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Coming Events February 26, 2007

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Events for Monday February 26

Events for Tuesday February 27

Events for Wednesday February 28

Events for Thursday March 01

Events for Friday March 02

Events for Saturday March 03

Events for Sunday March 04

American Cancer Society Charity Dinner Dance Sat Mar 24

Forever Plaid Brunch Sunday March 25, 2007

Crawford-Armstrong Benefit Saturday April 21, 2007

Commodore's Ball April 28, 2007


 

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Don't forget to check on your buddy

Dick Purtan's "Bed and Bread" Radiothon for the Salvation Army

The Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter helped promote the radiothon at two events on Thursday and Friday of last week. The radiothon surpassed last years record by collecting $2,398,783 .

On Thursday night The Sailing Singles Club responded to the fund raiser by donating over $120 during their Happy Hour. On Friday Night at the Dance put on By "Phil's Fun Single Dance at the Troy Elks club they also passed the hat for the Salvation Army. peggy Jo delivering Dollars to Dick
Purtan In the photo on the left is Peggy Jo Delivering the Sailing Singles money to the Radiothon. Kathy the Media Director is accepting it for Dick Purtan and here it is on the desk.







Cash in front of Purtan [photographers note: I don't know how I missed the shot of Dick Purtan greeting Peggy Jo with a kiss and I forgot to get a photo of her presenting the cash]
[Peggy Jo's Note]I like my new buddy!!
In the photo below (l-r) are Jeanette Staudacher of the Dancing DJ's, Charley Marcuse The singing Hotdog Man, Peggy Jo, and Phil Gural of Phil's Dances. Charley helped Phil with his baseball them by singing his hotdog aria. Group at phils Dance












HELPFUL THINGS TO KNOW

Try these things and let us know if they work

GREAT THINGS TO KNOW (Just print and stick in your kitchen drawer)
1. Budweiser beer conditions the hair
2. Pam cooking spray will dry finger nail polish
3. Cool whip will condition your hair in 15 minutes
4. Mayonnaise will KILL LICE, it will also condition your hair
5. Elmer's Glue - paint on your face, allow it to dry, peel off and see the dead skin and blackheads if any
6. Shiny Hair - use brewed Lipton Tea
7. Sunburn - empty a large jar of Nestea into your bath water
8. Minor burn - Colgate or Crest toothpaste
9 Burn your tongue? Put sugar on it!
10. Arthritis? WD-40 Spray and rub in, kill insect! stings too
11 Bee stings - meat tenderizer
12. Chigger bite - Preparation H
13. Puffy eyes - Preparation H
14. Paper cut - crazy glue or chap stick (glue is used instead of sutures at most hospitals)
15. Stinky feet - Jell-O !
16. Athletes feet - cornstarch
17. Fungus on toenails or fingernails - Vicks vapor rub
18. Kool aid to clean dishwasher pipes. Just put in the detergent section and run a cycle, it will also clean a toilet. (Wow, and we drink this stuff)
19. Kool Aid can be used as a dye in paint also Kool Aid in Dannon plain yogurt as a finger paint, your kids will love it and it won't hurt them if they eat it!
20. Peanut butter - will get scratches out of CD's! Wipe off with a coffee filter paper
21. Sticking bicycle chain - Pam no-stick cooking spray
22. Pam will also remove paint, and grease from your hands! Keep a can in your garage for your hubby
23. Peanut butter will remove ink from the face of dolls
24. When the doll clothes are hard to put on, sprinkle with corn starch and watch them slide on
25. Heavy dandruff - pour on the vinegar !
26. Body paint - Crisco mixed with food coloring. Heat the Crisco in the microwave, pour in to an empty film container and mix with the food color of your choice!
27 Tie Dye T-shirt - mix a solution of Kool Aid in a container, tie a rubber band around a section of the T-shirt and soak
28. Preserving a newspaper clipping - large bottle of club soda and cup of milk of magnesia , soak for 20 min. and let dry, will last for many years!
29. A Slinky will hold toast and CD's!
30. To keep goggles and glasses from fogging, coat with Colgate toothpaste
31. Wine stains, pour on the Morton salt and watch it absorb into the salt. Also takes out stains from your coffee cup.
32. To remove wax - Take a paper towel and iron it over the wax stain, it will absorb into the towel. (This works on gum also).
33. Remove labels off glassware etc. rub with Peanut butter !
34. Baked on food - fill container with water, get a Bounce paper softener and the static from the towel will cause the baked on food to adhere to it. Soak overnight. Also; you can use 2 Efferdent tablets, soak overnight!
35. Crayon on the wall - Colgate toothpaste and brush it!
36. Dirty grout - Listerine
37. Stains on clothes - Colgate
38. Grass stains - Karo Syrup
39. Grease Stains - Coca Cola, it will also remove grease stains from the driveway overnight. We know it will take corrosion from car batteries!
40. Fleas in your carpet? 20 Mule Team Borax- sprinkle and let stand for 24 hours. Maybe this will work if you get them back again.
41. To keep FRESH FLOWERS longer Add a little Clorox , or 2 Bayer aspirin, or just use 7-up instead of water.
42. When you go to buy bread in the grocery store, have you ever wondered which is the freshest, so you "squeeze" for freshness or softness? Did you know that bread is delivered fresh to the stores five days a week? Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Each day has a different color twist tie. They are :
Monday = Blue,
Tuesday = Green,
Thursday = Red
Friday = White and
Saturday = Yellow .

So if today was Thursday, you would want red twist tie; not white which is Fridays (almost a week old)! The colors go alphabetically by color Blue - Green - Red - White - Yellow , Monday through Saturday. Very easy to remember. I thought this was interesting I looked in the grocery store and the bread wrappers DO have different twist ties, and even the ones with the plastic clips have different colors. You learn something new everyday! Enjoy fresh bread when you buy bread with the right color on the day you are shopping.

When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.
-- Thomas Jefferson


From PJSN Readers

Dear Peggy Jo:
I just wanted to let you know that I appreciate the newsletter that you e-mail to me. I don't know where we met but I would not know about these interesting events without receiving your newsletter. Please continue to e-mail me your newsletter every week.
Thank you,
N.B.
Dear Peggy:
Hello to you. Thank you for the Newsletter. It is most interesting. I hope to attend one of your functions, when I am in the Detroit/Michigan area.
Thanks again.
J.O.
PeggyJo -
It would be nice if you had put in the notice for the START OF SPRING TRAINING DANCE on Fri. 2/23 where the dance was going to be at. There are a few Elk's Clubs around the Detroit area.
B.W.
[Editor's note]A correction notice was sent out immediatley with the complete information.
Peggy Jo
Interesting newsletter – I was born and raised in the Detroit area, latter years in the Eastpointe (Gratiot and 9 Mile) area.
Thank you,
Karen
Meds by Mail

Peggy jo,
You have the best buddies,how did you get so many? Although, no question about it, I would rather had slick Willie as my buddy. [Re: last weeks buddy picture]

What lies before us and what lies beyond us is tiny compared to what lies within us.
-- Oliver Wendell Holmes


  • Events for Monday February 26
  • 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


    Bethany North Oakland County

    (Monday) Location: St. Daniel Catholic Church 7010 Valley Park Clarkston, MI

    General Meetings are held the fourth Monday of each monthValley Park in Clarkston. Meetings are held in the Cushing Center and begin at 7:30 and all denominations are welcome, call Marianne at 248-807-0041. starts at 07:30 PM

    When you reach the end of your rope, tie a knot in it and hang on.
    -- Thomas Jefferson

  • Events for Tuesday February 27
  • Success Institute

    A spiritual time you won't forget. 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

    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 is $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 is $10 and guest price is $15


    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 is $8.00


    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 starts at 08:00 PM Price is $10

  • Events for Wednesday February 28
  • Bethany North Oakland County

    (Wednesday) Location: Rectory Ste. Anne Church 825 Ortonville Rd. Ortonville, MI

    New Beginning - Divorce Recovery & Support This workshop is sponsored by Bethany Peer Support Chapter of North Oakland. There is no cost to attend this workshop. For more details contact Marge at (248) 627-8662. starts at 07:00 PM Price is No Charge


    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


    Detroit Regional Yacht-racing Association

    (Wednesday) Location: Edison Boat Club 100 Lycaste Detroit, Michigan 48214 (313) 235-2975

    First Aid Afloat Back by popular demand, Dr. Rob Amsler will educate us on how to treat those minor, and not so minor, sailing injuries. Learn what first aid items should be in your kit and how to properly administer them. 586-778-1000 www.drya@drya.org starts at 07:00 PM Price is No Charge

    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 is $1

    While we may not be able to control all that happens to us, we can control what happens inside us
    . -- Ben Franklin

  • Events for Thursday March 01
  • 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 is $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 is $4 and guest price is $8


    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


  • Events for Friday March 02
  • Metropolitan Single Professionals

    (Friday) Location: Royalty House Banquet Center 8201 East 13 Mile Warren for directions 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 Member Price is $5.00 and guest price is $10.00 i


    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

    Joe Turner 's Come and Gone By August Wilson Set in 1911 Pittsburgh, in a world still reverberating with echoes starts at 8:00 pm


    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 Order off menu


    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 is $6


    Cultural Event

    (Friday) Location: Ridgedale Players, 205 W. Long Lake Rd, Troy, Mi 48098 Tickets 248-988-7049 Theater 248-689-6241

    Bye-Bye Birdie written by Michael Stewart (book), Lee Adams (lyrics), and Charles Strouse starts at 8:00 pm Price is $15-$16


    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 is $8.00

    Events for Weekend of March 02-04

    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.

    Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Starring Jane Powell, Howard Keel, and Rus Tamblyn Organ recital prior to movie starts at 7:00 PM Price is $4

    Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakens.
    -- Carl Jung

  • Events for Saturday March 03
  • 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

    Joe Turner 's Come and Gone By August Wilson Set in 1911 Pittsburgh, in a world still reverberating with echoes starts at 8:00 pm


    Cultural Event

    (Saturday) Location: Ridgedale Players, 205 W. Long Lake Rd, Troy, Mi 48098 Tickets 248-988-7049 Theater 248-689-6241

    Bye-Bye Birdie written by Michael Stewart (book), Lee Adams (lyrics), and Charles Strouse starts at 8:00 pm Price is $15-$16


    Bethany Suburban West

    (Saturday) Location: St Robert Bellarmine Parish Hall, 2701 W. Chicago Rd. Redford

    Refreshments included. Time is 8 PM till 12 MIDNIGHT. Doors open at 7:30 PM. DJ is Dick Gerathy. Call Diane K. for information (734) 261-5716. starts at 08:00 PM Price is $10.00

  • Events for Sunday March 04
  • All Star Singles

    (Sunday) Location: Renaissance Unity Social Hall 11200 E. Eleven Mile Warren, MI Formerly Church of Today East bound I 696 Service Drive ( Between Van Dyke and Hoover)

    Dance Lesson 4-5 Dance Party 5-8 both for $12 From 04:00 PM to 08:00 PM Price is $12


    Amber House

    (Sunday) Location: Amber House 7012 E 9 Mile Rd Warren, MI 586-754-3434 2 blocks west of Van Dyke

    1st Sunday of the Month Dance Singles And Couples Swing, Hustle, Ballroom, Latin 3:00 Cha Cha Lesson with Bill Scheff 4:00 - 8:00 Dance starts at 03:00 PM Price is $8


    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

    Joe Turner 's Come and Gone By August Wilson Set in 1911 Pittsburgh, in a world still reverberating with echoes starts at 2:00 pm


    Cultural Event

    (Sunday) Location: Ridgedale Players, 205 W. Long Lake Rd, Troy, Mi 48098 Tickets 248-988-7049 Theater 248-689-6241

    Bye-Bye Birdie written by Michael Stewart (book), Lee Adams (lyrics), and Charles Strouse starts at 2:00 pm Price is $15-$16


    Purim

    (Sunday) See the movie "One Night with the King" to learn about Purim.

    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 is $5

    Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.
    -- Ralph Waldo Emerson

  • American Cancer Society Charity Dinner Dance Sat Mar 24
  • Victory Party

    Supporting American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life: Team “Victory Squad” March 24, 2007 From 7:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. Barnstormer Banquet Center 9411 East M-36, Whitmore Lake, MI Team “Victory Squad” is proud to participate in the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life®, again this year. Come and join us for a fun-filled dance-party, and help us raise much needed resources to fund ongoing cancer research. Virtually everyone knows someone who has been touched by cancer, and the need to find a cure has never been more urgent. The American Cancer Society is continuing research to find a cure, but this effort requires a significant financial investment. So everyone’s generous support is needed to help fight this battle.

    Barnstormer Banquet Center is donating their smoke-free banquet hall for this fund-raiser, as well as hot hors d'oeuvres. Also available will be a cash bar, live music provided by the Horse Cave Trio and Chef Chris & the Blue Plate Specials, a silent auction, and much more fun. All proceeds will go directly to the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life of Brighton event (For more information, browse to www.acsevents.org/relay/mi/brighton )

    The Victory Party / Dance is for adults over 21. Tickets for the party will be available in advance to the first 350 people for a $20 donation, and all donations are fully tax-deductible. Opportunities are also available for sponsorships and prize donations. For more information, or to purchase tickets, please phone Dave Brown at 517-304-4614 or Joe Knopp at 810-923-1567. Tickets may also be purchased via mail by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope, along with your donation check made payable to the “American Cancer Society”, to
    American Cancer Society
    c/o Mike Knust
    P.O. Box 134
    Brighton, MI 48116

  • Forever Plaid Brunch Sunday March 25, 2007
  • Friends of Barbara Clarke, of Sailing Singles and Somerset Singles Ski and Golf Club, have formed "Front Row Productions" and are presenting "Forever Plaid" at the Club Venetian. A group is getting together to attend the brunch on Sunday March 25, 2007 at the Club Venetian. The club is located `at 29310 John R Road, Madison Heights, MI 48071 (248)399-6788 Send your checks to the Club Venetian and tell them that you want to be seated with the Barbara Clarke group.

    More information here
  • Crawford-Armstrong Benefit Saturday April 21, 2007
  • On Saturday April 21 The Crawford-Armstrong Society will be conducting A dinner dance at the Detroit Yacht Club to raise money for their charitable event held in June where they host a great number of challenged people for a "Day in Sun"/

    for details contact Mary Gavin at mgmary939@aol.com

  • Commodore's Ball April 28, 2007
  • Sailing Singles will be conducting their 2007 Commodore's Ball honoring Commodore Lynn King on Saturday April 28, 2007 at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club at 788 Lake Shore Drive in Grosse Pointe Shores.

    Cocktails will be served at 6:00 pm, Dinner begins at 7:00 pm. Dinner at 7:00pm and Dancing at 7:30 pm. More informations here

  • 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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