Have you RSVP’d for Thursday’s picnic?

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The illustration above shows what our our “Summer Casual” schedule looks like for July and August. If you plan to participate in any of the family-oriented events, please be sure to let the event organizers know of your plans ASAP so appropriate accommodations can be made for food, beverages, and/or tickets.

This coming Thursday, for example, Dick and Mary Drumm are hosting a summer country picnic at their Valatie residence. Everyone has been sent directions and contact information, so if you have not yet let Mary know you’ll be attending — and how many people will be in your group — don’t forget to do so no later than this Tuesday evening. And, please bring a small appetizer or dessert item to share.

As far as other cookouts and/or pool parties, Murray and Maggie Forth will be hosting at their residence on July 20, Roberto Martinez will be hosting at his residence on August 3, Jim and Andy Leyhane will be hosting at Jim’s abode on August 10, and Ray Hannan will be hosting at Eastwyck Village on August 24.

As to field trips, Debbie Brown is asking people to make reservations through her for the August 17 performance of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” at the Mac Haydn Theatre in Chatham. And, Terry Brewer is handling tickets for the July 27 ValleyCats baseball game and pavilion picnic at Bruno Stadium (it’s “Rotary Night” again this year for all 7190 clubs). No unreserved tickets will be provided at the gate. See Terry ASAP if you have not yet reserved your tickets ($26 each).

We will have no club activity on August 31, but will resume our weekly dinner meetings at Quigley’s restaurant in East Greenbush on Thursday, September 7.


 

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