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Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Coming EventsJuly 11, 2005

in this issue

Great Lakes Journal TUE July 12

Charley's Ballpark Mustard Introduced

Charley's Recommendation

Somerset Ski & Golf Club TUE July 12

Somerset Ski & Golf Club Wed July 13

Kirk Singles Thu July 14

Meadowbrook Music Festival Fri July 15

Reunion Saturday and Sunday July 16-17

Sailing Singles Small Boat Rendezvous Sat July 16

Somerset Ski & Golf Club Sun July 17

Michigan Swing Dance Association SUN July 17

Meadowbrook Music Festival SUN July 17

Schoolcraft College SUN July 17

Kirk Singles TUE July 19


 

Great Lakes Journal TUE July 12

the Ultimate All-Star Viewing Party!! A baseball themed dinner of hot dogs and chicken, and your first two drinks are on us! Tickets to this event are now only $45! Valet Parking $15 Contact : Rich Rachner 248-672-9516 Renaissance Club 36th Floor of Renaissance Center. Detroit, MI from 04:00 PM to 12:00 AM Member price $45 Guest Price $45

Keep checking the new Sailing Singles Slide Show and Peggy Jo's Sliide Show photos will be added from time to time.

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This newsletter is sent out each Monday morning and covers events of interst to active people no matter what their social status. It attempts to publicize worthwhile events that do not recieve adequate media attention.


  • Charley's Ballpark Mustard Introduced
  • Peggy Jo, on the left, and her son Charley are presenting Lynette Mitan with the first public tasting of Charley's Ballpark Mustard This occurred at the Fund Raising event, sponsored by Charley on Thursday July, 8 2005 at the Detroit Historic Museum for the benefit of The Miracle League of Michigan.
    Charley would like to thank the many people who made this event happen in just three days from conception to execution.

    If you have a mutimedia viewer installed click here to see a video produced by Fox2 News.

    There is also a slideshow that can be accessed by anyone here.

    All Star Game

    In keeping with the All Star Weekend The Miracle League conducted a one inning All Star Game on Sunday July 10, 2005. In the slideshowyou will see not only the kids like 10 year old Shane Karabelski from Royal Oak with Downs syndrome. Volunteer Victor Doucette who is the copy editor of crains newspaper and the announcer who sounds much like the announcer at Comerica Park. Victor gives each kid a major league buildup and has cerebral palsy and says that he would have participated in the league if it had existed when he was growing up. Stephan Peck the President of the Miracle League of Michigan and the guy that serves up the pitches that the kids can hit. You will also see many of the buddies that assist the kids by directing them.

    Wall-Mart Field is just 2 years old and was converted from a little league diamond but it still came with a half million dollar price tag. The surface is specially made so that wheel chairs and walkers don't get stuck.

    All kids are given a chance to bat and all kids score a run. The score is not kept and both sides win. The kids are all either physically or developmentally challenged. The motto of the Miracle League is " Every Child deserves The Chance to Play Baseball"

    The National Miracle League wants to build 500 fields across the nation to accommodate all the kids that are eligble.

  • Charley's Recommendation
  • Charley recommends : The best place for a hotdog is at Comerica Park in section 131 during a Tiger game but don't use ketchup and make sure you put the mustard on the dog and not the bun.

  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club TUE July 12
  • General Meeting. Still not food service at the elk's club. Dancing to a DJ after the Meeting Troy Elks Club at 1451 East Big Beaver between Rochester Road and John R. on the north side of the street. from 08:00 PM to 9:00 Dancing to a DJ after meeting Member price $4.00 Guest Price $5.00

  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club Wed July 13
  • Day of golf contact Bev Essary 586-573-7151 or bessary@sbcglobal,net for reservations. call 3 days before by 8pm. Arrive 30 min prior to start time. call to cancel. Heather Hills 810-798=3971 M-53 to 37 mile, turn left, stay to end, turn right on Fisher to McKail from 11:00 AM to Member price $42 Guest Price $42

  • Kirk Singles Thu July 14
  • Birmingham Jazz Festival Kickoff with Alexander Zonjic & Friends. Meet Kirkers at the statue between 6:30 and 7:00 PM, bring a folding chair or a blanket. Questions to Elaine (248-332-8462) or Paula (248- 643-6842) Shain Park Birmingham, MI from 06:30 PM to 09:00 PM

  • Meadowbrook Music Festival Fri July 15
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra Tchaikovsky Spectacular with Fireworks

  • Reunion Saturday and Sunday July 16-17
  • Attention Goebel Ski Club and old Somerset Ski Club members. 3 Day Party 1:00 pm until Dark Tap Beer Stop in Say hello or stay birthday Dinner 6:00 pm on Sunday
    Frank Janesick's Home 5109 Latimer W. Bloomfield, MI 248-706-5988 email address is bushwacked@peoplepc.com On Cass Lake from 01:00 PM till dark

  • Sailing Singles Small Boat Rendezvous Sat July 16
  • Quoted from the Anchor line:
    Third Annual Small Boat Rendezvous Every year brings its own flavor to our boating adventure at Crescent Sail Yacht Club, this year on July 16. One year the winds were so strong, and we took only one small boat out onto the lake. But others played with a laser and two kayaks on the lagoon. Last year several boat loads of people were able to experience the Flying Scots on Lake St. Clair. Every year people enjoy the beautiful setting, taking walks around the grounds or checking out the view from the balcony/boardwalk on the lake side of the clubhouse. Join us for great food provided by our favorite catering trio - Karen, Roy, and Barbara - and relaxation and fan on the water. The grounds are open around noon and the event lasts until about 7:00. Contact Onita Fitz at 248-852-9698. If you plan to bring a boat by water or a small boat to launch, please let Onita and/or Jim Moeller (313-885-2433) know in advance so arrangements can be made.

  • Somerset Ski & Golf Club Sun July 17
  • Day of golf contact Bev Essary 586-573-7151 or bessary@sbcglobal,net for reservations. call 3 days before by 8pm. Arrive 30 min prior to start time. call to cancel.
    Glen Oaks Country Club 248-851-8356 I696 to Orchard Lake N to 13 turn right to course from 11:00 AM to Member price RES $37 Non $43 Guest Price RES $37 Non $43

  • Michigan Swing Dance Association SUN July 17
  • The MSDA dances are attended by couple and singles alike. For the most part, our members are single and we are always happy to see new members join. The Amber House is located at 7012 E. Nine Mile Road between Mound and Van Dyke in Warren, Mi. Phone number: 586-754-3434. Visit http://amberhouse-danceclub.com/ from 3:00 PM to Member price $8.00 Guest Price $8.00

  • Meadowbrook Music Festival SUN July 17
  • Detroit Symphony Orchestra The Three Phantoms

  • Schoolcraft College SUN July 17
  • Michigan Jazz Festival Information here

  • Kirk Singles TUE July 19
  • The Kirk Singles will meet for their monthly happy hour at the Bahama Breeze Birmingham, MI On Big Beaver three blocks east of Livernois. from 05:30 PM to 8:00 pm

  • Prints of Original Paintings from Peggy Jo Studio

  • 911 Angel Watercolor Print
    10 X 14 1/2 Matted to 16 X 20 printed on watercolor paper sealed in plastic.An original water color painting by Peggy Jo Wise Marcuse
    Our price: $250.00
    10 in Stock
    more info ...

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