This week’s frigid temperatures seem to confirm Punxsutawney Phil’s Groundhog Day prediction of six more weeks of winter, but at least the National Weather Service is forecasting no snow on Thursday.
That’s a good thing because we have an interesting dinner meeting scheduled for 6:15 p.m. at Quigley’s. In addition to meeting Olivia Sterantino, a Maple Hill High School student who is lining up a short-term Rotary Youth Exchange adventure, we will hear Kelly Walborn, a three-time cancer survivor, speak on “Depths to Surviving, Thriving, and Paying it Forward,” courtesy of Monika Annis.
We’ll get our winter culinary fortification with a menu featuring beef tips in mushroom gravy, antipasto salad, chef’s choice of side dishes, bread, dessert, and beverages. As always, the cash bar is available.
Please help dinner coordinator Debbie Brown plan for sufficient food and seating by letting her know no later than Tuesday evening if you plan to attend, and if you plan to bring a guest. Her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here’s who already has signed up:
Olivia Sterantino (guest)
Mrs. Sterantino (Olivia’s mother)
Kelly Walborn (guest)