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Issue # 221 December 31, 2007

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Hi Everyone,

Well, it’s time to be thinking about New Year’s resolutions and how to make 2008 the best year ever. To help focus your thinking, here’s a passage that I think deserves attention from Joel Osteen's book,
Your Best Life Now:

"How we treat other people can have a great impact on the degree of blessings and favor of God we are experiencing in our lives. Are you good to people? Are you kind and considerate? Do you speak and act with love in your heart and regard other people as valuable and special? Friend, you can't treat people poorly and expect to be blessed. You can't be rude and inconsiderate and expect to live in victory."

Well, I have tried to uphold those principles. But, you know how it is interacting with others, sometimes things don't go as smoothly as we would hope. Nevertheless, my aim in this new year is to always try to apply what Joel Osteen wrote.

As it says in I Thessalonians 5:15: "See that none of you repays another evil for evil, but always aim to show kindness and seek to do good to one another and to everybody."

New Year's Resolutions You Can Keep

From Johns Hopkins University :
One of the secrets to success in any long-term project is maintaining your motivation, which can be harder if you try to make too many improvements all at once.
If you are making resolutions for the coming year, I suggest you start with only one or two. But then come back and revisit them periodically throughout the year to make sure you're continuing what you started, and to think about adding something else.
As you seek to improve your health during 2008, see which of these sound right for you:

  • Get a preventive health checkup. If you're healthy and under 40, once every five years might be fine. Over 40, I'd think about every one to two years. After 50, I suggest annual checkups.
  • Get your blood pressure checked. High blood pressure (hypertension) is one of those "silent" health problems that usually cause no symptoms at all. Left untreated for years, it can kill you.
  • Get your cholesterol checked. For a more thorough evaluation, you should ideally do this after fasting for at least six to eight hours. Like high blood pressure, high cholesterol is a silent killer.
  • Increase your physical activity. You don't have to call it exercise. Find something fun that makes your heart beat faster and makes you breathe harder.
  • Improve your eating habits. Eat fewer calories overall, especially cutting down on fat, sugar, and simple carbohydrates. Notice I didn't suggest a diet - this needs to be a permanent lifestyle change.
  • Lose a few extra pounds. You probably didn't gain 30 pounds (or more) in three months, so don't try to lose them that fast. Eat a little less, exercise a little more, and try to lose two pounds a month. After just the first year, you'll be 24 pounds lighter and feel a lot better.
  • Drink responsibly. Up to two alcoholic drinks per day is OK for most people. If you want or need more than that, or find yourself drinking every day, you may have a problem. And don't even think about driving if you've been drinking.
  • Avoid tobacco. If you smoke or chew, try to find the motivation to quit. There is a lot of help available when you're ready, but the best predictor of success is to really want to quit. If you've already quit, then congratulations - you should celebrate your improved health.
  • Respect firearms. If you have firearms in your home, think about safety measures. Are they loaded or unloaded? Are they locked? Where is the ammunition kept? Do you have children? Has everyone been trained to handle them safely? Could visitors (especially children) gain access to them?
  • Practice safe sex. Avoiding HIV, hepatitis, and other sexually transmitted infections is a lot easier than curing or controlling them.
  • Wear seatbelts. Whether as a driver or passenger, don't ride unrestrained.
  • Wear helmets. Riding a motorcycle or bicycle, rollerblading, skiing, skateboarding, snowboarding - anytime you're out in the open and moving fast - you are at risk of accidentally smashing your head into a solid object. Ouch!
  • Make your home safer. Install and maintain smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Check for high levels of radon.
  • Learn your family medical history. Holidays are often a good time to catch up with relatives. The more details you learn about their health, the more you'll know about problems that you may be at risk of developing.
  • Let's Continue The Campaign to Leave The Lights Up

    The holiday season comes and goes so quickly. It seems that, as soon as school starts in September and you blink, Christmas, Hanukkah, and the New Year are here and gone.

    We scurry around decorating our places putting up lights, electric candles, menorahs, and wreaths. Everything is twinkling.... and then, we try to get around to other neighborhoods to see how beautifully they have decorated. All of a sudden, before we know it, the holidays are over and now everyone is scurrying around to take everything down and put it away. BUT WHY?

    After all, the real winter season has just begun and we have months of long, dreary days to follow. What’s the hurry to take down these beautiful lights? OK, I understand, take down the Christmas and Hanukkah decorations. But leave up the twinkle lights! There is nothing more beautiful than seeing them shining through the snow. Think how much more inviting it will be to come home and see those little lights still aglow in the dark of winter.

    So, this year let's restart the campaign to keep those twinkle lights up long past New Years. It’s been proven that many people become severely depressed during the long, dark season. So, let’s rename them Winter Lights and worry about removing them when the days get longer and the sun is brighter and the depression has lifted.

    Peggy Jo


    Save the date:

    On Friday, January 25, 2008, Sax appeal will be appearing at Peabody's Restaurant in Birmingham from 8:00 PM till Midnight.

    " For I know the plans I have for you," says the LORD. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope."
    Jeremiah 29:11

    From our readers.

    Dear Peggy Jo,

    Thank you very much for the time you put in this newsletter. Gives me lots of helpful events to attend Have a Merry Christmas and a Very very good year.


    Dear Peggy Jo.

    what is the correct address to obtain the dance schedule?
    thank you, claire


    Dear C.B.

    We assume you meant this newsletter which, we hope, is more than just a dance list. We have placed your email address in our database and you will start to receive the newsletter every Monday morning.

    Peggy Jo

    Dear Peggy Jo,

    Can you tell me if you have any upcoming trip say around March or April somewhere like Mexico or the Caribbean? 


    I forwarded your email to John Faitel, buty his trip this year is filled up. By putting your message in the newsletter, one of our 6,900 readers might be able to supply the information.

    Peggy Jo

    Dear Peggy Jo,

    Google has implemented a new feature which enables you to type a telephone number into the search bar and hit enter and you will be given the person's name and address. If you then hit Map, you will get a map to the person's house. Everyone should be aware of this!  It's a nationwide reverse telephone book.  

    If a child gives out his/her phone number, someone can now look it up to find out where he/she lives. The safety issues are obvious, and alarming.

    Note that you can have your phone number removed or blocked. I tried my number and it came up along with the mapquest and directions straight to our house. I did fill out the removal form for myself, and encourage all of you to do the same. Quite scary.

    Please look up your own number.
    In order to test whether your phone number is mapped, go to: google ( Type your phone  number in the search bar (i.e. 555-555-1212) and hit enter. If you want to BLOCK Google from divulging your private information, simply click on your telephone number and then click on the Removal Form. Removal takes 48-hours.

    Check your own number and although this may not apply to you if you have an unlisted number or cell phone as primary contact, b u t you may know someone who needs to know this.

    Please share this information with friends and family.

    Phil's Fun Single Dances, LLC

    Dear Phil,

    This is not new. Google has provided this information for quite some time but the infoemation bears repeating.

    Peggy Jo


    Mon. Dec. 31 Events

    New Years Eve Party

    MON 2007-12-31

    New Year's Eve Party. Bring a dish to pass, your own beverages and $10.00. Leave no one behind.
    By popular demand, New Years Eve will also be a "White Elephant" party. Bring a wrapped gift you would like to get rid of. .

    Starts at 7:00 PM..

    Location: Gayle Shields. 2129 Tall Oaks, Troy, MI. 48098 .

    Bethany Suburban West

    MON 2007-12-31

    New Years Eve Party - Monday Dec 31st – Get your tickets early cost is $35.00 per person, this includes dinner beer, wine. For details call Judy M. (313) 389 4730, or Kathy M. (734) 513 9479. .

    Starts at 7:00 PM..

    Location: St. Robert Bellarmine Church Hall, Corner of West Chicago and Inkster Rd., Redford. Doors open at 8pm. Catered dinner at 9pm. Music by Dick Gerathy from 8:30pm 1am. ONLY 200 tickets will be sold! No tickets will be sold at the door

    Bethany East

    MON 2007-12-31

    Ring in the New Year with Bethany East!!! Plan to attend our New Year's Eve Dinner/Dance GREAT BUFFET---with beer, wine, pop, and coffee included. Tickets are $30 in advance (before December 20th) or $35 after that. Limited seating. Advance purchase strongly suggested DJ Mark Sartorius will help us rock, roll and dance our way into 2008. For information, Contact: Loretta (586) 274-0284 or Pat (586) 739-6885.

    From 8:00 PM to 1:00 AM..

    Location: Holy Ghost Orthodox Church Hall. 38500 Ryan Road, Warren, MI.

    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    MON 2007-12-31

    New Year Eve Party Dinner and Dance
    Join the Metropolitan Single Professionals Meet New Friends, Enjoy Dinner, Dance and Socialize Anytime from 8:00 PM to 1:30 AM. Arrive Early--- Come Late--- That's Great--- Celebrate.

    Doors open at 8:00 PM. Evening Includes
    Hot & Cold Hors d'oeuvre (8:30 PM), Deluxe Dinner Buffet (9:30 PM Till. Fresh Fruit & Sweet Dessert Table with a Chocolate Fountain, Midnight Champagne Toast, Late Night Breakfast (12:30am), Hats, Noise Makers, Party Favors, and Much More! There will be a Top 40 D.J., Cash Bar & Door Prizes. Attire is Holiday Dressy / Dressy Casual (No Blue Jeans, Blue Jean Skirts or Tennis Shoes). The Ballroom is Non-Smoking

    Admission is $35 in advance - Received by December 29 or $40 at the door - No checks or credit cards at the Door. MSPSC Info Line (248) 544-6445.

    RSVP in ADVANCE at Any Dance OR by Mailing your Check to MSP, P.O. Box 2022 Farmington Hills, Mi 48333 Please Include Name, Address E-Mail & Phone Number

    Starts at 8:00 PM..

    Location: Club Venetion Banquet Center. 29310 John R, Madison Heights, MI. 48071 Just north of 12 Mile Rd. .

    Fenton Area Singles

    MON 2007-12-31

    New Years Eve Party contact Dennis: 734-994-0373. .

    Starts at 8:00 PM. Price is $35.

    Location: Grand Blanc Country Club. 5270 Perry Road, Grand Blanc, MI. 48439

    New Years Eve Party

    MON 2007-12-31

    New Years Eve Party Contact Candace 248-736-9321 Cocktail Chic Attire Complimentary Shuttles between hotels and venue
    New 20,000 Square Foot Ballroom

    From 9:00 PM to 3:00 AM. Price is $125.

    Location: Diamond Center Ballroom. 46100 Grand River, Novi, MI. 48374 Web site is Rock Financial Showplace .

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    "Set up the Tabernacle on the first day of the new year."
    Exodus 40:2

    Wed. Jan. 2 Events

    Hugh NcLean Add

    Bethany East

    WED 2008-01-02

    Eat Out Paco's only accepts cash .

    Starts at 6:30 PM..

    Location: Paco's Mexican Restaurant. 300 Crocker Blvd., Mt Clemens, MI. Just west of Harper .

    Metropolitan Single Professionals

    WED 2008-01-02

    VOLLEYBALL - EVERY WEDNESDAY. LEAGUES & LESSONS -Sign-Up Today, We welcome new players. .

    Starts at 6:45 PM. Price is $6.

    Location: Bloomfield Hills Middle School. 4200 Quarton Rd. (16 Mile), Bloomfield , MI. Just West of Telegraph .

    Classical and Jazz Music Event

    WED 2008-01-02

    Spencer Barefield & Friends with Don Mayberry (bass) and Djallo Djakate (drums)Great jazz and soul food. Special guests each week. .

    Starts at 8:00 PM..

    Location: Baker's Keyboard Lounge. 20510 Livernois Detroit, Detroit, MI. 48221 Web site is .

    Royal Oak Computer Club

    WED 2008-01-02

    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

    Click here to keep your pet warmHappy new yearHappy New Year

    "Stand as tall as possible.Try pigeon toed with shoulders dropped and your derriere tucked under, then straighten your feet. You will look and feel ten years younger."
    Patricia Hill Burnett

    Thu. Jan. 3 Events

    Detroit Edison Ski Club

    THU 2008-01-03

    General membership meetings are open to all members and non-members. Meetings are held every second Thursday of the month at 6:00 p.m. For more information, visit

    Starts at 6:00 PM..

    Location: The Blarney Stone 27253 Woodward Royal Oak, MI (248) 541-1881

    Shelby Single Seniors

    THU 2008-01-03

    Singles Party $3.00, dancing, refreshments, and pleasant conversation. Dressy casual. .

    From 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM..

    Location: Shelby Township Senior Center. 51670 Van Dyke, Shelby Township, MI. 48316 .

    West Shore Sail Club

    THU 2008-01-03

    Membership Meeting Come early for Nick's Broasted Chicken

    Starts at 7:30 PM. Order off menu .

    Location: Mr. Nicks 1926 West Road Trenton, MI 734-671-0990 Additional parking behind the bank

    Single Place

    THU 2008-01-03

    Thursday Night Programs offer a variety of speakers, panels and entertainment. Social time is 7:30pm to 7:45 pm. Opening is 7:45pm to 8:00pm and program is 8:00PM to 9:00PM.

    Starts at 7:30 PM. Price is $5.

    Location: First Presbyterian Church. 200 East Main Street, Northville, MI. 248-349-0911.

    PWP- Rochester

    THU 2008-01-03

    Weekly Dance. Our very own TJ the DJ plays TOP 40 and Your requests.

    Starts at 7:00 PM. Member Price is $4 and guest price is $8.

    Location: Rivercrest,Avon Rd. between Rochester & Livernois.

    Click here to keep your pet warmHappy new yearHappy New Year

    Fri. Jan. 4 Events

    Detroit Institute of Arts Friday Night Programs

    FRI 2008-01-04

    First Fridays Music from a variety of cultures in the World Music series, artist demonstrations, drawing in the galleries for all ages, 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

    Motor City Theater Organ Society

    WE. 2008-01-04

    The Manchurian Candidate (1962 - Rated PG-13) Organ Concert prior to movie.

    Starts at 7:30 PM. Member Price is $4 and guest price is .

    Location: Redford Theatre. 17360 Lahser Rd, Detroit, MI. 48219 At Grand River Two blocks North of McNichols .

    Waterford Oaks Ballroom Dancers

    FRI 2008-01-04

    Singles and Couples.Ballroom Dancing. Ballroom attire. Fox Trot, Waltz,Swing, Cha-Cha, Rumba, Tango, Samba, Mambo, Polka, Viennese. Ballroom Lighting.Cabaret Setting. Coffe, Tea, Sweets, Door Prizes. Music from the 1940's to the present time.

    Starts at 8:00 PM. Price is $8.00.

    Location: Waterford Oaks Activity Center, 2800 Watkins Lake Road, Waterford, MI 48238. Automatic Information Line: 248-988-7169

    Folk Music & Dancing

    FRI 2008-01-04

    International Folk Dancing may be for you!
    Admission is $7.00 per person; Singles and couples are welcome. No age limit.

    > Light refreshments (non alcoholic) are available at no additional cost. Casual clothing and comfortable shoes are recommended. (Ladies, NO STILLETTO HEELS, Please!)

    Starts at 8:30 PM. Price is $7.

    Location: St James Catholic Church. 200 Hazelhurst, Ferndale, MI. 48202. Woodward And Hazelhurst.

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    Click here to keep your pet warmHappy new yearHappy New Year

    "I do not want the peace which passeth understanding, I want the understanding which bringeth peace."
    Helen Keller

    "Nothing is so strong as gentleness; Nothing so gentle as real Strength"
    St Francis de Sales

    Sun. Jan. 6 Events

    Amber House

    Sun 2008-01-06

    1st Sunday of the Month Dance Singles And Couples Swing, Hustle, Ballroom, Latin 3:00 Cha Cha Lesson with Bill Scheff 4:00 - 8:00 Dance

    Starts at 3:00 PM. Price is $8.

    Location: Amber House 7012 E 9 Mile Rd Warren, MI 586-754-3434 2 blocks west of Van Dyke

    Bethany East

    SUN 2008-01-06

    You can still join this fun-loving, every-other-Sunday league. Also, subs may be needed. Contacts: Bob (586) 468-0223 or Larry (586) 778-2974. .

    Starts at 6:30 PM..

    Location: Shore Lanes. MI. 13 Mile and Harper.

    GM Ski Club

    SUN 2008-01-06

    Meet at Anton's Island Grille for breakfast. Anton's is where life is about the THRILL O' THE GRILL. For a great breakfast and fun with friends, c'mon out and join us and be sure and bring a friend.

    Starts at 10:00 AM..

    Location: Antons Island Grille , Northwest corner of Big Beaver (16 Mile Rd) and Dequindre

    Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    Wkn 2008-01-06

    2 nites lodging, 2 breakfasts, 1 dinner, 2 day lift ticket, ski in-ski out. Wine and cheese party. Tell your friends about it. Contact : Alice 810-953-0113.

    Starts at 7:00 PM. Member Price is $230.00 and guest price is $260.00.

    Location: Boyne Highlands. Harbor Spings, MI. Drive up and Ski. Sunday - Tuesday. .

    Click here to keep your pet warmHappy new yearHappy New Year

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    Future Events

    Royal Oak Women's Club

    MON 2008-01-07

    The Royal Oak Woman's Club will hold its first meeting of the new year. It will begin with lunch served by Group 4 at noon, followed by a brief business meeting at l2:45 pm, which in turn will be followed by a program entitled "Start the Year Off Organized" featuring member Linda Daly, who is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers, and a 15 year employee of California Closets. She will speak about organizing different areas of the home, closets, junk mail, etc. and will teach the best approach to take to organize things, including how to part with old loved items.
    The Woman's Club is a service club which welcomes new members and invites any interested woman to visit a meeting and see if this organization is something she would be interested in being a part of. There are no residency requirements. For information and to make a reservation, please call Geri at 248-288-1441.

    Starts at 7:00 PM..

    Location: Royal Oak Women's Club. 404 S. Pleasant Street, Royal Oak, MI. 48067

    Detroit Regional Yacht-racing Association

    WED 2008-01-09

    The Joy of SailingBegin to understand the relationship between sailors, their boats, the wind and the water by kicking off the FREE winter sailing seminar season and join us at the Grosse Pointe Yacht Club (GPYC) on Wednesday, January 09 at 7:00 pm, as various sailing enthusiasts capture the spirit of sailing for all ages and experience levels. These sailing enthusiasts will discuss their love of sailing from their unique and different perspectives: cruising, racing, and crewing. We all have our reasons for our passionate involvement and we'd like to share these with you! The Grosse Pointe Yacht Club is located just south of Vernier Road at 788 Lakeshore Drive in Grosse Pointe Shores, Michigan. The office telephone is (313) 884.2500. Also, members of the DRYA clubs will be on hand to discuss their club membership and their racing and sailing instruction programs.
    The DRYA seminars are developed with the novice and recreational sailor in mind. These weekly Wednesday night seminars are designed to introduce the sport of sailing to non-sailors and to broaden the knowledge of newer sailors. They are FREE and open to the public. One need not belong to a club or the DRYA to attend. All seminars start at 7:00pm. These seminars are an excellent way to meet boat owners, crew members, and other people interested in sailing & racing

    Starts at 7:00 PM. Price is Free.

    Location: Grosse Pointe Yacht Club. 788 Lake Shore Road, Grosse Pointe Shores, MI. 48236 Web site is

    Ann Arbor Ski Club

    SAT 2008-01-12

    Early Mardi Gras Cash bar, catered dinner and desserts. Dressy attire (masks provided). Before December 17th, the cost is $46 for non-members / $42 for members. Live music by Hidden Agenda Band. No tickets will be sold at the door, so please send checks (payable to Ann Arbor Ski Club) by January 3rd to Elena O’Connor at 9626 Sawgrass Court, Belleville, MI 48111. For additional information, email

    From 6:30 PM to 12:30 AM..

    Location: Knights of Columbus (Dexter). 8265 Dexter-Chelsea, Dexter, MI. .

    Kirk Singles

    SAT 2008-01-12

    Forget those winter blues, get out your dancing shoes, meet old friends and make new friends at our Winter Kickoff Dance! Deejay Steve Floyd will be spinning your favorites, snacks and soft drinks provided. . Contact :

    From 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM. Price is $10.

    Location: Refectory, Kirk in the Hills Church. 1340 W. Long Lake Rd., Bloomfield Hills, MI. 48302 Church is on the north side of Long Lake Rd., west of Telegraph Rd. Park in the west parking lot, enter on the west end near the back to reach the Refectory. .

    Adoption Associates, Inc.

    TUE 2008-01-15

    Adoption Associates, Inc., a statewide non-profit agency, is hosting a domestic infant and international (China, Russia, Ethiopia, Nepal, Kazakhstan, Haiti and Ukraine) adoption information meeting. Come and learn about the adoption process in depth and the child that is waiting for you! Call Beth Barnes at 248.474.0990 for more information and to RSVP.

    Starts at 7:00 PM..

    Location: Adoption Associates, Inc. 26105 Orchard Lake Road, Farmington Hills, MI. 48334 Email address is .

    Classical and Jazz Music Event

    SUN 2008-01-20

    Get the information here

    Starts at 6:00 PM..

    Location: First Baptist Church 300 Willis Birmingham, MI one block north of Maple Road (15 Mile Road), between Old Woodward Avenue and Southfield Road in downtown Birmingham, at the corner of Willits and Bates Streets.

    Good Music Event

    FRI 2008-01-25

    Sax Appeal will be at Peabodys restaurant In Birmingham on January 25th, 2008 from 8:00 p.m. To 12 midnight. .

    From 8:00 PM to 12:00 AM. Price is cash Bar/menu.

    Location: Peabody's Restaurant. 34965 Woodward, Birmingham , MI. 48009 .

    Charity Event

    SAT 2008-01-26

    An Evening with the Stars Featuring the Sterling Heights Lions Singers for tickets contact Bob Varto 248-879-0415 or Ron Popa 586-226-9066 .

    From 6:00 PM to 10:30 PM. Price is $15.

    Location: Lions Club Sterling Heights. 12828 Canal, Sterling Heights, MI. Between Van Dyke and Schoenner .

    Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    Wee 2008-02-04

    2 nts lodging, 2 breakfast, 1 dinner, wine and cheese party. Purchase own lift tickets - Seniors 50+ Tues, Wed, $15.00 each day.. ID required. . Contact : Alice 810-953-0113.

    Starts at . Member Price is $120 and guest price is $150.

    Location: Caberfae-McGuires Resort . Cadillac, MI. Drive & Ski (Bring your x-country skis.) This is for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday..

    Michigan Swing Dance Association

    FRI 2008-02-08

    The 18th Annual Charity Dance to Benefit FirstStepFeaturing Steve King & The Dittilies. Special Guest Appearances by: Miss Michigan and Celebrity Impersonators
    * Casino Night 7:30pm - 12:00am
    * Complimentary hot & cold hor d'oeuvres, 7:30pm - 9:00pm
    * Pizza served later in the evening
    * Door prizes & Raffle
    * Cash Bar
    This is a very worthy cause and is funded in part by this great dance party. There is a casino on premises and there are an incredible number of very expensive door prizes to be given away

    FirstStep is a shelter which houses and assists the victims of domestic violence. These families often flee their homes with only the clothes on their backs. FirstStep gives them a safe place in which to recover, along with counseling services for the entire family. This is a valuable service which relies, in great part, upon donations from people like us. This dance has helped provide these services over the years, but the need has not diminished

    If you would like to attend, please let me know ASAP so that we can reserve tables right up front near the band. $40 per person. I'll need to collect the money in advance and send it to them to reserve the seats. I'll have order forms at the monthly dances or you can send checks to me at:
    PO Box 1125
    Walled Lake, MI 48390

    From 7:30 PM to 12:00 AM. Price is $45.

    Location: Burton Manor & Conference Center. 27777 Schoolcraft, Livonia, MI. .

    Somerset Ski & Golf Club

    Wee 2008-02-27

    Steamboat Springs. CO. Prices may vary due to the skier over 70 who will purchase their own discounted lift ticket at window at $33.00 each day with photo proof of age. . Includes lodging, airfare, 5 of 6 day lift ticket, welcome party, all gratuitie

    Starts at . Member Price is $1105.00 (under 70) and guest price is $1135 (under 70).

    Location: Steamboat Springs. CO. Prices may vary due to the skier over 70 who will purchase their own discounted lift ticket at window at $33.00 each day with photo proof of age.