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I pledge allegiance to the Flag
of the United States of America,
and to the Republic for which it stands:
one Nation under God, indivisible,
With Liberty and Justice for all. " Pledge of allegiance
A Flag Day Story
Sunday June 14, 2009 is flag day and this story seems very appropriate for that day
Look carefully at the B-17 and note how shot up it is - one engine dead, tail, horizontal stabilizer and nose shot up.. It was ready to fall out of the sky. (This is a painting done by an artist from the description of both pilots many years later.) Then realize that there is a German ME-109 fighter flying next to it. Now read the story below. I think you'll be surprised!!!
Charlie Brown was a B-17 Flying Fortress pilot with the 379th Bomber Group at Kimbolton, England . His B-17 was called 'Ye Old Pub' and was in a terrible state, having been hit by flak and fighters. The compass was damaged and they were flying deeper over enemy territory instead of heading home to Kimbolton.
After flying the B-17 over an enemy airfield, a German pilot named Franz Stigler was ordered to take off and shoot down the B-17. When he got near the B-17, he could not believe his eyes. In his words, he 'had never seen a plane in such a bad state'. The tail and rear section was severely damaged, and the tail gunner wounded. The top gunner was all over the top of the fuselage. The nose was smashed and there were holes everywhere.
Despite having ammunition, Franz flew to the side of the B-17 and looked at Charlie Brown, the pilot. Brown was scared and struggling to control his damaged and blood-stained plane.
Aware that they had no idea where they were going, Franz waved at Charlie to turn 180 degrees. Franz escorted and guided the stricken plane to, and slightly over, the North Sea towards England . He then saluted Charlie Brown and turned away, back to Europe . When Franz landed he told the CO that the plane had been shot down over the sea, and never told the truth to anybody. Charlie Brown and the remains of his crew told all at their briefing, but were ordered never to talk about it.
More than 40 years later, Charlie Brown wanted to find the Luftwaffe pilot who saved the crew. After years of research, Franz was found. He had never talked about the incident, not even at post-war reunions.
(L-R) German Ace Franz Stigler, artist Ernie Boyett, and B-17 pilot Charlie Brown.
They met in the USA at a 379th Bomber Group reunion, together with 25 people who are alive now - all because Franz never fired his guns that day. When asked why he didn't shoot them down, Stigler later said, "I didn't have the heart to finish those brave men. I flew beside them for a long time. They were trying desperately to get home and I was going to let them do that. I could not have shot at them. It would have been the same as shooting at a man in a parachute"
Research shows that Charlie Brown lived in Seattle and Franz Stigler had moved to Vancouver, BC after the war. When they finally met, they discovered they had lived less than 200 miles apart for the past 50 years!
Both men died in 2008.
This was back in the days when there was honor in being a warrior. They proudly wore uniforms, and they didn't hide in ambush inside a mosque, or behind women and children, nor did they use mentally retarded women as suicide bombers to target and kill innocent civilians!!!
HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED !
A Flag Day Mystery
In a copyrighted article that appeared in the Port Huron Times Herald on May 30, 2009, the strange disappearance of flags from the sticks placed near graves of veterans was explained. Because the story was copyrighted and distributed via the Associated Press we decided to research the story independently.
First we called the Mount Hope Cemetery where the mystery took place and we were given two emergency numbers to call. One was a mobile phone which did not answer and the second was a number for The Holy Trinity Church. That phone number provided us with selections for reaching various offices within the church. Since we were calling on Sunday, none of the offices were answering their phones and we were asked to leave a message.
Taking a different tack, we called a number of VFW and American Legion posts in the Port Huron area to check on the story. None of the people we talked to were willing to be quoted because they only had second hand knowledge. One Commander said that he would have to check with his attorney before allowing us to quote him.
to the mystery as reported by the Associated Press from an article printed in the Port Huron Times Herald on May 30, 2009 was that Ron Ceglareck the Superintendent of the Mount Hope Cemetery saw a squirrel tear the flag off of one of the sticks and carry it off to his or her nest.
The History Of Flag Day
The Fourth of July was traditionally celebrated as America's birthday, but the idea of an annual day specifically celebrating the Flag is believed to have first originated in 1885. BJ Cigrand, a schoolteacher, arranged for the pupils in the Fredonia, Wisconsin Public School, District 6, to observe June 14 (the 108th anniversary of the official adoption of The Stars and Stripes) as 'Flag Birthday'. In numerous magazines and newspaper articles and public addresses over the following years, Cigrand continued to enthusiastically advocate the observance of June 14 as 'Flag Birthday', or 'Flag Day'.
On June 14, 1889, George Balch, a kindergarten teacher in New York City, planned appropriate ceremonies for the children of his school, and his idea of observing Flag Day was later adopted by the State Board of Education of New York. On June 14, 1891, the Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia held a Flag Day celebration, and on June 14 of the following year, the New York Society of the Sons of the Revolution, celebrated Flag Day.
Following the suggestion of Colonel J Granville Leach (at the time historian of the Pennsylvania Society of the Sons of the Revolution), the Pennsylvania Society of Colonial Dames of America on April 25, 1893 adopted a resolution requesting the mayor of Philadelphia and all others in authority and all private citizens to display the Flag on June 14th. Leach went on to recommend that thereafter the day be known as 'Flag Day', and on that day, school children be assembled for appropriate exercises, with each child being given a small Flag.
Two weeks later on May 8th, the Board of Managers of the Pennsylvania Society of Sons of the Revolution unanimously endorsed the action of the Pennsylvania Society of Colonial Dames. As a result of the resolution, Dr. Edward Brooks, then Superintendent of Public Schools of Philadelphia, directed that Flag Day exercises be held on June 14, 1893 in Independence Square. School children were assembled, each carrying a small Flag, and patriotic songs were sung and addresses delivered.
In 1894, the governor of New York directed that on June 14 the Flag be displayed on all public buildings. With BJ Cigrand and Leroy Van Horn as the moving spirits, the Illinois organization, known as the American Flag Day Association, was organized for the purpose of promoting the holding of Flag Day exercises. On June 14th, 1894, under the auspices of this association, the first general public school children's celebration of Flag Day in Chicago was held in Douglas, Garfield, Humboldt, Lincoln, and Washington Parks, with more than 300,000 children participating.
Adults, too, participated in patriotic programs. Franklin K. Lane, Secretary of the Interior, delivered a 1914 Flag Day address in which he repeated words he said the flag had spoken to him that morning: "I am what you make me; nothing more. I swing before your eyes as a bright gleam of color, a symbol of yourself."
Inspired by these three decades of state and local celebrations, Flag Day - the anniversary of the Flag Resolution of 1777 - was officially established by the Proclamation of President Woodrow Wilson on May 30th, 1916. While Flag Day was celebrated in various communities for years after Wilson's proclamation, it was not until August 3rd, 1949, that President Truman signed an Act of Congress designating June 14th of each year as National Flag Day.
This Week's Now Famous Person
Clement Morais is now famous for appearing in the "Got Mustard Campaign" He is also famous for becoming the new Chef at the Jefferson Yacht Club. Clement was at the Mission Point Resort (Headquarters for the Bayview Port Huron to Mackinac Race) on Macinac Island for the past three seasons .
So when you see or contact Chef Clement, be sure to tell him you saw him in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter. You can see the other hundreds of people by clicking on the underlined words above.
You can browse rather than wait to see a particular photo with the "digital mustard" on the upper lip. One can replace the phrase in the section box with a first name and deleting any other text in the box. Then only the slides that contain that name are displayed.
If you had your photo taken and can't find it in the slide show please send us an email. If you would like to send a photo to be included, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will supply the "digital mustard".
Congratulations Chef Morais!!
Yeoman Performance at the Jefferson Yacht Club
We were in attendance with the Sailing Singles Club when about 40 of us showed up for the "Dinner of the Month" at The Jefferson Yacht Club. Unfortunately, the outgoing club manager had not logged the event into the JYC's appointment book and they were not aware the large group was coming..
Thanks to the outstanding team work of the dining staff, led by brand new chef Clement Morais, Lisa Dobbs the new club manager, and especially by experienced waitress Anna and her helpers who were able to weather the storm, all of the Sailing Singles were served in good order]
Another Sloop Mackinac Bound !!
Grosse Pointe Sail Club member Larry Haggart and his Bavaria 38' Sloop Rapture is in the photo on the left. He is committed to the race and his application is complete so he will be starting from Port Huron in the first start of the morning on July 25, 2009. The rest of the Mackinac fleet will follow in 15 minute intervals.
The first leg of the race will end at Harbor Beach where the participants will have supper, bed down for the night an be ready start again on Sunday morning.
Tell all of your sailor friends about this event. Pass it on. This is something new .
Skippers, call Bob Cowles (313-822-0996) even if you are just remotely interested. Leave a message with your phone number and/or your email address . Some of the boats registering might need crew. If interested contact Bob Cowles.
He is taking applications and one can get that information by clicking on the Race Registration Documents link. The Word files do not always translate well to the WordPress blogs, so you can also get copies by calling Commodore Bob Cowles at the number above.
Dear Peggy Jo,
I was given your e-mail by Bob Cowles concerning the cocktail cruise July 25th. I'm inquiring the possibility of finding a crew mate for this event, I will be sailing ''Avatara'' 33' Tartan.
Dear Peggy Jo,
Very often I attend dinner gatherings put on by various groups. Some of them social and others for business and I have observed that the organizers of the groups like to get everyone to one big table. I am sure that they feel that this is a way to be inclusive. But this practice does not work.
Sitting at a large table does not really include everyone. One can talk to the person on each side and to the people across from them but they are isolated from all the rest. If instead they sat at tables of four they could table-hop and meet more people. They could talk to the people at their table and they could also talk to the people at nearby tables.
Another benefit of separate tables is that the wait staff and kitchen staff are much more accustomed to serving individual tables . It is easier to get four meals together to be served at the same time rather than 20. The entire group does not have to be served at the same time. Separate tables also relieve the billing process
Please publish this in your newsletter so that group leaders can see how their efforts to be inclusive really cause isolation.
We will publish your idea and we hope that anyone with opposing views or those with similar views will respond.
Long live the stars and stripes"
John Philip Sousa
Mon. Jun. 8 Events
Power Golf Inforum- A Professional Women's Alliance
MON 2009-06-08 Introducing Inforum POWER Golf! Designed to fit these difficult times when many people are concerned about participating in any golf event, this is NOT your typical golf outing.
This is an entirely new event designed to positively impact professional women in Michigan while addressing new time constraints and the optics of being on a golf course when colleagues are being laid off.
POWER Golf is not just about the game..it's about learning how to use golf to make contacts, build relationships, and develop new business resources.
POWER Golf will bring together some of the most POWERful executive leaders in Southeast Michigan for an afternoon of nine holes at Pine Lake Country Club in Orchard Lake.
Not a golfer? Enroll in the golf clinic or consider one of several highly visible sponsorship packages listed in the brochure. Or just plan to join us for a fantastic networking dinner!
All of the details are here From 2:00 PM to ..Location: Pine Lake Country Club. 3300 Pine Lake Rd, Orchard Lake, MI. 48324 (248) 682-1300 web http://www.pinelakecc.com/ . Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Business and Professional Event
Mon 2009-06-08 Morning Motivation & More $15 Admission and Continental Breakfast
. Starts at 7:00 AM..Location: Caribou Coffee. 31901 Woodward, Royal Oak, MI. at Normandy.
Monday Night Dancers
MON 2009-06-08 Singles and Couples Dance Lessons 6:30, Dance Party 7:30-10:30. No dance partner needed. Lessons $5, Dance Party $6. Snacks included. Big Band, Latin, Swing, Foxtrot, Waltz, Polka. Contact 313-295-1134 Starts at 7:30 PM..Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C. 23663 Park St., Dearborn, MI.
Sincere composers believe in God."
John Philip Sousa
TUE 2009-06-09 All of the details are here Starts at 6:15 PM..Location: Toledo Area. . Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio NewsletterThis organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here
Divorce Recovery Bethany South Oakland County
TUE 2009-06-09 Divorce Recovery Tuesday Night Drop-in Contact Carol 248-390-7771
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: St Columban's Church. 1775 Melton, Birmingham, MI 48009 . Submitted by: Carol Spellman All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here
Meeting and Dance Somerset Ski & Golf Club
TUE 2009-06-09 General Meeting. Dancing to a DJ after the Meeting.
Starts at 7:30 PM. Member Price is $6 and guest price is $8.Location: San Marino Club. 1685 E Big Beaver Rd, Troy, MI. 48083
(248) 689-4615 East of the Elk' Club between Rochester Road and John R. on the north side of the street.
Wed. Jun. 10 Events
Microsoft Word Basic Class. Global Information Technology call 248-557-2480
Kayaking Fenton Area Paddlers
WED 2009-06-10 Paddling locally every Wednesday evening at 6:15 starting May 6 and continuing through September. Our goal is to pick places where we can launch and take out at the same place without having to spot cars. Because we will always return to our starting point you can join us even if you cannot make the 6:15 start time. We will have a late snack at local spots when we return. Each paddle will be 1.5 to 2 hours in length.
Our weekend paddles will alternate between Sunday and Saturday. Below are the scheduled paddles and other related activities. If the weather is questionable, the paddle will be canceled. For more information call Maggie 810-735-9570.
All of the details are here Starts at 6:15 PM..Location: Fenton Area. . Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Motor City Connect
WED 2009-06-10 Join the business professionals of Motor City Connect for an effective and fun alternative to the traditional networking meeting.
This is a chance for everyone to come face-to-face with other MCC members. MCC Live lunches are relaxed, casual and usually good for a few laughs. Come early - - we ran out of seats last time! It's never a something you have to attend, it's an event you want to attend. No sixty second commercials. No ten minute speakers. Just a chance to break bread together, meet new people, seek to understand their needs and connect on a new level.
Lunch costs $20.00 ($13 for lunch and tip, $7 for MCC) Cash is preferred - it's hard to run 50 credit cards!
Questions? Contact Terry Bean at (248) 224-1326 or Charlie Wollborg at (248) 766-9994.
From 11:15 AM to 12:30 PM..Location: Black Finn. 530 S. Main, Royal Oak, MI 48067 .
Royal Oak Computer Club
WED 2009-06-10 Weekly Meeting
Starts at 12:30 PM. Price is $1.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
Dance Party and Lessons All Star Dance Parties
WED 2009-06-10 Dance lesson is from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with Professional instructors Bernadette and Darryl Maggio of the University of Michigan and Troy Dance Studio. Lesson only $10.00, Lesson and dance $14.00, Dance only $10.00, First time guests get in FREE. No Starts at 7:00 pm..Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 E.Maple Road, Troy, MI. 48083 (248) 689-3636 This is not the Polish-American Club.
Ev'ry heart beats true
'neath the Red, White and Blue,"
~George M. Cohan
Thu. Jun. 11 Events
Monthly General Meeting GM Ski Club
THU 2009-06-11 All welcome Come and meet our members.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Tirami Su Restaurant. 7750 Metropolitan Parkway, Sterling Heights, MI. SW Corner Van Dyke & Metro Pkwy. Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Ballroom Dancing Fairlane Ballroom Dance Club
THU 2009-06-11 BALLROOM DANCING to live music on beautiful oak floor. All ages welcome - single or married. Dance and make new friends. Coffee, tea and snacks
Starts at 8:00 PM. Member Price is $6 and guest price is $7.Location: Monsignor Hunt Knights of Columbus Hall. 7080 Garling Street, Dearborn Heights, MI. 48127 734-516-0500 Take Warren to south on Garling (first traffic light east of Outer Drive).
Ann Arbor Ski Club
THU 2009-06-11 Club Meeting and Dance. Need not be a member. Informational meeting. Refreshments and DJ after.
. Starts at 8:00 PM..Location: Chapel Hill Condominiums Clubhouse ( 3350 Green Road , Ann Arbor , MI 48105 – north of Plymouth Road )
Somerset Ski & Golf Club
THU 2009-06-11 Call,by 8pm Wed to make reservation for Sun. golf and 3 days prior to weekday golf. Leave name and number.You will be called only if there is a problem.Arrive 30 min before tee time. Foursome will be selected by a draw. Contact: Paula 248-641-1981 From 11:00 AM to . Price is $24 w/cart.Location: Cracklewood Golf Course. 18215 24 Mile Rd., Macomb, MI 48042 586-781-0808 24 Mile Road East, just past Romeo Plank Rd.
Friendly Course. Submitted by: Judy Benn
Weekly Dance Five Star Connection
THU 2009-06-11 Dance lessons 8-8:30pm,open dance immediately following. Appetizers 2nd and 4th Thursdays.Dressy attire please. Ages 45+. Members $5, guests $9. More information at fivestarconnection.org, a family organization Starts at 8:00 pm. Member Price is $5 and guest price is $9.Location: Rivercrest Hall. 900 W Avon Road, Rochester MI. Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois.
Fri. Jun. 12 Events
Friday Night Golf Thunderbird Ski Club
FRI 2009-06-12 Friday Evening Golf Schedule contact Chuck 248
477 3513. Starts at 5:00 PM..Location: Whispering Willows Golf Course. 20500 Newburgh Road., Livonia, MI . Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Bethany Suburban West
FRI 2009-06-12 FREE concert with Air Margaritaville, Bring a chair, your favorite refreshment and a laid back attitude concert starts at 7:00, so be there by 6:30. Call Kathy M. (734) 513-9479.
From 6:30 PM to . Price is Free.Location: Kellogg Park. 761 Penniman, Plymouth, MI. 48170 . This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here
FRI 2009-06-12 outside volleyball.
Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is $2.Location: Stony Creek Metro. 4300 Main Park Drive, Shelby, MI 48316 Submitted by: Patricia StankoThis organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here
Successfully Single Social Club
Reserve by 2009-06-10. FRI 2009-06-12 Whirlyball Party at the new 20,000 sq. ft. Whirlyball Entertainment Center. Whirlyball is the fun sport that everyone is raving about! $25.00 in advance which includes court time and pizza buffet with salad and breadsticks in our own private party room. Complimentary soft drinks. Cash bar for alcoholic beverages.
Reservations a must! Register online at www.successfullysingle.org or call 248-289-6406. From 7:30 PM to 10:30 PM..Location: Whirlyball Entertainment Center. 41550 Grand River, Novi, MI. 248-289-6406 . This organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here
General Meeting and Dance Sailing Singles
FRI 2009-06-12 Meeting 8:00 doors open at 7:30. In addition to our meeting we have a Happy Hour, a Dinner of the month, Parties, Moonlight Sails, and Rendezvous all summer. What is a Rendezvous? You will get all the details at the meeting. DJ at 9:00 PM
Starts at 8:00 PM. Member Price is $5 and guest price is $8.Location: Royal Oak Elks Club. 2401 East Fourth St Royal Oak, MI. 48067.
DJ. Brian Bosman
FRI 2009-06-12 Dinner after volleyball or if you didn't play volleyball
Starts at 9:00 PM. Price is Menu/Cash Bar.Location: Stony Creek Roadhouse. Shelby, MI. 49455 586 781 9108 . Submitted by: Patricia StankoThis organization has a page on the PJSN blog which is here All Bethany Events can be seen by clicking here
Metropolitan Single Professionals
FRI 2009-06-12 Hawaiian Party and Dance Casual Summer Attire From 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM. Price is .Location: Club Venetion Banquet Center. 29310 John R, Madison Heights, Mi. North of 12 mile. for directions only 248-399-6788
Oh! say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave,
O'er the land of the free and the home of the brave."
~Francis Scott Key, The Star-Spangled Banner
SAT 2009-06-13 Enter Motown Nights for the 28th Annual Souper Summer Celebration and step in to the sights and sounds that echo this legendary Detroit era. Join us as the park is transformed in to Hitsville, USA. The promises of Dancing in the Streets and endless fun have been Signed, Sealed and will be delivered to all attendees.
Fireworks at 10:30 pm Get a free admittance coupon in coupons below.
From 7:30 PM to ..Location: Comerica Park. Detroit, MI, 48226 Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
SAT 2009-06-13 Ballroom Dancing to a live band singles, couples, All Welcome Dress Code: Ladies- Date Style clothes, Gentlemen- Jackets and ties. Dance instructions from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every Saturday. Cost $6 Starts at 8:30 PM. Member Price is $5.00 and guest price is $6.00.Location: Livonia Civic Center. 15218 Farmington Rd., Livonia, MI. South of File Mile Road. contact Joe 248-968-5197.
Latino Fest Festivals and Community Events
SAT 2009-06-13 Main Stage at 4pm DesperadoZ Sunny sauceda Los cuatro Veintos Noel Quintana
From 11:45 AM to 11:30 PM..Location: Promenade Park. Toledo, OH. .
American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan
Reserve by 2009-06-01. SAT 2009-06-13 18 holes of golf with cart and closest to prizes for men and women.
Play your own ball or shamble.
Dinner to follow at the course: your cost (dinner location may change)
make check out to ASGA with stonebridge in memo and send to:
Gary Tarlowicz 1617 electric, Wyandotte Mich 48192
Deadline to sign up June 1st
From 12:00 PM to ..Location: Stonebridge Golf Course. 1825 Clubhouse Dr, Ann Arbor, MI. 48108 734-429-8383 . Submitted by: Ron Nomura
"You're a grand old flag,
You're a high flying flag
And forever in peace may you wave."
~George M. Cohan
SUN 2009-06-14 Argentine Tango Lesson available 6-7PM $5.00.Milongas Vals, (argentine style Waltz's), Argentine Tango Singles and couples welcome.
Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is $8.Location: Dance Scene. 25333 VanDyke, Centerline, MI. 48015 586-757-6300 . Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan
Reserve by 2009-06-04. SUN 2009-06-14 Tee Times Start 9:00 Arrive By 8:15 Modified Shot Gun Play your own ball Cost covers green fees, carts and range balls. Dinner will be held afterwards at the Course restaurant—order off the menu at your cost.
Make checks payable to ASGA with Woodlands on the memo
Forward your payment to:
Kathleen Camire 925 Fairground Street, Plymouth, MI 48170
From 8:15 PM to ..Location: The Woodlands of Van Buren. 39670 Ecorse Rd, Wayne, MI. 48184 734-729-3812 . Submitted by: Ron Nomura
SUN 2009-06-14 Call,by 8pm Wed to make reservation for Sun. golf and 3 days prior to weekday golf. Leave name and number.You will be called only if there is a problem.Arrive 30 min before tee time. Foursome will be selected by a draw. Contact: Paula 248-641-1981 From 11:00 AM to . Price is $45 w/cart.Location: Cooper Hills Golf Course. 2125 Lakeville Rd., Oxford, MI 48370 248-969-9808 Rochester Rd. N to the end, turn left on Lakeville Rd, 2 miles to course.
Very Challenging. Submitted by: Judy Benn
Lessons and Dance All Star Dance Parties
SUN 2009-06-14 Dance lesson is from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. with professional teacher, Pam Preczewski, from DanceSport Academy of Michigan. Dance Party from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Beginner to Intermediate. Lesson only, $10.00, Lesson and dance $14.00, Dance only $10.00. First time guests get in FREE. No partner needed. Non-smoking environment. (248) 689-3636 for more information.
Starts at 3:00 PM ..Location: American Polish Cultural Center. 2975 E.Maple Road, Troy, MI. 48083 (248) 689-3636 This is not the Polish-American Club.
U of M Ballroom Dance Club
SUN 2009-06-14 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..Location: Michigan Union. S. State & S. University Ann Arbor, MI
Note:only events that require advance notice or a great deal of planning are listed here. Listing all of the future events would require a great amount of space in this newsletter. Look for next weeks events in the next issue.
Golf and Casino American Singles Golf Association-SE Michigan
Reserve by 2009-04-26. Week end of 2009-06-19 Mount Pleasant Golf and Casino Weekend All of the details are here From to . Price is $215.Location: Mount Pleasant. Submitted by: Ron Nomura Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Laugh for a cause
FRI 2009-06-19 Happy Hour 6-8 pm. first show 8-9:30 pm second 10:00 pm Proceeds to Gilda's Club contact 248-327-0575 $20 one show $36 both. This is improv no show the same
From 6:00 PM to 11:30 PM..Location: Go Comedy! Improv Theater. 261 E. 9 Mile, Ferndale, MI. 48220 One block East of Woodward.
Joy Manor Singles
FRI 2009-06-19 Hot & Cold Hors d'oeuvres Top 40 Dj, ballroom,line dancing,and all others upon request. NO Jeans & NO Tennis Shoes. Come out on a weekday and have some fun dancing the night away.Contact: Jean 248-890-6304 or email@example.com
Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is $8.Location: Joy Manor. 28999 Joy Road, Westland, MI. 3 Blocks East Of Middlebelt Behind The Oak Center Plaza. SAT 2009-06-20
Call Bob 248-802-8101 From 4:00 PM to ..Location: Summer Party Site. 2570 Judah Road, Orion, MI. .
Concerts in Palmer Woods homes. Palmer Woods Homes
SAT 2009-06-20 Celebrate our grand finale with Detroit-born violist JasonAmos, and New York violinist Jannina Barefield, who grew up in Palmer Woods. Amos is a 2007 Sphinx Competition Laureate. Barefield has soloed with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and performed internationally and with Itzhak Perlman’s youth ensembles. Both artists have performed with the Sphinx Chamber Orchestra at New York’s Carnegie Hall, Detroit’s Orchestra Hall and throughout the U.S. All of the details are here From 6:00 PM to ..Location: Palmer Woods Home.
Fun Day in the Sun
SAT 2009-06-20 Volunteers & Skippers Needed
Crawford Armstrong Handicapped Association
FUN DAY IN THE SUN PICNIC
SATURDAY, JUNE 20TH 8:30 AM - 3 PM
at Detroit Yacht Club 313-824-1200
Skippers call Suzanna 248-585-1854
Volunteers call Mary 586-939-3993
Pat 313-886-1834 Deb 248-324-2100
Sign up for an hour - or the whole day. Whenever you can volunteer
Shortcut: Exit Belle Isle Bridge & turn left on Central, which will become Sunset. Proceed to Portage & turn left. Turn right onto Oakway Rd. Turn left on Lakeside. DYC will be on your right, over the little wooden bridge.
From 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM..Location: Detroit Yacht Club. One Riverbank Road Belle Isle, Detroit, MI. 48207 Web site is http://www.dyc.com.
From 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM..Location: Detroit Yacht Club. Detroit (Belle Isle), MI 48207 (313) 824-1200 web http://www.dyc.com
SURVIVING THE CURRENT ECONOMIC DOWNTURN Business and Professional Event
Reserve by 2009-06-22. TUE 2009-06-23 Robert Sher Executive Coach, Business Strategist, Speaker and Columnist.$25 in advance, or $30 at the door. Cash or Check only at Door Call 248-335-5000 and ask for Patti Dunn, or write to : firstname.lastname@example.org
From 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM..Location: Birmingham Community House. 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 (248) 644-5832 web http://www.communityhouse.com/
Week end of 2009-06-26 Sailing Singles is having a rendezvous from Friday night through Sunday morning. On Saturday we are having a catered dinner at the marina - summer salad, vegetable lasagna, Italian sausage & peppers, chicken, garlic bread, cannolis, brownies and soft drinks. $16 members/$21 for non before 6/20; after 6/23 members $20 and non $25. Send check made out to "Sailing Singles" to Ann Enghardt, 35403 Cathedral Drive, Sterling Hts., MI 48312. Option to stay at St. Clair Inn or Murphy Inn on the 25th.
Price Member = $16 postmarked before 6/20 non Member Price = $21 postmarked before 6/20
From to ..Location: St. Clair Boat Harbor. St. Clair, MI. 800-447-2757 .
Friday Singles Dinner Group
Reserve by 2009-06-25. FRI 2009-06-26 Join us for a delightful dinner at a fabulous little restaurant; Northern Italian cuisine a specialty. Required reservations to Suzanne (248-647-8450) by 5:00 PM, Thursday, June 25, 2009. Please leave call back information.
From 7:00 PM to . Order off menu .Location: Due Venti Restaurant. 220 S. Main St, Clawson, MI. Two blocks south of 14-Mile, west side of street .
Week end of 2009-06-27 16th Annual Art in the Woods Fine Art Fair.Grab lunch from one of our food vendors! Then listen to the wonderful bands.
From 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Price is Free.Location: Catalpa Park 2325 Catalpa Dr. Berkley, MI Due to road construction on 11 Mile Road, the Art Fair will be held on the grounds of Catalpa Park and the Berkley High School, courtesy of the Berkley Board of Education.
Palmer Park Green Art Fair Arts & Craft Events
SUN 2009-06-28 For more info: Michael Whitty, 248-723-0105 or Peter J. Benz, 313-515-7380 v To exhibit and sell art contact Barbara Barefield, 313-891-2514
From 2:00 PM to 7:00 PM..Location: AROUND THE PALMER PARK LOG CABIN POND. North of Merrill Plaisance or Covington & Second Ave. • Major cross streets: four blocks north of
McNichols (Six Mile) & Woodward.
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