The George Dickel Red Cup Society

April Newsletter 2009

 

Our April Meeting

 

The entrée this meeting was “Poke Chops”. When this bunch finished their meal, it looked like a Dinosaur dig!
Literally bones laying everywhere. Man was it ever good! Tim prepared his special Chocolate
Éclair desert. It didn’t last long either!

 

         

 

Troy had bought a new toy. Everybody took turns on his new bike. Billy & Dano had brought Kenny a
Powderhorn bottle as a gift. Good couple of guys. With thanks, Kenny had them sign the bottle, and it was put
 away in a special place. Not a lot of meeting items to talk about, but we did make our contributions to our “Kitty.”

 

           

 

Earlier This Month

 

A group of us took the bikes and headed south. Never had been to Stone Mountain, GA. So, “Why Not”! It was a short visit, but
now we can say we did it! We dropped in on our friends in
Atlanta, Doug & Lori. We had a few drinks, a buncha laughs,
and had dinner at one of our favorite spots. Always enjoy their company.

 

         

 

From there, it was on to Fort Payne, AL, then on to Tullahoma, where we dropped in on our friends Taylor, Rhonda & the family.
We met them at the distillery to take a look at the Sugar Maple Tree that was planted for the George Dickel Red Cup Society,
 overlooking the distillery. We thank Taylor & Rhonda again for their work! We also thank Rhonda for the movie she had prepared
of the tree planting! It’s in the Archives!

 

      

 

After that, we rolled on to Nashville. A quick shower, and a bite to eat, and headed to downtown Nashville.
Got a pic of all the famous spots.  Had a great time!

 

    

 

We call April a success.

 Looks like next month’s meeting is at Kenny’s


GDRCS Birthdays for April - Not Gettin Older, Just Better!

The Red Cup Society would like to say “Happy Birthday” to our Tennessee Friend, Taylor on the 24th.
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“The George Dickel Red Cup Society”

 

Good Friends….  Good Times…  Good Whisky

 

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