2007 Holiday Dinner
This annual event will be held this year on Tuesday,
the Polish American Club on Dan Street. We will gather at 6:00 p.m. for
and visiting, with dinner at 7:00. This is intended as an adult event,
licensed kids are of course included.
Our menu choices are:
Meals include salad, French fries, dressing, noodle dish, green
and butter, ice cream cup, and coffee or hot tea. Tax and tip are
8 oz STRIP
If you choose any steak you must tell me how you want it cooked.
Note: Prices are unchanged for all items this year.
No changes the night of the event.
Reservations must be made in advance!
Send your choice and
by December 11th to Bob McFadden (K8RJM), 3360
OH 44221-1030.You can of course turn in your choice and payment to Bob
at any of
the upcoming meetings. If you are paying by check, please
to: Robert McFadden. A form you can print
is available by
clicking here: 2007 Holiday Dinner
For more information you can contact Bob at 330-923-2809
reservations as early as possible.
This year's program will be
presented by Greg Latta, AA8V. This year
he will be doing a selection of music that includes not only his usual
eclectic repertoire but also some Christmas music and some
sing-a-longs. He will be playing some new instruments, the Autoharp and
the Ocarin, as well as the instruments he has played for us in the past.
Greg is a singer, songwriter and award-winning
performer on the hammered dulcimer, Irish bouzouki, cittern, harmonica,
Appalachian dulcimer, and the concertina. He is a three time winner of
the Mid-Eastern hammered dulcimer championships and has twice been a
runner up in the National Hammered Dulcimer Championships held at
Winfield, Kansas. Greg performs an eclectic mix of Irish, traditional
and contemporary folk, Broadway, bluegrass and original music. He is a
finger style guitar player who has played guitar nearly his entire
life. He plays both 6 and 12 string guitars and is also an award
winning banjo player. His banjo style is a combination of traditional
bluegrass, old timey, melodic, and contemporary styles. He has even
been known to let a Beatles tune or two slip out on the banjo.
Don't forget to visit Greg's amatuer radio web pages at: http://faculty.frostburg.edu/phys/latta/ee/ee.html
From the North: Take the Route 8 Expressway
south to the Tallmadge Avenue exit. Turn left on Tallmadge then turn
right on Dan Street (first street past the expressway). Continue
through the Glenwood Avenue intersection and turn right at Polish
American Club sign.
From the South: Take the Route 8 Expressway north to the Glenwood
Avenue exit. Turn right on Glenwood Avenue then right again at Dan
Street (first street). Turn right at Polish American Club sign.