Our annual picnic will be on June 24 at the Church. The charge will be $10.00 per
All are welcome, and the members of all groups in the area will be invited.
The chapter will provide the burgers, hot dogs, potato salad, soda, coffee,
condiments, chips and dips. Anyone who wishes to may bring food. Cover dishes
and deserts would be a good idea unless you wish to bring a roast turkey,
shrimp, or something of that type.
ALCOHOL is NOT PERMITTED.
Wives, children, and friends will be welcome, but we will have to charge for them.
Yes, I said Christmas. I have contacted the Hotel and
reserved Dec. 9 for this year's party. Mark the date on your calendar and
think of what you are going to tell anyone who asks what that date is marked for.
WE WILL REQUIRE RESERVATIONS and be limited to about 25 guests.
Dinner and a Movie
The next five Saturdays month is July. If you are interested, contact Pat.
CHI DELTA MU
Our sister to the north had its June meeting on June 10. It was well attended
and they have decided not to meet at the hotel in July and August.
IN PLACE OF THEIR REGULAR MEETINGS, July and August will be a gathering at
Cynthia's home and a social outing of some type. Contact CDM for details.
Girls Night Out
Alice is continuing the "Girls Night Out". Anyone wishing information about
future NIGHT OUT events and dates should contact Alice.
Weekend in Pennsylvania
Anyone wishing to spend a weekend with Alice in Pennsylvania contact Alice.
A NOTE FROM PAT.
A friend of mine told me that some member of the community have commented that
my wife's Alzheimer's condition might not be as bad if I had started bringing
her to meeting earlier. At first I just dismissed the comment, however, after
much thinking, I feel that I must address a misconception that the comment expresses.
No husband ever has the right to make his wife go anywhere. My wife has known about
every meeting I ever went to, from the very first. Some of her early comments are
still in my mind.
I have invited my wife to come on many occasions, but until her condition reached
the point that she tries to follow me everywhere, even to work, I did not bring her
to meetings. When in became a burden on her to stay awake late enough, and some
other health problems created situations that might be uncomfortable for others, I
stopped bringing her. If any member has ever considered forcing a wife to come to
a meeting, I suggest they speak to one of the couples that attend the meeting about
Still Looking for Help with the newsletter
If anyone has anything for the newsletter, please send it to me. Events, jokes,
ideas, whatever you have.
If you have any experience that you would like to share or an idea you would like
to pass around. We might include a list of places to go and things to do.
A Bit Nostalgic
Peter met Sharon in a nightclub. They enjoyed each other's company very much and
at the end of the evening Sharon invited Peter to her place, where they quickly
got involved in a very passionate and energetic session in bed together.
Finally, tired and satisfied, they both lay back in the bed and snuggled up close
to each other.
After a short while, Sharon began tenderly stroking Peter's manhood. Surprised but
appreciative, Peter comments, "Surely you can't be ready for more already?"
Sharon replies, "No, but every now and then I get a bit nostalgic, and I miss the
days when I had mine.