Archive for August, 2010

this year’s is over

August 24, 2010

While we’re waiting for photos, here’s a note from Laura

Hello Everyone,
A fine time was had be all – and once again I would like to thank everyone who contributed food and their time.
Special mentions to:
Sue and Dan for bringing big tables and chairs that we used in the house when it was raining and her famous noodle salad.
Pat for bringing extra folding chairs which came in handy, and the delicious cake and veggy trays.
And a BIG THANK YOU to Lynda for coming the day before to set up and for bringing all her folding tables and chairs – that we used when it finally stopped raining- as well as her faboulous pasta and corn.  Linda and Rick also came on Sunday to help take everything down.
Also Lisa (Marleen’s daughter) was a big help in the kitchen- as was Marleen, Renee, Addy and Aunt Mel.
If I have missed anyone please do not take offence- it was an enjoyable but busy day for me.
I have  the interviews etc that Pat took-  on  a CD- unfortunately they have to run on a computer.  I will be making copies and sending one to each family.
ALSO- THE FOLLOWING THINGS WERE LEFT AT THE HOUSE A BLACK AND RED UMBRELLA- THE SAYS AMERICAN RED CROSS A TIMAX WATCH THAT WAS LEFT BY THE EDGE OF POOL AND A CORK SCREW and KNIFE THAT SAYS A&A Metal Cleaning and Stripping
Not that I minded having it at my house- but things were a little  too cozy in the house when it was raining and I was embarrassed that the men all were in our very messy garage.
So…in the hope that everyone will come next year- first, second and third
generations- we definetly need to plan for a bigger location for next year.
At the party- Linda mentioned that the Malden Community Centre has a hall with a kitchen as well as an outdoor pravillion.  A liqueur license can be obtained for 10 hours for the small fee of $50.00.
Hot dogs and hamburgers can be supplied for a fee of $10.00 per family.
Linda said there is a basket ball court and other such things as well.
Linda is going to look into dates and they will be posted.
So plan on coming and spread the word.

Hello Everyone,
A fine time was had be all – and once again I would like to thank everyone who contributed food and their time.Special mentions to:Sue and Dan for bringing big tables and chairs that we used in the house when it was raining and her famous noodle salad.Pat for bringing extra folding chairs which came in handy, and the delicious cake and veggy trays.And a BIG THANK YOU to Lynda for coming the day before to set up and for bringing all her folding tables and chairs – that we used when it finally stopped raining- as well as her faboulous pasta and corn.  Linda and Rick also came on Sunday to help take everything down.Also Lisa (Marleen’s daughter) was a big help in the kitchen- as was Marleen, Renee, Addy and Aunt Mel.If I have missed anyone please do not take offence- it was an enjoyable but busy day for me.
I have  the interviews etc that Pat took-  on  a CD- unfortunately they have to run on a computer.  I will be making copies and sending one to each family.
ALSO- THE FOLLOWING THINGS WERE LEFT AT THE HOUSE A BLACK AND RED UMBRELLA- THE SAYS AMERICAN RED CROSS A TIMAX WATCH THAT WAS LEFT BY THE EDGE OF POOL AND A CORK SCREW and KNIFE THAT SAYS A&A Metal Cleaning and Stripping
Not that I minded having it at my house- but things were a little  too cozy in the house when it was raining and I was embarrassed that the men all were in our very messy garage.So…in the hope that everyone will come next year- first, second and thirdgenerations- we definetly need to plan for a bigger location for next year.
At the party- Linda mentioned that the Malden Community Centre has a hall with a kitchen as well as an outdoor pravillion.  A liqueur license can be obtained for 10 hours for the small fee of $50.00.Hot dogs and hamburgers can be supplied for a fee of $10.00 per family. Linda said there is a basket ball court and other such things as well. Linda is going to look into dates and they will be posted.
So plan on coming and spread the word.

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