|WHEN NEXT WE MEET:
Sunday, September 19, 1999
Ruritan Club, Witchduck Road
3:00 Doors open and set up
4:00 Happy Hour and Club fellowship
5:00 Opening club songs and table grace
7:00-7:30 Cleanup and doors closed.
3:00 Doors open for set up.
4:00 Please bring side dishes and desserts.
5:00 We will be singing Du Gamla, Du Fria
and America the Beautiful and saying our table
5:30 For the Sing Along we will depend on Ted
Johnson for our practice of the Sorgasbord
specials. The featured dinner dishes are Lamm
med Dillsas, a lamb stew with delicious Swedish
gravy, and potatiskorv, a Swedish sausage
if someone is able to make it or buy. Marilyn
Melendy has some tips on the sausage. Please
bring appropriate vegetables, desserts and breads
and any other meat.
5:40 The business meeting will be a report to
from the Alise Dillworth committee on the travel
award. Ted Johnson will report on buying
name badges. For the fun part, Ted Johnson will
lead us in singing Swedish and American songs,
and If time remains I will give a brief review of a
selection from the book, A Community
Transplanted, which is about immigration from
Orsa to the American Middle West in the last
6:45 The raffle will be held. We much
appreciate the contributions and the
participation of the members in this raffle.
|DIRECTIONS TO OUR MEETINGS
If coming from the peninsula, take I-64 across the
Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel, follow 64 to 264
East. Follow 264 to the Witchduck Road exit,
after exiting, turn left onto Witchduck Road.
About 1/4 to ½ mile is Ruritan Drive (fire station
light is there). Turn left on Ruritan, go the end of
the street, building is on the left.
President - Leland Peterson 489-7061
Vice President - Alise Dilworth
Secretary - Georgie Unser
Treasurer - Don Lundquist
Newletter Editor - Nellie Leonardson
Web Master-Larry Leonardson 721-6827
OUR ADDRESS ON THE WEB:
The children will be making ceramic
jack-o-lantern bags as well as learning the stages
of making ceramics. Because we will be working
with paints as well as ceramic slip, better know as
mud, please dress your children accordingly.
Remember that in October we will be starting on
our Christmas ornaments. We will be using glue,
paint, and anything else Nellie can get her hands
on. If you have any oyster shells or small gauge
wire, we would appreciate your donation.