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Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Coming EventsOctober 3, 2005

in this issue

Fintini's Thur Oct 6

Rosh Hashana OCT.3-5

From the October 2005 issue of Hour Detroit

A Fun Event For a Good Cause Mon Oct 3

Hazel Park Tues Oct 4

Rochester PWP at Rivercrest Thu Oct 6

A Toast To Ol' Blue Eyes Thu Oct 6 thru Sat Oct 8

PWP St. Clair Shores FRI October 07

Old World Dance Fri Oct 7

Stone Wall Pumpkins Sat Oct 8

St. Rene Dance Sat Oct 8

Coming up


 

Fintini's Thur Oct 6

Somerset Singles Ski and Golf Club will host their October Meet and Greet at Fintini's 55161 Shelby Rd at 25 Mile Shelby Township, MI 248-652-9883 from 05:30 PM Member price Menu/Bar Guest Price Menu/Bar

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

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Proverbs 29-11

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"Evil people are trapped by sin, but the righteous escape shouting for joy."

Proverbs 29-6

Hurray for Karin

She made it to the Sailing Singles' Skipper Awards Dinner on Saturday Oct 1. We celebrate her courage

See the photos on the next page

 

 

 

 

 

In the photo above with Karin Weber in the center are clockwise Ren Bryant, Peggy Jo and Loretta Church.

Karin looked beautiful and even got out of her wheelchair for a dance. Here she is briefly detached from her oxygen tank dancing with John Chesney.

Please keep holding her up in prayer. Karin needs a real miracle.

The highly successful event was hosted by the the AMCOF pictured below. From L-R Larry Foy, chairman, Jim Henderson emcee, John Chesney and Joseph Flack.

Bill Goodwin was voted Skipper of the Year and Mary Ann Garback was named the favorite crewmember. Ken Hooper won the prize for naming the ideal crew. All skippers were recognized for their contribution to the club as Jim Henderson quipped "Without them we would just be a group of people standing on the shore of Lake St. Clair."

By the way AMCOF stands for All Male Committee of Four.

There will be a slideshow of pictures from the event on the Sailing Singles website once all of the photos are gathered and uploaded.


  • Rosh Hashana OCT.3-5
  • Rosh Hashana is the Jewish New Year, commemorating the creation of Adam and Eve, the first human beings. On Rosh Hashana, the Books of Life and Death are open on the heavenly desk. On this "Day of Judgment," we each stand before God and offer our best case for being "created anew" -- i.e. granted another year of life. Rosh Hashana is to hear the sounding of the shofar.The shofar blasts represent three distinct themes of the day: It is the sound of the King's coronation It is the sobbing cry of a Jewish heart It is an alarm clock, arousing us from our spiritual slumber There is a beautiful website that might take a long time to load but it is the worth the wait. You can link to it here

  • From the October 2005 issue of Hour Detroit
  • They call him the singing hot dog man, but Charley Marcuse could also be known as the mustard Nazi.

    Widely recognized for his controversial operatic bellowing of "HoOoOoT DoOoOgs" during Tigers games at Comerica Park, the vendor also has irked some by his refusal to sell ketchup on his franks.

    Marcuse says he's a traditionalist, and with tradition comes mustard on hot dogs — no ketchup. Now he's taking his philosophy a step forward.

    This fall, Marcuse, 23, plans to launch his own line of spicy brown mustard in plastic squeeze bottles. The product: Charley's Ballpark Mustard. The catch phrase: It'll make you sing.

    "I just figured that since I make people eat mustard, I better give them a good mustard to eat," Marcuse says.

    "The public interest has been incredible." Marcuse envisions a full-flavored mustard with full or partially ground seeds — something with texture. He's lined up Elena's of Auburn Hills as his manu- facturer in an effort to keep the product local. He plans to sell the stuff in metro Detroit specialty stores and on his new Web site: www.charleysmustard.com.

    "Mustard seed, vinegar and water: You can do a lot with those three simple ingredients," Marcuse says. "This is going to have a lot of taste and flavor. Not real hot, mind you, but something with a zing to it."

    Marcuse has been singing at Tigers games since 1999. He picked up the idea while working at a Three Tenors concert at Tiger Stadium. Last year, Tigers officials asked him to pipe down after some fan complaints. The subsequent protest by fans who supported him gained him mentions in Sports Illustrated, an interview? on the BBC radio and a chance to sing on the Today show. Now, he warbles four times a game between innings as a compromise, but he's not thrilled about it. "I don't see how? I can be called a distraction in a ballpark that has a Ferns wheel, merry-go-round and giant score-board," he says. "People still constantly ask me to sing." Still, the notoriety has given Marcuse a chance to work Lions games this fall — and he's got a spot at the Super Bowl. But Lions lovers better not expect any ketchup. 'There's an old Dirty Harry movie where Clint Eastwood tells someone: 'You know, what really makes me sick is when you put ketchup on your hot dogs,'" Marcuse says. "I'll leave it at that." — Ben Schmitt

  • A Fun Event For a Good Cause Mon Oct 3
  • “Bond With Us!” is the cry from the Friends of Royal Oak Schools who are conducting A Ticket- free Concert and Fundraiser at the Royal Oak Music Theater 318 W. Fourth St. The event will feature Royal Oak’s own “mom rock bands” The Mydols and Candy Band . It will be an all ages concert. Chris Gloss says "Kids, bring your parents, and grandparents!"

    Doors open at 5 pm
    pm to 6 pm Concert from 6 pm to 9 pm Come and go as convenient for your schedule Pizza and munchies available for sale

    Thanks to the generosity of the sponsors, this is a ticket-free event. Donations gratefully accepted at the door All proceeds will support efforts to pass the Royal Oak School Bond Proposal.

    Sponsors Button’s Rent It
    Michigan Educational Credit Union
    Lily’ Seafood Restaurant
    Royal Oak Community Credit Union

    For more information:
    Sandy Wilkins, 248- 894- 6441 or Jeanne Sarnacki, 248- 376-7133

  • Hazel Park Tues Oct 4
  • Somerset Singles Ski & Golf Club will be at Night at Hazel Park Raceway Tuesday, October 04, 2005 at6:30pm. They will meet in the Hazel Park Raceway Clubhouse 1650 East 10 Mile Rd. at Dequindre, Parking is free. There will be a private smorgasbord buffet dinner & reserved Seating in the Main Dining Room Cost: $17.00 Members $20.00 Guests Invite your friends Call Joyce at 586-775-0589

  • Rochester PWP at Rivercrest Thu Oct 6
  • Weekly Dance with their very own Tj the DJ plays TOP 40 and Your requests. Rivercrest Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois from 08:00 PM to Member price $4.00 Guest Price $7.00

  • A Toast To Ol' Blue Eyes Thu Oct 6 thru Sat Oct 8
  • A Toast To Ol' Blue Eyes Adam James chosen by Tina Sinatra to play her father in Sinatra remembered

    Detroit Symphony Orchestra Max M. Fisher Music Center 3711 Woodward Detroit, Mich 48201 Box office 313-676-5111 10:45

  • PWP St. Clair Shores FRI October 07
  • Monthly Dance Fraser Lions Club Utica Road Fraser, MI located on Utica Rd. south of 15 Mile. from 08:00 PM

  • Old World Dance Fri Oct 7
  • Non-partner group dances from the Balkans, Israel, Turkey, etc. as well as couple dances -- waltzes, polkas, schottisches, etc. All ages & all levels are welcome. We provide light refreshments and dance on a wood floor. Contact : 248-569-5242 St James Church Hall Woodward and Hazelhurst Ferndale, MI from 7:00 PM

  • Stone Wall Pumpkins Sat Oct 8
  • Stone Wall Pumpkin Festival. Carve a pumpkin for display on the museum's stone walls. Art projects,games, hayrides, pumpkin bowling.

    Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm 1005 Van Hoosen Road Rochester Hills, MI 248-608-8198 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Member price Guest Price Reserve by 2005-10-08

  • St. Rene Dance Sat Oct 8
  • Monthly dance held every 2nd Saturday of the month Contact Shirley 586 939 8357 ssills@strene.org St Rene social hall, 35955 Ryan between 15 & 16 mile in Sterling Heights from 08:00 PM to 12:00 AM

  • Coming up
  • The Big Dance Sat Oct 15

    Are you a "Character?"
    A "Dance Fever Alumni?"
    A dancer from years ago?
    Don't miss the 10 ft video You might see someone you know!!!
    The Michigan Swing Dance Association has created an event called THE BIG DANCE. It is taking place on Saturday, October 15 at the Masonic Temple in Detroit.

    THE BIG DANCE will take place in TWO ballrooms

    ~ Suzy Brecht - MC. Professional dancer, teacher and DJ, Suzy will preside over the festivities in her very entertaining style
    ~ A special "Dancing with the Pros" segment
    ~ Fountain Ballroom ~ Paul King and the Rhythm Society Orchestra playing fabulous Big Band music
    ~ Crystal Ballroom - DJ Phil Dorroll from Nashville will be playing Ballroom, Swing, Hustle, Salsa, Country, and requests
    ~ West Coast Swing Workshop from 2 to 5 pm (Phil Dorroll) in the Crystal Ballroom at the Masonic. (Dinner elsewhere (not included) and then back to the dance.)
    ~ Lindy Workshop from 12 to 3 pm (Adam Vallus) at the Atomic Dog in Warren.
    ~ Free lesson at 7 PM in each ballroom
    ~ Dance from 8 PM until 1 AM
    ~ Jack & Jill Contests in Swing, Hustle & Lindy
    ~ Showcases by professional dancers
    ~ Toe to Toe dance shoes for sale
    ~ A big 10' x 10' screen showing photos and video clips of local dancers from the past several decades
    ~ Souvenir photos of you and your friends, taken at the dance, available for purchase
    ~ Information Station featuring studios, teachers, clubs, events, and other dance related items
    ~ Video of the dance available a few weeks after the dance
    ~ Seating/Tables may be reserved for clubs, studios, or any kind of group

    Call Sharon at 248-390-0515 or go to to the MSDA website or email them

    Cost Dance only $20, West Coat Swing and NC2 Workshop & Dance $50 LindyWorkshop & dance $50

    Guys and Dolls Party Fri Oct 21

    Gayle Shields invites all to come to a Guys and Dolls Theme Party The party will start at 6:30. Dress as a Guy or Doll (optional). Some of the men will be wearing their Tuxedos and the ladies will dress up. Gayle's House is at 2129 Tall Oaks in Troy, Michigan. Click on the link below to get a map. Bring a dish to pass, your own beverages, (no red wine), and $5.00 .

  • Not Too early

  • Greeting Cards with the 911 Angel
    911 Angel pack of 12 with envelopes.
    Our price: $20.00

    more info ...

  • "Living Life to the Fullest With Oriental Rugs in October"
  • "Living Life to the Fullest" with Fine Oriental Rugs, Guest Robert Zahloute, Host Lynette Mitan is showing on Channel 52 & Channel 18 Wide Open West on: Wednesday 5:30 AM.........catch the early birds! Thursday 4:00 PM Friday 11:00 AM

    Lynette says "This show will entertain, educate, and tickle your palate to learn more as we continue our journey. This is one of 12 shows to air with Living Life to the Fullest. Join us and understand we are here as a patchwork of society.

  • Walking in Liberty Cable Program Schedule
  • "A Spiritual Walk for Women"


    Cities:
    Auburn Hills, Berkley, Clawson, Femdale, Huntington Woods, Oakland Twp.. Pleasant Ridge, Rochester, Rochester Hills, Royal Oak, Troy and Madison Heights on WOW only
    Channel(s): Comcast Ch.52 & Wide Open West Ch. 18
    Day & Time: Sunday's at 7:00 p.m.
    Public Access Organization: Community Media Network of Troy Web Address: www.cmntv.org

    Cities:
    Bloomfield Township & Bloomfield Hills
    Channel(s): Comcast Ch. 15
    Day & Time: Sunday's at 3:00 p.m.
    Cities:
    Bingham Farms, Birmingham, Beverly Hills & Franklin

    Channel(s): Comcast Ch. 18
    Day & Time: Sunday's at 6:30 p.m.
    Public Access Organization: Bloomfield Community Television Web Address: www.bloomfieldtwp.org (go to services, go to cable & go to schedule)

    Cities:
    Southfield, Lathrup Village, Oak Park, Hamtramck, Hazel Park, Madison Hts. Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake, Sylvan Lake and West Bloomfield
    Channel(s): Comcast Ch. 18
    Day & Time: Sunday's at 5:30 p.m.
    Public Access Organization: Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. .

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