troy, MI Northwest corner of 15 mile and Dequindre. This is not the American Polish Century Club.

    Lessons by Ron & Linda Hiveley and Micheal Beresh. Tango lessons 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM. Dance 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Couples and Singles welcome. Cost lesson only $10.00,lesson and dance $12.00, dance only $8.00. Information (313)521-6564 starts at 07:00 PM Price


    Detroit Regional Yacht-racing Associatio

    (Wednesday) Location: Bayview Yacht Club 100 Clairpointe Detroit, Michigan 48215 (313) 822-1853

    Storm Clouds Part of an eleven week series. Each presentation can stand on it's own. 586-778-1000 www.drya@drya.org starts at 07:00 PM Price No Charge

    media data is The DRYA seminars are developed with the novice and recreational sailor in mind. These weekly Wednesday night 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 7:00pm. These seminars are an excellent way to meet boat owners, crew members, and other people interested in sailing & racing

    Royal Oak Computer Club

    (Wednesday) Location: Leo Mahany/Harold Meininger Senior Community Center 3500 Marais Royal Oak, MI (248)246-3900 North of 13 Mile Rd, just south of Lexington Blvd, East of Crooks Rd

    Weekly Meeting starts at 12:30 PM Price $1


    Other Events

    (Wednesday) Location: Danny's Irish Pub 22824 (Woodward near 9 mile) Ferndale, Mi 248-546-8331

    Paul Miles as part of the Ferndale Blues Festival will preview new songs from upcoming album slated for a Spring Release-(solo performance)From 07:00 PM to 10:00 PM

    In the end, people appreciate frankness more than flattery.
    Proverbs 28:23

  • Events for Thursday February 01
  • Cultural Event

    (Thursday) Location: Hill Auditorium 825 N. University Ann Arbor 48109 For Ticket information call 734-764-2538

    Big 3 Palladium Orchestra In the 1950's America fell in love with the Mambo and the best place to hear this electrfying music was the Palladium Ballroom in New York City. starts at 8:00 pm Price $10-$60


    Downriver Swing Club

    (Thursday) Location: Pier 500 507 Biddle Wyandotte, MI email address is drswing@hotmail.com

    Cool West Coat Patterns for social Dancing! $5.00 for lessson starts at 8:15 till 9:00 Dancing till 1:00 AM starts at 08:15 PM Price $5


    PWP- Rochester

    (Thursday) Location: Rivercrest , Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois

    Weekly Dance Our very own Tj the DJ plays TOP 40 and Your requests. starts at 7:00 PM Member price $4 Guest Price $7


    Selective Singles Social Club

    (Thursday) Location: Cracker Barrel Roseville, MI S off 13 Mile on Mack

    Weekly breakfast with good friends and good food. All welcome. Contact : Rosemary 313-881-3934 starts at 09:00 AM Price


    Detroit Edison Ski Club

    (Thursday) Location: The Blarney Stone 27253 Woodward Royal Oak, MI (248) 541-1881

    General membership meetings are open to all members and non-members. Meetings are held every second Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. For more information, visit www.dteskiclub.com. starts at 7:00 PM Price

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    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Thursday) Location: Volare ($$) Thursday February 1 (248) 960-7771 49115 Pontiac Trail - Wixom

    Everyone is Welcome to Join US Fun & Fine Dining! We will meet in the lounge Anytime between 6:00 and 7:30pm for socializing with dinner afterwards.From 8:00 pm to 1:00 am Price Menu


    West Shore Sail Club

    (Thursday) Location: Mr. Nicks 1926 West Road Trenton, MI 734-671-0990 Additional parking behind the bank

    Membership Meeting Come early for Nick's Broasted Chicken starts at 07:30 PM Price Menu

    The Lord sends no one away empty except those who are full of themselves.
    Dwight L. Moody

  • Events for Friday February 02
  • Cultural Event

    (Friday) Location: Bonstelle Theater 3424 Woodward Ave SE corner of Woodward & Eliot N of I-75 Fwy Detroit, Michigan 48201-2726 (313) 577-2960

    The Women By Claire Boothe Luce No social status escapes the biting humor observed in this brilliant starts at 8:00 pm Price


    Selective Singles Social Club

    (Friday) Location: Mutt & Jeff's 50870 North Avenue Macomb Township, MI 586-949-3040 Just 1/2 block south of 23 Mile Road on the east side of North Ave.

    Come and enjoy a morning of fun with a lively group of friends If you would like more information please call Peggy at 586-725-3152 or Kathy at 586-716-1902 starts at 09:00 AM Price Menu


    Phil's Single Dances

    (Friday) Location: River Crest 900 Avon Rd. Rochester Hills, MI

    Singles DanceFrom 08:00 PM to 12:00 AM Price $9


    Cultural Event

    (Friday) Location: OCC Ochard Ridge Campus Smith Theater For more information call 248-522-3518

    The Spyder Turner Review Turner continued to record solid albums through the 70ís and 80ís earning gold and platinum. starts at 7:30 pm Price $20


    Dancer's Choice Toledo

    (Friday) Location: DC Ranch 25740 N. State Road Perrysburg, MI 419-874-1951

    DJ Midnight Madman: Mike Marks doors open 7pm All welcomed: Singles and Couples starts at 08:00 PM Price $6


    Holiday or Special Event

    (Friday) Location: Ground Hogs Day

    Ground Hogs Day starts at Price


    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Friday) Location: ROYALTY HOUSE BANQUET CENTER* - WARREN On Old 13 Mile Rd just east of Van Dyke ADDRESS 8201 East 13 Mile Rd For Directions Only Call (586) 264-8400

    Single Mingle Top 40 DJ, Cash Bar, Hors d'oeuvres (8:00-9:00)Dressy Casual (No jeans or Tennis Shoes) Non-SmokingFrom 8:00 pm to 1:00 am price $5.00


    Detroit Institute of Arts Friday Night Programs

    (Friday) Location: Detroit Institute of Arts 5200 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI 313.833.7900 More here

    First Fridays Music from a variety of cultures in the World Music series, artist demonstrations, drawing in the galleries for all ages, museum tours and drop in workshops. starts at 07:00 PM


    Waterford Oaks Ballroom Dancers

    (Friday) Location: Waterford Oaks Activity Center, 2800 Watkins Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48238. Automatic Information Line: 248-988-7169

    Singles and Couples.Ballroom Dancing. Ballroom attire. Fox Trot, Waltz, Swing, Cha-Cha, Rumba, Tango, Samba, Mambo, Polka, Viennese.Ballroom Lighting.Cabaret Setting. Coffe, Tea, Sweets, Door Prizes.Music from the 1940's to the present time. starts at 08:00 PM Price $8.00

    Events for Weekend of February 02

    Motor City Theater Organ Society

    (Weekend of ) Location: Redford Theater 17360 Lahsher Road Detroit, MI Just North of Grand River operated by an all-volunteer staff. Proceeds from programs are used to restore and maintain the theatre building.

    Monkey Business Starring Cary Grant, Ginger Rogers and Marilyn Monroe Organ Concert prior to movie starts at 7:00 PM Price $4

    Husbands are like fires. They go out if unattended.
    Zsa Zsa Gabor

  • Events for Saturday February 03
  • Cultural Event

    (Saturday) Location: Hill Auditorium 825 N. University Ann Arbor 48109 For Ticket information call 734-764-2538

    Joshua Bell violin Jeremy Denk piano starts at 8:00 pm Price $10-$56


    Cultural Event

    (Saturday) Location: Bonstelle Theater 3424 Woodward Ave SE corner of Woodward & Eliot N of I-75 Fwy Detroit, Michigan 48201-2726 (313) 577-2960

    The Women By Claire Boothe Luce No social status escapes the biting humor observed in this brilliant starts at 8:00 pm Price


    Bethany Suburban West

    (Saturday) Location: Don Hubert V.F.W. Hall 27345 Schoolcraft Road, which is the I-96 service drive near Inkster Road, in Redford

    Monthly Dance starts at 08:00 PM Price $10.00

  • Events for Sunday February 04
  • U of M Ballroom Dance Club

    (Sunday) Location: Michigan Union S. State & S. University Ann Arbor, MI

    Dance lessons 5-6pm Fox Trot 6-7pm Rhumba 7-8pm Waltz 8-10 Open Dance. Members-only , we welcome newcomers to try us on for size $3 one evening $25 semester $50 per year More information on web site. starts at 7:00 PM


    Cultural Event

    (Sunday) Location: Bonstelle Theater 3424 Woodward Ave SE corner of Woodward & Eliot N of I-75 Fwy Detroit, Michigan 48201-2726 (313) 577-2960

    The Women By Claire Boothe Luce No social status escapes the biting humor .starts at 2:00 pm


    Charity Superbowl Party

    (Sunday) Location: DiCarlo's Banquet & Convention CEnter 6015 E Ten Mile Warren, MI

    Super Bowl Party Fundraiser & Texas Hold'Em Tournament For information tickets & reservations contact DeCarlo's Sales Office 586-759-6500 The first prize in the Texas Hold'em Tournament is $500 starts at 02:00 PM Price

    Super Bowl Party Fundraiser & Texas Hold'Em Tournament to Support Kiwanis Charities & Miracle Network The $20 admission charge includes Food, Beer & TV Raffle Ticket. There is a $50 charge to play in the Texas Hold'em Tournament For information, Game rules, tickets & reservations contact DeCarlo's Sales Office 586-759-6500 The first prize in the Texas Hold'em Tournament is $500

    Kirk Singles and Somerset Ski and Golf

    (Sunday) Location: Marinelli's Restaurant 4924 Rochester Rd. Troy, MI 248-689-6460 South of Long Lake Rd.

    Kirk Singles/Somerset Singles Super Superbowl Party! Cheer for your favorite team, visit with friends, make new friends, all while enjoying the pizza and antipasto salad included in the admission price. Beverages/other food available. From 05:30 PM to 10:00 PM Price $13


    GM Ski Club

    (Sunday) Location: Warren Racquet Club 29901 Civic Center Blvd Warren, MI (586)574-2580

    Wallyball co-ed for fun, socialization, and a little exercise to help ward off those mid-winter pounds. Cost will vary about 2 hours for about $5. Contact Les Skrzycki(lskrzycki@ameritech.net) 248-693-1794. starts at 01:00 PM Price $5

  • Reverse Mortgages
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    Do you Know What A Reverse Mortgage Is?

    by Teresa Fisher
    Reverse Mortgages allow older homeowners to take a loan out against the equity they have built in their home. The loan provides tax-free cash and requires NO monthly mortgage payments during the course of the loan. The loan is repaid only when the borrower no longer occupies the home or a maturity event occurs (moving out or passing away).

    Reverse Mortgage Facts:
    1. Must be 62 years old.
    2. Homeowner ALWAYS remains on title.
    3. Homeowner NEVER makes any payments (excluding taxes and insurance)
    4. Homeowner can NEVER be removed from home.
    Reverse Mortgage can provide money for any or all of the following:
    1. Long-term care/ medical expenses.
    2. Daily living expenses/ Pay off debts.
    3. Insurance Products
    4. Home repairs
    5. Travel
    FHA (HECM) offers one type of reverse mortgage that is insured by US government and id completely regulated. The amount of money available is based on age, value of home, and what money is owed

    Homeowner can receive money as a monthly income, lump sum payment, line of credit, or any combination of these options. Additional information can be found on the following web sites: AARP(www.aarp.org), Fannie Mae (www.fanniemae.com), HUD (www.hud.gov). A local Reverse Mortgage Specialist, Teresa Fisher, can be contacted at 248-601-0625 office, 800-707-5874 ext 1433 or email at msteresafisher@yahoo.com to answer questions or discuss your needs.

    I hope this has shed some light on the benefits of a Reverse Mortgage. Senior homeowners are recognizing the significance of the equity in their homes as a way to fund their retirement years and enjoy more financial freedom!

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