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"A Newsletter to Embrace Life and to Encourage both singles and couples Spiritually, Physically, and Mentally to be Active which brings Good Health"
Volume: 6 Issue: 21 October 20, 2008

" This is what the Lord says: "Let not the wise man boast of his wisdom or the strong man boast of his strength or the rich man boast of his riches, but let him who boasts boast about this: that he understands and knows me, that I am the Lord, who exercises kindness, justice and righteousness on earth, for in these I delight," declares the Lord."
Jeremiah 23,24

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This Weeks Now Famous Person

George from the Farmer's MarketJordon Adler is now famous because he is appearing in the "Got Mustard Campaign" . however, he was allready famous because he is the Author of the Book "Beach Money" which you can see at http://www.beachmoney.com/

Jordan Adler has created a seven figure income in his current network marketing enterprise and has personally inspired thousands of people to achieve remarkable success through network marketing. He currently travels the U.S. and Canada motivating his team to reach their personal and financial dreams and training distributors on the simplicity of growing a successful business. Jordan splits his time between Chicago, Illinois and Phoenix, Arizona. He also regularly finds time for the mountains and the beach of course. His hobbies include running, world travel, music and real estate investing. So when you see or contact him be sure to tell him you've seen him in the "Got Mustard" campaign. You can see the other 550 plus people by clicking on the underlined words above.

There are over 550 people who have volunteered to participate and we have found it necessary to change the way the slide show runs so that people can browse rather than wait to see their photo with the "digital mustard" on their upper lip. One can replace the phrase in the section box with their 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 webmaster@peggyjostudio.net. We will supply the "digital mustard".

Congratulations Jordan


Top 10 Eating Tips to Stay Energized All Day

Here's an energizing Email I received.

Top 10 Tips to Stay Energized All Day
by Monique Ryan, MS, RD
1. Start the day right. Yes, that means breakfast. Combine a whole grain with fruit, skim dairy, or soy milk, and even add some lean protein to the mix to sustain energy levels throughout the morning. Cooked oatmeal with yogurt and a banana or Lite Mueslix with soy milk and blueberries are good choices.
2. Have a mid-morning snack. Combine a protein and a carbohydrate. It is fine to be hungry mid-morning, so honor your hunger and give your body fuel when it is asking for it. Try yogurt with a peach, low fat string cheese with an apple, or cottage cheese and grapes.
3. Eat lunch on time. Don't push back lunch until you are ravenous. Instead, eat your mid-day fuel right on time to keep your blood glucose levels nice and steady.
4. Boost your mental energy. Nature's nutrition for the brain are omega-3 fatty acids. Add light tuna or salmon to your lunchtime food choices, in addition to walnuts, tofu, and canola oil. Healthy fat keep you feeling full for a longer period of time, so add small amounts to meals and snacks. Some good choices include avocado and almonds.
5. Start the day with moderate caffeine levels and keep caffeine intake modest. While it does increase mental energy, too much caffeine may lead to energy highs and then lows, and it can interferes with quality sleep.
6. Limit processed foods high in sugar. Avoid the office candy jar, treats, and vending machine whenever possible. Processed foods do not provide sustained energy and can result in low-energy moments during the day.
7. Consume foods high in folate. Higher levels of blood folate have been associated with faster and better thought processing. Good sources include lentils, chickpeas, black beans, asparagus, broccoli,  avocado, and orange juice. Also important are vitamins B6, found in bananas and spinach, and B12, found in lean proteins and skim dairy products.
8. Have an afternoon snack. If dinner is late or if you have an evening workout scheduled, fruits, vegetables, and low-fat yogurt provide energizing carbohydrate.
9. Consume complex carbohydrates that contain fiber. The fiber allows the carbohydrates to be released more slowly, providing sustained energy. Opt for whole grain bread, whole wheat pasta, brown rice, and whole grain cereals.
10. Stay hydrated. About two-thirds of our body is water, and dehydration can contribute to reduced energy levels. About 80% of the fluid we consume comes from the fluids we drink, and the other 20% comes from foods. Always drink when you are thirsty, and have water available during the day to hydrate regularly.


Cider Mills in Southeastern Michigan

This is still very popular so we are repeating the list. We compiled a list and put it here. If you find any errors, corrections or additions, please leave a comment.


Three Sailing Captains Looking For Crew and/or Passengers

One in Virginia and another in the Granadines and another sailing St Martin, St Bart, St Kitts, Nevis Sailing trip




From Our Readers:

Dear Peggy Jo,

Sailing Singles will be conducting their
Homemade Sweet Treats Auction on Friday, November 14,08 Registration:  6:30pm 7:00pm     Auction
at the (Royal Oak) Elks (club), prior to their meeting These homemade treats are great hostess& Holiday gifts

M.G.


Dear Peggy Jo,

I suggest you include (in the cider Mill List)‘Apple Charlie’s Cider Mill at 38035 South Huron Road, New Boston, MI 48164 ph 734-753-9380.

Features baked goods [pices, bread, donuts, etc] and the richest unpasteurized cider.
Also has a petting zoo, kiddie rides and hay rides.

Exit 11 from I-275 and go west about a mile.

K.P.


Dear Peggy Jo,

The story (Paul Newman Story on the blog) was hilarious, but I could just see me doing the same thing.
marriages all have there ups and downs, I know from personal experience,
‘but if you preserver it is worth the love.

V.L.


Dear Peggy Jo,

very cute story, (Paul Newman Story on the blog)

link to a poem written by Eric Kingston, on youtube

A Tribute to Paul Newman-

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_IkG6N4DDQ

Bill


Dear Peggy Jo,

I loved this story( Paul Newman Story on the blog)and can imagine it could have been me. How fun and funny.

Paul Newman was such an incredible man if we are to believe what has been written about him. Truly a man who knew who he was and didn’t let anyone take it from him.

Of all the things I loved about him, and of course, those blue eyes are something else….I most loved he was faithful to his wife. She is a dear, but so are many other Hollywood actresses whose philandering husbands would by their behavior say otherwise.

And with the swooning of so many of us ladies in our life time, I’m sure he had women who’d offer him all kinds of things But he was to the core of himself a wonderful man. How remarkable. And I had the pleasure to know of such a man although I never met him in person.

His one life has done so much to prove to all the goofey people in Hollywood that it can indeed be done.

Then you get to the philanthropic element of his life---and there’s something far greater going on there…

And then that twinkle in his eye went on to the race track where he did indulge in his desires. How terrific. I’m glad he could do such things.

JoAnn Woodward, his faithful wife---what a love affair they must have had all those many years. I wonder about how she’s doing---I’m sure well---and yet, my prayers cover her --- such a loss.

Thanks for making this blog possible. I have to say these things and now I have someone to “listen”. bless you.

Edie


 

" Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm."
Psalm 105:15

Mon. Oct. 20 Events

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Monday Night Dancers

MON 2008-10-20
Singles & Couples Dance Lessons: Beginners 5:30, Intermediate 6:30, Dance Party 7:30-10:30. No dance partner needed. Lessons $5, Dance Party $6. Snacks included. Big Band, Latin, Swing, Fox trot, Waltz, Polka. Contact 313-295-1134
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C. 23663 Park St., Dearborn, MI.
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter



" Pour out your wrath on the nations that do not acknowledge you, on the peoples who do not call on your name."
Jeremiah 10:25

Tue. Oct. 21 Events

Success Institute

An evening of powerful revelation and transformation, as we share God's word for your success
Teaching by the well known motivational speakers Doug Firebaugh and his wife Jodi.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Troy Community Center 3179 Livernois Troy, MI 248-524-3181
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter

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Royal Oak Musicale - Music, Classical and Jazz Music

TUE 2008-10-21
Free and open to the public- Refreshments served following program Contact Kerry Contact Kerry 248-549-2057 catchkerrybug@sbcglobal.net
Starts at 1:00 PM. Price is $2.Location: Good Shepard Lutheran Church. 814 North Campbell Road, Royal Oak, MI. web http://www.goodshepherdro.com/
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Walking - Bethany East

TUE 2008-10-21
Park in the Kroger parking lot. We will be walking south over the Milk River and past the Ford property (very pretty this time of year) Contact: Eileen (586) 777-0530.
Starts at 6:30 PM..Location: Marter Road and Jefferson. St. Clair Shores, MI (at the benches on the corner).

Divorce Recovery - Bethany South Oakland County

TUE 2008-10-21
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

Kirk Singles

TUE 2008-10-21
6th of 6 Divorce Recovery Workshops dedicated to providing a supportive atmosphere for those experiencing or have recently experienced the trauma of divorce. Advance reservations necessary. Contact : 248-626-2515, Ext. 326.
Starts at 7:30 PM..Location: Kirk in the Hills Presbyterian Church. 1340 West Long Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills, MI. 48302 On the north side of Long Lake Rd., west of Telegraph Rd., park in the west parking lot, workshop is in Room Abbey A-28 .
Submitted by: John Rhinehart

Wed. Oct. 22 Events

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Royal Oak Computer Club

WED 2008-10-22
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
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter



" Tricks and treachery are the practice of fools, that don't have brains enough to be honest."
Benjamin Franklin

Thu. Oct. 23 Events

Make a difference this year--- Send an unexpected greeting card by U.S. Mail every day! Send Out Cards (click here)

Festivals and Community Events

THU 2008-10-23
10th Annual Chili Dawg Festival Featuring Charley Marcuse The "Singing Hot Dog Man" All of the details are here
From 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM..Location: Downtown Ionia. Ionia, MI. .
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Somerset Ski & Golf Club

THU 2008-10-23
Meet N' Greet. Appetizers will be served. $2 Domestic Beer, $3 Import Drafts, $3 house wine $4 calls and $5 martini's. Bring all of your friends to the latest upcoming restaurant in Royal Oak. . Contact : Judy 586-530-0255 / Sharon 248-763-6303.
From 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM. Price is Cash Bar.Location: BlackFinn Restaurant. 530 S. Main St., Royal Oak, MI.
Submitted by: Judy Benn

Dance at Young at Heart - Various Dances

THU 2008-10-23
Singles, Couples Welcome! Meet New Friends, Matchmaker Dance, Laughter, Door Prize, Food, Cash Bar. Proceeds Helping Special Needs Children in Macomb County. Contact: Bev. Moran 586 254 6534
Starts at 5:30 PM. Price is $5.Location: St.Nicholas Council Knights of Columbus. 34782 Ryan, Sterling Heights, MI. .

Fun Ballroom Dancing - For the Fun of it Ballroom Dancing

THU 2008-10-23
Ballroom Dancing - it's cheaper than the movies and popcorn and more fun. It's great for your health and a great way to meet new people. FREE dance lessons at 7:00. For This is a fundraiser for Year of Faith Intern Program
Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is $10.Location: Blossom Heath. 24800 Jefferson, St. Clair Shores, MI. 48080 810-627-9613 .

Bethany South Oakland County

THU 2008-10-23
Bethany South Oakland County General Meeting. Contact : 248-548-2765 - jbischmc@hotmail.com
Starts at 7:30 PM..Location: St. Columban Church. 1775 E Melton Rd, Birmingham, MI. 48009 Web site is saintcolumbanchurch.com.
Submitted by: Carol Spellman

Ann Arbor Ski Club

THU 2008-10-23
Club Meeting and Dance. Need not be a member. Informational meeting. Refreshments and DJ after. .
Starts at 8:00 PM..Location: Cobblestone Farm Center. 2781 Packard, Ann Arbor, MI. 48108 .

Selective Singles Social Club

THU 2008-10-23
Begin your day with good friends and good food . Non-members welcome. Bring a friend. Rosemary at 313.881.3934 .
Starts at 9:00 AM. Order off menu .Location: Cracker Barrel. 30750 Little Mack Ave, Roseville, Mi. 48066

PWP- Rochester

THU 2008-10-23
Weekly Dance. Our very own TJ the DJ plays TOP 40 and Your requests.
Starts at 7:00 PM. Member Price is $5 and guest price is $9.Location: Rivercrest Hall. 900 W Avon Road, Rochester MI. Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois.

Metropolitan Single Professionals

Thu 2008-10-23
Everyone is Welcome to Join US Fun & Fine Dining! We will meet in the lounge Anytime between 6:00 and 7:30pm for socializing with dinner afterwards.
From 8:00 pm to 1:00 am. Order off menu .Location: Gus O’Conner’s /Second City Comedy Club. 42875 Grand River, Novi, MI.

Fri. Oct. 24 Events

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Motor City Theater Organ Society

Week end of 2008-10-24
HALLOWEEN DOUBLE FEATURE The Invisible Man and The House of Frankenstein
Starts at . Price is $6.Location: Redford Theatre. 17360 Lahser Rd, Detroit, MI. 48219 (313) 537-2560 At Grand River Two blocks North of McNichols.
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Restaurant of the Month - GM Ski Club

FRI 2008-10-24
Even when Alibi was a rundown lounge, patrons came to partake in the oversized Greek salads and pizza pies. Now its second-generation dining room looks like a cozy cabin, featuring heavy beam rafters, a double-sided fireplace and a 350-year-old tree trunk that serves as the hostess stand. The long-time chef makes even ordinary dishes sing, including her classic fish and chips. Subs are a great second choice, topped with piles of slaw.

Contact Darrell. (586-899-8203) dahlberg7@comcast.net
Starts at . Member Price is $2 and guest price is $4.Location: Alibi Inn. 6700 Rochester Rd, Troy, MI. 48085-1237 (248) 879-0014

Phil's Fun Single Dances, LLC

FRI 2008-10-24
7 pm to 8:30 pm HAPPY HOUR*MEET & GREET/Dinner Specials & All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner for $5.00/$2.00 House Wines for the night/8 pm to 12 midnight "Dance"/Cash Bar/Great DJ/Smoke Free/Snacks @ 8:30 pm/Dressy Casual Attire
From 7:00 PM to 12:00 AM. Price is $ 10.00.Location: Troy Elks Club. 1451 East Big Beaver Road, Troy, MI 48083 1/2 mile East of Rochester Road on the North side of Big Beaver Road More Information Phone : 248-941-0120.
Submitted by: Phil Gural

An Enchanted Evening

FRI 2008-10-24
Join friends and family for a night of food, fun, dancing and hope! “When you wish upon a star…you make a difference!” The evening wil include, strolling hors d’oeuvres, food stations, dessert table, coffee station, cash bar, silent auction and raffle. Music and Entertainment: “Simone Vitale Band” exceptional talent and well known band. http://www.simonevitale.com/ Keynote Speaker: Dr. David Decker M.D., Head of Oncology William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak Schedule as follows: 7:00pm-9:00pm Arrival, Strolling Hors’ d’oeuvre, Food Stations. 9:00pm-9:30pm Motivational Speeches 9:30pm-Midnight Simone Vitale and Dancing 10:00pm-Midnight Desert table and Coffee Station
All the information is here
From 7:00 PM to 12:00 PM..Location: Red Run Golf Club. 2036 Rochester Rd., Royal Oak, MI 48073 248-548-7500 .

Detroit Institute of Arts

FRI 2008-10-24
Family Fridays (Fourth Friday): Special family performances featuring everything from puppets to theater to music, storytelling, museum tours and drop-in workshops.
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Detroit Institute of Arts. 5200 Woodward Avenue Detroit, MI. 313.833.7900 More here

Kirk Singles

FRI 2008-10-24
Meet old friends and make new ones, joining us at this upscale Asian restaurant. Good food, good company, brilliant conversation, a most enjoyable evening. Reservations to Sue (248-705-4112)
From 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Order off menu .Location: Chen Chow Restaurant. 260 N. Old Woodward, Birmingham, MI 48009 Second block north of Maple Rd., east side of street, park two hours free in nearby City parking structures.
Submitted by: John Rhinehart

SaxAppeal at Peabody's - Music, Variety Dance Band

FRI 2008-10-24
Dave and Maria Kujat have become the favorite music makers of many of the clubs in the Southeastern Michigan area because they play music to fill the dance floor. They watch the people in attendance and try to play music that they enjoy. Their versatility and professional delivery make any occasion fun.

Attention Kirk Singles, Stop in after your event at the Chen Chow for a night cap
Starts at 8:00 PM..Location: Peabody's. 34965 Woodward, Birmingham, MI. 48089 248-444-5222 web http://www.peabodyrestarant.com .


" A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle."
Benjamin Franklin

Sat. Oct. 25 Events

Make a difference this year--- Send an unexpected greeting card by U.S. Mail every day! Send Out Cards (click here)

PWP- Rochester

SAT 2008-10-25
Cook-Out $5.00 Cheeseburger, Hamburger or Chicken plus side dishes. Euchre Tournament $10.00 7:00 PM. Call Sal at 9248) 280-0244 or his cell (248) 821-6081. Everyone welcome, eat, play cards or both.
From 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM..Location: Royal Oak Eagles Club. 401 E.Fourth St., Royal Oak, MI 48067
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Halloween Hop - Sophisticated Singles

SAT 2008-10-25
"Halloween Hop". Best costumes for both men & women.Free Cha Cha dance lesson by professional instructor Terry Bee.DJ Randy Malecki. Ages 30 and up.Low beer & wine prices, $2 Free munchies. Half price $6 admission wearing costume
Starts at 7:00 PM. Member Price is $9 and guest price is $12.Location: Burton Manor & Conference Center. 27777 Schoolcraft, Livonia, MI 48150 734-427-9110

Bethany East

SAT 2008-10-25
“Monthly” DANCE Cost for the dance is $12.00 which includes refreshments, snacks, beer, wine, pop, and coffee. Contact: Loretta (586) 264-0284 or Connie (586) 354-4949. .
Starts at 8:00 PM. Price is $12.Location: Sterling Chateau. 38500 Ryan Road, MI. (Holy Ghost Orthodox Church)Just South of seventeen Mile Road. .
Submitted by: Barbara Millitello

Moon-Dusters

SAT 2008-10-25
Ballroom Dancing to a live band singles, couples, All Welcome Dress Code: Ladies- Date Style clothes, Gentlemen- Jackets and ties. Mike Wolverton. Dance instructions from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. every Saturday. June and July are Samba lessons. Cost $6.0
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.


" Words may show a man's wit but actions his meaning."
Benjamin Franklin

Sun. Oct. 26 Events

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Bowling - Bethany East

SUN 2008-10-26
Bowling League. You can still join this fun-loving, every-other Sunday League. Sub may be needed. Contact: Bob (586) 468-0223 or Larry (586) 778-2974.
Starts at 6:30 PM..Location: Shore Lanes. 13 Mile and Harper.
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


U of M Ballroom Dance Club

SUN 2008-10-26
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



Future Events:

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.


Monday Night Dancers

MON 2008-10-27
Singles & Couples Dance Lessons: Beginners 5:30, Intermediate 6:30, Dance Party 7:30-10:30. No dance partner needed. Lessons $5, Dance Party $6. Snacks included. Big Band, Latin, Swing, Fox trot, Waltz, Polka. Contact 313-295-1134
Starts at 7:00 PM..Location: Father Patrick O'Kelley K of C. 23663 Park St., Dearborn, MI.
Please let them know that you saw the notice in the Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter


Walking - Bethany East

TUE 2008-10-28
Park in the Kroger parking lot. We will be walking south over the Milk River and past the Ford property (very pretty this time of year) Contact: Eileen (586) 777-0530.
Starts at 6:30 PM..Location: Marter Road and Jefferson. St. Clair Shores, MI (at the benches on the corner).

Ninth Congressional District - Inforum- A Professional Women's Alliance

TUE 2008-10-28
Inforum and the Troy Chamber of Commerce bring you moderated discussions with the candidates for Oakland County Executive Director and Michigan Representative for the 9th District. Moderator: John Bebow, Executive Director, The Center for Michigan Candidates running for Oakland County Executive Southfield Mayor Oakland County Executive Brenda L Lawrence L. Brooks Patterson Candidates running for Michigan Representative, 9th District Representative Former Michigan Lottery Joel Knollenberg-R* Commissioner Gary Peters-D Tuesday, October 28 7 - 8:30 p.m. Walsh College, 3838 Livernois, Troy, MI 48083 This is a FREE event sponsored by the Troy Chamber of Commerce, the Troy Area Republican Club and the Troy Democratic Club. To reserve your seat, contact the Troy Chamber at 248.641.8151 or theteam@troychamber.com
From 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM..Location: Walsh College. 3838 Livernois, Troy, MI 48083

Divorce Recovery - Bethany South Oakland County

TUE 2008-10-28
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

Bethany North Oakland County

WED 2008-10-29
Meet N Greet Mixer. Order from the menu. Dancing- Cash Bar Contact John 248-464-0756 .
Starts at 6:00 PM..Location: Andiamo Mesquite Creek. 7228 N. Main , Clarkston, MI. 48346 New Location exit 91 (Ortonville rd M-15).

Royal Oak Computer Club

WED 2008-10-29
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

Bethany East

SAT 2008-11-01
Cost is $12 for adults and $8 for children ages 3-7 yrs. Optional lunch at Polonia's in Hamtramck (which is near the studio).
Starts at 11:00 AM..Location: St. Martin de Porres. 31515 Hoover Road, Warren, MI. 48093 Located north of 13 Mile Road Carpool to the event.
Submitted by: Barbara Millitello

The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Me While Carin - Inforum- A Professional Women's Alliance

THU 2008-11-06
The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Me While Caring for Them People who are balancing a professional job in addition to caring for an older family member or friend are likely to stall their careers, lose a job, experience emotional stress or encounter negative economic impacts. This seminar will help caregivers prepare to make necessary financial, medical, and legal decisions when caring for another adult while keeping their careers on track. Presenters: Laurel Felsenfeld, Professional Geriatric Care Manager, Aging Answers, LLC; Carine Hails, Attorney, Hails Law, PLLC; and Colleen Theuerkauf, Financial Advisor, Raymond James & Associates. Click here to register
From 8:00 AM to 10:30 AM..Location: Birmingham Community House. 380 South Bates Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 (248) 644-5832 web http://www.communityhouse.com/

Dinner of the Month - Sailing Singles

FRI 2008-11-07
6:30 for drinks (cash bar) 7:00 for dinner 8:30 dancing Dinner will be served buffet style as follows: City Chicken Borscht (beet) Soup Mixed Vegetables Roast Pork Loin Rye bread & butter Baked Kraut Stuffed Cabbage Potato Pancakes w/applesauce Baby Potatoes Tea, Coffee, soda You are invited to a Polish dinner mixer. This will be a good opportunity to mingle and meet new people from other clubs including GM Ski Club and Skiwi Ski Club. Invitations are also being sent to other area clubs so there should be a good mix of people with an opportunity to make new friends and enjoy an evening of fun. Make check out to “Sailing Singles” and send to: Ann Enghardt 35403 Cathedral Drive Sterling Heights, MI 48312 Deadline: 11/5/08
Starts at 6:30 PM. Member Price is $21 and guest price is $26.Location: Polonia of Hamtramck. 2934 Yemans St, Hamtramck, MI. 48212 313.505.3757 .

Carribean Cruise with the Detroit Tigers - Cruise Partner of The Detroit Tigers

Week of 2008-11-29
Come celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the 1968 World Champion Detroit Tigers on the New Holland America Eurodam. Cruise with Wille Hortin and Jim Price. Many special activities with the 1968 Tigers. Cruise starts in Ft.Lauderdale and ports are Grand Turks, St. Thomas, Tortola, Half Moon Cay. Pricing Starts at $699.00 per person- Air Extra. Call Cruise Holidays at 586-566-9890 or visit www.Cruiseandexploreonline.com or www.Detroitbaseballcruise.com for more information. Reserve by 8/30/2008.
Start time not applicable..Location: Carribean Cruise with the Detroit Tigers.

Christmas gala - Sailing Singles

SAT 2008-12-06
Don’t miss the elegant Christmas gala of the season. Our round tables will overlook the grounds through the bow windows, entertaining us with twinkle lights. Elaborately decorated Christmas Trees will don the room to compliment our round tables with linens and centerpieces to match.

Our evening will begin with hors devours of international and domestic cheeses and fruits with a cash bar available for those who wish to imbibe.

Come dinner time, we will be served at our tables with a handsome meal beginning with salad and ending with a decadent dessert, and an entree consisting of both beef tenderloin and chicken.

After dinner, we will be entertained both for our listening and dancing pleasure by the renounced Barbara Ware, who really knows how to caress a lyric, and the Cliff Monear Trio. This is a group that has performed for many major events within and outside of Michigan. They are well-known for their musical talents, selling many CD's, and we are so, so fortunate that they have agreed to perform at our party.

Time: 6:30 PM 7:30 Hors Devours
7:30 PM 8:30 Dinner (sit-down)
9:00 PM Midnight Music and Dancing

Music: Barbara Ware and the Cliff Monear Trio
Cost: $60.00 members
$65.00 non-members
Complimentary Valet Parking
Mail checks payable to Sailing Singles, to:
Sailing Singles
12326 Watkins Drive
Shelby Township, MI 48315

Starts at 6:30 PM..Location: Cherry Creek Golf & Banquet Center. 52000 Cherry Creek Drive, Shelby Township, MI. 48316 (24 Mile East of Van Dyke).

Annual Christmas Parrty - Somerset Ski & Golf Club

SAT 2008-12-13
Open Bar, Excellent Buffet Dinner at 7:30pm, Dancing to the live music of Sax Appeal, Door Prizes, Dressy Holiday Attire, Black Tie Optional. Tickets can be purchased from any board member at Club meetings & other activities or mail a check, along with a self addressed stamped envelope payable to SSS&GC by Dec. 8th to: Linda Schiller, 1740 Black Maple Dr. Rochester Hills, MI 48309. TICKETS CANNOT BE PURCHASED AT THE DOOR.
From 6:30 PM to 12:30 AM. Price is $50.00 pp.Location: The Vintage House. 31816 Utica Rd., Fraser, MI 586-415-5678 West off Grosebeck Hwy, Between 13 & 14 Mile Roads.
Submitted by: Judy Benn


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