Peggy Jo Studio
Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Coming EventsJanuary 10, 2005

in this issue

Pippen at Stagecrafters 1/19/2005

What can we do to make this newsletter more useful to you?

Somerset Singles Ski and Golf Club Meeting Tue 1/11/2005

Sailing Singles Meeting 1/14/2005

Donate to the Salvation Army Tsunami Fund

Keep the lights Burning

Afterglow at Good Night Gracie'sThu 1/20/2005

Winter Wonderland Weekend

Kirk Singles Going to the Theater Fri 1/14/2005

Until Then..



Pippen at Stagecrafters 1/19/2005

Sailing Singles will be participating in a theme party at the Baldwin Theater 415 S. Lafayette in downtown Royal Oak

The Mardi Gras Theme party (costumes encouraged).Pre- glow and silent auction including wine and hors d'oeuvres prior to performance.

Make $30 check payable to Stagecrafters and send to Barb Clarke at 1758 Wickham Royal Oak Mi 48073


New Years resolution: Eliminate Energy Drains!

  1. Lighten Up.Depress the melatonin level by getting more light. Either more daylight or an extra light bulb on at night
  2. Chew on healthy snacks (apple, bannana and non- fat yogurt) Avoid high sugar and corn syrup products
  3. How about a nap? Longer than 30 minutes may make you groggy
  4. Visit an upbeat friend and talk about something your interested to arouse the brain
  5. Take a stroll, don't think excercise. Meditate while walking.
The above are hints on how to improve your physical health and the passage below will help with your spiritual health.

A Complete Restoration

God loves to decorate. God has to decorate.

Let him live long enough in a heart, and that heart will begin to change. Portraits of hurt will be replaced by landscapes of grace. Walls of anger will be demolished and shaky foundations restored. God can no more leave a life unchanged than a mother can leave her child's tear untouched.

This might explain some of the discomfort in your life. Remodeling of the heart is not always pleasant. We don't object when the Carpenter adds a few shelves, but he's been known to gut the entire west wing. He has such high aspirations for you. God envisions a Complete Restoration. He won't stop until he is finished. He wants you to be just like Him.

Ephesians 1:19
Grace for The Moment by Max Lucado

  • What can we do to make this newsletter more useful to you?
  • We have been publishing this newsletter every Monday since Memorial Day of 2004. and we have recieved many suggestions and submissions which have.

    Since this is the new year we want to encourage more people to sound off.

    Therefore survey participants will be eligible for a drawing for a $10.00 Gift certificate to McCormick and Schmick's.This weeks winners were: Mary Ann Garback, Helene Padgett and Debbie Wojcik. All of the other respondents will remain in the pool for next weeks drawing.

    If you just want to make a suggestion, you can skip the identification information.

    Here is the survey...
  • Somerset Singles Ski and Golf Club Meeting Tue 1/11/2005
  • On Tuesday the Somerset Singles Ski and Golf Club will be meeting at the Troy Elk's Club located on the north side of Big Beaver between Rochester Road and John R.

    The meeting starts at 8:00 pm but many members meet in the restaurant for dinner. They have a Spagetti dinner of $4.99 or one can order off the menu. Dancing to a disk jockey follows the meeting.

    Come and hear the reports on the Schuss-Shant Creek weekend.

  • Sailing Singles Meeting 1/14/2005
  • The meeting will held at the Troy Clawson Elks Club located on the North Side of Big Beaver between Rochester Road and John R. The meeting will start and 8:00 pm and dancing to a DJ will follow.

    Prior to the meeting there will be dance lessons starting at 7:00 pm.

    Many members meet early to have dinner in the Elk's Club restaurant which starts serving as early as 5:00 pm

    The speaker for the Sailing Singles meeting will be Dan Keiffer, director of the Clinton River Watershed Council. He'll be sharing information about the Clinton River which empties into Lake St. Clair and about what sailors can do to better the water quality in the lakes and rivers.

    The watershed Council has teamed up with the Anchor Bay Yachting Association. Sailing Singles is a member of that organization.

  • Donate to the Salvation Army Tsunami Fund
  • Here is where you can donate to the Salvation Army Tsunami fund online. The following is a letter from the General of the Salvation Army

    The terrible tsunami disaster in South Asia is a tragedy for the whole human family. And just as members of a family rally round when tragedy strikes, so the world family is coming to the aid of those who have suffered. Salvationists, particularly, identify themselves with all who suffer loss, so in these tragic circumstances we commit ourselves to do all we can to help alleviate suffering and give practical help.

    As soon as news of the current disaster was received, the Emergency Services at International Headquarters swung into action, as did Salvationists in most of the countries which suffered devastation.

    I call on all readers of this message to pray for those whose lives have so unexpectedly met with tragedy, and especially for those who have been bereaved. Pray also for all who are engaged in the relief ministry. Pray for the nations which have suffered, and pray for their leaders. I also call on those who can help practically to do so by offering financial support for the relief work. Donations can be made in a matter of minutes by clicking on the the donate button below.

    May God, our Heavenly Father, sustain in a special way those of his family who have been stricken.


    Donate here...
  • Afterglow at Good Night Gracie'sThu 1/20/2005
  • For you go-getters, it's time to start planning ahead for next year with the first AfterGlow of 2005! The upcoming AfterGlow will be hosted Thursday, January 20th at Goodnite Gracie, in downtown Royal Oak, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Goodnite Gracie is located inside Washington Square Plaza at 222 S. Sherman St. in Royal Oak.

    This jazz and martini bar situated in downtown Royal Oak offers the perfect relaxed, dimly-lit atmosphere for business networking. Overstuffed couches, unique pub tables, and illuminated cigar humidors add to the bar's swanky decor.

    The Detroit AfterGlow is a local organization built to promote business growth in the Detroit area by bringing like-minded entrepreneurs and business professionals together in relaxed, upscale environments.

    Bolstered by a relaxed atmosphere in some of Detroit's coolest settings, AfterGlow is quickly becoming one of the most successful after-hours business networking events. The people at these events include company CEOs, presidents and other top decision makers, providing the perfect opportunity for you to meet your next client or even strike your next deal!

    Register here
  • Winter Wonderland Weekend
  • Snow, sliding skis,sleigh ride, sdipping, shopping, snoozing

    You must know where we're going-To the Terrace Inn, by Petoskey for Ski on a Shoestring Weekend. Set aside the last weekend in February for a winter weekend getaway at a bargain price.

    In all, 15 rooms have been reserved for Feb. 25, 26 and morning of 27th, eight of which have twin beds, others have one queen-size bed.

    Downhill skiers can go to nearby Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands or Nub's Nob. Cross country skiers have several options including Petoskey State Park. Shoppers have several options in Petoskey, Charlevoix, and Harbor Springs. Relaxers can just relax.

    If you are interested in going please contact Onita Fitz at 248-852-0698 to let her knowso we can track whether we meet the discount quota. The rooms have been set aside in the name of Pat Setter

    Evie Douglas.

    Total Weekend Price
    Standard Rooms $130 per person
    Deluxe Rooms $152 per person
    Not included Transportation and downhill lift tickets.

  • Kirk Singles Going to the Theater Fri 1/14/2005
  • Kirk singles will be going to the Village theater on Woodward which is two blocks south of Maple. Call 248-644-2075 to reserve tickets. Request up front seating. Show time is 8:00 pm.

    The play is High Spirits a rollicking comedy based on Noel Coward's classic play Blythe Spirits

    For optional 6:30 pm dinner reservation at Peabody's call Paula Jones by January 12 248-643-6842. The price of the tickets is $16.00

  • Until Then..
  • An inspiring message concerning our troops.

    Here is the message...
  • In the photo above is, on the left Lori Bell and Peggy Jo. Lori is the mother of Kristen Bell the Star of Veronica Mars which appears on Channel 50 on Tuesday at 9:00 pm here in Southeastern Michigan.

    Kristen is originally from Huntington Woods and her mother still lives there. Veronica Mars was picked up for a second season and is critically acclaimed.

    Kristen plays the title role and it is as if the creator of the show knew Kristen when the script was written.

    Kristen plays a high school girl on the show who helps here father, the former sheriff, solve crimes.

    On a recent broadcast of the Late Late Show on CBS she mused that there are disadvantages of looking young such as being forced to show her birth identification when going to places that serve alcohol. The hostess was not sympathetic and asked if they offered her crayons while waiting.

    Last night (January 9, 2005) Kristen was a presenter on the Peoples Choice Awards Show.

    The link below will take you some sites where you can see some links.

    Here is the link...