It takes more work than most people may think to put together a quality video production. At this Thursday’s 6:15 p.m. dinner meeting we will be filled in on what went on behind the scenes during the “Making of the Polio History Video” that made its debut at the recent District 7190 Conference in Lake George.
The dinner menu is Quigley’s popular Chicken Parmesan with antipasto salad, chef’s choice of sides, bread, dessert, and beverages. As always, the cash bar will be open before, during and after diner.
If your name is not on the reservation list and you wish to attend, or if your plans have changed, please email dinner coordinator Debbie Brown (email@example.com) no later than Tuesday evening. (Note: Please remember, if you have made a reservation at any meeting but wound up not attending, we still need your payment. The club has to pay Quigley’s for each reserved seat whether you show up or not.)
Here is who we have so far:
The CASDA people
P.S. We are nearing the end of our September-June regular meetings at Quigley’s, and will mark our transition to the “Summer Casual” schedule with the annual”Presidential Changeover” dinner. It again will be hosted by Peter and Debbie Brown, at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 29, at their Castleton estate. Please, when the sign-up sheet comes around the table, indicate on it whether you are bringing a guest — or 2, or 3, or more! An accurate headcount is imperative.
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