Peggy Jo Studio
Peggy Jo Studio Newsletter
Coming EventsNovember 1, 2004

in this issue

Sailing Singles Wine Tasting Party Wed 11/03/2004

Somerset Bowling Sun. 11/7/2004

Celtic New Years Party Sun 11/7/2004

Nancy Curnow Art Show for the Month of November

"Learning from old men and starfish"

Moral/Ethical Question Contest Results

How to find out what's going on in the future

Trip out East

Kirk Singles Financial Forum Monday 11/8/2004

Christmas Parties Planned

Information about This Newsletter

Larry Chenault Update


 

Sailing Singles Wine Tasting Party Wed 11/03/2004

Barbara Clarke and Pat Setter will be hosting a wine and cheese tasting party where attendees will be sampling unique wines from a unique company- PRP Wine International

The company proudly presents top quality and unique wines from all over the United States and Europe. Sailing Singles member Art Talbot will provide us with detailed information on each wine.

It will be held at Wagon Wheel Saloon on the southeast Corner of Big Beaver and Rochester Road on Wednesday, November 3, 2004 starting at 6:00 pm and lasting to 8:00 pm.

The cost for members is $10.00 and $15.00 for guests. With the cost of admission attenees will be entered in a drawing for a fine wine compliments of PRP Wine International

Pat and Barb urge all to join the fun, stay for dinner and mix and mingle with sailing Singles Members and guests.

To make a reservation, send your check payable to Sailing Singles and mail it to Barbara Clarke, 1758 Wickham, Royal Oak, Mi 48073 phone 248-435-5878

Greetings!

place your mouse over this text and depress the left button if someone referred you to this online-newsletter and you would like to get your own copy in the future

If you want to forward this newsletter to a friend, use the link at the bottom of this newsletter rather than just forwarding it because your friend might not like the newsletter and will opt-out and since your email address is on the email, you too will be removed. Your friend will not be added to the database unless they sign up.

Many people are reading this newsletter but missing out on all of the information provided by the links. When you see some words that are blue and underlined, point your mouse at them and click. They are often hyperlinks that will take you to further information.


  • Somerset Bowling Sun. 11/7/2004
  • Bowling every other week at 5-Star Lanes 16 Mile East of Dequindre. It starts at 3:00 pm. Contact Rosalie Walsh 586-783-3299

    There are no teams. Everyone bowls individually. Lane Mates are rotated throughout the season

  • Celtic New Years Party Sun 11/7/2004
  • From 2:00 pm until 8:00 pm there will be a full afternoon of traditional Irish Music to celebrate the Celtic New year that started November 1, 2004.

    The event will be held at The Friendly Son's of St Patrick Hall 8269 E. Eight Mile 3 blocks east of Van Dyke in Warren Michigan.

    $10.00 Donation Children Free. Cash Bar and food

    .

    Place your mouse over this text and depress the left button to see the flyer.
  • Nancy Curnow Art Show for the Month of November
  • Peggy Jo and Nancy Curnow pictured to the left.

    Nancy has been held over by popular demand until the end of November.

    The exhibit is being held at the Colonial Gallery in the Perfecto Gelatto Caffe on the Nautical Mile. 24317 Jefferson St. Clair Shores, Mi on Tuesdays-Saturday from 8:00 am to 6:00pm and on Saturday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The phone number is 586-776-3627

  • "Learning from old men and starfish"
  • Find out what makes a differnce.

    by going to this site...
  • Moral/Ethical Question Contest Results
  • We would like to thank the people who took the time to participate in the poll presented last week. We admit that the situation presented was very hypothetical and unlikely. However it did spark interest.

    Paul Mauerer came up with almost the same answer that was considered correct by the authors of the quiz and is therfore our winner.

    Joyce Upchurch came up with, what we think is an updated correct answer and is therefore our co-winner.

    The results of the poll can be found at the link below.

    Place your mouse over this text and depress the left button to get the details
  • How to find out whats going on in the future
  • This Newsletter comes out each Monday and is devoted , for the most part, to covering events in the coming week. However, some people want to know what is going on in the future.

    By going to the What's Happening This week page ,which can be found in the quicklinks section of this newsletter, one can see the two buttons pictured above. Clicking one's mouse on the one entitled Future Events will produce a calendar for the current month. Each day contains the name of an organization conducting an evnt on that day.

    By clicking on a day, one can see the events for that day. When finished one can use the back button to get back to the monthly callendar. In the lower left hand corner of the monthly calendar are two boxes where one can select another month and even another year.

    Knowing what is already planned can help organizations with their future schedules and can avoid conflicts.

    The other button ,entitled Add/Change, can be used to communicate with the webmaster of Gray and White Computing. It presents a form that can be used to describe a one time event or a recurring event or to correct an event.

    The more organizations that participate by entering events, the more usefull the page will become.

    Also these newsletters are archived and can be found at the link below

    You can find past issues here...
  • Trip out East
  • I recently took an auto trip out east which took me to Boston, New York and Washington D.C.. This issue covers part of that trip. Follow the link below.

    Place your mouse over this text, then depress the left mouse button to get this information.
  • Kirk Singles Financial Forum Monday 11/8/2004
  • Monday November 8: Social Security & Medicare Back by popular demand will be Mr. O'Brien Roberson of the Social Security Administration. The history and practices of the Social Security Administration will be discussed. Don't sit holding on the phone waiting for answers to your questions and concerns, come hear it from the horse's mouth. Mr. Roberson has years of experience at the Social Security Administration and can easily help you find answers to your questions and concerns.

    Monday November 22: EBAY: What it is and how to use it With the Holidays approaching, doing your shopping over EBAY or similar internet auction sites may be beneficial. Rich Armstrong will present the do's and don't of EBay'ing. He has found it to be a very useful tool for shopping and cleaning out the attic.

  • Christmas Parties Planned
  • Sailing Singles will be holding their Party on Saturday December 11, 2004 at the Dearborn Country Club.Click here for information.

    Somerset Singles Ski and Golf will be holding thiers on Friday December 17, 2004 at the Ameican Polish- Centurt Club.Click here for more information

  • Information about This Newsletter
  • This newsletter acts as a reminder for scheduled events and is not the official publication of any of the organizations mentioned. You can keep informed between newsletters by visiting the Quick Links Section of this newsletter.

    We try to publish each Monday and would like to confine the content to events for the week. However certain events are of a charitable nature and are not published elswhere. If you only receive this newsletter occasionaly it is because each newsletter is aimed to certain interest groups. If you want to receive it regularly go to the link at the bottom of this letter to change your profile.

    We would like to get your feedback. Please contact us using the email address below.

    Use the link to our privacy policy. We do not want to be considered spam and you can use the link below to adjust your profile so that we can target our emails.

  • Larry Chenault Update
  • Update from Dick Gala. Use the link below to get to the update

    This is where you can get to the update...
    editor@peggyjostudio.net peggyjo@peggyjostudio.net